|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 6.2 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||MM200|
|Batteries||1 9V batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 year warranty from the date of purchase.|
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However, if you aren't using this multimeter in a industrial situation, this Meter is great. Not only are the banana jack's shrouded (VERY important, not only for safety reasons, but also for the lead itself, but the LCD count is 4000. I'll admit, any company can make shrouded banana jacks (whether or not they have CAT protection is a whole another story) but the high LCD count is something not seen in most $50 dollar Multimeters and sometimes even $100 plus Mulitmeters only have a count of 2000 sometimes.
Another nice feature are the probes them self to this Multimeter. Although Fluke does make some rather impressive test leads, few look as solid as this test lead. Although they only have CAT III protection and can only support up to 10 amps, the probes are not sharp, but look like quality metal as well. In addition, not only are the test leads very comfortable to use, but they also have finger guards as well. That is yet another safety feature which is quite a plus.
The cables to the test lead are labeled and while they are only 22 AWG wire, the wire itself looks fairly well made and is labeled in several places.Read more ›
The meter also comes with a thermocouple for reading temperatures. I don't have all that much use for the temperature probe, but I will use it when I need to verify that my oven is working properly.
The only thing I don't like about the MM200 is that the probes do not have clip attachments. I would have liked to be able to clip one lead onto a ground or neutral bus while making line voltage measurements. I do not like the idea of using both hands on live equipment.
This is a minor inconvenience though, since you can exchange the probes with any you choose (they are a standard plug/jack), or just use a short jumper with clips at each end to attach to the neutral bus (never use the clips to attach to the line/hot side, unless you do so while that bus is not powered up).
Overall, a great little DMM from a brand you can trust, for a great price.
First meter, the temp function did not work. I rarely had a use for that, so I stuck with the unit. Eventually it just stopped working. I put a new battery in and it still didn't work. I then assumed a fuse was blown. The manual describes how to change the battery/fuse but does not show how to actually access the fuse, only the battery. I discovered the entire orange outer housing has to be removed to access the inside of the unit to change the fuse. The unit has two fuses. One can be replaced, the other is actually soldered onto the terminals. I went to Klein's website to order the fuse(s). Their website no longer offers them for sale! I searched online for the hard to find fuse and ordered a replacement. When I put the new fuse in the multimeter it still did not work.
Multimeter #2. For some reason I hadn't learned my lesson. I purchased another mm200 thinking I'd at least have some spare parts from the first one if the new one ever failed. Got the new mm200 turned it on and discovered immediately the backlight function did not work. Ok, I can live with that. Next I tried the temp function since it didn't work on the first unit. It worked great! Happy with that I tried a dc volt test on some batteries including brand new ones. The volt meter was going crazy! Just flashing random numbers. Same with the continuity test, resistance, diode, and capacitor tests. I replaced the 9v battery in the unit to see if that might make a difference - no it did not.
Needless to say I returned the defective meter and will purchase another brand. I am through with Klein. They don't support their products anymore. And you can't get oem replacement parts for them as well. At least not from Klein.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After using a Fluke 115 for many years, this one felt a little cheap. It did not have that weight that makes it feel like a good tool. It was ok, but not a keeper for me. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Heathkit
Good meter but mine has issues. The AC voltage and OHM readout floats wildly when disconnected. Hurts my confidence in the meter...Published 23 days ago by Edmund H. Machen
This is a nice meter in this price range with many useful functions. I recently had an issue with the "Temp" function that had stopper working. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Flashback