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Klein Tools MM200 Auto Ranging Multimeter

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  • Auto ranging voltage
  • Backlit display
  • Measures AC/DC Voltage - 600V.
  • Measures AC/DC Current - 10 Amp
  • Measures capacitance, temperature and frequency
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Technical Details
Part Number MM200
Item Weight14.4 ounces
Product Dimensions9.4 x 6.2 x 3 inches
Item model numberMM200
Batteries:1 9V batteries required. (included)
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description2 year warranty from the date of purchase.
  
Additional Information
ASINB003LCITWA
Best Sellers Rank #2,649 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 21, 2009
  
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From the Manufacturer

The Klein MM200 is an auto-ranging multimeter. It measures AC / DC voltage, AC / DC current, resistance, capacitance, temperature, and frequency. It can also test diodes and continuity. Klein tools electrical testers are loaded with the latest innovative time saving features. They are designed by electrcians for electricians.

Product Description

KLEIN" AUTO RANGING MULTI-METER * Backlit display * Auto ranging voltage * Measures AC/DC voltage- 600V * Measures AC/DC current- 10A * Measures capacitance, temperature and frequency

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Customer Reviews

It does not measure dc current anymore.
Sal S
I am going to be very blunt here from the get go, if your looking for a great Multimeter, this is the one to buy.
Scotford
This is a great tool and very easy to use and read.
P. Williams

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63 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Frank Wassner on January 24, 2011
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I had to replace my old Radio Shack DMM, which became intermittent. I decided I couldn't afford the Fluke models, so I found this Klein Tools MM200. For the most part, I love it. It's small size fits easily in any hand, fast (not like the Radio Shack that seemed to take forever to take a reading), and I have always trusted the Klein brand.
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.
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90 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Scotford on October 25, 2011
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I am going to be very blunt here from the get go, if your looking for a great Multimeter, this is the one to buy. However, if your looking for a Multimeter for use in a industrial purpose (I.E used by a electrician, HVAC Tech, etc) I am not sure I'd recommend this product for that use. But not because it's low quality (it's actually surprisingly well made despite not being made in USA), its because it can't measure past 600 volts and because of that fact, the Meter itself doesn't have CAT IV protection.

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.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By TheShadow on September 1, 2012
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I bought this to use in my job as a building maintenance engineer and it replaced a Fluke. I chose this one mainly because it has a back lit display. The light makes it easy to see the display in dark attics or inside machine cabinets. Klein is a company that manufactures tools for the professional electricians trade. This meter would not be a good choice for electricians or anyone working in the industrial trades. There is no built in protection for the ohms scale in the advent that you forgot to change the scale when going back to voltage. Applying power to ohms will blow this little meter. Been there done that.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Brendon Mize on April 17, 2012
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For the money, this is the best multimeter I have ever bought and used. It is light, but holds firm in your hands. It is also a Klein, so that speaks dozens of words without even having to say them. When you use the stand in the back it isn't flimsy like a Fluke. I also dropped this off a rooftop once, two stories down into a parking lot. After cursing myself, I went down and got it - it still works. I took it to a local electronics shop to check it's calibration and it is still good to go. The fall didn't phase it. I wouldn't make that a habit, but try that with your Fluke or Fieldpiece - especially at their prices. Just wish it had a built-in amp clamp.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T. Kraft on October 11, 2012
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I got this to replace a Radio Shack one that vanished somewhere along the line. This one is the same price but includes temperature, hold, and a light that the RS one did not. It also has an auto-off feature which is nice if you forget to set the switch off. The fold-out stand on the back is a nice touch also. Recommended.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By bobble on January 20, 2012
This is my second MM. My first was a manual ranging meter, it worked well but it didn't have many features. That one cost me $10.

The Klein MM200 is very nice. The capacitance function is great to have, now I can test all the parts that I order to make sure they're the correct value. The autoranging feature is nice, and on this MM it's actually not too slow. I was afraid of getting an autoranging meter because I had heard bad reviews about cheap ones saying they took forever to find the range and value. I use the continuity feature a lot while testing/troubleshooting, it's much better than on my original MM.
The probes that come with this meter are very nice. I definitely feel safe poking around inside tube amplifiers with those probes. They're well built, feel sturdy, and look pretty cool. The covers that came for the probes are nice but I don't use them unless I'm packing up the MM for a while.

The only issue with mine is the backlight doesn't work. I'm not sure why it won't light up, but I have a well-lit space so it doesn't bother me. I could send it back for one that works, but it's not worth the hassle. It's the only flaw I've found with this meter.

Well worth the money.
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