|Item Weight||7.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 12.9 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||40019850@@1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||40019850@@1|
|Cover Included||1 X Multitester True RMS|
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UNI-T AC/DC Modern Digital Auto Ranging Multimeter (Multitester True RMS)
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- True RMS Mustimeter with RS232 Connected with Computer, Full Features
- Capacitance and Frequency Measurement Recorded in to your computer
- Relative Measurement makes easy for True value you need
- Heavy Duty Protection Built-in Holster for Field Work
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|Color||Red Grey||Blue||—||orange and green||Red Grey||—|
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The Unit-Trend UT61E Meter can measure AC/DC Voltage and Current, Resistance, Diode, Continuity Buzzer, Capacitance, Frequency, In addition to the conventional measuring functions, there is a RS232C or USB standard serial port, data hold, relative mode, peak measurement, low battery display, display back light and sleep mode. Features: Operating Temperature: 0A DegreeC to +40A DegreeC Storage Temperature: -10A DegreeC to +50A DegreeC Battery Type: One Piece of 9V Under the influence of radiated Radio-Frequency electromagnetic Field phenomenon. (The captioned model have a measurement error. It will be back to normal when the interference is removed with relevant Measurement) Dimensions: 180x90x36 mm weight: Approximate 170g(battery included) Package Contents: 1x UNI-T UT-61E Modern Digital Mustimeters 1x Test Lead1x RS232C Interface Cable1x Socket Adaptor1x CD Bullets change to: True RMS Mustimeter with RS232 Connected with Computer, Full Features Capacitance and Frequency Measurement Recorded in to your computer Relative Measurement makes easy for True value you need Heavy Duty Protection Built-in Holster for Field Work 1 Year USA warranty and USA Service.
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I'm comparing this meter to a $500 meter and I can honestly say unless you're a field technician working for some sort of utility who will be dropping their meter, bumping it into stuff and subjecting it to much abuse there's no reason to be fleeced anymore by the big boy on the block. Also for the price of this meter you could afford to blow one up and buy another for the price of the lowest priced Fluke available (which is NOT the quality of the 289; which is a "professional" meter). I hope this review helps a person or two. I was really skittish about spitting out the "yellow lemonade" of the big brand for this relatively unknown but I hope the manufacturer keeps this up because they've got a winning combination on their hands with price point vs quality. The accuracy is as good as the Fluke, the speed to update is very slightly less and the leads are plastic not silicone. I've purposefully used the plastic leads instead of the Fluke silicone ones I have just to test the unit "as is" and while less convenient than the silicone leads I can live with them and I'll save my silicone leads for when I need them inside a vertical panel box full of wires and other tangle hazards rather than my lab workbench where I can comfortably route the cables out of the way. Hopefully this baby will keep serving me for a long while. If you do enough experimenting and research you'll subject your meter to electrical abuse eventually. Paying more than the cost of a good oscilloscope just for a multi meter in this day is just down right ridiculous unless you're in very specific lines of work. I'll update this review sometime in the future after more adventures in Mr. Ohm's playground. Hopefully I'll still be as pleased as I am today.
PS: I treat my equipment well. Any abuse my equipment suffers is in the line of duty due to the nature of my work. If you are new to meters take the time to study, learn and experiment safely at low voltages and currents before moving up. READ the MANUAL and follow DUTY CYCLE WARNINGS! If you want to "dive right in" buy a $10 meter and expect to blow it up :-) Electronics is a beautiful thing, but electricity is unforgiving. Also you can't buy a new life!
It feels really solidly built, and nice in your hand. Plus I like the color.
True-RMS, and with the host of features, great accuracy, an RS232 port for logging on a computer, and with a 22,000 count you get a lot of decimal places. It quite accurate even on super low ohm measurements, a feature hard to find in this price range, and in quite few higher.
Overall, this little guy is hitting WAY above it's price-point in terms of quality. Why pay $150 or more for a fluke when this easily matches or beats it?
The only tougher environment is giving it to a bunch of elementary school kids, something that I have ALSO done, and had it hold up. Love this thing.
Efficiency - 9V can run down to ~2,5v before it shuts off
Resolution- 22,000 count and it is fairly accurate even in those lower decimal places.
RS232 - came with RS232 cable, been logging data using UltraDMM and UNI-T software, both work great.
Accuracy- connected it to laptop's headphone jack, then generated a few tones at specific frequencies, it was responding well to changes and was dead on accurate- to the last decimal.
Sturdy - good build quality, feels like it could be dropped a few times without suffering any damage.
No auto-shut off
no backlight (mods available though)
Update time is slow. (Only updates about twice a second)
Major overshoot I bought it knowing this - but for example, hooked up to a variable power supply, as a i turn the voltage up from 1-10v, at around 5v it will jump up to around 20v for a second, this completely screws up the data being logged on a a graph, and can make it difficult to use for troubleshooting depending on the application if this is something you are watching for. this is a documented problem.
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