DMM Performs Non-Contact Voltage Measurement

FLIR’s DM62 true root mean square (TRMS) digital multimeter provides non-contact voltage measurement and is promoted as an all-in-one tool for do-it-yourself and residential and commercial electricians, as well as technicians. Reportedly, its rich and robust feature set, high-quality measurements, and low price makes it an exceptional value. This meter is easy to use and has been built to last, offering long term stability and robust built quality for field use.

 

The DM62 measures ac/dc voltage, current (A, mA, μA), and resistance/continuity for electronic system troubleshooting. Its intuitive and simple user interface allows for more effective and efficient troubleshooting and testing of electrical and electronic systems. It offers a variable-frequency drive (VFD) mode and an extended voltage measurement range up to 1 kV for electrical system measurements.

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With non-contact voltage detection, the DM62 features a visual indicator and audible beep tones proportional to the field strength. The flashing backlight and audible indication simplify the task of checking wiring connections and switch operation in noisy work environments.

 

Equipped with extensive standard equipment, the unit comes with batteries, high-quality silicone test leads, integral test lead storage/holder, and a rugged soft carrying case. For more information, peruse the DM62 datasheet.

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