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    Digital multimeter

    Lidl are currently selling this full size DMM for under £10. Just had to buy one. Grab this bargain whilst you can.
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    I bought one last year, good buy
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    Needed to measure both current and voltage at the same time but I only had one multimeter so I looked on Ebay and saw this:-
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    332533558509


    Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.

    They are from China and not being in too much of a hurry I decided to risk £3.32 on one. Then I thought 'At that price I'll buy two just in case one doesn't work'. In a little over two weeks they arrived and all they needed was a 9v battery. They also check transistors and diodes and come with a thermocouple that will measure temperature up to 1000 deg.C. I checked these two meters against my old Maplin one and agreement was very close between them all. I also checked the thermocouple against a one tenth deg.C mercury thermometer that I have in some accurate melting point apparatus that can be made to slowly increase temperature at better than one deg.C per minute. Both meters would flash back and forth to the next degree displayed when the mercury thermometer was reading just 0.2deg in one case and 0.3deg with the other meter below the temperature indicated on the meters.

    Yet another good buy.
    Harry
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