RS PRO IDM106N RMS Digital Multimeter
RS PRO IDM106N offers high specification performance with 4000 count display and 42 segment bar graph. T
hese handheld devices can measure capacitance, voltage, electrical current, frequency, peak hold, temperature and
resistance with diode and continuity check. This meter has an LCD display where the measurement readouts can be viewed.
RS PRO range of handheld and bench digital multimeters are RS approved meaning that they are great value for money and high quality you can rely on.
Features and Benefits
10 A (continuous) current range
Data hold/relative modes
1 MHz counter with full 9999 Count display
Diode test and continuity sounder
4 nF to 40 μF capacitance ranges
Mains proof resistance ranges
Full autoranging with manual override
Auto power shutdown
Digital display update rate 2 per second
Bargraph display update rate 20 per second
Fused 400 mA and 10A ranges
Dust and water protected to IP64
Water resistant via O-Ring sealed case
Dual high energy fuse protection
AC - Coupled AC conversion true RMS responding to the RMS sine wave input
What does it measure?
DC and AC voltages - up to 1000 V
DC and AC current - up 10A
Resistance and continuity checking - up to 40 MΩ
Capacitance - up to 40 mF
Frequency - up to 400 MHz
The LED-backlit display turns ON/OFF at the touch of a button and automatically turns off to save battery life.
RS-232 Optical Interface
The IDM106N has an RS-232 optical interface to connect to a PC for data acquisition.
Allowing measurements to be transferred to a PC for further analysis.
Batteries can be easily replaced by unscrewing two screws to remove the battery door for battery replacement.
Designed for users convenience without opening the bottom case.
The multimeter is supplied with a protective holster that includes a built-in stand, a nail hook and convenient test lead storage.
This holster provides an extra degree of protection and convenience.
What does it include?
Pair of Test Leads
A digital multimeter is a handy test tool that measures electrical values such as voltage, current, and resistance.
A DMM is used by technicians in the following areas:
Electrical and electronic industries
When using any electrical test equipment it is advised that you refer to the user’s manual for proper working operating procedures and safety precautions in order to avoid potential safety hazards.
What is the difference between an analogue and a digital multimeter?
The main difference is the display. A digital multimeter will show the results as numbers on a screen (usually a LED or LCD screen) whereas the analogue version has a needle to show the value.