RS PRO IDM61 Digital Multimeter
IDM61 high-performance pocket multimeter with non-contact voltage detector. This meter is a handheld device which can measure capacitance, voltage, electrical current and resistance with diode and continuity check. This meter has an LCD display where the measurement readouts can be viewed.
RS Pro has a range of digital multimeters which are great value for money and also high quality you can rely on.
Features and Benefits
Compact design with soft rubber side grips
2000 Counts LCD display
6 functions / 14 ranges
1000 V ac/dc measurement range
Integral non-contact AC voltage detector with visual & audible indication (50 V ac to 600 V ac, 50 Hz to 500 Hz)
Resistance/ Continuity and Diode Test
Full autoranging with manual override
Conforms to EN61010-1 (safety rating) CAT III 600 V, CAT II 1000 V
What does it measure?
DC and AC voltages - up to 1000 V dc and 750 V ac
Resistance and continuity checking - up to 200 MΩ
Diode - open circuit voltage up to 2 V
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.
Ergonomically designed slim shape with one handed operating knob and buttons. It just fits into the palm of your hand.
Non-Contact Voltage Detection
The IDM61 multimeter has a VoltSense feature to detect live cables and outlets without contact. Also has the abilty to find cable alignment behind the wall as a cable finder.
Batteries can be easily replaced by unscrewing one screw to remove the battery door for battery replacement. Designed for users convenience without opening the bottom case.
What does it include?
Pair of Test Leads
A digital multimeter (DMM) 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.