: multimeter



davidp1561
04-29-13, 02:45 PM
Can anyone recommend a reasonably priced mutlimeter to be used on the wiring etc on my 76 Eldorado conv.......

The Ape Man
04-29-13, 05:44 PM
One of my alltime favorites next to the Simpson 260....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FLUKE-77-Series-II-MULTIMETER-/150940806865?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2324c5eed1

cadillac_al
04-30-13, 10:19 AM
I have never had a problem with cheap $10 multi-meters. I think my $20 Craftsman is almost 20 years old. Quality name brands are always nice but probably not necessary for a basic meter.

davidp1561
04-30-13, 11:19 AM
Thanks guys!

Roadmaster75
05-03-13, 11:17 AM
After years of buying the $10 meters .....I have come to this:

Treated myself to a $250 Fluke meter; that I ONLY use for automotive use.
Bought it straight from Fluke with a lifetime repair warranty. Made in USA... love it!
I use the $10 units for the household current jobs now.
My 2 cents
mike

BRUCE ROE
05-04-13, 12:23 AM
Sometimes an analog meter does better. I have an old Heathkit CM1050, with good test leads; they show
up on Eb*y quite often. Bruce Roe

davidp1561
05-22-13, 02:25 PM
I just bought a heathkit cm 1050. am now needing good leads and an operator manual for it. if anyone knows where I can buy these let me know. thanks

Submariner409
05-22-13, 03:40 PM
Test leads - Radio Shack

Manual/assembly instructions - Google