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Digital Multimeter, Manual-Ranging, 600V

MM325

  • Multimeter measures up to 600V AC/DC voltage, 10A DC current, 2 MOhms resistance, continuity, batteries and diodes
  • Lead Alert protection with LEDs for test lead placement
  • Easy-to-view backlit display for low light environments
  • Low battery indicator and easily accessible battery and fuse compartment
  • Durable meter built to withstand a 6.6' (2 m) drop
  • Includes test leads, batteries and user manual
  • CAT III 600 V safety rating
  • For use in basic and controlled electromagnetic environments, such as residential, business and light-industrial locations

Klein Tools MM325 Multimeter is a manual-ranging multimeter that measures AC/DC voltage, DC current and resistance. It can also test batteries, diodes and continuity. Klein Tools’ Testing and Measurement product line was exclusively designed from the ground up - by electricians for electricians. Years of field research, combined with extensive input from electricians across America, inspired the development of meters and electrical testers loaded with innovative, time-saving features.

Specifications
Type:
Digital Multimeter
Application:
Testing and Measuring Voltage
Special Features:
Lead Alert; Backlight; Auto Power-Off; Data Hold
Material:
ABS and Electrical Components
Batteries:
2 x AAA
Drop Protection:
6.6' (2 m)
Display:
2000 Count LCD
Colour:
Orange/Black
Functions:
Measures up to 600V AC/DC Voltage, 10A DC Current and 2MΩ Resistance; Tests Batteries, Diodes and Continuity
Voltage:
600 V AC/DC
Current:
10 A DC
Ohms (Resistance):
2 MΩ
Standard:
CAT III 600V; CE and UKCA Certified
Included:
Test Leads, Batteries and User Manual
Overall Length:
6.41'' (16.2 cm)
Overall Height:
1.83'' (4.6 cm)
Overall Width:
3.13'' (7.9 cm)
Weight:
8.8 oz (250 g)
UPC:
092644693731
Additional Information
Warnings
  • Read, understand and follow all instructions, cautions and warnings attached to and/or packed with all test and measurement devices before each use.
  • Do not use the meter during electrical storms or in wet weather, and do not use the meter or test leads if they appear to be damaged.
  • Before each use, verify the meter operation by measuring a known voltage or current.
  • Use personal protective equipment to prevent shock and arc blast injury where hazardous live conductors are exposed.