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Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter

Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter

Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
Equus 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter
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Features

  • Professional Automotive Multimeter designed to help pinpoint engine problems - UL Certified Product
  • Tests alternator diodes, duty cycle, solenoids, breaker points, wiring, switches, and more
  • Temperature probe, inductive RPM clamp and carrying case included
  • Features auto-ranging, auto shut-off and over-load protection
  • Includes test lead holders for hands-free protection

Description

The INNOVA 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter is the pros choice for a high quality multimeter. The pro quality features help pinpoint engine problems while the 10 MegOhm impedance prevents damage to the ECU. Includes temperature probe to measure temperature in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. Use the inductive pick up to vehicle RPM (including coil on plug vehicles). This unit provides hands-free testing and includes test lead holders. Additional features includes auto-ranging, auto shut-off, over-load protection, automatic zero adjustment and reverse polarity protection. The min/max and hold buttons save retrieved data and the rugged corner guards provide drop protection. The INNOVA 3340 is great for testing alternator diodes, duty cycle, solenoids, breaker points, wiring, switches, and more.


Manufacturer INNOVA


Brand INNOVA


Model 3340


Item Weight 8 ounces


Product Dimensions 12.5 x 4.5 x 6.5 inches


Item model number 3340


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number 3340


OEM Part Number 3340


Folding No


Cover Included Automotive DMM(10MegOhm)/UL


ASIN B000KIMHRQ


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 354 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #50,684 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #21 in Multimeters & Analyzers


Date First Available July 7, 2004


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Features

  • Professional Automotive Multimeter designed to help pinpoint engine problems - UL Certified Product
  • Tests alternator diodes, duty cycle, solenoids, breaker points, wiring, switches, and more
  • Temperature probe, inductive RPM clamp and carrying case included
  • Features auto-ranging, auto shut-off and over-load protection
  • Includes test lead holders for hands-free protection

Description

The INNOVA 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter is the pros choice for a high quality multimeter. The pro quality features help pinpoint engine problems while the 10 MegOhm impedance prevents damage to the ECU. Includes temperature probe to measure temperature in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. Use the inductive pick up to vehicle RPM (including coil on plug vehicles). This unit provides hands-free testing and includes test lead holders. Additional features includes auto-ranging, auto shut-off, over-load protection, automatic zero adjustment and reverse polarity protection. The min/max and hold buttons save retrieved data and the rugged corner guards provide drop protection. The INNOVA 3340 is great for testing alternator diodes, duty cycle, solenoids, breaker points, wiring, switches, and more.


Manufacturer INNOVA


Brand INNOVA


Model 3340


Item Weight 8 ounces


Product Dimensions 12.5 x 4.5 x 6.5 inches


Item model number 3340


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number 3340


OEM Part Number 3340


Folding No


Cover Included Automotive DMM(10MegOhm)/UL


ASIN B000KIMHRQ


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 354 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #50,684 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #21 in Multimeters & Analyzers


Date First Available July 7, 2004


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Professional Automotive Multimeter designed to help pinpoint engine problems - UL Certified Product
  • Tests alternator diodes, duty cycle, solenoids, breaker points, wiring, switches, and more
  • Temperature probe, inductive RPM clamp and carrying case included
  • Features auto-ranging, auto shut-off and over-load protection
  • Includes test lead holders for hands-free protection

Description

The INNOVA 3340 Automotive Digital Multimeter is the pros choice for a high quality multimeter. The pro quality features help pinpoint engine problems while the 10 MegOhm impedance prevents damage to the ECU. Includes temperature probe to measure temperature in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. Use the inductive pick up to vehicle RPM (including coil on plug vehicles). This unit provides hands-free testing and includes test lead holders. Additional features includes auto-ranging, auto shut-off, over-load protection, automatic zero adjustment and reverse polarity protection. The min/max and hold buttons save retrieved data and the rugged corner guards provide drop protection. The INNOVA 3340 is great for testing alternator diodes, duty cycle, solenoids, breaker points, wiring, switches, and more.


Manufacturer INNOVA


Brand INNOVA


Model 3340


Item Weight 8 ounces


Product Dimensions 12.5 x 4.5 x 6.5 inches


Item model number 3340


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number 3340


OEM Part Number 3340


Folding No


Cover Included Automotive DMM(10MegOhm)/UL


ASIN B000KIMHRQ


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 354 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #50,684 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #21 in Multimeters & Analyzers


Date First Available July 7, 2004


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought this item new from Amazon in June 2016. I used it probably 12-15 times over the past year and 4 months. I turned it on to check voltage on a thermostat yesterday and the LCD screen was very faint unless I view it from an extreme angle. I figured, no big deal, it must be the batteries. Unfortunately, it does the exact same thing with new batteries. I called Innova and spoke with their tech support. They said it sounds like a defective screen and a flat rate repair on it is $89.99. I paid less than that for the unit new. I asked if they could repair at their expense and they said it's out of warranty (1 year), which is what I expected. I asked if this was a known problem and the tech said no. I am not the type of person that buys products that go defective near their warranty expiration date. I will give Innova full points for at least having a phone number and answering the call (I was on hold less than 5 minutes). But, being it's the only time I have purchased from this company, it's the only experience I have to decide if I will do business with them again. The tech's suggestion was to buy another one. I think I'll try another brand. My $19 multi-meter from Radio Shack still works after 15 years, so I guess I could use that.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Significant defect after 1.25 years;;Brett Flory;;;I read the reviews on this and decided it was good enough for my needs. I was specifically looking for something to use around the house and for automotive diagnosis within reason. Since this has a 10 Mega Ohm impedance it fit the bill at a reasonable cost (this allows for testing automotive computer systems without damaging them). As a note I am a retired auto tech that taught automotive electronics and driveability for over 20 years. I saw notes about the thermacouple and the units ability to read temp, it works well enough for my needs, even the much more expensive Flukes have issues reading temp depending on the situation. If I need greater accuracy in that department I would start by buying a different thermacouple, I do not believe the meter is the issue. The reason I gave it a 4 out of 5 is the leads. They really could have supplied better leads. For under $14 I purchased the KAIWEETS 51 inches Soft Silicone Electrician Test Leads Kit, it is very complete and has everything I need for this meter. I would recommend this meter for the home mechanic, I would stick with Fluke for professionals that need a meter on a daily basis.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;It's Not a Fluke & It Isn't as Much as a Fluke;;S. Nelson;;;I bought this because it is the only automotive meter I could find that offers a variety of RPM measurements: inductive pickup for spark plug wires; direct primary coil voltage monitoring for COP (coil on plug) systems; conventional old school tach measurements for distributor systems (for a wide range of cylinder counts); and DIS or waste spark systems. And of course dwell angle measurements. Most modern automotive meters have dispensed with all but the inductive pickup method but I like to have more options. I compared the Innova 3340a DC voltage readings for 1.5 v and 9 v batteries against a Fluke 87 V and measurements were within one or two-thousands of a volt. That is pretty good. When selecting DC volts the display shows 200-300 mV when no measurements are taken. This is due to internal noise from the autoranging circuitry. If I touch the probes together the display zeros out. As I stated, the DC volts measurements I took were very accurate. I compared resistance readings between the 3340a and Fluke for a variety of resistors from my electronics junk box and obtained excellent agreement between these instruments. Examples of 3340a vs. Fluke: 20.5 vs. 20.4 ohm; 27.0 vs. 27.4 ohm; 101.2 vs. 101.2 ohm; 147.5 vs. 147.6 ohm; 986 vs. 986 ohm; 51.1 vs. 51.1 Kohm; 730 vs. 729 Kohm. These resistance readings were off by only 0.1% on average. For my 3340a the accuracy is better on average than the range stated in the product literature. UPDATE Mar 10, 2020: I've had a chance to test the tachometer functions on a lawn mower that has a tach terminal (for the "RPM" function) and a high voltage spark plug wire for the inductive pickup clamp with the "CON" function. I compared the readings of the 3340a with those of a SunPro digital tach and a GTC505 ignition analyzer with a capacitive probe. With both the direct hookup "RPM" and inductive hookup "CON" functions, the average RPMs of the 3340a appeared to agree with the SunPro and GTC505 standards. However the 3340a gave very erratic and jumpy readings making it difficult to obtain an average RPM by eye. (With the "CON" function I had to halve the RPMs because a lawn mower delivers two sparks over the 4 strokes per cycle.) The "DIS" function gave confusing results. Maybe Innova needs to add some simple circuitry to average or smooth out the jumpy tach inputs. Maybe they need to add basic filtering circuitry to handle electrical noise from ignition systems. Either way the tach functions need some minor improvements to make the display more readable. This meter is a fine and accurate meter for basic electrical functions and is very well conceived. I hope that Innova does what they need to do to improve the tach functions and make it the great meter that it deserves to be, even if they have to increase the price a little.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2020;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Innova 3340a DMM: Lots of functions, volts and resistance accurate, tachometer needs improvement;;The geeks shall inherit the earth;;;I researched devices before choosing this one. It has most of the features that a DIY type like me needs: DV volts, current, resistance, and temperature. I need this mainly for automotive maintenance. The instrument face has large print, making it easy to read from short distances. The gauge is also adjusts scale automatically. There is no need to hunt between different voltage and resistance settings (10, 100, 1000, etc). The probes mount to the side of the unit to simplify storage. It also shuts off automatically after 10 minutes if not used. An audible warning sounds before doing so. The storage pouch is made of quality materials and should last the life of the unit, if not abused.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Ideal for DIY types;;Chris;;;I bought this to replace a cheaper automotive meter, the build quality is better than my old meter, in fact if all functions had worked it would have been good buy. Unfortunately the temp function was erratic and inaccurate ( compared to a Fluke infrared) and the RPM was unusable, fluctuating between between about 300 rpm and 1500 rpm, irrespective of engine rpm. Also on a number settings the display would not zero. I returned the meter for a refund;;Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;the build quality is better than my old meter;;peter mitchell;;;I am impressed with this multi meter. Especially at its price point. It is inexpensive and yet is close to being as accurate as many much more expensive models. I have already used this twice to diagnose charging system problems. Very easy to use and look forward to using its other functions and attachments. Comes with batteries installed! Also included is a decent soft carrying case.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very easy to use and look forward to using its other ...;;Jwatts300

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Brett Flory - Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2017
Significant defect after 1.25 years
I bought this item new from Amazon in June 2016. I used it probably 12-15 times over the past year and 4 months. I turned it on to check voltage on a thermostat yesterday and the LCD screen was very faint unless I view it from an extreme angle. I figured, no big deal, it must be the batteries. Unfortunately, it does the exact same thing with new batteries. I called Innova and spoke with their tech support. They said it sounds like a defective screen and a flat rate repair on it is $89.99. I paid less than that for the unit new. I asked if they could repair at their expense and they said it's out of warranty (1 year), which is what I expected. I asked if this was a known problem and the tech said no. I am not the type of person that buys products that go defective near their warranty expiration date. I will give Innova full points for at least having a phone number and answering the call (I was on hold less than 5 minutes). But, being it's the only time I have purchased from this company, it's the only experience I have to decide if I will do business with them again. The tech's suggestion was to buy another one. I think I'll try another brand. My $19 multi-meter from Radio Shack still works after 15 years, so I guess I could use that.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Nelson - Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2019
It's Not a Fluke & It Isn't as Much as a Fluke
I read the reviews on this and decided it was good enough for my needs. I was specifically looking for something to use around the house and for automotive diagnosis within reason. Since this has a 10 Mega Ohm impedance it fit the bill at a reasonable cost (this allows for testing automotive computer systems without damaging them). As a note I am a retired auto tech that taught automotive electronics and driveability for over 20 years. I saw notes about the thermacouple and the units ability to read temp, it works well enough for my needs, even the much more expensive Flukes have issues reading temp depending on the situation. If I need greater accuracy in that department I would start by buying a different thermacouple, I do not believe the meter is the issue. The reason I gave it a 4 out of 5 is the leads. They really could have supplied better leads. For under $14 I purchased the KAIWEETS 51 inches Soft Silicone Electrician Test Leads Kit, it is very complete and has everything I need for this meter. I would recommend this meter for the home mechanic, I would stick with Fluke for professionals that need a meter on a daily basis.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By The geeks shall inherit the earth - Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2020
Innova 3340a DMM: Lots of functions, volts and resistance accurate, tachometer needs improvement
I bought this because it is the only automotive meter I could find that offers a variety of RPM measurements: inductive pickup for spark plug wires; direct primary coil voltage monitoring for COP (coil on plug) systems; conventional old school tach measurements for distributor systems (for a wide range of cylinder counts); and DIS or waste spark systems. And of course dwell angle measurements. Most modern automotive meters have dispensed with all but the inductive pickup method but I like to have more options. I compared the Innova 3340a DC voltage readings for 1.5 v and 9 v batteries against a Fluke 87 V and measurements were within one or two-thousands of a volt. That is pretty good. When selecting DC volts the display shows 200-300 mV when no measurements are taken. This is due to internal noise from the autoranging circuitry. If I touch the probes together the display zeros out. As I stated, the DC volts measurements I took were very accurate. I compared resistance readings between the 3340a and Fluke for a variety of resistors from my electronics junk box and obtained excellent agreement between these instruments. Examples of 3340a vs. Fluke: 20.5 vs. 20.4 ohm; 27.0 vs. 27.4 ohm; 101.2 vs. 101.2 ohm; 147.5 vs. 147.6 ohm; 986 vs. 986 ohm; 51.1 vs. 51.1 Kohm; 730 vs. 729 Kohm. These resistance readings were off by only 0.1% on average. For my 3340a the accuracy is better on average than the range stated in the product literature. UPDATE Mar 10, 2020: I've had a chance to test the tachometer functions on a lawn mower that has a tach terminal (for the "RPM" function) and a high voltage spark plug wire for the inductive pickup clamp with the "CON" function. I compared the readings of the 3340a with those of a SunPro digital tach and a GTC505 ignition analyzer with a capacitive probe. With both the direct hookup "RPM" and inductive hookup "CON" functions, the average RPMs of the 3340a appeared to agree with the SunPro and GTC505 standards. However the 3340a gave very erratic and jumpy readings making it difficult to obtain an average RPM by eye. (With the "CON" function I had to halve the RPMs because a lawn mower delivers two sparks over the 4 strokes per cycle.) The "DIS" function gave confusing results. Maybe Innova needs to add some simple circuitry to average or smooth out the jumpy tach inputs. Maybe they need to add basic filtering circuitry to handle electrical noise from ignition systems. Either way the tach functions need some minor improvements to make the display more readable. This meter is a fine and accurate meter for basic electrical functions and is very well conceived. I hope that Innova does what they need to do to improve the tach functions and make it the great meter that it deserves to be, even if they have to increase the price a little.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chris - Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2017
Ideal for DIY types
I researched devices before choosing this one. It has most of the features that a DIY type like me needs: DV volts, current, resistance, and temperature. I need this mainly for automotive maintenance. The instrument face has large print, making it easy to read from short distances. The gauge is also adjusts scale automatically. There is no need to hunt between different voltage and resistance settings (10, 100, 1000, etc). The probes mount to the side of the unit to simplify storage. It also shuts off automatically after 10 minutes if not used. An audible warning sounds before doing so. The storage pouch is made of quality materials and should last the life of the unit, if not abused.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By peter mitchell - Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2017
the build quality is better than my old meter
I bought this to replace a cheaper automotive meter, the build quality is better than my old meter, in fact if all functions had worked it would have been good buy. Unfortunately the temp function was erratic and inaccurate ( compared to a Fluke infrared) and the RPM was unusable, fluctuating between between about 300 rpm and 1500 rpm, irrespective of engine rpm. Also on a number settings the display would not zero. I returned the meter for a refund

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jwatts300 - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2017
Very easy to use and look forward to using its other ...
I am impressed with this multi meter. Especially at its price point. It is inexpensive and yet is close to being as accurate as many much more expensive models. I have already used this twice to diagnose charging system problems. Very easy to use and look forward to using its other functions and attachments. Comes with batteries installed! Also included is a decent soft carrying case.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Brett Flory - Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2017
Significant defect after 1.25 years
I bought this item new from Amazon in June 2016. I used it probably 12-15 times over the past year and 4 months. I turned it on to check voltage on a thermostat yesterday and the LCD screen was very faint unless I view it from an extreme angle. I figured, no big deal, it must be the batteries. Unfortunately, it does the exact same thing with new batteries. I called Innova and spoke with their tech support. They said it sounds like a defective screen and a flat rate repair on it is $89.99. I paid less than that for the unit new. I asked if they could repair at their expense and they said it's out of warranty (1 year), which is what I expected. I asked if this was a known problem and the tech said no. I am not the type of person that buys products that go defective near their warranty expiration date. I will give Innova full points for at least having a phone number and answering the call (I was on hold less than 5 minutes). But, being it's the only time I have purchased from this company, it's the only experience I have to decide if I will do business with them again. The tech's suggestion was to buy another one. I think I'll try another brand. My $19 multi-meter from Radio Shack still works after 15 years, so I guess I could use that.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Nelson - Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2019
It's Not a Fluke & It Isn't as Much as a Fluke
I read the reviews on this and decided it was good enough for my needs. I was specifically looking for something to use around the house and for automotive diagnosis within reason. Since this has a 10 Mega Ohm impedance it fit the bill at a reasonable cost (this allows for testing automotive computer systems without damaging them). As a note I am a retired auto tech that taught automotive electronics and driveability for over 20 years. I saw notes about the thermacouple and the units ability to read temp, it works well enough for my needs, even the much more expensive Flukes have issues reading temp depending on the situation. If I need greater accuracy in that department I would start by buying a different thermacouple, I do not believe the meter is the issue. The reason I gave it a 4 out of 5 is the leads. They really could have supplied better leads. For under $14 I purchased the KAIWEETS 51 inches Soft Silicone Electrician Test Leads Kit, it is very complete and has everything I need for this meter. I would recommend this meter for the home mechanic, I would stick with Fluke for professionals that need a meter on a daily basis.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By The geeks shall inherit the earth - Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2020
Innova 3340a DMM: Lots of functions, volts and resistance accurate, tachometer needs improvement
I bought this because it is the only automotive meter I could find that offers a variety of RPM measurements: inductive pickup for spark plug wires; direct primary coil voltage monitoring for COP (coil on plug) systems; conventional old school tach measurements for distributor systems (for a wide range of cylinder counts); and DIS or waste spark systems. And of course dwell angle measurements. Most modern automotive meters have dispensed with all but the inductive pickup method but I like to have more options. I compared the Innova 3340a DC voltage readings for 1.5 v and 9 v batteries against a Fluke 87 V and measurements were within one or two-thousands of a volt. That is pretty good. When selecting DC volts the display shows 200-300 mV when no measurements are taken. This is due to internal noise from the autoranging circuitry. If I touch the probes together the display zeros out. As I stated, the DC volts measurements I took were very accurate. I compared resistance readings between the 3340a and Fluke for a variety of resistors from my electronics junk box and obtained excellent agreement between these instruments. Examples of 3340a vs. Fluke: 20.5 vs. 20.4 ohm; 27.0 vs. 27.4 ohm; 101.2 vs. 101.2 ohm; 147.5 vs. 147.6 ohm; 986 vs. 986 ohm; 51.1 vs. 51.1 Kohm; 730 vs. 729 Kohm. These resistance readings were off by only 0.1% on average. For my 3340a the accuracy is better on average than the range stated in the product literature. UPDATE Mar 10, 2020: I've had a chance to test the tachometer functions on a lawn mower that has a tach terminal (for the "RPM" function) and a high voltage spark plug wire for the inductive pickup clamp with the "CON" function. I compared the readings of the 3340a with those of a SunPro digital tach and a GTC505 ignition analyzer with a capacitive probe. With both the direct hookup "RPM" and inductive hookup "CON" functions, the average RPMs of the 3340a appeared to agree with the SunPro and GTC505 standards. However the 3340a gave very erratic and jumpy readings making it difficult to obtain an average RPM by eye. (With the "CON" function I had to halve the RPMs because a lawn mower delivers two sparks over the 4 strokes per cycle.) The "DIS" function gave confusing results. Maybe Innova needs to add some simple circuitry to average or smooth out the jumpy tach inputs. Maybe they need to add basic filtering circuitry to handle electrical noise from ignition systems. Either way the tach functions need some minor improvements to make the display more readable. This meter is a fine and accurate meter for basic electrical functions and is very well conceived. I hope that Innova does what they need to do to improve the tach functions and make it the great meter that it deserves to be, even if they have to increase the price a little.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Chris - Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2017
Ideal for DIY types
I researched devices before choosing this one. It has most of the features that a DIY type like me needs: DV volts, current, resistance, and temperature. I need this mainly for automotive maintenance. The instrument face has large print, making it easy to read from short distances. The gauge is also adjusts scale automatically. There is no need to hunt between different voltage and resistance settings (10, 100, 1000, etc). The probes mount to the side of the unit to simplify storage. It also shuts off automatically after 10 minutes if not used. An audible warning sounds before doing so. The storage pouch is made of quality materials and should last the life of the unit, if not abused.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By peter mitchell - Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2017
the build quality is better than my old meter
I bought this to replace a cheaper automotive meter, the build quality is better than my old meter, in fact if all functions had worked it would have been good buy. Unfortunately the temp function was erratic and inaccurate ( compared to a Fluke infrared) and the RPM was unusable, fluctuating between between about 300 rpm and 1500 rpm, irrespective of engine rpm. Also on a number settings the display would not zero. I returned the meter for a refund

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jwatts300 - Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2017
Very easy to use and look forward to using its other ...
I am impressed with this multi meter. Especially at its price point. It is inexpensive and yet is close to being as accurate as many much more expensive models. I have already used this twice to diagnose charging system problems. Very easy to use and look forward to using its other functions and attachments. Comes with batteries installed! Also included is a decent soft carrying case.