|Product Dimensions||12.95 x 7.11 x 3.56 cm; 113.4 Grams|
|Item Model Number||ASIMT33D|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Special Features||It's audible when do continuity test|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Metal|
|Item Weight||113 g|
AstroAI Digital Multimeter with Ohm Volt Amp and Diode Voltage Tester Meter
- ACCURATELY MEASURES: Voltage, DC current, resistance, diode, continuity and more
- TROUBLESHOOTS: Automotive and household electrical problems safely and accurately
- EASE OF USE: 2000 Counts Multimeter, data hold and large digital display with backlit LCD for visibility in dimly light areas
- SAMPLING SPEED: 2 times per second. Overload protection on all ranges
- 1 Year Warranty. Built-in kickstand for hand free use. Protective rubber corner guards for drop protection; Note: the meter can not be used to test AC current and can not be used to test AC voltage like the voltage of RECEPTACLE WHEN the dial is located in the DC current range
There is a newer model of this item:
Frequently bought together
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
The AstroAI AM33D Multimeter is designed to safely and accurately troubleshoot a variety of automotive and household electrical problems. It's easy and safe to operate and features many different functions for measuring current, voltage, and resistance, as well as continuity, transistor, and diode testing, which is both for automotive and household uses. Use this multimeter for: household outlets, fuses, wiring, general-purpose batteries, vehicle battery and charging system, automotive circuits and more.
The grip of the multimeter is around the edge of the entire multimeter and a kickstand on the back so you don't have to be holding the entire time when you want to use it. It can also be used to diagnose, assemble, and repair circuitry and wiring. Other features include a low battery indicator, continuity buzzer, and overload protection.
The Hold Button can be useful when it's for more precise measurements. For example if measuring a sensor you might want to make a note that the meter reads 2.984 V and it's more convenient than trying to remember the value while you write it down on a piece of paper or enter the value into a spreadsheet etc.
Max.display: 1999, 3 1/2 digits
Range selection: Manual ranging
Overload display: "1" is displayed
Sampling Speed: 2 times per second
Low Battery Indication
Power: 1 x 9V 6F22 Battery Included
Diode Test: Yes
Continuity Test: Yes
Square Wave Output: Yes
Dimensions: 5.1" x 2.8" x 1.4"
Safety/Compliances: IEC61010 CAT.I 600V, CAT.II 300V, double insulation
DC Voltage: 200mV/2000mV/20V/200V ±(0.5%+3), 500V (1%+5)
AC Voltage: 200V/500V ±(2%+10)
DC Current: 2000μA/20mA ±(1.8%+2), 200mA ±(2%+2), 10A ±(2%+10)
Resistance: 200Ω ±(1%+10), 2000Ω/20KΩ/200KΩ ±(1%+4), 20MΩ ±(1%+10), 200MΩ ±[5%(reading-10)+10]
1 x AstroAI AM33D Digital Multimeter
1 x 9V 6F22 Battery
2 x Test Leads
1 x User Manual
Customers who bought this item also bought
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Review this product
Top reviews from Australia
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I bought this multimeter for some DIY work on my car's external dashcam battery circuit. The multimeter worked great in checking the diode direction, DC voltage/current, and circuit continuity to ensure my DIY modification work as intended.
Top reviews from other countries
The AstroAI DMM lacks the uniqueness of its tyre inflator and is reminiscent of older multi-meter (DMM) designs that are based upon a simple, single-dial design plus a button, or two. This is not a criticism but rather an endorsement that simplicity often results in fault-free operation and zero learning time. The AstroAI DMM is typical of this basic design of which there are a great many available. I am pleased to see the lack of dedicated sockets for testing transistors which hark back to multi-meter designs (analogue MMs) decades old.
Selection of a suitable DMM was made difficult by the number of choices available and I was guided by the range of measurement options, simplicity of operation and above all cost. The Amazon illustrations fail to give an impression of the look-and-feel, weight and size of the DMM and I gambled upon the AstroAI DMM being small, pocketable and lightweight. I was not disappointed. The DMM is fairly thick but once again this is not a criticism. It's bulk makes it easy to handle/grip and to accommodate the large Lithium PP9-sized 9V battery. Many of the newer, slimmer DMMs use button cells. The DMM case is robust and designed to take knocks and drops.
The range of measurements possible with the AstroAI are fairly typical and a good selection to suit most needs. The LCD can be backlit and readings 'held', if required. A pair of probe leads are included. The only thing missing, in my opinion, is a case to hold the DMM and its probe leads. However, this omission is very common and I usually resort to purchasing a strong domestic container of the type usually used to seal and store food.
The price of the AstroAI DMM is another factor but there are many in the same price bracket. Being 'low cost' does not necessarily equate to cheapness (e.g. poor build quality) and the AstroAI is definitely not cheap. I eventually made my decision to buy the AstroAI DMM based upon my previous experience of the their air compressor, being low cost and a superb performer. Recommended.
Figured I only needed it for one application so I'd just get something cheap. Waste of money though as it only ever shows the value '1'. Whatever setting you use, whatever you connect it to. Just feels like a flimsy kids toy or something.
Turns out, there's several more times since that I could have used one of these multimeters. So don't cheap out like I did. Spend a bit more and make an investment in something that works and will last. Go for a credible brand.
EDIT: It wasn't just a fuse that blew up. The board has burned too. So in general I wouldn't recommend 10A multimeters as it's too easy to damage them whilst using for a car.
This worked fine and was good at being accurate but stopped working after about 10 minutes. Wouldn't give any reading whatsoever.
Yeah fair enough was only a tenner but I was expecting a wee bit more working time with it than that. Suffice to say! Returned.
Will I be purchasing it again? Nah don't think so.