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PrvnPro Handheld Digital Backlit Multimeter Tool

4.3 out of 5 stars 17 ratings

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  • Blue and black finish
  • LED backlit display
  • Operating temperature: -10°c to +50°C.
  • User Manual included
  • Dimensions: 7-inch L x 4-inch W x 1. 5-Inch D

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Blue and black finish. LED backlit display. Operating temperature: -10°c to +50°C. . User manual included. Dimensions: 7-inch L x 4-inch W x 1. 5-Inch D


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Oscar Benavides
5.0 out of 5 stars Great value for the price
Reviewed in the United States on 1 November 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Get yourself one!
Reviewed in the United States on 7 December 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not very accurate, which defeats the point.
Reviewed in the United States on 8 January 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not very accurate, which defeats the point.
Reviewed in the United States on 8 January 2020
This is not an inexpensive unit, so I decided to test it in several ways. First, I noted that I e never heard of this brand and found no real I formation on it. The documentation had another brand name which also had no notable product line... so, is it a new startup? Not sure, so does it measure up to other higher end voltmeters? No, it really doesn’t. I compared it to my 20 year old true RMS meter which has served me well. In a market flooded with inexpensive meters, prices in the hundred plus range need to be a step above basic hobby grade. As you can see in the pictures, it’s off a little here and there- but in a price range which one expects professional level results, it simply won’t work. Fractions of a volt make a difference. Other measurements I tested resulted in similar inconsistencies. I later tested it against a meter retailing under $50 and it was about the same accuracy. I’d be returning this one.
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Frank A
4.0 out of 5 stars I was interested in the USB data port
Reviewed in the United States on 30 January 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars I was interested in the USB data port
Reviewed in the United States on 30 January 2020
I was really interested in the logging abilities of USB data port and PC software. Since I was not seeing any review of this feature I decided to look into it myself.

First thing I did was to see how "off" the measurement was compared to my BK 390 and Fluke 77. I measured the voltage of a 9V battery. This EM6180 was fluttering between 9.43 and 9.44 volts. The BK 390 was solid at 9.43 volts and the Fluke 77 was fluttering between 9.44 and an occasional 9.45 volts. My BK was calibrated a few years ago and has an accuracy in this measurement of +/-(0.1% + 2). So the actual voltage from the measurement of 9.43 volts taken by the BK 390 falls within the tolerance range of 9.44 and 9.42 volts. This EM6180 has an accuracy in this measurement of +/-(0.8% + 5). The actual voltage from the measurement of 9.43 volts taken with the EM6180 falls within the tolerance range of 9.56 and 9.30 volts. Even tho the EM6180 has a wider tolerance range, it measured within the tighter tolerance range of the BK 390. It's not too bad, but the tolerances could be greatly improved with today's electronics, especially for a meter with this price tag.

The PrvnPro EM6180 has a USB data port. I was interested in the data logging abilities for measuring different battery charge and discharge characteristics. What I needed was the ability to take a "snapshot" of the temperature, voltage or current at intervals of at least 1 measurement per minute. A bonus would be that the data is also available in a file that could be exported to spreadsheet and graphing software. What comes with this meter is a CD, with a blank label, that contains the software. This software is VERY basic, as it does nothing fancy, but it will allow me to take measurements at intervals down to seconds and save the data as several different file types, including an Excel file type... very cool!

I tested the meter while in USB mode to see if the meter will switch to USB power instead of using up its 9 volt battery. I disconnected the 9 volt battery while the EM6180 was working with my laptop taking voltage measurement "snapshots" at 5 second intervals. When I disconnected the 9 volt battery the meter died, meaning that the meter always uses its 9 volt battery. While this meter is in USB mode it never goes to auto shut down, which is perfect if you are logging data for extended periods.

The data logging ability of this EM6180 and the rare micro-amp measurement range is worth a higher price over the $50 meters. Two improvements would be to use the USB power of the PC while the meter is plugged in to save on the 9 volt battery and the other would be to tighten the tolerances of the circuits.
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Ryan K.
4.0 out of 5 stars No Better Than a $30 Unit for Most People
Reviewed in the United States on 18 January 2020
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