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Multimeter spreadsheet (80 manufacturers and over 400 meters listed)

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lastguy:
I strongly recommend HT206D as it has 60/600A AC/DC clamp. It has no probe current, but you can short the probe with 0.1ohm then you get a 6A range with 0.1V/A drop. I got one from Aliexpress less than $30. I also have a Fluke and a Tek.
I clamped it on my Odyssey measure starting current 350A. I also use its MIN to get my battery drop voltage during start that is 7.4V, 2nd start 6.9V, my GS300 is 9V. These are best way to check for battery/starter status. As I know my Odyssey batter is weak, I charged it offline 48 hours and get better digit.

Gmetal:
I think i noticed an error. The spreadsheet says the EEVblog Brymen 786 lacks NCV, while the Brymen 789 has it, but according to the manual, both have it? https://www.eevblog.com/files/BM786-Manual-Original-Jan2021.pdf

Am I missing something and there is a difference in functionality here?

(Was about to buy a 786 from Dave and just was trying to understand what the delta was to the 789).

Wytnucls:
Well spotted. Both have it. The list will be corrected at the next edition.

bicycleguy:
Thanks for the listing.

Noticed the listing for the Siglent SDM3055 and SDM3065 don't show the scanner card option.

https://www.tequipment.net/Siglent/SDM3065X-SC/Multimeters/

dhiltonp:
I appreciate you maintaining these spreadsheets!

I suggest inserting a new column with the manufacturer, then freezing the left 2 columns and top 2 rows and making the 2nd row a filter. The result would be something like this:

Here are a few errors I've noticed; at least the values differ from their published manuals.

* Fluke 287: 10 mOhm, not 1 mOhm (289 has 50.000 Ohm range, 287 does not - page 72 note 3)
* Brymen 785/789/ EEVBlog 786: 10 mOhm, not 1 mOhm (has 600.00 mOhm range - page 23)
* Brymen 785/789/ EEVBlog 786: 10 uV, not 1 uV (has 600.00 mV range - page 26)
To be honest, I haven't looked in depth at many entries and I wonder about the error rate.

I'd advise buyers to verify important features with the manufacturer's published specifications before making any purchase :)

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