# *Multimeters (Complete Course)

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This course consists of five modules designed to provide training for persons working with electrical or electronic test equipment. These lessons demonstrate and explain how to use both a digital and an analog multimeter. During these lessons, voltage, resistance, current, capacitance, and frequency are measured. The final lesson also describes some of the more common features of a digital multimeter.

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## Course Objectives

• Identify and describe the display area of a digital multimeter.
• Identify and describe the function switch on a digital multimeter.
• Identify and describe the leads/jacks on a digital multimeter.
• Adjust the mechanical zero of an analog multimeter.
• Interpret a reading on the voltage scale of an analog multimeter.
• Interpret a reading on the resistance scale of an analog multimeter.
• Given an expected measurement, set the function and range switches of an analog multimeter.
• Adjust the zero on the ohms scale of an analog multimeter.
• Identify the steps in inspecting a multimeter.
• List the steps you should take before using a multimeter.
• Define continuity and perform a continuity check.
• Use a multimeter to measure resistance.
• Measure AC voltage using a multimeter.
• Measure DC voltage using a multimeter.
• Use a multimeter to measure current.
• Use a multimeter to measure frequency.
• Use a multimeter to measure capacitance.
• Describe and use the hold button on a digital multimeter.
• Describe and use the relative button on a digital multimeter.
• Describe and use the range button on a digital multimeter.
• Describe and use the min/max button on a digital multimeter.
• Explain when the shift button is used.

## Included Modules

1. Digital Multimeters: This is the first lesson in the Multimeters Course. The lesson presents the types of multimeters. The lesson describes the display area, function switch, and leads and jacks on a digital multimeter.
2. Analog Multimeters: This is the second lesson in the Multimeters Course. This lesson demonstrates various aspects of an analog multimeter, including how to adjust mechanical zero, how to interpret a reading on the voltage and resistance scales, and how to set the function and range switches.
3. Multimeter Selection and Inspection: This is the third lesson in the Multimeters Course. This lesson trains the learner in the inspection of a multimeter, the steps that should be taken before using a multimeter, and how to perform a continuity check.
4. Using Multimeters: This is the fourth lesson in the Multimeters Course. This lesson trains the learner to use a multimeter to measure resistance, AC voltage, DC voltage, current, frequency, and capacitance.
5. Advanced Features of Digital Multimeters: The final lesson in the Multimeters Course, this lesson instructs the participant in the use of the advanced features of digital multimeters.

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