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Meco 750V Auto Ranging Digital Multimeter, 171B+TRMS
4.3 (12 Reviews)
By: Meco
₹3,32918% OFF
  • Overload Protection & Multiple Test Facility

  • Auto Power Off

Meco 101B+ Autoranging Digital Multimeter
4.7 (17 Reviews)
By: Meco
₹1,94915% OFF
  • Diode Test

  • Pocket Size

Meco Autoranging Digital Multimeter, 153B+TRMS
4.5 (15 Reviews)
By: Meco
₹3,11918% OFF
  • Audible Continuity

  • Has Trms Sensor Type

HTC DM-98 Digital Multimeter
4.6 (21 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹2,15917% OFF
  • Diode Test

  • Double color Backlight

Moglix Insights

Top 4 price range of Multimeters

44% of users prefer Multimeters in price range of ₹1000-₹2000

24% of users prefer Multimeters in price range of ₹600-₹700

6% of users prefer Multimeters in price range of ₹700-₹800

26% of users prefer Multimeters in other price range.

Moglix Insights

Top 4 brands of Multimeters

50% of users prefer Multimeters of HTC brand

18% of users prefer Multimeters of Meco brand

7% of users prefer Multimeters of Fluke brand

25% of users prefer Multimeters of other brands

Mextech 115 Digital Multimeter, AC Voltage Range: 4-750 V
4.7 (9 Reviews)
By: Mextech
₹1,47710% OFF
  • Diode test and continuity

  • Data retention and data hold

HTC DM-85T Digital Multimeter with Backlight
4.5 (10 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹1,38120% OFF
  • Rugged & Durable Design

  • Auto Power Off

HTC 10-1000V AC Voltage Analog Multimeter YX-360TREB
4.4 (5 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹1,39848% OFF
  • Continuity Buzzer About 100 Ω

  • Test Resistance Range : X1 , X10 , X100 ,

Fluke 101 Digital Multimeter 600mV to 600 V
4.6 (5 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹4,83816% OFF
  • Batteries are easy to replace.

  • Automatic shutdown feature to save power.

82% of users buy Multimeters in 1999 Counts

90% of users buy Multimeters in Digital Type

Mextech MAS-830L Digital Multimeter AC Voltage Range 200 to 500V
4.6 (18 Reviews)
By: Mextech
₹71213% OFF
  • Light Weight Easy to Carry

  • Data Hold Function

Fluke 101 Basic Digital Multimeter
4.4 (19 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹5,13321% OFF
  • DC Accuracy: ± 0.5% + 3 digit

  • AC Accuracy: ± 1% + 3 digit

HTC DM-830L Plus Digital Multimeter
5.0 (2 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹77919% OFF
  • 3.5 Digit Manual Multimeter with Backlight

  • Low Battery Indication

Uni-T 3999 Display Count Digital Multimeter UT33A+
HTC DM-83T Digital Multimeter with Backlight
4.8 (10 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹2,00056% OFF
  • Overload Protection & Multiple Test Facility

  • Rugged & Durable Design

HTC DM-830L Digital Multimeter
4.1 (14 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹77914% OFF
  • Counts: 1999

  • Low Battery Indication

HTC DM-830L+ Digital Manual Multimeter with Backlight
4.6 (11 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹90022% OFF
  • Rugged & Durable Design

  • Overload Protection & Cat Ii 600V

HTC DM-97 Digital Multimeter AC Voltage Range 0.1mV to 750V DM to 97
4.2 (5 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹3,25349% OFF
  • 40-400 Hz

  • Transistor Testing 

Meco 6000 Counts Autoranging Digital Multimeter with 1 Year Warranty, 108B+TRMS
4.3 (31 Reviews)
By: Meco
₹2,49918% OFF
  • APO, Capacitance, Frequency

  • Low Battery is Indicated

Fluke 15B+ Digital Multimeter
4.7 (9 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹11,85920% OFF
  • 50% Bigger Display with Bright White Backlight

  • AC Accuracy: ± 1% + 3 Digit

HTC DM-97 Digital Multimeter
4.3 (19 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹1,8299% OFF
  • Data Hold, Max & Min Value Hold

  • No Power off under natural operation

Mextech DT-603 Digital Multimeter, AC Voltage Range: 2-750 V
4.6 (22 Reviews)
By: Mextech
₹1,64713% OFF
  • Transistor HFE: 0 to 1000

  • Multi range digital Multimeter: AC/DC voltage, AC/DC Current, Capacitance, Frequency,

Fluke 106 Palm Sized Digital Multimeter, 6000 Counts, 40 Megaohms
4.2 (11 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹6,84420% OFF
  • Cat Iii 600 V Safety Rating

  • AC & DC Current Measurement

Meco 135B+TRMS 4 Digit 9999 Count Autoranging Pocket Size Digital Multimeter
  • Temperature, Diode Test, Audible Continuity, Data Hold, NCV, LCD with

HTC DM-81 3½ Digital Multimeter Capacitance Diode Transistor and Live Tester
  • Rugged, Durable Design, 3½ Digital Multimeter with Manual Range &

  • Auto Power Off

Rishabh Dmm Iyoung Ft without Backlit with Holster Economical Multimeter, Mm67-401F000000000
4.5 (2 Reviews)
By: Rishabh
₹2,34832% OFF
  • Rishabh Young / Iyoung Allows You to Detect the Voltage...

  • It is of Especially Pocket Size Design, & Thus Fit

Uni-T UT33D Palm Size Digital Multimeter
4.3 (6 Reviews)
By: Uni-t
₹97512% OFF
  • Continuity Buzzer

  • Low Battery Indication

Fluke 17B+ Digital Multimeter
4.5 (8 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹14,57319% OFF
  • 50 percent bigger display with bright white backlight

  • Input terminal for AC and DC current measurements upto 10

Fluke 107 Palm Sized Digital Multimeter, 6000 Counts
4.1 (8 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹8,90920% OFF
  • Auto Power Off

  • Overload Protection & Multiple Test Facility

Fluke 115 Digital Multimeter, 600V, 40 Ohms, Analog Bargraph
4.4 (7 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹16,75620% OFF
  • Diode Test

  • Backlight

Fluke 179 True-RMS Digital Multimeter
4.6 (5 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹40,10814% OFF
  • Display Hold, Auto Hold & Min/Max Average Recording

  • Increases Productivity with Manual and Automatic Ranging

Meco 450B+TRMS 19999 Count Autoranging Digital Multimeter
  • TRMS, Auto/Manual Ranging, Diode Test, Audible Continuity, Data Hold, NCV,...

HTC YX-360TRE Analog Multimeter
4.2 (13 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹94922% OFF
  • 0 Adjustment With X 100 Range

  • Analog Multimeter with Mirror Scale

Fluke 117 Electrical Multimeter with Non-Contact Voltage
4.7 (6 Reviews)
By: Fluke
₹23,24616% OFF
  • Measures Resistance, Continuity, Frequency & Capacitance

  • Fuse for A Input: 11 A, 1000 V FAST Fuse

Rishabh Multi 14S Backlit Multimeter
4.4 (7 Reviews)
By: Rishabh
₹7,82330% OFF
  • Interface and Software RISH com 100: The multimeters are fitted...

  • Overload Warning: A sound signal indication violation of the overload

Mastech MAS830L Digital Multimeter
5.0 (2 Reviews)
By: Mastech
₹75013% OFF
  • Overload Protection

  • Multiple Test Facility, Rugged & Durable Design

Mextech 62 X 35mm Digital Multimeter DT-117
By: Mextech
₹2,12412% OFF
  • Power supply : 1 X 9 Volt Battery

  • Operating Temperature & Humidity : 0°C To 40°C, <75%RH

HTC DM-86 Digital Multimeter
4.0 (9 Reviews)
By: Htc
₹1,44614% OFF
  • Diode Check

  • Overrange , (Ol) or (-Ol) is Displayed

Metravi Digital Multimeter, XB-33CF
4.5 (8 Reviews)
By: Metravi
₹2,36324% OFF
  • Flashlight to Access Dark Areas, While Measuring Voltage, Press Select...

  • Data Hold, MAX/MIN Record Function, Relative Measurement & Non Contact

Fluke 107 Palm-sized Digital Multimeter 600mV to 600 V
  • Rugged , Reliable , Accurate Readings

  • 2 V 

Testo 760-2 True Root Mean Square Measurement Digital Multimeter Set
  • Display ligthing: Yes

  • Current measurement in the µA range

Metravi Digital Multimeter, 19-SUPER
4.2 (10 Reviews)
By: Metravi
₹3,37525% OFF
  • Relative Measurement Facility

  • Auto Power off

Related Multimeters Articles

Purchase Top Quality Multimeters at the Best Price 

If you work in electronics and often test the power of electrical equipment, you can't do your job without a reliable Multimeter. Like a doctor needs a stethoscope to properly diagnose a patient's condition, a multimeter is crucial for anyone hoping to comprehend the inner workings of a wide variety of machines.


A microammeter with a movable pointer is used to display data on an analogue multimeter. Because of their lower cost, greater accuracy, and greater physical durability, digital multimeters (DMM, DVOM) have nearly rendered analogue multimeters obsolete. Simple budget models have a small set of functions that are sufficient for solving basic common tasks: checking the conductors, the continuity of the circuit, and measuring the voltage in the socket or the battery level of the car.


Various Types of Multimeters to Measure Electric Values

Analog Multimeters - These kinds of multimeters are multifunction electrical testing tools, that display data via an arrow (analogue) scale. It is possible to take readings with an analogue multimeter down to -30 degrees Celsius. When high precision is not required, it can process a large number of measurements quickly. When measuring voltage and current, analogue multimeters do not draw any juice from their internal battery.  Signal dynamics can be seen in real-time. 


Digital Multimeters - Digital multimeters are modern, reliable measuring devices characterized by high measurement accuracy and diverse functionality. Digital Multimeters have replaced analog ones due to the possibility of widespread use of semiconductor technologies. Currently, most manufactured multimeters are digital. Specialists working with electrical equipment, if necessary, can choose among automatic multimeters a model focused on specific highly specialized tasks. The digital multimeter has the highest possible measurement accuracy. It has Automatic polarity detection which means if the probes are connected incorrectly, the screen will display the correct values ​​with a minus sign. It has the possibility of automatic and manual selection of measurement ranges. Automatic Multimeters do not require mandatory zero adjustments. The accuracy of the multimeter readings does not depend on the battery charge.


Factors to be Considered Before Purchasing Multimeters 

Selection of a Multimeters - Choosing between an Analog multimeter and a Digital multimeter is the first order of business. Both are useful for gauging electrical properties, but the one you choose will depend on the specifics of your project. Analogue multimeters provide real-time adjustments in current and voltage, but they aren’t always straightforward to read and write information. In contrast to analogue models, digital multimeters are much simpler to read, albeit they sometimes need a few moments to stabilize before use.


Properties of a Multimeters - For picking upon the characteristics of a multimeter, it’s vital to have some understanding regarding its purpose and capabilities. Always look at the characteristics before purchasing any multimeter, such as how it will display the data, what it can measure, its speed of measurement, etc. A few digital multimeters have other functions like temperature and continuity measurement, diode testing, and so on. You can choose these metres based on your requirements.


Products and Reliability in Multimeters - After settling on a specific product, shoppers must then decide which brand they wish to support. There are various brands available in the market that offer top-quality digital multimeters. To select the right multimeter that suits your budget, you must compare multimeters from several brands as their prices range across manufacturers. Before making a purchase, it's smart to learn as much as possible about the product and the company behind it.


Ohms, Volts, and Amps - The three most basic electrical quantities may be measured with every digital multimeter: amperes, volts, and ohms. Check the DMM's specifications to be sure it has all the ranges you could need. Available ranges represent the most fundamental parameters. Before you go out and buy a digital multimeter, make sure to test it out.


Common usage - Think about if you'll be using the digital multimeter for light household tasks or more serious professional testing. Let's say your goal is to use it in a non-commercial setting, such as at home or for a pastime. If that's the case, you probably don't need a tool that's built to withstand the rigours of professional or industrial use. The cost difference between consumer-grade and professional-grade metres is significant.


Brands Selling High-Quality Multimeters

Mastech Multimeters - In addition to being a globally recognised brand, Mastech Multimeter also has over 700 local partners in different parts of the world. Each Mastech Multimeter has been rigorously tested and approved by authorities in the European Union, the United States of America, Germany, and other countries. The larger LED display and plastic shell make them easy to hold and read. The Multimeter models included in this database are capable of producing anywhere from 1999 to 4000 iterations. You can use them for extended periods of time with the help of the low battery indicator and the overload function. Among the many Mastech Multimeters available in our online store are some that feature a 1/2 LCD display.


Fluke Multimeters - The handheld variants produced by the well-known company Fluke range from basic and portable to very specialised multimeters. Fluke digital Multimeter devices have a long lifespan and do not require a high level of maintenance because they were developed with a high degree of precision by industrial-focused users. Capacitance, continuity, voltage, and resistance may all be checked with the use of the Fluke 107 Multimeters that can be purchased from this section of the internet. They have storage space and a lighted display for your information.


Meco Multimeter - When testing diodes, many people choose to utilize Meco Multimeters. They feature data hold and audible continuity. They can be used for precise measuring purposes. Capacitance, APO, audible continuity, and data hold are just a few of the things they may help you measure. Additionally, these Meco Multimeters can be used for HFE testing, auditory continuity checks, a backlit display, and a data hold function. These multimeters can be used in a commercial or manufacturing setting.


Buy Digital Multimeters for your Business from Moglix

At Moglix, the needs of customers are comprehended such that multimeters are important to daily researchers and scholars. To keep up with the evolving needs of our Indian customers, we've introduced the latest models of multimeters from the industry's most trusted names. The cost of the Multimeter has been maintained at a level that is accessible to shoppers with varying budgets. Brands, price points, and available discounts were used to divide the category into distinct subsets. You can now easily buy Multimeters, either analogue or digital multimeters (according to the nature of your work) from Moglix at competitive prices. So, select from the most recent selection provided by Moglix to gain a stress-free online shopping experience.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Multimeters

What are the four types of multimeter?

There are four different classifications for multimeters: CAT I, CAT II, CAT III, and CAT IV. Use of the proper category is crucial depending on the circuit being evaluated. Voltage, current, and resistance may all be measured with a standard digital multimeter.

Which is better digital or analog multimeter?

Due to the fact that digital multimeters are typically more accurate than their analogue counterparts, demand for analogue multimeters has decreased while digital multimeters have grown in popularity. However, compared to analogue multimeters, digital multimeters are typically significantly more expensive.

Can I use a multimeter to test for voltage less than 14 volts?

The multimeter's rating should remain between 14 and 14.5 volts when the motor is operating. Dropping below 14 indicates either a failed alternator or a weak and unstable battery for prolonged vehicle operation.

What does negative voltage mean on a multimeter?

Your leads are in the incorrect place if your multimeter registers a negative voltage. Reverse the sequence of your leads to correct this. You should place your black lead where your red lead is. Where your black lead is, your red lead should follow.