Finding shorts, testing wiring and general troubleshooting is easy with the eM860T multimeter
Whether you’re diagnosing a faulty breaker in an electrical panel, a bad wire in a wall outlet or simply testing a battery, the eM860T gives you all the versatility you need.
Use this multimeter to detect shorts using the continuity function – the meter will beep when there is a short or very low resistance.
Or find a break in an extension cord with the Non-Contact Voltage Detect function. Simply run the top of the meter along the insulated cord – when the meter stops beeping you have located the break in the wires.
Avoid expensive technician bills by doing simple HVAC diagnostics yourself
Whether it’s your air conditioner or a geothermal heat pump, malfunctions can be costly and time consuming.
With the eM860T you can quickly diagnose potential problems and save money. Find and replace blown fuses, faulty start and run capacitors, and fix other minor issues and avoid unnecessary expensive service technician visits.
Diagnose automotive electrical systems and easily test your battery, fuses, lights, fan motor and more with the ennoLogic eM860T Multimeter
This multimeter can measure DC voltages very accurately and with auto-ranging, so getting into the electrical system of your car is a simple as setting the device to the DC Voltage function, plugging in your test leads and taking measurements.
Whether your windshield wiper motor isn’t working or one of your tail lights is out, or a door switch has gone intermittent, use the wiring diagram for your car and test at various locations in the circuit between your battery and the faulty component to narrow down where the problem is. Use the Voltage measurement function to find where a circuit loses power, and use Ohm and Continuity checker functions to find shorted, broken or corroded wires.
Another feature of the eM860T multimeter that comes in handy when troubleshooting cars is its ability to measure temperatures. Plug in the included temperature probe, and measure the temperature of your AC, coolant hose, muffler and other components. If attaching the probe to the component you want to measure is difficult you can use a non-contact thermometer instead that makes this task a lot easier.
Quick and Easy
- Install the batteries
- Press the Power button
- Select your measurement function
- Plug in the test leads
- Connect the leads to your test circuit
- In seconds you’re measuring whatever it is you need to measure safely, accurately and quickly. So simple even a novice can use it!