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A multimeter isa versatile tool for measuring voltage and current. Electricians usemultimeters to measure alternating current, or AC, and direct current, or DC,voltages and currents. Many multimeters also measure resistance, capacitanceand temperature. For example, an electrician uses the multimeter's AC voltagesetting to determine if a wall outlet has power or if a power supply isfunctioning. This knowledge helps the electrician pinpoint the cause of anelectrical problem and select the appropriate repair.
Plugthe black voltage probe into the voltmeter jack marked "COM."
Plugthe red voltage probe into the voltmeter jack marked "V."
Rotatethe range selector knob to the highest range setting, which is marked"VAC."
Turnthe voltmeter on. Slide the power switch to the "ON" position.
Touchthe probes to the device for which you measure the AC voltage. Use extremecaution. Ensure that the probes do not come into contact with anything but thesurface you are measuring.
Readthe voltmeter's display. Turn the range selector knob to a lower range ifvoltage is less than the currently selected range
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