The 10 Amp range terminals connect directly to a heavy-duty shunt, no fuse is involved........
Hello,I have a question about the current measuring with a DMM.I know that if I expect higher current than 200mA, I should use the 10AMPS plug otherwise, it might burn the multimeter, but would happen if I connect correctly to 10AMPS and choose in the dial the wrong range (200mA for example), it will only show "Over" or a damage might happen?Thanks
Always leave a multimeter with the probes plugged into the voltage input and set to a voltagereading or off, then you can't accidentally damage anything with it.
This is a bit of a generalisation. My Fluke has a 10A fuse (and they are expensive to buy!)Weedpharma
Wouldn't it make more sense if the designers would make the Volts plug unactive in case of choosing amps in the dial (or make the amps plug unactive in case of choosing volts in the dial)?