Multimeter meaning

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An instrument that combines an ammeter, an ohmmeter, a voltmeter, and occasionally other measurement or testing devices into one unit.
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An electrical measuring device that combines an ammeter, an ohmmeter, a voltmeter, and occasionally other measurement or testing devices into one unit.
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An instrument for measuring electricity (volts, amps, ohms) that is widely used and available in numerous shapes and sizes. An analog multimeter displays results by moving a pointer across a printed scale. The movement of the pointer helps to show gradual changes, but is less precise than its digital counterpart. A digital multimeter (DMM) displays the exact measurement on a numeric LCD or LED readout.
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