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- December 5, 2018 at 12:00 pm #19991AnonymousInactive
I am not seeing AC voltage. I have tested what looks like a fuse I test for continuity and I see .001k when it’s disconnected from the Mooshimeter. I have AC voltage selected and Manual 600V.
The voltage you see in this image is floating. Do you have any idea why I can’t measure 120v AC?
- December 5, 2018 at 12:15 pm #19992AnonymousInactive
You have samples set to manual 32. Auto offers 256.
If i assume (60 Hz?) and calculate right, your settings let mooshimeter see about half of the sine wave you are measuring.
If you set samples to automatic (or just 256) there would be almost 4 full waves to analyze per round. Should give better results then.
- December 5, 2018 at 2:12 pm #19993AnonymousInactive
That solved the problem. Thank you very much for catching that and taking the time to respond to me.
I don’t understand how to test the fuse. On a normal fuse I see full continuity when the fuse is not connected to the device. I have done searches for the correct way to test this fuse and can’t find anything.
Why do I see a resistance when testing this fuse?
- December 6, 2018 at 8:39 am #19997AnonymousInactive
Easiest way to check mooshimeters (or almost any multimeter) high current fuse is to set your device on resistance and short ohm and A-connectors with your probe(s).
Like there, on page 17:
Mooshimeter can’t give very accurate values near zero, but it’s not that common for these better fuses to show couple ohms when failed. If you get some ohms, there is more likely problem with your probes or meter calibration etc. I just tried my mooshimeter and it said negative 0,5 ohms, which would be impossible. I assume that everything is ok.
That fuse is only for current measurements, so it can’t affect resistance or voltage.