- 7 function/19 ranges
- Tests AC or DC voltage to 1000 volts
- DC current to 10 amps
- Resistance to 10 MEGOHM
- Decibels from -8 to + 62DB
- 1.5V and 9 volt battery sensitivity
- Audible continuity check
- Includes test leads. battery and instructions
- Fuse protected circuit
- One year limited warranty
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- Easy to Use
- General use
Comments about GB ELECTRICAL GB® Analog Multi-Tester (GMT-319):
I mostly use digital since my needs requires very good accuracy in reading results. However, there are times when nothing beats a good analog meter. This meter functions very nicely, has an easy to read display, and is surprisingly accurate. This one is very accurate in all settings except the 10vdc scale. For some reason it reads accurate up to 2vdc and then it is off a little from then on. I simply use the 50vdc scale and if it requires greater accuracy, I go digital. It is a good meter for the price and for general all around use.