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Any recommendations for a multimeter that excels at measuring low frequency ie..10Hz-100Hz ?
Based on this specificatikn alone, a great deal of handheld multimeters work very well at 100Hz, but your lower range is the problem as the vast majority is specified up to around 30 or 40Hz.Any recommendations for a multimeter that excels at measuring low frequency ie..10Hz-100Hz ?
Fluke 87V has a specified bandwidth of 5kHz, unspecified up to 20kHz, not 200kHz. Also, the lower range specified is 30Hz, thus above the OP's range. Regardless, it is a good multimeter but it will be overpriced for the application if maximum safety is not needed.You'll never be unhappy with a Fluke 87v.
0.5Hz to 200kHz (per specification) but can measure higher frequencies (up to 1.5MHz) if input voltage is 7 to 20v p-p
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