Amprobe 4394419 AM-420 Residential Digital Multimeter *DISCONTINUED*

    By Amprobe | Mfr#: 4394419 | Tiger#: TS55364


    • Choice of 2 packages
    • Measures voltage, DC current, resistance, continuity, diode test and battery test
    • Voltage range up to 250 volts
    • DC current range up to 200 mA
    • Audible continuity
    • Manual ranging
    • Battery life up to 100 hours
    • Certification: cCSAus and CE
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    Overview for Amprobe 4394419 AM-420 Residential Digital Multimeter

    The Amprobe AM-420 Residential Digital Multimeter is a compact and efficient testing device that is designed for residential electrical testing applications including measuring voltage in receptacles, switches, extension cords and light fixtures. It can also be used to troubleshoot light bulbs and fuses using the continuity function and it checks 1.5-volt and nine-volt batteries. With a safety rating of CAT II 250 V, the AM-420 can precisely measure voltage, DC current, resistance, continuity, diode test and battery test.

    This Amprobe residential multimeter has a voltage range of up to 250 volts and a DC current range of up to 200 milliamps. Featuring an audible continuity, the AM-420 multimeter beeps when the flow reaches a range of less than or equal to ten ohms. It also comes with a Data hold mode and is manual-ranging for a hassle-free operation.

    The Amprobe AM-420 multimeter uses the standard nine-volt alkaline battery that runs up to 100 hours with typical use. Also, it boasts a large LCD display that displays up to 1,999 counts. As an additional feature, The Amprobe AM-420 adheres to the cCSAus and CE certifications.

    The PK-110 includes a nine-volt battery, VP-1000 Non-Contact Voltage Detector, and ST-102B Socket Tester with GFCI. The Amprobe VP-1000 locates AC voltage without interrupting electrical systems and the Amprobe ST-102B tests if electrical receptacles or outlets are properly wired.