The Brymen BM789 multimeter is a new series of multimeters in the Brymen line-up. It is perfect for customers who want more function out of their multimeters. These functions include low impedance, dBm power, and DC Loop Current 4 - 20 mA measurements. It comes with a True-RMS function, which can help with measuring non-sinusoidal signals correctly. With a CATIII 1000V and a CATIV 600V rating, the meter is very robust. Not only is it possible to measure the common DC and AC voltage/current signals, but is also suited for frequency, capacitance, resistance, duty cycles, and temperature measurements. On top of that, the Brymen is also capable of measuring AC+DC signals, diodes, and preform NCV tests. It has overload protection as well.
This multimeter also has a more economical variant with fewer functions. Namely, the Brymen BM785 multimeter. The BM785 does not have a dBm measurement, low impedance mode, DC Loop Current 4 - 20 mA verification, and a temperature measurement.
|Range and accuracies|
|Measurement category||1 KV CAT III 600 V CAT IV|
|Input impedance||10 MΩ, 75 pF|
|Continuity check||between 100 Ω and 420 Ω|
|Display (update rate)||LCD display, 4 - 5/6 digits (max. 5 per second), 31 Segment Bar-graph (max. 50 per second), auto-ranging|
|Counts||60 000 counts|
|Power||3 x 1.5V AAA alkaline battery|
|Special features||AutoHold; VFD; BeepLitTM Continuity; Record MAX, MIN, & AVG readings; Crest (Instantaneous Peak hold) MAX & MIN readings; Relative Zero mode; Data Hold; BeepJack™ audible & visible input warning; 4 - 20mA loop current readings; T1-T2 differential temperature readings; dBm readings, Automatic polarity, Diode test, NCV|
|Dimensions||193 x 89 x 51 mm|
The Brymen BM789 multimeter comes with:
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