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Old 09-09-2009, 02:17 PM   #81
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I don't know how to exactly define a DMM, but the T+ Pro comes close.
DMM stands for Digital Multi-Meter. Meaning is performs multiple functions in one unit. How many functions do you need before you consider yourself a DMM is up for debate. But, most DMM's will measure voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, and frequency. A T+ Pro only measures voltage and resistance. It's more than 1, so it could be a "multi" meter. But, that is a stretch.

However, most electrictians only need voltage, resistance, and current. For current, you need more than a DMM can give, so you have a clamp for that. So, a T+ Pro covers the needs of many.
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Dude,

Do you just like arguing, or what? You seem very capable of researching the differences, and appear to already know them, so why ask me the difference?
DUDE!!!

You seem to be the one incapable of having a conversation. There is a big difference between discussing something and arguing. Not everything has to go your way, some people have different opinions. Pull your panties out of your crack and get with the program!
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