• Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
  • Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
  • Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
  • Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
  • Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
  • Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter
Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter

Mastech MS8268 Series Digital AC/DC Auto/Manual Range Digital Multimeter

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  • AC/dc 1000V/10a 200Khz 200Uf 40Mohm relative measurement hfe diode check continuity
  • LED/sound warning when incorrect banana jacks are used relative to function switch setting
  • Auto and manual ranging with relative measurement (all ranges except frequency)
  • All range fused (resettable) with 1 year warranty
  • Auto power off (could be disabled) & blue LED back-lit lcd display

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It's fine for a casual like me It's fine for a casual like me. If you need something high-end then drop the money on a Fluke.PROsIt has nearly every feature I need in a multimeter at a great price.It seems to be very accurate and precise.The construction is great for the price. It does not feel flimsy.If the leads are in the incorrect places for the selected test, it will flash to let you know.CONsIt's slow. Some tests take several seconds to give results. This is problematic when I'm trying to hold the leads steady on tiny SMDs.Continuity testing is particularly slow and takes a long time to reach zero. This is a problem since it's one of the most basic tests. When I clip the probes to two test points and set the continuity to beep, it often crackles leading me to believe that it has trouble making solid contact. My other meter with even cheaper probes doesn't have this problem.The hold is manual. Again, this is problematic with precision work since I don't have 3 hands. 4I really like it. You can store the leads flat on the back. I am very happy with this meter. I was pleasantly surprised that the size is larger than I expected and heftier than expected.At first I wondered why the lead sockets lit up - but found that those lights go out when you plug the leads all the way in securely.Another very nice feature is the molded-in test-lead holders on the back. The holders even have a slot that accepts the flared part of the leads, so you can actually store the test leads on the meter, and the leads do not get all knotted up.The autorange feature simplifies operation. To get a beeping continuity check, just turn the switch 2 clicks to the right, then press the 'Select' button once.Almost all my use consists of checking to see if power is present (12 VDC or 120 VAC or 240 VAC) working around the house or car or boat - or checking for continuity of wires - to track wires, so I have not checked for small errors in its accuracy. 5A great tool to learn with or for occasional use on small circuits It's a great multimeter for a beginner if you take the time to read and follow instructions which are quite detailed. The lighted display is great. I hooked it up improperly to my motorcycle and the fuse in the multimeter blew which saved damaging the tool and maybe the bike. I went to Ace Hardware and bought a 5 x 20 mm 10 amp Buss fuse for microwave ovens to replace the burnt fuse and it works perfectly. The fuse is a bit difficult to remove from the multimeter. I looped a 4" zip tie under it and pulled while twisting a narrow screwdriver blade to pry the contacts apart on one end and it came out safely with no damage. The new fuse snapped right in. I have no complaints at all. Buy with confidence. One thing to keep in mind is this multimeter is only rated for a max 10 amps. Some circuits on a car or bike are higher than that. It works great for measuring extremely low current like LEDs or even much lower. Micro Amps, if you have a need to measure that. 5Not all functions work after a year. Purchased a little over a year ago and mainly used it for voltage measurements and continuity checks. Tried to use it today on the higher ohm settings and it reads 0000 with no leads connected. I hadn't tried to use that function before so I don't know if it ever worked. Also tried to read a capacitor yesterday and it was no where near the correct reading. Too bad, they went to a lot of trouble to package it with all the bells and whistles but not much good if it quits after a year. Should have known, you get what you pay for. 1One thing I hope is just a quirk I really like this meter's precision and accuracy. I like its many features and its ease and efficiency of use on my bench and out in the field. My meter has a characteristic that is worrying me though: when I first turn it on - either to the right or left - the meter is dead and no amount of waiting will cause it to come to life. If I turn it off and then turn it on again, it springs immediately to life. If this is a normal characteristic of the meter, I can live with it, but I am worried that this might be an indication of an impending failure. I guess that time will tell, and in the meantime I'll enjoy using the meter. 4Not that accurate and has several aggravating features For the price this thing is, its not that much better than much cheaper offerings elsewhere. Other people seem to like it so I'll just list the problems I've had.When I push the 'Light' button, I want the light to stay on until I say it can turn off. Instead, I push it and it stays on for about 10 seconds before fading back to darkness, at the very least I shouldn't need to push this button more often than once a minute. (This is not an exaggeration, I have it sitting next to me and I just counted)The measurements drift a lot when not connected to anything, this isn't necessarily a problem but it's a symptom of the poor build quality. When you do connect it to a circuit, it takes several seconds to stabilize and read which just makes it irritating to use.There is no max function, by which I mean a way to measure the maximum DC voltage reached in a transient. I'm not expecting oscilloscope level accuracy, but something that can tell me if I am hitting 10V or 100V would be great. 2Use it professionally I'm pretty impressed with this multimeter. Like most technicians that buy their own tools if I bought name brand tools every time I wouldnt be able to afford to work. I've been using this meter for about a year fairly heavily. I work primarily on diesel generators so I need a meter that does frequency. I haven't had any problems with it. My only gripes are that you have to press an extra button to get it to beep during a continuity test which is kind of annoying. It also sometimes does weird things while autoranging. Overall though for the price range it cannot be beat. I've used this thing in the dirt and rain, dropped it on concrete and had it bouncing around in a service truck and it continues to tick. I recommend it. 4Annoying, but gets the work done Worth the price, but frustrating:- Most annoying issue: Auto-shutdown is 15 minutes, no matter what. During long hours of debugging I need to constantly re-start it.- Doesn't zero-out by itself - fluctuates around 50-150mV. Once a low impedance voltage source is connected at the input it measures it correctly, but it's still confusing and annoying.- Display update is slow. If you have poor connections where you want a quick read because things are shaky, you'll never get that readout - it will just go up and down, waiting for a solid connection for at least 1-2 seconds before getting a reliable readout.- Need to confirm this (only changed batteries once) - looks like it eats batteries relatively fast.Does the job, but I don't like it.Less demanding users might never notice the issues I enumerated - depends on how it's used. 3Great meter great price! Very happy with my purchase! I purchased this recently to Aiden working on my electronic project. My old RadioShack which is probably a 30-year-old dinosaur finally died, I have to give it credit for lasting that long! This new meter was above and beyond my expectations, I was a bit setback at first at the size of the thing as it will barely fit in my back pocket! However the finer points. It looks like it's built like a tank and could take quite a lot of wear and tear, however do try not to drop it! It does everything I needed to do other than clean my house! This is a very fine electronic meter and a very fine price! 51st impression is that it has the features of multimeters costing far more. This is a quick review of this new multimeter that I just received. I have some basic electronic knowledge. Very basic. I needed a good multimeter that would measure more then battery power or household power. I recently started working with building some hobby electronics. I did multiple searches on Amazon for multimeters with the features that I am needing. Did I say that I am on a budget, at least compared to what a professional electrician spends on a multimeter.The result is that I've purchased 2 other multimeters in the past 2 months. The 1st was about the same prince as this one, but was very cheaply made. Nor could I get a good reading out of it.The 2nd was in the $10 range and was better built then the 1st. But it didn't have the features that I needed, and some of the features on it didn't work. I probably could have made do with it though.But then I noticed this one. This one has all of the features that I need and more. I seriously suspect that this one would satisfy a professional electrician. I just opened the box and have been checking it out this evening, but it seems to be very accurate. As far as I can tell so far, it is equal to meters costing 4 to 6 times more, and more then meets my needs. At least that is my 1st impression. 5
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It's fine for a casual like me It's fine for a casual like me. If you need something high-end then drop the money on a Fluke.PROsIt has nearly every feature I need in a multimeter at a great price.It seems to be very accurate and precise.The construction is great for the price. It does not feel flimsy.If the leads are in the incorrect places for the selected test, it will flash to let you know.CONsIt's slow. Some tests take several seconds to give results. This is problematic when I'm trying to hold the leads steady on tiny SMDs.Continuity testing is particularly slow and takes a long time to reach zero. This is a problem since it's one of the most basic tests. When I clip the probes to two test points and set the continuity to beep, it often crackles leading me to believe that it has trouble making solid contact. My other meter with even cheaper probes doesn't have this problem.The hold is manual. Again, this is problematic with precision work since I don't have 3 hands. 4I really like it. You can store the leads flat on the back. I am very happy with this meter. I was pleasantly surprised that the size is larger than I expected and heftier than expected.At first I wondered why the lead sockets lit up - but found that those lights go out when you plug the leads all the way in securely.Another very nice feature is the molded-in test-lead holders on the back. The holders even have a slot that accepts the flared part of the leads, so you can actually store the test leads on the meter, and the leads do not get all knotted up.The autorange feature simplifies operation. To get a beeping continuity check, just turn the switch 2 clicks to the right, then press the 'Select' button once.Almost all my use consists of checking to see if power is present (12 VDC or 120 VAC or 240 VAC) working around the house or car or boat - or checking for continuity of wires - to track wires, so I have not checked for small errors in its accuracy. 5A great tool to learn with or for occasional use on small circuits It's a great multimeter for a beginner if you take the time to read and follow instructions which are quite detailed. The lighted display is great. I hooked it up improperly to my motorcycle and the fuse in the multimeter blew which saved damaging the tool and maybe the bike. I went to Ace Hardware and bought a 5 x 20 mm 10 amp Buss fuse for microwave ovens to replace the burnt fuse and it works perfectly. The fuse is a bit difficult to remove from the multimeter. I looped a 4" zip tie under it and pulled while twisting a narrow screwdriver blade to pry the contacts apart on one end and it came out safely with no damage. The new fuse snapped right in. I have no complaints at all. Buy with confidence. One thing to keep in mind is this multimeter is only rated for a max 10 amps. Some circuits on a car or bike are higher than that. It works great for measuring extremely low current like LEDs or even much lower. Micro Amps, if you have a need to measure that. 5Not all functions work after a year. Purchased a little over a year ago and mainly used it for voltage measurements and continuity checks. Tried to use it today on the higher ohm settings and it reads 0000 with no leads connected. I hadn't tried to use that function before so I don't know if it ever worked. Also tried to read a capacitor yesterday and it was no where near the correct reading. Too bad, they went to a lot of trouble to package it with all the bells and whistles but not much good if it quits after a year. Should have known, you get what you pay for. 1One thing I hope is just a quirk I really like this meter's precision and accuracy. I like its many features and its ease and efficiency of use on my bench and out in the field. My meter has a characteristic that is worrying me though: when I first turn it on - either to the right or left - the meter is dead and no amount of waiting will cause it to come to life. If I turn it off and then turn it on again, it springs immediately to life. If this is a normal characteristic of the meter, I can live with it, but I am worried that this might be an indication of an impending failure. I guess that time will tell, and in the meantime I'll enjoy using the meter. 4Not that accurate and has several aggravating features For the price this thing is, its not that much better than much cheaper offerings elsewhere. Other people seem to like it so I'll just list the problems I've had.When I push the 'Light' button, I want the light to stay on until I say it can turn off. Instead, I push it and it stays on for about 10 seconds before fading back to darkness, at the very least I shouldn't need to push this button more often than once a minute. (This is not an exaggeration, I have it sitting next to me and I just counted)The measurements drift a lot when not connected to anything, this isn't necessarily a problem but it's a symptom of the poor build quality. When you do connect it to a circuit, it takes several seconds to stabilize and read which just makes it irritating to use.There is no max function, by which I mean a way to measure the maximum DC voltage reached in a transient. I'm not expecting oscilloscope level accuracy, but something that can tell me if I am hitting 10V or 100V would be great. 2Use it professionally I'm pretty impressed with this multimeter. Like most technicians that buy their own tools if I bought name brand tools every time I wouldnt be able to afford to work. I've been using this meter for about a year fairly heavily. I work primarily on diesel generators so I need a meter that does frequency. I haven't had any problems with it. My only gripes are that you have to press an extra button to get it to beep during a continuity test which is kind of annoying. It also sometimes does weird things while autoranging. Overall though for the price range it cannot be beat. I've used this thing in the dirt and rain, dropped it on concrete and had it bouncing around in a service truck and it continues to tick. I recommend it. 4Annoying, but gets the work done Worth the price, but frustrating:- Most annoying issue: Auto-shutdown is 15 minutes, no matter what. During long hours of debugging I need to constantly re-start it.- Doesn't zero-out by itself - fluctuates around 50-150mV. Once a low impedance voltage source is connected at the input it measures it correctly, but it's still confusing and annoying.- Display update is slow. If you have poor connections where you want a quick read because things are shaky, you'll never get that readout - it will just go up and down, waiting for a solid connection for at least 1-2 seconds before getting a reliable readout.- Need to confirm this (only changed batteries once) - looks like it eats batteries relatively fast.Does the job, but I don't like it.Less demanding users might never notice the issues I enumerated - depends on how it's used. 3Great meter great price! Very happy with my purchase! I purchased this recently to Aiden working on my electronic project. My old RadioShack which is probably a 30-year-old dinosaur finally died, I have to give it credit for lasting that long! This new meter was above and beyond my expectations, I was a bit setback at first at the size of the thing as it will barely fit in my back pocket! However the finer points. It looks like it's built like a tank and could take quite a lot of wear and tear, however do try not to drop it! It does everything I needed to do other than clean my house! This is a very fine electronic meter and a very fine price! 51st impression is that it has the features of multimeters costing far more. This is a quick review of this new multimeter that I just received. I have some basic electronic knowledge. Very basic. I needed a good multimeter that would measure more then battery power or household power. I recently started working with building some hobby electronics. I did multiple searches on Amazon for multimeters with the features that I am needing. Did I say that I am on a budget, at least compared to what a professional electrician spends on a multimeter.The result is that I've purchased 2 other multimeters in the past 2 months. The 1st was about the same prince as this one, but was very cheaply made. Nor could I get a good reading out of it.The 2nd was in the $10 range and was better built then the 1st. But it didn't have the features that I needed, and some of the features on it didn't work. I probably could have made do with it though.But then I noticed this one. This one has all of the features that I need and more. I seriously suspect that this one would satisfy a professional electrician. I just opened the box and have been checking it out this evening, but it seems to be very accurate. As far as I can tell so far, it is equal to meters costing 4 to 6 times more, and more then meets my needs. At least that is my 1st impression. 5
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