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ToolSmart™ Bluetooth Connected Digital Multimeter - TS04

The ToolSmart™ Digital Multimeter reads voltage, current, resistance, temperature, and more with turn of the dial. It also allows a smartphone to serve as a second viewing screen in case conditions are dark, or there’s more than one person on the job. All data goes directly from the meter to the FREE ToolSmart™ smartphone app.



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ToolSmart Bluetooth Connected Digital Multimeter 


  • Quickly save your readings to the FREE ToolSmart™ app on your phone
  • Turn the dial to easily read AC/DC voltage, AC/DC current, resistance, temperature, and more…
  • Conveniently use your phone as a second screen for easier visibility in dark environments  & simplify two person jobs
  • Organize your findings by project to increase your productivity
  • Integrated Non-contact voltage (NCV) detector
  • ETL certified safe for CAT III 600V use



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TS04 ToolSmart Digital Multimeter Manual

    • Weight
      1 lbs
    • SKU
      TS04
  • AC Voltage
    0 to 4V/40V/400V/600V
  • DC Voltage
    0 to 400mV/4V/40V/400V/600V
  • Weight
    8.2 oz. (232g)
  • Power Source
    (1) “9V” battery (included)
  • AC Voltage Measurement Accuracy/Resolution:
    ±(1% of reading + 10 digits)/1mV
  • DC Voltage Measurement Accuracy/Resolution:
    ±(0.8% of reading + 5 digits) in 600V range; ±(0.5% of reading + 2 digits) in other ranges/0.1mV
  • Resistance Measurement Ranges:
    0 to 400Ω/4kΩ/40kΩ/400Ω/4MΩ/40MΩ
  • Temperature Measurement Range:
    -4º to 1832ºF (-20º to 1000ºC)

Product questions

  • Mike Summers
    01/27/2020, 03:31 PM

    On the tool smart battery tester with the dial, what dial setting that I put it on to test a 12 V battery?

    Administrator
    01/27/2020, 03:57 PM

    Turn the rotary switch to the auto range position. By default, doing so will prepare the DMM to measure DC rather than AC voltage, indicated by the presence of the DC icon at the lower left of the LCD.
    Plug the black test lead into the front-panel COM jack and the red test lead into the TEMP jack. Touch the black test lead to the negative post, and the red test lead to the positive post.
    Read the measured voltage on the display.If the test leads are reversed a minus sign will appear at the left of the readout.