The Mooshimeter is a multi-channel circuit testing meter that uses your smartphone or tablet, through Bluetooth 4.0, as a wireless, high-resolution graphical display. Safely measure 600 V and 10 A with 24 bit resolution from up to 150 feet away while logging results for up to 6 months.
• Connects to iOS or Android
• Measures voltage, current, resistance, temperature
• Measures 2 channels at once
• Logs to SD card (not included) for up to 6 months
• 24 bit precision gives you sensitivity to see small changes
• Accessory kit included
• 2x AA batteries
• 3x 10 A / 600 V CATIII Test Leads
• 3x Slide on Alligator Clips
• Tool Case
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Elektor is right -- this device is robust, easy to use, and versatile. Glad to have one and can't wait to see what more I can do with it.
Everybody seems to talk about the 24 bit A to D. Believe me that potential is not very interesting for a multimeter (the last 12 bits are all to do with the way you connect it!). However the Mooshimeter is a great instrument and going to change how we trouble shoot problems in the real world. This is because with the Mooshimeter you log everything you do and can log it continuously for the next 24 hours or days or more, with no special effort (or even staying out of your bed), it is small but robust, it has two channels and it is dead easy to use without an instruction manual. I would like to see the software include the possibility of reading the log files remotely and not have to take out the micro SD card for reading. I would like to see the possibility of measuring capacitance since after 65 years of using multi-meters I have got used to the modern inclusion of capacitance measurement in digital instruments, modern components are so small one needs to use a magnifier for nearly everything and that is assuming the value is actually written on it. I see a market for all sorts of adaptors to allow the device be used in all sorts of interesting projects and lots of special software covering newly invented measurement configurations. It is simply the best gadget I have bought in the last 20 years - and I have bought a lot!
Agree with review in elektor. Great little device, well worth the price and the effort to learn it.