Elektor Review: Siglent Bench Multimeter SDM3045X

Elektor Review: Siglent Bench Multimeter SDM3045X

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Harry Baggen writes:

Every electronics enthusiast will have one or more multimeters. But have you ever considered purchasing a bench multimeter instead of a hand-held one? These usually offer many more features and a better display. The Siglent SDM3045X is a 4½-digit bench multimeter with a basic accuracy of 0.02% and many interface options. Here follows our impression after having tested it for a few months.

This is the ‘smallest’ bench multimeter from Siglent, out of a series of three, but apart from a fewer number of digits and a lower basic accuracy, this SDM3045X still offers the same feature set that the more expensive versions also offer. If this amount of accuracy is sufficient for you, then this model will give you the best price/performance ratio.

Elektor Review: Siglent Bench Multimeter SDM3045X – [Link]

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