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当前版本: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
What are you trying to measure?
 
What meter are you using?
 
Have you used a multimeter before?
 
If not, have you read the User manual?
 
It sounds as though you are measuring resistance (in Ohms) not voltage.
 
You won't read any voltage in water to easily.
 
Check what measuring scale the meter is set to. Is it VDC or VAC or Ohms? What is the make and model number of the meter that you are using?
Check what measuring scale the meter is set to. Is it VDC or VAC or Ohms? What is the make and model number of the meter that you are using?
 
The resistance reading will vary depending on the conductivity of the material that you have connected between the meter's test leads.

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编辑: jayeff ,

文本:

Hi,
 
What are you trying to measure?
 
What meter are you using?
 
Have you used a multimeter before?
 
If not, have you read the User manual?
 
It sounds as though you are measuring resistance (in Ohms) not voltage.
 
You won't read any voltage in water to easily.
 
Check what scale the meter is set to. Is it V DCVDC or V ACVAC or Ohms.Ohms?
Check what scale the meter is set to. Is it V DCVDC or V ACVAC or Ohms.Ohms?
 
The resistance reading will vary depending on the conductivity of the material that you have connected between the meter's test leads.

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原帖由: jayeff ,

文本:

Hi,

What are you trying to measure?

What meter are you using?

Have you used a multimeter before?

If not, have you read the User manual?

It sounds as though you are measuring resistance (in Ohms) not voltage.

You won't read any voltage in water to easily.

Check what scale the meter is set to. Is it V DC or V AC or Ohms.

The resistance reading will vary depending on the conductivity of the material that you have connected between the meter's test leads.

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