Multimeter adapter that transforms any multimeter into a precision milliohm meter and debugger.
Notice that your multimeter is useless when measuring small resistances, like connectors or tracks. So did I, so I built this: 1% precise, small and cheap adapter for you. Ultra useful for finding position of shorts on your board.
No batteries are included because it is not allowed to post anything containing lithium.
I watched a video about debugging a short circuit with precise multimeter. Direction of shorted place can be found by comparing resistances in different places. I wanted to debug like that too and also measure resistances of wires and connectors, but all cheap multimeters measure only down to 0.1Ω. This prompted me to make a simple adapter for all multimeters.
Small size and best price for small resistance measurement.
Josh | June 10, 2016
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I am an computer engineer from Tartu, Estonia. During the day I design hardware for robots, drones and consumer products. During the evenings I enjoy building open source hardware projects.