Fieldpiece HS36 is a CAT111 True RMS Stick Meter

Our top of the line True RMS Stick Meter, the HS36 includes the ranges you use every day for HVAC/R field service plus includes a bright blue backlight and True RMS.
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Fieldpiece HS36

 

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Our HS36 is a CAT 111 top of the line True RMS Stick Meter, the HS36 includes the ranges you use every day for HVAC/R field service plus includes a bright blue backlight and True RMS. Like the rest of the HS30 series, the HS36 comes equipped with a magnetic hanger, along with detachable silicone test leads and alligator clip probe tips for remote and easy one-handed testing, as well as the full set of built-in safety features.  This auto-ranging stick meter also includes a bar graph on the LCD for an analog feel. Technicians who prefer our expandable stick meters tell us this is the best digital multimeter for HVAC/R field Service.

 

How Does it Work?

The HS36 works with all Fieldpiece accessory heads enabling the user to test a wider variety of parameters from a single meter. All this plus the removable tip test leads and alligator probe extensions make safe one-handed testing a snap.  True RMS allows you to test true voltage and amperage on non-sinusoidal waveform lines such as those found on variable speed fan motors and more. As with all electrical testing, please read the Operator’s Manual and associated safety practices thoroughly before testing and adhere to industry best practices for safety when testing any current carrying device.

Watch the HS36 video now for an explanation of how it works and its features and benefits:

Fieldpiece HS36 Stick Meter

Auto Ranging
The HS36 is an auto ranging meter and is very accurate. For this reason, when you switch to a position on the meter that auto ranges, you’re likely to see movement on the display. For example, when the dial is turned to VAC the meter will drop to the millivolts range and you’ll see an “m” on the bottom of the LCD signifying a millivolt reading. The meter is picking up very low transient voltages in the air. Close the circuit by touching the leads together away from a voltage source. You’ll see the meter zero or a very small, stable millivolt reading.

Selecting Ranges
For DC voltage, set the meter to the VDC parameter instead of VAC (shown below). For all ranges choose a range just above the value you expect. If display reads “OL” (overload), select a higher range. If display shows less than three numbers, select a lower range for better resolution.


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