The VOM has the higher loading effect, because it has a lower impedance. It is typical for a VOM to have an impedance of 20K ohms per volt while the DMM has a fixed impedance of 10M ohms or 20M ohms.
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You can use the DMM to test continuity in the cable.
First of all, DMM stands for Digital Multimeter. The -multi implies the meter measures several different parameters, usually voltage, current, resistance, and sometimes other things such as frequency. The input characteristics of a DMM will be very different depending on the parameter selected. For current, the ideal meter would have zero input resistance. Since the ammeter is inserted in series with the circuit under test, any resistance will alter the measured current, introducing error in the measurement.
A typical Digital Multimeter (DMM) will measure resistance, voltage and current. Resistance and voltage are measured by putting the DMM in parallel with the element(s) you are measuring. Current is measured by putting the DMM in series with the element(s).
With a DMM (Digital Multi Meter)
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Yes. There is a sign of Speaker/sound on a side DMM. Move the knob of DMM on that symbol. Now connect one prob of the DMM on one circuit element & one under that(If you are designing the circuit on PCB or plain board). If a sound come out of that then it means that your circuit element & the portion below that are properly connected.
When testing a diode with dmm in diode test mode 0.6v is delivered through the device to indicate continuity
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With a DMM on the Ohm scale or a continuity tester
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Digital Volt Meter (DMM)
Electricians use a clamp or clamp-on ammeter to measure current. The handles are squeezed together and the "jaws" open up. The clamp is then slipped over the conductor and the handles are released. The "jaws" close around the conductor and the meter is then in a position to measure current in that conductor. When current flows in a conductor, the current generates a magnetic field around the conductor. And the clamp-on ammeter can "feel" the current and measure it, thus permitting an investigator to know how much current is flowing in that conductor. The clamp-on ammeter is a stand-alone meter, but can sometimes be the kind that is plugged into a digital multimeter (DMM). A link to the Wikipedia article on the clamp ammeter is provided.
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The following procedure tests for a short to voltage in a circuit.1. Set the rotary dial of the DMM to the V(DC) position.2. Connect the positive lead of the DMM to 1 end of the circuit to be tested.3. Connect the negative lead of the DMM to a good ground.4. Turn ON the ignition and operate all accessories.5. If the voltage measured is greater than 1 volt there is a short to voltage in the circuit.
With an unknown voltage you should start out with the highest voltage setting on the meter. Doing this reduces the risk of "pegging" out the needle on an analog gauge or overloading the input of a DMM. Most DMM's are auto-ranging though.
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There are some applications where using an ammeter is the only way to troubleshoot a problem without tearing apart the entire circuit. It is the only meter setting on the DMM used while the circuit is energized. After calculating the amperage that should flow through the circuit by measuring ohms and volts, an ammeter directly shows any "tell tale" discrepancies between calculated amps and actual amps. Example: In theatre lighting, a volt meter reads 110V on a power circuit, and an ohmmeter reads close to 0 when measuring across a lamp's power connector leads; yet, when connected, the lamp won't light and the breaker doesn't trip. In theory, 110V across a lamp reading 0 ohms should light the lamp. A quick bit of minor surgury and a measure with the ammeter "tells the tale" that very little current is flowing; therefore, one of the digital dimmer packs has probably gone bad -- it will provide a phantom power of 110V with little current. Without the ammeter, one would have to waste time troubleshooting the dimmer itself.
Assuming the DMM is rated to test diodes (not all are), meaning that it presents more than forward drop voltage to the diode, a shorted diode will test nearly zero ohms, usually in both directions.