How to Measure Milliamps?


To measure milliamps, use a digital multi-meter. Make sure that the circuit is neither open nor short. Check whether there the circuital elements are properly connected, and if the voltage is being applied. Set the multi-meter to milliamps and connect it between the points whose current is to be measured.
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1. Measure the current in a circuit by opening it and inserting a multimeter. If this is a one-time measurement that will not be repeated, simply use a soldering iron to lift one
very CAREFULLY You must start at the high level and step down. otherwise permanent damages to the meter will be evident.
100 mA of course. You cannot use 10 mA because it will be over the range and the higher ranges are not accurate at 90 mA.
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