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It is easy to set up and measure the voltage. The power supply is AC resource. You can follow my step to do;
 
1. Turn to AC mode position on the meter. If you have a multimeter has auto detection function, you don't need to do this step.
 
2. First, use two probe plug in two holes of the power supply.
 
3. The monitor will show a value of AC voltage. If the source does not havhave power. It has not value.
3. The monitor will show a value of AC voltage. If the source does not havhave power. It has not value.
 
That's it .
 
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Original post by: Jose ,

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It is easy to set up and measure the voltage. The power supply is AC resource. You can follow my step to do;

1. Turn to AC mode position on the meter. If you have a multimeter has auto detection function, you don't need to do this step.

2. First, use two probe plug in two holes of the power supply.

3. The monitor will show a value of  AC voltage. If the source does not hav power. It has not value.

That's it .

<a href="http://eztoolhub.com/best-digital-multimeter-reviews/

">read more function in here.</a>

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