Any decent DMM has a low-battery indicator that triggers before that happens.
Sure, your DMM could be faulty, but then you'd have to have
That was one smoking mod, man!more_vampires Today, 09:32 AM
Doing the math, and using even the lowest lm/watt of mh lighting(65 lm/w), the total lumens are gonna be less than half! 80 million versus 36 millionblack_z Today, 09:27 AM
And dont forget that a digital multimeter itself has a battery. When that battery is almost dead, you get weird readings.
Anything with a
That's one of my favorite power outage giveaways. Those $2 plastic AAx2 PR led lights are a good choice, too.
...time to restock Sipik 68.
Actually, 12.6 is a fully charged 12v car Battery.black_z Today, 09:17 AM
On the PD35, it's called "low voltage warning" - the light drops down a mode, and if it's on the lowest, it flashes. It doesn't look like the1DaveN Today, 09:15 AM