No, you cannot. The DMM can only measure resistance when there is zero voltage.
Trying to measure ohms when there is voltage will not damage a Fluke
I just scored a hand me down fluke 179 multimeter. It has a resistance mode. I know I can calculate impedance using 2 voltage readings and a resistorbbb74 Today, 02:35 AM
Love the data. I'll be watching when you post more.
Wow, polarli- I've been away for a loong time, just came back for a look around. But I had to log in and comment, because I think this is one of the bestICUDoc Today, 02:10 AM
snowlover91 i have some GA,s on order from china and i will do some tailcap measurements and comparisons when they arrive. I did notice at 3.9v restingswan Today, 01:57 AM
Ordered mine on 20 Jan and received it today. Nice little light. Thanks, Dazed!GPS Rider Today, 01:46 AM