I think you are right. But I will not put a 25 amp. fuse in my MultiMeter. To easy to destroy it completely.
I will just forget about the amp. until I find a clamp meter. I already have a very good one but it is measuring only ac voltage.
Maybe your guy working near there was using normal glass fuses? They told me to use ceramic fuses in my meter because they would not explode, like the glass ones in certain situations.
This Meter, I bought it specially to keep an eye on my battery
voltage. It is a decent meter for non professionnal use with an accuracy of more or less 0.5% on the voltage reading. Correct me if I am wrong but I think that it is the minimum accuracy someone should look for to have a good idea of the state of charge of a 12 volts battery
. Higher accuracy would come with a bigger price.
What bugs me is when they say in the manual for instance: accuracy +/- 0,5% of reading +/- 1 digit. What do they mean by "+/- 1 digit" ?
Can you explain!!?? :shg