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WELCOME TO DELTA PRO

Searching for and finding the right multimeter or clamp meter can be an overwhelming process…  at Delta Pro, we’ve simplified that for you.  

I’m Steve Dennis, and I’m the founder of Delta Pro.  I’m an electrician myself, so I know first-hand how difficult and frustrating it can be to find the right piece of equipment, with the right specifications.  I launched Delta Pro because I knew there had to be an easier way, and I wanted to make finding the right piece of test or measuring equipment EASY. 

You’ll see that our range of measuring equipment (including not just multimeters and clamp meters, but also leakage testers, insulation testers, thermal imagers, and other specialty meters) are the best quality and most popular brands available.  And to make it easy for you to find the perfect multimeter for you, we’ve included easy-to-use search tags on each of our collections pages.  Simply select the functions and options that are important to you, click apply, and our store will sort through the available meters and display only those which match your chosen criteria.  

We’ve also included ‘Quick Stats’ in each of the meter descriptions for you…  ensuring that all the most important meter features and specs are prominent, and easily seen.  Saving you hours and hours of research and reading! 

Or perhaps you’d like to tell us your requirements, and let us search the relevant options for you.  We have years of experience using various multimeters and clamp meters, and have carefully researched and hand-picked each of the meters available in our store…  we’re more than happy to share our thoughts as to which meter will best suit your needs.  If so, just click on the image below, answer a couple questions, and keep an eye on your emails for our suggestions. 

So check out our range of multimeters, clamp meters, thermal imagers, and insulation testers.  Utilise the search filters, have a read of the quick stats, and let me know if you have any questions.  And if you have any thoughts or ideas on how I can make the site even easier for you to find what you need, then please contact me and let me know.  I’m always happy to hear any ideas!

And meanwhile, if you'd like to know more about us, you can watch a super awkward video of me here...

~ Steve

MULTIMETERS AND CLAMP METERS TERMINOLOGY

Understanding Terms and features

Feeling a bit overwhelmed with all the different meters available, and wondering which one is right for you?

Check out our guides for some handy explanations on the different features and specifications, and what it all means...

Understanding Terms - Low Pass Filter

Understanding Terms - Low Pass Filter

When eagerly going through the specs on multimeters (like most people like to do in their spare time😁), have you ever come across the function LPF,...
Understanding Terms - Polarisation Index

Understanding Terms - Polarisation Index

What is Polarisation Index? When testing insulation on electrical equipment, sometimes it is necessary to obtain a polarisation index (PI). Polaris...
Understanding Terms - Duty Cycle

Understanding Terms - Duty Cycle

What is Duty Cycle? Duty cycle is the ratio of how long something is turned on for, in relation to total time.  It describes the relationship betwe...
Understanding Terms - Crest Factor

Understanding Terms - Crest Factor

Some multimeters will give the crest factor in the specifications.  Why would we want to know anything about crest factor parameters when choosing ...
Understanding Terms - IP Rating

Understanding Terms - IP Rating

What is IP Rating? IP rating is a scale of how well a multimeter or clamp meter stands up to dust and moisture.  Most people understand that the hi...
Understanding Terms - Installation Category Rating

Understanding Terms - Installation Category Rating

Most multimeters come with an 'installation category' (CAT) rating.  The specification will be CAT I, CAT II, CAT III or CAT IV. The CAT rating ref...