The Digital Multimeter
A Digital Multimeter (DMM) is simply an electronic tape measure for making electrical measurements. It may have any number of special features, but mainly a Multimeter measures volts, ohms, and amperes.
* Invented in the early 1920s by British Post Office engineer, Donald Macadie * It can be used around the house to test flashlight batteries, sprinkler valves, cables, toys and house outlets. * It can Measure to a high degree of accuracy
Caution: The Multimeter requires basic understanding of electrical theory, it is recommended that only personnel with an intermediate level of knowledge use it to prevent serious or deadly injury.
Cost per Unit: $299.99
Estimated Training and Unit Costs Per Year
100 units @ $299.99 = $29,999
+ 213,000 Employee Salaries And Training
According to my research on the company, including training hours and employee salaries, watsamatau would spend a projected 242,000 thousand dollars in Technical training for Personnel. -watsamatau’s current yearly earnings is 33.4 million dollars per year. According to the number of Employees, their Salaries and yearly gross earnings, I have estimated a 37% rate of growth or 12 million dollars per year.
-The multimeters effectiveness, accuracy and ease of use would cut down field hours by nearly half and decrease the number of injuries to our field techs. -Productivity would double encouraging field and company expansion as a whole.
The technological advancements are weeding out smaller businesses and continue to be a major factor for all major Industries today as they have a need to keep up to date in order to maintain a progressive rate of growth.
My product continues to develop new technologies to keep companies with the most up to date equipment and tools for the trade. I strongly recommend to update to the Fluke 77 iv.
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