What is a Digital Voltmeter?

A digital voltmeter is an electronic instrument used to measure voltage levels in electrical circuits. Unlike analog voltmeters, which use a moving needle to indicate voltage, digital voltmeters display readings numerically on a digital screen.

Digital voltmeters typically offer higher accuracy and precision compared to analog counterparts, and they often come with additional features such as auto-ranging (automatically selecting the appropriate measurement range), data logging, and connectivity options for transferring data to other devices.

They are widely used in various fields including electronics, telecommunications, automotive, and industrial applications for measuring voltage levels in circuits accurately and quickly.