Multimeter holder (pegboard or wall mounted)

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Multimeter holder (pegboard or wall mounted) by FrankLumien Apr 17, 2016
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A wall/pegboard mounted holder for a mini multimeter DT-182, which can be found on eBay for under 10€.
Has mounting holes for both 12mm and 1" standard hole distance pegboards, but can easily be mounted directly on the wall.

Has a handle for winding the cable around to take up less space. Works with both needle probes and alligator clips.

Update 2016-04-17
Alternate B version added with taller cable winder and probe compartment.

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What are the dimensions of the multimeter you used?
I have a different model and would like to know if this would work for mine.

Sorry for the late answer - The multimeter used in the photos has a width of 51mm and a depth of 18.5mm, not counting the dial.

I made a version similar to yours from scratch. I was going to try and use yours but I had a different multimeter. It is a good design. I like the cable management.