EX420

Extech 11 Function Professional Multimeter

Extech 11 Function Professional Multimeter

Description

The Extech EX420 is an autoranging multimeter with 11 functions and 0.3% basic accuracy.

Features

  • Measures AC/DC Voltage, AC/DC Current, Resistance, Capacitance, Frequency, Duty Cycle, Diode Test, and Continuity
  • Type K thermometer built-infor temperature measurements
  • Large backlit display with easy-to-read 1" digits
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The Extech 11 Function Professional Multimeter measures AC/DC voltage, AC/DC current, resistance, capacitance, frequency, duty cycle, diode test, and continuity. The instrument also features a built-in Type K thermometer for temperature measurements. Input fuse protection and mis-connection warnings provide optimal safety for the user. Other features include data hold, auto power off, and a large backlit display with easy-to-read 1" digits.

Notable Specifications:
  • Basic accuracy: ±0.3%
  • AC voltage: 0.1mV to 750V
  • DC voltage: 0.1mV to 1000V
  • AC current: 0.1μA to 20A
  • DC current: 0.1μA to 20A
  • Resistance: 0.1Ω to 40MΩ
  • Capacitance: 0.01nF to 100μF
  • Frequency: 0.001Hz to 10MHz
  • Temperature (type K): -4 to 1382°F(-20 to 750°C)
  • Duty cycle: 0.1% to 99.9%
  • Continuity/diode: yes
  • Dimensions: 7.4x3.2x2"(187x81x50mm)
  • Weight: 0.75lbs (342g)
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) CAT III test leads
  • (1) Multi-position tilt stand and velcrow strap for hanging
  • (1) Protective holster with test lead holder
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Bead wire temperature probe (-22 to 572F/-30 to 300C)
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