MA145

Extech Compact AC/DC Clamp Meter

Extech Compact AC/DC Clamp Meter

Description

The Extech Compact AC/DC Clamp Meter features smart auto sense that enables the meter to recognize the input and automatically switch to the correct mode of operation.

Features

  • Built-In Non-Contact Voltage Detector
  • Inrush Current Measurement
  • 6000 Count Backlit LCD Display
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$139.99
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Choice of AC Current or AC/DC Current model with 0.8" (22mm) jaw size and high accuracy. Smart Auto Sense feature enables the MA145 to recognize the input (within a given function) and automatically switch to the correct mode of operation (i.e. AC to DC Current measurement). Built-in Non-Contact Voltage (NCV) Detector allows for quick detection of live voltage.

 

Features:

  • AC/DC Current and Zero function for accurate DC measurements
  • True RMS for accurate readings of noisy, distorted or non-sinusoidal waveforms
  • Compact 0.8" (22mm) jaw size accommodates conductors up to 300MCM and allows measurements in tight locations
  • Unique Smart Auto Sense feature
  • Low Pass Filter (LPF) for accurate measurement of variable frequency drive signals
  • Smart Data Hold: Audiovisual alert when a new reading exceeds 50 digits of a held reading
  • Low battery indicator and Auto Power Off feature
  • CAT III-600V safety rating
Notable Specifications:
  • AC Current (max resolution): 60A, 300A (0.01A)
  • DC Current (max resolution): 60A, 300A (0.01A)
  • Basic accuracy: AC: ±1.5%, DC: ±1.5%
  • Non-Contact Voltage (NCV): 80 to 600V
  • Dimensions: 5.8x2.4x1.2" (147x60x31mm)
What's Included:

(1) Meter

(1) Carrying Case

(2) LR44 Batteries

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Compact AC/DC Clamp Meter MA145 Compact AC/DC Clamp Meter
$139.99
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