MA260

Extech Compact AC Open Jaw Clamp Meter

Extech Compact AC Open Jaw Clamp Meter

Description

The Extech Compact AC Open Jaw Clamp Meter provides quick measurements in tight locations.

Features

  • 10,000 Count Backlit LCD Display
  • Auto Power Off With Disable
  • Slim Housing Construction With Built-In Test Lead Holders
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$129.99
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Details

Easy-to-use, one button, Auto Sense technology allows meter to recognize the input being measured and will automatically switch to the correct mode of operation. True RMS provides accurate readings.

Features: 

  • Smart Auto Sensing technology enables the meter to recognize the input and automatically switch to the correct mode of operation
  • For AC Voltage, Auto Sense feature evaluates input signal and adjusts Input Impedance to eliminate effects of ghost voltages
  • 0.6" (16mm) open jaw size
  • True RMS for accurate readings of noisy, distorted or non-sinusoidal waveforms
  • Built-in non-contact voltage detector with LED indicator
  • Smart Data Hold freezes the reading on the display and automatically changes if a new reading is larger than 50 counts
  • Battery capacity (%) displayed on power-up
Notable Specifications:
  • AC Current: 200A
  • AC Voltage: 1.3V to 1000V
  • DC Voltage: 2.1V to 1000V
  • Non-Contact Voltage (NCV): 80 to 1000V AC (50 to 60Hz)
  • Resistance: 0 to 10kΩ
  • Input Impedance: 6kΩ up to 30V; Increases to 420kΩ at 1000V
  • Diode: 0.4 to 0.8V
  • Continuity: Beeper
  • Dimensions: 7.6 x 2.1 x 1.2"
What's Included:

(1) Meter

(1) Test Leads

(2) AAA Batteries

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Compact AC Open Jaw Clamp Meter MA260 Compact AC Open Jaw Clamp Meter
$129.99
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