DM220

Extech Mini Pocket Multimeter with Non-Contact Voltage Detector

Extech Mini Pocket Multimeter with Non-Contact Voltage Detector

Description

The Extech Mini Pocket Multimeter with Non-Contact Voltage Detector measures AC/DC voltage, AC/DC current and resistance, frequency and duty cycle.

Features

  • Built-in flashlight
  • Over-range and low battery indication
  • Built-in storage clips for integrated test leads
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The Extech Mini Pocket Multimeter with Non-Contact Voltage Detector is an 11 function meter that measures AC/DC voltage, AC/DC current and resistance, frequency and duty cycle. The meter has a built in flashlight and storage clips for integrated test leads. The non-contact voltage detection identifies live circuits. The double molded housing provides extra protection. Applications include electrical repair, appliance repair, home wiring projects, and testing electrical systems on cars and boats.

Notable Specifications:
  • NC voltage range: 100 to 600VAC
  • DC voltage range: 600V
  • DC voltage maximum resolution: 0.1mV
  • DC voltage basic accuracy: ±0.8%
  • AC voltage range: 600V
  • AC voltage maximum resolution: 1mV
  • AC voltage basic accuracy: ±1.0%
  • Resistance range: 40MΩ
  • Resistance maximum resolution: 0.1Ω
  • Resistance basic accuracy: ±0.8%
  • DC current range: 200mA
  • DC current maximum resolution: 0.1µA
  • DC current basic accuracy: ±2.0%
  • AC current range: 200mA
  • AC current maximum resolution: 0.1µA
  • AC current basic accuracy: ±2.5%
  • Frequency range: 10kHz
  • Frequency maximum resolution: 0.001Hz
  • Frequency basic accuracy: ±1.0%
  • Capacitance range:  200µF
  • Capacitance maximum resolution: 0.001nF
  • Capacitance basic accuracy: ±3.0%
  • Duty cycle: yes
  • Diode test: yes
  • Continuity test: yes
  • Dimensions: 4.72 x 2.2 x 01.6" (120 x 55 x 40mm)
  • Weight: 5.12oz(145g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) Set of test leads
  • (2) AAA Batteries
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Extech Mini Pocket Multimeter with Non-Contact Voltage Detector DM220 Mini pocket multimeter with non-contact voltage detector
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