DV40

Extech DV40 AC Voltage Detector and IR Thermometer

Extech DV40 AC Voltage Detector and IR Thermometer

Description

The Extech AC Voltage Detector and IR Thermometer detects AC voltage from 50 to 1000V.

Features

  • LCD displays temperature with selectable °F/°C internal switch
  • Fixed 0.95 emissivity covers 90% of surface applications
  • 1:1 distance to target ratio
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The Extech AC Voltage Detector and IR Thermometer conducts non-contact detection of AC voltage from 50 to 1000V. The built-in infrared thermometer measures tempereature from -20 to 445°F, and the LCD diplays these temperature readings with selectable °F/°C internal switch. The fixed 0.95 emissivity covers 90% of surface applications. The tip fits into outlets or against wire insulation for testing, and the NCV probe with integrated indicator light will alert users if voltage is present. 

Notable Specifications:
  • Display: 9,999 count LCD
  • IR temperature range: -20 to 445°F (-30 to 230°C)
  • Basic accuracy: ±2% of rdg or ±4˚F/2˚C whichever is greater
  • Maximum resolution: 0.1°F/°C; 1°F/°C
  • Emissivity: 0.95 fixed
  • Field of view (distance to target): 1:1
  • NCV voltage sensitivity: 50 to 1000VAC
  • Bandwidth: 50/60Hz
  • Detection range: <1”
  • Safety category: CAT III-1000V
  • Dimensions: 6.25 x 1" (159 x 25mm)
  • Weight: 1.48oz (42g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Detector
  • (3) LR44 batteries
  • (1) Pocket clip
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Extech DV40 AC Voltage Detector and IR Thermometer DV40 Non-contact AC voltage detector and IR thermometer
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