EX230

Extech EX230 Mini MultiMeter with IR Thermometer

Extech EX230 Mini MultiMeter with IR Thermometer

Description

The Extech Mini Digital Multimeter + IR has advanced functions that measure type K temperature, capacitance, frequency, and duty cycle.

Features

  • 6:1 distance to target ratio
  • Low current capability measure down to 0.1µA
  • Input fuse protection
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The Extech Mini Digital Multimeter + IR Thermometer is an 8 function rugged designed meter that quickly identifies overheating motors, or locates hot spots on electrical panels and HVAC vents without contact. The built-in laser pointer has a 6:1 distance to target ratio with readings displayed on a 4000 count large backlit dual LCD with easy-to-read digits. The meter has a low current capability that measures down to 0.1µA. Other features include max hold, input fuest protection, auto power off, and data hold. Additional functions include type K temperature, capacitance, frequency, and duty cycle.

Notable Specifications:
  • Display counts: 4000
  • Basic accuracy (VDC): ±0.5%
  • AC/DC voltage: 0.1mV to 600V
  • AC/DC current: 0.1μA to 10A
  • Resistance: 0.1Ω to 40MΩ
  • Capacitance: 0.01nF to 100μF
  • Frequency: 0.001Hz to 10MHz
  • Temperature (IR): -5 to 446°F (-20 to 230°C)
  • Temperature (type K): -4 to 1400°F -20 to 760°C)
  • Duty cycle: 0.1% to 99.9%
  • Continuity/diode: yes
  • Dimensions: 5.8x2.9x1.6" (147x76x42mm)
  • Weight: 9.17oz (260g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) 9 V battery
  • (2) Test leads
  • (1) General purpose bead wire temperature probe
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