Extech EX505-K True RMS Industrial MultiMeter Kit

Extech EX505-K True RMS Industrial MultiMeter Kit


The Extech Heavy Duty Industrial Multimeter Kit includes a CAT IV multimeter, AC voltage detector, and 8-piece test lead kit.


  • Set of double molded professional test leads
  • Type K thermocouple bead probe with Type K to banana input adaptor
  • Magnetic hanging strap
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The Extech Heavy Duty Industrial Multimeter Kit is supplied in a soft carrying case that provides protection and organization for the meters whenever they are needed. It includes:


Model EX505 Industrial grade, CAT IV-600V, 4000 count display waterproof and drop proof rugged multimeter with true RMS functions. 


Model DV25 Dual Range AC Voltage Detector + Flashlight with audible/visual indication, a double-molded housing, and CAT IV-1000V safety rating.


Model TL808 8-Piece Professional Test Lead Kit with CAT III-1000v safety rating.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 9.8x8x2" (248x203x51mm)
  • Weight: 1.2lb (544g)
What's Included:
  • (1) EX505 multimeter
  • (1) 9 V battery
  • (1) DV25 dual range AC voltage detector
  • (1) TL810 8-piece professional test lead kit
  • (1) TP200 Type K thermocouple bead probe with Type K banana input adapter
  • (1) HG500 Magnetic hanging strap
  • (1) Soft carrying case
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