EX540

Extech Multimeter/Datalogger with Wireless PC Interface

Extech Multimeter/Datalogger with Wireless PC Interface

Description

The Extech Wireless Multimeter and Datalogger performs true RMS measurements for accuracy AC voltage and current readings.

Features

  • Diode open circuit voltage of 2.8V DC
  • 1000V input protection on all functions
  • Dual sensitivity frequency functions
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The Extech Wireless Multimeter and Datalogger features real time datalogging or wireless data transmission directly to a PC. The meter performs true RMS measurements for accurate AV voltage and current measurements. The diode open circuit voltage is to 2.8V DC. The backlit triple LCD displays includes two sub-displays for simultaneous indication of frequency with voltage and memory data/location information. The multimeter datalogs up to 9,999 readings with wireless USB interface capability to transmit readings to a PC in real time (up to 30 feet distance from PC).

Notable Specifications:
  • Display counts: 40,000
  • Basic accuracy: 0.06%
  • DC/AC voltage: 0.01mV to 1000VDC; 0.01mV to 1000VAC
  • DC/AC current: 0.01µA to 20A
  • Resistance: 0.01Ω to 40MΩ
  • Capacitance: 0.001nF to 40mF
  • Frequency (electrical): 40Hzto 4kHz
  • Frequency (electronic): 0.001Hzto 100MHz
  • Temperature: -50 to 1382°F (-45 to 750°C)
  • Duty cycle: 0.1 to 99.90%
  • Diode (2.8V)/continuity: yes
  • CE approved: yes
  • Dimensions: 7.25x3.25x2.25"(184x83x57mm)
  • Weight: 12.3oz(349g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) 9 V battery
  • (1) Remote receiver with USB cable
  • (1) Software CD-ROM
  • (2) Test leads
  • (1) TP200 Type K thermocouple bead probe with Type K banana input adapter
  • (1) HG500 Magnetic hanging strap
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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