The Extech True RMS Industrial Meter + IR Thermometer is designed to use the laser pointer for non-contact location of hot spots.
The Extech True RMS Multimeter + IR Thermometer features a patented built-in non-contact IR thermometer designed with laser pointer technology for locating hot spots. The diode open circuit voltage is of 2.8V DC. The large backlit 40,000 count LCD with 40-segment bargraph displays readings, and the memory stores and recalls up to 3 measurements. The type K thermocouple contact temperature probe allows for accurate measurements
The meter is made of a water resistant heavy duty double molded housing, and all function are 1000V input protected. Unit features include hold, relative, and peak hold functions, and min, max, and average recording functions. The meter also measures capacitance, frequency, diode, and continuity.
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|EX570-NISTL||True RMS multimeter with IR thermometer, NISTL traceable||
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