The Extech 1000A Clamp Meter + IR Thermometer conducts true RMS current and voltage measurements.
The Extech 1000A Clamp Meter + IR Thermometer is a full size true RMS multimeter that features a built-in non-contact IR thermometer with laser pointer. Multimeter functions included AC/DC voltage, resistance, capacitance, frequency, diode, and continuity. The 1.7" jaw opening fits conductors up to 750MCM or two 500MCM. Unit functions include peak hold to capture inrush currents and transients, data hold, min/max, auto power off, and an autoranging function with manual range button.
The meter comes with an 8-piece professional test lead set. The kti includes two 42" PVC lead extensions with shrouded banana plugs at both ends, two modular 4" heavy duty test probe handles with 0.16" banana plug tip, two standard size alligator clips with insulated rubber boot, and two extra large, double-insulated, alligator clips with sharp teeth for piercing insulated wires. The jaw opens to 0.8".
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