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Extech EX845 1000A Clamp Meter + IR Thermometer with Bluetooth

Extech EX845 1000A Clamp Meter + IR Thermometer with Bluetooth

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The Extech 1000A Clamp Meter + IR Thermometer with Bluetooth wirelessly transmits voltage and current readings.

Features

  • Built-in non-contact IR Thermometer design with laser pointer
  • Peak hold captures inrush currents and transients
  • Autoranging with manual range button
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The Extech 1000A Clamp Meter + IR Thermometer with Bluetooth wirelessly transmits voltage and current readings. The images are tranferred using the METERLiNK Wireless communication to a FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera (b60, i60, B-series, and T-series). The built-in non-contact IR thermometer design includes a laser pointer for higher accuracy readings. Current and voltage measurement use true RMS for readings of non-sinusoidal waveforms. Clamp meter functions include peak hold to capture inrush currents and transients, data hold, min/max, and auto power off. The 1.7" jaw opening fits conductors up to 750MCM or two 500MCM. 

 

Readings can be transmitted via Bluetooth to a FLIR high-definition infrared camera to incorporate meter readings with thermal imaging. The images are tranferred using the METERLiNK Wireless communication to a FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera (b60, i60, B-series, and T-series). METERLiNK eliminates the unnecessary and complexity of manual data collection. It allows the thermographer to quickly take a current reading on an electrical target and associate those readings with the corresponding targets stored in an infrared image.

What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) 9 V battery
  • (1) TL810 8-piece professional test lead kit
  • (1) TP200 Type K thermocouple bead probe with Type K banana input adapter
  • (1) Pouch case
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