GX900

Extech GX900 True RMS Graphical Multimeter for Android

Extech GX900 True RMS Graphical Multimeter for Android

Description

The Extech GX900 transmits key electrical readings to Android mobile devices for remote viewing.

Features

  • Works with free Android App to display values up to 30 ft. away
  • Datalogging stores up to 2500 readings with date and time stamp
  • True RMS measurements for accurate AC voltage and current measurements
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  • Integrated Bluetooth® connects with most Android devices to transmit readings for remote viewing
  • Works with free Android App to display large, easy-to-read values up to 30ft (10m) away
  • Low Pass Filter conditions the inputs to provide accurate Voltage and Frequency readings on motors, drives and other large electrical equipment that generate electrical noise
  • Datalogging stores up to 2500 readings with date and time stamp
  • Windows® compatible software included for wireless transfer of logged data or recording data in real time
  • True RMS measurements for accurate AC Voltage and Current measurements
  • Dual sensitivity frequency functions
  • Peak Hold (>1ms) Min/Max/Average / Relative (%) / Data Hold / Automatic Data Hold / Auto power off
  • Backlit graphical dot matrix display allows for customized screens to optimize critical data within a measurement mode and provide visual menus for easy navigation to settings and ranges
  • Complete with double molded test leads, hanging strap, Type K bead wire temperature probe, PC software, and six AA batteries
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Extech GX900 True RMS Graphical Multimeter for Android GX900 True RMS graphical multimeter/datalogger for Android devices
$595.00
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