UM200

Extech High Resolution Micro-Ohm Meter

Extech High Resolution Micro-Ohm Meter

Description

The Extech High Resolution Micro-Ohm Meter is a precision instrument that measures resistive and inductive materials.

Features

  • Auto or manual ranging
  • 10A maximum test current
  • PC interface
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The Extech High Resolution Micro-Ohm Meter is a precision meter that provides resolution down to 1μΩ using 4-wire kelvin clip test leads. The meter has 6 ranges with 3 sub-ranges in each current range. A built-in comparator for high/low resistance testing includes 20 sets of prestored values. The meter stores and recalls up to 3000 measurements.

Notable Specifications:
  • Resistance range: 60m, 600m, 6, 60, 600, 6k
  • Resistance resolution: 1μ, 10μ, 100μ, 1m, 10m, 100m
  • Current current: 10A, 1A, 100mA, 10mA, 1mA, 100μA
  • Resistance accuracy: ±(0.25% + 25μΩ), ±(0.25% + 250μΩ), ±(0.25% + 2.5mΩ), ±(0.25% + 25mΩ), ±(0.25% + 250mΩ), ±(0.75% + 3Ω)
  • Power: rechargeable li-polymer battery
  • Dimensions: 10.1 x 6.1 x 2.2" (257 x 155 x 57mm)
  • Weight: 2.6lb (1160g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (2) 4-wire cables with Kelvin clip connectors
  • (1) USB cable and software
  • (1) Rechargeable li-polymer battery
  • (1) AC adapter/charger
  • (1) Soft carrying case
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