LCR200

Extech 5-Frequency Passive Component LCR Meter

Extech 5-Frequency Passive Component LCR Meter

Description

The Extech 5-Frequency Passive Component LCR Meter measures inductance, capacitance, and resistance.

Features

  • Auto select measurement function with 1kHz default test frequency
  • Five test frequencies
  • Set high/low limits using absolute values or percentage limits
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The Extech Passive Component LCR meter accurately measures capacitors, inductors and resistors using the test frequencies of 100Hz, 120Hz, 1 kHz, 10kHz, and 100kHz. The dual display will simultaneously display the associated quality factor, dissipation or phase angle value using a series or parallel equivalent circuit. The meter includes 5 frequencies, including an auto select function with 1kHz default test frequency. User select high/low limits using the absolute values or percentage limits. Open and short calibration removes unwanted stray impedances from the measurement.

Notable Specifications:
  • LCD size: 66.8x52.8mm with green backlight
  • Test frequency: 100Hz, 120Hz, 1KHz, 10 KHz, 100KHz
  • Dissipation factor: 0.000 to 1999
  • Quality factor: 0.000 to 1999
  • θ Measurement: +/-90°
  • Sorting tolerance: +/-0.25%, +/-0.5%, +/-1%, +/-2%, +/-5% +/-10%, +/-20%, +80% -20%
  • Calibration: open/short calibration
  • Data output: RS232/USB PC computer interface
  • Power off: auto shut off saves battery life or manual off by push button
  • Operating temperature: 0 to 50 °C
  • Operating humidity: less than 85% RH
  • Power supply: 006P DC 9V battery
  • Power consumption: DC 35mA approx.
  • Dimension: 193x88x41mm
  • Weight: 385g
What's Included:
  • (1) LCR meter
  • (1) Pair of test leads
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Carrying case
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