Extech Phase Rotation/ Clamp Meter Test Kit

Extech Phase Rotation/ Clamp Meter Test Kit


The Extech Phase Rotation/ Clamp Meter Test Kit includes three testing meters making it ideal for plant maintenance.


  • Set of double molded professional test leads
  • Type K thermocouple bead probe and Type K to banana input adaptor
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The Extech Phase Rotation/Clamp Meter Test Kit is ideal for plant mainteance. The kit includes all of the necessary tools to complete testing safely and efficiently. The kit is supplied in a soft carrying case that provides protection andorganization for the meters whenever they are needed. It contains: 


Model MA640 600A true RMS AC/DC clamp-on multimeter with built-in non-contact AC voltage detector, test leads, and temperature probe. Model 480400 3-phase rotation tester with multiline LCD displays made of a durable double-molded housing and easy-to-open wide jaw alligator clips. Model DV25 dual range AC voltage detector + flashlight and audible/visual indication has a measurement range of 24 to 1000VAC/100 to 1000VAC.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 9.8x8x2" (248x203x54mm)
  • Weight: 1.3lbs (590g)
What's Included:
  • (1) MA640 true RMS multimeter
  • (1) 480400 3-phase rotation tester
  • (1) DV25 dual range AC voltage tester
  • (1) Case
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