MG300-MTK

Extech Motor and Drive Troubleshooting Kits

Extech Motor and Drive Troubleshooting Kits

Description

These Motor & Drive Troubleshooting Kits include three compact tools that provide on-site solutions.

Features

  • Motor Rotation and 3-Phase Tester checks phase sequence
  • Includes 3 large color-coded alligator clips
  • Storage case provides protection and organization for equipment
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Extech's MG300-MTK kits include three compact tools for on-site troubleshooting. The 13-function multimeter features an insulation tester and PC interface to transfer data. The motor rotation and 3-phase tester checks phase sequence and indicates rotation direction of the motor to help insure correct wiring. The True RMS AC/DC clamp meter with built-in non-contact voltage detector is ideal for noisy or non-sinusoidal AC measurements. Each kit is conveniently stored in a protective carrying case.

What's Included:
  • (1) Multimeter
  • (1) Motor rotation & 3-phase tester
  • (1) AC/DC clamp meter
  • (1) Test leads
  • (3) Alligator clips
  • (1) Type K thermocouple bead wire probe
  • (1) Batteries
  • (1) Storage case
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Extech Motor and Drive Troubleshooting Kits MG300-MTK Motor & drive kit with MG300 multimeter/insulation tester, 480403 motor rotation tester, and MA435T AC/DC clamp meter
$579.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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