Extech PQ2071 1000A True RMS AC Power Clamp Meter

Extech PQ2071 1000A True RMS AC Power Clamp Meter


The Extech multifunctional PQ2071 Power Clamp Meter operates as a true RMS clamp meter, power meter, multimeter, and AC voltage detector.


  • Frequency measurement to 200Hz
  • USB interface for connection to a PC for datalogging function with included software
  • Manually store/recall up to 99 data sets
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The P2071 measures AC current, frequency, temperature (Type K), and power, including true power, apparent power, reactive power, and active power. It also includes a built-in non-contact voltage detector with LED alert. The USB PC interface offers storage and manual recall of up to 99 data sets.

Notable Specifications:
  • True Power Range: 750kW
  • True Power Maximum Resolution: 10W
  • True Power Basic Accuracy: ±3%
  • Apparent Power Range: 750kVA
  • Apparent Power Maximum Resolution: 10kVA
  • Apparent Power Basic Accuracy: ±3%
  • Reactive Power Range: 750kVAR
  • Reactive Power Maximum Resolution: 10VAR
  • Reactive Power Basic Accuracy: ±4%
  • Active Power Range: 9999kWh
  • Active Power Maximum Resolution: 0.001
  • Active Power Basic Accuracy: ±3%
  • Power Factor Range: 0.3 to 1
  • Power Factor Maximum Resolution: 0.001
  • Power Factor Basic Accuracy: ±0.02
  • Phase Angle Range: -180 to 180°
  • Phase Angle Maximum Resolution: 1°
  • Phase Angle Basic Accuracy: ±2°
  • AC Current Range: 1000A
  • AC Current Maximum Resolution: 100mA
  • AC Current Basic Accuracy: ±2%
  • AC Voltage Range: 750V
  • AC Voltage Maximum Resolution: 0.1V
  • AC Voltage Basic Accuracy: ±1.2%
  • Frequency Range: 50Hz to 200Hz
  • Frequency Maximum Resolution: 1Hz
  • Dimensions/Weight: 11.5 x 3.75 x 1.5" (292 x 95 x 38mm) / 18.4oz (522g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (4) Color-coded leads with alligator clips
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) PC software
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Soft case
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