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Extech Single Phase/3-Phase 1000A AC Power Clamp Meter Kit

Extech Single Phase/3-Phase 1000A AC Power Clamp Meter Kit

Description

The Extech Single Phase/3-Phase 1000A AC Power Clamp Meter Kit measures current, insulation resistance, temperature (type K), and power.

Features

  • AC+DC μA current with 10nA resolution for flame rod tests
  • High Resistance tests to 100MΩ
  • Type K, °C/°F switchable, temperature to 1000ºF
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The Extech Single Phase and 3-Phase 1000A AC Power Clamp Meter Kit measures 1ϕ/3ϕ true power (kW), apparent power (kVA), and reactive power (kVAR), plus horsepower (HP), power factor, and phase angle with lead/lag indicator. The meter auto detects AC/DC voltage measurements with simultaneous frequency display. The capacitance function measures to 7000μF with 0.001μF resolution, and the high resistance tests are to 100MΩ. The type K function is °C/°F switchable and measures temperature to 1000ºF. The kit also includes a 1.6 inch clamp jaw opening and performs diode and continuity tests.

 

The kit includes two CAT IV-600V 72” (1.8m) leadextensions with right angle and straight end shrouded bananaplugs; two modular test probe handles with stainless steeltips; two plunger activated retractable jaw clips; two extralarge alligator clips.

Notable Specifications:
  • True power range: 600kW
  • True power resolution: 10W
  • True power basic accuracy: ±5%
  • Apparent power range: 600kVA
  • Apparent power resolution: 100VA
  • Apparent power basic accuracy: ±2%
  • Reactive power range: 600kVAR
  • Reactive power resolution: 10VAR
  • Reactive power basic accuracy: ±5%
  • Horsepower range: 800HP
  • Horsepower resolution: 0.01HP
  • Horsepower basic accuracy: ±5%
  • Phase angle range: 60 to +60°
  • Phase angle resolution: 0.1°
  • Phase angle basic accuracy: ±6°
  • AC current range: 1000A
  • AC current resolution: 10mA
  • AC current basic accuracy: ±2%
  • µA current range: 1000μA
  • µA current resolution: 10nA
  • µA current basic accuracy: ±1%
  • AC/DC voltage range: 600V
  • AC/DC voltage resolution: 0.1mV
  • AC/DC voltage basic accuracy: ±1%
  • Resistance Ω range: 1000kΩ
  • Resistance Ω resolution: 0.1Ω
  • Resistance Ω basic accuracy: ±1%
  • Resistance MΩ range: 100MΩ
  • Resistance MΩ resolution: 1kΩ
  • Resistance MΩ basic accuracy: ±5%
  • Capacitance range: 7000μF
  • Capacitance resolution: 1nF
  • Capacitance basic accuracy: ±1.5%
  • Frequency range: 40Hz to 1kHz
  • Frequency resolution: 0.1Hz
  • Frequency basic accuracy: ±0.5%
  • Temperature (type K) range: -58 to 1000°F (-50 to 900°C)
  • Tempeature (type K) resolution: 0.1°F (/ 0.1°C)
  • Temperature (type K) basic accuracy: ±1%
  • Dimensions: 9 x 3 x 1.6" (228 x 76 x 39mm)
  • Weight: 16.4oz (465g)
What's Included:
  • (1) Set of test leads
  • (1) Type K probe
  • (1) Carrying case
  • (1) 9V Battery
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Extech Single Phase/3-Phase 1000A AC Power Clamp Meter Kit 380976-K Single phase/3-phase 1000A AC power clamp meter kit
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Extech Single Phase/3-Phase 1000A AC Power Clamp Meter Kit 380976-K-NIST Single phase/3-phase 1000A AC power clamp meter kit, NIST traceable
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