TK430-IR

Extech Industrial Troubleshooting Kit with IR

Extech Industrial Troubleshooting Kit with IR

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The Extech Industrial Troubleshooting Kit with IR is assembled to provide all of the electrical testing neesd for installaiton and repair of electrical systems.

Features

  • Type K thermocouple bead probe
  • Type K to banana input adaptor
  • Designed for plant maintenance, HVAC, and electrical technicians
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The Extech Industrial Troubleshootig Kit with IR is designed for plant maintenance, HVAC, and electrical technicians. The kit is assembled to provide all of the electrical testing needs for installation and repair of electrical systems, HVAC equipment, and large appliances. It is supplied in an attractive storage case that provides protection and organization for the meters whenever they are needed.

 

The kit includes model EX430 Autoraging True RMS Multimeter with 11 functions including capacitance, frequency, and temperature. Model 42510 Mini IR Thermometer offers non-contact temperature measurements on surfaces difficult or unsafe to reach from -58 to 1000°F and -50 to 538°C. Model MA200 400A Clamp Meter conducts basic AC current measurements with a 1mA resolution. Model 40130 Non-Contact Voltage Detector detects AC voltage from 100VAC to 600VAC without touching the source. Also included in the kit is a set of CAT III 1000V test leads, type K thermcouple probe, and type K to banana input adaptor.

 

 

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 9.5x6.8x2.8" (241x173x71mm)
What's Included:
  • (1) Type K thermocouple bead probe
  • (1) Type K banana input adapter
  • (1) Set of CAT III-1000V test leads
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Extech Industrial Troubleshooting Kit with IR TK430-IR Industrial troubleshooting kit with IR
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