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ProMariner Handheld Digital Multi Meter

ProMariner Handheld Digital Multi Meter

Description

The ProMariner Handheld Digital Multi Meter provides excellent performance in a portable, durable housing.

Features

  • Measures continuity and resistance
  • Continuity tone alert and low battery indicator
  • Large digital LCD display for clear visibility
List Price
$49.99
Your Price
$23.90
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Details

 With overall circuitry design centering on large-scale IC A/D converters in conjuction with over-load protection, the meter makes a great utility instrument. This multi meter can be used to measure DC and AC voltage, DC current, resistance, positive diode voltage fall a

Features: 

  • Measures AC/DC amperage and voltage
  • Backlight feature
  • Test leads included
  • Measurement hold feature
  • Built in EZ stand
Notable Specifications:
  • Max Voltage between input terminal and earth ground: CAT 600V
  • Over-range indication: display "1" for the significant digit
  • Automatic display of negative polarity "-"
  • Max LCD display: 1999 (3-1/2 digits)
  • Fuse protection: F-200mA/250V (05 x 20mm)
  • Power Supply: 9V battery, 6F22 or NEDA 1604
  • Operating Temp: 32° F to 104° F (relative humidity <85%)
  • Storage Temp: 14° F to 122° F (relative humidity <85%)
  • Weight approximate: 0.4 lbs. (including battery)
What's Included:
  • (1) Multi meter
  • (1) Test leads
  • (1) Battery
  • (1) Fuse
  • (1) Manual
  • (1) Holster
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ProMariner Handheld Digital Multi Meter 87730 Handheld digital multi meter
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