MG302

Extech 13 Function Wireless True RMS MultiMeter/Insulation Tester

Extech 13 Function Wireless True RMS MultiMeter/Insulation Tester

Description

The Extech MG302 is a true RMS Multimeter that measures the insulation resistance of transformer windings and gives accurate readings of distorted waveforms.

Features

  • Wireless USB interface transmits measurement data to a PC
  • Auto discharge of capacitive voltage
  • Waterproof (IP67) rugged double-molded design
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This CAT IV Insulation Tester/MultiMeter with Wireless PC Interface combines a 1000V insulation tester with a full-featured True RMS Multimeter in a single, compact instrument.

The MG300 multimeter series uses a wireless USB interface to transmit measurement data to a PC through 125V, 250V, 500V, and 1000V test voltages. Built with a backlit super large triple display and insulation resistance from 0.001MOhm to 4000MOhm, this true RMS meter can give accurate readings of any distorted waveforms.

Notable Specifications:

Insulation Tester

    Insulation resistance range: 4MΩ, 40MΩ, 400MΩ, 4000MΩ
    Insulation resistance resolution: 0.001MΩ
    Insulation resistance accuracy: ±3%
    Insulation test voltages range: 125V, 250V, 500V, 1000V

Multimeter

    AC voltage range: 1000V
    AC voltage resolution: 0.1mV
    AC voltage accuracy: ±1%
    DC voltage range: 1000V
    DC voltage resolution: 0.01mV
    DC voltage accuracy: ±0.06%
    AC current range: 10A
    AC current resolution: 0.1μA
    AC current accuracy: ±1.5%
    DC current range 10A
    DC current resolution: 0.01μA
    DC current accuracy ±1.0%
    Resistance range: 40MΩ
    Resistance resolution:0.01Ω
    Resistance accuracy: ±0.3%
    Capacitance range: 40mF
    Capacitance resolution: 0.001nF
    Capaticance accuracy: ±3.5%
    Frequency range: 100MHZ
    Frequency resolution: 0.001HZ
    Frequency accuracy: ±0.1%
    Duty cycle range: 0.1 to 99.9%
    Duty cycle resolution: 0.01
    Duty cycle accuracy: ±1.2%
    Temperature range: -58 to 2192°F -50 to 1200°C
    Tempereature resolution: 0.1°F 0.1°C
    Temperature accuracy:  ±1% + 4.5°F  ±1% + 2.5°C
    4-20mA% range: -25 to 125%
    4-20mA% resolution: 0.01%
    Continuity/diode: Yes
    Power source: 6 x AA batteries
    Dimensions: 7.8 x 3.6 x 1.9” (200 x 92 x 50mm)
    Weight: 20.5oz (582g)

What's Included:
  •     (1) True RMS/insulation tester multimeter
  •     (1) Remote receiver with USB cable
  •     (1) Windows compatible software
  •     (1) Heavy duty test leads
  •     (1) Alligatore clip test lead
  •     (1) Type K bead wire temparature probe with adapter
  •     (1) Carrying  case
  •     (6) AA batteries
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Extech 13 Function Wireless True RMS MultiMeter/Insulation Tester MG302 13 Function Wireless True RMS MultiMeter/Insulation Tester (433MHz)
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Extech 13 Function Wireless True RMS MultiMeter/Insulation Tester MG302-NIST 13 Function Wireless True RMS Multimeter/Insulation Tester (433MHz), includes NIST Certificate
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Extech 13 Function Wireless True RMS MultiMeter/Insulation Tester MG300 13 Function Wireless True RMS MultiMeter/Insulation Tester (915MHz)
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Extech 13 Function Wireless True RMS Multimeter/Insulation Tester MG300-NIST 13 Function Wireless True RMS Multimeter/Insulation Tester (915MHz), includes NIST Certificate
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