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Extech 382252 Earth Ground Resistance Tester Kit

Extech 382252 Earth Ground Resistance Tester Kit

Description

The Extech Earth ground Resistance Tester Kit includes all hardare necessary to measure earth ground in 3 ranges from 20 to 2000Ω.

Features

  • Verify that electronic devices are properly grounded
  • Overrange and low battery indication
  • AC/DC Voltage, Resistance, and Continuity
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The Earth Ground Resistance Tester Kit includes everything necessary to measure earth grounds from 20 to 2000Ω in three separate ranges; earth voltage, 0-750 VAC, and 0-1000 VDC.

A dual display with backlight provides a user friendly and field rugged digital display of data during testing. Measuring earth grounds can be done anywhere and anytime with this field rugged handheld meter kit.

Notable Specifications:
  • Earth ground resistance ranges: 20Ω/ 200Ω/2000Ω
  • Basic accuracy: ±(2%rdg+2d)
  • Resolution: 0.01Ω/ 0.1Ω/1Ω
  • Test current/frequency: <2.5mA / 820Hz
  • AC earth voltage/frequency: 0 to 200VAC / 50 to 400Hz
  • Accuracy: ±(3%rdg+3d)
  • DC voltage: 0 to 1000V
  • Accuracy: ±(0.8%rdg+3d)
  • Resistance: 0 to 200kΩ
  • Accuracy: ±(1%rdg+2d)
  • Continuity: 40Ω
  • Power supply: Six 1.5V ‘AA’ Batteries
  • Dimensions: 7.9 x 3.6 x 2" (200 x 92 x 50mm)
  • Weight: 1.5lbs (700g) (meter only)
What's Included:
  • (1) Handheld display
  • (6) AA batteries
  • (2) Multimeter test leads
  • (3) Earth ground test leads
  • (2) Auxiliary earth bars
  • (1) Carrying case
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Extech 382252 Earth Ground Resistance Tester Kit 382252 Earth ground resistance tester kit
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Extech 382252 Earth Ground Resistance Tester Kit 382252-NIST Earth ground resistance tester kit, NIST traceable
$374.99
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Extech 382253 Earth Bars 382253 Replacement bars for earth ground resistance tester kit, 2 pc
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Extech 382254 Test Leads 382254 Replacement test leads for earth ground resistance tester kit, 5 pc
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