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Extech 382357 Clamp-On Ground Resistance Tester

Extech 382357 Clamp-On Ground Resistance Tester

Description

The Extech Clamp-On Ground Resistance Tester allows non-contact measurements of ground conductors without auxiliary ground spikes.

Features

  • Unit includes an audible alarm for exceeding user-programmable ground limits, high and low
  • Internal data logging is available for up to 116 data points
  • True RMS AC leakage current measurements
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The Clamp-On Ground Resistance Tester is capable of measuring ground resistances between 0.03 and 1500 Ohms without the need for auxiliary ground spikes. The unit features a programmable high and low threshold alarm and internal data logging for up to 116 data points.

Automatic self calibration and included verification resistors help ensure accurate measurements throughout the life of the meter. Additionally, electrical noise detection is built in and a 9999 count LCD display offers precision measurements, especially at low resistances.

Notable Specifications:

Ground Resistance Range/Resolution/Accuracy:

 

  • 0.025 to 0.25/0.002/±(1.5% + 0.05 )
  • 0.250 to 1.000/0.02/±(1.5% + 0.05 )
  • 1.001 to 9.999/0.02/±(1.5% + 0.1 )
  • 10.00 to 50.00/0.04/±(1.5% + 0.1 )
  • 50.01 to 99.99/0.04/±(1.5% + 0.5 )
  • 100.0 to 200.0/0.4/±(1.5% + 0.5 )
  • 200.1 to 400.0/2/±(5.0% + 5 )
  • 400.0 to 600.0/5/±(10% + 10 )
  • 600.1 to 1500/20/±20%

 

AC Leakage Current (Trms) Range/Resolution/Accuracy:

 

  • 0.300 to 1.000mA/0.001mA/±(2.0% ± 0.05mA)
  • 1.00 to 10.00mA/0.01mA/±(2.0% ± 0.03mA)
  • 10.0 to 100.0mA/0.1mA/±(2.0% ± 0.3mA)
  • 100 to 1000mA/0.1mA/±(2.0% ± 0.3mA)
  • 0.20 to 4.00A/0.01A/±(2.0% ± 0.03A)
  • 4.00 to 30.00A/0.01A/±(3.0% ± 0.03A)
  • Resistance test frequency: 1.667kHz
  • Dimensions: 10.2 x 4.4 x 1.9" (258 x 110 x 47mm)
  • Weight: 24.7oz (700g)

 

What's Included:
  • (1) Clamp-on ground resistance tester
  • (1) 9 V battery
  • (1) Resistance check plate
  • (1) Metal storage case
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