EX613

Extech 400A Dual Input AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV

Extech 400A Dual Input AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV

Description

The Extech 400A Dual Input AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV provides true RMS measurements for accurate AC voltage and current.

Features

  • Built-in non-contact Voltage detector with LED alert
  • 1.25" (32mm) jaw opening for conductors up to 500MCM
  • Autoranging with manual override
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The Extech 400A AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV has built-in thermocouple inputs for T1, T2, and T1-T2 differential temperature measurement. The 40,000 count multimeter has functions for DC voltage, resistance, capacitance, and frequency for high resolution over wider ranges.The true RMS measurements are conducted for accurate AC voltage and current. The meter also features a built-in non-contact voltage detector with LED alert. The 1.25" jaw opening fits conductors up to 500MCM.

 

Models EX622 and EX623 feature an additional built-in non-contact IR thermometer with laser pointer for locating hot spots at an 8 to 1 distance to target ratio. Models EX613 and EX623 also include a DC current function ideal for automotive, heavy equipment, and marine applications.

Notable Specifications:

EX613

 

  • AC current: 400.0A
  • DC current: 400.0A
  • Maximum resolution: 10mA
  • Basic ACA accuracy: ±1.5%
  • AC/DC voltage maximum resolution: 600V (0.1mV)/600V (0.01mV)
  • DC μA current: 4000μA (0.01μA)
  • Resistance maximum resolution: 40.000MΩ (0.01)
  • Capacitance maximum resolution: 10pF to 40,000μF (0.01nF)
  • Frequency maximum resolution: 40MHz (0.001Hz)
  • Temperature type K: -58 to 1832°F (-50 to 1000°C)
  • Diode test: < 2.8V
  • Duty cycle: 0.5 to 99.0%
  • Dimensions: 9x3.1x1.9" (229x80x49mm)
  • Weight: 10.7oz (303g)

 

EX622

 

  • Temperature IR: -58 to 518°F (-50 to 270°C)
  • AC current: 400.0A
  • Maximum resolution: 10mA
  • Basic ACA accuracy: ±1.5%
  • AC/DC voltage maximum resolution: 600V (0.1mV)/600V (0.01mV)
  • DC μA current: 4000μA (0.01μA)
  • Resistance maximum resolution: 40.000MΩ (0.01)
  • Capacitance maximum resolution: 10pF to 40,000μF (0.01nF)
  • Frequency maximum resolution: 40MHz (0.001Hz)
  • Temperature type K: -58 to 1832°F (-50 to 1000°C)
  • Diode test: < 2.8V
  • Duty cycle: 0.5 to 99.0%
  • Dimensions: 9x3.1x1.9" (229x80x49mm)
  • Weight: 10.7oz (303g)

 

EX623

 

  • Temperature IR: -58 to 518°F (-50 to 270°C)
  • AC current: 400.0A
  • DC current: 400.0A
  • Maximum resolution: 10mA
  • Basic ACA accuracy: ±1.5%
  • AC/DC voltage maximum resolution: 600V (0.1mV)/600V (0.01mV)
  • DC μA current: 4000μA (0.01μA)
  • Resistance maximum resolution: 40.000MΩ (0.01)
  • Capacitance maximum resolution: 10pF to 40,000μF (0.01nF)
  • Frequency maximum resolution: 40MHz (0.001Hz)
  • Temperature type K: -58 to 1832°F (-50 to 1000°C)
  • Diode test: < 2.8V
  • Duty cycle: 0.5 to 99.0%
  • Dimensions: 9x3.1x1.9" (229x80x49mm)
  • Weight: 10.7oz (303g)


What's Included:
  • (1) Meter
  • (1) Set of CAT III-600V double molded test leads
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (2) Type K bead wire probes
  • (1) Case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech 400A Dual Input AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV EX613 400A AC/DC clamp meter+dual type-K inputs
$189.99
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Extech 400A Dual Input AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV EX613-NIST 400A AC/DC clamp meter+dual type-K inputs, NIST traceable
$264.99
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Extech 400A Dual Input AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV EX623 400A AC/DC clamp meter+dual type-K inputs+IR
$239.99
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Extech 400A Dual Input AC/DC Clamp Meter + NCV EX623-NISTL 400A AC/DC Clamp Meter+Dual Type-K Inputs+IR, NISTL traceable
$339.99
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