Extech 400A True RMS AC/DC Watt Clamp-On Meter
The Extech 400A True RMS AC/DC Watt Clamp-On Meter measures watts, curent, and voltage with AC/DC true power measurements of 240kW.
- 0.9" (23mm) jaw opening
- Fast 40 segment analog bargraph
- Frequency measurements to 10kHz and true power measurements to 240kW
|380940||400A true RMS AC/DC watt clamp-on meter|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
|380940-NIST||400A True RMS AC/DC watt clamp-on meter, NIST traceable|
|Usually ships in 1-2 weeks|
The Extech 400A True RMS AC/DC Watt Clamp-On meter measures watts, current, and voltage to 240kW and frequency to 10kHz. A large 4000 count LCD display features a fast 40 segment analog bargraph. Other features include data hold, max/min recall, auto power off, and low battery indication to conserve battery life.
- AC power range: 40kW/ 240kW
- AC power resolution: 10W/ 100W
- AC power accuracy: ±(1.5% + 3d)@50/60Hz/ ±(1.5% + 3d)@50/60Hz
- AC power input signal range: 0-250V, 0-400A, PF 0-1/ 0-600V, 0-400A, PF 0-1
- DC power range: 40kW/240kA
- DC power resolution: 10W/100W
- DC power accuracy: ±(1.5% + 3d)/ ±(1.5% + 3d)
- DC power input signal range: 0-250, 0-400A/ 1-600V, 0-400A
- AC current range: 400A
- AC current resolution: 0.1A
- AC current accuracy: ±(1.5% + 3d)@50/60Hz
- AC current input signal range: overload protection: 600A AC (AC frequency range 40Hz-1kHz)
- DC current range: 400A
- DC current resolutin: 0.1A
- DC current accuracy: ±(1.5% + 3d)
- DC current input signal range: overload protection: 600A DC
- AC voltage range: 600V
- AC voltage resolution: 0V
- AC voltage accuracy: ±(1.5% + 2d)@50/60Hz
- AC voltage input signal range: overload protection: 800V AC
- DC voltage range: 400v
- DC voltage resolution: 0.1V
- DC voltage accuracy: ±(1.0% + 2d)
- DC voltage input signal range: overload protection: 800V DC
- Frequency range: 10kHz
- Frequency resolution: 0.01-100Hz
- Frequency accuracy: ±(0.8% + 2d)
- Frequency input signal range: overload protection: 600V AC
- Dimensions: 7.2 x 2.5x 1.4" (183 x 64 x 36mm)
- Weight: 6.7oz (190g including batteries)
- (1) Meter
- (1) Set of test leads
- (2) AA batteries
- (1) Carrying case
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