CA200

Extech 200A AC Clamp Adaptor

Extech 200A AC Clamp Adaptor

Description

The Extech CA200 converts a multimeter into a 2000A AC clamp meter.

Features

  • 1mV AC output per Amp
  • 0.62" (16mm) clamp jaw size
  • ±2% basic accuracy
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$54.99
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$46.75
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The Extech CA200 performs AC urrent measurements without requiring a battery. The adaptor has a 0.62" (16mm) clamp jaw size and a ±2% basic accuracy. The CA200 puts out 1mV AC per Amp. It is CAT II-600V, CAT III-300V, and CE approved and features a one year warranty.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 4.3 x 1.9 x 1.3" (111 x 50 x 33mm)
  • Weight: 4.5 oz (129g)
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Built-in 5.3ft (163cm) cable with banana plugs
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Extech 200A AC Clamp Adaptor CA200 200A AC clamp adaptor
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