CT40

Extech CT40 Cable Identifier and Tester Kit

Extech CT40 Cable Identifier and Tester Kit

Description

The Extech Cable Identifier/Tester Kit identifies up to 16 local or installed lines and troubleshoots electrical or electronic circuits.

Features

  • Wire voltage check from 5 to 16VDC
  • Data hold and max hold
  • CAT III-600V safety rating
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$99.99
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Details

The Extech Cable Identifier and Tester Kit features a transmitter/receiver that enables one person to remotely identify up to 16 wires, ranging from 5 to 16VDC. The multimeter functions include AC/DC voltage and current, resistance, diode, and continuity. The meter also has data hold and max hold functions to examine the data on the screen.

Notable Specifications:
  • Display counts: 2000 count
  • Basic accuracy 1.0%
  • DC voltage: 0.1mV to 600VDC
  • AC voltage: 1mV to 600VAC
  • DC current: 0.1μA to 200mA
  • AC current: 0.1μA to 200mA
  • Resistance: 0.1Ωto 20MΩ
  • Diode/continuity: yes
  • Dimensions: 6.3x2.9x1.7"(162x74.5x44mm)
  • Weight: 10.8oz (308g)
  • Transmitter
  • Display: two red LED lamps
  • Test leads: 17 alligator clips (16 red and 1 black (ground))
  • Cable resistance: 30kΩ max
  • Receiver
  • Display: two digit blue LED display
  • Test leads: 2 alligator clips (1 red and 1 black)
What's Included:
  • (1) Multimeter/receiver
  • (1) 16-line transmitter
  • (2) 9 V batteries
  • (2) AAA batteries
  • (1) Pouch case
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Extech CT40 Cable Identifier and Tester Kit CT40 Cable identifier and tester kit
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