Extech Heavy Duty Industrial Multimeters

The Heavy Duty Multimeters are rugged, waterproof, multi-function multimeters with dual sensitivity frequency functions

Features

  • Multimeters include standard voltage, current, resistance, diode, and continuity functions
  • Meters also include capacitance, frequency, and duty cycle measurement capabilities
  • Waterproof designs stand up to harsh field conditions
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Extech Heavy Duty Industrial MultimetersEX503 Industrial multimeter (4,000 count)
$94.99
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Extech EX503-NIST Industrial multimeter (4,000 count), includes NIST traceable certificate
$169.99
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Extech Heavy Duty Industrial Multimeters EX505 True RMS industrial multimeter (4,000 count)
$114.99
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Extech EX505-NIST True RMS industrial multimeter (4,000 count), includes NIST traceable certificate
$189.99
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Extech Heavy Duty Industrial Multimeters EX520 True RMS industrial multimeter (6,000 count)
$179.99
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Extech EX520-NIST True RMS industrial multimeter (6,000 count), includes NIST traceable certificate
$254.99
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Extech Heavy Duty Industrial Multimeters EX530 True RMS industrial multimeter (40,000 count)
$219.99
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Extech EX530-NIST True RMS industrial multimeter (40,000 count), includes NIST traceable certificate
$294.99
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Extech Electrical Test Lead Kit TL810 Electrical test lead kit
$49.99
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Extech TP200 Type K Clamp Temperature Probe TP200 Type K pipe clamp temperature probe
$40.99
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The Heavy Duty Multimeters can be used to obtain voltage (AC or DC), current (AC or DC), resistance, capacitance, frequency, duty cycle, and temperature measurements, as well as to perform diode tests or check for continuity.

  • (1) Heavy duty industrial multimeter
  • (1) 9 V battery
  • (2) Test leads
  • (1) HG500 Magnetic hanging strap
  • (1) Soft carrying case
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