Extech Industrial DMM/ Clamp Meter Test Kit

The Extech Industrial DMM/Clamp Meter Test Kit includes Model EX505 and Model MA620 meters for testing voltage.

Features

  • Set of double molded professional test leads
  • Type K thermocouple bead probe
  • Type K to banana input adaptor
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The Extech DMM/Clamp Meter Test Kig includes Model EX505 rugged, drop-proof multimeter with true RMS functions. Model MA620 is a 600A true RMS 6000 count AC clamp-on multimeter with built-in non-contact AC voltage detector, test leads, and temperature probe. The kit also includes a set of double molded professional test leads, type K thermocouple bead probe, and type K banana input adaptor. It is supplied in a soft carrying case that provides protection and organization for the meters whenever they are needed.

EX505

 

  • Display counts: 4000 count
  • Averaging/true RMS: true RMS
  • Basic accuracy:  0.5%
  • DC voltage: 0.1mV to 1000VDC
  • AC voltage: 0.1mV to 1000VAC
  • DC/AC current range: 0.1μA to 10A
  • Resistance range: 0.1Ωto 40MΩ
  • Capacitance range: 0.01nF to 100μF
  • Frequency (electrical) range: 5Hz to 1kHz
  • Frequency (electronic) range: 0.001Hz to 10 MHz
  • Temperature range: -4 to 1382°F (-20 to 750°C)
  • Duty cycle range: 0.1 to 99.9%
  • Diode/continuity: yes
  • Dimensions: 7.25x3.25x2.25"(184x83x57mm)
  • Weight: 12.3oz (349g)

 

MA620

 

  • Display counts: 6000
  • AC current (true RMS) range: 60.00A, 600.0
  • AC current (true RMS) maximum resolution: 0.01A
  • AC current (true RMS) basic accuracy: ±(2.8% + 8d)
  • AC voltage (true RMS) range: 6.000V, 60.00V, 600.0V
  • AC voltage (true RMS) maximum resolution: 0.001mV
  • AC voltage (true RMS) basic accuracy: ±(1.8% + 8d)
  • DC voltage range: 600.0mV, 6.000V, 60.00V, 600.0V
  • DC voltage maximum resolution: 0.1mV
  • DC voltage basic accuracy: ±(1.5% + 2d)
  • Resistance range: 600.0Ω, 6.000kΩ, 60.00kΩ,600.0kΩ, 6.000MΩ, 60.00MΩ
  • Resistance maximum resolution: 0.1Ω
  • Resistance basic accuracy: ±(1.0% + 4d)
  • Frequency range: 10Hz to 10kHz
  • Frequency maximum resolution: 0.01nF
  • Frequency basic accuracy: ±(3.0% + 5d)
  • Temperature range: -4 to 1400°F (-20 to 760°C)
  • Temperature maximum resolution: 0.1°
  • Temperature basic accuracy: ±(3.% + 9°F/5°C)
  • Diode: yes
  • Continuity: yes
  • Dimensions: 9.1 x 3 x 1.5" (232 x 77 x 39mm)
  • Weight: 9.6oz (271g)
  • (1) EX505 meter
  • (1) MA620 meter
  • (1) Set of double molded professional test leads
  • (1) Magnetic hanging strap
  • (1) Type K thermocouple bead probe
  • (1) Type K Banana input adaptor
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