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Z683167 Aldrich

Wireless handheld multimeter/datalogger

with PC interface 915 MHz

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Related Categories Extech, Labware, Manufacturer Browser, Multimeters
feature   CE compliant
mfr. no.   Extech Instruments

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• Real time datalogging or wireless data transmission directly to your PC (30 ft/10 m)
• True RMS measurements for accurate AC Voltage and Current measurements
• Diode open circuit voltage of 2.8 V DC
• Double molded construction for waterproof (IP67) protection
• 1000 V input protection on all functions
• Dual sensitivity frequency functions
• Backlit triple LCD display includes two sub-displays for simultaneous indication of frequency with voltage and memory data/location information
• Auto power off with disable feature
• Complete with double molded test leads, magnetic hanging strap, Type K bead wire temperature probe, remote receiver with USB cable, Windows® compatible software
• Includes 9 V battery and hard carrying case

Specifications:
Display Counts: 40,000 count
Basic Accuracy: 0.06%
DC/AC Voltage: 0.01 mV to 1000 V DC; 0.01 mV to 1000 VAC
DC/AC Current; 0.01 μA to 20 A
Resistance: 0.01 Ω to 40 MΩ
Capacitance: 0.001 nF to 40 mF
Frequency (electrical): 40 Hz to 4 kHz
Frequency (electronic): 0.001 Hz to 100 MHz
Temperature: -50 to 1382°F (-45 to 750°C)
Duty Cycle: 0.1 to 99.90%
Diode: (2.8 V)/Continuity Yes

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