Extech EX845 AC/DC Clamp Meter/MultiMeter with built-in IR Thermometer and Wireless Capability
- True RMS Current and Voltage measurements
- MultiMeter functions include AC/DC Voltage, Resistance, Capacitance, Frequency, Diode, and Continuity
- 1.7" (43mm) jaw opening for conductors up to 750MCM or two 500MCM
- 4000 count backlit display
- Peak hold captures inrush currents and Transients
- Built-in non-contact IR Thermometer with laser pointer
- Features include Data Hold and Min/Max and Auto Power off
- Autoranging with manual range button
- MeterLink™ Bluetooth transmitter Wirelessly transmits Voltage and Current readings to selected FLIR thermal imaging IR cameras to incorporate meter readings with thermal images
- Complete with CAT IV test leads, 9V battery, Type K probe, pouch case, and Professional Test Lead Set
Accelerate Infrared Inspections with METERLiNK™
FLIR cameras are now equipped with METERLiNK™, an exclusive wireless technology that records essential meter readings at a job site directly onto your infrared images. METERLiNK™ connects your FLIR camera with select Extech meters via Bluetooth, transmitting readings that add value and insight to your infrared inspections and reports.
FLIR infrared cameras quickly locate problems with electrical components such as motors, fuses, breaker panels and more.
METERLiNK™ makes it easy for a thermographer to quickly take electrical readings using an Extech EX845 clamp meter and instantly record them right on an infrared image.
METERLiNK™ Helps You:
- Quantify electrical problems in reports
- Document energy-consumption insights
- Add detail to load imbalance diagnostics
|Set Product as New to Date||Jun 11, 2014|
|Clamp Meter Type||AC/DC Clamp Meters|
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