- Multimaster Features:
- 0.02% (MM570A) and 0.03% (MM560A) basic DCV accuracy
- 50,000 count (500,000 for DCV and Hz) backlit LCD display with bargraph
- Filtered frequency function with adjustable trigger levels for variable speed motor drives and high voltage applications
- Special True RMS combination AC+DC function for measurements of rectified AC (non-symmetrical) voltage & current waveforms
- AC/DC current to 10A with 0.01μA resolution
- 4 to 20mA, displayed as 0-100% for process current measurements
- Max/Min recording with autoranging
- Capacitance, Frequency, Resistance, Continuity, Duty cycle and Diode tests
- High resolution to 1μV, 0.0001Hz, 0.01Ω, 0.01μA and 0.1°
- dBm measurements with 20 selectable impedances
- Features include Auto Power off, Relative & Hold
- Peak function captures transient pulses On power-up, meter defaults to last set function
- Audible and visible test lead misconnection warning
- Optional Windows® 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP compatible PC communication software and optically isolated cable
- Complete with test leads, Type K thermocouple probe (-22 to 572°F/ -30 to 300°C)(MM570A), protective holster with stand and 9V battery
- Additional Features Model MM560A:
- Up to 20kHz True RMS ACV bandwidth • 600V input protection on all functions (1000V on Voltage)
- Additional Features Model MM570A:
- Up to 100kHz True RMS ACV bandwidth
- 1000V input protection on all functions
- T1, T2 and T1-T2 dual Type K input temperature display in ̊F or ̊C
|Set Product as New to Date||No|
|Clamp Meter Type||N/A|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year|
|Mfr. Model #||MM570A|
|Usually Ships||7 to 14 days|
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