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Extech PRC15 Current and Voltage Calibrator / Meter

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Extech Precision Current & Voltage Source / Measure Calibrator

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$449.99

Description

Details

  • 0 to 24mA (-25 to 125%) readout
  • 24V DC power source for 2-wire current loop
  • 0 to 20V DC calibration source
  • Up to five user adjustable calibration presets
  • Palm-sized double molded housing and large dot-matrix digital backlit LCD
  • Standard banana I/O ports
  • Large battery bank for extended work cycle
  • External power adapter for continuous work cycle
  • Includes test leads, alligator clips, 100V-240V AC universal adaptor with 4 plugs, six AA batteries, and hard carrying case

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-EXPRC15
Set Product as New to Date No
Specification No
Clamp Meter Type N/A
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Mfr. Model # PRC15
Usually Ships 7 to 10 Days
Standards CE Approved

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