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Multimeters

Multimeters
Multimeters
A multimeter is an electronic testing device that combines several measurement functions into one unit. The simplest multimeters measure voltage, current and resistance. Advanced multimeters can also measure capacitance, conductance, frequency, inductance, temperature, continuity and more with application-specific attachments.

Digital multimeters typically feature a display, a dial to select different measurement functions, and test leads or a clamp to test components or wires. High-end multimeters also include a number of buttons that further specify the measurement characteristic or store and recall data.

Digital multimeters are preferred for their rugged construction, handheld use, and portability for fieldwork. Analog meters are less common, but applicable in situations where measurement values rapidly fluctuate.

100 Series Image
  • 600 VAC/VDC
  • 6mA~10 Amps
  • 40M Ohms Resistance
  • Auto/Manual Ranging
  • 0.5% Accuracy
Flukes line of series 100 Professional Multimeters are used to measure electrical quantities. They have a 600 VAC/VDC measuring capability, and are able to withhold a 6mA~10 Amp current range. Flukes Multimeter can measure alternating and direct current potential differences (voltages), current, and resistance, with several full-scale ranges provided for each quantity. This special brand of meter offers auto/manual ranging, and a large 4 digit display. With Fluke meters it doesn't matter what the job, they have measurement functions, troubleshooting features, resolution and the accuracy to solve more problems on Motor Drives, in-plant automation, power distribution, and Electro-mechanical equipment.
MN Series Image
  • 600 VAC/VDC
  • Up to 10 Amps
  • 20M Ohms Resistance
  • Auto/Manual Ranging
  • Continuity W/Diode Test
Extechs MN series digital multimeters are designed to measure electrical quantities. An Extech Multimeter can measure alternating and direct current potential differences (voltages), current, and resistance, with several full-scale ranges provided for each quantity. These meters have a 600 VAC/VDC range, and current readings for up to 10 Amps. Extechs lines of Multimeters are available with auto and manual ranging options. Extechs DMM displays the measurement on a numeric LCD display. These meters are typically used for computers, control equipment, electronic/electrical troubleshooting, or HVAC.
170 Series Image
  • 1000 VAC/VDC
  • 10 Amps Current
  • 50M Ohms Resistance
  • 100K Hz Frequency
  • Backlight
Flukes line of series 170 Multimeters have a 1000VAC/VDC measuring capability, and are able to read 10 Amp current range. Flukes Multimeter can measure alternating and direct current potential differences (voltages), current, and resistance, with several full-scale ranges provided for each quantity. This special brand of meter offers auto/manual ranging, a 50M ohm resistance and between .09 and 1% accuracy. With Fluke meters it doesn't matter what the job, they have measurement functions, troubleshooting features, resolution and the accuracy to solve more problems on Motor Drives, in-plant automation, power distribution, and Electro-mechanical equipment.
80 Series Image
  • Up to 1000 VAC/VDC
  • 10 Amps Current
  • Resistance ranges to 50M ohms
  • 5 Digit Display
  • Continuity W/Diode Test
This series of Fluke multimeters have a 1000VAC/VDC measuring capability, and are able to withhold up to 10 Amps of current. In some models, this special brand of meter has a built-in thermometer which conveniently allows you to take temperature measurements without carrying a separate tool. With Fluke meters it doesn't matter what the job, they have measurement functions, troubleshooting features, resolution and the accuracy to solve more problems on Motor Drives, in-plant automation, power distribution, and Electro-mechanical equipment.
  • Large digit display with bright, two-level backlight makes the 80 Series V significantly easier to read than older models
9305 Series Image
  • 4000 Count Backlit Display
  • AC Current Measurements up to 400A
  • Backlit Display
  • Auto Power Off
  • Low Battery Indicator
The Triplett Model 9305 is 4000 count high performance digital compact clamp-on meter with a backlit LCD display. It offers a large variety of measurement features including AC Current, AC/DC Voltage, Resistance, Continuity, Diode Test, Temperature and Capacitance. The rubberized overmolded housing provides impact and drop resistance in a sleek ergonomic design, and the user-friendly Auto Power Off feature helps maximizes battery life. With a leading CAT III design it provides superior resistance to damage from transient overvoltages in any demanding industrial settings. The Model 9305 is suited for a variety of industrial and residential applications such as security, electrical, HVAC installations and more.
  • Temperature, Capacitance, and Resistance Ranges
  • Shock Absorbing Case
  • Overload Protection
  • Double Insulated
  • voltage Range up to 600V
365 Series Image
  • 200A AC and DC Current Measurement with Detachable Jaw
  • 600VAC and DC Voltage Measurement
  • True-RMS Ac Voltage and Current for Accurate Measurement on Non-Linear Signals
  • Resistance Measurement to 6000 ohms with Continuity Detection
The Fluke 365 is an innovative Fluke clamp meter, offering a thin, small jaw design that makes it easy to get around tightly packed wires. The detachable jaw on a flexible lead makes access to wires and viewing the display easier than ever. The Fluke 365 measures current up to 200 A ac and dc with true-rms measurement.
287 Series Image
  • 0.025% Basic DC Accuracy
  • 100kHz AC Bandwidth
  • True-RMS AC Voltage and Current for Accurate Measurements on Complex Signals or Non-Linear Loads
  • Measure up to 10A (20A for 30 Seconds; 10A Continuous)
  • 100mF Capacitance Range
The Fluke 287 True-rms Electronics Logging Multimeter with TrendCapture quickly documents design performance and graphically displays what happened. Its' unique logging and graphing capabilities mean you no longer need to download logged readings to a PC to detect a trend. The Fluke 287 packs more accuracy and convenience into a handheld multimeter than ever before, putting more problem solving power in your hands. It is the ultimate handheld tool for demanding applications that require high-precision.
  • Log Multiple Sessions or Log Data Continuously for Over 200 Hours
  • Real Time Clock - For Automatic Time Stamping of Saved Readings
  • Multi-Lingual Interface
  • Temperature Function
  • Peak Capture to Record Transients as fast as 250µs
  • CAT III 1000V/CAT IV 600V Safety Rated
9325 Series Image
  • True RMS Measurements
  • 6000 Count Display
  • AC/DC Current Measurements up to 1000A
  • Backlit Display
  • Low Battery Indicator
The Triplett Model 9325 is a 3 3/4 (6000 count) True RMS digital clamp-on meter with a backlit LCD display. It offers a large variety of measurement features including AC/DC Current, AC/DC Voltage, Resistance, Continuity, Diode Test, Temperature and Capacitance. The rubberized overmolded housing provides impact and drop resistance in a sleek ergonomic design, and the user-friendly Auto Power Off feature helps maximizes battery life. With a leading CAT III design it provides superior resistance to damage from transient overvoltages in any demanding industrial settings. The Model 9325 is suited for a variety of industrial and residential applications such as security, electrical, HVAC installations and more.
  • Temperature, Capacitance, Resistance, and Frequency Ranges
  • Non-Contact AC Voltage Detector
  • Shock Absorbing Case
  • Overload Protection
  • Double Insulated
  • Voltage Range up to 600V
260 Series Image
  • 1000 VAC/VDC
  • Measures to 20A
  • Up to 20M ohms resistance
  • Mirrored scale
  • Continuity w/diode test
The 260 model analog Multimeters from Simpson features more attributes than its predecessors. Standard and high energy fusing, in conjunction with diode network meter movement protection makes the 260 the best combination of quality and affordability. Up to 36 Measurement Ranges - Covers AC, DC Voltage and Current measurements, as well as resistance testing. Diode networks protect instruments from overload damage during use.
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