Stanley Cordless Multimeter

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Product code:
3253560773649

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Stanley Cordless Multimeter

Product code:
3253560773649
Stanley Cordless Multimeter Stanley Cordless Multimeter Stanley Cordless Multimeter Stanley Cordless Multimeter

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£25.00

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This cordless multimeter is specially designed for measuring dc voltage, ac voltage, dc current, resistance, continuity, temperature and diode test.

  • Suitable for - Troubleshooting electrical problems in wide array of industiral and household items such as electonic equipment, domestic appliances and power supplies etc.
  • Comes with - Test leads, thermocouple and 9v battery

Features and Benefits

Accuracy: DC voltage 200mv +/- 0.5% to 300v +/- 1%, AC voltage +/- 1.2%, DC current settings from +/- 1% to +/- 2%, Resistance setting from +/- 1% to 1.2%, Temperature from +/- 1% to 1.5%

  • Category 3 - 300v, 10A compact digital multimeter for measuring DC and AC voltage, DC current, resistance, continuity, diode polarity and temperature
  • Comes with polarity indication, data hold and overrange indication
  • Allows up to 300v to test DC / AC voltage and range from 40hz to 400hz
  • Tests DC current to 10 Amp
  • Tests temperature to 1000 degrees

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Stanley Cordless Multimeter
Batteries included Batteries included
Battery life 5hours
Battery type PP3
Guarantee 1year
Indicator Audio warning
Digital display LCD display
Minimum temperature range 0°C
Maximum temperature range 1000°C
Number of batteries 1
Voltage 9V
Depth 25mm
Height 25mm
Length 135mm
Weight 136g
Model STHT0-77364

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