Stanley Cordless Multimeter
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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
|Batteries included||Batteries included|
|Digital display||LCD display|
|Minimum temperature range||0°C|
|Maximum temperature range||1000°C|
|Number of batteries||1|
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