Includes 2 x AAA batteries, 1 pair Test leads, 1 pair thermocouple banana probes, USB lead, mini CD ROM
- Auto ranging
- USB connection for datalogging to a PC
- Min/max recording
- Push button controls
- Duty cycle % range
- Bar graph display
- Data hold and relative modes
- Continuity buzzer and diode check
- Battery included
- Frequency measurement
- Time & date display
- Auto power off
- Cat III 600V.
- DC voltage: 600mV, 6V, 60V, 600V, 1000V
- AC voltage: 6V, 60V, 600V, 750V
- DC current: 60mA, 600mA,6A, 10A
- AC current: 60mA, 600mA,6A, 10A
- Resistance: 600 Ohm, 6k Ohm, 60k Ohm, 600k Ohm, 6M Ohm, 60M Ohm
- Capacitance: 40nF, 400nF, 4μF, 40μF, 200μF
- Frequency: 10Hz, 100Hz, 1kHz, 10kHz, 100kHz, 1MHz, 20MHz
- Continuity: <30 Ohm, Audible tester
- Diode test: Test Current ≈1mA
- Display: 3.75 digit LCD, 3999 count
- Protection: 10A M205
- Dimensions: ≈ 91W x 49D x 185H
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