A workbench essential for developing audio crossover circuits, switchmode power supplies and RF circuits. This meter includes a large 30mm, 3.5 digit display and is capable of reading capacitance from 2nF to 1000µF on polarised (electrolytic) and non-polarised capacitors, and inductance from 2mH to 20H. Supplied with high quality silicon rubber croc clip and test probe leads, rubber holster.
- High accuracy inductance & capacitance ranges
- Jumbo 1999 count readout
- Battery included
- Supplied with quality silicon rubber test leads, rubber holster.
- Inductance: 2mH, 20mH, 200mH, 2H, 20H (±2.0%+5d)
- Capacitance: 2nF, 200nF, 2µF, 20µF, 200µF, 1000µF (±1.0%+5d)
- Transistor test: hFE (PNP and NPN)
- Display: 3.5 digit LCD, 1999 count
- Protection: 315mA M205 fused on L/C input
- Dimensions: ≈ 97W x 35D x 190H mm
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