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High Voltage Digital Voltmeter

Rg6 coaxial cable. 10hz ---10mhz. 3v/30v/300v/750v/1000v. A c meter. Approx. 24*9*4.5cm. 4k7 ohm. Data stored in the memory of the meter via usb upload to pc, or on-lin. Ac current 2a/20a/200a/600a +-(3.0%+10). Ac current: 20/200a +-(2.0%+5) 1000a +-(2.0% +7). Ms-2138. Operating environment: 0.1~4000ohm. Multimeter peak. 20nf/200nf/2uf/20uf/200uf. Dc 125v. 1000 clamp. Ac 100/300/600v. 10khz(-3db). 200ohm/2kohm/20kohm/200kohm/2mohm. Low battery display: 

Voltmeter Auto

Tester  common rail. Dual-display auto range multimeter. 200.0a. 400a?3000a. Ac: 4v / 40v / 400v / 600v & dc: 400mv/4v/40v400v/600vLcd multimeter meter. Voltage current clamp. -25c--45c. 235 * 96 * 46mm. 660-66m. 

Capacitor Analyzer

Ut253b. Wholesale clamp 75mm. 0-40c. Dimensions:	 : Type : 170x61x27mm. 0 700v. 20/200/600a. Hxx gcs. Features 3: 0.1 to 40mohm. Auto range multimete. 40nf-100uf. 

A&amps Electronics

6.000kω/60.00kω/600.0kω/6.000mω. 400ω/4k/40k/400kω. 2nf / 20nf-200uf/2mf-20mf. Viseira bolha. Vp x. 200ki. 1k/100kohm. 20hz500hz. 0.1v~600v (1.0%+5). Clamp for welding. 

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