Multimeter LDanalog 20

LD 531120
Multimeter LDanalog 20
  8  Multimeter LDanalog 20

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Description

High overload-capacity measuring instrument with integrated protection against damage due to improper handling, specially designed for student's and practical experiments. The moving coil instrument is protected against damage with two diodes connected in opposing directions. Automatic battery cut-out after approx. 45 min.

Technical data

  • DC voltage ranges: 0.1 ... 300 V (8 ranges)
  • AC voltage ranges: 3 ... 300 V (5 ranges)
  • DC current ranges: 0.1 mA to 3 A (6 ranges)
  • AC current ranges: 0.1 mA to 3 A (5 ranges)
  • Internal resistance: 10 MΩ/V (=)/6.67 kΩ/V (~)
  • Accuracy: class 2/3~
  • Zero point: left/centre (switchable)
  • Mirror scale: yes
  • Batteries (included): 9 V, 6 x F22 (685 45ET5)
  • Overload capacity/fuses: F 3.15 A/300 V fuses
  • Dimensions: 10 cm x 14 cm x 3.5 cm
  • Weight: 270 g

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