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Extech Instruments

Model EX810

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Manual Clamp DMM + IR Thermometer 1000-Amp AC

$125.13 /each

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Clamp meter features built-in IR thermometer with laser pointer for non-contact surface measurements from -58 to 518˚F (-50 to 270˚C). Clamp-on measures AC current up to 1000-Amp with a maximum resolution of 0.1-Amp. The 1.7 in. jaw fits around conductors up to 750MCM. Peak hold captures motor inrush currents and other surges. Data hold and auto power off. Other functions include AC/DC-Voltage, resistance, capacitance and frequency. Complete with test leads, 9-Volt battery and case.

  • Built-in IR thermometer measures surface temperature from -58 to 518˚F (-50 to 270˚C)
  • Measures AC current up to 1000-Amp with maximum resolution of 0.1-Amp
  • AC/DC-Voltage, resistance, capacitance and frequency functions
  • Peak hold captures inrush currents
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measuring 120 and220 voltages

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Will I be able to distinguish all my home electrical voltages ann where they are being used at 120 or 240 ectera and where these wires go in my home?
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HI Ozzie,
You can use this to trace wires in your house, but it requires a few steps. You would need to power down all circuits in your house and then power each on, one at a time. Then go from room to room looking for Voltage at each of your electrical outlets.. This will let you identify which outlets are connected to each circuit breaker.
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