UKAS(1233260) RSPro IDM99IV Multimeter

  • N° de stock RS 123-3522
  • Fabricant RS PRO
Documentation technique
Législations et de normes
Statut RoHS non applicable
Pays d'origine : TW
Détails du produit

RS PRO IDM99IV Digital Multimeter

RS PRO IDM99IV Digital Multimeter is a handheld device that can measure capacitance, voltage, electrical current and resistance with diode and continuity check. This meter has an LCD display where the measurement readouts can be viewed, with 6000 counts digital display and 62 segment bar graph. This is an excellent rugged and easy to use industrial multimeter. The IDM series provides features to suit electrical and electronic applications.

RS PRO range of handheld and bench digital multimeters are RS approved meaning that they are great value for money and high quality you can rely on.

Features and Benefits:

Extra-large scale white backlit display
True RMS
0.08% basic DCV accuracy
Automatic AC-DC Voltage detects with low impedance (Auto-V LoZ)
Smart Data Hold
Peak Hold (1 ms)
Min / Max function
Frequency counter on AC mode
Low battery indicator with segments
Auto Power Off (20 min)
CAT. IV 600 V / CAT. III 1000 V Safety standard
VoltSeek (non-contact voltage detect)
Shockproof from a 4 feet drop
Functions measured - AC and DC Current, AC and DC Voltage, Capacitance, Resistance, Temperature

Accuracy:

±(% reading + number of dogits) at 23°C ± 5°C 80% RH

AV Function:

ACV and ACA specifications as AC coupled, true RMS Crest factor up to 3.0 at 4000 counts

Impedance:

10MΩ

Overload Protection:

AC/DC 1000 V

What Is Included?

Battery installed
Test lead set
Temperature probe
Protective holster
User manual

Typical Applications:
A digital multimeter is a handy test tool that measures electrical values such as voltage, current, and resistance. A DMM is used by technicians in the following areas:
Electrical and electronic industries

Safety guidelines
When using any electrical test equipment it is advised that you refer to the user’s manual for proper working operating procedures and safety precautions in order to avoid potential safety hazards.

What is the difference between an analogue and a digital multimeter?
The main difference is the display. A digital multimeter will show the results as numbers on a screen (usually a LED or LCD screen) whereas the analogue version has a needle to show the value.

Standards

CAT. IV 600 V / CAT. III 1000 V

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Prix Each
250,88
(TVA exclue)
303,56
(TVA incluse)
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250,88 €