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Battery Operated Megohmmeter, 10,000VDC
- Item # 5NLK9
- Mfr. Model # FLUKE-1555
- UNSPSC # 41113628
- Catalog Page # 766
- Shipping Weight 17.27 lbs.
- ItemBattery Operated Megohmmeter
- Output Test Voltage50 to 10,000VDC
- Insulation Resistance Range2T Ohms
- Live Circuit DetectionGreater Than30V
- Capacitance Range0.01 to 15 uF
- Auto Power OffYes
- Safety RatingCAT III 1000V, CAT IV 600V
- Leakage Current Range1nA to 2mA
- Data Logging99 Data Points
- FeaturesAutomatic Calculation of Dielectric Absorption Ratio (DAR) and Polarization Index (PI)
- Power Source12V Rechargeable Lead Acid Battery
- IncludesTest Cables with Alligator Clips, USB Adapter with Interface Cable, Software, AC Power Cord, Soft Carrying Case and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length3 yr.
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