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Digital Bench Multimeter, Basic Software
- Item # 2GMH4
- Mfr. Model # Fluke-8808A/SU 120V
- NSN #
- UNSPSC # 41113630
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 9.65 lbs.
- Item Digital Bench Multimeter
- Voltage (AC) 200m to 750
- Voltage (DC) 200m to 1000
- Amps AC 20mA - 10
- Amps DC 200u to 10
- Resistance (Ohms) 200 to 100M
- Basic DC Accuracy +/-0.01%
- Counts 55,000
- True RMS Yes
- Interface RS-232
- Frequency Counter 20 Hz to 1 MHz
- Special Features Dual Display
- Display Multi-segment Vacuum Fluorescent
- Auto Ranging Yes
- Resolution 5.5 Digits
- Measurement Functions VAC and VDC, Amps AC and DC, Ohms, and Frequency
- Connectivity RS-232 PC Interface
- Advanced Measurements 2 X 4 Wire Ohms, Setup Keys
- Includes TL71 Test Leads, Line Cord, Spare Line Fuse, FlukeView Forms Basic Software, USB to RS-232 Interface Adapter Cable, Getting Started Guide and CD-ROM with Instruction Manual
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 3 Years
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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