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Process Calibrator Multimeter, NIST
- Item # 4KD99
- Mfr. Model # Fluke-787 NIST
- NSN #
- UNSPSC # 41113630
- Catalog Page # 802
- Shipping Weight 2.9 lbs.
- ItemProcess Calibrator Multimeter
- Source Current0 to 20mA DC
- Current Measurement Range0 to 30 mA DC
- Voltage Measurement Range0 to 1000VAC/DC
- Accuracy+/-0.5% + 2 Digits
- Voltage (AC)400mV/4/40/400/1000
- Voltage (DC)400mV/4/40/400/1000
- Basic DC Accuracy+/-0.01% + 1 Count
- Amps AC1A
- Amps DC30mA/1A
- Resistance (Ohms)400/4K/40K/400K/4M/40M
- True RMSYes
- Frequency Range (Hz)0.5 Hz to 200 K
- Display3-3/4, LCD
- Safety RatingCat III 1000V
- Calibration CertificateNIST
- IncludesTest Leads, Alligator Clips, Protective Holster, 9 V Battery and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length3 Years
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