Digital Multimeter Electrical Test Kit

Cat. No.: 
MM320KIT
Product Features
Digital Multimeter measures up to 600V AC/DC voltage, 10A DC current and 2 ohm resistance
Meter also test batteries, diodes and continuity
Voltage Tester NCVT-3P has dual-range capabilities to detect from 12 to 1000V AC or 70 to 1000V AC for a broad variety of low-voltage or standard voltage applications
Bright torch illuminates work area and may be used independent of the NCVT-3P voltage detection function
ET45 tests AC voltages from 28V to 240V AC at four useful levels aligned with commonly used residential voltages, and DC voltages from 32V to 330V at four common levels
Built-in test lead holders on back of ET45 hold the leads in one of two positions: one so that they are spaced correctly to test tamper-resistant US-style outlets; and the other for the convenient storage of the test leads
RT210 detects the most common wiring problems in standard and GFCI receptacles including open ground, reverse polarity, open hot, open neutral and hot/ground reversed
Receptacle tester works on GFCI outlets and confirms the operation of the ground fault protective device
Specifications
Type:
Digital Multimeter Electrical Kit
Application:
Measures up to 600V AC/DC voltage, 10A DC current and 2 MΩ resistance. Tests Batteries, Diodes and Continuity
Special Features:
Auto Power-Off on MM320 Multimeter
Material:
ABS/Electronics
Batteries:
2 x AAA
Drop Protection:
3.3' (1 m)
Display:
MM320: 2000 Count LCD
Functions:
Hold
Voltage:
600 V AC/DC
Current:
10 A
Ohms (Resistance):
2 MΩ
Standard:
CAT III 600V; CE
Included:
MM320 Manual Ranging Digital Multimeter, NCVT-3P Dual Range Non-Contact Voltage Tester with Torch, ET45 AC/DC Voltage Tester, RT210 GFCI Receptacle Tester, Carrying Case, Instructions and All Needed Batteries
Overall Length:
6.39'' (162.4 cm)
Overall Height:
1.80'' (45.7 cm)
Overall Width:
3.12'' (79.4 cm)
Weight:
8.2 oz (231 g)
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Warnings
Do not attempt to measure resistance or continuity on live circuits.
Read, understand and follow all instructions, cautions and warnings attached to and/or packed with all test and measurement devices before each use.
Before each use, verify the meter operation by measuring a known voltage or current.
Do not use the meter during electrical storms or in wet weather, and do not use the meter or test leads if they appear to be damaged.