USB Digital Meter, USB-A and USB-C

Cat. No.: 
ET920
Product Features
3 to 20V DC; Current: 0.05 to 3A (USB-A); 3 to 20V DC; Current: 0.05 to 5A (USB-C)
Continuously monitor up to 1000 hours of voltage, current, capacity/charge delivered, energy and resistance (calculated)
Tests most common standard USB-A or USB-C ports, including Qualcomm Quick Charge® ports
Store and recall up to 10 readings
Voltage and current overload detection
Hi-resolution LCD for clear visibility in environments with low ambient lighting
Durable cables to allow easy access to hard-to-reach ports
Rugged, pocket-sized and lightweight Klein industrial design stands up to jobsite demands
Built to withstand a 6.6' (2 m) drop
No batteries needed; powered by the USB port that is being tested
Specifications
Type:
USB-A (Type A) and USB-C (Type C)
Application:
USB Port Voltage, Current, Capacity, Energy and Resistance (Calculated)
Special Features:
Fits any USB-A and USB-C ports
Voltage:
3 to 20V DC
Current:
USB-A: 0.05 to 3A; USB-C: 0.05-5A
Capacity used:
99999 mAh Maximum
Energy delivered:
999 Wh Maximum
Resistance:
400 Ohms Maximum
Elapsed time:
Up to 999 hours, 59 min, 59 secs
USB Compatibility:
USB-A, USB-C; Qualcomm Quick Charge® Compatible
Drop Protection:
2 m (6.6')
Ingress protection:
IP20
Display:
LCD
Material:
Polymer
Overall Length:
2.96'' (7.5 cm)
Overall Height:
0.60'' (1.5 cm)
Overall Width:
1.96'' (5 cm)
Weight:
1.70 oz (48.0 g)
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Warnings
To ensure the safe operation and service of this meter, follow all instructions. Failure to observe these warnings can result in severe injury or death.
This meter will NOT display a current below 50 milliamperes, even if it is allowing this to pass through. NOTE: The display will show zero current.
Do NOT use with ports that operate outside of the rated voltage and current. NEVER use on a circuit with a voltage or current that exceeds the maximum specified for this device.
Do NOT use during electrical storms or in wet weather. Do NOT use if the meter appears to be damaged. Use caution when working with voltages above 25 V AC RMS or 24 V DC. Such voltages pose a shock hazard.