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Digital multimeter DT428 series
portable1000 V600 V

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Max voltage
1000 V, 600 V
Max current
10 A
Safety rating
cat III, cat IV
Additional features
with thermometer
Other characteristics
AC/DC, high-precision, high-resolution, USB


DIGITAL MULTIMETER DT4281 World's Premier Digital Multimeter. Superior Accuracy and High Response, Topped with Safety Terminal Shutters Overview The Hioki DT4200 Digital Multimeter Series consist of a complete lineup of 9 models ranging from professional to industrial to pocket meters. The DT4281 is our top-of-the-line high-precision 60000 count digital multimeter with all of the functions and features required for advanced testing in complex power and electrical applications. CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V Key Features • - 60000 count, 5-digit display, high-resolution measurements • - ±0.025% DC V basic accuracy, wide 20 Hz to 100 kHz AC V - frequency characteristics • - Low-pass filter cuts high harmonics (when measuring inverter fundamental waveforms) • - Includes multiple measurement functions such as DC+ACV, - temperature, capacitance, and frequency • - Terminal shutter mechanism (prevents erroneous test lead insertion) • - Measures large currents with optional clamp probe - (only for DT4281, which has no 10 A terminal for accident prevention) • - Measure up to 10A with direct input (DT4282 only) • - Dual display lets you check voltage and frequency simultaneously • - Magnetic strap (Optional) • - Rear kickstand • - Store probes at the back of the tester • - Identify excessively high input with a red screen backlight • - Robust design capable of withstanding a drop from a height of 1 m • - USB communications function supports PC measurements (optional) • - Broad -15 (5°F) to 55°C (131°F) operating temperature range


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