Multimeter Clamps on Electrical Wire Takes Readings

Press Release
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Multimeter 8110: Image credit Blue Sea Systems

Blue Sea Systems's AC or DC 8110 Multimeter, ideal for most boats, simply clamps around a single wire.

Multimeter 8110 features:

    •    Clamp allows measurement of AC and DC current in wires without disturbing the circuits or contacting live terminals
    •    Auto range simplifies operation: 0.01-400 Amps, 0.001-600 Volts
    •    Auto power-off selection - power turns off automatically after 10 minutes of non-use
    •    True RMS - required for accurate measurement of inverter output
    •    Large digital display makes reading measurements easy
    •    Data hold - press "HOLD" button during measurement to lock reading value
    •    Test leads included with meter

Specifications

  • AC Voltage 0.001-600 Volts
  • AC Current 0.01-400 Amperes
  • DC Current 0.01-400 Amperes
  • DC Voltage 0.001-600 Volts
  • Resistance/Continuity Alarm 0.1-40Mohms
  • Maximum Clamp Size
  • 30mm or 0.39"x1.378" (10mm x 35mm)
  • Safety Classificaiton 600 Volts, Category II
  • Range Auto
  • Low Battery Indicator Yes
  • LCD Display 3 3/4 digits
  • Measurement Resolution 4300 Counts
  • Sampling Rate Approximately 2 times/second
  • Operating Temperature Range
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