Extech DL160 Dual Input True RMS AC Voltage/Current Datalogger

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Datalog up to 256,000 readings with user programmable sample rate

The Extech DL160 is a Dual Input True RMS AC Voltage/Current Data logger. Simultaneously data log 2 channels of up to 256,000 readings of TRMS AC Voltage (600V) or Current (200A) or one AC Voltage and one AC Current input with a user programmable sample rate from 1 second to 24 hours. LCD displays time/date, current reading, and min/max. Readings can be downloaded to your PC via the USB interface. Featuring Normal, Peak, and Capture (user specified trigger level) recording modes. Complete with 2 current clamps, two sets of test leads, 2 sets of alligator clips, software, USB cable, Universal AC Adapter, and 4 x AAA and 2 x CR2032 Batteries.

CAT III    CE    1 Year

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With the Extech DL160 Dual Input Voltage / Current datalogger you can monitor and log data (Voltage/Voltage, Current/Current or Voltage/Current) over long periods of time and then easily transfer the data to a pc for viewing and evaluation. The LCD display provides real time data, Max/Min data and time information.

Extech DL160 Dual Input True RMS AC Voltage/Current Datalogger Features:

  • Simultaneously measure two AC Voltage inputs or two AC Current inputs or one AC Voltage and one AC Current input
  • Readings can be downloaded to your PC via the USB interface and analyzed using the included software or exported to a spreadsheet
  • LCD indicates time/date, current readings and Min/Max
  • Auto Power off and battery check
  • Complete with 2 Current and Voltage sensor modules, two sets of test leads and alligator clips, USB cable, Windows® software, AC Adaptor and four AAA batteries

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