Amprobe MO-100 Milliohm Meter
Diagnose motor, generators and transformers for problems with confidence using the Amprobe MO-100 Digital Milliohm Meter. Quickly check windings for opens or shorts in motors, generators and transformers, wire-to-wire connection resistances in heating elements and contact resistance in critical electrical connections.
The Amprobe MO-100 digital milliohm meter measures resistance up to 2,000 ohms in automotive, industrial, and heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) applications on a LCD screen. The meter's hold function keeps a reading on the display, even after meter is disconnected.
It has four input terminals for taking four-wire resistance measurements to ensure accuracy. It has a minimum resolution of 100 microohms for measuring small amounts of resistance. The meter offers a choice of three test currents for more precise readings. Over-temperature and over-voltage warnings help prevent damage to the meter. The meter comes with four test leads with alligator clips that provide hands-free connection to conductors up to 0.67-inch (17-millimeter) in diameter. The test leads have a shrouded plug that helps protect against shock if the leads are accidentally pulled out of the meter during use.
The MO-100 milliohm meter conforms to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) safety standard 61010, European Conformity (CE) directives, and Australian N10140 guidelines. The meter operates on eight AA batteries (included). Auto power-off feature turns off the unit after 30 seconds of non-use to conserve battery life. It comes with a shoulder strap for hands-free carrying.
- Digital milliohm meter measures resistance up to 2,000 ohms.
- Four input terminals for taking four-wire resistance measurements.
- 100 microohm resolution for measuring small amounts of resistance.
- Choice of three test currents for more precise readings.
- Over-temperature and over-voltage warnings help prevent damage to the meter.
- Accurate four terminal measurement down to 100µ ohms does not require test leads resistance compensation.
- Ranges from 200.0m ohms to 2000 ohms with minimum resolution of 100µ Ohm.