|Item Weight||12.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.4 x 3.2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||EX410|
|Batteries||1 9V batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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Extech EX410 Manual Ranging Digital Multimeter with Type K Remote Probe Thermometer
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- Extra large backlit display
- High resolution down to 0.1mV DC, 0.1mA DC and 0.1?
- Type K temperature function
- Input fuse protection and Auto Power Off
- Protective holster and adjustable tilt stand with Velcro? hanging strap
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EX410 Eight-Function True RMS Professional MultiMeter
Compact and powerful, the Extech EX410 Eight-Function True RMS Professional MultiMeter provides the versatility of multiple meters in one convenient device. The EX410 measures AC/DC voltage and current, resistance, diode, and temperance. A large, backlit display and 1-inch high digits allow for easy reading, while the ergonomically designed housing offers comfortable, one-handed operation.
Eight Functions in One Affordable Package
The EX410 offers mulitple functions so you can carry one meter into the field instead of several. The manual-ranging EX410 measures AC/DC voltage, AC/DC current, resistance, diode, and continuity, all with +/-0.5 percent basic accuracy. The unit has low current capability, measuring down to 0.1uA, and features input fuse protection and mis-connection warnings. A Type K thermometer is built in for surface or air temperature measurements.
CAT III test leads are included. For added convenience, the unit comes with a multi-position tilt stand, a Velcro strap for hanging, and a protective holster with handy test lead holder.
Large, Backlit LCD Screen For Easy Reading
Readings on the EX410 are displayed on a large, backlit LCD screen with easy-to-read, 1-inch-high digits. The 2,000-count screen offers high resolution over wide ranges, and features a data hold function that "freezes" information on the screen for longer viewing. To preserve your batteries, the unit has auto power-off.
At a Glance:
- Accurately reads eight basic and advanced measurements
- Ergonomically designed for comfortable one-handed operation
- Type K bead wire temperature probe for surface or air measurements
- One-year limited warranty on parts and labor
Durable, Comfortable Body with Useful Accessories
The Extech EX410 is ergonomically designed and weighs less than 1 pound, so it offers a comfortable grip for one-handed operation. It measures a slim 7-2/5 by 3-1/5 by 2 inches (H x W x D), and uses one 9-volt battery.
The Extech EX410 Eight-Function Professional MultiMeter is backed by a manufacturer's one-year limited warranty on parts and labor.
What's in the Box
Multimeter, CAT III test leads, stand, hanging strap, holster with built-in test lead storage, Type K bead wire temperature probe, and battery.
Top Customer Reviews
1) Changing a fuse requires removing 4 screws on the back and disassembling a daughter board which has the battery wire threaded through it.
2) DC Voltage ranges are 200mV, 2V, 200V, and 500V. If you are measuring something between 2V and 200V you will only have a readout precision down to 0.1V. That's pretty good precision at 200V. But at 3V it's only 1 part in 30.
3) The front of the package claims that this model has an internal temperature sensor. While many of the 400 series multimeters have internal temperature sensors, this one does not. The back of the package gets it right showing that you'd need the model 220 to get the internal sensor. It does come with a thermocouple probe.
It has a misconnection alarm feature that lets you know when a connection is not right; unfortunately, it detects misconnections in terminals that are not in use. The two ammeter terminals on the left are the culprits.
I have taken the unit apart several times in an effort to fix it. The vinyl jacket is very stiff, and needs to be heated with a hair dryer to make it flexible enough to remove. Once all of the screws are removed, including the battery compartment screws, the case separates about 1/2", and then the battery must be slid through the slot in the battery compartment in order to fully open the case.
It takes a bit of fiddling with the terminals to get the alarm to stay off; it usually comes back on once the case is put back together and the screws tightened. Rinse and repeat.
I bought this meter because is inexpensive compared to a Fluke. I would gladly trade it for a Simpson 260!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great multimeter for the price! Very pleased with the purchase. Love the thermocouple option.Published 9 months ago by Jonathan Erber
I have found anything wrong with this Multimeter. But I did not use all the features.Published 12 months ago by Thinking man
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