|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 7.1 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||M-60-13|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Excelvan M6013 Digital Auto Ranging Capacitance Meter Capacitor Tester Professional 0.01pF to 470000uF
|Price:||$39.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- ❶WARRANTY: 1 year with 100% satisfaction and zero hassle returns guaranteed.
- ❷NOTE: Please discharge the capacitor before testing. Accuracy may be affected by the lead’s length and distance.
- ❸RANGE: Large measure range from 0.01pF to 470mF/470000uF, V2 reads up to 470mF. Reading 2200uF only take ~0.2S.
- ❹STABLE: More stable on reading. With auto running averaging function, it can read pF more stable and accurate.
- ❺MATRIX: 128 x 64 dot matrix LCD, display 5 digital reading. Can use mirco usb as external power.
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❶Accuracy may be affected by the test lead’s length and distance, especially for testing pF small capacitance. Shortest test lead is recommended,
and be careful the surrounding EMI or RF noise may affect the pF reading.
❷Please discharge the capacitor before testing. You can use a screwdriver to short circuit or series with a resistor around 10ohm and short for 5
to 10s. There is one fast zener diode inside the meter to prevent high voltage, but it is important to discharge the capacitor firstly as it has large
surge current and voltage, which may damage the meter.
One Key Zero:
❶OPEN circuit the test leads terminal.
❷Press then release the “ZERO" button, LCD shows “ZERO" and wait the zero disappear.
❸If using the meter array socket, need to OPEN circuit to set zero, too.
❶It will start running average automatically if the capacitance reading become stable and user can get reading more accurately.
❷During running average it will show “AVG” at right bottom LCD or it will show raw data icon “RAW”.
❸If want to get higher accuracy reading, take the reading during AVG display.
●Accuracy: Up to 1%
●High Resolution: 5 digit
●Measuring Voltage: <0.8V
●Clamping Voltage: ~1.25V (Open voltage)
●Battery: 2x AA 1.5V (Not included)
●External Power: 5V micro USB
●Operating Current: 0.02A
●Battery Life Time: >80 Hours
●1x Excelvan Digital Capacitance Meter
●1x Pair Test Probe
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I'm going to dig up some faulty caps and see how the meter reacts to them, as well as some real small value ones, and I'll update the review at that time.
I'm both a hobbyist and professional electronics technician, and I bought this for my home (hobbyist) use.
One year later: it works very well and it's zeroing performance is great. Too bad that I do not have info on the measurement frequency to attempt corrections for the resistive contributions (I measure caps in series with a resistive component and I do not have access to the resistor terminals).
This is a cheap tool and is not fancy. Build quality is what you would expect for the price. I have a $100+ Fluke DMM and you can tell the difference in quality, but that is what you get for the difference in price.