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Tekpower HP9810 Automotive Digital Multimeter
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All-around meter designed for automotive testing, trouble-shooting amp; household electrical problems
AC/DC Voltage + DC Amp + Resistance + Temperature + Diode + Continuity + Tachometer + Dwell Angle
Dwell angle amp; tachometer measurement, number of cyclinders selectable, 4/6/8
Measure temperature up to 1,800 F
One-year manufacturer's warranty
The Tekpower HP9810 is an automotive tester and digital multimeter combined in one, it can measure AC/DC voltage, DC current, resistance, temperature in both celsius and fahrenheit, as well as diode check and continuity test. For automotive testing, you can use it to measure dwell angle and RPM up to 10,000.
DC Voltage: 200 mV, 2V, 20V, 200V, Â±(0.5% + 5) 1000V Â±(1.5% + 8) AC Voltage: 200 mV, Â±(2.0% + 10) 2V, 20V, 200V at 40 to 400Hz Â±(1.5% + 10), 750V at 40 to 200Hz Â±(2.5% + 10) DC Current: 20A Â± (2.0% + 10) Resistance: 200 ohm Â±(1.2% + 5) 2K ohm, 20K ohm, 200K ohm, 2M ohm Â±(1.2%+5),20M ohm Â±(2.5% + 15), 200M ohm Â± (5.0% + 30) Temperature: (-40 to 1000) degrees C Â± (0.75% of reading + 3 digits) (0 to 1800) degrees F Â± (0.75% of reading + 3 digits) Diode Test Continuity Test: Audible indication: less than 80 ohms approx. Tachometer:500 to 10,000 RPM Â± (1.5% + 8) Dwell: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 Cylinder Â± (1.5% + 8) Transistor hFE test
Temperature in Degrees C or F Manual Range Control Automatic Negative Polarity Indication Automatic Zero Adjustment Data Hold Back Light Low Battery Indicator Over Range "1" Display
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