9005 - Data Logging
Multimeter with Temperature
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9005 - Data Logging Multimeter
9005 Multimeter
  • Fast Updating Bar Graph
  • Min/Max, Hold & 2mS Peak Recording Functions
  • PC Interface & Software Included
  • Relative Zero Mode
  • K-Type Thermocouple Temperature Measurement
  • Protective Overmoulded Jacket

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Volts:
  • Current:
  • Resistance:
  • Frequency:
  • Temperature:
  • Capacitance:
  • Other Ranges:
  • IEC Rating:
  • Dimensions:
  • Battery:
  • Accessories Included:
  • DC 100µV to 1000V ±(0.1% Rdg + 2 Dgts)
    AC 100µV to 750V ±(1% Rdg + 5 Dgts)*
  • DC 0.1µA to 20A ±(1% Rdg + 1 Dgt)
    AC 1µA to 20A ±(1.5% Rdg + 4 Dgts)*
    * @ 50~500Hz
  • 0.1Ω to 40MΩ ±(0.4% Rdg + 2 Dgts)
  • 1Hz to 40MHz ±(0.1% Rdg + 3 Dgts)
  • -50 to 1300ºC ±(0.8% Rdg + 2º)
  • 1pF to 40 000µF ±(3% Rdg + 5 Dgts)
  • Min, Max & memory Recording, Diode Test, Hold, Relative Zero, PC Data Logging & Continuity Beeper
  • 1010-1 CATIII 1000V
  • 198(H) x 90(W) x 44mm, 400gm
  • Std 9V
  • Test Leads, Bead Temperature Probe, RS232 Cable, Windows Data Logging Software and Battery
Screenshot of PC Software

The optically isolated serial interface means that even mains
voltages can be safely logged on your PC

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*15% GST applicable for sales within NZ

9005 tilt stand

Tilt Stand

Test Leads

Test leads, K-Type thermocouple bead probe & optical interface

Perhaps this 'hands on' method of measurement could be re-introduced to our teaching curricula?

Did you know?....

Ohm's Law is named after the German physicist Georg Ohm. In 1827 he published findings from his work from 1825 to 1826. However, 44 years earlier, in 1781, Henry Cavendish wrote that voltage in his experiments, was directly proportional to the current (at that time, called velocity). How did he quantify voltage??

By the degree of electrification he felt when he completed the circuit! Perhaps this ‘hands on' method of measurement could be re-introduced to our teaching curricula?