Amprobe’s AM-420 residential digital multimeter is designed for home repair and electrical-testing applications. It measures voltage in receptacles, switches and more. It measures the presence of voltage in electrical sockets, extension cords, batteries and other electrical circuits up to 250V.
AEMC’s AC/DC MR525 clamp-on current probe can operate in temperatures between 14°F and 131°F. It indicates the shape and amplitude of the current measured in the form of a voltage. It features a range overage and power supply indicators, auto standby mode and a micro-USB connector for an external power supply.
Burndy’s 444SL5 Patriot series 18V, lithium-ion dieless battery crimper features a C-head, dieless system with range-taking capability. It has a 335-degree head rotation. Its force capacity is 11 tons. It is hydraulic self-contained.
AEMC’s 6240 10A micro-ohmmeter is a low-resistance tester for plant maintenance and field use. It is designed to conduct tests on both resistive and inductive material. It includes a polarity-reversal function, a power cord and USB cable. There is a large multifunctional backlit display. There is an overload and input fuse protection with six selectable resistance ranges.
Amprobe’s ST-101B receptacle tester features easy-to-read light indicators. It can be used on 110–125V AC. It confirms proper wiring and operation of AC sockets. There are three incandescent indicator lamps, and it features one red and two amber color lamp lens.
Fluke’s 325 True rms clamp meter measures AC and DC currents to 400A and measures AC and DC voltages to 600V. It is designed for commercial and residential electricians. It measures temperatures between –10°C and 400°C.