AEMC’s 6292 micro-ohmmeter can be used to accurately measure very low contact resistances of high-voltage circuit breakers, switches, busbars, etc., with test currents up to 200A. It operates in temperatures from 32°F to 122°F. It has filters and protection for measurements in electrical substations.
Amprobe’s 15XP-B 600V AC/600V DC digital multimeter is designed for electronics engineers, technicians and field service. It features a TTL logic test for digital circuits, an integrated tilt stand for bench use and a diode test for component-level troubleshooting.
Flir’s DM166 true RMS multimeter features a built-in thermal imager designed for high- and low-voltage applications. It visually guides users to the location of temperature anomalies and problems. It is designed for troubleshooting and diagnosing issues. Users can identify energized or potentially faulty equipment from a safe distance.
Fluke’s 87V Max True RMS digital multimeter is waterproof and dustproof. It operates in temperatures between 5°F and 131°F and up to 95% humidity. It measures up to 1,000V AC/DC and is designed to withstand a 4 m drop. It has a built-in temperature function; large display digits with a 2-level, bright-white backlight; and backlit keypad buttons.
AEMC’s MTX 3290 portable multimeter measures voltage (AC and DC), resistance, capacitance, temperature and frequency. It performs continuity checks and diode testing and includes an AC voltmeter function with low-input impedance for finding ghost voltages. It is waterproof and features an auto-range mode and data-hold function.
Fluke’s 1587 FC insulation multimeter features temperature compensation to establish accurate baselines and relevant historical comparisons. It measures AC/DC voltage, DC millivolts, AC/DC milliamps, resistance and continuity. It includes auto-discharge of capacitive voltage and it enables users to monitor test measurements remotely.