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Resistance Meters

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Resistance Meters
Resistance Meters
A resistance meter, or ohmmeter, is a testing instrument that measures electrical resistance. Most ohmmeters are digital devices, although analog variants are available to measure rapidly fluctuating values.

Ohmmeters work by passing a constant current through the resistance, with a second circuit that measures voltage across that resistance. A microcontroller or microprocessor then uses Ohm's Law to divide the voltage by the current and display the resulting resistance value to the user.

Resistance meters are suitable for a huge variety of applications, from circuit testing on boards or small electronic devices, to insulation testing on motors, transformers or other heavy machinery.

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  • AC Voltage/Low Resistance Test
  • Resistance Measurements up To 1000G Ohms
  • Data Hold
  • Low Battery Indication
  • Battery Operated
The Fluke 1500 series insulation testers are capable of testing such things as switchgear, motors, generators and cables. With their multiple test voltages they are ideal for many troubleshooting, commissioning, and preventative maintenance applications. Some models feature multimeter functions, and a PC interface.
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  • Large, Backlit LCD with Analog Bar Graph and Digital Display
  • Three Output Voltages for Insulation Resistance Testing: 250V, 500V, 1000V
  • Insulation Resistance Testing up to 4000M Ohms; Switches Automatically to Voltage Measurement when Voltage is Greater than 30VAC or 30VDC
  • AC/DC Voltage Measurement up to 600V
  • Lo-Ohms Function for Testing Connections
  • Last Reading Memory Display
  • 4 C-Cell Batteries for up to 5,000 Tests per EN61557-2, with Battery-life Indicator and Auto Shut-off
  • Autodischarge of Capacitive Voltage Charges
  • Rugged, Splash-Proof Case with Impact Absorbing Holster
  • Rugged, Splash-Proof Case with Impact Absorbing Holster
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