In the offer of wiring accessories and electricians’ equipment you can also find digital meters that can be used to measure AC/DC voltage, DC current and resistance. With the help of these meters it is also possible to measure temperatures in degrees Celsius. Discover universal digital meters and automobile meters.
The UT 33D universal digital meter is used to measure DC voltage: 0.2-500V and AC voltage : 200-500V. It is equipped with square wave generator. The capacity of the UT 50 digital meter is 100 micro F. With the help of this tool you can additionally measure the temperatures in degrees Celsius.
The ergonomic shape of the body is an advantage of the UT 58D digital inductive meter . It is a unique meter in our offer, because it can be used to measure inductance in four subranges. It has also an additional function of measuring capacity.
In our wide range of wiring accessories you can also find UT 105automotive meter, which can be used to diagnose vehicles. It’s perfect when you want to:
– check fuses
– check switches
– check coils
– measure current consumption from the battery
– measure the voltage drops in system boot
– check the charging voltage
– check ignition coil
– check the high- voltage cables
– check the Hall sensor and the supply,
– check motor speed,
– check the power supply.
An example of the digital meter of resistance and capacity is UT 601. We also have the UT 15C voltage tester that is designed to measure DC voltage DC 6-690V and AC voltage AC 6-690V. Apart from that, it has the ability to detect polarization within the whole measurement range and it allows to measure the temperature in degrees Celsius.
The UT 12A voltage detector allows you to perform touchless AC detection in range from 90 to 1000V. The voltage range is 90⁓1000VAC, and the frequency is 50/60Hz.
Discover all the benefits of the digital meters that can be found in our catalog. Without the use of a good quality meters it wouldn’t be possible to perform electrical installations. Choose the meter that will meet all your requirements and will contribute to more precise measurement of voltage and current! We invite you to do so!