Agilent Technologies Launches New Clamp Meters
Updates Handheld Instruments with Safety-Conscious Color Scheme
To provide greater safety protection for engineers and technicians working with high voltages and currents, the Agilent U1240B and U1250B series digital multimeters (DMMs) and U1210A clamp meters carry CAT III 1000 V, CAT IV 600 V safety ratings. The DMMs are certified to IEC 61010 and CSA standards and have passed additional high voltage ("hipot") tests that exceed the standards.
In addition, Agilent's handheld DMMs and U1210A clamp meters include 4mmtip probes. The reduction in the length of the exposed tip is especially important in CAT IV environments, and the additional insulation further prevents dangerous arc flash if the tips are inadvertently shorted together during probing. The U1240B and U1250B DMMs also include a 30 kA high energy fuse to further protect the user against violent fuse failures during highcurrent measurements.
"For DMM users, the bright orange enclosures are meant to serve as a vivid reminder that they have an extra layer of protection against the unknown," said Ee Huei Sin, vice president and general manager of Agilent's Basic Instruments Division. "For the other models, the bright color highlights investment protection through feature sets that go beyond those of typical handheldsand put our customers a step ahead in troubleshooting, maintenance and repair in electronic, electrical and industrial applications."
Agilent's updated range of compact and robust handheld test tools includes the U1210A series clamp meters, U1240B series DMMs, U1250B series DMMs, U1401B multifunction calibrator/meter, U1600B series oscilloscopes, U1701B capacitance meter and U1730B series LCR meters. Modelspecific capabilities include a data logger, frequency counter, temperature and capacitance measurements, switch counter and squarewave generator.
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About Agilent Technologies’ Low-Cost Instruments (LCI)
An increasing number of field engineers and technicians worldwide are asking for measurement instruments that can be easily transported for installation and maintenance activities. To meet these needs, instruments must have three key attributes: mobility, accuracy and affordability.
Agilent's lowcost instrument initiative is focused on providing highvalue test equipment in these key areas. Products include bench, handheld and modular devices such as basic power supplies, benchtop and handheld digital multimeters, handheld oscilloscopes, USB data acquisition devices, display testers, Agilent VEE software, and connectivity gateways.
The industry has taken note: These products have won numerous awards over the years. The awards include Design News' 2009 Golden Mousetrap Award for Best Products, Elektronik magazine's Product of the Year, EDN's Hot 100 Product, analogZONE's Best Value Portable Test Equipment, Test & Measurement World's Best in Test category winner and Electrical Construction & Maintenance (EC&M) magazine's Product of the Year category winner.
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