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Exact Measurements in Hygienically Demanding Environments
SECULIFE HIT AM, a digital TRMS multimeter featuring an anti-microbial design
For such environments, measuring technology expert Gossen Metrawatt has developed SECULIFE HIT AM, a digital TRMS multimeter featuring an anti-microbial design.
The ergonomically designed hand-held device enables TRMS AC and AC + DC measurements, irrespective of the signal shape, for voltages and currents up to 20 kHz. 23 multimeter functions provide secure and reliable measurements for all required inspection tasks, including current measurement from 100 mA up to 10 A, voltage, capacitance and resistance measurement, and diode and continuity tests. In addition, a 1 kHz low pass filter can be switched on to measure e.g. the motor voltage at electronic frequency converters. Measurement of 5 V square wave signals is also supported.
For enhanced safety, the housing, cables, and measuring probes are made from an anti-microbial material composition that counteracts microbial colonization. The multimeter comes with IP65 ingress protection. It features an illuminated display with digital and analog measurement indicators, which show fixed values as well as dynamic measurement curves with great accuracy. Measured parameters can be adjusted via a rotary switch and a function key. The measuring range automatically adapts to the reading, but can also be manually selected whenever necessary. A single connection port is used for all current measuring ranges, which completely eliminates any potential confusion. Up to 40 values per second can be automatically stored. The total storage capacity is sufficient for more than 15,000 measurements. The device is approved for CAT IV measurements up to 600V and is extremely safe to operate: in addition to a high-voltage sensor that ensures the input signal is safe to touch, the device features automatic socket blocking, which prevents the incorrect connection of cables or selection of the wrong measured parameters.
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