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Low Amp Current Clamp Meter - 1 mA to 100 Amps   (Discontinued)

    GTC-CM100 is Discontinued

    Product Code: GTC-CM100


    Shipping Weight: 1.50 pounds

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    ">Measured Temperature
    -20 to 200 F 1.0% +/- 5
    (-28.8 to 93.3 C)

    • DC Voltage
      0 - 60 V, 0.05% +/- .03 VDC
    • Test Leads
      4 ft cable with HD dual conductor Kelvin clamps
    • Display
      128 x 64 pixel graphic, backlit display
    • Power Requirements
      (6) AA Alkaline batteries (included)
    • Housing Material
      ABS plastic with Santoprene overmolds
    • Product Dimensions
      9 " H x 4" W x 2 " D (229 x 102 mm x 51 mm)
    • Product Weight
      1 lb (427g)
    • Languages
    • Warranty
      Midtronics standard one-year warranty
    MID-A087 Midtronics High Speed IR PrinterThe Midtronics High Speed IR Printer represents the latest in portable printing
    technology. With HP, IrDA and RS232 interface compatibility, this printer is capable of interfacing with Midtronics'' latest products, like the EXP series as well as proven favorites like the Micro 500.
    • HP compatible IR interface
    • IrDA and RS232 capable
    • High reliability print mechanism for continuous use
    • High speed, high resolution print function
    • Standard 58 mm paper roll compatible
    • Maintenance-free operation


    Midtronics standard one-year warranty

    Compatible with all Midtronics products with IR
    print output

    Power Requirements:
    120 volt input, 12 volt DC charger included


    LED power, configuration indicator

    Interface Operations:
    HP IR, IrDA and RS232

    Housing Material
    ABS plastic

    Product Dimensions:
    7.25" X 3.5" X 2" (185mm X 91mm X 58mm)

    Product Weight:
    .5 lb / 450 g

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