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BS4103/BS4103B - 6000 counts True RMS Wireless/Buletooth DMM with Non-Contact ACV & A Check/ Single Probe ACV Live Locate; 3000A measurement

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BS4103 is the advance model with both BS4101 and BS4102 function and support external AC/DC current clamp up to 3000A current measurement. BS4100 series integrated audible & visible Non-contact AC voltage Detector to detect AC voltage easily. Direct display the related Voltage and Current value on the display, it can help user to estimate the Voltage/ Current of the object.

They have ACV Single probe test with audible & visible indicator, more efficiency to locate live source/ wire where with a bundle of cables non-contact ACV detector is not easy to find out.

Wireless communication (2.4G wifi/ Bluetooth) enable user to online remote monitoring, checking and data logging. Windows Software is available.

BS4100  series is suitable for

-Educational use

-R&D/ Manufacturing use
-3000A current measurement (with external probe)
-Live source locate
-ACV/ACA Quick Detector
-Remote checking and Data logging

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-True RMS measurement
-LCD display with OL indication: 6000 Count 
-ACV up to 600V with frequency reading out
-DCV up to 600VResistance up to 20M
-Continuity <50Ω Beep
-Diode Check 
-Capacitance Measurement
-Frequency and Duty Cycle Measurement
-AC/DC uA / mA
-Temperature (deg C and F) Measurement (BS4102/4103)
-External Current probe support: DC/ACA up to 3000A (BS4103)
-Non-Contact AC Voltage Detector (Audible and relate value)
-Single Probe Test AC Voltage (Audible and relate value)
-Data Hold 
-Auto Power Off 
-Relative measurement
-Max / Min Hold
-Low battery indicator


-Fused Test lead set
-K-type thermocouple (BS4102/4103)
-User's manual



-Safety: EN 61010-1 CAT III 600V


Physical Specification

-Dimension: 150(H) x 75(W) x 20(D)
-Power Supply: 3V DC battery operated

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