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      USB E-Meter 8870

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      Aviosys USB e-Meter 8870

      Non Contact electric current (ampere) meter recorder / Clamp. Does support "LabView" software!
      With SDK & Support CDC ROM (RS 232 mode)

      USB E-Meter 8870 is a convenient and economical "Non-Contact USB Current Meter."
      Just open the meter and put the L or N cable then you can get and record the current value of the PC.
      Support USB CDC Emulation model for wild supplication.

      • Without having to make physical contact or power line, simply place around an electrical conductor.
      • Safety measure the current in power "Distribution Box".
      • Auto record the current value and save in PC for evaluation and application.

      Measure the current range of electricity device at 0A ~ 10A, User do not need to search the metal part and can get quick and safely detect the value or current.economical device for network power control with Current Meter.


      • USB jack (male) to connect to PC and get USB power in
      • Current meter Ouch for L / N line or power line
      • Measure: Current Range 40 ~ 66Hz, 0 ~ 10A (Accuracy:: ± 0.2A).
      • Power Input: Standard USB 5V
      • Sampling Rate: Max. Software read: 2 times per second. 8870 the output value: 3 second.
      • Response Time: 0.1 sec.
      • Power In: USB 5V standard
      • Operation Temperature: 0 to + 50 ° C
      • Length: 111cm
      • Weight: 90g

      PC Requirements

      • Windows OS: Win 10, WIN 7 (32 bit), Vista or XP
      • USB 2.0 / 1.1 * Microsoft .NET Framework Version: 3.5 or above


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      USB e-Meter 8870
      USB E-Meter 8870
      € 30,-
      € 19,-
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