The 07027.01 is designed for measuring AC/DC currents and voltages. With the switch selector you can choose all measuring ranges. The multimeter is easy to use, handy and extremely well-protected against overloads and has zero point in the ...
The 07039.00 is designed for measuring small DC currents. The instrument is quite suitable for experiments in which the zero method is used, for example at Wheatstone bridge. Also it is appropriate for experiments related with inducing. ...
The 07038.00 is designed for measuring DC currents and is suitable for exercises in which pupils use galvanic couples, batteries and low voltage sources. We suggest one instrument for work of two pupils.
The 07037.00 is designed for measuring small DC voltages and is suitable for exercises in which pupils use galvanic couples, batteries and low voltage sources. We suggest one instrument for work of two pupils.
The 07036.00 is designed for measuring AC/DC currents. Together with our 07035.00 (link at 07036.00) voltmeter, it is adequate for basic and advanced experiments in the electronics and electro-technical field. With neoprene border (available ...
The 07035.00 is designed for measuring AC/DC voltages. With our ammeter 07036.00 (link at 07036.00) it makes a voltmeter set, suitable for basic and advanced electro-technical and electronics experiments at. Because of its large internal ...
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