HT Italia HT100 professional clamp is designed, with automatic detection of functions, for AC TRMS current measurements up to 200A, achieving CAT IV 600V safety, CAT III 1000V compliance with IEC/EN61010-1 safety standard. HT Italia HT100 is a professional CAT IV clamp meter with an inbuilt automatic detection function for AC True RMS current measurements of up to 200A. The model have an “open jaw” design, a large LCD display (9999 counts), a “Voltsense” voltage detection feature and a backlight to make it possible to see regardless of dim or bright lighting. The model also performs AC/DC True RSM voltage, resistance, continuity and diode test measurements. The Auto Power OFF feature extends the battery life.
HT ITALIA HT100 Functions:
- TRMS measurement
- AC current up to 200A
- DC/AC voltage up to 1000V
- “Voltsense” feature for AC voltage detection
- Continuity test with buzzer
- Diode test
- Automatic detection of functions
- CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V Safety Rating
- Data HOLD
- Auto Power OFF
HT ITALIA HT100 Standard Accessories:
- Two of test leads
- Carrying bag
- User manual
This instrument is guaranteed against material or production defects, in accordance with our general sales conditions. During the warranty period the manufacturer reserves the right to decide either to repair or replace the product. Should you need for any reason to return back the instrument for repair or replacement take prior agreements with the local distributor from whom you bought it. Do not forget to enclose a report describing the reasons for returning (detected fault). Use only original packaging. Any damage occurred in transit due to non original packaging will be charged anyhow to the customer. The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to persons or things.
The warranty doesn’t apply to:
Accessories and batteries (not covered by warranty).
Repairs following unsuitable use of the equipment or by combining the latter with incompatible equipment.
Repairs resulting from a not correct shipping.
Repairs resulting from servicing carried out by a person not approved by the company.
Modifications to the equipment without explicit authorization from our technical department.
Adaptation to a particular application not provided for by the definition of the equipment or by the instruction manual.