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    Amprobe 2731217 DGC-1000A Clamp Ground Resistance Tester

    By Amprobe | Mfr#: 2731217 | Tiger#: TS55767
    Amprobe DGC-1000A Clanp Ground Resistance Tester AMP2731217


    • Perfect for electricians and electrical contractors
    • True-RMS
    • Measures ground resistance, current and continuity
    • Ground resistance range up to 1,500 ohms
    • Air-tight jaw diameter of 0.9 inches
    • Safety rating: CAT III 300 V/ CAT II 600 V
    • Auto-ranging
    • Data logging up to 116 records
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    Ships Out Within: 10 - 14 Business Days

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    Overview for Amprobe 2731217 DGC-1000A Clamp Ground Resistance Tester

    The Amprobe DGC-1000A Clamp Ground Resistance Tester is a fully-featured testing tool that is perfect for electricians and electrical contractors. With true-RMS feature, this Amprobe ground resistance tester can accurately measure ground resistance up to 1,500 ohms, current and continuity in multi-grounded electrical systems. It comes with an air-tight jaw to fit electrodes or ground rods with a diameter of up to 0.9 inches.

    The Amprobe DGC-1000A is safety rated at CAT III 300 V/ CAT II 600 V. Also, the DGC-1000A is auto-ranging and features a continuity beeper when resistance gets lower than 40 ohms. It comes with an on-board memory and data logging features that capable of saving up to 116 records.

    This Amprobe clamp resistance tester boasts a large LCD display that shows a maximum reading of up to 9,999 counts. It uses a nine-volt battery that provides a battery life of approximately 3,000 measurements. As an extra feature, the DGC-1000A ground resistance tester also features a low-battery indicator and an auto power off function which can be disabled.