Handheld digital multimeters designed for use in dark, noisy work areas introduced by Agilent

SANTA CLARA, Calif., 15 June 2011. Agilent Technologies Inc. in Santa Clara, Calif., is introducing the U1231A, U1232A, and U1233A handheld digital multimeters that are designed to function in dark, noisy conditions. The devices are 31/2-digit, 6,000-count digital multimeters designed for installation and maintenance work in electrical, utility, heating, and air conditioning applications. A built-in flashlight enables users to see work areas in darkness, and offer a combination of loud beeps and a blinking backlight display for use in noisy areas.

Jun 15th, 2011
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SANTA CLARA, Calif., 15 June 2011. Agilent Technologies Inc. in Santa Clara, Calif., is introducing the U1231A, U1232A, and U1233A handheld digital multimeters that are designed to function in dark, noisy conditions. The test and measurement devices are 31/2-digit, 6,000-count digital multimeters designed for installation and maintenance work in electrical, utility, heating, and air conditioning applications.A built-in flashlight enables users to see work areas in darkness, and offer a combination of loud beeps and a blinking backlight display for use in noisy areas. The meters provide non-contacting AC voltage detection to help users find and avoid hot wires with beeping/blinking alerts.

For more information contact Agilent online at www.agilent.com.

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