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Milwaukee 2206-20 Fork Meter HVAC/R

Milwaukee 2206-20 Fork Meter HVAC/R


 
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Milwaukee Fork Meter HVAC/R

Model Number: 2206-20

The Milwaukee Fork Meter for HVAC/R is a heavy duty True-RMS electrical tester for professional residential, commercial and industrial applications. The 2206-20 is five tools in one providing current measurement, temperature measurement, voltage measurement, voltage detection and task lighting. In addition, the new tool provides a wide 0.63 in. fork opening, high 200amp current range and a high contrast white-on-black display. Covered by Milwaukee 5-Year Warranty.

Features:

  • Measures up to 200 amps, Wide 0.63 in. jaw opening
  • Wide Voltage range to 1000 volts AC /DC
  • True-RMS for accurate measurement in all applications
  • Built-In Voltage Detector and LED Work Light
  • Thermocouple (dual banana) input for contact temperature measurement
  • 600 microampere DC for Flame Rectification
  • High Contrast, White on Black Display with Backlight for easy reading
  • Rugged over-molding increases durability and user grip

Specifications:

  • Current AC 200A
  • Fork Opening .63 in.
  • TRMS Yes
  • Safety Rating CAT IV 600V / CAT III 1000V
  • Microamps DC 1,000 microampere
  • Voltage AC/DC 1000V
  • Resistance 40 megaohm
  • Continuity Audible
  • Capacitance 1,000 microfarad
  • Contact Temperature -40 degrees F to 752 degrees F (-40 degrees C to 400 degrees C)
  • Display Backlight Yes
  • Display Type White on Black LCD
  • Non-Contact Voltage Yes
  • LED Work Light Yes
  • Rugged Over-molding Yes
  • Tool Warranty 5 Years
  • Switch Type Dial
  • Battery Type Alkaline (AA)
  • Length 8 in.

Includes:

  • (1) Fork Meter for HVAC/R (2206-20)
  • (1) Test Lead Set
  • (1) Dual Banana Thermocouple
  • (2) AA Batteries
  • (1) Manual

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