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VC60B
annawood   8/12/2014 4:19:47 AM
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VC60B+1.0 is a digital insulation tester which adopts DC voltage converter of low consumption and high converter ratio inductance energy storage to convert the voltage of 9Vdc into 250V/500V/1000Vdc. 
With digital bridge, the instrument has the features of being easy to operate, wide test range, highly stable performance, backlit LCD display, data hold and auto power off. With a shoulder strap, it can be used by both hands. 
It is an ideal instrument to be used for insulation testing of electric machines, cables, electronic equipments, electric facilities, etc.

http://www.analogti.com/vc60b.html



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