222645-LOW RESISTANCE TESTER

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222645 - Low Resistance Tester

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Estimated Shipping Weight: 0.22 kg

Stock Location: LETCHWORTH, HERTFORDSHIRE

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  • New Test Ranges: Pass / Fail Selectable Test Ranges: <1 Ohm, <2 Ohms, and <10 Ohms
    Designed to test the low resistance grounding limits of ANSI/ESD S20.20, ANSI/ESD S6.1 and recommendations of ESD TR20.20
  • Compliance Verification for Grounding Systems
    Measures the grounding path resistance of banana jacks and other equipment
  • Simple Operation with Audio and Visual Indicators
    One button operation with pass indicators confirm that the grounding conductor being tested meets the test range
  • Constant Current
    Ensures testing accuracy at very low resistances compared to standard multimeter
  • Lightweight Compact Design
    Small size allows for the Low Resistance Tester to be carried in a shirt pocket
  • Long Battery Life
    More than 10,000 (2 second) tests
  • Low Battery Indicator
    Replaceable 3 volt watch style battery
  • Made in the United States of America
  • Request a Demo HERE

“All electrical tools and equipment used to process ESD sensitive devices require the three prong, grounded-type AC plug. The metal portions of the tool that touch the device should have a low resistance (<2 ohms) to the equipment ground terminal on the plug. In some cases, the user may wish to verify that the metal portions of the tool have acceptable voltage levels and leakage current. The working part of AC powered tools should be capable of providing a conductive path to ground. New powered hand tools such as soldering irons typically should have a tip to ground resistance of less than 1.0 ohm. 

NOTE: This resistance may increase with use but should be less than 20.0 ohms for verification purposes.” [ESD Handbook ESD TR20.20 section 5.5.2.2 Electrical Hand Tools]

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