Ohms

Range

Resolution

Accuracy

Typical Full Scale Voltage

Max Current Through the Unknown

Slow

Medium

Fast

300 W

-

10 mW

100 mW

0.05% + 2 + 0.02W

0.25

1 mA

3 kW

-

100 mW

1W

0.05% + 2

0.24

120 |JA

30 kW

-

1 W

10 W

0.05% + 2

0.29

14 |A

300 kW

-

10 W

100 W

0.05% + 2

0.29

1.5 |A

3 MW

-

100 W

1 kW

0.06% + 2

0.3

150 |A

30 MW

-

1 kW

2%

0.25% + 3

2.25

320 |A

300 MW*

-

100 kW

1 MW

2%

2.0

320 |A

100 W

1 mW

-

-

0.05% + 8 + 0.02W

0.09

1 mA

1000 W

10 mW

-

-

0.05% + 8 + 0.02W

0.10

12 |A

10 kW

100 mW

-

-

0.05% + 8

0.11

14 |A

100 kW

1 W

-

-

0.05% + 8

0.11

1.5 |A

1000 kW

10 W

-

-

0.06% + 8

0.12

150 |A

10 MW

100 W

-

-

0.25% + 6

1.5

150 |A

100 MW

100 kW

-

-

2% + 2

2.75

320 |A

* Because of the method used to measure resistance, the 100 MW (slow) and 300 MW(medium and fast) ranges cannot measure below 3.2 MW and 20 MW, respectively. "UL" (underload) is shown on the display for resistances below these nominal points, and the computer interface outputs "+1E-9".

Open Circuit Voltage

3.2 volts maximum on the 100 W, 300 W, 30 MW, 100 MW, and 300 MW ranges, 1.5 volts maximum on all other ranges.

Maximum Rated Input (Input Protection) 1000 V dc or rms ac on all ranges

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