Handheld tester with a ZIF test socket used to identify & test capacitors, inductors, resistors, NPN/PNP, N and P-channel MOSFETs, IGBT & JFET transistors. Signal & rectifier, Zener Diodes, Triacs and battery cells.
It can also be used to detect infrared wave forms.
After detection, align the infrared remote control with the "IR" light, then press the button in the remote control, if the detector successfully decode it, it will display the data code and infrared wave form.
Display: 1.8inch TFT Screen
Diode Range: < 4.5V
Transistor Detect Range: 0.01-4.5V
Zener Diode Detect Range: 0.01-30V
Triac Range: IGT < 6mA
Capacitance Range: 25pF-100mF
Resistor Range: 0.01-50M Ohm
Inductance Range: 0.01mH-20H
Battery Range: 0.1-4.5V
Power: Internal Rechargeable Lithium Battery
Includes: 6" USB Charging Cable & Three 7" Micro Clip Leads H: 3-1/2" W: 2-3/4" T: 1-1/8" WT: .3
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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I got this mostly to test diodes/LEDs and common BJT Transistors.
I havent tested everything it lists yet like JFETs, Zeners, etc. I have some around so Ill get to it at some point.
I think my only disappointment so far is it looks like the firmware has a U instead of a V for things like Vbe which show as Ube -- which is kinda funny... but kinda sad.
Otherwise, its a handy little tester to have on the bench for some quick go/no-go testing like getting Vf/Vr/If for LEDs since I have them in bulk and dont list those specs in the bin. I just grab my meter.