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Digital SMD Tester CR Meter MS8910

MS8910 SMD smart tester, resistance measurement, capacity and circuit continuity test.
BGN45.00 VAT Incl
Product code: MS8910
Warranty: 24 months
Presentation
The MS8910 compact device is a smart CR meter and is used to measure the capacity and resistance of SMD elements. It has a sound indication for testing the continuity of the circuit through its high quality probes.
Briefly about the product
MS8910
1x3V CR2032
175x32x20mm
48 g
CE / ETL /RoHS
Accessories included
Test Leads
Carry bag
Battery and User's manual
Certificates
CE certification ETL certicfication RoHS
Range of measurements
Specifications
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
Resistance
300Ω/3kΩ/30kΩ/300kΩ/3MΩ
30MΩ
0.1Ω/1Ω/10Ω/100Ω/1kΩ
10kΩ
±(1.0%+2)
±(1.2%+3)
Capacitance
3nF/30nF/300nF/3μF/30μF
300μF/3mF/30mF
1pF/10pF/100pF/1nF/10nF
0.1μF/1μF/10μF
±(2.0%+3)
±(3.0%+3)
Features
Display
Counts
3000
Autoranging
Yes
APO
Auto Power Off
Yes
Auto Scanning
Yes
Diode
Open Voltage
Testing Current
2.8V
2mA
Continuity Buzzer
<30Ω
Data Hold
Yes
LBD
Low Battery Display
Yes
Applicability

 

  • For testing SMD elements
  • In case of malfunction search
  • For the realization of profesional and hobby projects
  • For precise and accurate measurement
Working specifications
Resistance (R)
Resistance is the opposition that a substance offers to the flow of electric current. It is represented by the uppercase letter R. The standard unit of resistance is the ohm(Ω)
Capacitance ( C )
Capacitance is the ability of a component or circuit to collect and store energy in the form of an electrical charge. The SI unit of capacitance is the farad (symbol: F), named after the English physicist Michael Faraday. A farad capacitor, when charged with 1 coulomb of electrical charge, has a potential difference of 1 volt between its plates.
Buzzer
In electronics, a continuity test is the checking of an electric circuit to see if current flows . A continuity test is performed by placing a small voltage across the chosen path. If electron flow is inhibited by broken conductors, damaged components, or excessive resistance, the circuit is "open".
Diode
A diode is a specialized electronic component with two electrodes called the anode and the cathode. Most diodes are made with semiconductor materials such as silicon, germanium, or selenium. The fundamental property of a diode is its tendency to conduct electric current in only one direction. When the cathode is negatively charged relative to the anode at a voltage greater than a certain minimum called forward breakover, then current flows through the diode. If the cathode is positive with respect to the anode, is at the same voltage as the anode, or is negative by an amount less than the forward breakover voltage, then the diode does not conduct current. This is a simplistic view, but is true for diodes operating as rectifiers, switches, and limiters. The forward breakover voltage is approximately six tenths of a volt (0.6 V) for silicon devices, 0.3 V for germanium devices, and 1 V for selenium devices.
Autoranging
Automatic switching of a multirange meter from its lowest to the next higher range, with the switching process repeated until a range is reached for which the full-scale value is not exceeded. Automatic switching of a multirange meter from its lowest to the next higher range, with the switching process repeated until a range is reached for which the full-scale value is not exceeded.
Auto Power Off
Auto Power Off function shutting down the device after a certain inactivity time.
Low Battery
The indication for low battery level is a useful feature and alert the user when needed battery unit to be changed. So you will still have a functioning device for use.
Data Hold
Data hold function is useful when measurements occur. So when pressing the "HOLD" button you will hold the display information.
Smart
Automatic detection and visualization of dimensions such as: AC / DC voltage, resistance, continuity, etc.
Brochures and instructions
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