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This meter can only be used with one-phase AC power. And it can only measure the active power(real power). It doesn't show Apparent power. For more information about the difference, please search AC POWER on wikipedia. "br""br" Main Specifications: "br""br" Working voltage: 80 ~ 260VAC "br" Working frequency: 50/60Hz "br" Measuring:Accuracy: 1% "br" Power Consumption: 0.2W "br" Measurement speed: 2 times/s "br" Store data when power off "br" The blue backlight can be turned on/off manually "br""br" Test Range and Display format: "br""br" 1.Power: test range: 0~22kW "br" lt; 1kW, display: 0.0~999.9W "br" 1kW~10kW, display: 1000~9999W "br" gt; 10kW, display: 0.1~22.0kW "br" 2.Energy: test range: 0~9999kWh "br" lt;10KWh, display: 0~9999Wh "br" gt;10kWh, display: 10~9999kWh "br" 3.Voltage: test range: 80~260V(single-phase) "br" Display: 80~260V "br" 4.Current: test range: 0~100A "br" Display: 0.00~99.99A "br""br" Precautions "br""br" 1. Please make sure the AC input is Pure Sine Wave.(Municipal electric power is pure sine wave). Please don't use the meter to measure AC power converterd from a DC-AC inverter UNLESS you can make sure the output from your DC-AC inverter is Pure Sine Wave. This is very importatnt.
2. Applied load should not exceed the rated power.
3. Wiring order can not be wrong.
4. This module is suitable for indoor, please do not use outdoor.
1x AC Power Multimeter
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