American Hobby Dist - RRampmeter Version 2

Item Number: AHD-NRRAMPV2A
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American Hobby Dist RRampmeter Version 2
    Product Details
    The amazing RRampMeter designed for Model Railroaders does what no other meter can do!

    Easy walk-around measurements of layout voltage drops, accurate booster output setup to optimum voltages for decoders and sound units.

        * The only inexpensive device that accurately measures DCC Volts/Amps.
        * Also measures AC and DC Volts/Amps.
        * Rated at 23V DCC/9 AMPS, 23V DC/9 AMPS, 16V AC/6 AMPS
        * Measures true RMS Volts/Amps, +/- 2%.
        * Suitable for all scales.
        * No batteries required for DCC.
        * Designed for Left/Right-hand use.
        * PCB length 5.63"; Enclosure length 4", width 2", height 1.25"
        * 3 Styles Available:
                   1. Version I RRampMeter Circuit Module without enclosure
                   2. Version II RRampMeter with Enclosure and Clip Leads
                   3. Version III RRampmeter Same as II. with Battery backup for measurements below 7 Volts
                   4. Version IV RRampmeterHP
                      Same as III but for large Scale high voltage and current applications:
                      DCC: 38.6 v and 18-20 Amps
                      AC: 27.6 v and 18-20 Amps
                      DC: 38.6 v and 18-20 Amps

        * Adjustable contacts permit direct track voltage measurements for all scales.
        * Test or Clip Leads can also be used for other applications.
        * Test Leads or Layout Wiring can be conveniently connected to the rear screw/socket terminals (not shown).
        * Designed as a portable troubleshooting tool or as a panel-mount meter.
    Additional Product Information
    • Manufacturer/Brand: American Hobby Dist
    • Mfg Part #: NRRAMPV2A
    • Choking Hazard - May contain small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
    • Model railroad items are not intended for unsupervised children under 14 years of age.