Fork Meter (NIST)
The Milwaukee Fork Meter (NIST) is a heavy duty True-RMS electrical tester for professional residential, commercial and industrial applications. The 2205-20 is four tools in one providing current measurement, voltage measurement, voltage detection and task lighting. In addition, the new tool provides a wide 0.63” fork opening, high 200amp current range and a high contrast white-on-black display. A NIST Certificate of Calibration with Data is also included, needed by many organizations as proof of calibration with the date when NIST Calibration was performed. Covered by Milwaukee 5-Year Warranty.
- Measures up to 200 amps, Wide 0.63” jaw opening
- Wide Voltage range to 1000 volts AC /DC
- True-RMS for accurate measurement in all applications
- Lo-Z measurement to eliminate ghost voltage
- Built-In Voltage Detector and LED Work Light
- High Contrast, White on Black Display with Backlight for easy reading
- Rugged over-molding increases durability and user grip
- CAT IV 600V / CAT III 1000V for greater safety
Since its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty electric power tools and accessories available to the professional user. Today, the Milwaukee name stands for the highest quality, durable and reliable professional tools money can buy.
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This Milwaukee item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Milwaukee 220520NST
*Discontinued model or finish
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