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Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV

Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV

Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
Extech EX350 True RMS Professional MultiMeter with NCV
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Features

  • True RMS for accurate AC measurements
  • LoZ prevents false readings caused by ghost voltages
  • Low Pass Filter (LPF) for accurate measurement of variable frequency drive signals
  • Built-in Non-contact AC Voltage Detector (NCV) with LED indicator

Description

The EX350 is a professional DMM loaded with advanced features and functions. Low Impedance (LoZ) mode eliminates false readings caused by ghost voltages. Low Pass Filter (LPF)attenuates high frequencies to reduce noise for accurate readings. True RMS provides accurate readings when measuring distorted or noisy waveforms. Built-in Non-Contact AC Voltage Detector quickly checks for the presence of AC Voltage before testing. Features a 600 count LCD display, data hold, min-max, relative mode, capacitance zero, auto power off, continuity and diode test. This meter will measure AC/DC voltage to 600 V and AC/DC current to 10 amps. Complete with test leads, manual and two AA batteries.


Manufacturer Extech


Part Number EX350


Item Weight 13.1 ounces


Product Dimensions 3.2 x 1.9 x 6.7 inches


Item model number EX350


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Style Standard


Material ABS


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Measurement System Metric


Included Components Complete with test leads and two AA batteries


Batteries Included? Yes


Batteries Required? Yes


Battery Cell Type Alkaline


ASIN B01AIUCNOW


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 44 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #96,380 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #232 in Multi Testers


Date First Available December 18, 2015


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Features

  • True RMS for accurate AC measurements
  • LoZ prevents false readings caused by ghost voltages
  • Low Pass Filter (LPF) for accurate measurement of variable frequency drive signals
  • Built-in Non-contact AC Voltage Detector (NCV) with LED indicator

Description

The EX350 is a professional DMM loaded with advanced features and functions. Low Impedance (LoZ) mode eliminates false readings caused by ghost voltages. Low Pass Filter (LPF)attenuates high frequencies to reduce noise for accurate readings. True RMS provides accurate readings when measuring distorted or noisy waveforms. Built-in Non-Contact AC Voltage Detector quickly checks for the presence of AC Voltage before testing. Features a 600 count LCD display, data hold, min-max, relative mode, capacitance zero, auto power off, continuity and diode test. This meter will measure AC/DC voltage to 600 V and AC/DC current to 10 amps. Complete with test leads, manual and two AA batteries.


Manufacturer Extech


Part Number EX350


Item Weight 13.1 ounces


Product Dimensions 3.2 x 1.9 x 6.7 inches


Item model number EX350


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Style Standard


Material ABS


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Measurement System Metric


Included Components Complete with test leads and two AA batteries


Batteries Included? Yes


Batteries Required? Yes


Battery Cell Type Alkaline


ASIN B01AIUCNOW


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 44 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #96,380 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #232 in Multi Testers


Date First Available December 18, 2015


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • True RMS for accurate AC measurements
  • LoZ prevents false readings caused by ghost voltages
  • Low Pass Filter (LPF) for accurate measurement of variable frequency drive signals
  • Built-in Non-contact AC Voltage Detector (NCV) with LED indicator

Description

The EX350 is a professional DMM loaded with advanced features and functions. Low Impedance (LoZ) mode eliminates false readings caused by ghost voltages. Low Pass Filter (LPF)attenuates high frequencies to reduce noise for accurate readings. True RMS provides accurate readings when measuring distorted or noisy waveforms. Built-in Non-Contact AC Voltage Detector quickly checks for the presence of AC Voltage before testing. Features a 600 count LCD display, data hold, min-max, relative mode, capacitance zero, auto power off, continuity and diode test. This meter will measure AC/DC voltage to 600 V and AC/DC current to 10 amps. Complete with test leads, manual and two AA batteries.


Manufacturer Extech


Part Number EX350


Item Weight 13.1 ounces


Product Dimensions 3.2 x 1.9 x 6.7 inches


Item model number EX350


Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Style Standard


Material ABS


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Measurement System Metric


Included Components Complete with test leads and two AA batteries


Batteries Included? Yes


Batteries Required? Yes


Battery Cell Type Alkaline


ASIN B01AIUCNOW


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 44 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #96,380 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #232 in Multi Testers


Date First Available December 18, 2015


abunda_amazon_reviews Just a couple of notes... The orange cover is rubberized and protects the green plastic meter. You purchase additional/different leads - lookup Extech TL809 and you can see the different lead kits that are available. The backlight doesn't stay on when you turn it no. You have to press and hold the button for a few seconds for the light to come on, and while it's on you can press and hold it for a few sends to turn it off (all good). Unfortunately once you turn on the backlight it will automatically turn off after 15 seconds (disappointing). For some (annoying to me) reason, the unit beeps for each click as you rotate the dial to different functions. You can hear and feel the click so I don't know why it needs to beep too. Some have reported that it doesn't have a beep for a continuity tester, however it does have one. You have to select the correct mode (using the LPF/M button) to hear the beep. It comes with a CD with the Users Guide in a PDF file (it also comes with a pre-printed Users Guide). Extech has their own web site.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Almost...;;Joe;;;I got this meter as a curiosity. It turns out to be a far superior product to the old EX330 line. Functionally it is very close to the Fluke 115 line, and is now built to a higher standard, including HRC fuses now (vs. glass fuses as earlier lines used). Reading accuracy is now much tighter. An EX330 might give a measurement within the spec, but still be quite poor. Use a 1.024V reference as a standard, and while the EX330 would measure 1.018 this EX350 now actually measures 1.024V. The inclusion of the RMS function is also of a good value. Unlike the 330, this meter does not include the thermocouple measurement option, however given the significant 'slack' of the 330's reading, it isn't a meaningful loss. Overall this is a great value meter and measures out fairly close to Fluke's 110 series of meters.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;It turns out to be a far superior product to the old EX330 line;;David Hunter;;;Purchased as an entry level DMM for myself, a beginner, I’m quite surprised at the quality. The way a couple reviewers described, I wasn’t expecting such a ruggedly constructed device. The plastic inner shell reminds me of the original handheld Magellan gps units - actually the whole design and materials are very similar and that was a great device. It should even be easy to polish eventual dulling and scratches out of the thick clear acrylic lens over the readout - just like that Magellan. So yeah, physically, it’s built way better than I anticipated. As for function, in the few things I’ve used it for so far it appears to be operating properly. Took a sec to realize that there’s a mode switch button beyond just the dial, but once I caught that, it made the rest of the device a bit more easy to understand. For the m;;Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Nicer than I was expecting - works great so far;;aguadillano;;;I liked this meter at first, even though it had a few shortcomings. The NCV (No Contact Voltage) sensor is a nice feature that allows you to see if there's voltage going through a mains line. Like others mentioned, there is no beep for a continuity tester. I wish it would remember the last function that I was on. It defaults to AC testing when I mostly test DC. I wish it would remember the last setting I was on. After having this for about 2 months, this unit ended up failing on me, in a strange way. I had just finished testing out a 12V battery with this meter and turned it off and placed it down. Then as I am cleaning up my tools, I pick up the meter to put it away, however I then realized that it felt really warm. Somehow, something internally shorted out, causing the batteries to get really warm along with the meter itself. The function selector dial also became permanently stuck to the off position. Remember, I had already turned this off, and the unit shorted out while it was off. I now have a giant paperweight. I'll contact their support and hopefully they will be able to make it right. I really had high hopes for this multimeter, especially after reading all of the positive reviews, and seeing that Extech is a FLIR brand. Updating from 2 stars to 4 stars with how well FLIR customer service has been.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Defective after 2 months, but great support;;Makoto;;;After thourough research to get the best bang for my buck, this was the winner hands down. It is a great balance between functionality and capability. I have found it has more than met all of my needs for it. I am only a hobbyist, but I feel safe with this meter, and it works great. I highly recommend it for anyone on a budget.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best MultiMeter under $100 - Get it!;;RedDogAlpha;;;The non contact voltage tester has a mind of its own, and the temperature probe is about 20 degrees off as compared to two other meters and a fieldpiece thermometer. The thermocouple also goes into OL if you touch it while it's in use suggesting a wiring issues. Everything else seems to work but with the other issues it makes me debate the accuracy of all of it. I bought the extech on Flir's reputation since I've used Flir equipment in the past. I'm thinking now I should have bought a fluke or fieldpiece.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Inaccurate and overly sensitive;;Throwaway2760173;;;There are a lot of units with a defect that ruin the resistence meassure option and show milliVolts instead, or similar malfunctions with some of the units to meassure (mine cant meassure AC Voltage). The multimeter is great with a great ammount of units and functions, and the best presicion on this range of price, but it is a bet if you can get one that does not broke after a few months.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Product with a Design Flaw.;;Alejandre Eduardo;;;This is a great meter for the price, and a significant upgrade from the EX330. However, there are a few issues... - The test leads that came with it were not very good. I recommend getting the Extech TL809 Electronic Test Lead Kit as well. - The knob, if not placed directly in a detent, can cause a short and drain the batteries. The meter was not damaged, but this could cause major problems if someone decides to use rechargeable batteries.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;This is a great meter for the price;;Amazon Customer

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe - Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2018
Almost...
Just a couple of notes... The orange cover is rubberized and protects the green plastic meter. You purchase additional/different leads - lookup Extech TL809 and you can see the different lead kits that are available. The backlight doesn't stay on when you turn it no. You have to press and hold the button for a few seconds for the light to come on, and while it's on you can press and hold it for a few sends to turn it off (all good). Unfortunately once you turn on the backlight it will automatically turn off after 15 seconds (disappointing). For some (annoying to me) reason, the unit beeps for each click as you rotate the dial to different functions. You can hear and feel the click so I don't know why it needs to beep too. Some have reported that it doesn't have a beep for a continuity tester, however it does have one. You have to select the correct mode (using the LPF/M button) to hear the beep. It comes with a CD with the Users Guide in a PDF file (it also comes with a pre-printed Users Guide). Extech has their own web site.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By David Hunter - Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2016
It turns out to be a far superior product to the old EX330 line
I got this meter as a curiosity. It turns out to be a far superior product to the old EX330 line. Functionally it is very close to the Fluke 115 line, and is now built to a higher standard, including HRC fuses now (vs. glass fuses as earlier lines used). Reading accuracy is now much tighter. An EX330 might give a measurement within the spec, but still be quite poor. Use a 1.024V reference as a standard, and while the EX330 would measure 1.018 this EX350 now actually measures 1.024V. The inclusion of the RMS function is also of a good value. Unlike the 330, this meter does not include the thermocouple measurement option, however given the significant 'slack' of the 330's reading, it isn't a meaningful loss. Overall this is a great value meter and measures out fairly close to Fluke's 110 series of meters.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By aguadillano - Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2019
Nicer than I was expecting - works great so far
Purchased as an entry level DMM for myself, a beginner, I’m quite surprised at the quality. The way a couple reviewers described, I wasn’t expecting such a ruggedly constructed device. The plastic inner shell reminds me of the original handheld Magellan gps units - actually the whole design and materials are very similar and that was a great device. It should even be easy to polish eventual dulling and scratches out of the thick clear acrylic lens over the readout - just like that Magellan. So yeah, physically, it’s built way better than I anticipated. As for function, in the few things I’ve used it for so far it appears to be operating properly. Took a sec to realize that there’s a mode switch button beyond just the dial, but once I caught that, it made the rest of the device a bit more easy to understand. For the m

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Makoto - Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2017
Defective after 2 months, but great support
I liked this meter at first, even though it had a few shortcomings. The NCV (No Contact Voltage) sensor is a nice feature that allows you to see if there's voltage going through a mains line. Like others mentioned, there is no beep for a continuity tester. I wish it would remember the last function that I was on. It defaults to AC testing when I mostly test DC. I wish it would remember the last setting I was on. After having this for about 2 months, this unit ended up failing on me, in a strange way. I had just finished testing out a 12V battery with this meter and turned it off and placed it down. Then as I am cleaning up my tools, I pick up the meter to put it away, however I then realized that it felt really warm. Somehow, something internally shorted out, causing the batteries to get really warm along with the meter itself. The function selector dial also became permanently stuck to the off position. Remember, I had already turned this off, and the unit shorted out while it was off. I now have a giant paperweight. I'll contact their support and hopefully they will be able to make it right. I really had high hopes for this multimeter, especially after reading all of the positive reviews, and seeing that Extech is a FLIR brand. Updating from 2 stars to 4 stars with how well FLIR customer service has been.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RedDogAlpha - Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2016
Best MultiMeter under $100 - Get it!
After thourough research to get the best bang for my buck, this was the winner hands down. It is a great balance between functionality and capability. I have found it has more than met all of my needs for it. I am only a hobbyist, but I feel safe with this meter, and it works great. I highly recommend it for anyone on a budget.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Throwaway2760173 - Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2019
Inaccurate and overly sensitive
The non contact voltage tester has a mind of its own, and the temperature probe is about 20 degrees off as compared to two other meters and a fieldpiece thermometer. The thermocouple also goes into OL if you touch it while it's in use suggesting a wiring issues. Everything else seems to work but with the other issues it makes me debate the accuracy of all of it. I bought the extech on Flir's reputation since I've used Flir equipment in the past. I'm thinking now I should have bought a fluke or fieldpiece.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Alejandre Eduardo - Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2018
Great Product with a Design Flaw.
There are a lot of units with a defect that ruin the resistence meassure option and show milliVolts instead, or similar malfunctions with some of the units to meassure (mine cant meassure AC Voltage). The multimeter is great with a great ammount of units and functions, and the best presicion on this range of price, but it is a bet if you can get one that does not broke after a few months.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017
This is a great meter for the price
This is a great meter for the price, and a significant upgrade from the EX330. However, there are a few issues... - The test leads that came with it were not very good. I recommend getting the Extech TL809 Electronic Test Lead Kit as well. - The knob, if not placed directly in a detent, can cause a short and drain the batteries. The meter was not damaged, but this could cause major problems if someone decides to use rechargeable batteries.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe - Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2018
Almost...
Just a couple of notes... The orange cover is rubberized and protects the green plastic meter. You purchase additional/different leads - lookup Extech TL809 and you can see the different lead kits that are available. The backlight doesn't stay on when you turn it no. You have to press and hold the button for a few seconds for the light to come on, and while it's on you can press and hold it for a few sends to turn it off (all good). Unfortunately once you turn on the backlight it will automatically turn off after 15 seconds (disappointing). For some (annoying to me) reason, the unit beeps for each click as you rotate the dial to different functions. You can hear and feel the click so I don't know why it needs to beep too. Some have reported that it doesn't have a beep for a continuity tester, however it does have one. You have to select the correct mode (using the LPF/M button) to hear the beep. It comes with a CD with the Users Guide in a PDF file (it also comes with a pre-printed Users Guide). Extech has their own web site.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By David Hunter - Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2016
It turns out to be a far superior product to the old EX330 line
I got this meter as a curiosity. It turns out to be a far superior product to the old EX330 line. Functionally it is very close to the Fluke 115 line, and is now built to a higher standard, including HRC fuses now (vs. glass fuses as earlier lines used). Reading accuracy is now much tighter. An EX330 might give a measurement within the spec, but still be quite poor. Use a 1.024V reference as a standard, and while the EX330 would measure 1.018 this EX350 now actually measures 1.024V. The inclusion of the RMS function is also of a good value. Unlike the 330, this meter does not include the thermocouple measurement option, however given the significant 'slack' of the 330's reading, it isn't a meaningful loss. Overall this is a great value meter and measures out fairly close to Fluke's 110 series of meters.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By aguadillano - Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2019
Nicer than I was expecting - works great so far
Purchased as an entry level DMM for myself, a beginner, I’m quite surprised at the quality. The way a couple reviewers described, I wasn’t expecting such a ruggedly constructed device. The plastic inner shell reminds me of the original handheld Magellan gps units - actually the whole design and materials are very similar and that was a great device. It should even be easy to polish eventual dulling and scratches out of the thick clear acrylic lens over the readout - just like that Magellan. So yeah, physically, it’s built way better than I anticipated. As for function, in the few things I’ve used it for so far it appears to be operating properly. Took a sec to realize that there’s a mode switch button beyond just the dial, but once I caught that, it made the rest of the device a bit more easy to understand. For the m

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Makoto - Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2017
Defective after 2 months, but great support
I liked this meter at first, even though it had a few shortcomings. The NCV (No Contact Voltage) sensor is a nice feature that allows you to see if there's voltage going through a mains line. Like others mentioned, there is no beep for a continuity tester. I wish it would remember the last function that I was on. It defaults to AC testing when I mostly test DC. I wish it would remember the last setting I was on. After having this for about 2 months, this unit ended up failing on me, in a strange way. I had just finished testing out a 12V battery with this meter and turned it off and placed it down. Then as I am cleaning up my tools, I pick up the meter to put it away, however I then realized that it felt really warm. Somehow, something internally shorted out, causing the batteries to get really warm along with the meter itself. The function selector dial also became permanently stuck to the off position. Remember, I had already turned this off, and the unit shorted out while it was off. I now have a giant paperweight. I'll contact their support and hopefully they will be able to make it right. I really had high hopes for this multimeter, especially after reading all of the positive reviews, and seeing that Extech is a FLIR brand. Updating from 2 stars to 4 stars with how well FLIR customer service has been.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RedDogAlpha - Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2016
Best MultiMeter under $100 - Get it!
After thourough research to get the best bang for my buck, this was the winner hands down. It is a great balance between functionality and capability. I have found it has more than met all of my needs for it. I am only a hobbyist, but I feel safe with this meter, and it works great. I highly recommend it for anyone on a budget.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Throwaway2760173 - Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2019
Inaccurate and overly sensitive
The non contact voltage tester has a mind of its own, and the temperature probe is about 20 degrees off as compared to two other meters and a fieldpiece thermometer. The thermocouple also goes into OL if you touch it while it's in use suggesting a wiring issues. Everything else seems to work but with the other issues it makes me debate the accuracy of all of it. I bought the extech on Flir's reputation since I've used Flir equipment in the past. I'm thinking now I should have bought a fluke or fieldpiece.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Alejandre Eduardo - Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2018
Great Product with a Design Flaw.
There are a lot of units with a defect that ruin the resistence meassure option and show milliVolts instead, or similar malfunctions with some of the units to meassure (mine cant meassure AC Voltage). The multimeter is great with a great ammount of units and functions, and the best presicion on this range of price, but it is a bet if you can get one that does not broke after a few months.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017
This is a great meter for the price
This is a great meter for the price, and a significant upgrade from the EX330. However, there are a few issues... - The test leads that came with it were not very good. I recommend getting the Extech TL809 Electronic Test Lead Kit as well. - The knob, if not placed directly in a detent, can cause a short and drain the batteries. The meter was not damaged, but this could cause major problems if someone decides to use rechargeable batteries.