Klein Tools introduces USB Meters and Tester (Cat. Nos. ET900, ET910 and ET920), enabling professionals to monitor the power delivered by USB ports. The ET900 easily measures USB-A power delivery devices and features a compact, lightweight design. The ET910 tests and measures USB-A ports, which builds on the ET900 with the additional ability to test the port’s maximum current output. Lastly, the ET920 measures both USB-A and USB-C connectors for added flexibility. This product line offers new capabilities with intuitive, easy-to-use technology, built into a pocket-sized design for easy portability.
- All three products listed below feature:
- Ability to continuously monitor up to 1000 hours of voltage, current, capacity/charge delivered, energy and resistance (calculated)
- Hi-resolution LCD display that provides clear measurements in low-lit environments
- Mode button to switch display options, reset, store and recall up to 10 data readings
- Voltage and current overload detection
- Durable cables that allow easy access to hard-to-reach ports
- Industrial design to withstand harsh job site demands, with 6-foot (2m) drop protection
- No need for batteries; devices receive power from the USB port being monitored or tested USB Digital Meter, USB-A (Cat. No. ET900)
- Measures DC voltage from 3 to 20V DC and current from 0.05 to 3A
- For use with most common standard USB-A ports, including Qualcomm Quick Charge® ports
USB Digital Meter and Tester, USB-A (Cat. No. ET910)
- Built-in fixed loads of 0.5A, 1A, 2A and 3A test maximum current delivery without connecting to an external load
- Measures DC voltage from 3 to 20V DC and current from 0.05 to 3A (monitoring mode)
- Tests and measures most common standard USB-A ports, including Qualcomm Quick Charge® ports
USB Digital Meter, USB-A and USB-C (Cat. No. ET920)
- Measures DC voltage from 3 to 20V DC and current from 0.05 to 3A (USB-A) as well as DC voltage from 3 to 20V DC and current from 0.05 to 5A (USB-C)
- For use with most common standard USB-A or USB-C ports, including Qualcomm Quick Charge® ports
“A USB device’s power delivery and capability can be a mystery, even though the technology is common,” says Shantanu Deshpande, senior product manager at Klein Tools. “Klein Tools’ new line of USB Digital Meters are easy to use and built to stand up to the rigors of daily use in demanding environments, perfect for troubleshooting wall outlets, wall chargers, portable power banks and other USB ports with charging capabilities.
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