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Digital Clamp Meter, 400A, TRMS, 600V
- Item # 20E891
- Mfr. Model # FLUKE-324
- UNSPSC # 41113601
- Catalog Page # 683
- Shipping Weight 1.6 lbs.
- Item Clamp Meter
- Digital/Analog Digital
- Clamp Meter Jaw Style Clamp On
- Max. AC Amps 400
- Max. AC Volts 600
- Max. DC Volts 600
- Max. Ohms 4000
- Jaw Capacity 1-1/8, 1-5/16"
- Temp. Range 14 Degrees to 752 Degrees F
- Counts 6000
- Battery Type AAA
- Safety Rating CAT IV 300V, CAT III 600V
- AC Response TRMS
- Audible Continuity Yes
- Capacitance 1000uF
- Peak Hold Yes
- Display Backlit LCD
- Includes Display Container, Soft Case, Manual, Test Leads, Registration Card, Statement of Calibration, WEEE Sheet
- Max. Conductor Size 600MCM
- Auto Ranging Yes
- Data Hold Yes
- Auto Power Off Yes
- Thermometer Type Type K Thermocouple
- AC Current Accuracy +/-2.0% + 5 Digits
- Operating Temp. 14 Degrees to 122 Degrees F
- Special Features Backlight
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 2 yr.
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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