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Digital Clamp Meter, 600V, TRMS

FLUKE

Price: $284.75 / each

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  • 4.7 Stars
  • 4.7 of 5
  • 3 reviews
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  • Item # 20E892
  • Mfr. Model # FLUKE-325/WWG
  • UNSPSC # 41113601
  • Catalog Page # 826
  • Shipping Weight 2.6 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemClamp Meter
  • Digital/AnalogDigital
  • Clamp Meter Jaw StyleClamp On
  • Max. AC Amps400
  • Max. DC Amps400
  • Max. AC Volts600
  • Max. DC Volts600
  • Max. Ohms40000
  • Jaw Capacity1-1/8, 1-5/16"
  • Temp. Range14 Degrees to 752 Degrees F (-10 Degrees to 400 Degrees C)
  • Counts6000
  • Battery TypeAAA
  • Safety RatingCAT IV 300V, CAT III 600V
  • AC ResponseTRMS
  • Audible ContinuityYes
  • Capacitance1000uF
  • Frequency Counter500 Hz
  • MemoryMin./Max.
  • Peak HoldYes
  • DisplayBacklit LCD
  • IncludesDisplay Container, Soft Case, Manual, Test Leads, Registration Card, Statement of Calibration, WEEE Sheet
  • Max. Conductor Size600 MCM
  • Auto RangingYes
  • Data HoldYes
  • Auto Power OffYes
  • Thermometer TypeType K Thermocouple
  • AC Current Accuracy+/-2% + 5 Digits
  • Operating Temp.14 to 122 Degrees F
  • Special FeaturesBacklight
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length2 yr.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Min/Max has no average feature The meter is everything it is advertised to be. One point to be aware of is that min/max is more limited on this meter than many other Fluke products. Many of their meters have a min/max/average feature. This meter only stores min and max, not average. Other than that, it seems like a well built meter with a solid feature set. November 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent HVAC clamp meter I bought the Fluke 325 while still in HVAC school, and use it daily in the field at my job now. All the functions of the meter are useful on my job without a lot of extra frilly stuff id never use. I worked as a electronics repair technician before going into HVAC, and I've always used Fluke meters. The Fluke 325 is a first class tool June 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent HVAC clamp meter I bought the Fluke 325 while still in HVAC school, and use it daily in the field at my job now. All the functions of the meter are useful on my job without a lot of extra frilly stuff id never use. I worked as a electronics repair technician before going into HVAC, and I've always used Fluke meters. The Fluke 325 is a first class tool June 1, 2013
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following: RMS stands for Root Mean Square. Root mean square or RMS voltage is the voltage used for determining the amount of power that a sinusoidal signal is capable of providing.
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