Split Digital Clamp Meter, 1/2" Jaw Capacity, CAT III 600V
- Item # 4KF19
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # Fluke-T5-600
- Catalog Page # 546
- UNSPSC # 41113648
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- Item Clamp Meter
- Digital/Analog Digital
- Clamp Meter Jaw Style Split
- Max. AC Amps 100
- Max. AC Volts 600
- Max. DC Volts 600
- Max. Ohms 1000
- Jaw Capacity 1/2"
- Counts 1000
- Battery Type AA
- Safety Rating CAT III 600V
- AC Response Average
- Audible Continuity Yes
- Display LCD
- Includes 4mm Detachable Probes, Instruction Sheet
- Calibration Frequency 45 to 66 Hz
- Auto Ranging Yes
- Data Hold Yes
- Auto Power Off Yes
- AC Current Accuracy +/-2.0% + 5 Digits
- Operating Temp. 14 Degrees to 122 Degrees F
- Standards EN61010-1, UL, CSA and TUV
- Special Features Easy and Accurate OpenJaw(TM) Current Measurement, Continuity Beeper
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 yr.
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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