Flir’s CM94 utility clamp meter reads high-current measurements on utility and industrial job sites. It clamps larger conductors with an oversized jaw to take readings up to 2,000A AC/DC. It works on overhead, underground and utility service equipment. It features a backlit LCD.
Amprobe’s AMP-25 AC/DC True rms mini-clamp meter measures AC/DC current to 300A. It features noncontact voltage detection and has a backlit display for viewing in bright and dim environments. The jaw opens to 1 in.
Flir’s CM57 is designed to simplify difficult current measurements. Made with a narrow, 18-in. flexible coil clamp, it enables users to take measurements in tight or awkward spots. It is designed for multiple-conductor measurements and double-wrap requirements. It is made with bright, dual-LED worklights to illuminate dark cabinets and is built to withstand a 3 m drop.
AEMC Instruments’ 565 clamp-on leakage current meter is designed to measure low AC currents, which are typically leakage currents in ground conductors. The jaw size is compact yet designed to accommodate the most common conductors up to 26 mm in diameter. Low currents are measured using either the 60 mA or the 600 mA range.
Greenlee’s CMF-110 10-in. flex clamp meter measures true rms AC current, AC voltage, resistance, frequency and inrush current. It operates in temperatures between 0°C and 50°C. The flexible Rogowski coil maneuvers around cables that are hard to reach or deep within cabinets. The frequency rating is between 20 kHz and 30 kHz.
Fluke’s 325 True rms clamp meter measures AC and DC currents to 400A and measures AC and DC voltages to 600V. It is designed for commercial and residential electricians. It measures temperatures between –10°C and 400°C.