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.
Megger’s DCM340 600A and 600V digital clamp meter measures AC and DC current and voltage. It features 31/2 digit, 4,000 count display with a backlight and a high-resolution digital bargraph. It displays peak, minimum/maximum and data-hold functions. It is drop-tested for 1.2 meters onto a hard floor.
AEMC’s True RMS clamp-on meter measures AC and DC volts and amperes, frequency, continuity, resistance and temperature. It can also perform diode checks. The adapter mode displays external sensor inputs. The delta relative function compares new measurements to a reference value, and the minimum/maximum function tracks high and low values.
Flir’s CM94 2,000A AC/DC electrical utility clamp meter features a 2.2-in. oversized jaw to manage larger conductors and busbars. It works on relays, distribution panels, vaults, switchgears, switchboards and more. Users can can troubleshoot connections and components with a continuity test mode, diode test or frequency and temperature measurements.
Southwire Tool’s 400A AC clamp meter is designed to survive a 6-ft. drop. It provides resistance, capacitance, continuity, temperature and diode functions. It features a built-in, noncontact AC voltage detector, an LED worklight and a third-hand test probe holder.
Hioki’s CM4141 AC True rms clamp meter can measure AC A, AC and DC V, DC+AC V, resistance, frequency, temperature and more. It has a -25–65° operating temperature range, an IP-50 dustproof and waterproof enclosure, and a current measurement capability up to 2,000A.