Extech AC Flex Clamp-On Adapter

Extech AC Flex Clamp-On Adapter


The Extech AC Flex Clamp-On Adapter is compatible with most multimeters and clamp meters with standard sized banana plug inputs.


  • Measures AC Current In Three Ranges
  • Easy Twist Clamp Cable Closure To Lock Or Open
  • Battery Capacity Indicator Provides Battery Condition
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Expand your meter’s capabilities to measure AC Current up to 3000A. Fit most MultiMeters or Clamp Meters with standard shrouded banana plug sockets. Flexible clamp jaw easily wraps around bus bars and cable bundles where standard clamp adaptors and meters can’t. The thin 7.5mm cable diameter easily fits into tight spaces. Choose between a 10" (25.4cm) or 18" (45.7cm) clamp cable length.

Notable Specifications:
  • AC Current Ranges: 30.00A (100mV per Amp output); 300.0A (10mV per Amp output); 3000A (1mV per Amp output)
  • Max Resolution: 0.01A
  • Basic Accuracy: ±3%FS (45 to 500Hz)
  • Flex Cable Diameter: 0.3" (7.5mm)
  • Flex Cable Tip Diameter: 0.51" (13mm)
  • Dimensions: 11 x 4.7 x 1"
What's Included:

(1) Adapter With Built-In Flex Clamp Cable

(1) 6.6ft (2m) Lead With Banana Plugs

(2) AAA Batteries

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech AC Flex Clamp-On Adapter CA3010 AC Flex Clamp-On Adapter, 10"
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Extech AC Flex Clamp-On Adapter CA3018 AC Flex Clamp-On Adapter, 18"
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