MA3010

Extech Flexible Clamp Meter

Extech Flexible Clamp Meter

Description

The Extech Flexible Clamp Meter easily wraps around bus bars and cable bundles that may be difficult to access with regular clamp meters.

Features

  • True RMS For Accurate Readings Of Noisy, Distorted, Or Non-Sinusoidal Waveforms
  • Measures True RMS AC Current In Three Ranges
  • 3000 Count Backlit LCD Screen
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$179.99
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Details

The thin 7.5mm cable diameter easily fits into tight spaces. Choose between a 10" (25.4cm) or 18" (45.7cm) cable clamp length to accommodate your application needs.

Features:

  • 7.5mm cable diameter fits into tight spaces and around large conductors
  • Over range and Low battery indicator
  • Auto power off with disable
  • CAT III-1000V, CAT IV-600V category safety rating
Notable Specifications:
  • AC Current Ranges: 0 to 30.00A, 30.00 to 300.0A, 300.0 to 3000A (autoranging)
  • Max Resolution: 0.01A
  • Basic Accuracy: ±(3%+5 digits)
  • Flex Cable Diameter: 0.3" (7.5mm)
  • Flex Cable Top Diameter: 0.51" (13mm
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech Flexible Clamp Meter MA3010 Flexible Clamp Meter, 10"
$179.99
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Extech Flexible Clamp Meter MA3010-NIST Flexible Clamp Meter, 10" with NIST
$329.99
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Extech Flexible Clamp Meter MA3018 Flexible Clamp Meter, 18"
$199.99
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Extech Flexible Clamp Meter MA3018-NIST Flexible Clamp Meter, 18" With NIST
$349.99
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