Extech AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter

The Extech Mini AC/DC Clamp Meter is ideal for low current measurements.

Features

  • 0.9" (23mm) jaw diameter
  • Large 4000 count LCD display with full function indication and fast 40 segment analog bargraph
  • Overload protection up to 400A DC
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Extech AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter380942 30A True RMS AC/DC mini clamp meter
$399.99
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Extech 30A True RMS AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter 380942-NIST 30A True RMS AC/DC mini clamp meter, NIST traceable
$474.99
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Extech 200A True RMS AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter 380941 200A AC/DC mini clamp meter
$279.99
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Extech 200A True RMS AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter 380941-NIST 200A AC/DC mini clamp meter, NIST traceable
$349.99
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Extech 400A True RMS AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter 380947 400A True RMS AC/DC mini clamp meter
$309.99
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Extech 400A True RMS AC/DC Mini Clamp Meter 380947-NIST 400A True RMS AC/DC mini clamp meter, NIST traceable
$384.99
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The Extech Mini AC/DC Clamp Meter is a compact solution to measuring low currents with high resolution up to 0.1mA AC and 1 mA DC. Its small size allows it to easily fit into tight spaces, providing measurements that traditional clamp meters can't reach. Model 380942 and 380947 allow True RMS measurements, which are ideal for distorted waveforms that cause inaccuracies. A large 4000 count LCD display provides full function indication and a fast 40 segment bargraph. Overload protection ensures measurements up to 400A DC.

Model 380942

 

  • True RMS
  • AC current: 30A
  • AC resolution: 0.1mA
  • AC accuracy: ±(2.0%+5d)@50/60Hz
  • DC current: 30A
  • DC resolution: 1mA
  • AC voltage: 400V
  • AC resolution: 0.1V
  • AC accuracy: ±(2.0%+5d)
  • DC voltage: 400V
  • DC resolution: 0.1V
  • DC accuracy: ±(1.0%+2d)
  • Dimensions: 7.2x2.5x1.4" (183x64x36mm)
  • Weight: 6.2 oz (190g)

 

Model 380941

 

  • AC current: 200A
  • AC resolution: 100mA
  • AC accuracy: ±(1.0% +2d)
  • DC current: 40A
  • DC resolution: 10mA
  • DC accuracy: ±(1.0% +2d)
  • AC voltage: 400V
  • AC resolution: 0.1V
  • AC accuracy: ±(1.5% +4d) (50/60Hz)
  • DC voltage: 400V
  •  DC resolution: 0.1V
  • DC accuracy: ±(1.0% +2d)
  • Resistance: 400Ω
  • Resistance resolution: 0.1Ω
  • Resistance accuracy: ±(1.5% +2d)
  • Frequency: 10kHz
  • Frequency resolution: 0.01Hz
  • Frequency accuracy: ±(0.5% +2d)
  • Dimensions: 7x1.75x1.25" (178x45x32mm)
  • Weight: 6 oz (170g)

 

Model 380947

 

  • True RMS
  • AC current: 4A/40A/100A/400A
  • AC resolution: 1mA/10mA/100mA/100mA
  • AC accuracy: ±(1.5% +3d)
  • DC current: 40A/400A
  • DC resolution: 10mA/100mA
  • DC accuracy: ±(1.0% +2d)
  • Frequency: 10kHz
  • Frequency resolution: 0.01Hz
  • Frequency accuracy: ±(0.5% +2d)
  • Dimensions: 7.2x2.5x1.4" (183x64x36mm)
  • Weight: 6.2 oz (190g)
  • (1) Meter
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