Pre-Operation Inspection Check the following before using the instrument. If damage has occurred, replace with the specified test lead [Model ]. Failure to do so may result in electric shock. The clamp sensor or the case shall be free of damage. If damage has occurred, V rms avoid using the instrument.
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Their compact size, low-profile design, and resistance to both rough handling and extreme temperatures make them essential tools for any electrician. Observe the difference between readings from these two types of instruments when measuring a distorted waveform that contains harmonic components such as those produced by inverters and switching power supplies.
A pocket clamp meter that can use flexible sensors When connected to an optional flexible current sensor, the F can be used to measure the current flowing in pairs of wires or in tangled or complexly routed wires around which it was not possible to apply a clamp-on sensor in the past. Essential for electrical work: A thin card tester that fits in the pocket with all the capabilities of a clamp meter The F delivers all the functionality of a clamp meter and card tester in the form factor of the latter.
In addition to current measurement, this single instrument delivers voltage measurement, continuity check, and resistance measurement functionality. As a result, it can be used in even harsher environments. Basic specifications Accuracy guaranteed for 1 year, Post-adjustment accuracy guaranteed for 1 year AC Current range DC Voltage range AC Voltage range 4.
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