Digital clamp meter has AC/DC current (inrush current) range 0-600A, TRMS/temperature/capacitance functions, maximum jaw opening size 28mm, 4 digit display and maximum value 5999.
Tips: What is the different between clamp meter and digital multimeter?In the industrial production process, some operating low-voltage equipment or circuits need to know the current situation at any time, but the equipment must be operated continuously. In order not to affect the production or bring unnecessary losses, it is impossible to connect the digital multimeter to the equipment in series after powering off, and then measure current in the circuit. Therefore, in order to measure the current without disconnecting the circuit, the clamp meter is developed from the basic digital multimeter. Although it is less accurate than a multimeter, it provides an effective reference standard for maintenance personnel. And it is simple and convenient to operate. Therefore, the difference between a clamp meter and a digital multimeter is that the way of measuring current. The clamp meter can directly measure the current in the line by pressing the trigger to open the jaws and placing the single line to be tested in the middle of the clamp without disconnecting the power line. While the ordinary digital multimeter measures the current, the multimeter black and red pointer string must be connected the power line in series.