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Digital Clamp Meter AC Auto-Ranging LoZ

Cat. No.: 
CL700
Product Features
Automatically ranging true mean squared (TRMS) technology for increased accuracy
Clamp measures AC current and thermocouple probe measures temperature
Test leads measure AC/DC voltage, resistance, continuity, frequency and capacitance and tests diodes
Low Impedance (LoZ) mode for identifying and eliminating ghost or stray voltages
CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V, Class 2, Double insulation safety rating
Built to withstand a 6.6-foot (2 m) drop
Low battery indicator and easily accessible battery compartment
Includes a carrying pouch, test leads, thermocouple with adapter and batteries
Meets requirements for use in basic and controlled electromagnetic environments like residential, office and light-industrial locations
Operating Temperature: 32-degrees F to 104-degrees F (0-degrees C to 40-degrees C)
Operating altitude to 6562-foot (2000 m)
Specifications
Application:
Measures AC Current
Special Features:
Features Low Battery Indicator
Batteries:
2 x AAA
Jaw Size:
1-3/8'' (34.9 mm)
Drop Protection:
6.6 ft (2 m)
Display:
6000 Count LCD
Functions:
Clamp measures AC current and thermocouple probe measures temperature. Test leads measure AC/DC voltage, resistance, continuity, frequency and capacitance and tests diodes
Voltage:
1000V AC; 1000V DC
Frequency:
1Hz - 500 KHz
Current:
600A
Capacitance:
6000µF
Ohms (Resistance):
60MO
Temperature Range:
-14° - 1000°F (-26° - 538°C)
Ingress Protection:
IP40
Standard:
CAT IV 600V; CE Certified
Included:
Carrying Case, Test Leads, Thermocouple with Adapter, and Batteries
Overall Length:
9.094'' (231 mm)
Overall Height:
1.547'' (39.3 mm)
Overall Width:
3.813'' (96.9 mm)
Weight:
0.74 lb (0.33 kg)
UPC:
092644690150
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Warnings

Do not attempt to measure resistance or continuity on live circuits.

Read, understand and follow all instructions, cautions and warnings attached to and /or packed with all test and measurement devices before each use.

Do not use the meter during electrical storms or in wet weather, and do not use the meter or test leads if they appear to be damaged.

Before each use verify meter operation by measuring a known voltage or current.