Electrical Tester, Open Jaw Fork Meter, AC Auto-Ranging, 200 Amp
- Open Fork Meter with automatically ranging True Root Mean Squared (TRMS) measurement technology for accuracy
- Tester measures AC current via the clamp, and AC/DC voltage, resistance, and continuity via test leads
- Wide jaw for measuring current in cables up to 3/0 sizes; accommodates cables of diameter up to 0.58-Inch (1.5 cm)
- Non-contact voltage tester integrated into the jaw
- Includes a carrying case, test leads and 2 x AAA batteries
- Jaw and Housing: CATIV 600V/CATIII 1000V; Electrical: CATIII 600V/CATII 1000V; Class 2, Double Insulation
- Backlit display for clear readings
- Powers off automatically after 15 minutes of non-use to conserve battery life
- Rugged Klein TOUGH METER is built to withstand a 9.9-Foot (3m) drop
- Low battery indicator and easily accessible battery compartment
- Meets requirements for use in basic and controlled electromagnetic environments like residential, office and light-industrial locations
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The CL360 Electrical Tester is an automatically ranging true root mean squared (TRMS) digital open jaw fork meter that measures AC current via the fork, AC/DC voltage, continuity, and resistance via test leads. It can detect the presence of voltage via the integrated non-contact voltage (NCV) tester. It includes a carrying case, test leads and 2 x AAA batteries.
Open Jaw Fork Current Meter
Measures AC Current, AC/DC Voltage, Continuity, Resistance
Low Battery Indicator, Built-in Test Lead Holders, Backlit Display
2 x AAA
0.58'' (1.5 cm) Opening
6000 Count LCD
AC Current, AC/DC Voltage, Continuity, Resistance
600V AC, 1000V DC
DC Polarity Indicator:
Jaw and Housing: CATIV 600V/CATIII 1000V; Electrical: CATIII 600V/CATII 1000V
Carrying Case, Instruction Manual, Straight Input Test Leads, and 2 x 1.5V AAA Batteries
8.39'' (21.3 cm)
1.38'' (3.5 cm)
2.12'' (5.4 cm)
6.40 oz (180.0g)
- Read, understand, and follow all instructions, cautions and warnings attached to and/or packed with all test and measurement devices before each use.
- Before each use, verify meter operation by measuring a known voltage or current.
- Never use the meter on a circuit with voltages that exceed the category based rating of this meter.
- Always adhere to local and national safety codes. Use personal protective equipment to prevent shock and arc blast injury where hazardous live conductors are exposed.
- Usage of this meter in any way other than that specified by the manufacturer can impair safe operation, resulting in severe injury or death.