Solutions for Every NeedWires in tight compact spaces. Panels out of reach. Extra large conductors. We understand your workspace and have designed products for noise-free, reliable readings. Built on success, clamp meters designed by Fluke are known as workhorse clamp meters. With advanced performance, the clamp meter line is designed to be simple to use and gimmick-free.
And now key Fluke clamp meters can share results with Fluke Connect® wireless test tools. Take a reading, send it remotely to a Fluke Connect master unit, and you're ready to send measurement data to your smartphone, save and share measurements from the field with your team, at anytime, from anywhere.
Fluke 381 Remote Display True-RMS AC/DC Clamp Meter with iFlex™ »
For added safety and convenience, the 381 combines the flexibility of iFlex with a detachable display, giving you the ability to take readings both remotely or in those tough-to-reach places.
Fluke 376 FC True RMS AC/DC Clamp Meter with iFlex™ »
Industrial and Electrical users around the world say the 376 clamp meter is the only tool they need in their tool belt. That's because the iFlex flexible current probe allows you to take current measurements in crowded cabinets, between tightly packed wires and around large conductors.
Fluke 325 True RMS Clamp Meter »
If you are looking to measure current up to 400A ac/dc, capacitance and contact temperature, the 325 True RMS clamp meter offers big features in a small form factor.
Clamp Meter Application Notes:You might find these application notes helpful in determining when to use a clamp meter and which one to choose.
Clamp Meter ABC's (.pdf) »
There are two types of current clamps commonly available: "average responding" and "true-rms". Learn more about each and which would best serve your needs.
DMM vs Clamp Meter (.pdf) »
What is a clamp meter and what can it do? What measurements can be made with a clamp meter? How do you get the most out of a clamp meter? Which clamp meter is best suited to the environment the meter will be used in? The answers to these questions will be found in this application note.
True-rms (.pdf) »
We all know it's costly not to have the right tools for the job. If you've been in this business a while, you've managed to accumulate a variety of screwdrivers. Why not just one screwdriver? Because you are already practicing the concept of having the right tool for the job - even with a tool as simple as that. So, it makes good sense to apply this same concept to your measuring tools.
Learn More About Our Complete Line of Clamp MetersView the Clamp Meter Selection Chart (.pdf) »
Need Help Choosing the Right Clamp Meter for Your Application?Use the online Clamp Selector Guide »