Fluke i410 AC/DC Current Clamp
Fluke i410 AC/DC Current Clamp is rated out of 5 by 10.
- Battery-powered Hall-effect probe measures 1A to 400 A
- 1mV/Amp output guarantees easy reading on your meter
- Take accurate current readings without breaking the circuit
- Maximum conductor Ø 32 mm
- CAT III 600 V safety rating
- Also available with softcase for DMM and clamp (i410 kit)
- One year warranty
Product overview: Fluke i410 AC/DC Current Clamp
The Fluke i410 AC/DC current clamp expands the functionality of digital multimeters and measures up to 400 amps for both AC and DC current. The Large clamp claw gives you access to difficult to reach areas. The kit includes a handy carrying case.
Specifications: Fluke i410 AC/DC Current Clamp
|Measurement type||Hall sensor|
|Nominal current range||400 A, AC/DC|
|Continuous current range||1 A - 400 A AC/DC|
|Maxium non-destructive current||400 A|
|Lowest measureable current||0.5 A|
|Basic accuracy||3.5% + 0.5 A|
(% reading + floorspec)
|Useable frequency||DC - 3 kHz|
|Output level(s)||1 mV/A|
|Zerro error adjustmemt||Yes|
|Safety||CAT III, 600 V|
|Maximum voltage||600 V|
|Mechanical and General Specifications|
|Battery life||9 V, 60 h|
|Maximum conductor diameter||30 mm|
2 x 25 mm
|Output cable length||1.6 m|
|Shrouded banana plugs||Yes|
Models: Fluke i410 AC/DC Current Clamp
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trickie Dickie from Really nice AC-DC Clamp Super nice. Works with any mV meter (1mv=1A) that line up with the banana plugs. Battery operated. Heavy duty Fluke quality.
Date published: 2020-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sandmann from Clamp on Good clamp on. Easy to use. I use the i410 to measure current on my 287 logging meter.
Date published: 2020-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by mork from Been great for automotive applications I use this with my 88V Automotive DMM, and so far it has worked perfectly with automotive applications, checking current on alternators and starters, and i've even used it for AC current measurements around the house, and it matches what i get with my other AC-only clamp meter.
Date published: 2020-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jules from Alternator/Regulator Test using Fluke i410. Works well... along with my Fluke 88V Automotive Multimeter.
Date published: 2020-05-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by gmimmy from Does Not Work Bought to use with my new 87 V. Brand new out of the box it will not work. Read manual. Contacted Fluke. No change. I love Fluke. This is beyond disappointing. I cannot recommend you purchase this item. Does not work.
Date published: 2019-06-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by Val22 from Not good I tried to zero it didn't work, used with Fluke 289 measures randomly. one measurement reads correctly next time huge error.
Date published: 2018-08-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by Buzz Lightbeer from Lack of resolution and reliability. Broke this sucker out to test current on an A/C heater line, should be reading between 1 and 4 Amps, nope, too low to measure. It's not like I wasn't using a Fluke 87 while I was taking the measurement. I placed our standard non contact on the same line and got the reading I was looking for. The i410 jumped at first when I hit the little green button (btw, that is stupid, give me a switch, I've only got so many hands) but immediately dropped to zero. Removed it, re-zeroed (it hadn't moved) and tried again, no dice. I seldom need to read in the range this thing might be accurate within. I'm starting to question Fluke's commitment to quality products and have half a mind to send this thing to AvE for a tear down of it. Gabbage. Going to put it in the art bin at work and see if I can't get hold of something a little less finicky with the resolution I need. Neat idea, don't know why more people don't know you can use the voltage settings on their meters, done it before, of course calibrating a loop of wire can be a pain in the dingus end. Giving this a 5/5 for reliability, it reliably told me nothing of use. Will not be purchasing more Fluke anyway.
Date published: 2018-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fishboy from Great amp clamp great amp clamp only drawback is it doesn't read below 4 amps. But then again it's for higher measurements. I'm an industrial electrician. But I have had fun using it on Automobiles starters. Checking compression !
Date published: 2015-02-14