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Product selection guide: Clamp meters

Use our product selection guide to find the clamp meter that fits your needs best.
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Measure voltage and current with the clamp jaw of the Fluke 378 FC clamp meter.
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Fluke T5-1000 Voltage, Continuity and Current Tester
Fluke 378 FC Non-Contact Voltage True-rms AC/DC Clamp Meter with iFlexFluke T5-1000 Voltage, Continuity and Current Tester
AC current  
AC voltage  
Resistance  
Continuity  
DC volts  
DC current  
True RMS  
Frequency  
Min-Max-Avg  
Capacitance  
Fluke Connect™ compatible  
Inrush current mode  
Low-pass filter  
18 inch iFlex® Flexible Current ProbeIncluded 
Phase rotation  
PQ indicator  
Phase to phase voltage calculation  
Fluke FieldSense™ technology  
Data logging  
Display hold  
Backlight  
Jaw opening1.3 in (34 mm).5 in (12.9mm) 
Max wire size (MCM)750 
Current range AC (RMS)999.9 A0 - 100 A 
AC responseTrue RMSAveraging 
Current range DC999.9 A 
Accuracy DC current: ± 5 counts2.00 % 
Voltage range DC1000 V0 - 1000 V 
Accuracy AC voltage: ± 5 counts1.00 % 
Resistance range60 kΩ0 - 1000 ohms 
Frequency measurement range500 Hz 
Accuracy AC current (50/60 Hz): ± 5 counts2.00 % 
Voltage range AC1000 V0 - 1000 V 
Accuracy DC voltage: ± 5 counts1.00 % 
Max wire size1/0 THHN cable 
Accuracy AC current (50/60Hz)3 % + 3 counts 
Accuracy AC voltage1.5 % + 2 counts 
Accuracy DC voltage1 % + 1 count 
Category ratingsCAT III 1000 V, CAT IV 600 VCAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V 
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AC current  
Display hold  
DC volts  
AC volts  
Ohms  
Continuity  
Current measurement  
Voltage measurement  
Facilities / Maintenance Technician / Engineer  
Residential / Commercial Electrician  
AC current  
Current range AC (RMS)0 - 100 A 
AC volts  
Voltage range AC0 to 600 V 
DC volts  
Voltage range DC0 to 600 V 
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