Fluke i400 AC Current Clamp
Fluke i400 AC Current Clamp is rated out of 5 by 2.
- Companion to your DMM to measure up to 400 A AC
- 1 mA/Amp output guarantees easy reading on you meter
- Only current clamp available with a CAT IV 600 V / CAT III 1000 V safety rating
- Specially designed to offer maximum utility in a very compact shape
- Take accurate current readings without breaking the circuit
- Soft non-slippery overmold handle prevents from accidental touching live wiring
- Max. conductor Ø 32 mm
Product overview: Fluke i400 AC Current Clamp
The Fluke i400 AC Current Clamp is a high-safety current clamp for digital multimeters. The current clamp provides accurate current measurements without breaking electric circuits, helping you take measurements safely with industry standard safety ratings.
Specifications: Fluke i400 AC Current Clamp
|Nominal current range||400 A|
|Continuous current range||1 A - 400 A|
|Maximum non-destructive current||1000 A|
|Lowest measurable current||1 A|
|Basic accuracy||2% + 0.06 A|
|(% reading + floorspec)|
|Useable frequency||5 Hz - 20 kHz|
|Output level(s)||1 mA/A|
|Safety||CAT IV 600 V, CAT III, 1000 V|
|Maximum voltage||1000 V AC rms from earth to ground, in compliance with EN61010|
|Mechanical and General Specifications|
|Maximum conductor diameter||32 mm (1.25 in)|
|Maximum conductor size (busbar)||750 MCM|
|Output cable length||1.5 m (59 in)|
|Shrouded banana plugs||Yes|
Models: Fluke i400 AC Current Clamp
Is the Fluke i400 AC Current Clampon designed for AC current?
Yes, the Fluke i400 AC Current Clamp is for ac current.
Date published: 2023-04-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by JosVaz from Decent but not Great It does the job, I would like thinner clamps if possible to get to thinly packed heavy Guage wire. A retractable spool or some sort of wire management system for cleaner storage would be great. Overall decent purchase
Date published: 2021-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by mechmaniac85 from Excellent accessory for one meter jobs! We were able to bring one meter to the job and use this and megger probe to take all troubleshooting readings with one meter.
Date published: 2012-07-24