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  • Basic features of a clamp meter

    What is a clamp meter?

    Clamps measure current. Probes measure voltage. Having a hinged jaw integrated into an electrical meter allows technicians to clamp the jaws around a wire, cable and other conductor at any point in an electrical system, then measure current in that circuit without disconnecting/deenergizing it.
  • ARTICLE: How a solar rooftop contractor ensures quality panel installations every time -1

    屋根上太陽光発電設備の施工業者が毎回質の高いパネル設置工事を行う方法

    機器の改善により、太陽光発電コストが低下、FLUKE376 True RMS
  • Using accessory current clamps with Fluke Digital Multimeters

    Using accessory current clamps with Fluke Digital Multimeters

    Accessory current clamps expand a multimeter's flexibility and measurement capabilities by allowing it to measure up to thousands of amps.
  • Leading facility solutions firm upgrades popular instrument with Fluke Connect model

    Leading facility solutions firm upgrades popular instrument with Fluke Connect model

    MacDonald-Miller standardized on the Fluke 902 Clamp Meter when it came out several years ago.

  • Breaking new ground without breaking the loop

    Breaking new ground without breaking the loop

    Early reports from the field suggest that the new Fluke 772 and 773 Milliamp Process Clamp Meters may be game changers, breaking new ground for technicians in the HVAC controls industry. With the feature sets these meters offer, troubleshooting of the most common problems in modern control systems becomes a snap.

  • Case study: Electric utility plays it safe...

    Case study: Electric utility plays it safe...

    The safety rated Fluke T+Pro gets field-tested by non-electricians. Larger buttons for gloved hands and a battery life indicator helped to make the transition from the old solenoid-based testers to the T+Pro much easier.

  • DMM対クランプメーター

    DMM対クランプメーター

    クランプメーターは、DMMで適用のミリ単位ではなく、小数第2位を四捨五入した単位で測定します。
  • Leakage current measurement basics

    Leakage current measurement basics

    On circuits protected by GFCIs (Ground Fault Current Interrupters), leakage current can cause unnecessary and intermittent tripping. In extreme cases, it can cause a rise in voltage on accessible conductive parts.