Hioki FMI Clamp On Meter for AC/DC - 1000A
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Product Information:Hioki 3288 FMI Clamp On AC/DC HiTester provides one touch maintenance on all types of AC/DC equipment. Designed with high-current measurements in mind, this field measuring instrument handles measurements up to 1000A Ac/DC and uses an average value type measurement formula for AC mode to help save costs. With a multi-function clamp that simplifies diagnosis, the unit also contains DMM or digital multimeter functions for voltage, resistance, and continuity checking. Its voltage range of 420mV to 600V AC/DC make it useful for a wide variety of applications.
Comparable to Fluke Models: 336A and 337A.
Features:• Use the 3288 for high current measurements such as UPS emergency batteries and train motors
• A slim core of only 10 mm(0.39 in) for easy clamping even in crowded wiring
• AC Current range: 100.0 or 1000 A AC, 2 ranges (±1.5 % rdg. ±5 dgt. at 50 or 60Hz), Average rectifier effective value
• DC Current range: 100.0 or 1000 A DC, 2 ranges (±1.5 % rdg. ±5 dgt.)
• AC Voltage range: 4.200 to 600 V AC, 4 ranges (±2.3 % rdg. ±8 dgt. at 50 or 60Hz), Average rectifier effective value
• DC Voltage range: 420.0 mV to 600 V DC, 5 ranges (±1.3 % rdg. ±4 dgt.)
• Other functions: Resistance: 420.0 to 42.00 M-ohm, 6 ranges, Accuracy: ±2.0 % rdg. ±4 dgt. (at 420 to 420 k-ohm range), Continuity: 420.0 ohm (Buzzer sounds at approx. 50 ohm or less)
• Analog output: None
• Frequency characteristics (at AC current / voltage): AC current: 10 to 500 Hz, AC voltage: 30 to 500 Hz
• Display section: Digital / LCD, maximum 4199 dgt.
• Sampling rate: 2.5 times/sec
• Max. circuit voltage: 600 V AC rms (insulated wire)
• Power supply: CR2032 (3 VDC) 1, Continuous use 60 hours
• Core jaw diameter: Ø 35 mm(1.38 in)
• Dimensions, mass: 57 mm(2.24 in)W 180 mm(7.09 in)H 16 mm(0.63 in)D, 150 g (5.3 oz)
• Included Accessories: TEST LEAD 9208 (1), CARRYING CASE 9398 (1)
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