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    Earth Leakage Clamp Meter, 0.00mA-600.00A

    The leakage current meter with 0.00mA-600.00A measuring range, jaw opening 35*40mm which can clamp a diameter of 35 wires. Clamp-shaped high-accuracy earth leakage clamp meter ensures the accuracy and stability of measurement, winding clamp head for accurate measurement. Data storage 99 groups, display "FULL" symbol to indicate that the storage is full.
    SKU: SISCO-LCM600
    $210.32
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    Delivery date: 7-12 days
    Overview


    Good quality leakage current clamp meter comes with a measuring range of 0.00mA-600.00A, and a large jaw opening of 35*40mm. The leakage meter is convenient to measure, the clamp-shaped design is convenient to handle when measuring.

    Detail of earth leakage clamp meter

    Super large diameter, more practical

    • Jaw size 25*35mm
    • Opening 35mm, can clamp diameter 35 wires
     
    Detail of clamp current ampere meter

    Backlit HD screen design

    • The logo is displayed in the upper left corner
    • DC direction is negative display "-"

    Applications

    sisco clamp current meter is available with a measuring range of 0mA-60A AC/DC. The clamp ammeter is especially suitable for places with dense wiring (power metering systems, high-speed rail systems, automotive circuit maintenance, etc.), and non-contact current measurements to ensure safe operation. The instrument is small in size, high in precision, stable in performance and perfect in function, and is one of the necessary tools for electrical safety inspection and maintenance.

    Clamp current meter applications

    Specs

     

    Model SISCO-ETCR6600
    Current Range

    0.00mA-600A

    Resolution

    0.1mA

    Accuracy

    ±1.5%rdg±5dgt (23℃ ± 3℃ , below 70%RH)

    CT Size 35*40mm
    Meter Dimensions 184mm×70mm×38mm
    Weight 250g
    Power Supply

    Alkaline battery 6LR61 9V

    LCD Size

    35mm×21.5mm; display area: 32mm×15mm

    Sampling Rate

    2 times/second

    Communication Interface

    Storage data can be uploaded to the computer, and software monitoring.

    Data Storage

    99 groups, flash display "FULL" symbol indicates storage full

    Peak Hold

    Peak value capture and hold function, long press HOLD key display peak value.

    Data Hold

    Data hold function: "DH" symbol display

    Overflow Display

    Exceed measure range overflow function: "OL A" symbol display

    Polarity Indication

    In DC current test auto-identified and display the "-" symbol

    Auto Shut Down

    5 minutes after powering on, it will power off automatically without any operation to reduce the power consumption.

    Battery Voltage

    Battery voltage lower than 7.2V will display a low battery voltage symbol, and remind to replace the battery

    Working Current

    5mA

    Line Voltage

    Below AC 600V circuit test

    Shift

    Automatically

    Accessories

    Meter: 1PCS; Communication cable: 1PCS; Cloth bag: 1PCS

    FAQs

    Q1: What is clamp ampere meter?
    A1: A clamp ammeter is a combination of a current transformer and an ammeter. The iron core of the current transformer can be opened when the wrench is tightened; the wire through which the measured current passes can pass through the gap opened by the iron core without being cut off, and the iron core is closed when the wrench is released.

    Q2: How does a current clamp meter work?
    A2: A clamp meter is a clothespin-shaped instrument that can be clamped around a live wire in order to measure the current it's carrying. As a measurement principle, clamp meters detect the magnetic field emitted by current flowing in a wire in order to measure the current value.

    Q3: How to use a clamp ammeter?
    A3: When using a clamp ammeter to detect the current, be sure to clamp a measured wire (wire). If two (parallel wires) are clamped, the current cannot be detected. In addition, when the center (core) of the clamp ammeter is used for detection, the detection error is small. When checking the power consumption of home appliances, it is more convenient to use a line splitter. Some line splitters can amplify the detection current by 10 times, so the current below 1A can be amplified before detection. Use a DC clamp ammeter to detect the DC current (DCA), if the current flows in the opposite direction, it will display a negative number. This function can be used to detect whether the car's battery is in a charging state or a discharging state.

    Tips: What causes leakage current to happen?

    Insulation has both electrical resistance and capacitance - and it conducts current through both paths. Given the high resistance of insulation, the very little current should actually leak. But if the insulation is old or damaged, the resistance is lower and substantial current may flow. Additionally, longer conductors have a higher capacitance, causing more leakage current. That's why GFCI breaker manufacturers recommend one-way feeder length be limited to 250 feet, maximum. Electronic equipment, meanwhile, contains filters designed to protect against voltage surges and other disruptions. These filters typically have capacitors on the input, which adds to the overall capacitance of the wiring system and the overall level of leakage current.

    Warranty

    Thank you for buying industrial test and measurement equipment on sisco.com, all products sold by sisco and the partner cover a 12 months warranty, effective from the date of receiving the products.


    What is covered?

    sisco is responsible for providing free spare parts, and free technical support to assist the customer to repair the defective products until the problem is solved.


    What is not covered?

    • Product purchased from anyone other than a sisco store or a sisco authorized reseller.
    • Expendable parts.
    • Routine cleaning or normal cosmetic and mechanical wear.
    • Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect.
    • Damage from use of parts other than sisco approved.
    • Damage from use outside the product’s usage or storage parameters.
    • Damage from use of parts not sold by sisco.
    • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
    • Damage from repair or replacement of warranted parts by a service provider other than a sisco authorized service provider.
    • Damage caused by the application environment not meeting the product usage requirements and the failure to perform preventive maintenance.
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