This item is a reat condition Fluke 353 True RMS AC/DC Clamp Meter 2000A 600V CATIV. Includes soft Fluke case, original User Manual, shoulder strap, traceable certificate of calibration, and 90 day warranty. Calibrated to NIST standards on October 10, 2019. All pictures are of the actual unit.
This item comes with a 3 Month (90 day) warranty. All functions are guaranteed to work or money will be refunded.
This item includes a 1 year NIST traceable CERTIFICATE of Calibration dated October 10, 2019.
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Fluke 353 AC/DC True RMS Clamp Meter 2000A 600V - NIST Calibrated with Warranty
- Reliably handle a wide range of high-current applications with 2000 A AC + DC true-rms, 1400 A ac, and 2000 A DC
- The large 58 mm (2.3 in) jaw capacity is suitable for large or multiple conductors
- CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V rating for added user protection
- In-rush current measurement captures ‘power-on’ surge current with accuracy and repeatability
- Accurately measure frequency up to 1 kHz for optimum troubleshooting
- Quickly analyze readings using the MIN, MAX, and AVG functions
- A large backlit display allows for easy visibility in low-lit areas
- Use the display hold feature to capture readings even when the display cannot be viewed
- Use the low-pass filter to smooth out noisy loads and stabilize readings