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Fluke adds flexible probes and clamp meters

The iFlex flexible current probes from Fluke Corp. expand the measurement range of select Fluke meters to 2500 A ac and improve technicians measurement flexibility.

The size of the coil is designed to allow users to reach around large or awkward-shaped conductors up to 6 inches in diameter, while the  0.3-inch profile allows the coil to reach between tightly-packed cables and improves access in crowded spaces. A 6-foot cord eases the viewing of readings at a distance from the conductor.

The iFlex probes connect directly to the meter, displaying current measurements without error-prone scaling factors. In addition to ac current measurement, they also work with frequency, inrush, and min/max/avg functions. The iFlex current probes are available in 10 in and 18 in sizes.

The iFlex current probe i2500-18 is included with the Fluke 381 and Fluke 376 clamp meters. Both iFlex models are compatible with Fluke 375 and Fluke 374 Clamp Meters.

The Fluke 381 is a full-featured clamp meter  which enable users to remove the detachable wireless display

The Fluke 376 clamp meter measures current up to 2500 A ac and 1000 A dc and can troubleshoot even the noisiest motors and drives.  

The Fluke 374 and 375 clamp meters provide true-rms ac voltage and current measurements and can read up to 600 V and 600 A in both ac and dc modes and handle min/max, average and inrush recording.

The Fluke 373 clamp meter is for users requiring ac only current measurement. It is rated CAT IV 300V, CAT III 600V. Category IV environments include overhead power lines, underground power lines and service entrance power, as well as all outdoor environments.

The Fluke 381, 376, 375, 374 and iFlex current probes are rated for safe use in hazard category IV (CAT IV) 600V environments (CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V) as defined by safety regulators in the US, Canada and Europe.

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