Manufactured with narrow, flexible coil clamps, the new products allow electricians to take accurate measurements in tight spots, difficult to access with a traditional hard-jaw clamp meter.
The CM55/57 Flexible Clamp Meters and TA72/74 Universal Flex Current Probe Accessories are designed to manoeuvre around obstacles to achieve accruate measurements, adding up to 3000A AC current for multiple conductor measurements.
Both products are available in 10 flexible coil lengths or 18 coil lengths, the latter for larger and multiple conductor measurements, double-wrap requirements, and deeper acess.
The tools are designed to be portable and lightweight, and also provide bright, dueal LED work lights for illumination when taking readings in dimly lit locations.
Rickard Lindvall, Vice President and GM of FLIR’s Instruments segment, stated: FLIR’s new flexible clamp meters were designed to add safety and convenience to electrical inspections, making it easier to take measurements around multiple conductors, crowded panels, tight switch gears, large bus bars, and wire bundles.
Those who already own a clamp meter but want the same flexibility of the CM55 or CM57 can pair most DMMs and clamp meters with a TA72 or TA74 probe accessory for easy inspection and navigation.
The CM 55/57 clamp meters feature Bluetooth wireless access for remote viewing and data transfer to iOS and Android devices via the FLIR Tools mobile app. Users can also connect multiple units wirelessly for remote viewing of multiphase systems.
The TA72 and TA74 probe accessories are equipped with a standard banana slug and voltage signal output, making them compatible with DMMs and clamp meters of any brand.
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