AEMC CM605 100A AC/DC Low Current Clamp-On Meter
Multifunction clamp-on meter for AC/DC voltage, current, and resistance measurement
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- 0.001 to 10A, 10mA to 100A
- 10,000-count LCD display excellent resolution
- 100A AC/DC ammeter with low
- 10A range (1mA resolution)
- Tapered jaws for crowded wiring areas (Ø.45" to 12mm jaw opening)
- 600V AC/DC voltmeter
- Analog output in A AC/DC
- Auto-tanging & Adc zero push-button
- Data HOLD & PEAK functions
- Relative function to compare two measurements
- Ohm range & continuity test with beeper
- AUTO-OFF and low battery indicator
- IEC/EN 61010 safety rated & CE Mark
- 600Vrms overload protection
The AEMC CM605 100A AC/DC low current clamp-on meter is an ideal choice for both process and general industrial markets. It is also the perfect instrument for measuring 4 to 20mA process signals and higher currents (up to 100A) associated with general industrial monitoring and troubleshooting.
The CM605 is a versatile device that is capable of measuring both AC/DC voltages, up to 600V, and AC/DC current. It can also measure resistance up to 10kΩ and includes a continuity buzzer to assist in circuit verification. The meter can also hold the last reading in the display and capture the peak value at the time of the measurement.
AEMC CM605 100A AC/DC Low Current Clamp-on Meter Applications
- Process loop monitoring
- Automotive electrical troubleshooting
- Industrial plant maintenance
- General AC and DC voltage and current monitoring
- Continuity checking
AEMC CM605 100A AC/DC Low Current Clamp-On Meter Includes
- Test Leads
- Soft carrying case
- 2 1.5V AAA
- User manual
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Car Battery Leakage
The Background: Our customer was concerned that something was drawing current from his car battery causing it to lose its charge and leaving it without enough power to start the car. He is seeking a means of locating the draw.
The Problem: The current draw is very small so the customer needs a meter capable of detecting these low current levels. Additionally, he doesn’t want to have to cut into wires or to spend a lot of money.
The Solution: We recommended the AEMC CM605, a low current clamp-on multimeter that can detect current as low as 10mA. This is a cost-effective option that can help the customer find the draw without having to expose any of the wires.
We have not yet heard back from the customer to see if he has located the problem.