DCL3000R | True RMS AC Clamp Meter with Flexible Conductor

SanwaSKU: DCL3000R

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Description

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The Sanwa DCL3000R is a flexible clamp meter with True RMS capability.

The DCL3000R has a unique design as it features a flexible conductor sensor that can be detached and looped around a wire or a conductor. The device is great for measuring currents across conductors in narrow spaces where a traditional clamp-meter might be difficult to use. This instrument is a True RMS AC clamp meter designed in compliance with IEC61010-1 CAT.IV 600V. It is suitable for measuring the current of electrical lines, and appliance power supply facilities operating on low voltages of no more than 600V. The device can measure a current of up to 3000 Amperes with accuracy of ± (3%+5) and has a maximum overload protection input of 5000 Amperes.

The instrument features a 3150-count large display with backlight. It also features Data Hold, and Range Hold features along with Max/Min value hold feature. The DCL3000R consumes 20mW of power and also features an Auto-power save feature that turns off the device after 15 mins of no operation.

Meter includes flexible conductor, carrying case and instruction manual.

  • AC current measurable max. 3000A
  • Maximum overload protection input AC 5000A
  • 3150 Count Display with Backlight
  • True RMS
  • Accuracy: ± (3%+5)
  • Large LCD with Backlight
  • Data hold
  • Range hold
  • Max/Min value hold
  • Auto power save (15min.) (non-cancelable)

Specifications

Function Range
Accuracy Resolution
ACA 30/300/3000A ±(3.0%+5) 0.01A
Sampling rate Approx. 2 times/sec.
Bandwidth 45-500Hz
Display 3150
Clamp diameter/Conductor size Approx. Φ150mm max.
Max. overload protection input AC5000A
Battery LR03×2
Battery life Approx. 130 hrs.
(Alkaline battery / Backlight off)
Size/Mass H120×W70×D26mm (exc CT) / approx. 300g
Cable length Approx. 1.8m
Safety standards IEC61010 CAT.Ⅳ 600V

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