Fluke
i3000s Flex-24 AC Flexible Current Clamp (3000 A) 610 mm


The Fluke i3000s Flex-24 AC Flexible Current Clamp (3000 A) has a head circumference of 610 mm. With the accuracy at +25 °C ± 1 % of range (45 Hz to 65 Hz) and a load impedance of100 kO minimum.

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i3000s flex-24

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The i3000s Flex is an AC current clamp utilizing the Rogowski principle. It can be used to measure currents up to 3000 A when used in conjunction with oscilloscopes, recorders or data loggers. The flexible and lightweight measuring head allows quick and easy installation in hard to reach areas.

  • Three ranges: 30 A, 300 A & 3000 A, 1, 10 or 100 mV/A output
  • Ideal for current measurement on thick and hard to reach conductors without breaking the circuit
  • Maximum conductor diameter 178 mm (7 in.)
  • CAT III 600V safety rating 

 

Technical Specification for: Fluke i3000s Flex-24 AC Flexible Current Clamp (3000 A) 610 mm

General Specifications
Continuous current range 1 A - 30 A & 1 A - 300 A & 1 A - 3000 A
Frequency range 10 Hz - 100 kHz
Output Sensitivity 10 mv/A & 1 mv/A & 0.1 mv/A
Accuracy 2% + 2 A
Nominal current range 30 A & 300 A & 3000 A
Maximum Non-Destructive Current 4000A
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