Brand: Fluke Industrial
Milliamp Process Clamp Meter
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Manufacturer Fluke Industrial
Art.nr FLU-3362352


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Fluke 772 Milliamp Clamp Meter measures; sources; and simulates 4-20 mA signals for testing control system I/O or IPs The Fluke 772 adds to the basic capabilities of the Fluke 771 to save more time and expand its applications. With the 771; you'll also be able to: source and simulate 4-20 mA signals for testing control system I/O; measure 4-20 mA signals with in-circuit measurement; power a transmitter with the 24 V loop power supply; and automatically ramp and step change the 4-20 mA output for remote testing. You'll be able to test 4–20 mA signals five times faster than with traditional DMMs; and without breaking the loop. That means you can troubleshoot a live device without having to power down; which can save you time; and help you avoid possibly missing something going on in the process. Other useful features: Simulates 4-20 mA signals for testing control system I/O Sources 4 to 20 mA signals for testing control system I/O or I/Ps Measures 4 to 20 mA signals with in-circuit measurement Includes simultaneous mA in-circuit measurement with 24V loop power for powering and testing transmitters Features a detachable clamp with extension cable for measurements in tight locations Captures and displays changing measurements with Hold function Offers mA output linear ramp or 25% step output Extends battery life with auto-off and backlight timeout Dual backlit display with both mA measurement and percent of 4 to 20 mA span Measurement Spotlight to illuminate hard to see wires in dark enclosures Measures 10 to 50 mA signals in older control systems using the 99.9 mA range Automatically changes the 4 to 20 mA output for remote testing