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AEMC 565 TRMS Leakage Current Meter and Probe, 100A Range

5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name AEMC
Part Number 2117.56
UPC 685338110166
Display LCD
EAN 0685338110166
Number of Items 1
Overall Length 2-1/2  inches
Overall Width 1-11/64  inches
Temperature Range 32/104  Degrees Fahrenheit
UNSPSC Code 41111905

Product Features

  • Check for leakage and locate insulation breakdowns on live circuits
  • Measures leakage current up to 600mA with up to 10 microampere resolution
  • Measures current up to 100A
  • Measures up to 600Vac/dc
  • Measures Hz on either V or A inputs

Product Description

The TRMS clamp-on leakage current meter model 565 is designed to measure low AC currents, which are typically leakage currents in ground conductors. Low currents are measured using either 60mA or the 600mA range. The high sensitivity of the probe (10 microampere and 100 microampere) is possible through special jaw construction and, in particular, critical shielding of the jaws. At low measurement levels, this shielding out of the noise is critical for low sensitivity, accuracy and stability. The Model 565 may be used as a standard clamp-on meter measuring to 100A RMS, as well as AC volts and DC volts, resistance and continuity (with a buzzer). Clamp-on leakage current meter is ergonomic in design and fits well in the hand, facilitating one hand operation. The jaw size is compact yet designed to accommodate the most common conductors up to 1" in diameter. Measures 8-1/2" length by 2-1/2" width by 1-11/64" height. Operating temperature range: 32 to 104 degree F. Storage temperature range: 14 to 140 degree F.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B008S0JJSS
  • Item model number: 565
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,750 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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By S. Hansen on April 22, 2016
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This meter is sturdy and durable. The shield around the clamp is more robust than I expected. As a regular multi-meter, it works well. As a clamp-on amp meter, it works well. As a clamp-on milliamp meter, it works very well. It detects current leakage well below the level that is needed to trip ground-fault outlets and breakers, so it can be used to figure out which branch of a circuit is causing the trip. It is influenced by nearby electric fields, but not badly or very much. For half the price of a Fluke, it serves my purposes just as well.

The only thing I don't particularly like is the soft vinyl case. It is of good quality, but it is a soft case. I would prefer a little more protection, for when the thing gets tossed into a tool bag.
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A microcurrent clamp meter at a reasonable price is hard to find. This is the exception. With bandwidth limited to 50/60 Hz, it will self-zero every time. On wide bandwidth is registers about 4 microamps. Wonderful tool to measure leakage current on AC lines. And of course for measuring power consumption of smaller devices. With a X10 power line splitter, you can measure very tiny currents.

The one thing I don't like is the super stiff knob. While you can turn it with one hand/thumb, it is pretty hard.

This is my second unit by the way (need them in different places). Couldn't find anything that remotely outperforms it in this price range.

FYI, this is hard to find on Amazon for some reason. The link I used for the first order says the product is no longer available, yet here it is in this link.
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