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FLK-A3001 FC - 

Ammeter, AC Current, Clamp, 0A to 2.5kA, True RMS

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Manufacturer:
FLUKE FLUKE
Manufacturer Part No:
FLK-A3001 FC
Newark Part No.:
47X3308
Product Range
Fluke Connect 3000 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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AC Current
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Clamp
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0A to 2.5kA
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True RMS
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3-1/2
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Fluke Connect 3000 Series
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Product Overview

The FLK-A3001 FC is a Wireless iFlex AC Current Module, it is a fully functional true-RMS current meter that wirelessly relays measurements to other Fluke Connect™ enabled master units such as Fluke 3000 FC DMM, Fluke Ti200/300/400 thermal camera, PC via optional PC3000 FC adapter and Fluke Connect Mobile app. The iFlex® wireless current module allows you to measure around awkward sized conductors or get into tight spaces and makes wire access easier.
  • Measures up to 2500A AC
  • Used as a standalone meter or as part of the system
  • Logging function for recording and saving up to 65,000 readings
  • Inrush function
  • Magnetic hanging strap
  • -10 to 50°C Operating temperature range
  • IP42 Protection rating

Applications

Test & Measurement

Contents

True-RMS flexible current meter, iFlex i2500-10 Flexible current probe.

Warnings

Not compatible with Fluke CNX test tools.

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