Amprobe AC50A AC Leakage Clamp Meter

  • AC current measurement to 60 A
  • Leakage current measurement with resolution of 0.01 mA
  • AC voltage to 400 V
  • Resistance measurement and continuity beeper
  • Min/max control to see largest or smallest values in a series of measurements
  • Relative value measurement to determine differentials
  • Data hold to freeze measurement value on the display
  • Digital display with analog bargraph
  • Jaw opening 1.2″
  • Auto-power off to save battery life
  • Minimum resolution 0.01 mA

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Product Highlights

The Amprobe AC50A Clamp Multimeter with leakage current capability measures low AC current in the microamps. Great for applications requiring measurement of leakage and fault currents.

Specifications

FEATURE AC50A
AC Voltage 400.0 V
AC Current 40.00 mA, 400.0 mA, 4.000 A, 40.00 A, 60.0 A
DC Current
Resistance 400 O
Continuity
Accommodates conductors up to 1.2 (30 mm) in diameter
Specifications
Display 3-3/4, LCD incl. functions and symbols
Bargraph 40 segments
Range selection manual
Auto-power off approx. 30 min.
Overload display the left digit is blinking
Measuring rate 20 measurements/sec. (Bargraph), 2 measurements/sec. (LCD)
Clamp opening 1.2″ (30 mm)
Overvoltage category CAT II 600 V, CAT III 300 V
Pollution degree 2
Height above MSL up to 2000 m, indoor operation
Battery display at low battery
Power supply Battery 2 x 1,5 V IEC LR6 (alkaline)
Current consumption approx. 10 mA
Operation temperature -10 °C … 50 °C (14 ° F… 122 °F)
Storage temperature -20 °C … 60 °C (-4 ° F… 140 °F)
Humidity < 75 % relative humidity

 

What’s Included

  • AC50A
  • Batteries
  • Carrying case
  • Test leads

Resources

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2 reviews for Amprobe AC50A AC Leakage Clamp Meter

  1. Zapman

    Cost effective tool to measure leakage current; great for GFCIs

    The Amprobe AC50A is sensitive enough to measure the hot minus neutral current difference directly as well as the actual ground current. I was able to separate power leakage from ground loop current in a digital A-V studio environment, and trace the actual leaking devices that were causing a hard GFCI trip.

    ✔ Yes, I recommend this product.

  2. Mark59

    Extremely useful and easy to use

    We have used this meter at multiple installations for field bus distributed I/O. The meter helped to determine leakage current and the source, which could cause communication problems and nuisance tripping. The meter is very useful in trouble shooting problems at new installations and existing issues, out in the field.

    ✔ Yes, I recommend this product.

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