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Wireless AC current meter offers measurement at a safe distance

26 February 2013

Fluke has introduced an AC current meter with a flexible measuring loop that can be used to take and store individual readings, and to wirelessly log readings on a PC using an optional PC adapter.

It is said to be suitable for industrial maintenance technicians, electricians, control technicians and facilities maintenance technicians who can use it as one unit in a wireless Fluke CNX 3000 measurement system, sending readings for display on a master device at distances of up to 20m.

The Fluke CNX system allows users to place modules in hazardous or awkward places and then watch and record the readings from a safe distance.

The Fluke CNX i3000 iFlex AC wireless current module is said to be a true-RMS current meter with a back-lit LCD display. The flexible measurement loop enables readings of up to 2500A around awkward sized conductors and makes wire access easier. The iFlex module can store up to 65,000 sets of min/max/avg readings and has a CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V safety rating.

The CNC i3000 iFlex can also be used as part of a Fluke CNX Wireless System, to wirelessly relay measurements to a CAT III 1000V / CAT IV 600V safety-rated Fluke CNX 3000 wireless multimeter.


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