275 Clamp-On Tester with True RMS Digital Multimeter and 11,000 Count Display
TPI offers a full line of digital clamp-on meters for electrical, commercial, HVAC/R, industrial and process control applications.
• True RMS
• 11,000 count display
• Up to 400 amps AC/DC
• Auto & Manual Ranging
• Data Hold
• Low Battery Indicator
• Over Range Indication (“OL”)
• Peak Hold
• Relative Mode
• Hi Voltage Indicator(>30V AC/DC)
• Non-contact voltage detection
• Auto Power Off after 30 minutes
• Separate Battery Compartment
• Low Ohm Range (110V)
• Amps AC Resolution: 0.01A
• VDC/VAC Resolution: 0.01mV
• DCìA measurement (0.01mA resolution)
• Temperature measurement
The slim design 275 is a hand-held, autoranging clamp-on DMM. Extra large numerals, min/max, capacitance, DC microamps and duty cycle are just a few of the features of the 275. An affordable choice, the 275 offers measurements in all basic electrical functions with additional advanced features like non-contact voltage.
The 275 comes complete with the following accessories:
• Carrying Pouch
• Test Lead Set
• Temperature Probe
• Instruction Manual
• Battery & Fuse
Perform the following tests and/or measurements with the 275 and the appropriate function:
DCmV • Thermocouples in furnaces.
ACA • Heat anticipator current in thermostats.
ACV • Line voltage.
ACV or DCV • Control circuit voltage.
OHMS • Compressor winding resistance.
OHMS • Continuity of wiring.
CAP • Motor start and run capacitors.
ACA • Motor and compressor start up current.
Hz • Frequency on controls and line voltage.
TEMP • Air duct temperatures
ALL • Bar graph to indicate rapid fluctuations
ACV • Measure line voltage.
ACA • Measure line current.
OHMS • Continuity of circuit breakers.
DCV • Voltage of direct drive DC motors.
ACA • Start up current of motors, relays, contactors and transformers.
ACV • Measure power supply voltage.
ACA • Measure power supply current.
OHMS • Continuity of circuit breakers and fuses.
Model 275 Applications
Measure flame safety control current
Test start and run capacitors and motors
Measure motor run current and capture
peak motor start up amperage
Measure heat anticipator current
Determine thermocouple voltage
Test line and control voltages
Measure heating element resistance
Measure air temperature in ducts
Test for the presence of voltage in
circuits without contacting the circuit
Measure temperature differential using