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Fluke's top of the line AC/DC Clamp Meter

The Fluke 337 TRMS AC/DC Clamp Meter provides you the ability to work quickly and easily in narrow and dark locations, and makes it possible to keep track of your measurements for further analysis.

The Fluke 337 Clamp Meter offers a design that is compact and lightweight, and functionality that allows you to take measurements that are more precise and features a large display that is backlit so readings can be taken in virtually any lighting situation. Auto-shut-off maximizes battery life so the meter works when you need it.
 

This Fluke 337 TRMS AC/DC Clamp Meter measures AC/DC Current Range up to 1000A and AC/DC Volt Range up to 600V. It also measures continuity and frequency.

The following is a list of other models and their features, just click on the one that you want:

Fluke 333 - Rugged reliability at a basic price, measures ac amps (400A), ac/dc volts (600V) and ohms
Fluke 334 - Large display with backlight, measures ac amps (600A), ac/dc volts (600V), ohms and motor start-up current
Fluke 335 - A True-rms clamp meter, large backlit display, measures ac amps (600A), ac/dc volts (600V), ohms and motor start-up current
Fluke 336 - A True-rms clamp meter that measures ac/dc current (600A) and voltage (600V), ohms, motor start-up current with large display
 

What's Included?

  • Coated instruction card

  • Safety information sheet

  • Soft carrying case

  • Fluke TL75 test leads

  • Two AA Alkaline batteries

More Information

Download PDF brochureSee the Fluke 337 Brochure
 

 

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