AEMC 514 2117.70 General Purpose Clamp-On Meter

AEMC 514 2117.70 General Purpose Clamp-On Meter

Your Price: $189.00
Part Number:4795

AEMC 514 General Purpose Clamp-On Meter

The AEMC 514 General Purpose Clamp-On Meter has an updated operating temperature specification of -14 degrees to 122 degrees Fahrenheit (-25 to 50 degrees Celcius), 80 percent RH, non-condensing.

The 514 is a general purpose professional clamp-on meter, which measures up to the toughest standards. It has a rugged mechanical case and is comprised of quality polycarbonate materials. The meter offers a complete set of measurement ranges, and is compliant with international safety and quality standards to ensure a reliable and professional measuring tool. The unit is auto-ranging, and provides excellent measurement range and resolution for troubleshooting (high resolution 40A range).

 

The 514 measures AC Volts, AC Amps, DC Volts, Ohms, Continuity (with beeper), Frequency (from V or A) and offers a Diode Test function. The unit also uses Hall sensor technology, which provides both AC and DC current measurements to 1000A.

 

The meter is sized for a one-handed, comfortable operation. The 514 is True RMS sensing responding to distorted signal electrical systems. The jaw opening for the 514 is 1.575 inches (40 millimeters).


Features 

  • Standard size, full function clamp-on meter
  • 1000AAC/DC current measurements
  • 750VAC/1000VDC volt measurements
  • TRMS measurements
  • Resistance measurement to 4000Ω
  • Continuity with beeper below 40Ω
  • Frequency measurements from V and A
  • Diode test
  • 1ms Peak function for fast capture of signals
  • Hold function to "freeze" readings
  • Push-button for easy ADC zeroing
  • Large easy-to-read 4000-count display
  • 42-segment analog bargraph
  • Includes test leads and soft carrying case

Applications

  • Commercial, industrial, residential and HVAC troubleshooting
  • Power panel, junction box and battery bank monitoring
  • AC or DC motor testing
  • Power plant troubleshooting
  • Electrical testing and troubleshooting on non-linear loads, such as adjustable speed drives and computers