Measuring AC/ DC currents with a resolution of 0.1 mA!
- ideal for troubleshooting in electrical installations, control systems, appliances and automotive electrical systems
- precise measurements of low AC/DC currents with highest resolution of 0.1 mA
- precise due to TRUE RMS measuring method
- compact dimensions with a clamp opening of 23 mm
- measurements of leakage currents and differential currents
- measurements of process signals from 4 mA to 20 mA without interruption of the current loop
- measurement of stand-by current on automotive batteries for testing with regard to battery discharge due to leakage
- precise measurements of load currents of up to 20 A AC / 10 A DC
- highest measurement method CAT IV 300 V allows measurements directly at the source of low voltage installation
- LC display and background light
- compact protective case included
Industrial environments requires TRUE RMS measuring instruments!
Non-linear loads arising e.g. from motor drives with adjustable speed, frequency converters or mains supply units for office equipment and LED lamps generate a reactive power in the mains. As a result, multimeters and current clamps working with the so-called averaging measuring method („RMS”) will display the measured values with reduced accuracy.
In many cases and particularly in industrial environments, it is therefore absolutely necessary to use state-of-the-art „TRUE RMS” measuring instruments. The „TRUE RMS” measuring method indicates the actual effective value of an alternating current correctly – irrespective of whether the signal waveform of the current is sinusoidal or distorted.
|BENNING CM 11|
|voltage AC||0.01 V – 600 V|
|voltage DC||0.01 V – 600 V|
|current DC||0.1 mA – 10 A|
|measuring ranges||300.0 mA/ 3.000 A/ 10.00 A|
|current AC||0.1 mA – 20 A|
|measuring ranges||300.0 mA/ 3.000 A/ 20.00 A|
|resistance||0.1 Ω – 600 kΩ|
|memory||HOLD, MIN/ MAX, ZERO|
|measuring method||TRUE RMS|
|max. clamp opening||23 mm|
|dimensions (l x w x h)||206 x 76 x 33 mm|
|measuring category||CAT IV 300 V|