The Fluke 376 Clamp Meter offers improved performance perfect for a wide range of current measurement situations. With true-rms voltage and current measurements, the Fluke 376 can read up to 1000 V
The Fluke 376 Clamp Meter offers improved performance perfect for a wide range of current measurement situations. With true-rms voltage and current measurements, the Fluke 376 can read up to 1000 V and 1000 A in both ac and dc modes.
1. Fluke 376 True-rms AC/DC
Clamp Meter with iFlex™
- By Fluke India
• Fluke 376 Clamp Meter is 1000A AC/DC Clamp meter
• It offers improved performance perfect for a wide range of
current measurement situations.
• With True-RMS measurements, the Fluke 376 can read up to
1000 A and 1000 V in both AC and DC systems.
• Current measurement in high power, high current switchboards up
to 2500AC or 1000A DC
• High capacity Ac/DC motors and other industrial loads
• True-RMA measurements on non-linear signals like thyristors,
semi-conductors, UPS, rectifiers etc.
• Measure current around bus bars and other high size cable using
iFlex Flexible CT where conventional Clamp cannot measure.
• Inrush current measurement on loads i.e motors or lighting circuits
4. Features & Benefits
• As per IEC 61010 part 2, CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V
• iFlex flexible current probe expands the measurement range to
2500 A ac
• True-RMA ac voltage and current for accurate measurements on
• Min, max, average and inrush
recording to capture variations
5. Features & Benefits
• Integrated low pass filter and state of the
art signal processing allows for use in
noisy electrical environments while
providing stable readings
• Proprietary inrush measurement
technology to filter out noise and capture
motor starting current exactly as the
circuit protection sees it
• Ergonomic design fits in your hand and
can be used while wearing protective
6. Features & Benefits
• Large, easy to read backlight display automatically sets the correct
measurement range so you do not need to change the switch
positions while taking a measurement
• Three-year warranty
• Soft carrying case
“RMS” stands for root-mean-square. It comes from a mathematical
formula that calculates the “effective” value (or heating value) of any
ac wave shape. Electrical power system components such as fuses, bus bars,
conductors, and thermal elements of circuit breakers are rated in rms current
because their main limitation has to do with heat dissipation. If we want to
check an electrical circuit for overloading, we need to measure the rms current
and compare the measured value to the rated value for the component in
If a current clamp is labeled and specified to respond to the true-rms value of
current, it means that the clamp’s internal circuit calculates the heating value
according to the rms formula. This method will give the correct heating value
regardless of the current wave shape.
Certain current clamps, which don’t have true-rms circuitry, use a short cut
method to find the rms value. These meters are specified to be “average
responding/rms indicating.” These meters capture the rectified average of
an ac waveform and scale the number by 1.1 to calculate the rms value. In
other words, the value they display is not a true value, but rather is a
calculated value based on an assumption about the wave shape. The average
responding method works for pure sine waves but can lead to large reading
errors up to 40 percent, when a waveform is distorted by nonlinear loads
such as adjustable speed drives or computers.
Make sure your customers are buying True-RMS clamps for their troubleshooting needs!
Why be Average?
9. Technical Specifications
10. Models and Accessories
11. Models and Accessories
12. • Company Name : Fluke Corporation - India
• Website: http://www.fluke.com/fluke/inen/products/clamp-meters.htm
• Address: Deodhar Center
424, Marol Maroshi Road
Mumbai - 400059
• Contact Number: 1 800 209 9110