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Fluke 376 True-rms AC/DC Clamp Meter with iFlex

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The Fluke 376 True-rms AC/DC Clamp Meter with iFlex™ is the ideal tool for a wide range of current measurement applications. The True-rms ac voltage and current measurements allow the Fluke 376 to read up to 1000 V and 1000 A in both ac and dc modes. The new, innovative iFlex™ flexible current probe expands the instruments measurement range to 2500 A ac thus providing greater display flexibility, the ability to measure around inconveniently sized conductors and improved wire access.

Measurement Capabilities

  • 1000 A ac and dc current measurement with fixed jaw
  • 2500 A ac current measurement with iFlex™ flexible current probe
  • 1000 V ac and dc voltage measurement
  • True-rms ac voltage and current for accurate measurements on non-linear signals
  • Frequency measurement to 500 Hz with both jaw and iFlex™
  • 60 kΩ resistance measurement with continuity detection
  • Min, max, average and inrush recording to capture variations automatically
  • 500 mV dc measurement range to interface with other accessories
  • 1000 μF capacitance measurement


  • CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V safety rating Integrated low pass filter and state of the art signal processing allows for use in noisy electrical environments while providing stable readings
  • Propriety inrush measurement technology to filter out noise and capture motor starting current exactly as the circuit protection sees it
  • Ergonomic design – the instrument fits in your hand and can be used while wearing personal protective equipment
  • Large, easy to read, backlit display that automatically sets the correct measurement range meaning the user doesn’t have to change switch positions whilst taking a measurement

Package Includes

  • Clamp meter
  • 18-inch iFlex™ probe
  • Test leads
  • Soft carry case
  • User guide