Southwire Clamp Meters
Voltage, current and resistance tests are everyday tasks for trade professionals or do-it-yourselfers who work with electrical systems. Southwire™ clamp meters handle a variety of testing tasks. They have clearly labeled controls that let you configure tests quickly and display results on LCD screens that are easy to read. Like all Southwire testers, they come with a 2-year limited warranty.
Originally, electricians used clamp meters to detect voltage and current in AC and DC circuits, and you can use Southwire digital clamp meters to perform these essential tests. You can also measure frequency, capacitance and resistance or test diodes. Units with True RMS capabilities measure AC voltage and current accurately in circuits subject to DC distortion. Most Southwire electrical clamp meters also have noncontact detectors that locate live power sources without exposing you to shock hazards. Some models have temperature sensors that help you identify failing electrical components. Use Southwire clamp meters in combination with Southwire multimeters and handle almost any electrical testing task.
Safety is a critical concern for anyone who works with electrical systems. Southwire electrical clamp meters are UL listed and have voltage safety ratings that indicate their intended uses. Rugged double-molded shells protect delicate components from impacts, falls and other jobsite hazards. They also provide a nonslip gripping surface.
Select Southwire digital clamp meters support Bluetooth® connections. Link one of these devices to your smartphone using the Southwire MApp™ mobile application and use it to take readings remotely, record test results and share them with co-workers via email.
Southwire electrical clamp meters perform a broad range of electrical tests and show measurements clearly on LCD screens. They include the accessories you need to get to work right away and feature durable materials that stand up to challenging workplace conditions. Explore our selection of Southwire test and measurement solutions and be prepared for your next electrical installation or repair job.