Fluke i2500-18Flexible Current Probes

Product Id : 3659

11,250.00

Fluke iFlex Flexible Current Probe is used to expand the measurement range of the selected Fluke meters to 2500 A AC, providing accurate measurement with flexibility. These Flexible Fluke Current Probe connect directly to the meter, displaying current measurements without any error-prone scaling factors.

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Product Description

Fluke i2500-18 iFlex® Flexible Current Probes 1.8 m (6 ft) cord allows separation between the measurement location and the clamp meter making it easier for the users to view the data on the display. The large loop size and thin cross-section allow the measurement of unevenly sized conductors and improved wire access in crowded spaces. Available in 25 cm (10 in) and 45 cm (18 in) sizes.

Features of Fluke Flexible Current Probes:

  • CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V safety rating
  • 7.5 mm coil diameter allows measurement in tight spaces
  • Ergonomic design allows easy operation with one hand
  • 1.8 m (6 ft) cable
  • Three-year warranty

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
Manufacturer Fluke
Model No i2500-18
Measuring Parameters AC Current, Frequency
AC Current 2500 A
Accuracy 3 % ± 5 digits
Resolution 0.1 A
Frequency 500 Hz
Accuracy_1 0.5 % ± 5 digits
Resolution_1 0.1 Hz
External Magnetic Field Rejection 40 dB
Safety CAT III 1000 V, CAT IV 600 V
Loop Size Available in 25 cm and 45 cm
Warranty 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty

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