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ACM-1010 Clamp Meter


Diameter of coverage is 42mm/1.7in. LCD display 1999 digits. Base accuracy 1%. Measurements: DC voltage up to 1000V, AC voltage up to 750V, AC current up to 20/200/1000A; Resistance up to 200Ω/2kΩ. Temperature -40°C…750°C. Audible continuity test, manual range selection, Data hold button, Backlighting.

Clamp meters AKTAKOM ACM-1010 are designed for non-contact alternate current measurement as well as AC/DC voltage, resistance and other measurements include temperature.

Features

  • Audible continuity test
  • Manual range selection
  • Data hold button
  • Backligt LCD display

Specifications

FunctionRanges Basic Accuracy
Voltage DC 1000V ±(1.0%+2d)
Voltage AC 750V ±(1.2%+5d)
Current AC 20/200/1000A ±(2.0%+5d)
Resistance 200Ω/2kΩ±(1.0%+3d)
Temperature -40°C…750°C ±(1.0%+3d)

General specifications

  • Diameter of coverage: 42mm/1.7in
  • Display: LCD 1999 counts
  • Supply: 3x1.5V (AAA)

Accessories

  • Test leads
  • Temperature probe
  • User manual

Controls of ACM-1010 Clamp Meter

Controls of ACM-1010 Clamp Meter

Resistance Measurement

  1. Connect the red test lead to "V/Ω" jack and black test lead to the "COM" jack (The polarity of red lead is positive "+").
  2. Set the rotary switch at desired "Ω" range position.
  3. Connect test leads across the resistor to be measured and read LCD display.
  4. If the resistance being measured is connected to a circuit, turn off power and discharge all capacitors before applying test probes.
NOTE:
  • If the resistance being measured exceeds the maximum value of the range selected or the input is not connected, an overrange indication "1" will be displayed.
  • When checking in-circuit resistance, be sure the circuit under test has all power removed and that all capacitors have been discharged fully.

Resistance Measurement

Continuity test

  1. Connect red test lead to "V/Ω" jack, black test lead to "COM" jack.
  2. Set range switch to "" position.
  3. Connect test leads to two points of circuit to be tested. If continuity exists, built-in buzzer will sound.

Continuity Test

Temperature Measurement

  1. Set the rotary switch at 750 °C position.
  2. Connect the red lead of “K” type thermocouple into the "V/Ω" jack and the black lead of "K" type thermocouple into the "COM" jack. The LCD display will show the current environment temperature.
  3. Contacting the object be measured with the thermocouple probe.
  4. Read temperature value on the LCD display.

Temperature measurement

DC Voltage Measurement

  1. Connect the red test lead to the "V/Ω" jack and the black lead to the "COM" jack.
  2. Set rotary switch at desired 1000V DC symbol position.
  3. Connect test leads across the source or load being measured.
  4. Read voltage value on the LCD display along with the polarity of the red lead connection.

DDC Voltage Measurement

AC Voltage Measurement

  1. Connect the red test lead to the "V/Ω" jack and the black lead to the "COM" jack.
  2. Set rotary switch at desired 750V ac symbol position.
  3. Connect test leads across the source or load being measured.
  4. Read voltage value on the LCD display.

ACV Measurement

AC Current Measurement

  1. Set the rotary switch at desired A position.
  2. Press the trigger to open transformer jaw and to clamp one conductor only, making sure that the jaw is firmly closed around the conductor.
  3. Read current value on LCD display.
  4. When only the figure "1" is displayed, it indicates overrange situation and the higher range has to be selected.

AC CURRENT MEASUREMENT

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to measure temperature using ACM-1010 clamp meter?
  • How to measure resistance using ACM-1010 clamp meter?
  • How to measure DC voltage using ACM-1010 clamp meter?
  • How to measure AC voltage using ACM-1010 clamp meter?
  • How to measure AC current using ACM-1010 clamp meter?
  • How to make audible continuity test using ACM-1010 clamp meter?

  • How to measure temperature using ACM-1010 clamp meter?

    1. Set the rotary switch at 750°C position.
    2. Connect the red lead of “K” type thermocouple into the “V/Ω” jack and the black lead of “K” type thermocouple into the “COM” jack. The LCD display will show the current environment temperature.
    3. Contacting the object be measured with the thermocouple probe.
    4. Read temperature value on the LCD display.

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    How to measure resistance using ACM-1010 clamp meter?

    1. Connect the red test lead to “V/Ω” jack and black test lead to the “COM” jack (The polarity of red lead is positive “+”).
    2. Set the rotary switch at desired ”Ω” range position.
    3. Connect test leads across the resistor to be measured and read LCD display.
    4. If the resistance being measured is connected to a circuit, turn off power and discharge all capacitors before applying test probes.

    Note:

    1. If the resistance being measured exceeds the maximum value of the range selected or the input is not connected, an overrange indication “1” will be displayed.
    2. When checking in-circuit resistance, be sure the circuit under test has all power removed and that all capacitors have been discharged fully.

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    How to measure DC voltage using ACM-1010 clamp meter?

    1. Connect the red test lead to the “V/Ω” jack and the black lead to the “COM” jack.
    2. Set rotary switch at desired 1000V position.
    3. Connect test leads across the source or load being measured.
    4. Read voltage value on the LCD display along with the polarity of the red lead connection.

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    How to measure AC voltage using ACM-1010 clamp meter?

    1. Connect the red test lead to “V/Ω” jack and the black test lead to the “COM” jack.
    2. Set the rotary switch at desired 750V~ position.
    3. Connect test leads across the source or load being measured.
    4. Read voltage value on the LCD display

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    How to measure AC current using ACM-1010 clamp meter?

    1. Set the rotary switch at desired A∼ position.
    2. Press the trigger to open transformer jaw and to clamp one conductor only, making sure that the jaw is firmly closed around the conductor.
    3. Read current value on LCD display.
    4. When only the figure “1” is displayed, it indicates overrange situation and the higher range has to be selected.

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    How to make audible continuity test using ACM-1010 clamp meter?

    1. Connect red test lead to “V/Ω” jack, black test lead to “COM” jack.
    2. Set range switch to “” position.
    3. Connect test leads to two points of circuit to be tested. If continuity exists, built-in buzzer will sound.

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