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ACM-2025 Clamp Meter


Measurement range: ACA, DCA, ACV, DCV, Ohms, Continuity beeper. Over-input: Indication of “OL”. Sampling Time: Approx. 0.35 second. Operating temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F). Operating humidity: Less than 80% RH. Max. fork jaw, open size: 0.59in/15mm Dia. Range: 200ohm, Resolution: 0.1ohm, Accuracy: ±(1%+2d), Overload protection: AC/DC 400V

AKTAKOM ACM-2025 uses the fork current sensing structure that provides easy to use application for current measurement, it is not necessary to open the jaws as compared to traditional clamp meters

Features

  • 200 Amp ACA, DCA for fork current measurement
  • The design meets IEC 1010 CATIII 600V safety requirement
  • 2000 counts, multi-functional
  • Measurement for ACA, DCA, ACV, DCV, Ohms, continuity beeper
  • True RMS measuring reading for ACV and ACA function
  • Data hold
  • Peak hold
  • Overload protection circuit is provided for all ranges
  • LSI circuit provides high reliability and durability
  • Pocket and slim housing case, easy carryout
  • Compact and heavy duty ABS housing fireproof plastic case

Specifications

General specifications:

Display: 12.2mm (0.48") LCD, 3 1/2 digits; Max. indication 1999
Measurement range: ACA, DCA, ACV, DCV, Ohms, Continuity beeper
Polarity: Automatic Switching, "-" indicates negative polarity
Current Sensor: Hall effect sensor

Zero adjustment:

  • DCA: Push bottom adjustment
  • Other ranges: Automatic adjustment

Over-input: Indication of “OL”
Sampling Time: Approx. 0.35 second
Operating temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Operating humidity: Less than 80% RH.
Max. fork jaw, open size: 0.59in/15mm Dia.

Electrical specifications (23±5°C):

Function Range Resolution Accuracy Overload protection
DCV ACV (true rms) 600V 1V DCV: ±(0.8%+1d) ACV: ±(1%+2d) AC/DC 600V
DCA ACA (true rms) 200A ACA: 0.5 to 200A 0.1A DCA: ±(2%+5d) ACA: ±(2%+8d) AC/DC 200A

Remark:

  • True RMS measuring reading for ACV and ACA function
  • Input impedance for ACV & DCV range is 9Mohm
  • ACA, ACV frequency response is from 40 to 1KHz
  • ACA, ACV specifications are tested on sine wave 50/60Hz
Function Range Resolution Accuracy Overload protection
Ohm 200 Ohm 0.1 Ohm ±(1%+2d) AC/DC 400V
Continuity If the measuring resistance is less than 10 ohm the beeper will sound
Peak Hold Acquisition Time: Approx. 800ms. Application: Use for measuring transient signal for current

Dimensions: 6.9x2.4x1.6in/176x60x41mm

Weight: 0.45lb/205g (including battery)

Accessories

  • Operation manual
  • Test leads (red & black)

Functions illustration

Thanks to wide functionality, special design and compact size ACM-2025 can accomplish a wide range of electrical, service and domestic tasks:

1. Inductive non-contact True RMS AC and DC current measurements (e.g.: circuit breaker load current).

Thanks to the True RMS feature the instrument is capable to measure non-sinusoidal signals.
DCA ZERO button helps to clear the display in DC measurement mode.
Compact size of open clamp "jaws" makes it easier to work in hard-to-reach places and wire bundles.

2. Current consumption peak value measurements (DATA HOLD and PEAK HOLD buttons fix current or peak values (800 ms) on the display).

This allows to optimize the load on the individual outlet power lines in the room and identify the cause of the sudden breaker tripping or fuse blowing.

3. AC Voltage measurements (e.g.: at the feeder switchboard breaker poles).

The voltage tester function is built-in: just connect the standard test leads (included).

4. DC voltage measurements (e.g.: laptop adapter DC output connector).

DC voltage device diagnostic with automatic polarity indicator enriches the field of use.

5. Resistance measurements (e.g.: PCB components).

Circuits and individual components (including SMD) resistance measurements.

6. Continuity test (e.g.: AC/DC laptop adapter earth core continuity test; board circuits testing).

Audible alarm is triggered automatically in resistance measurement mode if the value is less than 3 Ohms.


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