Prova A1 True RMS AC/DC Clampmeter, 400A


The Prova A1 is True RMS 400A AC/DC Clampmeter that is the perfect troubleshooting meter for commercial and residential electricians. It’s compact size makes it ideally suited for current measurements up to 400A in tight cable compartments.

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PROVA A1 DC/AC Clamp Meter Features:

1.   High resolution DC/AC 10 mA current measurement 

2.   DC/AC current measurement: 60A / 400A.

3.   DC/AC voltage measurement: 60V / 600V.

4.   AC current measurement: TRMS 

5.   Compact Size for tight cable runs

6.   Resistance, Continuity, Capacitance and Temperature (/) measurement.

7.   Non-contact (A) and Contact (V) Frequency measurement.

8.   Voltage/Current Peak value measurement.

9.   Auto range: V, A, Resistance, Capacitance and Temperature.

10.  One Touch Zero for DCA adjustment.

11.  25mm large jaw diameter.

12.  Auto-power-off function (30 min.).

13.  With backlight.

14.  Max Hold, Peak Hold and Delta (Δ) functions.

15.  Dual display: Hold + Average, Max + Min, ΔMax + ΔMin.

16.  Dual display: Peak Max + Peak Min, ΔPeak Max + ΔPeak Min.

17.  On-line automotive battery and alternator testing Min battery cranking voltage and Max alternator charging voltage.

18.  Low Pass Filter (LPF, 1KHz) (for VFD measurement).

19.  600V overload protection for ohm and measurement.

20.  Ideal for works in crowded switch box or cable areas.

21.  Applications:
        (1) Troubleshooting in
                  i.           Automotive Maintenance
                 ii.           electric vehicle
                iii.           plant maintenance
                iv.           HVAC
                 v.           telecom works
                vi.           marine
               vii.           motorcycle repairs

(2) DC charging current of batteries of electric vehicles.
(3) DC current consumption of DC motors of Drones.
(4) DC current output of solar panels.
(5) Measurements of voltage, current, and frequency of inverters (VFD).
(6) Temperature measurements of abnormal components.