The Fluke 773 milliamp clamp meter is accurate, versatile, and highly portable. It saves time and money by measuring 4–20 mA signals five times faster than with traditional multimeters, and without breaking the loop. That means you can troubleshoot a live device without having to power down and possibly miss something going on in the process.
The 773 is ideal for troubleshooting transmitters, valves, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) found in process plants. The 773 allows you to connect to a mA loop in a traditional series workflow to measure, source, or simulate a control system. And it measures up to 99.0 mA non-contact, including 10 to 50 mA signals in older control systems.
The 773 also sources and measures DC voltage, so it can be used to troubleshoot voltage input and output devices that accept a 1-5 V or 0 to 10 V signal. You can detach the clamp section of the meter and use it as a remote jaw, connected to the main body by an extension cable to make it easier to take measurements in tight spaces.
Fluke 772 Milliamp Clamp Loop Meter measures, sources, and simulates 4-20 mA signals for testing control system I/O or IPs
The Fluke 772 loop meter adds to the basic capabilities of the Fluke 771 to save more time and expand its applications. With the 771, you'll also be able to: source and simulate 4-20 mA signals for testing control system I/O; measure 4-20 mA signals with in-circuit measurement; power a transmitter with the 24 V loop power supply; and automatically ramp and step change the 4-20 mA output for remote testing.
You'll be able to test 4–20 mA signals five times faster than with traditional DMMs, and without breaking the loop. That means you can troubleshoot a live device without having to power down, which can save you time, and help you avoid possibly missing something going on in the process.