Sonel – CMP-3kR – AC Digital Clamp meter

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Datasheet CMP-3kr AC Digital clamp meter

Description

The Sonel CMP-3kR is an innovative AC current clamp meter which combines technically advanced solutions

The handy digital AC clamps meter with a recorder is a professional tool for measuring AC current up to 3000 A. Unlike competitive instruments, the CMP-3kR is equipped with flexible clamps with a diameter of 160 mm and a cable length of up to 170 cm. This makes operating the device much simpler and safer. The user can maintain greater distance and control also due to the Sonel Multimeter Mobile application – it provides communication with the meter via Bluetooth interface. The bracket on the back of the case allows the use of various types of hangers, including magnetic ones.

This small, specialised instrument incorporates a built-in recorder with RTC that can record currents for 24 hours with a recording frequency of 1 second.

Features

Attachable flexible clamp

Enables AC current measurement up to 3000 A. Designed for easy installation on power busbars up to 160 mm diameter.

Wireless communication

Transfer measurement data via Bluetooth, in „live” mode, to the Sonel Multimeter Mobile application. This allows to record and store the results and include additional description or photos. You can also share measurement data as an e-mail attachment.

Robust design

With the help of the latest technologies, a compact instrument for working in the toughest conditions has been created. The rubber housing protects the device against accidental damage. The back attachment can fit a magnetic hanger strap or a hook strap.

Extended measurements

CMP-3kR can measure frequencies, and its INRUSH feature helps testing for inrush current levels of various electrical machines.

Current logger

The integrated current logger with an RTC can be configured with the logging start date and time and up to 24 hours of current logging with a refresh rate of 1 second. The captured logs can be analysed later to identify the real-time phenomena as they occurred.