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Chauvin Arnoux F407 Clamp Meter

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Product Description

The F407 clamp is used on low-voltage, medium-power systems in LV electricity production and distribution, industry, railways, etc. It is also suitable for lift/elevator technicians and other lifting and transport equipment specialists.

Maintenance, testing, monitoring, diagnostics and connection are the main applications for the clamps in this series. It is also suitable for transport equipment specialists.

The F407 clamps offer particularly accurate measurements regardless of the type of signal. Automatic AC/DC detection is a standard feature on all the models in this range, as is IP54 protection.

Key Features

Current: 1000 AAC/ 1500 ADC

AC and DC voltage up to 1000 V

W/VA/var, PF & DPF power values

THD-f & THD-r

Harmonics up to 25th order

TrueInrush current measurement

Data recording

Bluetooth interface and PC software

Resistance and audible continuity

Min, Max and Peak± analysis on all functions

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Tailored warranties of up to 2 years

Support for legacy systems

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Maintenance & calibration included

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Finance Options

Applicable to all equipment

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Terms between 1-36 months

Calibration

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RF & Microwave Calibration Specialists

Maximum Four Working Day Turnaround

Calibration Range from DC - 26.5 GHz 

Free Online Calibration Management Tool

Over 20 Years Calibration Experience 

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