The PeakTech 1635 is an inexpensive and practical leakage current probe to measure small direct and alternating currents up to 2 A with 1 mA resolution.
The device measures the current indirectly via the surrounding magnetic field, so it is measured without contact when the clamp jaws enclose the current-carrying conductor (single wire).
Since the sum of all incoming and outgoing currents neutralizes the magnetic field, the leakage current can be measured by enclosing all wires of a line.
In the automotive sector, this measuring device is ideally suited to record discharge currents from the car battery when the ignition is switched off and therefore to find sources of error quickly and reliably.
In addition to measuring small currents, the PeakTech 1635 can also measure larger direct and alternating currents up to 80 A with a resolution of 0.1 A and it is therefore ideal for use in hobby, craft and industry.
The PeakTech 1636 is a leakage current clamp for measuring small alternating currents, which can be displayed with a resolution of up to 100 µA. The device measures the current indirectly via the surrounding magnetic field when the pliers jaws enclose the current-carrying conductor (single wire). Since the sum of all incoming currents and outgoing currents neutralizes the magnetic field, the leakage current can be measured by enclosing all wires of a line. In everyday work, this measuring device is ideally suited to determine leakage currents in circuits or switch assemblies, which can occur due to poor insulation or obsolete lines.
In addition to measuring small currents, the PeakTech 1636 can also measure larger alternating currents up to 200 A with a resolution of 0.1 A and is therefore ideal for use in hobby, craft and industry.
The PeakTech 1640 can be used as a DC or AC current clamp up to 1000A, but as a special function it also offers a measurement of the power consumption in single-phase networks. If a current-carrying wire is placed through the jaws of the pliers and the test probes are connected to the associated voltage source at the same time, the power consumed is displayed in kW. This current clamp is ideal for current measurement in electrical systems and control cabinets, since only single wires are guided through the clamp jaws for contact-free current measurement and no electrical connections have to be disconnected. In addition, this model has extensive multimeter functions for voltage, resistance and frequency measurement. Continuity tests with acoustic signals and diode tests can also be carried out. This clamp meter carries out measurements as a true RMS value (real effective value) and is suitable for electronics engineers, service technicians or industrial users due to its high functionality and easy handling.
The PeakTech 1660 is a 1- and 3-phase TrueRMS AC clamp meter with many additional functions, such as the measurements for AC (ACA), AC voltage (ACV), active power (kW), apparent power (kVA), reactive power (kVAR), energy (kWh ), the power factor (Cosφ), frequency (Hz) and phase angle (°). All measured values can be read on the illuminated LCD display even in poorly lit rooms. In addition to this multitude of measurement functions, this device offers a PC interface for data acquisition via USB, an internal memory for 99 measurement data sets, a min./max. and data hold function. Due to the excellent price-performance ratio, extensive accessories and the many measuring functions, this device is ideally suited for use in trade and industry.