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Fluke 323 True RMS Clamp Meter, 400 A

Model: 323 | UPC: 95969623742

Fluke 323 True RMS Clamp Meter, 400 A

Model: 323 | UPC: 95969623742

Designed to perform in the toughest environments and provides you with reliable results, this True RMS clamp meter allows access in tight areas due to its slim, compact size. It is ideal for identifying the presence of load current, AC voltage, and continuity of circuits, switches, fuses, and contacts.

Designed to perform in the toughest environments and provides you with reliable results, this True RMS clamp meter allows access in tight areas due to its slim, compact size. It is ideal for identifying the presence of load current, AC voltage, and continuity of circuits, switches, fuses, and contacts.

Sale Price $134.99 USD
Regular Price $149.99 USD
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Fluke 323 Offers

Delivers rugged and reliable performance and includes True RMS measurements, optimized ergonomics, and large display which makes it ideal for troubleshooting. This clamp meter is part of the 320 series and is built to perform in the toughest environments, and provides you with noise-free and reliable results. Its slim, compact size and rugged design makes it well suited for measuring currents up to 400 A in tight cable compartments. Use it to verify the presence of load current, AC voltage, continuity of circuits, switches, fuses, and contacts.

Features

  • Rugged, reliable basic True-RMS clamp meter for measuring current up to 400 A
  • Measures AC current to 400 A
  • Measures AC voltage and DC voltage to 600 V
  • Provides True RMS AC voltage and current for accurate measurements on non-linear signals
  • Measures resistance to 4 kΩ with continuity detection
  • Slim, ergonomic design for measuring in tight cable compartments
  • Presents measurements on a large, easy-to-read display
  • Hold function captures a reading on the display
  • CAT III 600 V, CAT IV 300 V safety rating

Applications

  • Electrical
  • Commerical
  • Residential
  • Plant maintenance
  • HVAC/R
Fluke Clamp Selection Guide

Fluke 323 Specifications

AC Current Range: 400 A
Accuracy: 2% ±5 digits (45 to 65 Hz), 2.5% ±5 digits (65 to 400 Hz)
AC Voltage Range: 600 V
Accuracy: 1.5% ±5 digits
DC Voltage Range: 600 V
Accuracy: 1.0% ±5 digits
Resistance Range: 400.0 Ω/ 4000 Ω
Accuracy: 1.0% ±5 digits
Continuity ≤70 Ω
AC Response True RMS
Data Hold Yes
Max Wire Diameter 1.2" (30 mm) (600 MCM)
Dimensions 8.15 x 2.95 x 1.34" (207 x 75 x 34 mm)
Weight 0.6 lb (265 g)
Category Rating CAT III 600V, CAT IV 300V
Click here for complete specifications on the Fluke 323

What's included with the Fluke 323

  • Clamp Meter
  • Test Leads
  • Carrying Case
  • User Manual
  • Two-Year Warranty
1

Does your clamp report the true-rms reading? Is the problem with your motor or your clamp?

Choose a clamp that gives accurate and repeatable results.

Make sure your clamp meter is working for you, not against you.

Imagine that you have spent the whole day troubleshooting a problem with a motor only to discover that the problem wasn’t really the motor, but the clamp you were using to measure it. You stake your reputation on your ability to get the job done, be sure your clamp meter is working for you not against you.

First, make sure your clamp meter reports the true-rms reading. Otherwise noise from everything including a variable frequency drive to compact fluorescent bulbs can result in a less accurate reading.

Does your clamp report the true-rms reading? Is the problem with your motor or your clamp?


2

Have you ever dropped your clamp? Do you use your clamp outside? Ever used your clamp to pry apart wires?

Make sure the clamp meter works where you do.

If so, make sure you clamp can work where and how you do.

Making accurate and repeatable results in a laboratory is a good start. But you don’t always work in a clean and controlled environment. Before making a purchase, check whether the clamp is specified to work in the environment you do.

Be sure you don’t buy a clamp specified for indoor use only or with a minimum operating range warmer than 15 °F if you think you might need to make measurements outside. If the clamp isn’t designed for the outdoors the measurements you get might not be accurate.

Finally be sure the clamp you are using is rugged enough to continue to give reliable results after years of prying wires apart, drops from ladders and bouncing around the back of your truck.

Have you ever dropped your clamp? Do you use your clamp outside? Ever used your clamp to pry apart wires?


3

Does the clamp have the correct rating for the work you are doing? Can you use the meter easily when wearing personal protective equipment?

Don’t compromise on safety.

If the answer is no, you could be in danger.

Your test and measurement tools are a critical barrier between you and danger. They are quite literally an extension of your body into a very dangerous environment. First things first, be sure you choose a clamp meter with an appropriate category rating for the work you are doing.

Second, choose a brand with a reputation for providing safe and reliable test equipment. Anyone can buy a clamp meter and put their brand on it. Only a few manufacturers design, build and test their own equipment to exceed international safety standards.

Finally, your clamp meter is part of a safety system that includes personal protective equipment (PPE). In addition to having the right PPE, be sure that you can easily operate your test and measurement equipment with that gear in place.

Does the clamp have the correct rating for the work you are doing? Can you use the meter easily when wearing personal protective equipment?


4

Not using all the features on your clamp meter?

When choosing features, pick quality over quantity.

Not using all the features on your clamp meter?

These days you can get almost anything built into a clamp meter (tape measure anyone?). The more gadgets that are built into a clamp meter, the harder it becomes to use and the worse it performs. Instead of trying to get the most features possible, chose a meter that has the measurement functions you need to get the job done, without any of fluff that doesn’t make sense. Plus, you don’t end up paying for features irrelevant to the job at hand.

Not using all the features on your clamp meter?

Click on a category to view a selection of compatible accessories with the Fluke 323 True RMS Clamp Meter, 400 A.

Fluke C43 Soft Carrying Case C43
Zippered carrying case with durable vinyl exterior. The C43 case can be used with the 1520 tester, One-touch network analysers, 40 Series power meters, i1100s and i1300s large clamp meters.




Fluke L210 Probe Light Kit L210
Comes in a small and rugged design, this probe light kit liberates the users' hands for work. Additionally, it features a bright white LED and fits between the modular test probe and test lead.




Fluke TL223 SureGrip™ Electrical Test Lead Set TL223
Designed for your comfort so you can focus on taking accurate measurements, this handy all-in-one kit comes equipped with a SureGrip alligator clip set, slim-reach test probes (flat bladed), and SureGrip silicone test lead set.




Fluke TL175 TwistGuard Test Leads Set TL175
By simply twisting the test lead the user can change the exposed probe tip length from 19 mm to 4 mm (0.75 inch to 0.16 inch).




Customer Reviews for the Fluke 323

Ask a question about Fluke 323 True RMS Clamp Meter, 400 A

Fluke 323 Offers

Delivers rugged and reliable performance and includes True RMS measurements, optimized ergonomics, and large display which makes it ideal for troubleshooting. This clamp meter is part of the 320 series and is built to perform in the toughest environments, and provides you with noise-free and reliable results. Its slim, compact size and rugged design makes it well suited for measuring currents up to 400 A in tight cable compartments. Use it to verify the presence of load current, AC voltage, continuity of circuits, switches, fuses, and contacts.

Features

  • Rugged, reliable basic True-RMS clamp meter for measuring current up to 400 A
  • Measures AC current to 400 A
  • Measures AC voltage and DC voltage to 600 V
  • Provides True RMS AC voltage and current for accurate measurements on non-linear signals
  • Measures resistance to 4 kΩ with continuity detection
  • Slim, ergonomic design for measuring in tight cable compartments
  • Presents measurements on a large, easy-to-read display
  • Hold function captures a reading on the display
  • CAT III 600 V, CAT IV 300 V safety rating

Applications

  • Electrical
  • Commerical
  • Residential
  • Plant maintenance
  • HVAC/R
Fluke Clamp Selection Guide

Fluke 323 Specifications

AC Current Range: 400 A
Accuracy: 2% ±5 digits (45 to 65 Hz), 2.5% ±5 digits (65 to 400 Hz)
AC Voltage Range: 600 V
Accuracy: 1.5% ±5 digits
DC Voltage Range: 600 V
Accuracy: 1.0% ±5 digits
Resistance Range: 400.0 Ω/ 4000 Ω
Accuracy: 1.0% ±5 digits
Continuity ≤70 Ω
AC Response True RMS
Data Hold Yes
Max Wire Diameter 1.2" (30 mm) (600 MCM)
Dimensions 8.15 x 2.95 x 1.34" (207 x 75 x 34 mm)
Weight 0.6 lb (265 g)
Category Rating CAT III 600V, CAT IV 300V
Click here for complete specifications on the Fluke 323

What's included with the Fluke 323

  • Clamp Meter
  • Test Leads
  • Carrying Case
  • User Manual
  • Two-Year Warranty
1

Does your clamp report the true-rms reading? Is the problem with your motor or your clamp?

Choose a clamp that gives accurate and repeatable results.

Make sure your clamp meter is working for you, not against you.

Imagine that you have spent the whole day troubleshooting a problem with a motor only to discover that the problem wasn’t really the motor, but the clamp you were using to measure it. You stake your reputation on your ability to get the job done, be sure your clamp meter is working for you not against you.

First, make sure your clamp meter reports the true-rms reading. Otherwise noise from everything including a variable frequency drive to compact fluorescent bulbs can result in a less accurate reading.

Does your clamp report the true-rms reading? Is the problem with your motor or your clamp?


2

Have you ever dropped your clamp? Do you use your clamp outside? Ever used your clamp to pry apart wires?

Make sure the clamp meter works where you do.

If so, make sure you clamp can work where and how you do.

Making accurate and repeatable results in a laboratory is a good start. But you don’t always work in a clean and controlled environment. Before making a purchase, check whether the clamp is specified to work in the environment you do.

Be sure you don’t buy a clamp specified for indoor use only or with a minimum operating range warmer than 15 °F if you think you might need to make measurements outside. If the clamp isn’t designed for the outdoors the measurements you get might not be accurate.

Finally be sure the clamp you are using is rugged enough to continue to give reliable results after years of prying wires apart, drops from ladders and bouncing around the back of your truck.

Have you ever dropped your clamp? Do you use your clamp outside? Ever used your clamp to pry apart wires?


3

Does the clamp have the correct rating for the work you are doing? Can you use the meter easily when wearing personal protective equipment?

Don’t compromise on safety.

If the answer is no, you could be in danger.

Your test and measurement tools are a critical barrier between you and danger. They are quite literally an extension of your body into a very dangerous environment. First things first, be sure you choose a clamp meter with an appropriate category rating for the work you are doing.

Second, choose a brand with a reputation for providing safe and reliable test equipment. Anyone can buy a clamp meter and put their brand on it. Only a few manufacturers design, build and test their own equipment to exceed international safety standards.

Finally, your clamp meter is part of a safety system that includes personal protective equipment (PPE). In addition to having the right PPE, be sure that you can easily operate your test and measurement equipment with that gear in place.

Does the clamp have the correct rating for the work you are doing? Can you use the meter easily when wearing personal protective equipment?


4

Not using all the features on your clamp meter?

When choosing features, pick quality over quantity.

Not using all the features on your clamp meter?

These days you can get almost anything built into a clamp meter (tape measure anyone?). The more gadgets that are built into a clamp meter, the harder it becomes to use and the worse it performs. Instead of trying to get the most features possible, chose a meter that has the measurement functions you need to get the job done, without any of fluff that doesn’t make sense. Plus, you don’t end up paying for features irrelevant to the job at hand.

Not using all the features on your clamp meter?

Click on a category to view a selection of compatible accessories with the Fluke 323 True RMS Clamp Meter, 400 A.

Fluke C43 Soft Carrying Case C43
Zippered carrying case with durable vinyl exterior. The C43 case can be used with the 1520 tester, One-touch network analysers, 40 Series power meters, i1100s and i1300s large clamp meters.




Fluke L210 Probe Light Kit L210
Comes in a small and rugged design, this probe light kit liberates the users' hands for work. Additionally, it features a bright white LED and fits between the modular test probe and test lead.




Fluke TL223 SureGrip™ Electrical Test Lead Set TL223
Designed for your comfort so you can focus on taking accurate measurements, this handy all-in-one kit comes equipped with a SureGrip alligator clip set, slim-reach test probes (flat bladed), and SureGrip silicone test lead set.




Fluke TL175 TwistGuard Test Leads Set TL175
By simply twisting the test lead the user can change the exposed probe tip length from 19 mm to 4 mm (0.75 inch to 0.16 inch).




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