Wavetek Meterman debuts the ELS2 AC Line Splitter
- 15 January, 2004 11:29
<p>Measures current faster, easier and safer without splitting AC line cords
Sydney January 14, 2004 - Wavetek Meterman Test Tools, a leading brand of innovative test tools and accessories, announces the ELS2 AC Line Splitter for taking residential line measurements without the need to split ac electrical lines.</p>
<p>The Meterman® ELS2 is a current-clamp accessory that works with any ac current clamp or clamp meter. In normal practice, a current clamp measures current by encircling a single conductor. Without a line splitter to measure the load of a 117 V device, the ac power line needs to be split. Dual lines also must be separated to achieve proper readings. The ELS2 provides a cleanly split current loop for accurate measurement. Additionally, a 10 times current magnifying loop is provided in the device for accurately measuring low-current.
The ELS2 AC Line Splitter has convenient built-in jacks for voltage sag testing. Rated for 120V at 15 Amps, the ELS2 AC Line Splitter is an indispensable tool for residential, commercial and industrial electricians and homeowners. It allows more convenient and accurate testing of loads up to 1800W. The ELS2 also comes standard with a durable nylon carrying case.</p>
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<p>Fluke Corporation is the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools. Fluke customers are technicians, engineers, electricians and metrologists who install, troubleshoot, and manage industrial electrical and electronic equipment and calibration processes for quality control.</p>
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