Current clamp TP-CC80

Current clamp TP-CC80

The Current clamp TP-CC80 is a current clamp that will allow your oscilloscope to measure electrical currents up to 80 A AC/DC, with a frequency response up to 20 kHz. When measuring with this current clamp, there is no need to break a closed circuit or to affect the isolation.

The long, narrow jaws allow performing measurements in narrow spaces.

For measuring DC current, a simple to operate zero adjust button is available.

Order code: TP-CC80
Price: € 96.40

Category: Current Clamps

The table below shows detailed specifications of the Current clamp TP-CC80.

Electrical

BandwidthDC to 20 kHz (-3dB)
Effective measurement range 
20 A rangeoutput 100 mV/A, 1 V = 10 A
80 A rangeoutput 10 mV/A, 1 V = 100 A
Accuracy 
DC 20 A range±(3% ±5 mA)
DC 80 A range±(3% ±0.3A) (100 mA to 40 A)
±(8% ±0.3A) (40 A to 80 A)
AC 20 A range±(3% ±5 mA) (10 mA to 10 A, 40 Hz to 2 kHz)
±(4% ±30 mA) (10 mA to 10 A, 2 kHz to 10 kHz)
±(6% ±30 mA) (10 mA to 10 A, 10 kHz to 20 kHz)
±(8% ±30 mA) (10 A to 20 A, 40 Hz to 20 kHz)
AC 80 A range±(2% ±30 mA) (100 mA to 40 A, 40 Hz to 1 kHz)
±(4% ±30 mA) (100 mA to 40 A, 1 kHz to 3 kHz)
±(6% ±30 mA) (100 mA to 40 A, 3 kHz to 20 kHz)
±(8% ±0.3 A) (40 A to 80 A, 40 Hz to 20 kHz)
Output connectioncable with 2 shrouded 4 mm female banana sockets
 

Dimensions

Captured conductor size12.5 mm maximum
Weight210 g
Height38 mm (1.5 inch)
Length190 mm (7.5 inch)
Width70 mm (2.8 inch)
Length of cable30 cm (11.8 inch)
 

Power Requirements

Power indicatorGreen LED
Auto power offYes
Battery typeStandard 9 V IEC 6F22 cell
Battery life80 hours typical with alkaline
Low battery indicationRed LED
 

Ambient

Operating Temperature0 to 50 °C
Relative Humidity25 to 70%
Storage Temperature-20 to 70 °C
Relative Humidity25 to 80%
 

Certifications and Compliances

CE mark complianceYes
RoHSYes

The Current clamp TP-CC80 is delivered with:

AmountItem
1 Carrying case
1 Current clamp TP-CC80

DescriptionVersionRemarksSize
Current clamp TP-CC80 user manual1.2English433.78 kB download

RELATED ARTICLES

Measuring current

Measuring currents using a current clamp
Read whole article...