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February 5, 2020

FLIR Systems, Inc. recently announced the FLIR CM94 2000-amp AC/DC electrical utility clamp meter. Designed to tackle high current electrical measurements in demanding utility and industrial job sites, the CM94 features an oversized jaw to easily manage larger conductors and busbars. With CAT IV-1000-volt overvoltage protection, the CM94 works on relays, distribution panels, vaults, switchgears and switchboards, as well as on service conductors, feeders, and production power lines.

The durable clamp meter’s 55-millimeter (2.2 inches) jaw easily clamps around large conductors or multiple conductors at once. With True-RMS (root mean square) to measure alternating voltage or current, and Low Impedance (LoZ) mode to clear ghost voltages, the FLIR CM94 provides accurate testing capabilities to get the job done right the first time and keep electrical workers safe.

In industrial facilities with AC and DC motors, motor control centers, and variable frequency drives (VFD), the clamp meter’s VFD mode tackles noisy signals to ensure accurate readings. In addition to performing current and voltage functions, industrial electricians, utility workers, and electrical contractors can troubleshoot connections and components with a continuity test mode, diode test and resistance, or frequency and temperature measurements. The IP40-rated CM94 is drop-tested to withstand a 2-meter drop from a ladder or into a utility vault.

The FLIR CM94 will be displayed at NECA 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada from September 14-17 at FLIR booth #2941. It is available today for purchase online and through authorized FLIR distributors globally.

For more information visit https://www.flir.ca/products/cm94.


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