Megger DCM300E Earth Leakage Clampmeter
- Designed primarily to check earth leakage currents
- 0.01 mA resolution
- EMC and EN1010-2-32 compliance
- 30 mA, 300 mA, 30 A and 300 A range
Megger DCM300E Earth Leakage Clamp
The DCM300E is designed mainly to check earth leakage currents. However, the upper range will measure currents of up to 300 A a.c. making it a totally versatile instrument capable of taking most current measurements.
The instrument has four ranges; 30 mA, 300 mA, 30 A and 300 A with a minimum resolution of 0,01 mA on the 30 mA range.
For those hard to read measurements, where there are problems of accessibility or poor lighting, a data hold feature has been incorporated, to aid measurement.
To save battery life when not in use the instrument has an automatic power off feature and will turn itself off if it hasn’t taken any readings over a 10 minute period. This totally new clampmeter development ensures that the latest safety design standards EN61010-2-32 and EMC requirements are met. Safety is enhanced with the incorporation of a tactile barrier. Extra insulation has been used around the jaw specifically to reduce the possibility of causing a short circuit between live conductors, as well as protecting the operator from accidentally getting an electric shock.
Simply Clamp on
With existing installations especially, by far the simplest and easiest method of checking an installation is with a clamp-on current meter. The clampmeter can be used to locate the fault within the circuit without it being necessary to disassemble the wiring.
A typical application for the clamp-meter would be the measurement of earth leakage current in a circuit where the RCD keeps tripping out. The measured result will quickly identify whether the earth leakage current present is excessive causing the RCD to trip, or that the RCD itself is faulty. Standing earth leakage can be the result of various undetected faults in the installation such as cable insulation deterioration, cable damage or the entry of moisture into areas where there are exposed terminals or fittings.
The instrument is pocket sized, light weight, rugged and easy to use, making it an ideal choice for the electrical industry.
0,01 mA resolution for measuring earth leakage currents
300 A range for standard current measurements
Analogue Bargraph Display for trending
Handguard designed for operator safety
Pocket sized and lightweight
- Megger DCM300E
- Instruction Manual
- Carrying Case
Megger Part Code: 6111-284