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30 A (low amps) BNC current clamp (TA234)
With a 20 mm extended jaw the TA234 low amps current clamp is ideal for parasitic drain measurements without the need for battery cable disconnection.
The TA234 probe is a 30 A current clamp. The extended measuring jaws allow measurement in a confined space. When measuring DC, a simple thumbwheel on the probe allows zero adjustment.
This current clamp is ideally suited for use with PicoScope oscilloscopes and features additional screening to reduce noise pickup.
||30 A AC peak or DC
|Measuring range (s)
||30 mA to 30 A DC (accurate)
5 mA to 30 A DC (usable)
||500 A for 60 s
||±(2% of reading ± 2 mA)
||± 1 mA DC after filtering
|di/dt tracking capability
||> 20 A/µs
|Conductor position sensitivity
||± 1% relative to center
||0.1 x specified accuracy/°C
(0 °C to 18 °C, 28 °C to 50 °C)
||DC to 20 kHz (–0.5 dB)
||9 V PP3, MN 1604, 6F22, 6LR61
|Min. load impedance
|Max. conductor size
||19 mm diameter
|Output cable and connectors
||2 m long coax terminated with safety BNC connector
||+5 °C to +40 °C
|Storage temperature (excluding battery)
||–20°C to +70°C
||0 to 80 %RH
||0 to 2000 m
|Dimensions (H x W x D)
||200 mm x 72 mm x 38 mm
||RoHS and WEEE compliant
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