Press Release Summary:
Probe Model 2620 measures leakage current shunted to ground caused by insulation faults. Nickel alloy AC current transformer measures differential or leakage current as low as 500 ÂµA, and can also measure current up to 400 A continuous duty. With 4 in. jaw opening to handle multiple or large conductors, Model 2620 can also be used as clamp-on current probe to provide unbalanced current measurements, leakage values on grounding conductors, and ground loop currents.
Original Press Release:
AEMC Introduces Leakage Current Probe
The AC Leakage Current Probe Model 2620 measures leakage current shunted to ground caused by insulation faults. It enables the operator to locate failures when they occur, or anticipate them before they occur, without shutting down equipment or spending hours troubleshooting.
It is designed specifically for locating low current faults on high current loads. The detector is a sensitive nickel alloy AC current transformer capable of measuring differential or leakage current as low as 500µA. It may also be used to measure current up to 400A continuous duty. Its 4" jaw opening facilitate both multiple and large conductors.
The Model 2620 may also be used as a highly accurate clamp-on current probe, providing a versatile way to analyze unbalanced current measurements, leakage values on grounding conductors and ground loop currents.
The Model 2620 has switch selectable ranges and is terminate with safety shrouded banana plugs on 5 ft leads, making IP compatible with most multimeters.
John Olobri, Director of Sales & Marketing