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Fluke I310S - Current Probe

Current Probe


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The i310s current probe is based on Hall Effect technology for use in measurement of both DC and AC current. The i310s may be used in conjunction with oscilloscopes and other suitable recording instruments for accurate non-intrusive current measurement.


Electrical Characteristics
Current ranges 30 A and 300 A ACRMS or ±45 A and 450 A DC
Measuring ranges ±45 A and 450 A dc
ACRMS or DC ±45 A and 450 A
Inrush current 600A ACRMS MAX
Output sensitivity 10 mV/A (30 A)
1 mV/A (300 A)
Accuracy (at +23°C) (30A range) ±1% of reading ±50 mA
(300A range) ±1% of reading ±300 mA
Bandwidth to meet accuracy specification 1 kHz
Phase shift below 1 kHz < 2 degrees
Resolution ±50 mA (30 A)
±100 mA (300 A)
Load impedance > 10 k Ohms and ≤100 pF
Conductor position sensitivity ±1.5% relative to centre reading
Frequency range (small signal) DC to 20 kHz (- 3 dB)
Phase shift below 1 kHz < 2 degrees
Temperature coefficient ±0.1% of reading / °C
Power supply 9 V Alkaline, MN1604/PP3
Battery life 30 Hours, low battery indicator
Working voltage (see Safety Standards section) 300 V ACRMS or DC
General Characteristics
Maximum conductor size 19 mm diameter
Output connection Safety BNC connector
Supplied with safety 4mm adaptor
Output zero Manual adjust via thumbwheel
Cable length 2 metres
Operating temperature range -10 to +50 °C
Storage temperature range (with battery removed) -20 to +85 °C
Operating humidity 15% to 85% (non-condensing)
Weight 250 g
Safety Standards
BS EN 61010-1 2001
BS EN 61010-2-032 2002
BS EN 61010-031 2002
300 VRMS, Category III, Pollution Degree 2  
Note Use of the probe on un-insulated conductors is limited to 300 V ACRMS or DC and frequencies below 1 kHz
EMC standards BS EN 612361998 +A1, A2, and A3

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