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Hey guys. After a little advice on dc clamp meters. Need to get one for measuring direct currents (mainly for pv systems). I don't want to buy too cheap and regret it but does anyone have any reviews on this piece of kit http://www.electriciansforums.co.uk...amp-meters/alphatek-tek-632-mini-clamp-meter/

Seems a lot cheaper then others on the market but I can see why they may have come down in price in the last 12/24 months. If no good does anyone have any recommendation?

Thanks in advance, joe.
 
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I bought a tenma one compact unit measure ac and dc current and frequency,also has a zero function and a data hold button got it from cpc paid about £100 but dead reliable.
 
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The two most popular clamp meters that we sell for solar application are the Kewtech KT203 & the Metrel MD9230.

The main difference is that the Metrel clamp meter is rated at 1000A (DC), where as the Kewtech is rated at 400A (DC). This obviously means that the Metrel has a bigger jaw (CT). They will both also be able to measure open circuit voltage with the supplied test leads.

We can offer you 5% discount as a forum member if you enter the code ELECFORUM into the checkout stage of our website.

Good luck!
 
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