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Is there such thing as a good clamp meter for 30 quid? or there abouts.
 
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12345aob

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Fluke T5 £80 ish great meter.
 
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DanBrown

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Fluke T5 £80 ish great meter.


If you check here one of these might be of some use.
Maplin > Clamp Meters
For me i'd try and save a little and get a decent one, like the Fluke t5-1000 or the T5-600 that is a little cheaper. You pay for what you get end of day.
 
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Is there such thing as a good clamp meter for 30 quid? or there abouts.


Not really for £30 to be honest. There is a slightly cheaper option then the Fluke T5, the 321~ £65 AC only or the 322~£75 AC/DC!
T5 is the best multi meter although sometimes it is hard for the fork assessing the phase conductor. You could also buy the Kewtech KT200 for around £50 – not quite shore if it is a good one.
 
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Agree with Dan on this one the Fluke T5 is a great meter. I wouldn't waste your money on a cheap meter.
 
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