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KYORITSU 2033 AC/DC 300 Amp Clampmeter



  • The smallest clampmeter in the Kyoritsu range capable of AC and DC current measurements.
  • 300 Amp auto ranging has minimum resolution of
    0.01A AC/DC.
  • Auto-zero function to allow one touch zero adjustment.
  • Included Accessories: Two (2) type LR44 1.5V Alkaline Batteries, Instruction Manual and Carrying Case.
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KYORITSU 2033 Specification:
AC Current


0A to 40A
20A to 200A
200A to 300A
50/60Hz ±1% of rdg ±4 dgts
±1.5% of rdg ±4 dgts
±3.5% of rdg
0A to 40A
20A to 200A
200A to 300A
20Hz to 1kHz ±2.5% of rdg ±4 dgts
±2.5% of rdg ±4 dgts
±4.0% of rdg
DC Current 0A to 40A
20A to 200A
200A to 300A
±1% of rdg ±4 dgts
±1.5% of rdg ±4 dgts
±3.0% of rdg
Conductor Size 24mm maximum
Safety Standard IEC 61010-1 CAT III 300V
IEC 61010-2-032
Frequency Response DC, 20Hz to 1kHz
Withstand Voltage 3700V AC for 1 minute
Power Source Two (2) type ‘AA’ LR44 Alkaline 1.5V batteries
Dimensions 147mm (L) x 59mm (W) x 25mm (D)
Weight 100g approx.


Note : ◇During current measurement, keep the KYORITSU 2033 transformer jaws fully closed. Otherwise,accurate measurement cannot be made. The maximum measurable conductor size is approx. 24mm in diameter. ◇Unlike in DC current measurement, zero adjustment is not necessary in AC current measurement. There is no polarity in the reading either.

KYORITSU 2033 Sleep Function.

This is a function to prevent the instrument from being left powered on in order to conserve battery life. This function causes the instrument to go into the Sleep (powered-down) mode about 5 minutes after the last switch or button operation. To exit the Sleep mode, turn the Function Selector switch back to “OFF”, then to any other position, or press any button.


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