UEI DL235 True RMS Clamp-On AC and DC AMPS Volts Meter

UEI DL235 True RMS Clamp-On AC and DC Meter AMPS 800 and Volts 600
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  • Item #: UEI DL235
  • Manufacturer: UEI
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: DL235
  • Condition: New
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True RMS Clamp-On AC and DC Meter

AMPS 800 and Volts 600


The DL235 combines the speed and versatility of a high resolution analog

display with the precision of a digital meter. This meter measures the

True RMS value of Alternating Current (AC) over from 0.3A to 700A. AC

measurements are from 10 Hz to 1 KHz and frequency measurements are

from 0.5 Hz to 10 KHz.


Clamp meters that measure average current flow are inaccurate for

non-linear currents and their measurements may have some differences

from those obtained using this meter.


The DL235 can also measure frequency while measuring current flow

simultaneously. AC and DC voltages and resistances can be measured

and also continuity check is possible with this meter.


The DL235 True RMS Clamp-On takes the mystery out of electrical diagnostics. Identify harmonics with the SOFT/CREST features or simultaneously monitor current and frequency. High scales and broad bandwidth give you the ability to tame today's tough electrical problems. Five year limited warranty.


Features include

• True RMS

• Soft mode reduces fluctuations in amp

• Crest mode will display 1/2 wave peak

• MIN/MAX record

Product Functions

  • True RMS
  • 800 Amps AC and DC
  • 600 Volts AC and DC
  • Resistance to 4 kilohms
  • Continuity
  • Frequency to 10 kilohertz
  • Auto or manual ranging
  • Soft mode smooths amp, frequency or voltage readings
  • Crest mode displays 1/2 wave peak to calculate crest factor
  • MIN/MAX record
  • 2 1/6” jaw capacity
  • CE and UL listed CAT II
  • 5 Year limited warranty

·         Ruggedized to withstand a 10’ drop

·         3-3/4 digit 4000 count LCD display

·         Auto or manual ranging

·         Data hold

·         Low battery indication

·         Auto power off



Product Includes

  • Test Leads (ATL55)
  • Screw On Alligator Clips (AAC3)
  • Battery (9V)
  • Holster


Safety Notes


Before using this meter, read all safety information carefully. In this manual the word "WARNING" is used to indicate conditions or actions that may pose physical hazards to the user. The word "CAUTION" is used to indicate conditions or actions that may damage this instrument.




Exceeding the specified limits of this meter is dangerous and can expose the user to serious or possibly fatal injury.


• DO NOT attempt to measure any voltage that exceeds 600 volts with this meter - UEi offers numerous alternatives for measuring high voltage and current


• Voltages above 60 volts DC or 25 volts AC may constitute a serious shock hazard


• DO NOT attempt to use this meter if either the meter or the test leads have been damaged. Send unit in for repair by a qualified repair facility


• Test leads must be fully inserted prior to taking measurements


• Always turn off power to a circuit (or assembly) under test before cutting, un-soldering or breaking the current path. Even small amounts of current can be dangerous


• Always disconnect the live test lead before disconnecting the common test lead from a circuit

• When measuring high voltage, disconnect the power source before making test lead connections. Connect the test leads to the meter first then to the circuit under test. Reapply power

• If any of the following indications occur during testing, turn off the power source to the circuit under test:

• Arcing

• Flame

• Smoke

• Extreme Heat

• Smell of Burning Materials

• Discoloration or Melting of Components

• Read the safety precautions associated with the equipment being tested and seek assistance or advice when performing unfamiliar tasks.

• Keep your fingers away from the test lead metal probe contacts and bus-bars when making measurements - Always grip the instrument and test-leads behind the hand guards (molded into the probes)

• In the event of electrical shock, ALWAYS bring the victim to the emergency room for evaluation, regardless of the victim’s apparent recovery - Electrical shock can cause an unstable heart rhythm that may need medical attention