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FLIR CM55 & CM57 3,000A Flexible Clamp Meters

The FLIR CM55 is an ergonomic tool designed to simplify difficult current measurements. Made with a narrow, 10-inch (25.4cm) or 18-inch (45.72 cm) flexible coil clamp, the CM55/CM57 lets you easily take measurements in tight or awkward spots— a difficult task with a traditional hard jaw clamp. With Bluetooth® communication for remote viewing and data transfer to iOS® and Android™ devices via the FLIR Tools Mobile app, you can analyze and share data fast right from the jobsite.
  • TAKE MEASUREMENTS IN TIGHT SPOTS

    Snake the flexible coil clamp around obstacles with ease, even in deep, crowded cabinets.

  • EASY INSPECTION AND NAVIGATION

    Made with bright, dual-LED worklights to illuminate dark cabinets, built to withstand a 3-meter drop, portable, lightweight, and tangle-firee, the CM55 and CM57 were designed with your convenience in mind without compromising measurement range. Made with bright, dual-LED worklights to illuminate dark cabinets, built to withstand a 3-meter drop, portable, lightweight, and tangle-firee, the CM55 and CM57 were designed with your convenience in mind without compromising measurement range.

  • SAFE, REMOTE VIEWING

    Transfer data to iOS and Android devices with FLIR Tools. Multiple units wirelessly connect for remote viewing of multiphase systems.

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