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Topic Title: Fluke T6
Topic Summary: How can this work??
Created On: 02 October 2017 06:23 PM
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 Fluke T6   - Electutor - 02 October 2017 06:23 PM  
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Electutor

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Joined: 24 October 2016

Has any one seen the new Fluke T6 open jaw? The question I have is that the manufactures claim you can accurately measure Voltage simply by using the tongs. I have no idea how this is possiable. Any one know the principles of operation? I under stand how current is measured but the idea of measuring voltage at one point in the circuit is beyond me. Let alone how this can be achieved by the use of an open jaw clamp.
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