I had a couple of them - neither worked well. When I tried to return the last one, was told they were no linger stocked. Might be better to break the wire and insert a conventional ammeter. (I assume you're measuring DC like in a automotive/tractor application.
For AC there are numerous clamp-on ammeters available on eBay, other sources, probably most home improvement stores.
Re: Electric current tester in reply to RayP(MI), 11-27-2012 16:59:12
You can get DC clamp meters.. they just cost more. cheap ac clamps can be 10$.. many dc clamps are on more industrial grade meters that could be int he 150-600$ range.. though I believe craftsman 82369 may be the cheapest at 60$ IIRC.
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