CA-60 AC/DC mA Current Clamp Transmitter Product ID: CA-60

1. This miniature clamp meter features two Hall effect sensors

2. For use with any multimeter with 200mV or/and 2V ranges for the direct readout input impedance of at least 1M ohm.

3. High conversion factor for low DC and AC mA measurement.

4. With the small jaw size it can fit into a tight space in a circuit panel or wire bundle to take the reading

5. The high-frequency response at 20 kHz is useful for waveform monitoring on an oscilloscope.

6. Zero adjustments is made easy by just pushing the ZERO button.

7. It is best for locating small signals, industrial control, battery leakage, and automotive usage


  • CA-60 Specifications:
    • 0 ~ 60 Amp DC or AC
    • 9mm 3/8 " Conductor jaw opening capability, fits tight space
    • Transformer ratio: 10:1, 100:1
    • One mV/10mA or one mV/100mA conversion
    • Frequency response to 20 kHz
    • Accuracy:
    • DC A : +/- 1.5% ACA : +/- 2% (40Hz ~ 2K Hz)
    • AC A: +/- 4% ( 2K ~ 10KHz)
    • AC A: +/- 6% ( 10K ~ 20K Hz)
    • Output: 1mV/ 10mA, 1mV/ 100mA
    • Monitor small signal, waveform and leakage
    • Size: 7.7"" x 2.8"" x 1.3""
    • Safety: Designed to meet IEC 100-1 , IEC 1010-2-032 CE
    • Cable length : 
      The cable length is a curled wire of 2.63 Feet (80 cm ), and the extension can be 4.3 Feet ( 130 cm ) approx.
  • CA-06 Adapter (Option)
    • BNC- Female 4mm Banana post adapter for receiving Signal output from CA-60 and able to be monitored by oscilloscope.

Optional accessory:

Use LF-180 and TL-19 together to connect CA-60 with any oscilloscope

to monitor low-frequency signals.

LF-180 BNC Probe- 4mm Male Banaba connector TL-19 Female 4mm to Female 4mm socket for connecting 4mm Banana male Jack
Break down parts for connecting LF-180 + TL-19 With CA-60 Connecting CA-60 with LF-180 + TL-19
 Q 1.   I am contacting you regarding a question about the CA-60  Clamp meter manual. 
The manual states that The 1mV/10mA range for both AC & DC is rated to 
DC, 10ma to 20A; AC, 10mA to 10A & 10A to 15A.

The problem is  Step 3 of the Application Procedures states that if the current is to be measured 
 greater than 2A,  the range is set to the 1mV/100mA range.
Is this a typo on the Application procedure on the “100mA”?  

Answer:  Thank you for your inquiry.
Examples are as follows:
In 1mV/10mA range: 1mV=10mA, then 100mV=1000mA= 1A

If you measure 2A, and the matching meter is  set at 200mV, it will not be able to read out  because it is overloaded, 
unless the matching meter is high precision,  we recommend that the CA-60 switch the range to 1mV/100mA.