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Milwaukee 2235-20 model Clamp Meter

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About the Milwaukee 2235-20

The Milwaukee 2235-20 model Clamp Meter is a part of the Test and Measurement Series. This meter is a heavy-duty, True-RMS electrical current tester that has been made for professional, residential, commercial, and industrial applications. This meter comes with an electrical test lead set (red and black), (2) AAA batteries, and an instruction manual.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 2235-20
Shipping Dimensions 5.9" x 10.5" x 1.5"
Weight 1.50 lbs.

Product Features

  • Black on White Display with Backlight for easier reading
  • Built-In LED Work Light
  • CAT III 600V for increased safety
  • M-Pact common valve system
  • Rugged over-molding increases durability and user grip
  • Thin Jaw Profile for easier wire measurement in panels or in bundles
  • True-RMS for accurate measurement in all applications
  • Wide Voltage range to 600 AC/DC volts



Rated 2 out of 5 based on 1 reviews

Pretty good for the price point Rated 2 by Anonymous
I'm a maintenance engineer for a large production plant and in charge of all tool purchases, this is not the first time i've purchased or used an amp probe multimeter. milwaukee has really stepped up their game and diversified their market. they are not just power tools anymore. i would normally buy the brand that is synonymous with electrical tools but thought i'd give milwaukee a shot this time. it's not a bad tool for the price point, but i really wish i would have spent another twenty and gotten the brand i've been using for years. the probes have to be disconnected to use the amp clamp, but the unit doesn't come with a case, a cord wrap, or anything so i'm sure these leads are going to get left somewhere when i'm using the amperage feature. yeah, it's got an LED worklight, but nowadays what doesn't have a small LED? backlit screen, not really a selling point, if i'm somewhere that dark, i usually have work lamps. the body of the meter doesn't even have a holder for one of the leads so you can poke around and read the meter at the same time, and it hasn't got a magnet either... which is offered by their leading competitor in units half this price. so all in all, i'm going to give it a try, the amp probe seems a little buggy in it's readings when i can get one. this will probably get returned in exchange for the leading brand. good try milwaukee, you're close but you need a little refinement.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

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