Current clamp TP-CC600

Current clamp TP-CC600

The Current clamp TP-CC600 is a current clamp that will allow your oscilloscope to measure electrical currents up to 600 Ampère AC/DC, with a frequency response up to 400 Hz. When measuring with this current clamp, there is no need to break a closed circuit or to affect the isolation.

The wide jaws allow performing measurements on thick conductors.

For measuring DC current, a simple to operate zero adjust button is available.

To connect the Current clamp TP-CC600 to your oscilloscope, a BNC to banana measure lead is required, which must be ordered separately. For oscilloscopes with differential inputs, the Measure lead TP-C812B is recommended. For oscilloscopes with single-ended inputs the Measure lead TP-BNCI-100 is recommended.

Order code: TP-CC600
EAN: 7423632935978
Price: 100.60

Category: Current Clamps

The table below shows detailed specifications of the Current clamp TP-CC600.


BandwidthDC to 400 Hz (-3dB)
Effective measurement range 
200 A rangeoutput 1 mV/A, 1 V = 1000 A
600 A rangeoutput 0.1 mV/A, 1 V = 10000 A
DC 200 A range±(3% ± 0.6 A)
DC 600 A range±(3.5% ± 3 A)
AC 200 A range±(3.5% ± 0.4 A)
AC 600 A range±(4% ± 4 A)
Output connection2 shrouded 4 mm banana sockets


Captured conductor size30 mm maximum
Weight240 g
Height30 mm (1.2 inch)
Length209 mm (8.2 inch)
Width43 mm (1.7 inch)

Power Requirements

Power indicatorRed LED
Battery typeStandard 9 V IEC 6F22 cell
Low battery indicationRed LED


Operating Temperature0 to 50 °C
Relative Humidity25 to 70%
Storage Temperature-20 to 60 °C
Relative Humidity25 to 80%

Certifications and Compliances

CE mark complianceYes

The Current clamp TP-CC600 is delivered with:

1 Current clamp TP-CC600

Current clamp TP-CC600 user manual1.3English293.49 kB download


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