Fluke Corporation Recalls Digital Clamp Meters
Everett, Wash. (Manufacturing.net) — Fluke Corporation is voluntarily recalling certain Digital Clamp Meters because the printed circuit assembly inside these units may not be properly fastened to the test lead input jack. According to the company, this may result in inaccurate voltage readings, including a low- or no-voltage reading on an energized circuit. This may present a shock, electrocution or thermal burn hazard.
The Digital Clamp Meters were manufactured between September 1, 2010 and October 31, 2012. The following products are part of the recall: certain 373, 374, 375 and 376 Digital Clamp Meters. The voluntary recall includes models with the serial numbers listed in the table below. Any serial number preceded or followed by the letter “R” is not affected by this recall notice.
Starting Serial Number
Ending Serial Number
Sept 2010 – Feb 2011
Sept 2010 – Mar 2011
Oct 2010 – Feb 2011
Oct 2010 – Oct 2012
Fluke says any users who own one of these clamp meters should stop using it immediately. Users can contact Fluke at www.fluke.com/37x-recall, or call 877-564-7180 to report a defective product. After providing information, Fluke will sent a postage-paid mailing envelope within two business days. Use this envelope to return your clamp meter (but not any other test leads, boxes or manuals that came with the clamp meter) for repair. Once repaired, the meter will be returned via mail.
Founded in 1948, Fluke Corporation is the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools. Fluke customers are technicians, engineers, electricians, and metrologists who install, troubleshoot and manage industrial, electrical and electronic equipment and calibration processes. http://www.fluke.com