I have a Fluke 115 meter. You can measure amps on it using 2 plugs ,one for milliamps and the other is labeled 10A fused.
Does that mean you will blow the fuse if you are over 10 amps at all DC?
Also ,I want to measure the amps on a damaged solar panel. It has 9 amps at best and I expect to lose about 25% power due to the cracked
face on it and that I plan to put trim around it to hide the worst damage.That will block several rows of the 20 rows it has. BUt its still useful for 12v applications and in fact would probably still run a DC pump which will operate on 14-30v DC.
But they say you always measure amps times 1.4.
I can measure it just using the pos and neg with the panel in full sun,yes? WOuld you think it would be ok?
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