December 14, 2010
- Extech Instruments Recalls Digital Clamp and Multimeters due to Electrocution Hazard
This recall involves Extech digital clamp meters with model numbers EX612, EX613, EX622 and EX623 and multimeters with model numbers EX540, EX542 and EX570. “Extech” and the model number can be found on the front of the product and the serial number on the rear. Serial numbers that begin with "A" are not included in the recall.
March 11, 2010
- Noncontact Electrical Tester Recalled by Fluke Due to Shock or Burn Hazard
The Fluke voltage testers look like a pen with a yellow, white and gray body. The testers measure 90 to 1000 volts alternating current (VAC). “Fluke” and the model number are printed on the front of each unit. The recall involves Fluke 1AC-A1-I VoltAlert® tester with the following model and item numbers:
May 15, 2009
- Digital Clamp Meters Recalled by Fluke Due to Shock Hazard
This recall involves Fluke Digital Clamp Meters with model and serial numbers listed below. The model number may be followed by an “A.”
March 15, 2007
- Amprobe Recalls Clamp Meters Due to Shock Hazard
Only Amprobe brand digital clamp meter models ACD-10PRO, ACD-10 TRMS-PRO, ACD-14 and ACD-14TRMS, except those model numbers followed by "FX" or "PLUS," are included in the recall. "Amprobe" and the model numbers are printed on the front of the units. These clamp meters measure 0 to 600 volts alternating current (VAC), and 0 to 600 volts direct current (VDC). In addition, they measure 0 to 400 amps alternating current. The tester body is red and grey and measures 7-1/2 inches in length by 2-1/2 inches in width by 1-1/4 inches thick.
May 3, 2004
- Fluke Corp. Recall of Electrical Testing Components
August 19, 2002
- Digital Multimeters Recall by Fluke Corp
August 1, 2002
- Electrical Testing Meters Recalled by Greenlee Textron Inc.
June 19, 2001
- Fluke Corp. Recall of Electrical Testers
November 9, 1999
- Electrical Testers Recalled by Fluke
February 2, 1981
- Kits For Electrical Test Meters Recalled by Radio Shack