When using my Clamp meter, i notice that it had a range in the upper 90's instead of 120 on a 14 ga - 15 amp circuit breaker. Is that low or is it because i have close to 20 duplex outlets (for now connected to it-planning to change that). Mostly tv and a computer and outlets and lights. Is that common? And if not why am i getting in the high 90's? Or should you always get between 110-120? Second questions should there be any voltage in traveler wires in a 3 way 14 ga 15 amp circuit connecting two lights?
Larry from the online info on this meter
Klein Tools CL600 is an automatically ranging true root mean square (TRMS) digital clamp-meter that measures AC current via the clamp, and measures AC/DC voltage, resistance, continuity, and tests diodes via test-leads.
Do you see that the clamp is for AC current measurement. The clamp cannot give a voltage reading. Voltage reading is by the probes.