Sep 23, 2013 - 02:39 PM
The kit comes with what you see in the product photo, which does not include a low amp current probe. The scope itself does not have an "amp spec" as it measures voltage (what the current probe emits in reference to the current flow through the cirucit being tested). So, in that case the uScope's amperage measurement range is virtually unlimited. As an example, many low amp current probes output 100mV for every amp. If you were to scope a fuel pump that is drawing 7 amps, the output of the probe would be 700mV. The uScope would draw a current waveform at 700mV which you can translate to amperage.
HTH. Later, Matt.