I want to measure the current to a device using a current camp. I have a mains extension cable I plug the device in and I strip the mains extension cable to reveal the live, neutral and ground wires. I then clamp the current clamp around the live wire. All fine.
I'm thinking that maybe there are commercial extension cables with the 3 wires pre-exposed (albeit in their own insulation) so I don't have to strip myself? I've tried searching but I'm not sure what those cables would be called or if there are other solutions? My main concern is with the safety of the DIY solution because I have to provide it to others.