Fluke clamp current meters have 2 features that seem similar: peak and in-rush. The older models have Max (some: Peak). The recent advent in Fluke clamps is "In-rush".
How do these differ? Isn't in-rush current the short, max current at motor-turn on? Shouldn't meters with a Max feature capture this accurately?
Compare, for example, my old Fluke 36 (Max):
and the 334 (In-Rush):
(click "Explore" then "Selection Guide").
How do Max & In-rush differ? Only in the marketing department? Or is there a real-world difference?