If all you care about is limiting total ink you could use one of the US uncoated paper profiles, but profiles also handle the accuracy of color conversions so if the press conditions don't match the profile you could get an unexpected color appearance. A profile's total ink limit is only honored when it's used in a conversion—RGB to CMYK or CMYK to CMYK.
Oke, and is there some software to measure the CYMK Profile how high it is?
You can do it in Photoshop or InDesign.
In Photoshop set your Color Settings’ Working CMYK space to the profile you want to check, open your Info panel and set one of the eyedroppers to Total Ink (click on the black triangle to get a drop down). Set your foreground color to default black (0|0|0 RGB) and sample it. Here I can see US Sheetfed has a total ink of 350%. 300% plus usually is only a problem for uncoated sheets where the drying time might be longer :
If you want predictable results and...
A) You're sending your file to a printer/publication that requires an ink limit of 280%, ask them to supply you with an appropriate profile.
B) You're the printer, you'll need to profile your press, specifying a 280% ink limit, using expensive profiling hardware and software.