The 729 series automatic pressure calibrator simplifies the calibration process by automatically generating precise test pressures.
Fluke’s ScopeMeter 190 Series is a family of four-channel scopes designed to meet growing need for portable oscilloscopes in harsh environments
The Fluke 2052 Advanced and 2062 Advanced Pro Wire Tracers accurately and safely troubleshoot energized and de-energized wires in residential, commercial and industrial environments up to CAT IV 600 V — the highest protection available on any wire tracer. The Fluke Wire Tracers feature different modes and functions to give electricians the flexibility to troubleshoot a wide range of electrical wiring and circuitry problems. They are designed to protect electricians from the most dangerous levels of transient overvoltage — spikes up to 8,000 V — that can occur in industrial and utility environments like industrial plants, factories and hospitals where critical equipment cannot be taken offline. The patented Smart Sensor™ technology (available only on the Fluke 2062) makes wire tracing faster and easier. It locates and displays energized wires within walls, floors and ceilings on a high-resolution 3.5-inch color display.
Inspecting large conveyor systems to troubleshoot potential issues can be an inefficient and complex task. The Fluke ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager with the new MecQ Mode allows maintenance technicians to quickly scan large areas and visually pinpoint technical issues before they become critical. With the Fluke ii910, technicians can now see what they can’t hear to easily identify problems across large conveyor systems. Traditional methods such as vibration and airborne ultrasound may be complex and overwhelming.
Misalignment causes at least half of all damage to rotating machinery, but instead of fixing the problem, teams often just treat the symptoms of misalignment by replacing bearings, couplings, and seals because they think alignment takes too long. The new Fluke 831 Laser Shaft Alignment Tool makes shaft alignment easy with an intuitive guided user interface that enables quick and complete shaft alignment without advanced training or complicated programs. While it’s easy to use, the Fluke 831 is still powerful enough for the skilled technician, letting them cover more machines with all the functionality needed on the plant floor — from thermal growth calculations to user defined tolerances and more. The Fluke 831 features: • High performance and precise results • Quick setup and intuitive user interface • Adaptive Alignment • Share data via the cloud .
Calibration technicians are facing increasing workloads with devices that require even more accuracy. The new Fluke Calibration 5560A Multi-Product Calibrator meets the demands of modern workloads by enabling technicians to calibrate more devices with a single calibrator and at a greater accuracy — up to 6.5 digits — than ever before. The 5560A, along with the new 5550A and 5540A calibrators, defines an entirely new class of multi-product electrical calibrator that provides the broadest electrical workload coverage. The 5560A features a new 17.8 centimeter (7-inch) graphical user interface with intuitive menus that are easy to navigate and read.