On March 4th each year, people all over the globe celebrate World Engineering Day. It’s a day that reminds us of all the great things engineers have done to get us to where we are today. That’s a lot of things when you think about it.
Fluke is offering the Fluke 750 Series Documenting Process Calibrators, specifically designed for process professionals in the gas and oil refining; chemical production; pulp and paper; food and beverage; water-wastewater industries.
Fluke is offering the Fluke 1551A Ex and 1552A EX “Stik” Thermometers, engineered to give temperature calibration specialists the durable, intrinsically-safe digital instrument they need for precision temperature calibration.
Fluke IRR1-SOL Irradiance Meter, designed from the ground up to simplify installation, commissioning, and trouble-shooting of photovoltaic arrays, measuring irradiance, temperature, inclination and direction of the solar array in one handheld tool
Fluke’s 393 FC thin-jaw clamp meter with iFlex, 1500V, CATIII, IP54 rated, providing exceptional safety for DC environments up to 1500 volts, like solar arrays, wind power, electric railways, and data-centre battery banks for UPS.
Fluke’s 377 FC and Fluke 378 FC non-contact voltage True-RMS AC/DC clamp meters, to minimise the risk of electrical shock when electricians make live voltage measurements.
Fluke’s ii910 Precision Acoustic Imager, is specifically designed for high voltage electricians, electrical test engineers, and grid maintenance teams for constant inspection and maintenance of power distribution and industrial high voltage equipment.
Dedicated energy logger for performing energy surveys and load studies
The highly accurate Fluke 572-2, high temperature, infrared thermometer for extreme heat conditions over long distances that measures between -30°C to 900°C with ±1% accuracy.
The Fluke 709 and Fluke 709H mA loop calibrators, specifically designed to save time and produce high-quality results. These calibrators are built around a user-friendly interface with a Quick-Set rotary encoder knob. This tool reduces the time it takes to measure, or source, current and power up a loop. The protective holster easily fits into a technician’s hand and the large backlit display is easy to read, even in dark, cramped worked areas.