Fluke equipment helps keep electrical workers out of harm’s way while also cutting, by up to 50%, the time required to work in dangerous arc flash zones.
Businesses worldwide face the dual challenge of rising fuel costs and environmental energy taxes; there has never been a more critical time to focus time and effort on reducing utility costs.
The powerful Fluke 831 Laser simplifies precision shaft alignment and saves thousands in downtime and energy waste by making it practical to align most machines in the facility, not just a select few.
Fluke has recently launched two new wire tracers that simplify the process of tracing and troubleshooting at energised and de-energised wires in residential, commercial and industrial environments with a safety rating of CAT IV 600 V.
Voltage sags, tripping breakers, overheated electrical panels, and excessive voltage levels indicate possible trouble in an electrical distribution system.
Leak detection, Energy Management & Troubleshooting
Fluke interviewed a manufacturer regarding air leaks. This manufacturer literally helps keep the wheels of commerce moving. As one of the world’s foremost aftermarket manufacturers of wheel-services equipment, the company designs, builds, and markets products under trusted and distinguished brands.
Pico Technology announced further development of its PicoScope 6000E Series mixed-signal oscilloscopes (MSOs) with the launch of four new 4-channel models, each configured with 16 optional digital channels.
Poor grounding increases the risk of equipment failure; it is dangerous. Facilities need to have adequately grounded electrical systems so that in the event of a lightning strike, or utility overvoltage, current will find a safe path to earth.
Ideal for 6.5-digit resolution DMMs, Fluke Calibration's 5560A is complemented by the new 5550A (5.5-digit) performance multi-product calibrator and the 5540A (4.5 digit) multi-product calibrator, enabling laboratories to increase accuracy while reducing costs and increasing bench space.