• Fluke VT02 Visual IR Thermometer

    This video reviews the Fluke VT02 Visual IR Thermometer and how it is used. Fluke has created a new category for the Fluke VT02: Visual IR Thermometer.
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  • Episode 66 Fluke 289 First Look & Part 1 of review

    Part one of a two part series on the Fluke 289. This video is my first look and impression of the meter and some basic meter functionality testing.
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  • How to identify the right time to maintain your machines

    Start your proactive maintenance now with the Fluke 805 FC Vibration Meter: just push the tester against the machine and get a repeatable pass/fail result within a few seconds!

    Get more information about the Fluke 805FC Vibration meter: http://bit.ly/2sSR6b0
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  • Compressed Air Leak Detection with Fluke's ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager

    How much could you save if you could see sound?

    With the Fluke ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager, quickly pinpoint compressed air, gas and vacuum leaks– the invisible energy thief.

    Did you know that compressed air leaks can account for 40 % of wasted electricity? Detecting air leaks has been time-consuming and tedious–until now. Finally, a better way to save on compressed air systems.

    The Fluke ii900 is an acoustic camera that can see the sound a leak produces, even from a distance, even in noisy industrial environments.

    Learn more: https://www.comtest.co.za/Products/Product-Details/fluke-ii900-sonic-industrial-imager
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  • When do I use a Digital Multimeter vs a Clamp Meter? | Fluke Pro Tips

    Fluke Product Manager, Jessie Zhang, walks through when it is the right time to use a digital multimeter versus a clamp meter. The two products offer different features and should be used in different situations.

    A digital multimeter is a test tool used to measure two or more electrical values—principally voltage (volts), current (amps) and resistance (ohms). It is a standard diagnostic tool for technicians in the electrical/electronic industries.

    A clamp meter is an electrical test tool that combines a basic digital multimeter with a current sensor. Clamps measure current. Probes measure voltage. Having a hinged jaw integrated into an electrical meter allows technicians to clamp the jaws around a wire, cable or other conductors at any point in an electrical system, then measure current in that circuit without disconnecting/de-energizing it.
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  • The Importance of Battery Testers | Fluke Pro Tips

    Fluke Pro, Jason Axelson explains why early identification of battery failure helps keep your assets as well as your company up and running.

    Use a battery tester to measure voltage, internal resistance and strap resistance to find indications of early-stage battery failure or installation problems.

    Key measurements – Internal battery resistance, dc and ac voltage, dc and ac current, ripple voltage, frequency and temperature.

    Sequence measurement mode – Automatic or manual sequence testing of battery strings with automatic measurement storage including voltage, resistance, and temperature (with BTL21 intelligent test probe), eliminating the need to press a button each time measurement needs to be saved.

    Comprehensive logging – All measured values are automatically captured during testing and can be reviewed on the instrument before downloading for on-the-go analysis.
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  • Keeping the World Up and Running - Homer's Story

    Not everyone starts their day with a multimeter in hand, but many start it with a jolt of caffeine.

    Here's an inside look at how Homer Chaney, Coffee Equipment Technician based in Nashville, TN, keeps the coffee world up and running with Fluke tools.
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  • Fluke: Tools You Can Trust

    Everett Engineering, a premier Northwest machine shop, is known for its ingenuity. "We're a do anything company," says Paul Visocky, QA Manager. From building a haul-out system for barges in Alaska to repairing railroad bridge parts. He and his team use a dozen different Fluke tools. They trust each one to perform, safely and reliably, every time, despite rain, grinding dust, or accidental drops onto concrete.
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  • Fluke Diagnostic Videoscopes for Industrial Inspections

    Industrial inspections require a powerful diagnostic videoscope designed to stand up to the dirtiest, most harsh environments.

    Fluke Diagnostic Videoscopes put high-resolution images in the palm of your hand.
    • High definition probe with dual-view camera
    • Processing speeds that render a smooth, clear, consistent image
    • 7” LCD screen for easy viewing
    • Macro to micro zoom function
    • Adjustable lighting to capture the best image

    Fluke DS701 Diagnostic Videoscope:
    Rugged, industrial 800 x 600 resolution diagnostic videoscope with dual view probe. Inspection camera with 7” LCD screen for accurate diagnostics in difficult to reach spaces. Adjustable LED lighting and digital zoom for quality images. Up is Up® technology rotates the display screen to allow for appropriate image display, regardless of the orientation of the probe (8.5 millimeter, 1.2 meter probe only). Intuitive user interface with easy to navigate button technology.

    Fluke DS703 FC High-Resolution Diagnostic Videoscope with Fluke Connect®:
    Rugged, high-definition industrial 1280 x 720 resolution diagnostic videoscope with Wi-Fi capability. 7” capacitive touch screen for accurate diagnostics in difficult to reach spaces. 720p video recording inspection camera. Adjustable LED lighting and digital zoom for quality images. Up is Up® technology rotates the display screen to allow for appropriate image display, regardless of the orientation of the probe (8.5 millimeter, 1.2 meter probe only).

    Save time with the Fluke Connect® system:
    Wirelessly sync images directly from your videoscope to the Fluke Connect® system, and attach to an asset record or work order. Having access to maintenance records simultaneously at the inspection site and from the office or an off-site location enables faster decision making and real-time collaboration between team members. You can also live stream images or videos from your Scope to a smartphone or PC.
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  • Fluke PQ400 Three Phase Electrical Measurement Window

    Introducing the Fluke PQ400 Electrical Measurement Window— the safer, easier way to make three-phase power quality measurements.

    The Fluke PQ400 Electrical Measurement Window is a permanently installed interface that allows you to make three phase measurement connections on energized panels, without opening the panel door. Once installed, the PQ400 Electrical Measurement Window gives you access to critical power quality and energy data while decreasing testing time and helping you to maintain safety.

    Use the PQ400 Electrical Measurement Window to reduce the risk of arc flash and electrocution when making power quality and energy measurements, increasing the safety of your personnel and reducing the need for supplemental personal protective equipment. With permanently connected voltage and current sensors located inside the electrical panel you can make power quality and energy measurements using the external access points all without opening the panel door. Three phase voltage, current, neutral and ground connects are designed to cover most measurement scenarios, and with full 360-degree rotation you can install the PQ400 window in whichever orientation you choose.
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  • Spectrum analyser demo on the MDO-2000E

    MDO-2000E series is equipped with a dual channel 25 MHz arbitrary waveform generator.
    We could utilize arbitrary waveform generator to output waveforms and conduct frequency domain analysis by the built-in spectrum analyzer.
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