• Resistance Standard IET Labs SRX/SRC Series

    At under $600 for most values, the IET SRX and SRC series are cost effective yet high performing, stable laboratory or portable resistance standards. The SRX and SRC series are available in 35 resistance values ranging from 1 Milli-Ohm to 1 point 9 Tera-Ohms. Custom values are available to satisfy any requirement.

    The performance of these precision standards far surpasses what you would expect for the cost. In the mid range, the resistance value is stable to better than 10 P P M per year, and the temperature coefficient is less than 1 P P M per degree C. As an example, a 100 Ohm standard will change less than 1 Milli-Ohm per year

    Each SRX and SRC standard comes with an I S O 17-0-2-5 calibration certificate, indicating uncertainties and the actual readings of the resistor.

    Ruggedness and small size make the S R X and S R C Series ideal for any application outside a laboratory environment. Because of the low temperature coefficient, they require no oil bath.

    It is possible to maintain these resistance standards indefinitely. Calibration cost is so reasonable that many labs have found it more cost effective to acquire S R X and S R C resistors and put them on very long calibration cycles rather than purchase low cost loose resistors that require frequent calibrations.

    These standards will work at very high currents and voltages. Additionally, they can be custom ordered with current ratings of more than 20 amps and voltage ratings more than 10 Kill-ah-watts.

    This is just another example of IET's commitment--unique in the industry--of providing the customers exactly what they need to satisfy their requirement, even in an economical product.

    For detailed specifications, on the S R X and S R A series please consult our datasheet. (As in HARS video 1:38 Show Datasheet on Website)

    If the S R X and S R C resistors do not meet your needs, IET offers 15 other families of decade resistors and standards. Specifically, if you are looking for higher performing Resistance Standards consider the S R X 1 or the S R L series

    With a simple phone call or email, we can expedite the selection process and help you find the best model for your application and budget.
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  • 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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  • Fluke Ninja Web Spot

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  • Fluke 62 Max IR Thermomoter

    Fluke 62 Max+ IR Thermometer - Infrared thermometers you can handle without care.
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  • Laser Distance Meter - Fluke Industrial

    http://sierra-media.com We have a new Fluke product video presenting Fluke's Laser Distance Meter. The LDM features the ability to test the distance between two separate locations. This tool belt essential can help you get the job done more efficiently in many different situations. The video shows the product's durability, by being thrown and dropped by different people in each scene. This video also creates the sense of ease by featuring the whole video dialogue free, leaving only the use of each scene to explain the product.
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  • Multimeter review / buyers guide: Fluke 381 Clamp Meter with iFlex

    A list of my multimeters can be purchased here:
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    This is a review of a Fluke 381 Clamp Meter with iFlex. I demonstrate its versatility with the detachable remote display and the iFlex current clamp in a household distribution board.

    Fluke 381 Remote Display True-rms AC/DC Clamp Meter with iFlex™

    * Wireless technology allows the display to be carried up to 30 ft. away from the point of measurement for added flexibility without interference with measurement accuracy
    * The removable magnetic display can be conveniently mounted where it is easily seen
    * iFlex flexible current probe expands the measurement range to 2500 A ac
    * CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V
    * Integrated low pass filter and state of the art signal processing allows for use in noisy electrical environments while providing stable readings
    * Proprietary inrush measurement technology to filter out noise and capture motor starting current exactly as the circuit protection sees it
    * Ergonomic design fits in your hand and can be used while wearing protective equipment
    * Radio transmitter automatically sets the correct measurement range so you do not need to change the switch positions while taking a measurement
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  • Multimeter review / buyers guide: Fluke 28-II

    A list of my multimeters can be purchased here:
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    This is a review of the Fluke 28-II. This is Fluke's industrial true RMS digital

    multimeter with 6000 and 20 000 count resolution. It is also IP67 rated (waterproof and dustproof).

    A list of my multimeters can be purchased here:
    http://astore.amazon.com/m0711-20?_encoding=UTF8&node=5

    I introduce the Fluke 381 AC DC Clamp Meter with detachable, remote display & iFlex™

    flexible current probes. To be reviewed soon.
    Thanks to Comtest (www.comtest.co.za) for the loan of this Fluke 28-II.

    Other equipment used in the review:
    Fluke 287 / 289
    Thurlby Thandar PL303 precision linear 30V 3A compact variable power supply
    Fluke 115
    Fluke TL175 TwistGuard™ Test Leads
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  • Multimeter Hi Res digit rounding....or not.

    A list of my multimeters can be purchased here:
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    In this video I demonstrate how some multimeters with a Hi Res (high resolution) mode round the last digit when switching back to a low resolution mode. In essence they just "hide" the last digit which is not the correct way they should handle this.

    Equipment used:

    * Brymen TBM867 / BM867
    * ISO-Tech IDM207
    * Fluke 87-V

    Thanks to Comtest for the loan of the Fluke 87-V: www.comtest.co.za
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  • How to use a multimeter for advanced measurements: Part 1 - Diodes

    Multimeter tutorial - This series of videos is a tutorial on how to use a digital multimeter for beginners. It will also explain the basics of electricity and address some safety issues.
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    This video explains how diodes work and how to use a multimeter to test / trouble shoot them.

    Thanks to Comtest South Africa for the loan of the Fluke 87V - www.comtest.co.za

    Other equipment / topics covered in this video:

    * Fluke 87-V True RMS digital multimeter
    * Zener diodes
    * Light emitting diodes / LEDS
    * Forward bias
    * Reverse bias
    * voltage reference
    * current shunt / current clamp
    * conductance / Siemens
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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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