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Digital Multimeters

Digital Multimeter

Find Little Problems Before They Become Big Ones.

The industrial meter for demanding users.

New diagnostic functionality for maximizing productivity in the plant. The new 289 is the next generation high performance industrial logging multimeter designed to solve complex problems in electronics, plant automation, power distribution, and electro-mechanical equipment. With the ability to log data and review it graphically on-screen, you can solve problems faster and help minimize downtime. Let the new 289 be your watchdog for systems or processes while you are off solving other problems.

Be sure to also check out the Fluke 287 True-rms Electronics Logging Multimeter with TrendCapture designed for electronics professionals.

Maximize productivity with the combined Fluke 289 and FlukeView forms combo kit. With built-in data logger and TrendCapture capability, the 289 helps you track down elusive, intermittent problems, monitoring equipment with any of its functions while you do other jobs. Overlay your logged data from six meters or six time periods to find cause and effect relationships or for condition monitoring applications in FVF software. Turn your data into meaningful graphs and tables for a professional report. The 289/FVF combo kit gives you a practical & affordable approach to predictive maintenance.

Digital Multimeter

Designed by electricians. Engineered by Fluke.

Compact true-rms meter for commercial applications. The Fluke 117 is the ideal meter for demanding settings like commercial buildings, hospitals and schools. The 117 includes integrated non-contact voltage detection to help get the job done faster.

Also check out the Fluke 114 Electrical Multimeter, the Fluke 115 Multimeter, and the Fluke 116 HVAC Multimeter with Temperature and Microamps.

Digital Multimeter

Setting the multimeter standard

For professional technicians worldwide there is one preferred solution: the precision, reliability and ease of use they find in Fluke 170 Series True RMS digital multimeters. This is the industry standard, with all the features you need to troubleshoot and repair so many problems in electrical and electronic systems.

Fluke 170 Series digital multimeters give you True RMS voltage and current measurements, 6000-count resolution, manual and automatic ranging and provide frequency, capacitance, resistance, continuity and diode measurements. In addition, the Fluke 177 and 179 provide higher 0.09% basic accuracy, a digital display with analog bar graph and backlight. And the Fluke 179 delivers temperature measurements.

Fluke 170 series multimeters are independently tested for safe use in CAT IV 600V/CAT III 1000V environments.

The Fluke 170 Series includes the following models:

  • Fluke 179 True RMS DMM with 80BK Temperature Probe
  • Fluke 177 True RMS DMM
  • Fluke 175 True RMS DMM
Multimeter Industrial, Rugged IP 67

The NEW standard for rugged

The Fluke 27 II and 28 II digital multimeters define a new standard for operating in harsh conditions with the features and accuracy to troubleshoot most electrical problems. Both meters have IP 67 (waterproof and dustproof) rating, MSHA approvals, extended operating temperature range of -15 °C to +55 °C (5 °F to 131 °F, -40 °C for up to 20 minutes) and 95 % humidity, and have been designed and tested to withstand a 3 m (10 ft) drop. The Fluke 20 Series Multimeters are built to work in the toughest environments.

True RMS Multimeter

Setting the multimeter standard

For professional technicians worldwide there is one preferred solution: the precision, reliability and ease of use they find in Fluke 170 Series True RMS digital multimeters. This is the industry standard, with all the features you need to troubleshoot and repair so many problems in electrical and electronic systems.

Fluke 170 Series digital multimeters give you True RMS voltage and current measurements, 6000-count resolution, manual and automatic ranging and provide frequency, capacitance, resistance, continuity and diode measurements. In addition, the Fluke 177 and 179 provide higher 0.09% basic accuracy, a digital display with analog bar graph and backlight. And the Fluke 179 delivers temperature measurements.