Fluke manufactures from industrial electronic installation, maintenance and service, to precision measurement and quality control, Fluke tools help keep business and industry around the globe up and running. Typical customers and users of Fluke products include technicians, engineers, metrologists, medical-device manufacturers, and computer network professionals — people who stake their reputations on their tools, and use tools to help extend their personal power and abilities.
Fluke thermal imagers (sometimes referred to as infrared cameras, thermal cameras, or infrared imagers) capture images of infrared energy or temperature. Using patent-pending IR-Fusion technology, Fluke thermal imagers combine the power of infrared images with visible light images on the same display. Fluke thermal imager and thermal camera models include VT02, Ti32, TiR32, TiS, Ti27, Ti29, TiR27, TiR29, Ti25, Ti10, Ti9, Ti100, Ti110, Ti125, TiR110, TiR125, TiR105, Ti105, Ti50FT, Ti55FT, TiR3FT, and the Tir4FT.
Fluke clamp meters are an electrical tester which combines a voltmeter with a clamp type current meter. Like the multimeter, the clamp meter has passed through the analog period and into the digital world of today. Created primarily as a single purpose test tool for electricians, today’s models have incorporated more measurement functions, more accuracy, and in some instruments, some very special measurement features. Today’s clamp meters have most of the basic functions of a Digital Multimeter (DMM), but with the added feature of a current transformer built into the product. Fluke clamp meter models include 323, 324, 325, 9040, 376, 381, 376, IFLEX 2500 series, 374, 375, 902, 360, 365, and the 771.
Fluke Power Quality is a measure of how well a system supports reliable operation of its loads. A power disturbance or event can involve voltage, current, or frequency. Power disturbances can originate in consumer power systems, consumer loads, or the utility. Fluke power quality models include 345, 434 II, 435 II, VR1710, 43B, 1750, 1735, 1743 series, 1744 series, 1745 series, and 1760 series.