A screening vibration sensor system featuring batteryless technology, long-range sensor-to-gateway communication and more.
The Fluke 1732 and 1734 three-phase energy loggers are designed to identify sources of electrical energy waste and capture key measurements such as voltage, current, power, power factor, and temperature to enable managers to understand their energy usage and correlate it to their activities.
Fluke's Ti480 and TiX580 infrared cameras are designed for industrial, process, utilities maintenance and building inspection professionals.
Fluke Calibration's 2271A industrial pressure calibrator is ideal for calibration laboratories adding pressure calibration services because it features a broad range of pressure measurement capabilities in a single instrument.
Fluke's 438-II Power Quality and Motor Analyzer is designed to simplify the process of motor performance diagnosis by providing analysis data for both the electrical and mechanical characteristics of the motor while it is in operation.
Fluke's a3003 FC Wireless DC Current Clamp and a3004 FC Wireless DC 4-20 mA Current Clamp have been added to Fluke Connect's system of wireless test tools and can send measurements to Fluke Connect-enabled master units as well as the mobile app.
In the extreme heat of industrial environments, relying on a personal computer to monitor process applications can be a recipe for failure. The new Fluke Process Instruments ThermoView TV30 thermal camera enables industrial teams to set up thermal imaging systems without the constraints of being constantly connected to a vulnerable computer. The rugged, fixed-installation TV30 measures a wide temperature range from -10 °C to 1300 °C (14 °F – 2372 °F) and provides an unrivaled scope of features and functions. The stand-alone camera provides full connectivity for easy integration with a PLC via open platform communications unified architecture (OPC UA), or MQ telemetry transport (MQTT). With the ThermoView TV30, industrial teams can: • Directly integrate without a PC — Set up multiple areas of interest, monitor processes, and access the on-board analytics of the fixed thermal imager through a web browser.
The Fluke Process Instruments SV600 Fixed Acoustic Imager enables users to detect, locate and visualize air and gas leaks or changes in sound signatures across their process and equipment in real-time before they become costly problems. By using an array of sophisticated sound sensors and powerful SoundMap™ technology, the SV600 translates the sounds that it hears into a visual representation so you can quickly locate and quantify problem areas. The SV600 easily integrates with factory systems and can serve as an early warning system that can quickly detect changes across compressors, pumps, pipes, conveyors or across product inspection and quality control processes, and much more with user-defined alarms. Remote evaluation options, meanwhile, help to minimize operator intervention, even in parts of the facility that are hard to reach.
Fluke Networks has upgraded to its LinkIQ™ Cable+Network Tester to expand the tester’s ability to test and troubleshoot IP networks, test industrial Ethernet cabling, and support users in twelve languages. Version 1.1 of the software is shipping in all new LinkIQ units and is available as a free upgrade to existing customers. The new release includes:· Expanded network testing – With version 1.1, customers can now verify connectivity and response time to key network devices with one touch of the screen. LinkIQ can now be configured to perform IPv4 or v6 ping tests and will display the response time for four pings to a target device of the user’s choosing.