Fluke has added two new current meters to their line of Fluke Connect wireless test equipment, one with a 2000 A DC max current range, and the other optimized for 4-20 mA low current control signals.
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Fluke has just announced Fluke Connect, their lineup of wireless tools and apps that allow you to view and share real-time readouts, historical measurements, and more, from your smartphone.
I learned something about quick-connect garden hose fittings the hard way.
Did you know that Fluke came out with a pocket-sized thermal imaging camera? Here are the details.
Fluke has come out with a new compact IR thermometer that can make up to 99 unattended temperature measurements.
Fluke has launched new test & measurement sensors aimed at industrial maintenance and troubleshooting applications.
Let’s talk about Fluke. Have you used their multimeters or other test equipment before? What do you think about them?
Ryobi has come out with a new line of Phone Works tools that pair up with Android and iOS smartphones for readout, control, and enhanced functionality.
We reviewed Fluke’s 87V digital multimeter, which turned out to be the best handheld meter we have ever used!
I thought selecting a current clamp to use with my multimeter would be a quick and easy task. I was wrong.
With their latest update, Keysight got rid of the free “lite” version of their BenchVue test & measurement software.
Buy $100+ in new Amprobe tools and get a free Amazon gift card AND your choice of a free bonus tool.
Here’s a listing of all the tool-related Amazon Prime Day deals I’ve found so far.
Today’s Amazon deals focuses on tool deals, and there are a couple of very good ones!
IsoTunes’ Pro earbuds allow you to listen to your tunes while you work, providing Bluetooth connectivity, a 27 dB NRR, and 10 hrs of playback.
Here’s a mix of tool topics – a preview teaser of some new mechanics tools, some deal posts, a shout out to our friends at TIA, a gift idea, and a question about what tool gifts you bought yourself this year.
We put took a series of thermal images using different thermal imaging cameras, to show what you could expect to see from different types of devices, ranging from a $250 smartphone add-on to professional instrument.
Amprobe sent over 3 of their new clamp meters for testing. The meters were solid, the experience was impressive, and I ended up really liking a brand I previously knew very little about.
There are so many new tool-related smartphone and tablet gadgets, gizmos, and apps these days. Are there any that you use?
Here’s a quick look at the Keysight Technologies TrueIR thermal imager, which builds 320x240px images using a 160x120px detector.