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  1. Industrial Electrical Forum
    Currently i have the Fluke 325 and have looked into most every meter i could find that would benefit me in my field and then have bonus features that make life in the electrical field easier. I am really into the Fluke 378FC due to the Supreme accuracy, iFlex accessory, FIELDSENSE (i am very...
  2. General Electrical Discussion
    Dear Members. I am using Fluke 376 to measure AC current in my industrial plant, since it can measure upto 2500AC current, it is not fulfilling my requirement as my load varies upto 3000AC current and my Fluke 376 stops giving reading after approximately 2650AC ampere. Can someone guide me any...
  3. Tools, Equipment and New Products
    I love my Fluke 324 clamp meter, but I think I would love it a little more if it had a magnet on the back. Has anyone done this? Any tips/tricks or concerns about doing it? TIA
  4. Services and Service Equipment
    Hi, I have to service and probably replace a pot on a Fluke t5-1000 meter. I can not for the life of me figure out how to open her up without a hammer. Has anybody had any experience opening up one of these? the case seems to be sealed. Voltage is fine, current is fine, resistance needs...
  5. Tools, Equipment and New Products
    Now I have had the Fluke 289 for awhile now, and it is not my typical meter that I use often as it is a monster in size and weight. But data logging on any type of measurement is a huge feature which sets this thing over the top, as well as having huge accuracy. It is not a cheap set up...
  6. Electrician Swap Classifieds
    I'm looking to sell a brand new and unused Fluke 177 True-rms Multimeter with Backlight (MSRP: ~$250). I received from the company I worked for in the past; however, I no longer work in the field and so do not have use for such a hi-end multimeter in my house. Honestly, if you're looking at this...
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