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Fluke has introduced a digital multimeter with a detachable wireless display.

The Fluke 233 Digital Multimeter (DMM) uses a wireless transmitter to immediately send measurements to the detached display and gives users flexibility in difficult test situations.

By sliding the wireless display out of the meter body, the user can place the display where it is most easily seen, up to 10m from the point of measurement, while putting the meter in the best position to take measurements.

The low-power, 2.4GHz ISM Band wireless signal that transmits measurement data is resistant to electromagnetic interference.

The radio transmitter automatically turns on when the display is removed from the meter and off when the display is re-attached.

The removable display is magnetic and has a flat bottom, so it can be conveniently mounted or placed on a flat surface where it can easily be seen.

When the display is attached, the Fluke 233 operates as a conventional multimeter and will measure up to 1,000V AC and DC and up to 10A.

It offers a 10,000 microF capacitance range, measures frequencies to 50kHz and captures min/max and average readings automatically.

It features a 6,000-count display and includes a built-in thermometer that enables users to take temperature readings easily, without carrying a separate instrument.

An auto-off feature maximises battery life.

The Fluke 233 is safety rated for use in CAT IV 600V/CAT III 1,000V working environments.

Designed for convenience and safety, the Fluke 233 makes it easier to take measurements in hard-to-reach places, or make measurements in machines or panels that are physically separated from a limit or isolator switch.

It is suitable in areas where the operator cannot be close to the active measurement point, like clean rooms or hazardous areas.

The detachable wireless display lets the user: find a comfortable position to view and record test data, even when the test location is hard to reach or in a dirty or noisy environment; view readings when the test point is in the next room; see test results when the meter is hidden behind an equipment enclosure; run tests and read results at a safe distance from shock and arc-flash hazards, moving machinery and other dangers; separate the tasks of positioning the meter and reading test results so the user can devote full attention to each job and work more safely.

Fluke Calibration

Fluke Corporation was founded in 1948, specialising in electrical test and measurement products. Early in its history, Fluke recognised that the very best electrical metrology would be needed to support its products and undertook to develop this capability. From this activity, the calibration business was born. Over the years, many breakthrough calibration products were introduced, establishing Fluke as a leader in electrical metrology.

In 2000, Fluke acquired Wavetek Precision Measurement. In 2001, Fluke’s calibration business expanded into the temperature field with the acquisition of Hart Scientific and then into pressure and gas flow with the acquisition of DH Instruments (2007), followed by Ruska and Pressurements (2010).

The unified business’s unmatched breadth and depth in metrology puts Fluke Calibration in a unique position to deliver today’s and tomorrow’s calibrations solutions to customers who demand the very best, supported by an organisation they can count on for the long term.

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