Thermal Imagers

You need a high performance infrared camera to take along on inspections that helps you catch small details that could indicate a big problem. 

Context is everything when it comes to quickly analyzing infrared images. You need surrounding details to pinpoint specific areas of concern. Fluke Performance Series infrared cameras can instantly blend visible light and infrared images using patented IR-Fusion® technology1. More than just outlines, IR-Fusion® technology captures a clear 2MP real-world picture of your target, while infrared is recording the heat signature. The result is an incredibly revealing hybrid image. 


Power Quality 

Think of the Fluke 435 Series II Power Quality and Energy Analyzer as your insurance policy. No matter what goes wrong in your facility, with the 435 II you will always be prepared. Equipped with advanced power quality functions and energy monetization capabilities, there is no electrical issue this model can’t handle. 

 


Wireless - Fluke Connects

Pushing the boundaries of team communication.
See it. Save it. Share it. All the facts, right in the field.

Fluke ConnectTM is a system that connects your Fluke test tools with an app on your smartphone wirelessly. It enables you to SEE images from your infrared camera and measurements from other Fluke ConnectTM enabled tools on your smartphone screen, SAVE images to the asset’s EquipmentLogTM history in the Fluke CloudTM, and SHARE images with your team—all without going back to your desk. 


Geo Earth Ground Testers

Earth ground tester is able to measure earth ground loop resistances using only clamps. With this test method, two clamps are placed around the earth ground rod and each are connected to the tester. No earth ground stakes are used at all. A known, fixed voltage is induced by one clamp and the current is measured using the second clamp. Then the tester automatically determines the resistance of the earth ground rod. This test method only works if a bonded earth ground system exists for the building or structure under test, but most are. If there is only one path to ground, like at many residential applications, the Stakeless method will not provide an acceptable value and the Fall of Potential test method must be used.

With Stakeless testing, the earth ground rod does not need to be disconnected - leaving the bonded earth ground system intact during test. Gone are the days of spending time placing and connecting stakes for each earth ground rod on your system - a major time saver. You can also perform earth ground tests in places you’ve not considered before: inside buildings, power pylons, or anywhere you don’t have access to soil.  


Vibration Testers

You can make informed maintenance decisions and address critical problems first with the combination of diagnoses, severity and repair recommendations from the Vibration Testers. The most advanced troubleshooting tool for mechanical maintenance teams, the Fluke 810 allows you to set priorities and manage your resources.