Included accessories Installed 9V battery TL75 test leads User’s manual
The Fluke 179 True RMS Digital Multimeter is the industry standard for troubleshooting and repair of electrical and electronic systems.
- A full-featured, precision multimeter for troubleshooting electrical and electronic systems
- Delivers accurate true-RMS AC current and voltage plus frequency, capacitance, resistance, continuity and diode measurements
- Increases productivity with manual and automatic ranging, Display Hold, Auto Hold, and Min/Max-average recording
- Includes a built-in thermometer to measure temperature without having to carry a separate instrument
True RMS measurements and optimized ergonomics make the 324 Plus Clamp Meters the best general troubleshooting tools for commercial and residential electricians. The 324 Plus is designed to verify the presence of load current, AC voltage and continuity of circuits, switches, fuses and contacts. This small and rugged clamp meter is ideally suited for current measurements up to 400 A in tight cable compartments.
- Precise laser technology for more accurate and repeatable measurements
- Temperature accuracy of up to ± 1℃ or ± 1% of reading whichever is greater with 20:1 distance to spot ratio
- Flashlight and large, easy-to-read backlit LCD display for easy viewing even in dark environment
- IP54 rated for extra protection against airborne contaminants
- Get your tool to work when you can't - set time and desired interval between measurements and Auto Capture will capture spot temperatures unattended
- 99 data point logging
- 30 hour battery life so your tool can perform as long as you need it to
Fluke's TL175 test leads are completely compatible with all instruments that accept standard 4mm shrouded banana plugs, even if the products you wish to test with aren't Fluke branded. These unique leads feature a number of useful features not found on other leads, including Fluke's unique TwistGuard technology which allows you to extend the tip shroud of the test to reduce or lengthen tip exposure depending on the measurements you are taking. The wires of the leads are also covered in double-insulation and feature two layers of silicone. The first layer, which lies under the second, is coloured differently to show that the leads have been damaged, and when exposed the leads shouldn't be used any more.