Test & Measurement
Fluke 381, 376, 375 and 374 current clamps, iFlexT current probes, ScopeMeter 190 Series II
By Anthony Capkun
February 07, 2011
Fluke, a player in portable electronic test and measurement technology, introduced new test tools: a family of Fluke clamp meters and a four-channel hand-held oscilloscope, engineered to reduce electricians’ and maintenance technicians’ exposure to electrical shock. The Fluke 381, 376, 375 and 374 current clamps and iFlexT current probes are rated for use in measurement category IV environments (Cat IV 600V, Cat III 1000V) as defined by safety standards in Canada, the States and Europe. The detachable display of the 381 clamp meter enables technicians to see measurements up to 33-ft away from the equipment they are testing. The ScopeMeter 190 Series II hand-held portable oscilloscopes are the first four-channel scopes, says Fluke, designed for harsh industrial environments. Not only are they rated as dust and drip-proof, but they are also the first hand held oscilloscopes, boasts Fluke, safety rated for Cat III 1000V / Cat IV 600V environments.