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Battery Operated Megohmmeter, 5000VDC

FLUKE

Price: $5,539.00 / each

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  • 2.2 Stars
  • 2.2 of 5
  • 5 reviews
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  • Item # 5NLK8
  • Mfr. Model # FLUKE-1550C/KIT
  • UNSPSC # 41113628
  • Catalog Page # 846
  • Shipping Weight 22.32 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemBattery Operated Megohmmeter
  • Output Test Voltage50 to 5000VDC
  • Insulation Resistance Range1T Ohms
  • Live Circuit DetectionGreater Than30V
  • Capacitance Range0.01 to 15 uF
  • DisplayLCD
  • Auto Power OffYes
  • Safety RatingCAT III 1000V, CAT IV 600V
  • Leakage Current Range1nA to 2mA
  • Data Logging99 Data Points
  • InterfaceUSB
  • FeaturesAutomatic Calculation of Dielectric Absorption Ratio (DAR) and Polarization Index (PI)
  • Power Source12V Rechargeable Lead Acid Battery
  • IncludesTest cables with Alligator Clips, USB Adapter with Interface Cable, Software, AC Power Cord, IP67 Hard Carrying Case, Manual, Ruggedized Alligator Clips, Certificate of Calibration and Instructions
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length3 yr.

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Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 5reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fluke is still great. Honestly? If the battery is the only point to moan about, you bought the instrument for the wrong reason. If you do not use the instrument often - NO battery will last long.What makes an instrument a "bad" instrument to me is faulty readings, unreliability, safety ratings which do not match the real breakdown-ratings and cheap/weak casing material.This is a great instrument - well design and for what I use it - great stuff. Full stop. Like many, I really like Fluke.About the price? I agree - the people who sell them kill many sales... If Fluke can work around that issue - they will be like Sony - great products with great prices. August 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fluke is still great. Honestly? If the battery is the only point to moan about, you bought the instrument for the wrong reason. If you do not use the instrument often - NO battery will last long.What makes an instrument a "bad" instrument to me is faulty readings, unreliability, safety ratings which do not match the real breakdown-ratings and cheap/weak casing material.This is a great instrument - well design and for what I use it - great stuff. Full stop. Like many, I really like Fluke.About the price? I agree - the people who sell them kill many sales... If Fluke can work around that issue - they will be like Sony - great products with great prices. August 23, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fluke 1555 and 1550C review I purchased three instruments 1x 1555 and 2x 1550C. All of them has the same pros/cons.- user setting (unit does not remember last user setting and it is quite annoying to enter throught menu each time you power unit on)-charging (Unit does not have automatic charging off. Long changing 12-24h)- battery life (battery lifespan is about year, used lead acid, not prime brand)- non shielded cables (issue when you are measuring currents about 1nA)- non standard banana connectors- price ( check other brands for their insulation testers and their functionality)- supplied cables are not suitable for nA range measurement ( shield-guard)- poor support. June 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fluke 1555 and 1550C review I purchased three instruments 1x 1555 and 2x 1550C. All of them has the same pros/cons.- user setting (unit does not remember last user setting and it is quite annoying to enter throught menu each time you power unit on)-charging (Unit does not have automatic charging off. Long changing 12-24h)- battery life (battery lifespan is about year, used lead acid, not prime brand)- non shielded cables (issue when you are measuring currents about 1nA)- non standard banana connectors- price ( check other brands for their insulation testers and their functionality)- supplied cables are not suitable for nA range measurement ( shield-guard)- poor support. June 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lousy website. Bad battery in Fluke 1550 MegOhmMeter&customer service, no help, no good review. could not even help with replacement parts. September 6, 2012
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