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Digital Multimeter, 1000V, 10A, 50 MOhms

FLUKE

Price: $739.00 / each

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  • 4.7 Stars
  • 4.7 of 5
  • 7 reviews
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  • Item # 4GUE3
  • Mfr. Model # FLUKE-27 II NIST
  • NSN # 6625-01-392-7185
  • UNSPSC # 41113630
  • Catalog Page # 822
  • Shipping Weight 1.5 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemDigital Multimeter
  • Multimeter StyleFull Size
  • Max. AC Volts1000
  • Max. DC Volts1000
  • Max. AC Amps10
  • Max. DC Amps10
  • Max. Ohms50 megaohm
  • Basic DC Accuracy0.1% + 1 Digit
  • Counts6000
  • Battery TypeAA Alkaline
  • Safety RatingCAT III 1000V, CAT IV 600V
  • Audible ContinuityYes
  • AC ResponseAverage
  • Capacitance Range1nF to 9999uF
  • Frequency Counter Range0.5 Hz to 199.99 kHz
  • Min./Max. MemoryYes
  • Data HoldYes
  • Bar GraphYes
  • DisplayLCD
  • Auto RangingYes
  • Special FeaturesIP 67
  • Duty Cycle0 to 99.9%
  • Diode TestYes
  • Auto Power OffYes
  • Calibration CertificateNIST
  • StandardsIEC, ANSI CE, CSA, MSHA Approved
  • IncludesTest Leads, Batteries, Alligator Clips, Instructions
  • Manufacturers Warranty LengthLimited Lifetime

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Battery issue As is written below - the same issue:“Have had the Fluke 28II for over a 2 years. Had a problem from the start when you tried to use the beeper in the continuity mode, the battery would be displayed on screen. Saying the battery was low.”You need to remove the bottom hood (6 screws battery hood and another six screws for bottom DMM hood). Then you can see the beeper on the opposite side of display. You need only add some resistor (47-56R) in serial to the beeper. For fix you must remove the beeper – there are connected 3pin together and one pin separately. You must use campton tape between the PAD on PCB, and then connect it through resistor. That’s easy and fully working – of course the volume comes down a little, but I doesn’t matter and battery issue disappear.Radek July 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Battery issue As is written below - the same issue:“Have had the Fluke 28II for over a 2 years. Had a problem from the start when you tried to use the beeper in the continuity mode, the battery would be displayed on screen. Saying the battery was low.”You need to remove the bottom hood (6 screws battery hood and another six screws for bottom DMM hood). Then you can see the beeper on the opposite side of display. You need only add some resistor (47-56R) in serial to the beeper. For fix you must remove the beeper – there are connected 3pin together and one pin separately. You must use campton tape between the PAD on PCB, and then connect it through resistor. That’s easy and fully working – of course the volume comes down a little, but I doesn’t matter and battery issue disappear.Radek July 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT METER Have had the Fluke 28II for over a 2 years. What a Great Meter. Had a problem from the start when you tried to use the beeper in the continuity mode, the battery would be displayed on screen. Saying the battery was low. Other that the meter worked great. Just sent in they fixed that problem and calibrated the meter. What a GREAT PRODUCT AND COMPANY. Thank you Fluke January 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT METER Have had the Fluke 28II for over a 2 years. What a Great Meter. Had a problem from the start when you tried to use the beeper in the continuity mode, the battery would be displayed on screen. Saying the battery was low. Other that the meter worked great. Just sent in they fixed that problem and calibrated the meter. What a GREAT PRODUCT AND COMPANY. Thank you Fluke January 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I love this meter with all of the specs I love this meter with all of the specs and very tough i had seen reveiws on the meter i have had now for just over a month and relised it has a fault, the meter tells me the batterys are flat when there not as it will not let me use the back light or beep. Ok so this happens the bad point is fluke wont get back to my boss about replacment not repair as it was faulty from day one "life time warranty" WELL ? September 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by KLUTZ! I was thinking of buying an 87V but decided to try the mil-spec "heavy duty" version of the 87V; the FLUKE 28||. Mind you this was only the second VOM meter I ever purchased & the most expensive thus far, so I was afraid of even getting it dirty. While performing maintenance on a commercial building I had an incident. I didn't have it for a week before the klutz in me took over & the meter did a peter-pan out of my grasp, bounced off the roof access ladder & in my horror I watched helplessly as my FLUKE 28|| plummeted in slow motion thirty feet before smacking into solid concrete. After finding no exterior damage I turned it on & to my astonishment it worked! The only thing I can find wrong with it is the loud beeper is silent, I have the T5-600 if I really need to make some continuity noise. I know I should have the meter properly calibrated to make sure it's still accurate but I tested it on some known electrical effects & it's accurate enough for me right now. as for the beeper... I don't miss it. If it was any other meter besides the FLUKE 28||, I assure you it would've involved a broom & dustpan! August 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by KLUTZ! I was thinking of buying an 87V but decided to try the mil-spec "heavy duty" version of the 87V; the FLUKE 28||. Mind you this was only the second VOM meter I ever purchased & the most expensive thus far, so I was afraid of even getting it dirty. While performing maintenance on a commercial building I had an incident. I didn't have it for a week before the klutz in me took over & the meter did a peter-pan out of my grasp, bounced off the roof access ladder & in my horror I watched helplessly as my FLUKE 28|| plummeted in slow motion thirty feet before smacking into solid concrete. After finding no exterior damage I turned it on & to my astonishment it worked! The only thing I can find wrong with it is the loud beeper is silent, I have the T5-600 if I really need to make some continuity noise. I know I should have the meter properly calibrated to make sure it's still accurate but I tested it on some known electrical effects & it's accurate enough for me right now. as for the beeper... I don't miss it. If it was any other meter besides the FLUKE 28||, I assure you it would've involved a broom & dustpan! August 9, 2012
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