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Digital Multimeter, 1000V, 10A, 40 MOhms

FLUKE

Price: $521.00 / each

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  • Item # 4GUE7
  • Mfr. Model # Fluke-233 NIST
  • UNSPSC # 41113630
  • Catalog Page # 822
  • Shipping Weight 2.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemWireless Digital Multimeter
  • Multimeter StyleFull Size
  • Max. AC Volts1000
  • Max. DC Volts1000
  • Max. AC Amps10
  • Max. DC Amps10
  • Max. Ohms40 megaohm
  • Basic DC Accuracy0.25% + 2 Digits
  • Counts6000
  • Battery TypeAA Alkaline
  • Safety RatingCAT III 1000V, CAT IV 600V
  • Audible ContinuityYes
  • AC ResponseTrue RMS
  • Capacitance Range1nF to 9999mF
  • Frequency Counter Range5 Hz to 50 kHz
  • Data HoldYes
  • DisplayLCD
  • Auto RangingYes
  • Temp. Range-40 to 752 Degrees F (-40 to 400 Degrees C)
  • Special FeaturesWireless Removable Display
  • Diode TestYes
  • Auto Power OffYes
  • Calibration CertificateNIST
  • IncludesTest Leads, Batteries, Alligator Clips, Instructions
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length3 yr.
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Digital Multimeters
Rugged, high-quality meters with advanced feature sets are designed for field professionals in a wide range of applications.
Fluke 233 Remote Display True RMS DMMs
Wireless, removable magnetic display can be positioned up to 30 ft. from the point of measurement. The instrument operates as a conventional multimeter when the display is connected. Connection automatically turns off radio transmission. 3-yr. warranty.
Cat IV 600V.

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Rated 2 out of 5 by Great features, Horrible Battery Life! We love the meter itself and the idea, but the battery life is really bad. There are a ton of batteries in it and they have to be changed to often. This would definitely be a better candidate to be a rechargeable battery or something. Otherwise the product is as good as all Fluke meters. If fluke will give me a choice I would love to trade this meter across for a non-removable display just to get away from the battery issues since we LOVE most fluke meters! Best meter company as far as I am concerned.Thanks June 17, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great idea, Good meter, has drawbacks We have quite a few of these meters at work and they are great, especially for reading hazardous voltages safely. They are also very nicely priced with just about every feature of more expensive meters (the basics are all there). The biggest drawback is the battery life. We use them for extended periods (sometimes 8-12 hours a day) and the batteries do not last long. We've mitigated this problem a bit by using rechargeable batteries. niMH batteries have to be changed out more often, but better than burning through regular alkaline batteries. That was the only drawback on the first batch we bought. Now, the newer ones have a different sleep mode that will not allow us to wake the meter after it goes to sleep, the display has to be redocked or sleep mode has to be disabled all together. This is very annoying when the display goes out and we have to lockout high voltage just to get it back, sort of defeats the purpose of the remote display. Sure, it can be disabled but then we'll just burn through even more batteries. A very poor decision to make this change in my opinion.  February 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this meter I am an aircraft electrician. And when I first saw this meter, I couldnt stop thinking of the 100 different ways I could use this thing. So I bought it. WOW !!!! Best investment ever !! I could hook it up to a wire in the back of a A320 passenger compartment, and sit in the cockpit and do what I need, and no more running back and forth to read the meter. I am maxing out the distance of the meter, but it still reads. I use regular energizer batteries, and the last pair lasted me 4 months. December 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Supplementary info for battery life In the supplementary manual, it says"Battery Saver™(Sleep Mode)Units with S/N >225000000The Meter powers-down (Sleep mode) if there is no function change, range change, or button push for 20 minutes.To wake up the Meter, Remate the display or turn the function switch."In sleep mode, there are 2 situations when I wake up the Meter;1. With the display docked2. With the display not docked.Fluke did not specify whether under situation 2; i.e. with the display not docked and when the Meter is in sleep mode, will turning the function switch wake the meter up? If yes, then it is a lot more convenient. If no, that means I will have to dock the display to wake it up and that means bringing the display or the meter from one location to the other to dock the display. This is an inconvenience but at least it solves the problem of battery drain.So, for S/N >225000000, could Fluke or anyone with S/N >225000000 please help clarify whether when in sleep mode and the display is NOT docked, will the meter wake up just by turning the function dial or no, the meter will NOT wake up just by turning the function dial. In other words, the only way to wake up the meter when in sleep mode and when the display is not docked is to go back and dock the display.Thank you. July 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by New units seem to have no battery draining issues For those who have read all the bad reviews on battery life, don't let that scare you off. I and a coworker both got 233's approaching 2 months ago. I just pulled the batteries out of the meter and remote display and checked voltage on them. They were all between 1.55.-1.58 volts. These are energizer alkaline batteries. After 2 months, the batteries are still reading about what they would out of the package. It is apparent that some type of design revision has happened and made it into production. It would be really nice if Fluke would come in and detail the changes they made Other than that it's a really nice meter to use. I work in a lot of electrical cabinets that are in confined and not very well lit areas. The remote back lit display really makes things easy and a lot safer. Also being able to take readings while testing machinery under load from the operators station while your meter is still back in the electrical cabinet is a huge time saver. I definitely recommend this meter, however you will need to make sure that the one you buy is one of the revised models. I'm not sure if all the initial battery eaters have been pulled from shelves and recalled. Again, if Fluke could post a reply to this and clear that up that would help out the end user. The last thing we need to be doing is troubleshooting our life critical test equipment in the field or jacking around with batteries. June 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by New units seem to have no battery draining issues For those who have read all the bad reviews on battery life, don't let that scare you off. I and a coworker both got 233's approaching 2 months ago. I just pulled the batteries out of the meter and remote display and checked voltage on them. They were all between 1.55.-1.58 volts. These are energizer alkaline batteries. After 2 months, the batteries are still reading about what they would out of the package. It is apparent that some type of design revision has happened and made it into production. It would be really nice if Fluke would come in and detail the changes they made Other than that it's a really nice meter to use. I work in a lot of electrical cabinets that are in confined and not very well lit areas. The remote back lit display really makes things easy and a lot safer. Also being able to take readings while testing machinery under load from the operators station while your meter is still back in the electrical cabinet is a huge time saver. I definitely recommend this meter, however you will need to make sure that the one you buy is one of the revised models. I'm not sure if all the initial battery eaters have been pulled from shelves and recalled. Again, if Fluke could post a reply to this and clear that up that would help out the end user. The last thing we need to be doing is troubleshooting our life critical test equipment in the field or jacking around with batteries. June 8, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Battery life kills what could be a fantastic product. First let me say, been using many different types of Fluke for over 20 years and I will probably never use any other meter than a Fluke. On initially getting my hands on the 233, I thought it was going to be the most fantastic addition to my toolkit. The single issue of terrible battery life though means it lies at home while my old 83 is back in the kit. I figure if somebody is not going to use this everyday with the remote function and spend more time actually using it than changing the batteries, or, really really need the remote function, then go for another model.I have read the Fluke explanation and cannot really accept that in post product release customer surveys anybody would prefer to change batteries almost weekly than have to just push a separate power button or dock and undock the remote head.Come on Fluke, this design is just not up to your usual standard. March 29, 2013
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