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FLUKE Insulation Tester: 0.1 megaohm to 600 megaohm, CAT III 1000V/CAT IV 600V, Battery, Digital

Item 
1BE62
Mfr. Model 
FLUKE-1577

Product Details

Catalog Page
524
Brand
FLUKE
Manufacturer Part Number
FLUKE-1577
Megohmmeter Features
Standard
Insulation Resistance Range
0.1 megaohm to 600 megaohm
Maximum Insulation Resistance
600 megaohm
Minimum Insulation Resistance
0.1 megaohm
Parameters Measured
Insulation Resistance
Test Voltage
  • 500V DC
  • 1,000V DC
Power Source
Battery
Calibration Certificate
Not Included
Display Type
Digital
Insulation Resistance Resolution
0.1 to 600 megaohm
Resistance Accuracy
±1.20% +2 digits
Maximum AC Voltage Measured
1,000 V
Minimum AC Voltage Measured
0.1 mV
Maximum DC Voltage Measured
1,000 V
Maximum AC Current Measured
400 mA
Minimum AC Current Measured
0.01 mA
Maximum DC Current Measured
400 mA
Testing Functions
Insulation
Includes
  • Alligator Clip
  • Hard Case
  • Remote Probe
  • Test Leads
Display Screen Type
LCD
Standards
IEC 61010-1; IEC 61010-2-033
Number of Digits
2
Auto Power Off
Yes
Auto Ranging
Yes
Live Circuit Voltage
>30V
Test Current
1 mA
IP Rating
IP40
Leakage Current Range
1 mA
Tool Height
2 in
Tool Width
3.9 in
Manufacturer Warranty Length
3 yr
Maximum Operating Temperature
131 °F
Minimum Operating Temperature
-4 °F
Operating Voltage
1,000V
Tool Length
8 in
Includes Batteries
Yes
Battery Size
AA
Number of Batteries Required
4
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Backlit Digital Display
Yes
Bluetooth Compatible
No
Capacitance Auto Discharge
Yes
Dustproof
No
Greater Than 30V Warning
Yes
Insulation Limit Alarm
No
PI/DAR Testing
No
Pass/Fail Selection Limits
No
Remote Test Probe Included
No
Timed Ramp Voltage Test
Yes
USB Data Download Included
No
Waterproof
No
CAT Safety Rating
CAT III 1000V; CAT IV 600V
Calibration Certificate
None
UNSPSC
41113624
Country of Origin
USA (subject to change)
Product Description

Standard megohmmeters are commonly used by electricians and technicians to test for basic insulation leaks in motors, generators, transformers, and switchgears.