Free netbook PC with Fluke Installation Tester

7th July 2010
Posted By : ES Admin
Free netbook PC with Fluke Installation Tester
For a limited period, Fluke, is offering a free netbook PC to UK customers purchasing a Fluke 1653B Installation Tester with Fluke DMS software. The Fluke 1653B Installation Tester plus the DMS software must be purchased together by 30th September 2010 and a copy of the Fluke distributor’s invoice and voucher, downloaded from, sent immediately to the address shown on the voucher to claim the free netbook PC.
/>With a recently reduced price, the rugged Fluke 1653B multifunction Installation Tester is the complete tester for virtually all domestic, commercial and industrial electrical wiring installations, to ensure that fixed wiring is safe and correctly installed to meet the BS7671 17th Edition wiring regulations. Fluke DMS 0100/INST software offers easy-to-use administration and reporting in compliance with EN 60364, BS7671 17th Edition Wiring regulations, providing printing of test reports compatible with a range of standard certificate requirements including NICEIC and IET. The Fluke DMS safety testing software is also available as a professional ‘PROF’ version for larger organisations: this adds advanced data manipulation and is ideal for facility management or service provider usage.

The Fluke 1653B is equipped with a built-in memory to store test results fast and easily on site, allowing the data to be uploaded later to a computer for the preparation of professional reports. It shows PEFC/PSC and loop impedance results in parallel, negating the requirement to run the tests separately, more than halving the test time of other loop testers: it features a high-current loop test which gives extremely fast measurements when testing in circuits where no RCDs are being used: it offers both non trip and the high current test so the user can select depending on the application. In addition there is fast voltage measurement between L-N, L-PE and N-PE using the mains cord, with no need to change measurement connections.

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