True-RMS Wireless Clamp Meter for HVAC technicians

1st March 2016
Posted By : Jacqueline Regnier
True-RMS Wireless Clamp Meter for HVAC technicians

Fluke has introduced a wireless HVAC clamp meter. As part of Fluke Connect, the industry’s largest system of software and more than 30 wireless test tools, the new, rugged Fluke 902 FC true-RMS HVAC Clamp Meter combines functionality with form factor to create a powerful troubleshooting clamp. It is ideal for service, installation and maintenance of industrial, commercial and residential HVAC/R systems, as well as furnaces, motors and variable frequency drives. It allows technicians to trend data, save data wirelessly to the Fluke Connect app on smartphones or tablets, stay safe with remote viewing, and share and email test results seamlessly. 

The CAT III 600V / CAT IV 300V safety-rated Fluke 902 FC Wireless HVAC Clamp Meter measures DC voltage and current readings up to 600V/200micro-A, and true-RMS AC voltage and current up to 600V/600A. It also offers measurements of an extended resistance range, capacitance, and temperature from -40degC to +400degC using the supplied plug-in Type-K thermocouple probe.

Using the Fluke Connect app enables users to capture and trend measurements from a safe distance. As part of Fluke Connect, technicians can wirelessly transmit measurement data from the 902 FC HVAC clamp meter and other test tools to their smartphones for secure storage on the Fluke Cloud, and for team access from the field. With the Fluke Connect smartphone app, technicians can combine measurement data from multiple Fluke Connect test tools to create and share reports from the job site via email and collaborate in real time with other colleagues with ShareLive™ video calls, increasing productivity in the field.*


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