April 23, 2017

Why is 179/EDA2 6 (Fluke) best selling?


How Fluke FLUKE-179/EDA2’s price changed over last several months:
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FLUKE-179/EDA2 reviews compared with other similar products:
6 Industrial Piece is pretty good compared to similar items


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Warranty: standard manufacturer’s warranty
S&H: Free shipping if ordered online
Dimensions and weight: check our reviews
Coupon/Sale: n/a

General description

Full shown DMM with advanced electronic troubleshooting functions plus probes and hooks all filled in a sleek, lasting carrying case. Kit will include: Fluke 179 true RMS digital multimeter with backlight, Fluke TL224 silicone test leads, Fluke Tl910 electronic test probes with substitute info, Fluke AC280 heavy responsibility hook clips, Fluke 80bk a integrated temperature probe, Fluke C35 lasting carrying case, The Fluke 179 has more measurement functions, conformance to the new safety standards, and a much bigger display that is easier to view.

Recent reviews of Fluke 179/EDA2 6 Piece Industrial Electronics Multimeter Combo Kit:

General comments:The Fluke 179 is an excellent meter and I have used it for serious electronics hobby work for a several years now as well as measuring high AC / DC voltages and currents. It is very correct, dependable, and has some number of functions (measurements) it can do well. The ergonomic case design and the fact that the holster is integrated into the case design make it lasting, compact, and easy to work with, this one thing is what the 179 has over the 87-5. When I 1st got the 179, the beeper went out, I contact Fluke, sent it back to them, they repaired it no charge and calibrated it free of charge. So you have excellent support from Fluke with the lifetime warranty on this meter. Only thing is there’s some things the 179 can not do that the more feature rich Fluke 87-5 can do, so I wish I could’ve spent the extra 66 and got the Fluke 87-5. Fluke 179 andFluke 87-5:Here are the major differences between the 2, in all other things the 2 meters are same. Note how the 87-5 has more capability, in some number of cases you may need this capability, particularly in the higher temp measurements, the relative (or 0 out the display) button, and the capability to measure micro-amps. They are the 3 major features I ended up needing the most on the 179 that the 87-5 has. Also there was some times where capturing the peak of an AC wave form (voltage or current) could’ve been nice to have rather than the Max function (which does not generally catch the true peak). Fluke 87-5 vs. Fluke 179 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Count 20,000 vs. 6000Basic accuracy. 05 vs. 09Capacitance 10pF vs. 1nF (1000pF)Micro Amps YES vs. NODuty Cycle YES vs.

Just about as good as you as you may be able to get for a digital multimeter. Fluke quality and durability (this unit is supplementing another Fluke 20+ year old model with some less features), great accuracy, lifetime warranty, and easy and convenient to use (once you attempt out all the features some times, everything will become easy and evident). you may not need the accuracy that this model has, or true RMS for measuring AC, or some of the other features. If you just make an occassional voltage check, maybe a cheapy from Radio Shack will do the job. But if you make your living with electrical equipment or electronics, or you’re a serious hobbyist, the features, usability, durability, and accuracy of this DMM make it worth to get. And the backlight feature has already proven itself useful, the 1st time I used it.

For the most part, you do not have to think about this meter’s restrictions, it just works precisely. It has excellent ergonomics, from the smooth rotating switch, to the super-fast bar graph answer, to the super-fast continuity beep, and the fast autoranging. All the functions work the way you’d expect them to, and the modes are easy to access with the rotating switch and yellow button. No complex menus. The min/max function captures fast peaks and valleys. The autohold is nice for probing around crowded and possibly dangerous spots – you set it in autohold mode, then you may be able to ignore the meter and look only at your probes. When the meter senses a good stable voltage reading, it beeps and holds that reading. Now you may be able to take your probes away and look at your meter again to see what the reading was.

Compare with similar products:

FP FoodPro Food Safety Thermometer, -20 Degrees to +390 Degrees F Temperature Range

The Fluke FoodPro infrared thermometer FLUKE-179/EDA2 takes noncontact temperature measurement and can be used to monitor the surface temperatures of food merchandise and foodservice equipment. This thermometer measures temperature from -30 to +200 degrees C (-20 to +390 degrees F) with an accuracy of + or – 1 degree C (+ or – 2 degrees F) from 0 to 65 degrees C (32 to 150 degrees F) and + or – 1. 5% of the reading above 65 degrees C (150 degrees F). It has a 2. 5:1 infrared distance-to-spot percentage with LED illumination for highlighting the measurement area. Go/No-Go lights point to when food is in an unsafe temperature range (40 to 140 degrees F) to meet Hazard Analysis of important Control Points (HACCP) terms. It’s Ingress Protection certified IP54 for dust and splashing liquid and may be hand washed without submersion after use. The CE mark indicates compliance with related European Union (EU) directives. It comes with one AA battery and information. This thermometer can be used by foodservice professionals to measure food product and equipment temperatures and help detect possible food safety problems.

FVF-SC2 View Forms Software with Cable for 280 Series, 53-II B and 54-II B, 180 Series, 789, 1550B and 153B

FlukeView Forms plus Designer lets a user to edit an present form or create a new form to customize the report to individual needs. To deal with the rising demands for reporting and documentation, Fluke presents FlukeView Forms documenting software. FlukeView Forms increases the power of your Fluke tool by enabling you to document, store and examine individual readings or series of measurements, then change them into professional-looking papers. The capability of FlukeView Forms to support many instruments enables the user to install and learn only one software application to use these many tools completely. Use the FlukeView Forms plus Designer to customize your reports or add your company logo. Share or store your data with co-workers or clients – print forms, export to other software programs, or have co-workers and clients down load the free FlukeView Demo/Reader to view and interact with your captured data. With USB/IR cable. FlukeView Forms supports the following test tools: 280 Series, 53-II B and 54-II B, 789, 1550B, 1653, 180 Series. Number of standard forms: 9. Able to change standard forms. Will include FlukeView Forms Designer for customizing forms. Number of many meters whose data may be viewed at the same time: 8. Number of concurrently running cases of FlukeView Forms allowed: 4. Capability to change company name on report. Supports multi-page forms. Prerequisites: Operating system: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7. Minimum PC Hardware: Pentium class or better microprocessor, 32 MB RAM, 70 MB hard disk space (100 MB to install), USB port. Size: 203 x 100 x 50mm.

Xprotolab Plain- Plug-in breadboard Oscilloscope, Waveform generator and Protocol sniffer

Xprotolab Plain Plug-in Mixed Signal Oscilloscope The Xprotolab Plain is the most inexpensive but feature rich oscilloscope in the market. It consists of a simple DIP module with a USB interface. Visualization of the signals and controlling the oscilloscope is done on the PC interface software (open source). The Xprotolab Plain is alike to the original Xprotolab, however does not have the display and buttons, so it only works with the USB interface. The board measures only 1 x 2 inches, and may be mounted directly on a breadboard. The Xprotolab may also be used as a development board for the AVR XMEGA microcontroller. Features:Mixed Signal Oscilloscope: concurrent sampling of analog and digital signalsAdvanced Trigger: Normal / Single / Auto, with increasing or falling edge and adjustable trigger levelMeter Mode: Average, Peak to peak and Frequency readoutXY Mode:           Plot Lissajous patterns           See the phase difference between two waveforms           V/I Curve tracer with an external resistorSpectrum Analyzer with different windowing alternatives and selectable vertical logHorizontal and Vertical Cursors with auto waveform measurementsArbitrary Waveform Generator with Sweep on all parametersDisplay alternatives: tenacity, Different grid alternatives, and moreCurve tracer functionIncludes: Two 10-pin headersSpecifications:General plans:.

XMEGA Xprotolab – Plug-in breadboard Oscilloscope, Waveform generator and Protocol sniffer vs FLUKE-179/EDA-2

The Xprotolab is the 1st mixed signal oscilloscope with an random waveform generator in a DIP module. It measures only 1 x 1. 6 inches, and may be mounted directly on a breadboard. The Xprotolab may also be used as a development board for the AVR XMEGA microcontroller. The Xprotolab has an advanced triggering system and advanced operating modes (Scope, FFT, Voltmeter, Frequency counter, Sniffer). The Xprotolab is depending on the ATXMEGA32A4U microcontroller and it has a 0. 96″” graphic OLED display (128×64 pixels). All the settings are controlled with an intuitive menu using 4 tactile switches. Oscilloscope plans:2 Analog InputsMaximum Sampling rate: 2MSPSAnalog Bandwidth: 200kHzResolution: 8bitsInput blockage: 1MohmBuffer size per channel: 256Input Voltage Range: -14V to +20VLogic Analyzer plans:8 Digital Inputs, 3. 3V levelMaximum sampling rate: 2MSPSFrequency counter: 16MhzProtocol Sniffer: UART, I2C, SPIInternal pull up or pull down. Buffer size: 256AWG plans:1 Analog OutputMaximum conversion rate: 1MSPSAnalog Bandwidth: 44. 1kHzResolution: 8bitsOutput current: +/- 7mABuffer size: 256Output Voltage: +/- 2V.

Cal Test CT381 High Voltage Active Differential Oscilloscope Probe, 70MHz Bandwidth, 5ns Rise Time

High voltage differential probes for measurements up to 7000V and bandwidths to 70 MHz. Powered by 4 AA batteries or optional 6V DC mains adapter. Applications include: exact power semiconductor device measurements, switching power supply design, exact measurement of power converters, exact measurement of motor resulting. Features: Up to +/-700V / +/-7000V differential. 70 MHz bandwidth (-3 dB). High accuracy +/-2 %. High CMRR. Accessories: Spring loaded hook probes, 4 AA batteries, manual. Reference SI-9010. Plans: Attenuation(s): 100x/1000x. Accuracy: +/-2 %. Rise Time: 5 ns. Input blockage: 10 Mohm/10 pF. Input voltage: Differential Voltage (DC+Peak AC): +/-700V / +/-7000V. Common-Mode Voltage (DC+Peak AC): +/-7000V or 2500Vrms. Complete Max. Voltage (DC+Peak AC): +/-7000V or 2500Vrms. Output voltage: +/-7V (into 50 kohm load) Swing. +/-5 mV offshoot (Type). 0. 9 mVrms sound (Type). 50 kohm Source blockage (Type). CMRR (Type): -80 dB at 50 Hz; -60 dB at 20 kHz. Operating temperature/humidity: -10 to +40 degree C / 25 to 85 % RH. Storage temperature/humidity: -30 to +70 degree C / 25 to 85 % RH. 2002/95/EC RoHS compliant. 90cm Cable length. 60cm Input leads length. Measures 202mm length by 83mm width by 38mm height.

What people considered before buying FLUKE179/EDA2:
  1. Fluke Carrying Case
  2. Fluke TPAK Meter Hanging Kit
  3. Fluke Test Probe
  4. Fluke AC285 SureGrip Alligator Clips
  5. Fluke Test Lead Set
  6. Fluke AC175 Threaded Slide-on Alligator Clip Set with Flexible Boots
  7. Fluke 117 Electricians True RMS Multimeter
  8. Fluke 115 Compact True-RMS Digital Multimeter

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