The Fluke 87V offers accuracy and diagnostics for maximum industrial productivity in the tool box or on the bench.
The Fluke 87V multimeter has improved measurement functions, troubleshooting features, resolution and accuracy to solve more problems on motor drives, in plant automation, power distribution, and electromechanical equipment.
With its newly incorporated selectable low pass filter, the Fluke 87V allows troubleshooters to take accurate voltage, current and frequency measurements on the output side of the drive at either the drive itself or the motor terminals.
The Fluke 87V/E2 Industrial Electrician Combo Kit makes troubleshooting more productive with standard meter hanging accessory for handsfree operation, soft case for protection and storage, 1.5 m heat resistant silicone test leads and more.
Features for maximum productivity
- Unique function for accurate voltage and frequency measurements on adjustable speed motor drives and other electrically noisy equipment
- Built-in thermometer conveniently allows you to take temperature readings without having to carry a separate instrument
- Large digit display with bright, two-level backlight
All inputs are protected to Category III, 1000 V and Category IV 600 V. They can withstand impulses in excess of 8,000 V and reduce risks related to surges and spikes.
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- Fluke 87V Industrial Multimeter
- Fluke AC220 retractable long reach alligator clips
- Fluke C35 lightweight soft case to provide optimal protection and storage
- Fluke TPAK ToolPak meter haning accessory to hold meter to steel surfaces
- Fluke TL224 1.5 m silicone leads resist head
- Fluke TP238 removable probes with 4 mm of exposed metal to use on industrial circuits
- 9V battery (installed)
- Getting Started Manual
- CD with detailed manual
- Fluke 80BK K-type temperature probe
- True-rms ac voltage and current for accurate measurements on non linear signals
- Selectable filter for accurate voltage and frequency measurements on motor drives
- 0.05 % dc accuracy
- 4-1/2 digit mode for precise measurements
- Built-in thermometer lets you carry one less tool
- Large display digits and two-level bright white backlight for increased visibility
- 10,000 µF capacitance range for components and motor caps
- Peak capture to record transients as fast as 250 µs
- Measure up to 1000 V ac and dc
- Measure up to 10 A, 20 A for up to 30 seconds
- Auto and manual ranging for maximum flexibility
- Analog bargraph
- Resistance, continuity and diode test
- Frequency to 200 kHz and % duty cycle
- Min/Max and average recording to capture variations automatically
- Relative mode to remove test lead resistance from low ohms measurements
- Improved sleep mode for long battery life
- Access door for fast battery changes without breaking the calibration seal
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Removable holster with built in test lead and probe storage
- Cat IV 600 V and Cat III 1000 V electrical safety ratings
- Basic test leads and alligator clips
- Bead type thermocouple temperature probe
Correctly measure pulse-width modulated motor drive signals
Until now, there hasn’t been a multimeter able to accurately measure adjustable speed drives. But the Fluke 87V is designed specifically to handle these complex signals. Think of the potential productivity you’ll gain by taking the guesswork out of drive system troubleshooting. Measurements are correct each and every time.
- Unique function for accurate measurements of noisy pulse-width modulated AC voltage.
- Measures correctly at the ASD and at the motor terminals
- Accurately measure the frequency (motor speed). Frequency measurement not affected by the ASDs carrier frequency
- Measure AC current with an optional current clamp accessory
- Compare reading from the 87V with the display on the ASD
- Special shielding blocks high frequency, high-energy noise generated by large drive systems
|Complex PWM drive signals are not a problem for the Fluke 87V
|Pulse-width modulated detail of 50 Hz motor drive output voltage. 1000 V, 50 micro-second pulses can cause erratic behavior in some test equipment.