Fluke earns NECA Showstopper Award for T6 Electrical Testers

  • October 20, 2017
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Fluke earns NECA Showstopper Award for T6 Electrical Testers
Fluke earns NECA Showstopper Award for T6 Electrical Testers

October 20, 2017 – The Fluke T6 Electrical Testers have been recognized in the National Electrical Contractor Association (NECA) Showstopper Awards as one of the top products at the 2017 NECA Convention. The NECA Showstopper Awards highlight new products and services that help electrical contractors on the job.

This is the first award for the Fluke T6 Electrical Testers, which were introduced in September 2017.

The Fluke T6 Electrical Testers with FieldSense technology are designed to make troubleshooting safer and more efficient by allowing electricians to take simultaneous voltage and current measurements — not just detection — without test leads.

The T6 testers make it possible to take reliable true-rms measurements in crowded junction boxes or along conductors with inaccessible end points.

With the Fluke T6-600 and T6-1000 testers, electricians can:

  • Measure voltage up to 1000V through the open fork without test leads or exposed conductors.
  • Simultaneously measure and display voltage and current on the T6-1000. The T6-1000 also measures resistance up to 100.0 kΩ.
  • Measure 4/0 wires up with current up to 200 A.

At the heart of the T6 testers is the new Fluke FieldSense Technology, that enables the testers to give simultaneous, reliable voltage and current readings, not just simple go/no-go voltage detection.

The rugged testers are 1000 V CAT III, 600 V CAT IV safety rated (600V CAT III for the T6-600 model) and feature an easy to read display with a backlight.

About Fluke

Founded in 1948, Fluke Corporation is a provider of professional electronic test tools and software for measuring and condition monitoring. Fluke customers are technicians, engineers, electricians, maintenance managers, and metrologists who install, troubleshoot, and maintain industrial, electrical, and electronic equipment and calibration processes.

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