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Fluke 43B in the big apple

Spotted at the World Trade Center construction site

February 2015

"likely on their way to do some frontline troubleshooting"

You never know where you're going to run into Fluke tools these days. Last October a Fluke editor walking down a New York City street near the new World Trade Center caught a glimpse of a Fluke 43B Single Phase Power Quality Analyzer, hanging out with some workers across from the construction site.

Waiting to go to work with the Fluke 43B

In Lower Manhattan, waiting to go to work with the Fluke 43B.

The Fluke 43B has been the go-to industry-leading single phase analyzer in industrial settings for over a decade.

The Fluke 43B has been the go-to industry-leading single phase analyzer in industrial settings for over a decade.

Knowing how capable the 43B is, the workers were likely on their way to do some frontline troubleshooting or to spot-check a power system. But that's only a guess. The 43B combines power quality analyzer, multimeter, and scope features - in one handy tool - so it could have been on its way to all kinds of projects.

One of the office towers? The World Trade Center Transportation Hub? The Memorial & Museum? The 500,000+ square feet (46.45+ square meters) of retail space? Or perhaps the Performing Arts Center?

Links
Find out more about the 43B »
Read “Stepping Up to Power Quality Tools" »
Watch video of WTC construction »