EVERETT, Wash. - Fluke, a world leader in test and measurement products and services, today introduced the Fluke 88V Automotive Test Combo Kit, featuring the newest Fluke automotive meter and a complete set of accessories designed to maximize productivity and safety for automotive professionals.
The kit features the new Fluke 88V Digital Multimeter, built specifically for automotive applications. The Fluke 88V has a built-in thermometer, enabling automotive technicians to take accurate temperature readings without buying a separate tool. It also features display digits that are 30 percent larger, with a brighter white backlight for easier reading. Packaged in a sturdy carrying case, the Fluke 88V Automotive Combo Kit comes with a variety of accessories that extend the capabilities of the meter. They include:
The magnetic hanger is particularly useful, enabling technicians to snap their meter securely onto body panels and other steel parts where it is easily accessible, freeing their hands for other tasks.
As future automotive electrical systems move to higher voltages, test tool safety becomes increasingly important. The Fluke 88V DMM is designed to meet the most rigorous safety standards, and its performance has been validated by independent testing organizations. The meter is rated for use in high-energy environments such as the electrical systems found in hybrid vehicles. The Fluke 88V multimeter uses ‘average responding’ technology that is well suited for automotive applications, and includes a number of capabilities and features helpful to automotive technicians, including:
The Fluke 88V Automotive Combo Test Kit is now available from Fluke distributors for $559 US. For more information on the Fluke 88V Automotive Test Kit and other Fluke products, visit www.fluke.com or contact Fluke Corporation, P.O. Box 9090, Everett, WA USA 98206, call (888) 308-5277, fax (425) 446-5116, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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