New Fluke IR Module Enables Existing Fluke Tools to Share Data
- Published: Friday, 07 November 2014 15:52
Fluke, the world leader in compact professional test tools, has introduced a compact interlocking module which enables the wireless connection of some existing Fluke tools to the free Fluke Connect™ mobile app.
By inserting the new Fluke ir3000FC Connector over the IR port of a Fluke 189, 287 or 289 Digital Multimeter (DMM), or a Fluke 789 ProcessMeter™, technicians can efficiently and safely capture real-time readings from the primary display and share data instantly with other team members in the field.
Technicians can AutoRecord™ measurements safely and free to Fluke Cloud™ storage from wherever they are working, without writing anything down. Everyone on the team with a smart phone and the app can see the data.
EquipmentLog™ history allows technicians to assign measurements to specific equipment, creating a cloud-based history of test measurement data for easy access during both troubleshooting and reliability maintenance. TrendIt™ enables technicians to instantly graph data, helping to identify trends and quickly make informed decisions.
The app features ShareLive™ video call, allowing users to securely connect and collaborate with others. This enables other team members to see what the technician can see, so that work approvals at a remote location can be authorised without the technician leaving the field. The Fluke Connect app is downloadable free from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
The true-rms Fluke 289 Industrial Logging Multimeter and Fluke 287 Electronics Logging Multimeter are high performance DMMs designed to solve complex problems in electronics, plant automation, power distribution, and electro-mechanical equipment. They feature TrendCapture, which graphically displays a logged data session to quickly determine whether anomalies may have occurred. The Fluke 789 ProcessMeter is the ultimate troubleshooting tool for electricians and instrumentation professionals, combining the functionality of a loop calibrator with the power of a digital multimeter.
Fluke Cloud storage infrastructure has been built to be one of the most flexible and secure cloud computing environments available, built upon state-of-the-art security, including secure access, electronic surveillance, multi-factor access control systems, built-in firewalls, and encrypted data storage.
More than twenty Fluke tools connect wirelessly with the Connect app, including digital multimeters, thermal imagers, insulation testers, process meters, and specific voltage, current and temperature meters.