ProcessMeter Series Multimeter

Fluke - ProcessMeter Series

The Fluke 787 was the first tool to combine a DMM and a loop calibrator to give process technicians double the power in one tool. Now its even better, the range is extended with the Fluke 789 the ultimate loop calibration multimeter. The Fluke 789 has a 24-Volt loop supply reducing the need for taking a separate power supply when doing offline transmitter testing. And with its built-in, selectable 250-Ohm Hart resistor, it also eliminates the need to carry a separate resistor with you. Now process technicians can do a lot more while carrying a lot less.

Max Current (A): 1 (AC), 1 (DC)

Max Voltage (V): 1000 (AC), 0.001 (DC)

Max Resistance (Ω): 40 (AC)

Capacitance Measurement: None

Temperature Measurement: None

Frequency Measurement: Yes

Transistor Test: None

Continuity: Yes

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