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Fluke 116 True RMS Multimeter

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About this product


  • Built-in thermometer for HVAC applications
  • Microamps to test flame sensors
  • Low input impedance: helps prevent false readings due to ghost voltage

Product overview

Built-in thermometer for HVAC applications•Microamps to test flame sensors•Low input impedance: helps prevent false readings due to ghost voltage•Resistance, continuity, frequency and capacitance•Min/Max/Average with elapsed time to record signal fluctuations

The Fluke 116 digital multimeter delivers the capabilities professionals demand to troubleshoot and repair HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems. It has everything you need in an HVAC meter, including temperature and microamp measurements to help you quickly troubleshoot problems with HVAC equipment and flame sensors. The Fluke 116 comes with the Fluke 80BK-A integrated DMM temperature probe. The microamp function allows flame sensor measurement down to 0.1 microamps. The AutoV/LoZ function prevents false readings caused by ghost voltage. The Fluke 116 also has a large white LED backlight for work in poorly lit areas. It measures resistance, continuity, frequency, and capacitance and provides Min/Max/Average readings with elapsed time to record signal fluctuations. Fluke 116 multimeters are independently tested for safe use in CAT III 600V environments

How do I test a capacitor

Asked by: Miker 1234
I would advise you familiarise yourself with the correct operation of the device by fully reading the instruction manual. Pay particular attention to the warning notice on page 10 in regard to high voltage capacitors. A guide to measuring capacitance can be found on page 13 If you are still unsure there is a wealth of "how to" videos available on the World Wide Web easily accessed with a simple search of the phrase "how to measure capacitance on a multimeter", or you could seek help from a qualified electrician.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2018-02-02
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