COMTEST is offering the Fluke 368 & Fluke 369 true-RMS leakage current clamp meters that help users detect, document, record and compare leakage current readings over time as a means of preventing unplanned downtime, and identifying intermittent GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) and RCD (Residual Current Device) trips, all without taking equipment off line.
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The TiX580 is a rugged and superbly engineered 640 x 480 thermal imaging camera. Users can now perform thermal imaging inspections with more confidence and faster results than ever before - all with the ruggedness and ease of use expected from Fluke.
The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Electrical Engineering Department has recently undertaken a major refurbishment of their Electronic Engineering Laboratory with the help from Comtest.
announced that its instruments played an important role in a technology demonstration that could one day enable the next generation of ultra-high bandwidth wireless communications links. In an article published in the journal Nature Communications
, an international research team reported the first transmission of two real-time video signals through a terahertz multiplexer at an aggregate data rate of 50 gigabits per second, some 100x faster than cellular networks.
Comtest is offering the latest Fluke T6 600 & 1000 electrical testers that lets users test where it used to be impossible, like crowded junction boxes and conductors with inaccessible end points. And all of this without test leads, no exposed conductors and no metallic contact, delivering reliable voltage and current measurements. The T6’s promise huge time savings and less chance for something to go wrong. They measure voltage up to 1000 V ac through the open fork, without test lead contact to live voltage, and without opening covers for removing wire nuts. Also, on wires of up to AWG 4/0 (120 mm2), carrying as much as 200 A. The new Fluke T6 is billed as real-time game-changer.
, proudly represented locally by Comtest
, announced the availability of an innovative solution for critical power reliability with the release of the CellGuard ELS+ Electrolyte Level Monitoring System
Optical Time Domain Reflectometers (OTDRs) are used to verify or certify new fiber installations as well as troubleshoot and locate faults in already deployed fibers. AFL
has a FlexScan OTDRs
which enables both novice and expert technicians to quickly and reliably troubleshoot optical networks or fully characterize newly installed or repaired networks. Using the innovative SmartAuto mode, multiple OTDR scans detect, locate, identify and measure network components and faults. After applying industry-standard or user-set pass/fail criteria, the characterized network is displayed using FlexScan’s intuitive, icon-based LinkMap view.
has on offer the 9190A Ultra-Cool Field Metrology Well
, a small, lightweight, and accurate dry-block calibrator with best-in-class stability.