Fluke’s 120B series handheld oscilloscope provides a dual-input waveform and meter reading recorder for trending data over extended periods. It includes technology to adjust numerical readout based on measured signal.
AEMC’s 6528 handheld megohmmeter has an intuitive pass/fail indication offering a blue/red backlight, making it easy to identify defective conditions. It includes an automatic test inhibitor if connected to a live circuit and has automatic discharge at the completion of the test.
Triplett Test Equipment & Tools’ EMF20 magnetic field meter is designed to measure extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields from 30–300 Hz produced from electric transmission equipment, power lines and more. It features a single axis sensor and a 3½-digit LCD display.
AEMC’s 6292 micro-ohmmeter can be used to accurately measure very low contact resistances of high-voltage circuit breakers, switches, busbars, etc., with test currents up to 200A. It operates in temperatures from 32°F to 122°F. It has filters and protection for measurements in electrical substations.
Amprobe’s 15XP-B 600V AC/600V DC digital multimeter is designed for electronics engineers, technicians and field service. It features a TTL logic test for digital circuits, an integrated tilt stand for bench use and a diode test for component-level troubleshooting.
Hilti’s PD-S laser meter is designed for distance and area measurements up to 60 m. It is pocket-sized and can resist hard job site environments. It measures distances and heights where traditional measuring methods fail. The measurement accuracy is 1½ mm. It provides single and continuous measurement.