Temperature and humidity are the foundation of indoor air quality (IAQ)
We rely on HVAC equipment to maintain acceptable temperature, humidity and ventilation levels for occupant health and comfort, and, now more than ever, to help regulate building health and manage increasing energy costs. The relationship between HVAC equipment, occupied space requirements, building materials, weather conditions and pressure differentials is an ever-changing dynamic process for indoor air diagnostics (IAD).
Particle counter from Fluke to test and analyze indoor air quality
Temperature and humidity are two important factors in maintaining optimal comfort levels and good indoor air quality. Quickly and conveniently take accurate humidity and temperature readings with the Fluke 971.
The Fluke 975V AirMeter™ test tool raises indoor air monitoring to the next level by combining five powerful tools in one, rugged and easy-to-use handheld device.
The Fluke 975 AirMeter™ test tool raises indoor air monitoring to the next level by combining five powerful tools in one, rugged and easy-to-use handheld device.
A kit of 7 mini-plug connectors.
Set consists of: 4 Mini Testhooks, 2 red, 2 gray.
Contains replacement parts for usage with the VPS200 & PM8918 Scope Probes.
FlukeView software adds PC power to your Fluke ScopeMeter test tool
TRM50 Coaxial Feed-through BNC male to BNC female Cable Terminator.
Double insulated voltage probe for ScopeMeter 190 series. Each probe set includes:600 V CAT III / 1000 V CAT II rated 10:1 Voltage
Draw flue gas samples up to 700ºF (370ºC) reliably for measurement with the Fluke CO-210 Carbon Monoxide probe or Fluke CO-220 Carbon Monoxide meter.
Fluke 922/Kit was designed and built for how (and where) you do your job, with performance, ruggedness and ease of use, setting the Fluke 922 apart from the competition.
Fluke 3000 FC HVAC System lets you work on electrical panels faster, safer, easier. Connect the remote modules, view readings from a distance.