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Product selection guide: Digital multimeters

Use our product selection guide to find the digital multimeter that fits your needs best.
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Fluke 114 Digital Multimeter
Fluke 1587 FC Insulation Multimeter
Fluke 114 Electrical MultimeterFluke 1587 FC Insulation Multimeter
CategoryCompact 
Auto / manual ranging   
Basic DC accuracy0.50 %0.09 % 
Counts60006000 
Digits3.53.5 
True RMS readingsACAC 
Wide bandwidth1 kHz5 kHz 
Continuity with beeper   
LoZ: low input impedance  
Resistance40 MΩ50 MΩ 
Voltage AC/DC600 V1000 V 
Capacitance9,999 µF 
Current AC/DC400 mA 
Diode test  
Frequency99.99 kHz 
Insulation test  
Number of voltage test ranges  
Temperature-40 °C to +537 °C 
Analog bargraph  
Backlight   
WirelessFluke Connect™ enabled 
Display hold   
Min-max recording   
Automatic power off   
Automatic selection, AC/DC volts  
Closed case calibration   
Low battery indication   
Operating temperature range-10 °C to +50 °C-20 °C to +55 °C 
Removable holster   
Fuse access  
Smoothing  
Dangerous voltage indication   
EN61010-1 CAT III600 V1000 V 
IP ratingIP 42IP 40 
Warranty3 years3 years 
EN61010-1 CAT IV600 V 
Input alert  
PI/DAR timed ratio test  
Temperature compensationThrough Fluke Connect™ Measurements app 
Memory storageThrough Fluke Connect™ Measurements app 
Insulation test voltages50 V, 100 V, 250 V, 500 V, 1000 V 
Insulation resistance0.01 MΩ to 2 GΩ 
Auto-discharge of capacitive voltage  
Insulation test smoothing reading  
Frequency  
Capacitance  
Diode test  
Temperature  
Min-max  
Low-pass filter (for work on VSDs)  
AC/DC voltage  
DC millivolts  
AC/DC milliamps  
Resistance0.01 MΩ to 50 MΩ 
Continuity  
Warranty3 years 
Remote probe, test leads, alligator clips  
Type K thermocouple  
Rugged, utility hard case  
Auto power off  
Fluke Connect™ compatible  
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