Compact Electrical Tester. With Field Sense Technology. Range 1000V AC/DC, 200A AC.
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Fluke T6-1000 Test Kit

Compact Electrical Tester. With Field Sense Technology. Range 1000V AC/DC, 200A AC.

Test Tools Price: £175.00 inc VAT £210.00
You save £70.00against RRP at £245.00 (inc VAT £294.00)

The Fluke T6-1000 is a compact digital multimeter offering AC/DC voltage measurements up to 1000V and AC current measurements up to 200A. With its special ‘OpenJaw’ & ‘Field Sense Technology’ it’s able to simultaneously measure and display AC current and voltage safely without connecting any test leads to the live circuit. It also offers continuity test with buzzer and resistance measurements up to 100kΩ.

This test kit is supplied with set of Fluke AC285 SureGrip Croc Clips & Fluke H-T6 Holster.

What we like about the Fluke T6-1000 Electrical Tester with ‘Field Sense Technology’

Display AC voltage and current simultaneously without making an electrical connection to the live circuit…that’s what we like! The Fluke T6-1000 is the first handheld test tool that allows you to measure AC voltage and current without making an electrical connection to live circuit it’s the safest way to take AC voltage measurements up to 1000V and AC current measurements up to 200A.

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