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Fluke 116 HVAC Multimeter


 
 

Designed by electricians. Engineered by Fluke.

The Fluke 116 HVAC Multimeter features temperature and microamps measurements useful for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC/R) technicians.  The Fluke 116 is a compact true-rms meter and has everything needed in an HVAC meter including temperature and microamp measurements to quickly troubleshoot problems with HVAC equipment and flame sensors.

The Fluke 116 also, has dual impedance capability: incorporating both regular high impedance test capabilities and low impedance functions for detecting ghost voltages, just switch to the Auto-V/LoZ (low impedance) test setting to whether measurement is a ghost voltage.

  • Auto-V stands for automatic volts. This feature automatically determines whether the measured signal is ac voltage or dc voltage, selects the correct function and range, and displays the correct information.

  • LoZ stands for Low Impedance (Z). This feature presents a low impedance input to the circuit under test. This reduces the possibility of false readings due to ghost voltages and improves accuracy when testing to determine absence or presence of voltage.

Also check out the Fluke 114 Electrical Multimeter, the Fluke 115 Multimeter, and the Fluke 117, the Electricianís Multimeter with Non-contact voltage.

What's Included?

  • 4 mm silicone test lead set

  • 80BK Integrated Temperature probe

  • Holster

  • Installed 9 V battery

  • User manual

More Information
Download PDF brochureSee the Fluke 116 Brochure

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