I'm looking for working/non-working chargers. The 'Fluke BE860-120' and the 'BE860-240' are no longer made/supported. I'm trying to put one together from broken ones. Please help me. Ivan
on 09/15/2013 – Made popular on 09/15/2013
I recently purchased a 'Fluke 189' (3yrs ago). I finally found the parts (LCD and input block) I needed on eBay from a dealer in AZ (a-fluke). He's got quite a bit of fluke parts, but he can't seem to help me with the last item I need. I'm looking for the LCD mask for the meter. Fluke Corp. has been less than helpful. They won't give me a part # and have treated me with open hostility.
I use a scribbler robot with an IPRE fluke for my classes. It is a bluetooth device running the serial port profile. On Ubuntu, I have a funky situation where the fluke does not work correctly the very first time I connect to it.
I am using a fluke 77 Series II and I like alot ... But the other day I got a Fluke 333 AC clamp meter and it works really good but I have no use for one and I was looking to sell or trade it to buy another meter ...So my questions is what should I go with what I can sell the Fluke 333 for ?
I'm looking to buy a good DMM exclusively for electronics and have narrowed it down to the Fluke 87V and the Agilent U1272A. I know the Fluke 87 V seems to be the go to DMM but by reading the Agilent specs it seems slightly better (lower ranges for Volts, Currents, Ohm etc.). Would you have any recommendation between the two?
Have a Fluke 123 scope and have a question about measuring current with it: using a 6-volt DC power supply & 1,000 ohm resistor I measure 6 mA with my Fluke 87 meter but with my Fluke 123 I measure 681 mA. Using channel A on the scope I have the red probe (channel A) connected to one end of the resistor and the com probe to negative (series circuit).
If you thought the last surge in Bitcoins was a fluke, well then, here’s another fluke for you to contemplate. Since this article on CNBC was written on Thursday, Bitcoin has surged once again. Bitcoin has risen from a pre-$300 start early in the week to almost breaking the $400 barrier on Friday.
I always thought it was a fluke but there has been quite a number of times per year that walking or driving under a streetlight, I notice it goes out when I'm within maybe 50 feet.
I just thought it as a fluke and never paid any attention but I was reading this article about it....http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2010/0...f-the-sliders/.....