Fluke Networks FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro

FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro



Fiber optic connector end-face contamination is a leading cause of fiber failures. Dirt and contaminant cause insertion loss and back-reflection that inhibits optical transmission and causes havoc with transceivers. Fiber loss and OTDR testing can expose this problem, but in many cases, dirty connections make fiber testing time consuming and inaccurate.

Since dirt can be an issue before, during, or after fiber optic certification testing, and migrate from one fiber optic connector end-face to another upon mating, both sides of any connection must always be cleaned and inspected. Further, mating contaminated fiber optic connectors can cause permanent damage as microscopic debris is crushed between end-faces in physical contact. Even factory terminated patch cords or pigtails must be inspected as protective caps do not keep fiber optic connector end-faces clean. Avoiding this common cause of failure, starts with inspecting the fiber optic connector end-face and eliminating any contamination before insertion into a bulkhead or piece of equipment.

The FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro is a fiber optic inspection scope that allows you to inspect and certify fiber optic connector end-faces in 2 seconds so you can get the job done the first time. This fiber optic inspection scope provides automated PASS/FAIL certification take the guess work out of fiber inspection so anyone can be a fiber expert.

TPI Differential Probe Series

Differential Probe Series



TPI also offers three models of high voltage differential probes all with high common mode rejection, wide bandwidth, and fast rise times. Differential probes enable the viewing of signals not referenced to earth ground and provide better performance than a matched pair of single ended oscilloscope probes when measuring these types of signals.

TPI Non-Switchable Passive Oscilloscope Probe

Non-Switchable Passive Oscilloscope Probe



Non-switchable passive oscilloscope probe is use with bench top, portable, analog and oscilloscopes. Applications: Logic signal and waveform tests, measure voice/data signals, analyze power quality and test motor control circuits. 15 MHz bandwidth and x1 attuenation. RoHS Compliant. Rise time 23ns. 1.2m cable length. 1Meg resistance input. 47pF capacitance input. 600V Maximum input voltage DC + peak AC.


  • Logic signal and waveform tests
  • Measure voice/data signals
  • Analyze power quality and test motor control circuits

TPI SP Series, Switchable

SP Series, Switchable



The slimline design SP Series probes are available in fixed or switchable attenuation.These series of probes are perfect for the technician needing additional features such as replaceable cable and interchangeable probe tip. The compensation adjustment for these probes is located in the BNC to eliminate noise pickup.

Wahl OM-16 Portable Micro-Ohmmeter

Wahl OM-16 Portable Micro-Ohmmeter

Portable Micro-Ohmmeter
Low Resistance Tester for Real-time Temperature Readings and Calculations

The Wahl OM16 micro-ohmmeter is designed for applications such as bond tester, ground bond tester and insulation tester. Easy to use, it performs measurements on inductive and non-inductive resistances with a DC current. Its large interactive display informs the operator in real time about the type of measurement, range, calculation conditions (resistance calculated according to a reference temperature), thresholds status and values.

The NEW! Wahl Portable Micro-Ohmmeter is designed for maintenance departments, workshops, and field use. Easy to use, the OM16 performs measurements on inductive and non-inductive resistances with a DC current. Its large interactive display informs the operator in real time about the type of measurement, range, calculation conditions (resistance calculated according to a reference temperature), thresholds status and values. Designed for harsh environments, the OM16 is encased in a Pelicase® type carrying case and features a washable plastic keyboard and key-locked measurement plugs. Measurement probe provides 4-wire measurement for the highest accuracy.

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FLIR T-SERIES Thermal Imaging Cameras

T-SERIES Thermal Imaging Cameras



T-SERIES Thermal Imaging Cameras For Predictive Maintenance

To keep equipment running reliably, you need dependable troubleshooting tools that can help you find and report problems fast. That’s why Flir Infrared Cameras are idispensable they let you see invisible. They let you see invisible heat caused by electrical resistance, mechanical wear, and other issues early enough to help you keep things operating safely and head off expensive downtime. And no other line of thermal imager makes it easier to capture and share findings that T-Series.

  • NEW UltraMax – allows you to generate reports with images that have four times as many pixels, and 50% less noise, so you’ll be able to zoom in on smaller targets and measure them more accurately than ever.
  • Its infrared resolution is the highest of its class, at 640 X 480 pixels it offers greater accuracy and readability from greater distances
  • A thermal sensitivity of <0.02°C to enable quick and accurate imaging of targets
  • An optimized temperature range of -40°F to 3,632°F (-40°C to 2,000°C)
  • New higher resolution digital camera with a 5 megapixel detector and LED lamps
  • A large 4.3″ LCD touch screen with efficient on-screen report
  • Wi-Fi connectivity allows to send data to smart phones and tablets and now even personal computers
  • More measurement tools allow for a total of 10 measurement spots and 5 box areas
  • And ergonomic tilting lens that allows a 120° rotation for more comfortable operation
  • Bluetooth communication lets your link and store moisture and clamp meter reading wirelessly to your camera
  • Thermal fusion and picture-in-picture allow you to see both visible images and infrared thermal images side by side, or blended as one for better depictions
  • Capable of creating MPEG4 non-radiometric infrared or daylight video recording
  • Realtime video frame rate
  • Capable of streaming MPEG4 videos over Wi-Fi

Fluke 5627A Probe, RTD Industrial 12 x 1/4 inch

5627A Probe, RTD Industrial 12 x 1/4 inch



One of the best features of this sensor is that it conforms to the standard 385 curve, letting you use your DIN/IEC RTD meters fully. Why use a precision thermometer or RTD temperature probe that’s less accurate than your meter?

The 5627A is manufactured using a coil suspension element design for increased shock and vibration resistance. It has a mineral-insulated sheath with a minimum bend radius of 19 mm (3/4-inch) for flexibility and durability. (Bend, if any, should be specified at time of order.)

Six- and nine-inch 5627A precision thermometers are calibrated at –196 °C, –38 °C, 0 °C, 200 °C, and 300 °C. For 12-inch versions of these precision thermometers, the point at 300 °C is replaced by a calibration point at 420 °C.

Each probe is individually calibrated and includes a NVLAP-accredited report of calibration from the manufacturer, lab code 200706-0.

This RTD temperature probe is an excellent value for a precision thermometer. It has the price-to-accuracy and price-to-durability ratios you should demand in all of the precision thermometers you buy!

Fluke 5616-12 Probe, Secondary PRT

5616-12 Probe, Secondary PRT



You won’t find another NIST-traceable reference temperature sensor that matches the accuracy and temperature range of the 5616 for the same price.

The 5616-12 is a 100-ohm platinum resistance thermometer (PRT) with excellent short-term repeatability and comes with an unaccredited NIST-traceable calibration.

The temperature range of the 5616 covers –200 °C to 420 °C, and its high-purity platinum element and durability make it great for calibrating in the lab or in the field. When choosing a reference with a platinum element, there are two things you want to look at carefully: the short-term repeatability and the long-term drift. When PRTs are thermally cycled over their temperature range as they would be during a calibration, their resistance at the triple point of water can move up and down within an expected range. Fluke Calibration defines this range (called “short-term repeatability) as the repeatability at the triple point of water during three thermal cycles. 5616s are among the best performing in their class with short-term repeatability better than ± 0.010 °C (± 0.004 °C is typical). In addition, the 5616’s drift is ± 0.007 °C at the triple point of water when exposed up to its maximum temperature (420 °C) for 100 hours. These specifications are given at k=2 and therefore include a 95 % confidence level.

The 5616’s sealed ¬INCONEL® 600 sheath is 298 mm (11.75 in) long and 6.35 mm (0.250 in) in diameter. The probe’s PTFE-jacketed cable is made of silver plated copper that ends with four-wire leads, which eliminate the effects of lead-wire resistance on measurements. Use the 5616 with Fluke Calibration’s 1523/1524 Handheld Reference Thermometer, 1560 Black Stack, 1529 Chub-E4, or 1502A Tweener thermometer readouts.

Each sensor comes with a manufacturer’s report of calibration. The report includes the expanded uncertainty (k=2) at seven calibration temperature points, ITS-90 calibration coefficients, and a temperature vs. resistance table presented in 1 °C increments. Compare the 5616 to other Secondary Reference PRTs. You’ll like its price, but you’ll love its performance.

Fluke 5609-20 Probe, Secondary PRT

5609-20 Probe, Secondary PRT



If you want a very stable thermometer from –200 °C to 670 °C and are particular about the calibration, then look no further than our 5609 Secondary Reference PRT. Its short-term stability at the triple point of water is only ± 7 mK and its one-quarter inch (6.23mm) diameter lets you get accurate measurements in only 100 mm of immersion.

The 5608 is also a ± 7 mK probe at the triple point of water, but its one-eighth inch (3.18 mm) diameter gets you accurate measurements from –200 °C to 500 °C with only 80mm (3.1 in) of immersion. With multiple sheath length options on both of these probes, you can find the dimensions that are just right for your specific application.

The 5608 comes with a one-eighth inch (3.18 mm) diameter sheath in lengths of 9 inches or 12 inches. The 5609 comes with a one-quarter inch (6.35 mm) diameter sheath in lengths of 12 inches, 15 inches, and 20 inches; or with a 6 mm diameter in lengths of 300 mm, 400 mm, or 500 mm.

When looking for improved response time and reduced stem effect in shallow immersion, look for small diameter probes, because the measurement error called stem effect is caused by the diameter of the stem rather than the length of the stem.

Both of these probes have Inconel™ sheaths and are made using a special manufacturing process, giving them great precision over a wide temperature range. The sensors for these probes are reference-grade platinum and feature four-wire connections with less noisy measurements than two-wire counterparts.

These probes come with a certificate of compliance to ensure the meet their specifications. If you’d like, you can also order a NVLAP-accredited calibration from our laboratory, lab code 200348-0. On the report of calibration, you’ll get the test data and the ITS90 calibration coefficients that you can easily input into any Fluke Calibration thermometer. If you order your probe with an smart connector, we’ll program the coefficients directly into your connector, which loads the coefficients for you when you plug it into our 1524 Handheld Thermometer.
Since machine downtime is costly, test repeatability is critical. The Fluke 830 uses a patented single laser precision alignment system that provides accurate and repeatable measurement results so you can be assured you’re addressing misalignment problems properly.