What does a fluke ScopeMeter do?

What does a fluke ScopeMeter do?

The TrendPlot function in the Fluke ScopeMeter® test tool helps find those faults by: Plotting minimum and maximum peak values and average over time up to 22 days. Plotting any combination of voltages, amps, temperature, frequency and phase for all four inputs, all with time and date stamp to pinpoint faults.

What is Fluke oscilloscope?

Fluke’s scopemeters are designed to be used in the field. They service automation equipment, avionics, medical imaging equipment and industrial electrical equipment. These meters will show you problems you can’t detect with other tools.

What do you use a ScopeMeter for?

A ScopeMeter® is usually used in troubleshooting electrical equipment. As such, it is widely used in a variety of different fields, such as the scientific field, engineering, telecommunications, and industry. Whenever there is an electrical system that may need to be tested, a ScopeMeter® can be used.

How much does an oscilloscope cost?

An o-scope that has a narrow bandwidth of 200 MHz can go for a few hundred dollars; however, a top of the line oscilloscope with a measurement bandwidth of 1 GHz ca go for almost $30,000!

What is a fluke probe?

Fluke test leads and probes enhance your ability to take multimeter measurements in different environments. From probe-in-one to modular retractable test leads with alligator clips and probes, and patch cords of various lengths. All test leads are 1.5 m (59 in) long.

What is the advantage of using an oscilloscope over a multimeter to measure voltage in a circuit and frequency?

One of the advantages of an oscilloscope over multimeter is that oscilloscopes also have the ability to visually display complex signals (the “picture” part in the adage), able to show a transient signal that may pose a threat to a system can be displayed, measured, and isolated with an oscilloscope.