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Fluke 117 Digital Multimeter, Non-Contact AC Voltage Detection, Measures Resistance/Continuity/Frequency/Capacitance/Min Max Average, Automatic AC/DC Voltage Selection, Low Impedance Mode

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Color Electrician's True RMS Multimeter
Item Weight 550 Grams

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  • VoltAlert technology for non-contact voltage detection
  • AutoVolt automatic AC/DC voltage selection. DC millivolts - Range : 600.0 mV, Resolution : 0.1 mV
  • Low input impedance: helps prevent false readings due to ghost voltage
  • Large white LED backlight to work in poorly lit areas
  • True RMS for accurate measurements on non-linear loads.Operating temperature:-10°C to +50°C.Battery life:400 hours typical, without backlight
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    Fluke 117 Fluke 115 Fluke 87-V 3000FC
    Fluke 117 Fluke 115 Fluke 87-V 3000FC
    Testing Resistance, continuity, frequency and capacitance Resistance, continuity, frequency and capacitance Resistance, continuity and diode test Resistance, continuity and diode test
    True RMS True RMS for accurate measurements on non-linear loads True RMS AC voltage and current for accurate measurements on non linear signals
    Min/Max Min/Max/Average with elapsed time to record signal fluctuations Min/Max/Average to record signal fluctuations Min/Max-Average recording with Min/Max Alert to capture variations automatically
    Safety CAT III 600 V safety rated CAT III 600 V safety rated
    VoltAlert technology for non-contact voltage detection 10A ac/dc current measurement (20 A overload for 30-seconds max) Built-in thermometer Fluke Connect for logging, reporting and saving to the Cloud
    AutoVolt automatic AC/DC voltage selection Maximum Voltage ac/dc 600V Measure up to 1000 VAC and DC AC and DC voltage measurements to 1000V
    Low input impedance: helps prevent false readings due to ghost voltage Measure up to 10 A, 20 A for up to 30 seconds AC and DC current with 0.01 mA resolution

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    Customer Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars (4082) 4.9 out of 5 stars (2399) 4.7 out of 5 stars (581) 4.7 out of 5 stars (3250) 4.7 out of 5 stars (1385) 4.8 out of 5 stars (444)
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    Brand Name Fluke Fluke Fluke Klein Tools Klein Tools Fluke
    Color Electrician's True RMS Multimeter Yellow,Green Orange Multi White
    Item Dimensions 6.57 x 3.31 x 1.81 inches 6.57 x 1.82 x 3.31 inches 1.1 x 2.72 x 5.59 inches 1.78 x 3.07 x 6 inches 10 x 5.6 x 2.7 inches 0 x 0 x 0 inches
    Item Weight 1.21 lbs 1.21 lbs 7.05 ounces 0.51 lbs 0.90 lbs 1.40 lbs
    Power Source Battery Powered Battery Powered Battery Powered Ac/Dc Battery Powered
    Style Multimeter Standard Standard Voltage Tester Multimeter Standard Standard

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    With its integrated non-contact voltage detection and the AutoV/LoZ function preventing false readings caused by ghost voltage, the Fluke 117 Electrician's Multimeter is the ideal multimeter for electricians. In fact, users around the world have said their 117 is an investment in accuracy. The Fluke 117 provides Min/Max/Average readings, measuring frequency and capacitance. With its easy-to-use design, the Fluke 117 will save you time, allowing you to move from job to job with ease. Surge protection 6 kV peak per IEC 61010–1 600 VCAT III, Pollution Degree 2

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    Compact true-rms meter for commercial applications. The Fluke 117 is the ideal meter for demanding settings like commercial buildings, hospitals and schools. The 117 includes integrated non-contact-voltage detection to help get the job done faster.

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    4.0 out of 5 stars Forcing electricians to buy two meters
    By Picocosm on July 4, 2021
    Fluke has a reputation for being the best of the best, and I won't argue with that. I've been using this meter for going on two years now and have never had a single issue with it. I haven't even had to change the battery yet. And so I fully expect that this meter will serve me well for many, many years. Until recently, in fact, I thought there was no point in even writing a review: It's a Fluke, and everyone knows you can't go wrong with Fluke. But as time passes and I gain more experience with this meter and more exposure to the broader market, I find that I do have more thoughts about this product than I thought I would.

    First and foremost, while I don't disagree with labeling this an "electrician's multimeter," I do think it can be a little misleading or confusing and requires further explanation. I am not an electrician, but my impression is that real electricians tend to reach for something more like the Fluke T6-600 (or the T5-600, which is probably a better value for the money) as their daily go-to device. It's more nimble for moving around with and shoving in your pocket or tool bag. That product is technically marketed as a "tester" and not a "multimeter", so it wasn't even on my radar when I was meter shopping. I suppose the difference in labeling is to say that it's not the same precision instrument that the "real" multimeters are. You're only going to be measuring voltage in 1-volt increments, for example, and it has a relatively limited set of capabilities that cover just the essentials for an electrician. But that tester is less expensive and I want to note here that it includes one capability not found on the 117: a set of sensing jaws that can measure current up to 200 amps (100 amps on the T5) without breaking the circuit. The 117 is disappointing by comparison when it comes to current measurement. Sure, if you can rig it up so the current flows through the device (which you're not likely to want to do while troubleshooting household circuits), then you can measure up to the basic 10 amps. But the meter doesn't have a milliamp range, which means not only that you can’t make really fine current measurements (which I can’t say I’ve ever needed to do) but also that you can't buy the basic i400 current clamp if you want to add a T5/T6-like no-touch high-current sensing capability. You would have to get the much more expensive i410 if you're trying to add that capability -- at which point you're probably going to seriously consider just buying a separate meter that has a built-in clamp. So the complete inability to provide even a halfway economical option for a current clamp is fairly frustrating for an “electrician’s meter” and I feel the need to deduct one star. But for any other function, the 117 is a far superior device to the T5 or T6. The 117 will give you more precise readings over a larger range for the things that both meters can measure, and adds capabilities like capacitance (great for troubleshooting a heat pump or other motor with a run capacitor) and low-impedance voltage measurement, which has actually proven a lot more useful than I'd expected (although, to be fair, while the T5 and T6 don’t offer the ability to switch between two different input impedances, for electrical work they do strike a pretty good balance of low-but-not-too-low on the one input impedance that they do give you). It's just a little frustrating when you compare to something like the Klein CL800, which has a current sensing clamp and a temperature probe. Klein admittedly isn’t quite as highly regarded in the multimeter game as Fluke, and if it came down to it I’m sure the Fluke is a safer and more reliable instrument, but Klein is a respected brand. And the CL800 (or the cheaper CL700, if you’re not concerned with DC current) strikes me as a fuller “electrician’s meter” in that you’re not terribly likely to need to buy a second meter after it to round out the set with some missing capability (although it does still lack microamp and milliamp ranges). The Ames CM200A (which is not True RMS and has an AC-only amp fork but does provide in-line DC microamp measurement) also merits honorable mention here as a budget candidate for a person’s sole electrical/HVAC meter, but of course it’s not in the same class of products as these other meters that cost three times as much.

    In all, I think the 117 did turn out to be the best Fluke I could have gotten for my varied purposes as a homeowner — testing everything from a AA battery to a household receptacle to a heat pump run capacitor, and who knows what will come next. I do have two other cheapie meters in my arsenal, which I use for milliamps, microamps, and a current clamp. So I don’t want to give you the impression that this Fluke does everything for me. But I think it’s a pretty good compromise. Display contrast is okay but not brilliant. The probes are kind of cheap and tangle easily, but most people who really care probably have their preferred probes that they’d buy separately anyway. If you’re looking for something on a budget, I’ve been pretty satisfied with Kaiweets probes.

    If you're just starting out in the electrical trade, I'd urge you to take a good look at the T5-600 or T6-600 if you don’t already have something like that. But if you're looking for a more high-precision instrument or something more general-purpose that happens to also be suitable for use on mains electricity then the 117 is a great meter. Now, if your needs are more modest you might take a look at the Fluke 101. Adam Savage made a video gushing over that device, and if you just need to make basic voltage, resistance, and capacitance measurements (no current measurement capability) then that looks like a great way to get your hands on a Fluke without breaking the bank. And from a safety standpoint I'd feel a lot better about sticking that meter in a 120V mains socket than I would about some competitor's $50 meter with more features. If you’re willing to spend $100 or more, though, take a look at the Klein CL700 and CL800, which are feature-packed enough to go a long way toward solving the buying-two-meters problem that plagues the Fluke lineup. The Greenlee DM-510a (which lacks an amp clamp) would also be a fairly direct competitor to this Fluke and is a bit broader in its capabilities. Within the Fluke lineup, if you need a clamp meter instead of or in addition to the 117, the Fluke 323 might merit a look (or the 324 if you need one that measures capacitance too), but it doesn't have a low-impedance voltage mode, which again I'm a big fan of. (Fluke does sell the SV225 stray voltage eliminator as plug-in accessory for meters that don’t have LoZ built in, but it’s pretty pricey.) LoZ is really useful when troubleshooting to be able to determine whether a voltage is a "ghost voltage" or a real one. And I find that it works pretty well as a makeshift GFCI tester, although the current is probably a little lower than a proper GFCI tester (I estimate about 3.6 kOhm DC resistance). If you end up buying a multimeter that doesn’t have a LoZ function, you might consider supplementing it with something like a Klein ET60 tester, which is inherently low-impedance.

    I also have to mention the Brymen BM-235, Brymen BM-257, and Greenlee DM-510A (which is evidently a rebadged BM-257 intended for sale in the United States, and so perhaps likely to have a better warranty experience for US customers). These are not really electrician’s multimeters so much as they are general purpose, but they look like they do one heck of a job of being general purpose. I haven’t got my hands on any of these, but they appear at first glance to do everything that this Fluke 117 does and then some. You still don’t get an amp clamp, which is largely why I have to still tip my hat to the Klein CL800 as the best solution I can find for a full featured electrician’s meter, but you get temperature, microamps, milliamps, and a Cat IV 300V rating. And if you can tear yourself away from the Fluke name that (quite rightly) gives people a warm fuzzy feeling that their meter will be accurate and last forever, it’s pretty cool to see all that in one meter. And Brymen seems to be known for making very good quality meters.

    Whatever meter you decide on, be careful. Don’t attempt anything unless you’re confident you understand the risks. Turn off the power to anything you’re working on if at all possible, and call an electrician if you can’t do it safely yourself. If you’re working on an appliance with a big capacitor (which usually looks like a large cylinder), assume that component is holding enough charge to shock you even if the equipment isn’t plugged in.
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