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The Fluke Networks OptiFiber Pro Series 2 is an OTDR designed to make every level of user more efficient whether working in data centers, outside plant, FTTx or PON applications.

Users can set up and shoot traces in no time by using the Auto OTDR function which analyzes the fiber under test and then chooses appropriate settings. The EventMap feature analyzes traces like an expert, calculating overall loss and reflectance, indicating events such as splices, splitters bends and connectors.

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The measure of a system’s reliability of operation is known as its power quality. It is essential to check and maintain power quality, as a failure to do so may lead to significant losses through heating, unscheduled downtime and the and the shortened life cycle of power system apparatus.

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Used with the Fluke 1736 Power Quality Analyzer, the Fluke i40s-EL 3pk Clamp-on Current Transformer is used for low current measurement; suitable for making measurements up to 40A, and also measures accurately on 1A and 5A secondary current transformers.

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The i40s-EL jaw is capable of being clamped on current conductors up to 15mm in diameter.

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 Fluke 1735 Three-Phase Power Quality Logger In order to supply homes, businesses and industry with electric power, electric utilities generate three-phase electric current that is transmitted across an electrical grid.

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Vibration in rotating machinery is simply the back and forth movement or oscillation of a machine and components, such as drive motors, driven devices (pumps, compressors, etc.), and the bearings, shafts, gears, belts and other elements that make up mechanical systems. Vibration itself is not the problem, but excess vibration is a symptom of internal issues, such as bearing failures, imbalance, misalignment and looseness that shorten equipment lifespan.

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The Fluke 1750 Three Phase Power Recorder, with its three phase modes, cross channeling and current triggers, will capture all measurement and automatically record every event and parameter for any cycle.

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Distortion, harmonics and variations in voltage can cause a variety of problems in electrical lines, resulting in wasted power, accelerated deterioration of equipment, and high levels of electromagnetic interference, causing an electrical system to become unstable and eventually breakdown.

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Electrical current flowing through a conductive wire should reach its intended destination. However, it is possible that some of the current may be lost along the way for various reasons.

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To fully analyze, diagnose issues and keep equipment operational, power quality surveys are necessary.

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A standard diagnostic tool in the electrical industry, a digital multimeter is used to measure two or more electrical values, mainly voltage (volts), current (amps) and resistance (ohms).

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Troubleshoot problem equipment and understand the root cause of failure with the Fluke 810 Vibration Tester.

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The 810 can be utilized prior to planned maintenance to provide measureable proof of equipment condition, and help to anticipate equipment failures before they happen.

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