Fluke 902 FC True-rms HVAC Clamp Meter takes Gold Award at ACHR-The News Awards

EVERETT, WA -- The Fluke 902 FC True-rms HVAC Clamp Meter has won the Gold Award in the Testing and Monitoring Products category in the 13th annual Dealer Design Awards sponsored by The Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News (ACHR-The News) magazine. The awards were chosen by an independent panel of HVAC contractors.

The rugged CAT III 600V / CAT IV 300V rated Fluke 902 FC performs the essential measurements of HVAC systems — microamps for testing pilot light sensors, resistance up to 60 kilohms, AC current, AC/DC voltage, capacitance and contact temperature — eliminating the need to carry multiple tools. Its small body is easy to hold and the jaw fits perfectly in tight work spaces.

As part of Fluke Connect — the industry's largest system of software and more than 40 wireless test tools — the 902 FC can transmit measurements to a smartphone or tablet for later, detailed analysis. Those measurements can be uploaded to the cloud. Technicians can combine measurement data from multiple Fluke Connect test tools to create and share reports from the job site via email and collaborate in real time with other colleagues with ShareLive™ video calls or email, increasing productivity in the field.

The wireless clamp meter also decreases the frequency that technicians will need to wear personal protective equipment when working on high voltage/current panels. Simply turn off the panel, verify the panel is deenergized using standard safety procedures, place the clamp and sync it to a smartphone with the Fluke Connect app, close the panel, reenergize it, and take measurements from a safe distance.

For more information on the Fluke 902 FC True-RMS HVAC Clamp Meter, visit: http://www.fluke.com/902fc

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