LONDON, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Farnell element14 announces it will stock the Fluke CNX3000 wireless multimeter which allows the user to solve problems faster and manage results from multiple sources.
Part of the new Fluke wireless troubleshooting team, the CNX3000 gives visibility of live measurements from multiple modules simultaneously and remotely on a single screen. Displaying readings from up to three wireless modules, plus the meter, the optional laptop adapter can display readings from up to 10 modules, both from up to 20 metres away.
Chris Godfrey, MRO Segment Manager at Farnell element14, said: "The CNX3000 is a really exciting development for us as it allows the user to take multiple measurements at the same time, wirelessly. We are constantly developing our product range in the sector to make it easier for our customers to find all the products they need from one distributor."
Alan Thomson, Global Sales Director for Fluke, said: "We are very proud of the CNX3000. The completely wireless function allows the capture of up to 65,000 sets of min/max/avg readings over single to multiple logging sessions using the recording capability. It also allows the isolation of intermittent events or recording signal fluctuations without even being there using the log function on the modules. Safety is increased as readings can be taken in a separate location from the point of measurement."
The product can be used for the following applications:
- Detecting power interruption - measurement procedures
- Single phase measurement procedures
- Determining current imbalance
- Measure incoming current
Fluke CNX3000 meets measurement Category 1000 V CAT III and Category IV 600 V safety Standards.
Newark element14 is a high-service distributor of technology products and solutions for electronic system design, maintenance and repair including an extensive range of development kits, capacitors, resistors, connectors, relays switches, semi conductors and cables.
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