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Industrial Cable Qualifier and Network Tester
Fluke Corp. David Ripple explains the company's LinkIQ cable qualifier and network tester. It tests Ethernet cable performance and signal-to-noise ration transmission characteristics as well as network connectivity specifics.
Dec 7th, 2021
Simultaneous Power Variable Assessment
Aaron Woody of Fluke Corp. details the company's newest 3-phase power analyzer—the Fluke 1770 Series—which can capture all power variables simultaneously.
Nov 29th, 2021
Industrial Imaging for Air Leak Detection
Fluke Corp.'s Aaron Woody details the company's ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager at Rockwell Automation Fair 2021. It uses acoustic imaging technology to detect compressed air leaks.
Nov 22nd, 2021
Fluke Reliability and Everactive Partner on Batteryless Machine Condition Monitoring Solutions
The new Fluke 3562 vibration sensor launches to help maintenance teams pinpoint machine faults before failure.
Oct 7th, 2021
New Fluke Networks LinkIQ Pinpoints The Leading Cause of Industrial Ethernet Failures
New tester combines the company’s advanced cable performance technology with switch diagnostics.
Apr 14th, 2021
Technology Matters: Maintenance and the Digital Transformation, Virtual Assistants, IoT Adoption and COVID-19
A review of key developments we’ve recently covered to help you stay on top of what’s happening in the world of industrial automation.
May 14th, 2020
Maintenance Leads Dana Inc.’s Digital Transformation
A look at how Dana Inc. is digitizing to improve production operations, reduce costs, and train workers using Fluke’s emaint CMMS as a core tool in the process.
Mar 24th, 2020
New Imager Technology Spots Air Leaks
Fluke’s new ii900 Industrial Sonic Imager combines audio and video technologies to pinpoint the sources of compressed air leaks in production environments.
May 28th, 2019
Calibration and documentation for process manufacturing: Costs, benefits and feasibility
This paper reviews route-based, automated calibration practices as an alternative to traditional methods. Findings suggest that smaller teams can feasibly conduct and document device calibrations, at a lower overall cost, with additional productivity and operational reliability benefits.
Apr 11th, 2019