Fluke announces the release of its new line of battery testers to conduct backup power tests from Data Centers, hospitals, airports, utilities, oil and gas companies, and railways.
Fluke 500 series battery testers were specifically designed to test in situ batteries including GEL, AGM (Absorbed Glass MAT), lithium-ion and lead-acid liquid lead.
These new battery testers (3 models: Fluke BT510, Fluke BT520 and Fluke 521) perform all key measurements, including battery strength, DC and AC voltage, DC and AC current (Fluke BT521 model), ripple voltage, frequency and battery temperature (Fluke BT521 model).
The display-based test sensors for these new battery testers streamline the testing process by displaying measurement results on their built-in LCD screens, while allowing technicians not to interrupt the process to observe the application. Technicians can automatically record voltage and temperature readings, or use the built-in recording button, which simplifies and speeds up the testing process.
The probes also allow infrared temperature measurements (Fluke BT521 model), they have a tricolor LED (OK/Failure/Warning) and also provide audio indications.
Fluke battery testers come with a handy magnetic fastening strap, shoulder strap and innovative transport harness that reduce fatigue when measuring large series of batteries.
The Fluke 500 series models are also provided with easy-to-use but powerful analytics software to generate reports and analysis. This software is also capable of managing large amounts of data and producing scan graphs and tables on a PC, or quickly creating e-mail reports with csv files.
Find out more: www.fluke.fr