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Publication Date: 05/1/2008
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Fluke Intros Utility Multimeter
Everett, WA — Fluke Corporation has introduced an easy-to-use utility multimeter designed to help utility workers, linemen and electricians to quickly diagnose electrical problems. The new Fluke 113 Utility Multimeter gives utility users the means to quickly and easily do basic meter set and reconnect testing. It has the features needed to repair most electrical problems.

Using the Fluke VCHEK LoZ, low impedance measurement function, users can simultaneously test for voltage or continuity. The Min/Max function permits recording signal fluctuations.

The instrument can also perform diode tests. It provides both auto and manual ranging capabilities. According to the company, the unit is simple to use and delivers significant improvements over other utility multimeters. It provides added measurement functions, backlight and a much larger display that's easier to view. In addition, because user safety is a central concern, the multimeter conforms with the latest safety standards. It meets Measurement Category CAT III 600 V and CAT IV 300 V standards. Convenience features include an integral holster with probe holders for easy storage. A large backlit display allows for easy visibility in low-lit areas. The optional ToolPak magnetic hanger allows the user to suspend the tool from steel surfaces for hands-free convenience.

Contact: Fluke Corp., P.O. Box 9090, Everett, WA 98206 888-492-7542 or 801-763-1600 fax: 425-446-5116 or 801-763-1010 E-mail: or Web: or

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