Fluke 75 Series II Digital Multimeter

Fluke 75 Series II Digital Multimeter
Manufacturer: Fluke
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Fluke 75 Series II Digital Multimeter


Fluke 75 Series II Digital Multimeter

  The Fluke Model 75 Handheld Multimeter features 3 1/2 digit 3200 Count display 31 segment analog bar graph 0.5% basic DC volts accuracy Autoranging selection three current ranges of 10 A 320mA and 32mA diode test and Sleep Mode to extend battery life.

   The Fluke 75 is an important part of Fluke¿s reputation. In many years of service they have become the preferred models for a large number of professionals. The Fluke 75 offers exactly the right fit for a wide range of measurements. They are truly all-round performers. The Fluke 75 is perfectly suited for many electronic applications and has the "classic" 70 series design with removable holster. The Fluke 75 has all the features and functions for a wide range of industrial applications packaged in an ergonomic case with integrated holster.


  • 0.3% basic accuracy
  • 3200 count resolution
  • Digital display with analog bargraph
  • Manual and automatic ranging
  • Automatic Touch Hold
  • Resistance, continuity and diode measurements
  • Ergonomic case
  • "Classic" design with removable holster
  • Sleep mode preserves battery life

   Rough handling and high voltage are tough on a meter. But the new Fluke 75 takes it all in stride. They're built tough inside and out. With overvoltage protection to guard against spikes up to 6 kV, and safety ratings to prove it. They even protect against measuring voltage if the knob is accidentally set on ohms. Plus, their rugged, overmolded body armor case offers constant protection no matter how much you throw them around. As tough as they are, the Fluke 75 DMMs are very easy on you. The tapered design fits more easily in your hand, pocket, and tool box. The high-contrast displays are larger, with extra large characters that are easy to read from a distance. Plus, there's easier access to Fluke's patented TouchHold® mode which automatically captures the measurement, beeps, and locks it on the digital display for later viewing.