Fluke Voltage, Continuity and Current Tester offer

Until 31st December 2015, Fluke is offering a choice of one from three free products when a customer purchases a Fluke T5-600 or T5-1000 Voltage, Continuity and Current Tester. The free products are a Fluke H5 Electrical Tester Holster, a Fluke CAMO-37 Camouflage Carrying Case or a Fluke 2AC VoltAlert™ Voltage Detector. For full details, including Terms and Conditions of the offer, go to www.fluke.co.uk/T5. The free items are claimed via the Fluke web site after the purchase.

The Fluke T5 Electrical Tester measures voltage, current and resistance and tests continuity, all in a single slim and compact package. The user simply selects volts, ohms or current and the tester displays the measurement on the clear digital display, or beeps when successful continuity is checked. The OpenJawÔ technology body ensures easy and safe measurement of AC currents up to 100A without breaking the circuit. The models measure up to 600V AC/DC (T5-600) and 1000V AC/DC (T5-1000), with 600V Category III (T5-600) or 1000V CAT III / 600V CAT IV (T5-1000) safety ratings. Detachable SlimReach™ test probes are customised for national electrical standards. A sleep mode ensures battery conservation.

The free products are the Fluke H5 Holster with belt loop, which stows the T5 with test probes and leads for rapid access; or the zipped storage Fluke CAMO-37 Camouflage Case with belt loop, which holds the T5, leads and probes; or the Fluke 2AC VoltAlert™ non-contact voltage tester with a tip which glows red within close proximity of an outlet, terminal strip, or power lead when voltage is present.  

Information about all Fluke products can be obtained via the Fluke web site at www.fluke.co.uk.

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