Fluke 190 Series II ScopeMeter® Test Tool The first four- and two-channel scopes built for CAT IV industrial environments Extend your arsenal of troubleshooting capabilities by visually inspecting signals amplitude, time, shape and disturbance or distortion characteristics. The Fluke 190 series combines the power of a high performance oscilloscope, multimeter and paperless recorder in an easy to use test tool you will come to rely on in the field.
Three-in-one simplicity for fast answers wherever you work
The compact ScopeMeter 120 Series is the rugged solution for industrial troubleshooting and installation applications. It's a truly integrated test tool, with oscilloscope, multimeter and "paperless" recorder in one affordable, easy-to-use instrument. Find fast answers to problems in machinery, instrumentation, control and power systems.
- Dual-input 40 MHz or 20 MHz digital oscilloscope.
- Two 5,000-count true-rms digital multimeters.
- A dual-input TrendPlot™ recorder.
- Connect-and-View™ trigger simplicity for hands-off operation.
- Shielded test leads for oscilloscope, resistance and continuity measurements.
- New! Industrial Networks bus health testing (Fluke 125).
- New! Measure harmonics and power, VA, VAR, W, PF (Fluke 125).
- Up to seven hours battery operation.
- 600 V CAT III safety certified.
- Optically isolated RS-232 interface.
- Rugged compact case.
A three-in-one tool
ScopeMeter 120 Series combines a 40 MHz or 20 MHz dual input digital storage oscilloscope, two true-rms digital multimeters and a dual input TrendPlot™ recorder all in a compact, battery powered instrument.
Connect-and-View™ triggering for an instant, stable display
Scope users know how difficult triggering can be. Incorrect settings show unstable and sometimes incorrect results. Fluke's unique Connect-and-View recognizes signal patterns and automatically and continuously sets up correct triggering. It provides a stable, reliable and repeatable display of virtually any signal.
Use TrendPlot™ to help find intermittents, fast
The toughest faults to find are those that hap pen only once in a while-intermittents. They can be caused by bad connections, dust, dirt, corrosion or simply broken wiring or connectors. Other factors, like line outages and sags, can also cause a machine to stop. You may not be around to see it-your Fluke ScopeMeter will. In this "paperless recorder" mode, you can plot the minimum and maximum peak values and average over time-up to 16 days.
Industrial network bus health
Digital data networks now connect plant equipment, posing new troubleshooting challenges. Checking the electrical integrity of the digital signal can isolate defective equipment or uncover eminent shutdowns of a segment that appears to be operational. The 125 bus health test will verify key parameters of the digital signal against industry standards giving a clear indicator of bus state-good or bad.
Verifying CAN bus signals with a Fluke ScopeMeter 120 Series
Verifying the physical layer signals of two-wire differential serial bus system.
Download this application note at www.fluke. com/CAN-bus.
Power and harmonics
The 125 measurements are extended to include power measurements VA, VAR, W and PF (power factor) plus Harmonics. Power is measured on single-phase or balanced three-phase, three-wire systems (in delta set-up). To troubleshoot motor windings the 125 resistance has been increased to include a 50 ohm range with a resolution of 0.01 ohms.
Battery powered mobility
Up to seven hours of battery operation frees you from mains outlets for true on-the-move working. The rugged and drip proof case assures long life and reliable operation in the harshest industrial environments.
The ScopeMeter 123 is safety certified for measurements on CAT III 600 V