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⚡ Pro Fluke T6 1000 Electrical Tester for Enhanced SEO Review




Revainrating 3 out of 5  
📏 Calibration, 🔍 Test, Measure & Inspect

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Description of ⚡ Pro Fluke T6 1000 Electrical Tester for Enhanced SEO

Safety—Measure ac voltage, current, frequency without touching a live wire. Faster answers—Troubleshoot with all power supply measurements at-a-glance. More information—See ac voltage and current values at the same time. Works where you need it—Fork fits over wires up to AWG 4/0 (120 mm2) with a 17.8 mm (0.7 inch) jaw opening. Accurate on complex signals—True-rms measurements improve accuracy on non-linear loads. Additional tests—Resistance to 100 kΩ, frequency from 45 Hz to 66 Hz. T6-1000 Pro Exclusive: Visible answers in dark work spaces—Visual Continuity lights the screen bright green when continuity is detected. T6-1000 Pro Exclusive: Consistent ground connection through ground lead and alligator clip (supplied). T6-1000 Pro Exclusive: Accessories—Heavy duty black alligator clip and convenient carrying holster included.


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Revainrating 2 out of 5

Most need to offer

Great price and good value for money. The meter takes a bit of getting used to, I can't speak for those with field of view issues, but you need to have a good ground by touching the ground with your other hand and also not touching the wire you're trying to measure because you won't get a reading . Quick in and out for troubleshooting, the fact that you don't have to remove cable nuts or unplug cables for inspection saves time and is safe. This is a device that you will definitely need to set…

  • Delivery was very fast
  • Minor problems

Revainrating 4 out of 5

field feel not working end of story

i bought 2 of these meters i was so happy to finally get one it is like new now everyone wants one and still not enough after 2 full weeks i can say that This Fluke tech field sensor is not prime time ready and I am really disappointed in Fluke as the early release field sensor works about 20 percent of the time without a ground probe and not much better with a probe. Ground probe, while in the field measurements are just inaccurate, everywhere you might think it's just a grounding issue, but I

  • solid construction
  • some problems

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Wrong Reading

I've always thought Fluke was the best gauge. I have been working in the field of electrical engineering for over 40 years. I ordered my T6-1000 and it took about a month to receive it. Even though I'm not an outdoor electrician but an entrepreneur, I like to have a tester with me if I need to be on hand. What surprised me the most when testing on our dyno is that in the field measurement position I get readings all over the place, and sometimes I get zero voltage readings when I know for sure…

  • Calibration
  • Poor Manual

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Please wait longer

Over the years I have owned many field test instruments such as the Scopemeter 725, Fluke 773 and many others. As a rule, these are expensive and very reliable brands. In fact, I have a T6-1000 that has served me very well. So I decided to try the Fluke T6-600 with a field sensor. It's made in China just like my T6-1000. Although the quality is excellent, the problem is not in the production but in the execution of the design. Field Sense is not working accurately. Using a probe to measure…

  • Test, Measure and Inspect
  • Requires socket

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Something like my old T5-600 Better

Reviewers who claim you'll be shocked shouldn't use gauges or even mess with electricity at all, their claims are downright hilarious. To my actual assessment. I use this 100 times a day, every day, so I've had plenty of time to familiarize myself with it on everything from 3 volts to 480 3 phase. The field sensor's voltage measurement was a key selling point for me, oddly enough I found it a useless feature after using it. I just use my Fluke 1AC-A II VoltAlert more effectively. To be honest I

  • Industrial & Scientific
  • Only available in black