Fluke free gift for CNX wireless measurement!

11th April 2013
ES Admin
Fluke is celebrating its 65th anniversary by offering special promotions. When purchased during April and May 2013, Fluke is offering customers buying two of its latest CNX 3000 wireless modules a free PC adapter with software to provide real-time wireless datalogging on a PC at distances up to 20 metres.
The Fluke CNX system allows users to place modules in hazardous or awkward places and then watch and record the readings from a safe distance. This special promotion is for purchasers of two test tools from the following: the Fluke CNX v3000 Wireless AC Voltage Module, the CNX t3000 Wireless K-type Temperature Module, the CNX i3000 Wireless iFlex AC Current Module and the CNX a3000 Wireless Current Clamp Module. All Fluke CNX modules can send live or logged measurements to a computer using the PC adapter. Up to 65,000 sets of time-stamped readings can be recorded on each module. Purchasers can obtain the free Fluke CNX pc3000 Wireless PC Adapter and Software by registering and following instructions on the special promotions web page.

Fluke was founded by John Fluke in Springdale, Connecticut, USA in 1948. In 1993, Fluke bought the testing and measuring device division from Philips Electronics in Eindhoven, Netherlands. This location today serves as Fluke’s regional office for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. In the United Kingdom, Fluke has an office and manufacturing facility in Norwich, Norfolk. As from the start, in 1948, innovations continue to advance the capabilities of these essential tools. Fluke wants the customer to discover the story behind the anniversary. Not only to read about it, but also by experiencing Fluke products.

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