The Fluke 287 True-RMS Electronics Logging Multimeter with TrendCapture quickly documents design performance and graphically displays what happened. Its unique logging and graphing capabilities mean you no longer need to download logged readings to a PC to detect a trend. The Fluke 287 packs more accuracy and convenience into a handheld multimeter than ever before.
TrendCapture quickly graphically displays logged data session to quickly determine whether anomalies may have occurred.
Zoom on trend provides unprecedented ability to view and analyze TrendCapture data; zoom in up to 14 times.
Selectable AC filter (smoothing mode) helps display a steadier reading when the input signal is changing rapidly or noisy.
Adjustable recording and auto hold thresholds, specify a percentage change in the readings that begins a new event.
Large 50,000 count, 1/4 VGA display with white backlight. Multiple sets of measurement information can be simultaneously displayed at the same time.
Logging function with expanded memory for unattended monitoring of signals over time. Using on-board TrendCapture users can graphically review logged readings without needing a PC. Store up to 15,000 recorded events.
On board help screens for measurement functions.
Saved measurements allow you to name and recall measurements made in the field.
Multiple logging sessions possible without download.
0.025% basic DC accuracy.
100 kHz AC bandwidth.
Real time clock for automatic time stamping of saved readings.
True-RMS AC voltage and current for accurate measurements on complex signals or non-linear loads. AC bandwidth specified to 100 kHz.
Measure up to 10 A (20 A for 30 seconds).
100 mF capacitance range.
Relative mode to remove test lead resistance from low ohms or capacitance measurements.
Peak capture to record transients as fast as 250 μs.