Vibration Tester from Fluke

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Fluke Corp.
February 21, 2010

The 810 handheld vibration tester from Fluke Corp., Everett, WA, is designed to enable maintenance teams to collect data, diagnose, and solve mechanical problems. Supplied with software, a triaxial TEDS accelerometer, and a laser tachometer, the device is programmed to diagnose unbalance, looseness, misalignment, and bearing failures in equipment including motors, fans, blowers, belts, gearboxes, compressors, pumps, closed coupled machines, and spindles. When a fault is detected the monitor identifies the problem and rates its severity on a 4-level scale. It also recommends repairs. The software lets you create machine setups at a PC for transfer to the tester, generate diagnostic reports, view spectra, and import and store images.


CompanyFluke Corp.
CountryUnited States (USA)


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