Fluke T6-1000 with VoltAlert™ and Holster

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  • $498.96
  • Regular price $554.40
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Includes

  • Fluke T6-1000 Electrical Tester
    Fluke 1AC Non-contact Voltage Detector
    Fluke H6 holster for T6 units

Key features

  • Be safer: Measure voltage to 1000 V ac through the open fork, without test leads.
  • Be faster: No need to open covers or remove wire nuts.
  • Be more efficient: Simultaneously measure voltage and current.
  • Be everywhere: 17.8 mm open fork is widest in the industry; measure up to 200 A on 4/0 wires (120 mm2).
  • Go beyond simple detection. Actually measure ac voltage and current values without test leads.

Product overview: 

  • FieldSense technology for ac voltage, current and frequency measurement without making electrical contact to live voltage*
  • Simultaneous voltage and current display – shows all power supply measurements at a glance for efficient trouble shooting
  • 1 to 1000 V ac or dc (T6-1000)
  • 0 to 200 A ac
  • True-rms voltage and current
  • Resistance 1 Ω to 100 kΩ
  • Frequency measurement 45 Hz to 66 Hz
  • Works with wires up to AWG 4/0 (120 mm2) with a 17.8 mm jaw opening
  • HOLD button temporarily freezes the reading for easy viewing
  • Easy to read display with backlight
  • Accepts optional Fluke TPAK Magnetic Meter Hanger for convenient operation
  • Standard two-year warranty; extendable to 4 years through product registration within 45 days of purchase+

Tips: FieldSense Technology

Do not hold or touch wire you are testing during a measurement. Use the black probe to make the ground connection if:

  • wearing gloves or insulated footwear
  • standing on an insulated ladder
  • additional ground contact is required for the application

Fluke 1AC II Non-Contact Voltage Tester

The pocket-sized voltage detector

The portable 1AC II non-contact voltage tester from Fluke are easy to use – just touch the tip to a terminal strip, outlet, or supply cord. When the tip glows red and the unit beeps, you know there's voltage present. Electricians, maintenance, service, safety personnel, and homeowners can quickly test for energized circuits in the workplace or at home and even detect miswires of an electrical outlet.