Fluke 1662 Multifunction Tester with T90 Voltage & Continuity Tester
- Fluke’s entry level domestic 18th edition multifunction tester
- Includes lead set with GS38 probes, croc clips and remote probe
- Rugged and reliable with large LCD backlit screen
- Measures voltage, continuity, insulation resistance, loop and RCD
- Includes T90 Voltage & Continuity Tester
Fluke 1662 UK Multifunction Tester with T90 Voltage & Continuity Tester
Buy a Fluke 1662 Multifunction Installation tester and get a FREE T90 Voltage and Continuity Tester. The Fluke 1662 Multifunction Installation Tester delivers solid, basic installation testing features. The compact Fluke T90 Voltage and Continuity Tester with its large, easy-to-use buttons, bright backlit LED indicators and clear audible indicator gives quick results in any work situation.
Fluke 1662 UK Multifunction Installation Tester
The Fluke 1662 replaces the previous Fluke 1651 and 1652 multifunction testers and conforms to the latest 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.
This entry level model MFT from Fluke is solid and reliable, designed to meet the demands of every day testing and tests to all UK regulations. The Fluke 1662 is ideal for electricians and engineers both new and experienced, thanks to its easy to use, intuitive layout and ability to carry out all the basic testing procedures required in accordance to IEC 60364.
Fluke T90 Voltage & Continuity Tester
The Fluke T90 is a compact and affordable Fluke voltage and continuity tester. Made in the UK, this tester features large easy to use buttons, bright backlit LED indicators and clear audible indication, which alert the user to the presence of voltage.
Safety is the number one priority with all Fluke Testers. The Fluke T90 tester includes the same super hard wearing cable technology as all other Fluke T series testers. The cable is tested to 5,000 bends at 150° rotation, which is over three times the industry standard of 45°.
The Fluke T90 tester operates off 2 AAA batteries which add very little weight. It is best practice to prove the Fluke T90 voltage and continuity tester on a known source before and after checking for the presence of voltage.