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Introducing the new: Fluke 772 and Fluke 773 Milliamp Process Clamp Meters

Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

You Win Again!


With the New Fluke 772/773 Milliamp Clamp Meters

Remember your success with the:


771 mA Clamp Meter 78X Process Meters

Customers loved these products. Sales exceeded everyones expectations! You can do it again with the 772 and 773! Customers have been asking for them and theyll be easy to sell. Just:
Upgrade current 771 customers and/or target new prospects in the broad audience base for these products. Keep doing what youre already doing except now you have an even better pitch

These products are money in your pocket you win again with the new 772 and 773, and customers still dont need to break the loop.
Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

772/773 features
Measure mA signals without breaking the loop just like the Fluke-771 Source and simulate mA signals Power loops with 24V loop supply and measure in circuit mA signals Source 0 to 10V to test devices with 15V or 0 to 10V inputs (773 only) Measure DCV for 1-5, 0 to 10 or 24V loop troubleshooting (773 only) Advanced 4 to 20 mA troubleshooting features (773 only)

Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

Save More Time!

Fluke 770 Series of milliamp loop troubleshooting tools

Fluke-771

Fluke-772
Find defective 4 to 20 mA signals and troubleshoot with mA source/simulate

Fluke-773
Find bad mA loops, troubleshoot with mA source/simulate DCV Source and measure, advanced diagnostic features

Features
mA measure, jaw mA measure, in circuit Loop power mA source/simulate DCV measure

Measure 4 to 20 mA signals without breaking the loop

Applications
Find problems with 4 to 20 mA signals without breaking the loop. Verify errors found in measured mA signals with in-line measurements Power a transmitter and measure mA signal. Substitution testing of installed 24V loop power supply Test suspected bad 4 to 20 mA automation and control I/O. Source signals to troubleshoot I/Ps and valves Test suspect 24V loop power supplies. Verify 1 to 5 V and 0 to 10 V automation signals Source 1 to 5 V and 0 to 10 V signals to test suspected I/O, chart recorders, other voltage input devices Log non-contact measured mA signals with a separate logging tool such as a 289 DMM or DPC

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DCV source
mA scaled output mA in / out
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Source 4 to 20 mA signals into valves and mA signal conditioners and simultaneously measure 4 to 20 mA positioning output signals.
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771, 772 and 773 Core Features & Benefits


Product Category / Major Features
Measure mA signals for PLC and control system analog I/O without breaking the loop. Measure output signals from transmitters without breaking the loop Detachable clamp with extension cable Dual backlit display with both mA measurement and percent of 4 to 20 mA span Measurement Spotlight Measure up to 99.9 mA range non-contact

General Benefits
Measures low level dc current

Customer Benefit
Correlate process indication with real physical value

Value to Customer
Saves process downtime saves money for automation professionals Saves process downtime saves money for instrumentation professionals Measurements can be carried out more quickly Saves time, saves money

Maintain and troubleshoot process and automation equipment without breaking the loop Measurements in tight locations Clear measurement presentation illuminates hard to see wires in dark enclosures Wide range of measurements After 15 minutes and 2 minute automatic off for backlight and spotlight

No disruption to the process Enables measurements in difficult situations Allows quick measurement evaluation Measurement process is easier and quicker Measures 10 to 50 mA signals in older control systems

Saves time, delight factor Only one instrument needed for multiple applications

Automatic power off

Saves battery life

Saves money on batteries

Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

Unique to 772 and 773 Extended Features & Benefits


Product Category / Major Features
Source, simulate and measure mA signals in circuit (break the loop) (772 and 773)

General Benefits
Confirm non-contact measurement. Have the next tool in hand for troubleshooting (source simulate) Troubleshoot voltage input and output devices.

Customer Benefit
Eliminates the need to return to the shop to get a loop calibrator for troubleshiiting after finding a bad signal with non-contact measurement Measure presence of 24V loop power. Measure 1 to 5 or 0 to 10V process signals. Test chart recorders Source 4 to 20 mA signals into valves and mA signal conditioners and simultaneously measure 4 to 20 mA positioning output signals. Connect a logging DMM and log the mA signal without breaking the loop Substitute testing of the installed 24V loop power supply. Power a transmitter and measure its mA output signal for troubleshooting.

Value to Customer
Helps speed up loop troubleshooting - saves time and money Eliminates the need to return to the shop to get a voltage source tool or a DMM. Saves time and money.

Source and measure VDC (773 only)

4 to 20 mA In/out (773 only)

Dual channel mA source and measurement for troubleshooting

Quick troubleshooting of devices with mA inputs and outputs. Save time and money

4 to 20 mA scaled output (773 only)

Scaled mA output provides a mA signal output representative of the measured mA value Power a transmitter

Troubleshooting and document intermittent or erratic 4 to 20 mA loop signals. Eliminates the need to return to the shop to get a power supply. Saves time and money.

Loop power supply (772 and 773)

772 and 773 functions 773 only functions


Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

Prospective Customers
As with the 771 mA Clamp Meter, the base for the 772/773 is quite broad, including:
Instrumentation Technicians in process plants that: Troubleshoot and Commission Transmitters Valves, I/Ps, other 4-20 mA devices Analog I/O Automation and PLC specialists, electricians that: Troubleshoot and Commission PLC Analog I/O DCS Analog I/O Building Automation and HVAC controls
Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

Target end user: Instrumentation Professionals


Instrumentation professionals working with mA control systems Process or instrumentation engineers Instrumentation or I&E technicians Plant commissioning electricians and contractors Troubleshoot and Commission Transmitters Valves, I/Ps, other 4-20 mA devices Analog I/O

Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

Target end user: Automation and PLC specialists


Regional and factory specialists like Rockwell/Allen Bradley, Siemens. GE Fanuc, Honeywell, Yokogawa, ABB, etc In house control systems engineers Electrical contractors commissioning new process plants, electricians trained on PLCs Troubleshoot and Commission Quickly test analog I/O points. Often PLC Analog I/O many thousands of measurement DCS Analog I/O points per PLC or DCS system Building Automation and HVAC controls
Measure mA control signals on terminal blocks quickly without shutting down the system

Fluke-772 and 773 mA Process Clamp Meters

Customer Demonstration Guide


Describes how to demo the 772 or 773 with or without a process control loop Key selling points
mA Measurement without breaking loop

Cost justification worksheet Included with demo units

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771, 772 and 773 Positioning

Positioning mA measure, jaw mA measure, in circuit Loop power mA source DCV measure DCV source mA scaled output mA in / out

Fluke-771 Non-contact mA loop measurement X

Fluke-772 Integrated mA loop troubleshooting X X X X

Fluke-773 Advanced process troubleshooting X X X X X X X X

Innovative new tools save time and money


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