EVERETT, WASHINGTON – Fluke Biomedical released today the latest in portable field-service testers with the multifunctional new ESA612 Electrical Safety Analyzer. A combination ECG simulator, multimeter and electrical safety analyzer, the lightweight, easy-to-use ESA612 provides value where it is needed the most by busy field technicians today.
Portable, ergonomic, and designed by human-factors experts for fast and to-the-point testing, the ESA612 offers a unique bail design to minimize an already small footprint for stand-up testing in field environments. With selection of two test loads, this versatile product can be used worldwide for compliance testing to preventative-maintenance electrical-safety standards of choice.
Standard internal memory for 100 test records allows for speedy records maintenance, and optional automation software standardizes test procedures, compares results to standards limits, and generates and stores reports for high-end-analyzer productivity at a software-level investment. In addition, the 100 % Fluke-quality design allows ESA612 Electrical Safety Analyzer top functionality under rugged applications to ensure this analyzer stays in the field and out of the repair shop.
"The need for high-value return on investment has never been greater," explains Michelle Avilez, Product Manager for Fluke Biomedical, "and the multifunctional ESA612 Electrical Safety Analyzer provides that value by getting the job done faster, easier, and with better technology than ever before."
About Fluke Biomedical
Fluke Biomedical, a division of Fluke Corporation, is a manufacturer of quality biomedical test and simulation products and a provider of the latest medical imaging and oncology quality-assurance solutions for regulatory compliance.
About Fluke Corporation
Fluke Corporation is the world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools. Fluke customers are technicians, engineers, electricians and metrologists who install, troubleshoot and manage industrial electrical, biomedical and electronic equipment and calibration processes for quality control.