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Fluke 820-2

Fluke 820-2 LED Stroboscope

LED Stroboscope

The Fluke 820-2 is one of our Factory New LED Stroboscopes. 

List Price: $999.99
Price: $899.99



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Fluke 820-2 Features:

  • High intensity 7-LED array—4,800 Lux @ 6,000 FPM/30cm
  • High efficiency LED solid-state light source with uniform flash characteristics allow for higher flash rates—30-300,000 FPM (flashes per minute)
  • Digital pulse width modulation for exceptionally sharp images at high speeds
  • Rugged, durable design utilizes solid-state LEDs with no filaments, gases, hollow cavities, or glass—(one meter drop)
  • Quartz-accuracy control system provides high accuracy—0.02 % (± 1 digit)
  • Multi-line LCD display
  • Check the rotating speed of machinery without physical contact or need for reflective tape
  • Advance or retard flash timing for viewing gear teeth, cutting surfaces, repeats, or “drifting” equipment
  • Simple push button operation with 2x and ÷2 buttons for easy adjustment

The Fluke 820-2 LED Stroboscope simplifies the process of identifying the running speed of rotating equipment allowing you to perform stop motion diagnostics without actually stopping, or making contact, with the machine you are working on. Whether you are trying to diagnose parasitic oscillations, slippage, or unwanted distortions, the 820-2 LED Stroboscope is the ideal frontline troubleshooting, process or product research and development tool.

The Fluke 820-2 LED Stroboscope is more than just a tool to measure rotational speed of machinery without physical contact. It is also an excellent diagnostic tool for a wide variety of applications:

  • Belt driven machines - HVAC fans, pumps
  • Roller bearings, shafts, gear teeth or other machine components
  • Clutches and cogwheels
  • Foundations - resonance vibrations
  • Cable or piping wear or damage
  • Mixing and dosage processes

In addition, the Fluke 820-2 can be used as a strobe tachometer to measure speed instead of using a laser tachometer. In order to use the stroboscope, the component under measure must be visible, and have an identifying mark that can be used as a point of reference. A strobe tachometer is a useful tool because you can't always get access to the machine shaft to stick a piece of reflective tape to use a laser tachometer or make contact with the moving shaft to use a contact tachometer - using a stroboscope you can "stop" the shaft down to 30 RPM (FPM).