Fluke T5-1000 Voltage, Continuity and Current Tester (1000V)

Model: T5-1000

The Fluke T5 Electrical Tester lets you check voltage, current and continuity. Select ohms, volts, or current and the tester does the rest.

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$143.99 USD

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  • Automatically measures volts ac and volts dc with precise digital resolution
  • Displays resistance to 1000Ω
  • Easy and accurate OpenJaw current measurement
  • Continuity beeper
  • Compact design with neat probe storage
  • Rugged enough to withstand a 10-foot (3m) drop
  • Detachable SlimReach probe tips are customized for national electrical standards
  • Test leads accept Fluke accessory test clips
  • Available in 600V and 1000V models
  • Can stay connected much longer than solenoid type tester
  • Auto off mode to conserve battery life
  • Optional holster attaches to a belt and neatly stows test leads

Safety Conformance

All inputs of the T5-1000 to EN61010-1 1000V CAT III rating. UL, CSA and VDE listed.

Electrical tester with OpenJawTM Current

The Fluke T5-1000 Electrical Tester lets you check voltage, continuity and current with one compact tool. With the T5-1000, all you have to do is select volts, ohms, or current and the tester does the rest.

The OpenJaw current lets you check current up to 100A - without breaking the circuit. Its tough test leads stow neatly in the back of the tester, making it easy to tote the T5-600 in your tool pouch. Detachable SlimReach test probes are customized for national electrical standards. The test leads accept optional accessories such as clips and specialty probes. The optional H5 holster lets you clip the T5 onto your belt.

Also available in 600V - see the Fluke T5-600 Voltage, Continuity and Current Tester

Specifications
Continuity beeper
Threshold: On at <25 Ω, off at >400 Ω
Volts indicator LED
Threshold: Guaranteed on by 30V ac

Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature

-10 °C to 50 °C
Storage Temperature

-30 °C to 60 °C
Humidity (Without Condensation)

0% to 95% (5 °C to 30 °C)

0% to 75% (30 °C to 40 °C)

0% to 45% (40 °C to 50 °C)
Dust/water resistance

Yes
Operating Altitude

2000 meters max
Temperature Coefficient

0.1 x (specified accuracy)/degree C (<18 °C or >28 °C)

Safety Specifications
Overvoltage category
1000V ac/dc, CAT III
Agency Approvals

UL, CSA, and VDE
Maximum voltage

between any terminal and earth ground

Mechanical & General Specifications
Size

30.5 x 51 x 203 mm
Weight

300g
Warranty

2 years
Battery Life

200 hour zinc chloride, 400 hour alkaline
Battery type

Two AA zinc chloride
Low battery indicator

Yes
Current sensor opening

12.9 mm
Calibration cycle

1 year
Test leads
Type Heavy duty, flexible leads rated for 1000V use.

Field replaceable leads terminate in male shrouded banana plugs
Probes One red, one black. of two tip

Detachable Slim-ReachT probe tips in one
Styles TP4 4 mm round

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