Performs in harsh, dirty, and hazardous industrial conditions, users can test everything from micro-electronics to power electronics applications. A combination of the highest safety ratings and rugged portability with the high performance of a bench oscilloscope. Additionally, it features a 100 MHz bandwidth model.
The new Fluke 190-104 Series II ScopeMeter is a 4-channel portable hand held oscilloscope built for CAT III & IV environments. It easily works with 3-phase applications for many industrial applications like motors and variable speed drives and includes all the key features of the original Fluke 190 series ScopeMeters.
The Fluke 190-104/AM model is a 100MHz bandwidth model that provides real-time sampling rates up to 1.25GS/s.
Process Controls: Transducers and sensors, loop controllers, calibrated gauges
Medical Imaging: XRay, MRI, ultrasound imaging equipment
Avionics: Flight line navigation systems, communication systems, radars, on board aircraft control systems
A/V and Security Systems: Retail security devices, surveillance and monitoring equipment, RFID
Fluke 190 Series II ScopeMeters
The Fluke 190 series of portable oscilloscopes are now extended with new 4 channel models designed for the industrial plant maintenance professionals servicing, installing or maintaining heavy duty electrical equipment, electro-mechanical machinery and plant automation control systems. The 190 series II ScopeMeters are the first portable oscilloscopes with a 1000 V CAT III / 600 V CAT IV safety rating.
Fluke ScopeMeter test tools are hand held, battery operated portable instruments with a sealed, dust and drip proof case that is IP 51 rated, designed to be used in harsh environments.
The new Fluke 190 series II now includes new features for troubleshooting today's industrial power electronic systems and enhancements that will improve usability and overall satisfaction.
New Features and Functions for Industrial Equipment Maintenance Applications
IEC 61010 1000V CAT III / 600V CAT IV Safety rating
4 fully isolated floating input channels with up to 2.5 GS/s real time sampling rate
8ns Glitch detect
10,000 sample deep memory per channel for displaying high resolution waveform details
4 input channels provide, 4 meter measurements, 4 TrendPlot traces, 4 ScopeRecord traces, capturing or logging 4 inputs over time
Live Zoon with full resolution
Customer Driven Enhancements
Hi-capacity Li-ion battery with up to seven hours of operation
Battery access door to easily swap out batteries for extended operation
Two electrically isolated USB ports. Mini USB-A for PC connectivity and a USB memory device port
Security slot to lock down instrument using standard Kensignton PC lock
Screen insert for standard camera mounting accessories
Plus all the Key Features and Benefits of the existing ScopeMeter 190 Series
Up to 200 MHz bandwidth, 2.6 GS/s real time sample rate up to 400 pico seconds resolution
Connect and View to easily trigger on and display even complex waveforms
TrendPlot and ScopeRecord to capture or plot waveforms and measurements over extended time spans
Reply Last 100 Screen, to go back in time to see waveform anomalies
Environmentally tested to meet IP51 dusty and drip proof rating and withstand 3G vibration or 30g shock
Other Fluke 190 Series II models:
Fluke 190-104/AM/S - This 100MHz model includes the Fluke C290 hard case and full version of FlukeView for ScopeMeters software
See More, Fix More with the New Four-Channel CAT IV Rated Fluke ScopeMeter 190 Series II
The new Fluke ScopeMeter 190-104 (100MHz) and 190-204 (200MHz) combine
the highest safety ratings and rugged portability with the high
performance of a bench oscilloscope. Designed for plant maintenance
engineers and technicians, these tough ScopeMeters go into harsh, dirty,
and hazardous industrial conditions to test everything from
microelectronics to power electronics applications.
The new 190
Series II includes all the standard ScopeMeter features including
TrendPlot™, Connect-and-View™ triggering, and ScopeRecord™ and much
Four electrically isolated inputs
CAT III 1000V / CAT IV 600V safety rated
Choose from 100MHz or 200MHz bandwidth models
Single shot, pulse width, and video triggering
Fast sampling rate, up to 2.5GS/s with up to 400 ps resolution
Deep memory: 10,000 samples per channel waveform capture so you can zoom in on the details
IP-51 rated for dust and drip proof to withstand harsh environments
Isolated USB ports for memory devices and PC connectivity
7-hour battery life, standard with new Li-ion technology
Easy-access battery door to make it easy to swap batteries
A handy slot to tether and lock down the oscilloscope while unattended
Gain Four Times the Diagnostic Power Plus CAT IV Safety Rating
The new Fluke ScopeMeter 190 Series II portable scopes are
double-insulated four-channel floating oscilloscopes safety rated for
measurements in CAT III 1000V/CAT IV 600V environments.
Three-dimensional testing for industrial systems
Visual: Inspect input signals, output feedback loops or safety interlocks simultaneously to find a range of problems including:
Circuit voltage/current overloading
Signal timing measurements and synchronization issues
Attenuation/input impedance mismatch
Three-phase testing for diagnosing VSD, power inverters, and converters
advantage of four channels to test variable frequency drive and
inverter power electronics technology used in wind energy and
Test for harmonics, transients and loads in three-phase power input
Troubleshoot dc to ac converters for faulty IGBT gates.
Test PWM output for reflections and transients
Safely measure from mV to kV
Standard probes that cover a wide application range from mV to kV
prepare you for anything from micro-electronics to heavy duty medium
voltage electrical applications. Independent isolated inputs eliminate
the risk of accidental ground short circuits by allowing you to make
measurements in mixed circuits with separate ground references.
Take on the Harshest Conditions with the only IP-51-rated Scope on the Market
Rugged and shock-proof, all ScopeMeter portable oscilloscopes are built
for harsh environments. Their sealed cases protect them from dust,
water vapor, drips, humidity and airborne pollutants, ensuring reliable
accurate performance every time you need them.
Work a Full Shift on a Single Charge
New high-performance batteries take advantage of Li-ion technology to
keep you going strong for seven hours. And with the easy-access battery
door you can make battery swaps fast.
Capture and Share Waveforms Easily with New USB connectivity
USP ports, electrically isolated from measurement input circuits offer
you easy USB connectivity to a PC or USB memory devices. Store unlimited
waveform, screen captures or instrument steups to a USB memory device.
Connect to a PC USB interface to transfer and archive critical
measurement data using FlukeView software for windows.
See a Stable Display Instantly with Connect-and-View™ Triggering
Connect-and-View™ automatically sets up correct triggering by
recognizing signal patterns. Without touching a button, you get a
stable, reliable, and repeatable display of virtually any signal
including motor drive and control signals. Expedites measuring several
test-points in rapid succession.
Record Up to 48 Hours of High-Resolution Waveforms with ScopeRecord™
ScopeRecord memory stores up to 27,000 data points per channel,
capturing intermittents and fast glitches. (Two sets of multiple-channel
recordings can be stored for later analysis.)
Stores events like motion profiles, UPS, power supply, and motor start-ups
the Stop-on-Trigger mode, the ScopeMeter automatically recognizes a
power failure and stores the waveform data preceding it
With the waveform zoom (up to 100x) you can look at the smallest details, like individual power cycles
Record up to 16 days with TrendPlot™ paperless recorder to find intermittent faults
Intermittent faults can be caused by bad connections, dust, dirt,
corrosion, or simply broken wiring or connectors. Line outages, sags, or
starting and stopping a motor can also cause a machine to stop. The
TrendPlot function in the Fluke ScopeMeter helps find those faults by:
Plotting minimum and maximum peak values and average over time up to 16 days
any combination of voltages, amps, temperature, frequency and phase for
all four inputs, all with time and date stamp to pinpoint faults
FlukeView ScopeMeter software adds PC power to your Fluke ScopeMeter (Includes Demo Version)
FlukeView ScopeMeter software helps you get more out of your ScopeMeter by:
Transfer screens, waveforms, and measurement data from the ScopeMeter
to your PC for printing, or to import data to other programs.
Archiving: Store and retrieve waveforms with text annotations and create your own library for easy reference and comparison.
Gather valuable measurement data and enable cursor measurements to
reveal relationships and conditions. Extended recording of up to four
user-selected measurements help you monitor and analyze slow moving
signals and related events. Upload waveforms to the PC and use cursors
for detailed measurements. Perform waveform analysis, including
For ScopeMeter 190 & 120 Series
Requires one free RS-232 port (COM port)
Requires optional PM9080 RS-232 Adapter/Cable
Fluke ScopeMeter 190 Series II Portable Oscilloscopes Demo Circuit: Overview
This video showcases the main features and functions of these portable oscilloscopes. Additionally, the user can perform timing or amplitude related measurements on three phases or three-axis control systems, or compare and contrast multiple test points in a circuit under test.
How To Use Instant Replay On a Fluke 190 ScopeMeter Oscilloscope
In this video, the user learns how to capture random events using triggering and show the results in instant replay. The scope meter oscilloscope can quickly and easily capture disturbances to make sense of your signals and eliminate the tedium of troubleshooting.
How To Create and Recall Waveforms Using the Fluke 190 Series Portable Oscilloscope
This video will serve as a step by step tutorial on how to set up waveforms with the oscilloscope, and how to return settings to factory default. Additionally, this instrument offers the same performance as a bench scope with feature-rich capabilities to tackle just about any troubleshooting task.
How to Synchronize a Fluke 190 Series Portable Oscilloscope with Basic Triggers
This video breaks down the process of synchronizing your portable oscilloscope with triggers. The TRIGGER function allows the user to synchronize their scopemeter with the signal the oscilloscope is connected to and display waveforms on your instrument.
How To Startup and Reset Settings on the Fluke ScopeMeter Portable Oscilloscope
This video is a walkthrough on how to power up and perform a reset with the scopemeter. Ideal for plant maintenance engineers and technicians, this instrument goes into harsh and dirty industrial conditions to test everything from microelectronics to power electronics applications.
How To Transfer Data From a Fluke ScopeMeter Portable Oscilloscope onto a USB Drive
This video is a tutorial on how to transfer data from a fluke scope meter directly onto a USB drive. The oscilloscope comes with an isolated USB host port for direct data storage from a USB to a computer.
How To Use the TrendPlot® Function on the Fluke ScopeMeter Portable Oscilloscope
In this video, the user learns how to set up the TrendPlot function to find intermittent faults. The function plots minimum and maximum peak values for up to 22 days, in any combination of voltages, amps, temperature, frequency, and phase for all four inputs.
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Using the 190 Series in dedicated applications like automotive electronics troubleshooting often requires special accessories like adapters, connectors and test leads to establish the measurement connection to the circuitry under test. The Fluke SCC198 kit provides a host of accessories that allow you to easily and quickly make measurements on automotive electronic systems, using a 190 Series ScopeMeter.