Presentation on theme: "They’re fast, they’re easy to use, and they fit on your tool belt. Why the Fluke 416D and Fluke 411D? Use Fluke distance meters to quickly determine an."— Presentation transcript:
They’re fast, they’re easy to use, and they fit on your tool belt. Why the Fluke 416D and Fluke 411D? Use Fluke distance meters to quickly determine an accurate distance to your target object. Or a volume or area, providing an accurate calculation. Laser distance meters are not ultrasonic devices; they use a laser to emit light waves and frequency to more accurately determine distances. The ruggedness and reliability that customers expect and get from Fluke
Two models to meet your measuring needs! Both the Fluke 411D and Fluke 416D offer: Elimination of estimation errors, saving both time and money The most advanced laser technology for distance measurement Instant measurement with one-button operation Easy targeting with bright laser Quick calculation of area (square feet or meters) and volume Easy addition and subtraction of measurements Improved battery life from automatic shut-off feature Display hold for easier viewing in hard-to-reach areas Batteries: 2 AAA Carrying pouch that secures to tool belt Class II laser for improved targeting Pythagoras Calculation Two-year warranty The Fluke 416D additionally offers: Improved visibility with backlit display Ability to measure up to 60 m (200) feet with increased accuracy Stores last 10 measurements Min/Max function IP 54 – spray water and dust resistant Full Pythagoras Calculation Audible activation and shut down notification
Why consider laser distance measurement technology? Reduce measuring time – Instant measurements with the touch of a button. Quickly measure long distances – Measure up to 60m (200 ft), easier, and more accurately than with a tape measure. Increased measuring accuracy – Most laser measuring devices are accurate to within 1.5mm (1/16”), eliminating any guesswork. Single person measuring – With a laser meter, there is no need for a second person. One-handed operation – Laser measuring devices can easily be operated with one hand. Safety – A laser measuring device allows you to measure areas you may not be able to safely access. Ability to obtain difficult measurements – Easily measure inside a false ceiling. Determine area (square footage) and volume – Automatic calculation of square footage and volume, with the touch of a button. Save time and money by eliminating measurement errors!
Ultrasonic vs. Laser Measurement Distance Meter Ultrasonic MeterLaser Meter Method Application Accuracy Measurement by reflected sound wave. Measurement by laser beam. Narrow beam prevents reflection off objects that might be close to wall or hanging on it, preventing false readings. Laser is used to point, not to measure! Laser is used to measure, not only to point! Objects such as chairs, tables disturb sound wave and give incorrect measurements. Measuring range generally limited to maximum of 50 ft (15m). Physical objects not often obstacles to good measurement. Not reliably accurate. Possibly misleading or false results. More an estimating tool. Very accurate Laser measurement wins every time over ultrasonic Point, shoot, and measure distance! 4.27ft 1.30m
Where to use a Fluke Distance Meter
Users: - Anyone who needs to measure distance. - Electrical - Electricians (industrial & commercial), lighting tech, wirer pullers), wire installers, network managers, electric-mechanical - HVAC -HVAC & IAD technicians HVAC job estimators, HVAC duct installers,, - Plant Maintenance: - Mechanical maintenance personnel, plant engineers, and plant managers, building managers, contractors, production line maintenance, and office space managers -HVAC, Network, Electrical, Tenant services, and Estimators Typical Users and Industries Industries: - Plant, facilities & building maintenance - Commercial & residential – -HVAC/R, IAD (Indoor Air Diagnostics) electrical contractors, - Manufacturing: - Process facilities, power plants, pharmaceutical, printing casting, molding, automotive assembly, refineries, steel mills and other metal manufacturing, defense contractors, - Institutions: - Universities maintenance, hospital maintenance, and anywhere measurements are taken.