- Features & Specification
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Fluke 1662 Multifunction Tester
Solid performing entry level tester from Fluke's flagship range
The 1662 puts more power in your hands by quickly and efficiently testing to all local regulations, protecting appliances that may be inadvertently connected to the system under test, and making it easy to share test results over your smartphone. Safety and performance are two of the most critical requirements for any electrical system. Good quality insulation, a properly working grounding system and active protection assure the safety of people, electrical systems and buildings, and protect them against electrocution, fire and other equipment damage.
This instrument comes complete with a manufacturers calibration certificate. Please be aware that these certificates are generic and may also be time lapsed. If you would prefer a personalised full traceable calibration certificate applied to the equipment before dispatch, then please select this option from the drop-down menu above, an additional calibration charge will apply.
Fluke 1662 Multifunction Installation Tester Includes:
- 6x AA (IEC LR6) cell batteries
- C1600 hard carrying case
- Zero adapter
- Heavy duty mains cord
- STD standard test lead set
- C1600 hard carrying case
- Padded carrying and waist strap
- Quick reference guide
- TP165X remote control probe and lead
- User's manual on CD-ROM
- Manufacturers Full traceable Calibration Certificate
The versatility of the Fluke Multifunction Tester
Insulation-continuity test: our installation tester does the job.
Fluke installation testers can be used to perform an insulation-continuity test, which is designed to diagnose and prevent the breakdown of the insulation in various parts of the electrical system such as wires, transformers and motors. The quality of insulation is critical to assure proper, uninterrupted and safe functioning of electrical circuits.
Checking RCD devices with a Fluke multifunction tester.
Our versatile installation testers can also check the proper functioning of residual-current devices (RCDs). RCDs are designed to disconnect quickly to mitigate the harm caused from electric shock and to avoid current leaks that may lead to fire and other dangerous situations. Our installation testers assure that RCDs can properly perform this important task.
The perfect loop testing tool: a Fluke installation tester.
Loop testing is a quick, convenient, and highly specific method of evaluating an electrical circuit for its ability to engage protective devices (circuit breakers, fuses, RCDs). A ground loop determines the effectiveness of protective devices.
Resistance measurement of grounding systems.
The electrical installation testing abilities of the Fluke installation tester also include verification tests to ensure that a system's resistance is low enough to provide protection to people, equipment and structures. A properly functioning grounding system is a critical safety feature of an electrical system.
- Measurement function
- Voltage & frequency
- Wiring polarity checker, detects broken N wires
- Insulation resistance
- Continuity & resistance
- Measure motor windings with continuity test
- Loop & line resistance
- Prospective earth fault current (PEFC/IK)
- Prospective short-circuit current (PSC/IK)
- RCD switching time
- RCD tripping level (ramp test)
- Measures trip time & current for RCD type A & AC in one test
- RCD variable current
- Automatic RCD test sequence
- Phase sequence indicator
- On/Off switchable auto-start for RCD & Looptest
- Illuminated display
- Time and date (when used with optional FlukeView software)
Fluke 166x Series Comparison Guide
Which is the right model for me?
The new Fluke 1660 Series Multifunction Installation Testers are the only installation testers that help prevent damage to connected appliances, while allowing users to wirelessly e-mail results from the field. Auto Test does all required installation tests in one sequence, ensuring compliance with local installation regulations.
Features Changes – What’s New
ISSWWW and Fluke Instruments
Fluke Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution and service of electronic test tools and software.
Since its founding in 1948, Fluke has helped define and grow a unique technology market, providing testing and troubleshooting capabilities that have grown to mission critical status in manufacturing and service industries. Every new manufacturing plant, office, hospital, or facility built today represents another potential customer for Fluke products.
From industrial electronic installation, maintenance and service, to precision measurement and quality control, Fluke tools help keep business and industry around the globe up and running. Typical customers and users include technicians, engineers, meteorologists, medical-device manufacturers, and computer network professionals, people who stake their reputations on their tools, and use tools to help extend their personal power and abilities.
Fluke are a founding core supplier of ISSWWW and we enjoy a personal and professional relationship with them. Our sales staff and our technicians are Fluke trained and we hold perhaps the largest stock of their products in the country. Our customers know that when it comes to Fluke products, we have not only the best prices but the best advice and support services, reassuring when you need to make that all important purchase.
|AC voltage measurement|
|Accuracy 45 Hz – 66 Hz||0.8% + 3|
|Input impedance||360 kΩ|
|Overload protection||660 V rms|
|Continuity testing (RLO)|
|Range (autoranging)||20 Ω / 200 Ω / 2000 Ω|
|Resolution||0.01 Ω / 0.1 Ω / 1 Ω|
|Open Circuit Voltage||>4 V|
|Insulation resistance measurement (RISO)|
|Test voltages||100-250-500-1000 V|
|Accuracy of tTest voltage (at rated test current)||+10%, -0%|
|Test voltage||50 V
|Insulation resistance range||20 MΩ /50 MΩ
20 MΩ / 100 MΩ
20 MΩ / 200 MΩ
20 MΩ / 200 MΩ / 500 MΩ
20 MΩ / 200 MΩ / 1000 MΩ
|Resolution||0.01 MΩ / 0.1 MΩ
0.01 MΩ / 0.1 MΩ
0.01 MΩ / 0.1 MΩ
0.01 MΩ / 0.1 MΩ / 1 MΩ
0.01 MΩ / 0.1 MΩ / 1 MΩ
|Test current||1 mA @ 50 kΩ
1 mA @ 100 kΩ
1 mA @ 250 kΩ
1 mA @ 500 kΩ
1 mA @ 1 MΩ
|Loop and line impedance (ZI)|
|Range||10 Ω / 0.001 Ω / High current mΩ mode|
|Resolution||0.01 Ω / 0.1 Ω / 1 Ω|
|Prospective earth fault current, PSC test|
|Range||1000 A / 10 kA (50 kA)|
|Resolution||1 A / 0.1 kA|
|Computation||Prospective earth fault current (PEFC) or Prospective short circuit current (PSC) determined by dividing measured mains voltage by measured loop (L-PE) resistance or line (L-N) resistance, respectively.|
|RCD testing, RCD types tested|
|Model 1662||A4, AC¹, G²,S³|
|Notes||¹Responds to AC
²General, no delay
4Responds to pulsed signal
5Responds to smooth DC signal
|Tripping speed test (ΔT)|
|Current settings¹||10-30-100-300-500-1000 mA – VAR
|Multiplier||x ½, x 1
|Measurement range||RCD Type G||310 ms
|RCD Type S||510 ms
|Notes||¹1000 mA type AC only
700 mA maximum type A in VAR mode
VAR mode not available for type B.
|RCD/FI-Tripping Current Measurement/Ramp Test (IΔN)|
|Current range||30% to 110% of RCD rated current¹|
|Step size||10% of IΔN²|
|Dwell time||Type G||300 ms/step|
|Type S||500 ms/step|
|Specified trip current ranges (EN 61008-1)||50% to 100% for Type AC
35% to 140% for Type A (>10 mA)
35% to 200% for Type A (≤10 mA)
50% to 200% for Type B
²5% for Type B
|Notes||¹30% to 150% for Type A IΔN > 10 mA
30% to 210% for Type A IΔN = 10 mA
20% to 210% for Type B
|Phase Sequence Indication|
|Icon||Phase Sequence indicator is active.|
|Size (L x W x H)||10 x 25 x 12.5 cm|
|Weight (incl. batteries)||1.3 Kg|
|Battery size, quantity||Type AA, 6 ea.|
|Safety||Complies with EN61010-1 Ed 2.0 (2001-02), UL61010, ANSI/ISA –s82.02.01 2000 and CAN/CSA c22.2 No. 1010 2nd edition|
|Overvoltage||CAT III / 500V; CAT IV 300V|
|Performance||EN61557-1 to EN61557-7 Second Edition and EN61557-10 Second Edition|
Orders requiring calibrationWhilst we take the greatest care to get all orders dispatched and delivered to you in the stated time frame, orders received PM and requiring
calibration may on occasion miss dispatch that day, according to the complexity of the calibration. Be assured they will ship on the next dispatch
this in most cases should not add more than 24 hours to your delivery.
Bank/Public HolidaysPredicted delivery times are based on regular trading days Monday to Friday. Public holidays, bank holidays and weekends are outside the usual scope
of our dispatch and subject to activities/holidays of our carriers and therefore may incur additional days lead time to your order.
*UK Mainland (Temporarily revised June 2020)
Please note that regrettably, we have had to realign our delivery service options to those available from our carriers.
During the current situation surrounding the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, logistics from every company are under immense pressure to deliver goods on time.
We have taken the decision to temporarily limit our services rather than let our customers down.
We hope you will understand our position on this and we apologise unreservedly for the inconvenience we know this will cause.
We look forward to restoring our full delivery service schedule just as soon as we are able.
Standard FREE 1-2 Day Courier Delivery – UK Mainland only - Zones A & B
Included in the price for all orders over £75.00 (exc vat). Sent using express courier, delivered within 1-2 working days from the date of your order, subject to availability.
Next Day Anytime Delivery (Excluding Saturday & Sunday) – UK Mainland only - Zones A & B
Sent by express courier, delivered next day (excluding weekends) from the date of your order, subject to availability.
Orders must be placed before 3:00pm for a qualifying next day delivery and a telephone number supplied, subject to availability.
Because of the high cost of carriage, we need to apply a surcharge on all deliveries made in the following regions bringing the carriage charges to:
- Zones A & B - Mainland delivery rates apply.
- Zone C - Scottish Highlands (Charges are calculated at the checkout).
- Zone D - Outer Hebrides, Orkney Isles, Shetland Isles, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles, and Channel Islands (Charges are calculated at the checkout).
- Zone E - Northern Ireland (Charges are calculated at the checkout).
- Zone F - Republic of Ireland (Charges are calculated at the checkout).
All offshore deliveries are a 2 day service as standard. This includes Channel Islands, Northern & Southern Ireland, Scottish Islands, Isle of Man and the Scilly Isles.
International delivery charges are automatically added to your order at the checkout. For any questions regarding international deliveries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All export inquiries should be directed to the export division before placement of order.
If no shipping option is available to your selected country please call us FREE on 0800 0224 060 to purchase your items.
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