A few weeks ago Fluke contacted me asking for my shipping address saying they had a few things they wanted to send me.
I was happy to pass along my shipping address to them thinking that I would be receiving another Fluke hat, t-shirt or maybe even another voltage testing pen from them. All things I have enjoyed receiving from them in the past.
I don't hide the fact that I'm a big fan of Fluke multimeters. As I like to say, Fluke for life.
So a few weeks after Fluke asked for my shipping address I come home from a long day of work to find a good size brown box on my door step. Thinking it must be something the wife ordered I walk up to it, looked at the shipping label and seen it's from my friends at Fluke!
I bring the box into the house and rip into it like a kid on Christmas day.
Much to my surprise I find in the box a brand new, Fluke CNX 3000 General Maintenance System
I'm in total shock at this point. This tops anything I ever could have expected to receive from Fluke.
The box also contained a lot of other goodies too. Such as a Fluke hat & t-shirt, Fluke Maglite and a Fluke key chain along with a letter from Fluke.
The letter starts out saying...
We're excited to include you in our exclusive field trial program with the newest addition to our Fluke Wireless family, Fluke CNX 3000 General Maintenance System. CNX wireless troubleshooting system is a set of tools that connect together wirelessly to allow you to do your job safely, conveniently and efficiently.
The Wireless Multimeter serves as the hub for the system and take reading from four types of wireless modulars: AC current clamp, iFlex current clamp, AC Voltage and temperature. These readings display on the single screen simultaneously from up to 20 meters away.
Having just received it at the end of last week I have not had time to play with it much until this weekend, but I wanted to post a few photos of it this weekend well I had the time as this coming week is looking to be a busy one for me again.
I'm really looking forward to testing out the iFlex clamp and the logging abilities of this system.
AJ's family of Fluke meters just got a little bigger...
The wireless modules are a really nice size in hand.
It all come in what feels like a well constructed heavy duty soft case that includes a pocket inside for the accessories like the test leads and iFlex cable.
The case also has a number of loops on the outside that I assume are there to hold addition items.
Looking at the outside of the box Fluke shows two additional wireless modules that I think would be ideal for troubleshooting appliances.
They are the Fluke CNX a3000 AC Wireless Current Clamp Module
and the Fluke CNX t3000 K-Type Wireless Temperature Module
I think the wireless clamp meter and wireless thermometer module would be two must have modules for this system, at least for my line of work. If Fluke needs someone to do some field testing on these two addition modules I would be more then happy to test them out.
A thermometer is something I use on a daily bases along with a clamp meter.
The logging ability of the wireless thermometer would be awesome for refrigerator and freezer repair along with taking oven and dryer temperature readings.
Notice how old my clamp meter is in the first photo of this topic. Thinking it maybe time to replace it and the Fluke Wireless Current Clamp Module maybe just the ticket!
I have talked about replacing my old clamp meter with the Fluke 902 Clamp Meter
but just never got around to making the purchase.
Now I'm thinking how great it would be to have a wireless clamp meter with logging ability such as the Fluke Wireless Current Clamp Module.
Thank you Fluke!