Before founding his namesake company, which has provided tradespeople and technicians with testing tools for seven decades, John Fluke Sr. served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and explored the depths of engineering at MIT. According to his company, these formative experiences—and the people he encountered along the way—inspired him to find solutions to common and innovative electric test and measurement.
"They didn’t inspire products, they inspired a vision – one that has continued to inspire Fluke for 70 years," Fluke's team offers.
You'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t come across one of their distinctive goldenrod handheld devices at least once, either in the clutches of their mechanic, electrician, or themselves as make sure their systems and components are running as expected. Check out the slideshow to see how their products have evolved over the years to meet industry demands.
One of their more recent products doesn’t directly help calculate voltage or diagnose a fault, but does make those jobs easier. The Fluke Pack30 Professional Tool Backpack has 30 pockets, a waterproof bottom base and ergonomic straps to help any worker safely and comfortably transport all their tools to the next job. It can also transport your laptop, smartphone, glasses and more.
Check out the on the Fluke Pack30 Professional Tool Backpack on the NED Directory