Fluke 820-2
High Intensity LED Stroboscope

  • High intensity 7-LED array with 4,800 Lux at 6,000 FPM/30 cm
  • High efficiency LED solid-state light source with uniform flash characteristics allow for higher flash rates—30-300,000 FPM (flashes per minute)
  • Digital pulse width modulation for exceptionally sharp images at high speeds
  • Rugged, durable design utilizes solid-state LEDs with no filaments, gases, hollow cavities, or glass—(one meter drop)
  • Quartz-accuracy control system provides high accuracy — 0.02 percent (+/- 1 digit)
  • Multi-line LCD display
  • Check the rotating speed of machinery without physical contact or need for reflective tape
  • Advance or retard flash timing for viewing gear teeth, cutting surfaces, repeats, or “drifting” equipment.
  • Simple push button operation with 2x and ÷2 buttons for easy adjustment
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The Fluke 820-2 LED Stroboscope is a simple, easy to use tool for stop motion measurement and diagnostic purposes allowing you to investigate and observe potential mechanism failure with confidence on a variety of machinery, in a wide range of industries, all without making physical contact with the machine in question. The Fluke 8202 stroboscope is a rugged, compact, portable strobe ideal for stop motion diagnostics, mechanical troubleshooting, and process or product research and development.

The Fluke 820 2 LED Stroboscope is more than just a tool to measure rotational speed of machinery without physical contact. It is also an excellent diagnostic tools for a wide range of applications. These include Belt driven machines, Roller bearings/shafts/gears, clutches and cogwheels, resonance vibrations in building foundations, cable and pipe damage, and mixing and dosage processes. In addition, the stroboscope can be used as a strobe tachometer to measure speed instead of using a laser tachometer. In order to use the stroboscope, the component under measure must be visible, and have an identifying mark that can be used as a point reference.

A strobe tachometer is a useful tool because you can't always get access to the machine shaft to stick a piece of reflective tape to use a laser tachometer or make contact with the moving shaft to use a contact tachometer - using a stroboscope you can "stop" the shaft down to 30 RPM (FPM).
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MFR ID: 4550041
Fluke 820-2 High Intensity LED Stroboscope, 4800 LUX at 6000 FPM/30 cm, 7 LEDs, Multi-line LCD Buy Now Sale $899.99
(Reg. $999.99)
Included Accessories
  • Protective Case
  • User manual
  • External trigger connector