Fluke 1625 Earth Ground Tester

The Fluke 1625 earth ground tester can perform all four types of earth ground measurement. Specifically, the tester is able to measure earth ground loop resistances using only clamps – called Stakeless testing. This method doesn’t require the use of earth ground stakes or the disconnection of ground rods.

Price : $6,889.74
Price : $6,889.74
Price : $291.5
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The Fluke 1625 earth ground tester can perform all four types of earth ground measurement. Specifically, the tester is able to measure earth ground loop resistances using only clamps – called Stakeless testing. This method doesn’t require the use of earth ground stakes or the disconnection of ground rods.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Features

Features and Benefits

  • 3- and 4-pole earth ground measurement.
  • 4-Pole soil resistivity testing.
  • 2-pole resistance measurement AC.
  • 2- and 4-pole resistance measurement DC.
  • Selective testing, no disconnection of ground conductor (1 clamp).
  • Stakeless testing, quick ground loop testing (2 clamps).
  • Earth impedance measurement at 55 Hz.
  • Automatic frequency control (AFC) (94, 105, 111, 128 Hz).
  • Measuring voltage switchable 20/48V.
  • Programmable limits, settings.
  • Continuity with buzzer.
  • Two years warranty.

 Testing Methods
  • 3- and 4-Pole Fall of Potential – standard earth ground testing using two ground stakes
  • 4-Pole Soil Resistivity testing – determine soil resistivity using four ground stakes
  • Selective testing – without disconnecting ground rods, a technician can measure ground resistance using a combination of stakes and a clamp.
  • Stakeless testing – innovative solution using only clamps, instead of ground stakes, to measure earth ground loop resistance.
  • Automatic Frequency Control (AFC) – identifies existing interference and chooses a measurement frequency to minimize its effect, providing a more accurate earth ground value.
  • R* measurement – calculates earth ground impedance at 55 Hz to more accurately reflect the earth ground resistance that a fault-to-earth ground would see.
  • Adjustable limits – for quick test result verification.
Model Fluke Model 1625 Earth Ground Tester
Overview The Fluke 1625 earth ground tester can perform all four types of earth ground measurement. Specifically, the tester is able to measure earth ground loop resistances using only clamps â
Safety Specifications Safety Ratings: CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1: 1992 | EMC: EN 50082-1 :1992 and EN 55022:1994 Class B
General Specification Power Supply: 9-volt Alkaline battery | Dimensions: 152mm (L) x 70mm (W) x 41mm (D) | Weight: 340g | Warranty: 3-years
Environmental Specification Operating Temperature: -10ºC to 55ºC | Storage Temperature: -40ºC to 60ºC | Relative Humidity: 0 to 90% (0ºC to 35ºC); 0 to 70% (35ºC to 55ºC) | Temperature Coefficient: -10ºC to 18ºC, 28ºC to 55ºC, ±.005% of range per ºC | Shock and Vibration: per MIL-T-28800 for a Class 2 Instrument
Calibration Cost 291.5
Features

Features

Features and Benefits

  • 3- and 4-pole earth ground measurement.
  • 4-Pole soil resistivity testing.
  • 2-pole resistance measurement AC.
  • 2- and 4-pole resistance measurement DC.
  • Selective testing, no disconnection of ground conductor (1 clamp).
  • Stakeless testing, quick ground loop testing (2 clamps).
  • Earth impedance measurement at 55 Hz.
  • Automatic frequency control (AFC) (94, 105, 111, 128 Hz).
  • Measuring voltage switchable 20/48V.
  • Programmable limits, settings.
  • Continuity with buzzer.
  • Two years warranty.

 Testing Methods
  • 3- and 4-Pole Fall of Potential – standard earth ground testing using two ground stakes
  • 4-Pole Soil Resistivity testing – determine soil resistivity using four ground stakes
  • Selective testing – without disconnecting ground rods, a technician can measure ground resistance using a combination of stakes and a clamp.
  • Stakeless testing – innovative solution using only clamps, instead of ground stakes, to measure earth ground loop resistance.
  • Automatic Frequency Control (AFC) – identifies existing interference and chooses a measurement frequency to minimize its effect, providing a more accurate earth ground value.
  • R* measurement – calculates earth ground impedance at 55 Hz to more accurately reflect the earth ground resistance that a fault-to-earth ground would see.
  • Adjustable limits – for quick test result verification.