A Borescope or Boroscope is ideal for non-destructive visual inspection of inaccessible areas
A Clamp Meter combines a current clamp with the basic functions of a digital multimeter, also called DMM. Clamp the "jaw" around a conductor to measure current.
Laser Distance Meters and Ultrasonic Distance Meters are terrific and affordable alternatives to a tape measure for distance measurements.
Fluorescent Lighting testers are used to troubleshoot bulbs, pins, and voltage of fluorescent lights
Multimeters are the instrument of choice when you need to measure voltage, current, or resistance
Thermometers are temperature measuring instruments. Two main categories are contact type and infrared
Thermal Imagers are used to capture infrared images in applications ranging from industrial, fire, law enforcement, hunting and more
Tools are devices, often handheld, used by professionals and hobbyists to make their tasks easier and more efficient
Voltage and Continuity Testers and also Non-Contact Voltage and Current Detectors are some of the most basic electrical circuit testing tools
Extend the capabilities of your instrument or get genuine Accessories that fit your test equipment
New and Open Box Clearance items
Soldering is the process of bonding two or more metal items by filling the joint with a material called solder
Comparison of the Fluke 87V vs Fluke 787
Discontinued Products Gone but Never forgotten.
Milwaukee began in 1918 out of a request by Henry Ford for a lighter, more portable 1/4” power drill. The resulting drill was the first power drill that was light enough to be used with one hand but that could still handle heavy workloads. This success grew until WWII, when further success for Milwaukee shot them to the top, rivaling even the US government’s equipment standards. Their drills were used extensively to manufacture airplanes and other essential war craft and were essential in the eventual victory in WWII. Even after this success, Milwaukee kept innovating and produced the first ever right angle drill and the revolutionary Sawzall reciprocating saw.
Today, Milwaukee is owned by Techtronic Industries. They continue their tradition of providing the most durable tools on the market. In addition to power tools, they also offer a full range of electronic test and measurement instruments. They currently are a worldwide company that employs over 1,000 people. Their current line boasts over 500 tools and 3,500 accessories.
The Milwaukee vision since day one: Produce the best line of innovative heavy-duty electric power tools available for professional users.