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Fluke Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution and service of electronic test tools and software.


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6920 Seaway Blvd. Everett, WA 98203 USA
Phone: 1-800-44-FLUKE (443-5853)
Fax: 425/446-5116

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Keeping Your World Up and Running
The vision of Fluke Corporation is to innovate for its customers with test and measurement technology that keeps the world up and running.

With more than 4,000 employees and offices worldwide, Fluke Corporation celebrated its 70th year as a global leader in the design, manufacture, service, and distribution of electronic test and measurement tools in 2018. These instruments are used by researchers, electricians, technicians, engineers, scientists, and others.

Electrical Engineer John Fluke, Sr. (1911-1984), started the John Fluke Engineering Company in the basement of his Springdale, Connecticut, home in 1948 after serving in the Navy in World War II. He moved the company to his native Washington state in 1952. First opening offices in Seattle and in 1981 moving to the current headquarters in Everett.

Fluke is continuously improving and innovating products for its customers and is at the forefront of offering Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) solutions for customers, such as test instruments and an array of wireless sensors that can stream data to the cloud and SaaS software used to analyze equipment health and manage work orders.

The company prides itself on providing its customers some of the safest, most rugged, intuitive and accurate test tools available, including multimeters, thermal imagers, power quality analyzers, calibrators, oscilloscopes and more.

Fluke products aim to exceed a promise first articulated by John Fluke: “Our customers have the right to get a little more than they paid for.”

There are many tools designed specifically for the environments that are ready to keep you safe and maintain uptime. Contact your local Fluke representative to learn more.