Fluke usually send out a physical user manual with all of their products. This is typically a booklet, though they sometimes include a CD ROM for more complex models. If you’ve lost yours, or for some reason it wasn’t included in the package, you can usually pick up a Fluke multimeter manual online for free while you’re waiting for a replacement to be sent out.
They have all their manuals, data sheets and calibration materials archived in the support section of their website:
Go there and simply enter in the model number or category, or use the dropdowns to navigate to the model you own. You’ll then usually be offered a barrage of choices as many Fluke manuals are part of a series and share features – such as the 117 model. Just look down for manual, instruction sheet or similar and hit download.
If nothing happens, make sure pop-up blocker is disabled for their site and try again. You can then view the thing online without downloading (and bookmark it) or indeed download it. Their manuals may also be found in the assets.fl or media.fl sub-domains.
If their servers are down or you’re struggling to navigate to the right pages, consider trying out Manualslib. This site is a user manual search engine and repository for manuals and instruction booklets for all sorts of products representing a plethora of companies. The interface is more user-friendly and faster than that of the Fluke site, plus their servers are quicker.
It lets you search by brand or model and, along with being able to download the manual, you can view it online by page or even share and print pages.
A Selection of Fluke Manuals
|Fluke 116 Manual||Fluke 116|
|Fluke 177 Manual||Fluke 177|
|Fluke 77 Manual||Fluke 77|
|Fluke 87V Manual||Fluke 87V|