Fluke announces acquisition of LEM Instruments

FLUKE CORPORATION has announced that it has acquired LEM Instruments, a division of LEM Group. LEM Instruments  is a European manufacturer of test and measurement equipment, including analyzers and systems for power quality applications,


MEASURING ELECTRICITY;
AND CREATING IT

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earth/ground testers, insulation testers, low-resistance ohmmeters, clamp meters and clamp-on power meters. LEM Instruments is also a supplier of high precision current probes to the automotive market.

"The acquisition of LEM Instruments is a tremendous complement to our growing electrical business," said Jim Lico, President, Fluke Corporation. "They have a strong power quality product offering in the European industrial and utility segments. Coupled with the recent introduction of the Fluke 430 Series Power Quality Analyzers, the addition of LEM Instruments gives Fluke a comprehensive product line backed by strong, global sales channels."

"LEM Instruments and Fluke share a strong commitment to understanding the needs of our customers and helping them to do their job better and faster with innovative, high-quality, easy-to-use tools," said Jan Roetman, General Manager, Fluke Europe. "The combined product offering will enable us to bring a broader range of technical solutions and innovation to the marketplace, benefiting both our channel partners and customers."

Founded in 1972, LEM Instruments designs, manufactures, markets and services its products around the world. With headquarters outside Liverpool, UK, LEM Instruments is a global organization with subsidiaries and/or representatives throughout Europe as well as North America, Japan, China and Russia.

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