• FLUKE-710
  • Usually ships in 2-3 weeks



  • Valve signature test, speed test, step test, manual test, bump/partial stroke test
    • Good, Marginal or Bad assessment
  • HART communication
  • Datalogging of 9800 records or 99 individual sessions
  • 0.01% mA measurement accuracy
  • Intuitive user interface with Quick-Set knob for fast setup, easy to use
  • 24 VDC loop power with mA measure mode (-25% to 125%)
  • Resolution of 1 μA on mA ranges
    • 1 mV on voltages ranges
  • Built in selectable 250 Ω resistor for HART communications
  • Simple two wire connection for all measurements
  • Auto shutdown to conserve battery life
  • Variable step and ramp time in seconds

What's in the Box

  • Stackable test lead set
  • Extended tooth alligator clip set
  • TP220 test probes
  • AC280 SureGrip hook clips
  • Lemo to USB upload/download cable
  • ValveTrack software (free download)
  • Softcase
  • Six (6) AAA batteries (installed)
  • 709/709H/710 Product manual CD-ROM
  • 709/709H/710 Quick reference guide
  • 709/709H/710 Safety information


The Fluke 710 mA loop valve tester offers Good, Marginal or Bad assessment of HART smart control valves. With built-in test procedures and an intuitive user interface, including a Quick-Set knob, the 710 allows users to quickly and easily perform valve tests.

Key valve testing functions of the Fluke 710 mA loop valve tester include valve signature test, speed test, step test, manual test and bump/partial stroke test. Additionally, this Fluke unit features mA source, mA simulate, mA read, mA read/loop power and volts read functionality. Milliamp measurement can be done from 0 to 24 mA, while the voltage measurement range is 0 to 30 VDC. Fluke offers 1µA and 1mV resolution for mA and voltage ranges, respectively, with both measurement types offering 0.01% accuracy.

A built-in selectable 250Ω resistor gives the Fluke 710 mA loop valve tester access to a variety of HART commands including auto-trim for valve controllers. Fluke's free ValveTrack software allows users to upload the HART configuration of up to 20 HART devices and output data in .csv or .txt format.