Electronic test and measuring instruments and devices and electronic test tools, namely, digital troubleshooting systems comprised of computer hardware and software used to diagnose and analyze electronic devices and computer hardware, electronic meters for testing automotive electrical systems, instruments for regulating, analyzing, and controlling electricity, temperature, humidity, and power, namely, current measuring clamps, electronic mon...
On Friday, January 24, 2014, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
FLUKE CONNECT by
Fluke Corporation, Everett, WA 98203.
The USPTO has given the FLUKE CONNECT
trademark serial number of 86977367.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED.
The correspondent listed for FLUKE CONNECT is
Caldwell A. Camero of
Fluke Corporation, 6920 Seaway Boulevard, Everett WA 98203
The FLUKE CONNECT trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for FLUKE CONNECT
is Electronic test and measuring instruments and devices and electronic test tools, namely, digital troubleshooting systems comprised of computer hardware and software used to diagnose and analyze electronic devices and computer hardware, electronic meters for testing automotive electrical systems, instruments for regulating, analyzing, and controlling electricity, temperature, humidity, and power, namely, current measuring clamps, electronic monitors and measuring devices, namely, electronic meters for analyzing the quality of electrical power, and identifying electrical signals in electrical circuits; temperature profiling systems comprised of thermocouples and computer software for analyzing temperatures and logging data in the fields of electronics manufacturing; thermocouples, thermometer readout devices comprised of thermometers and digital readout units; thermometer calibrators, temperature and humidity meters not for medical use; electrical measuring and testing devices with electrical standards settings, namely, voltmeters, ammeters, and ohmmeters; digital multimeter and paperless electronic data recorders sold as a unit; meters, namely, temperature meters and microamp meters for monitoring heating ventilation air conditioning units; infrared thermometer for temperature measurement without contact; electrical testers, namely, voltage testers, electrical ground testers; digital multimeters; recorders, namely, data logger for recording voltage, amperage, and power measurements, electronic and digital voltage and power quality recorders and voltage and power event recorders; safety equipment, namely, electronic electricity analyzers; timer analyzers, namely, electronic analyzers for measuring time, frequency, and phase; timers; time counters, namely, electronic tools for measuring time intervals, time rise and fall, time periods, duty factor, frequency, pulse width, count totalization, and phase; electronic data loggers, namely, data acquisition instruments for collecting, storing, monitoring, and analyzing equipment performance data comprised of hardware, software, and portable and/or networked data logging acquisition units, measuring apparatus, namely, clamp meters for measuring electricity, electric current probes; infrared temperature measurement instruments, namely, temperature sensors; clamp meter accessories, namely, electrical testing leads, electrical current probes, rogowski based current probes, inductive current probes, Hall effect current probes, and electrical connectors in the nature of crocodile, alligator, bus bar, and piercing test clips, sold separately or as a unit with clamp meters for measuring electricity; all of the foregoing goods sold separately or in various combinations.