DIGITAL
MULTIMETER
MODEL CDM-45
Part No.4500065
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
0404
DIGITAL
MULTIMETER
MODEL CDM-45
Part No.4500065
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
0404
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Temperature Measurement
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Maximum Display
:1999 counts (3½ digits) with auto polarity
indication and eng. unit.
1. Set the Function switch to C position and the LCD display will show ambient
temperature.
Measuring Method
system.
: Dual-Slope integration A-D convertor
2. Insert the ‘K’ type thermocouple into the TEMP socket and contact the object
to be maesured with the thermocouple probe. Read the display.
Overrange Indication
: Figure “1” displayed on the LCD.
Max. common mode voltage : 500V dc/ac rms.
WARNING. To avoid an electric shock, ensure the therrmocouple has been
removed before changing to another function.
Temp. for guaranteed accuracy : 23OC to ± 5OC.
: Operating 0OC to 40OC, 32OF to 104OF.
Temperature Ranges
: Storage-10OC to 50OC, 14OF to 122OF.
Power Supply
: 1x 9V battery (NEDA 1604, 6F22 type or
equiv).
Low Battery Indication
: -+
On left of display.
Dimensions incl. Holster
: 201L x 100W x 55H mm.
Weight
: 478g (incl. 9 volt battery & holster).
Accessories
: Operating manual, set of test leads.
Holster,
The Meter may be hung on a wall,
or
supported
as
shown,
depending upon which support is
used.
Frequency Measurement
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the VΩ Hz jack
2. Set the Function switch to 20kHz and connect test leads across the source or
load under measurement.
NOTE:
1. Reading is possible above 10V rms, but accuracy is not guaranteed.
2. in a noisy environment, it is preferable to use shielded cable to measure small
signals.
MAINTENANCE
Battery and/or fuse replacement should only be done after the test leads
have been disconnected.
The probes may be located as
shown, allowing easy one hand
operation.
Battery and Fuse Replacement
PARTS & SERVICE CONTACTS
For Spare Parts and Service, please contact your nearest dealer,
or CLARKE International, on one of the following numbers.
Note the condition of the 9-volt battery using the procedure described
above. If the battery needs to be replaced, unscrew the four screws and
remove the back cover. Replace the spent battery with one of the same
type (NEDA.1604, 6F22 or equiv). The same procedure is used to replace
the fuses. Ensure replacements are of the same size and value as the original.
Fuse : F200mA / 250V (quick acting)
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
or
e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
Replacement Parts.
1.
Test Leads (pair)
Part No. HYTL060
2.
Holster (Size A)
Part No. HYHT60
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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Temperature Measurement
O
Maximum Display
:1999 counts (3½ digits) with auto polarity
indication and eng. unit.
1. Set the Function switch to C position and the LCD display will show ambient
temperature.
Measuring Method
system.
: Dual-Slope integration A-D convertor
2. Insert the ‘K’ type thermocouple into the TEMP socket and contact the object
to be maesured with the thermocouple probe. Read the display.
Overrange Indication
: Figure “1” displayed on the LCD.
Max. common mode voltage : 500V dc/ac rms.
WARNING. To avoid an electric shock, ensure the therrmocouple has been
removed before changing to another function.
Temp. for guaranteed accuracy : 23OC to ± 5OC.
: Operating 0OC to 40OC, 32OF to 104OF.
Temperature Ranges
: Storage-10OC to 50OC, 14OF to 122OF.
Power Supply
: 1x 9V battery (NEDA 1604, 6F22 type or
equiv).
Low Battery Indication
: -+
On left of display.
Dimensions incl. Holster
: 201L x 100W x 55H mm.
Weight
: 478g (incl. 9 volt battery & holster).
Accessories
: Operating manual, set of test leads.
Holster,
The Meter may be hung on a wall,
or
supported
as
shown,
depending upon which support is
used.
Frequency Measurement
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the VΩ Hz jack
2. Set the Function switch to 20kHz and connect test leads across the source or
load under measurement.
NOTE:
1. Reading is possible above 10V rms, but accuracy is not guaranteed.
2. in a noisy environment, it is preferable to use shielded cable to measure small
signals.
MAINTENANCE
Battery and/or fuse replacement should only be done after the test leads
have been disconnected.
The probes may be located as
shown, allowing easy one hand
operation.
Battery and Fuse Replacement
PARTS & SERVICE CONTACTS
For Spare Parts and Service, please contact your nearest dealer,
or CLARKE International, on one of the following numbers.
Note the condition of the 9-volt battery using the procedure described
above. If the battery needs to be replaced, unscrew the four screws and
remove the back cover. Replace the spent battery with one of the same
type (NEDA.1604, 6F22 or equiv). The same procedure is used to replace
the fuses. Ensure replacements are of the same size and value as the original.
Fuse : F200mA / 250V (quick acting)
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
or
e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
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Replacement Parts.
1.
Test Leads (pair)
Part No. HYTL060
2.
Holster (Size A)
Part No. HYHT60
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Note:
1. If the resistance value being measured exceeds the maximum value of
the range selected, an over-range indication will be displayed(“1”).
Select a higher range.
For resistance of approx. 1 Megohm and above, the meter may take a
few seconds to become stable. This is normal for high resistance readings.
2.. When the input is not connected, i.e. an open circuit, the figure’1’ will be
displayed for an over-range condition.
3. When testing in-circuit resistance, ensure all power has been removed
and all capacitors are fully discharged.
4. When using the 200Megohm range, the display is 10 counts. These counts
must be subtracted from the reading.... eg. when measuring a 100MW
resistance, the reading will display 101.0.
The correct measuring result iis 101.0 - 1.0 = 100MW
Diode Measurement
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to the
V/Ω jack. (Note: The polarity of the RED test lead is “+”).
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the
position and connect the test
leads across the diode under test, red lead to the anode, black to the
cathode. Display shows the approx. forward voltage drop of the diode.
Continuity Test.
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to the
V/Ω jack. (Note: The polarity of the RED test lead is “+”).
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the
position and Connect the test
leads to two points of circuit, if the resistance is lower than approx. 70Ω,
the buzzer sounds.
Transistor hFE Test
1. Set the FUNCTION switch to the hFE range.
2. Determine whether the transistor is NPN or PNP and locate the Emitter,
Base and Collector leads. Insert the leads into the proper holes in the
socket on the front panel.
3. Display will read approx. hFE value at the test condition/Base Current
10µA VCE 3.2V
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing this Clarke Multi-Range Digital Multimeter.
This instrument is a compact, rugged, battery operated hand held 3½ digit,
digital multimeter. It is designed to measure AC and DC voltage, AC and
DC current, Resistance, Diode, Capacitance and for testing Transistors,
Continuity, and Thermocouple temperature.
The dual-slope A-D converter uses C-MOS technology for auto zeroing,
polarity selection and over-range indication.
It is an ideal instrument for use in the field, laboratories, workshops, and for
hobby and home applications.
GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against faults in manufacture for 12 months from
purchase date. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product has been abused or tampered with
in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it is intended.
The reason for return must be clearly stated.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
FEATURES
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Push button ON/OFF power switch.
Auto Power OFF after approx 40 min.
Single 32 position rotary switch for FUNCTION and RANGE selection.
Auto over-range indication, with “1” being displayed on the LCD.
Automatic reverse polarity indication on DC ranges.
All ranges (except 10A current ranges) fully protected.
DC Voltage measurement 200mV to 1,000V.
AC Voltage measurement 2mV to 700V rms.
DC current measurement 20µA to 10A.
AC current measurement 200µA to 10A rms.
Resistance measurement 200Ω to 200MΩ.
Diode testing with 1mA fixed current.
Transistor hFE test with 10µA
Temperature measurement.
Frequency measurement.
Holster with 2 position stand, and test lead holders to ease the taking
of readings whilst holding the meter.
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Note:
1. If the resistance value being measured exceeds the maximum value of
the range selected, an over-range indication will be displayed(“1”).
Select a higher range.
INTRODUCTION
For resistance of approx. 1 Megohm and above, the meter may take a
few seconds to become stable. This is normal for high resistance readings.
2.. When the input is not connected, i.e. an open circuit, the figure’1’ will be
displayed for an over-range condition.
3. When testing in-circuit resistance, ensure all power has been removed
and all capacitors are fully discharged.
4. When using the 200Megohm range, the display is 10 counts. These counts
must be subtracted from the reading.... eg. when measuring a 100MW
resistance, the reading will display 101.0.
The correct measuring result iis 101.0 - 1.0 = 100MW
Diode Measurement
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to the
V/Ω jack. (Note: The polarity of the RED test lead is “+”).
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the
position and connect the test
leads across the diode under test, red lead to the anode, black to the
cathode. Display shows the approx. forward voltage drop of the diode.
Continuity Test.
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to the
V/Ω jack. (Note: The polarity of the RED test lead is “+”).
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the
position and Connect the test
leads to two points of circuit, if the resistance is lower than approx. 70Ω,
the buzzer sounds.
Transistor hFE Test
1. Set the FUNCTION switch to the hFE range.
2. Determine whether the transistor is NPN or PNP and locate the Emitter,
Base and Collector leads. Insert the leads into the proper holes in the
socket on the front panel.
3. Display will read approx. hFE value at the test condition/Base Current
10µA VCE 3.2V
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Thank you for purchasing this Clarke Multi-Range Digital Multimeter.
This instrument is a compact, rugged, battery operated hand held 3½ digit,
digital multimeter. It is designed to measure AC and DC voltage, AC and
DC current, Resistance, Diode, Capacitance and for testing Transistors,
Continuity, and Thermocouple temperature.
The dual-slope A-D converter uses C-MOS technology for auto zeroing,
polarity selection and over-range indication.
It is an ideal instrument for use in the field, laboratories, workshops, and for
hobby and home applications.
GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against faults in manufacture for 12 months from
purchase date. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product has been abused or tampered with
in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it is intended.
The reason for return must be clearly stated.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
FEATURES
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Push button ON/OFF power switch.
Auto Power OFF after approx 40 min.
Single 32 position rotary switch for FUNCTION and RANGE selection.
Auto over-range indication, with “1” being displayed on the LCD.
Automatic reverse polarity indication on DC ranges.
All ranges (except 10A current ranges) fully protected.
DC Voltage measurement 2mV to 1,000V.
AC Voltage measurement 200mV to 700V rms.
DC current measurement 20µA to 10A.
AC current measurement 200µA to 10A rms.
Resistance measurement 200Ω to 200MΩ.
Diode testing with 1mA fixed current.
Transistor hFE test with 10µA
Temperature measurement.
Frequency measurement.
Holster with 2 position stand, and test lead holders to ease the taking
of readings whilst holding the meter.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read this information before using the meter, taking special care regarding
any WARNING or IMPORTANT notices. The following safe practices and proper
operating procedures should be followed when using any multimeter:
•
Inspect the test leads for insulation damage or exposed metal.
Damaged leads should be replaced.
•
•
•
•
Select the proper function and range tor your measurement.
•
Electrically disconnect the live, or hot test lead before disconnecting
the common test lead.
•
Follow all equipment safety procedures. Disconnect the input power
and discharge all high-voltage capacitors through a protective
impedance before testing in Ω and
with the multimeter.
•
•
Avoid working alone.
Avoid severe shocks and do not drop the multimeter.
Do not allow the meter to be used if it is damaged or if its safety is impaired
WARNING: To AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK, USE CAUTION WHEN WORKING
ABOVE 40V DC OR 25V AC RMS. SUCH VOLTAGES POSE A SHOCK HAZARD.
When making a current measurement, turn the power off before
connecting the multimeter in the circuit. Overloading a current shunt
will cause excessive heat.
•
When measuring transformer secondary or motor winding current, check
the multimeter fuses first.
•
When testing circuits take extra care not to touch any bare metal
including the ends of the test probes.
•
•
The use of makeshift fuses and the short-circuiting of fuse holders is prohibited.
•
Never attempt to measure a voltage or current higher than the maximum
rating of the meter.
•
Never perform resistance measurements on a live circuit.
Whenever it is likely that the protection has been impaired, the meter shall
be made inoperative and be secured against any unintended operation.
DC Current Measurement
WARNING, Do not attempt to measure a current in excess of 10 Amps
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the mA jack for a maximum of 2A. For inputs greater than 10A, move
the red test lead to the 10A jack.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the A --- range to be used and connect the
test leads in series with the load under measurement. Reverse polarity is
indicated by a “—” sign being displayed in front of the reading.
Note:
1. If the current range is not known beforehand, set the FUNCTION switch
to a high range and work down.
2. When only the figure “1” is displayed over range is being indicated and the
FUNCTION switch must be set to a higher range.
3. The maximum input current is 2A, or 10A depending on the jack used.
Excessive current will blow the fuse which must be replaced. The 10A
range is not protected by a fuse. The fuse rating should be 2A and
no more to prevent damage to the internal circuitry. The maximum
terminal voltage drop is 200mV.
AC Current measurement
WARNING, Do not attempt to measure a current in excess of 10 Amps
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the mA jack for a maximum of 2A. For a maximum of 10A, move the
RED test lead to the 10A jack.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the A~ range to be used and connect the
test lead in series with the load to be measured.
Note: See DC Current Note 1 - 3
Resistance Measurement
IMPORTANT. When checking in-circuit resistance, ensure the circuit under test
has all power removed and that all capacitors are fully discharged.
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the V/Ω jack. Note: the polarity of the RED test lead is “+”.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the range to be used and connect the test
leads across the resistance to be measured.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read this information before using the meter, taking special care regarding
any WARNING or IMPORTANT notices. The following safe practices and proper
operating procedures should be followed when using any multimeter:
•
Inspect the test leads for insulation damage or exposed metal.
Damaged leads should be replaced.
•
•
•
•
Select the proper function and range tor your measurement.
•
Electrically disconnect the live, or hot test lead before disconnecting
the common test lead.
•
Follow all equipment safety procedures. Disconnect the input power
and discharge all high-voltage capacitors through a protective
impedance before testing in Ω and
with the multimeter.
•
•
Avoid working alone.
Avoid severe shocks and do not drop the multimeter.
Do not allow the meter to be used if it is damaged or if its safety is impaired
WARNING: To AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK, USE CAUTION WHEN WORKING
ABOVE 40V DC OR 25V AC RMS. SUCH VOLTAGES POSE A SHOCK HAZARD.
When making a current measurement, turn the power off before
connecting the multimeter in the circuit. Overloading a current shunt
will cause excessive heat.
•
When measuring transformer secondary or motor winding current, check
the multimeter fuses first.
•
When testing circuits take extra care not to touch any bare metal
including the ends of the test probes.
•
•
The use of makeshift fuses and the short-circuiting of fuse holders is prohibited.
•
Never attempt to measure a voltage or current higher than the maximum
rating of the meter.
•
Never perform resistance measurements on a live circuit.
Whenever it is likely that the protection has been impaired, the meter shall
be made inoperative and be secured against any unintended operation.
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DC Current Measurement
WARNING, Do not attempt to measure a current in excess of 10 Amps
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the mA jack for a maximum of 2A. For inputs greater than 10A, move
the red test lead to the 10A jack.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the A --- range to be used and connect the
test leads in series with the load under measurement. Reverse polarity is
indicated by a “—” sign being displayed in front of the reading.
Note:
1. If the current range is not known beforehand, set the FUNCTION switch
to a high range and work down.
2. When only the figure “1” is displayed over range is being indicated and the
FUNCTION switch must be set to a higher range.
3. The maximum input current is 2A, or 10A depending on the jack used.
Excessive current will blow the fuse which must be replaced. The 10A
range is not protected by a fuse. The fuse rating should be 2A and
no more to prevent damage to the internal circuitry. The maximum
terminal voltage drop is 200mV.
AC Current measurement
WARNING, Do not attempt to measure a current in excess of 10 Amps
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the mA jack for a maximum of 2A. For a maximum of 10A, move the
RED test lead to the 10A jack.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the A~ range to be used and connect the
test lead in series with the load to be measured.
Note: See DC Current Note 1 - 3
Resistance Measurement
IMPORTANT. When checking in-circuit resistance, ensure the circuit under test
has all power removed and that all capacitors are fully discharged.
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the V/Ω jack. Note: the polarity of the RED test lead is “+”.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the range to be used and connect the test
leads across the resistance to be measured.
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SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATION
1. Check the 9-volt battery by setting the ON-OFF switch to ON, if the
battery is weak, a + - sign will appear on the display. If this does not
appear on the display, proceed as below. See MAINTENANCE if the
battery has to be replaced.
2. The mark, or symbol,
next to the test lead jacks, is a warning that the
input voltage or current should not exceed the indicated values, to
prevent damage to internal circuitry.
3. The function switch should be set to the range which you want to test
before operation.
DC Voltage Measurement
WARNING. Use extreme caution measuring high voltages, and do not
attempt to measure voltages greater than 1000 Volts, as this can
damage internal circuitry.
Accuracies are ± (% reading ± the number indicated in the
respective chart, added or deducted from the digit, or right hand
column of the reading)
DC Voltage
Range
Accuracy
100µV
2V
2. Set FUNCTION switch to V --- range to be used and connect test leads
across source or load. Reverse polarity is indicated by a “—” sign being
displayed in front of the reading.
Note:
1. If voltage range is not known beforehand, set the FUNCTION switch to a
high range and work down.
2. When only the figure “1” is displayed, over-range is being indicated,
and the FUNCTION switch must be set to a higher range.
AC Voltage Measurement
WARNING. Use extreme caution measuring high voltages, and do not
attempt to measure voltages greater than 700 Volts RMS, as this can
damage internal circuitry.
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the V/Ω jack.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the V~ range to be used and connect the
test leads across the source or load under measurement.
Notes: See DC Voltage measurement Note 1.2.
1mV
±0.5% of rdg ± 1 digit
20V
10mV
200V
0.1V
1000V
1V
± 0.8 of rdg ± 2 digit
Input Impedance:
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the V/Ω jack.
Resolution
200mV
10M ohms on all ranges.
Overload Protection: 220V RMS on 200mV range and 1000V DCor
peak AC all others
AC Voltage
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
2mV
±1.2% of rdg ± 3 digits
100µA
2V
1mV
20V
±0.8% of rdg ± 3 digits
10mV
200V
0.1V
700V
±1.2% of rdg ± 3 digits
Input Impedance:
Frequency Range:
Overload Protection:
1V
10M ohms on all ranges.
40Hz to 400 Hz
700V RMS or 1000V peak continuous on
AC ranges, except 200mV AC range
(15 sec. max. above 300V RMS).
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OPERATION
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Check the 9-volt battery by setting the ON-OFF switch to ON, if the
battery is weak, a + - sign will appear on the display. If this does not
appear on the display, proceed as below. See MAINTENANCE if the
battery has to be replaced.
Accuracies are ± (% reading ± the number indicated inh the
respective chart, added or dxceducted from the digit, or right
hand column of the reading)
2. The mark, or symbol,
next to the test lead jacks, is a warning that the
input voltage or current should not exceed the indicated values, to
prevent damage to internal circuitry.
DC Voltage
3. The function switch should be set to the range which you want to test
before operation.
DC Voltage Measurement
WARNING. Use extreme caution measuring high voltages, and do not
attempt to measure voltages greater than 1000 Volts, as this can
damage internal circuitry.
Range
2V
2. Set FUNCTION switch to V --- range to be used and connect test leads
across source or load. Reverse polarity is indicated by a “—” sign being
displayed in front of the reading.
Note:
1. If voltage range is not known beforehand, set the FUNCTION switch to a
high range and work down.
2. When only the figure “1” is displayed, over-range is being indicated,
and the FUNCTION switch must be set to a higher range.
AC Voltage Measurement
WARNING. Use extreme caution measuring high voltages, and do not
attempt to measure voltages greater than 700 Volts RMS, as this can
damage internal circuitry.
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the V/Ω jack.
2. Set the FUNCTION switch to the V~ range to be used and connect the
test leads across the source or load under measurement.
Notes: See DC Voltage measurement Note 1.2.
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±0.5% of rdg ± 1 digit
1mV
10mV
0.1V
200V
1000V
Resolution
100µV
20V
Input Impedance:
1. Connect the BLACK test lead to the COM jack and the RED test lead to
the V/Ω jack.
Accuracy
200mV
1V
± 0.8 of rdg ± 2 digit
10M ohms on all ranges.
Overload Protection: 220V RMS on 200mV range and 1000V DCor
peak AC all others
AC Voltage
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
2mV
±1.2% of rdg ± 3 digits
100µA
±0.8% of rdg ± 3 digits
10mV
2V
20V
1mV
200V
700V
Input Impedance:
Frequency Range:
Overload Protection:
0.1V
±1.2% of rdg ± 3 digits
1V
10M ohms on all ranges.
40Hz to 400 Hz
700V RMS or 1000V peak continuous on
AC ranges, except 200mV AC range
(15 sec. max. above 300V RMS).
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DC Current
Range
2mA
Resistance
Accuracy
Resolution
1µA
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
20mA
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
200Ω
±0.8% of rdg ± 3 digits
0.1Ω
10µA
2KΩ
1Ω
10Ω
200mA
±1.5% of rdg ± 1 digit
0.1mA
20KΩ
10A
±2% of rdg ± 5 digits
10mA
200KΩ
AC Current
1KΩ
20MΩ
± 1% of rdg ± 2 digits
10KΩ
200MΩ
±5% of rdg-10 dig ±10 dig
100KΩ
Overload Protection: 220V DC/RMS. AC on all ranges
Open Circuit Voltage: Lower than 700mV
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
20mA
±1% of rdg ± 3 digits
10µA
200mA
±1.8% of rdg ± 3 digits
0.1mA
10A
±3% of rdg ± 7 digits
10mA
Overload Protection:
Frequency Range:
Max. Input Current:
Indication:
Capacitance
Range
Accuracy
1µF
20nF
10µF
1nF
20µF
10nF
Accuracy
Resolution
10µA
±1.5% of rdg ± 5 digits
Range
-20OC to
1000OC
Temp. Range
Accuracy
- 20O C - 0O C
±5% of rdg ± 4 digits
1O C
0O C - 400O C
±1% of rdg ± 3 digits
1O C
400O C - 1000O C
±2% of rdg
1O C
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Resistance
Accuracy
Resolution
1µA
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
20mA
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
200Ω
±0.8% of rdg ± 3 digits
0.1Ω
10µA
2KΩ
1Ω
10Ω
200mA
±1.5% of rdg ± 1 digit
0.1mA
20KΩ
10A
±2% of rdg ± 5 digits
10mA
200KΩ
AC Current
100Ω
1KΩ
20MΩ
± 1% of rdg ± 2 digits
10KΩ
200MΩ
±5% of rdg-10 dig ±10 dig
100KΩ
Overload Protection: 220V DC/RMS. AC on all ranges
Open Circuit Voltage: Lower than 700mV
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
20mA
±1% of rdg ± 3 digits
10µA
200mA
±1.8% of rdg ± 3 digits
0.1mA
10A
±3% of rdg ± 7 digits
10mA
Overload Protection:
Frequency Range:
Max. Input Current:
Indication:
Capacitance
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
2nF
1µF
20nF
10µF
200nF
20mA/250V fuse
40Hz to 400Hz.
10A
Average. (RMS of sine wave)
±4% of rdg ± 3 digits
0.1nF
2µF
1nF
20µF
10nF
Thermocouple Temperature
Frequency
Accuracy
Resolution
Range
Temp. Range
Accuracy
Res.
O
±5% of rdg ± 4 digits
1O C
O
0 C - 400 C
±1% of rdg ± 3 digits
1O C
400O C - 1000O C
±2% of rdg
1O C
O
20kHz
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
2MΩ
Overload Protection: 20mA/250V fuse
Max. Input Current: 10A
Range
Res.
7
DC Current
2mA
0.1nF
±4% of rdg ± 3 digits
2µF
Thermocouple Temperature
Sensitivity: 200mV rms. Input, no more than 10V rms
Range
Resolution
2nF
200nF
20mA/250V fuse
40Hz to 400Hz.
10A
Average. (RMS of sine wave)
Frequency
20kHz
100Ω
2MΩ
Overload Protection: 20mA/250V fuse
Max. Input Current: 10A
Range
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
±1.5% of rdg ± 5 digits
10µA
Sensitivity: 200mV rms. Input, no more than 10V rms
6
- 20 C - 0 C
-20OC to
1000OC
O
7