FLUKE 192B Datasheet - Test Equipment Solutions UK

Test Equipment Solutions Datasheet
Test Equipment Solutions Ltd specialise in the second user sale, rental and distribution of
quality test & measurement (T&M) equipment. We stock all major equipment types such as
spectrum analyzers, signal generators, oscilloscopes, power meters, logic analysers etc from
all the major suppliers such as Agilent, Tektronix, Anritsu and Rohde & Schwarz.
We are focused at the professional end of the marketplace, primarily working with customers
for whom high performance, quality and service are key, whilst realising the cost savings that
second user equipment offers. As such, we fully test & refurbish equipment in our in-house,
traceable Lab. Items are supplied with manuals, accessories and typically a full no-quibble 2
year warranty. Our staff have extensive backgrounds in T&M, totalling over 150 years of
combined experience, which enables us to deliver industry-leading service and support. We
endeavour to be customer focused in every way right down to the detail, such as offering free
delivery on sales, covering the cost of warranty returns BOTH ways (plus supplying a loan
unit, if available) and supplying a free business tool with every order.
As well as the headline benefit of cost saving, second user offers shorter lead times, higher
reliability and multivendor solutions. Rental, of course, is ideal for shorter term needs and
offers fast delivery, flexibility, try-before-you-buy, zero capital expenditure, lower risk and off
balance sheet accounting. Both second user and rental improve the key business measure of
Return On Capital Employed.
We are based near Heathrow Airport in the UK from where we supply test equipment
worldwide. Our facility incorporates Sales, Support, Admin, Logistics and our own in-house
Lab.
All products supplied by Test Equipment Solutions include:
- No-quibble parts & labour warranty (we provide transport for UK mainland addresses).
- Free loan equipment during warranty repair, if available.
- Full electrical, mechanical and safety refurbishment in our in-house Lab.
- Certificate of Conformance (calibration available on request).
- Manuals and accessories required for normal operation.
- Free insured delivery to your UK mainland address (sales).
- Support from our team of seasoned Test & Measurement engineers.
- ISO9001 quality assurance.
Test equipment Solutions Ltd
Unit 8 Elder Way
Waterside Drive
Langley
Berkshire
SL3 6EP
T: +44 (0)1753 596000
F: +44 (0)1753 596001
Email: info@TestEquipmentHQ.com
Web: www.TestEquipmentHQ.com
ScopeMeter® 190C,
190B, and 120 Series
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For demanding applications, the
ScopeMeter 190C and 190B Series
high-performance oscilloscopes
offer specifications usually found on
top-end bench instruments. With
up to 200 MHz bandwidth,
2.5 GS/s real time sampling and a
deep memory of 27,500 points per
input, they’re ideal for engineers
who need the full capabilities of a
high-performance scope in a handheld, battery powered instrument.
• Dual input - 200, 100 or
60 MHz bandwidth
• Up to 2.5 GS/s real time
sampling per input
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High waveform resolution of
3000 datapoints per channel
Frequency Spectrum using FFT
analysis (190C)
Connect-and-View™ automatic
triggering, a full range of manual trigger modes plus external
triggering
Digital Persistence for analyzing complex, dynamic signals
like on an analog oscilloscope
(190C)
Fast display update rate for
seeing dynamic behavior
instantaneously
Automatic capture and replay of
100 screens
27,500 points and more per
input record length using
ScopeRecord™ mode
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1,000 V CAT II and 600 V
CAT III safety certified
• Up to 1,000 V independently
floating isolated inputs
• Four hours rechargeable
NiMH battery pack
ScopeMeter 120 Series:
Three-in-one simplicity
The compact ScopeMeter 120 Series
is the rugged solution for industrial
troubleshooting and installation
applications. It’s a truly integrated
test tool, with oscilloscope, multimeter and “paperless” recorder in
one affordable, easy-to-use instrument. Find fast answers to problems
in machinery, instrumentation,
control and power systems.
• A dual input 40 MHz or 20 MHz
digital oscilloscope
• Two 5,000 counts true-rms
Now including the NEW ScopeMeter 125
digital multimeters
• Cursor measurements
(Fluke 124, 125)
• A dual input TrendPlot recorder
• Connect-and-View trigger
simplicity for hands-off operation
• Shielded test leads for oscilloscope, resistance, continuity
and capacitance measurements
• Full bandwidth, VPS40 10:1
40 MHz probe included standard
with Fluke 124, 125
• Up to seven hours battery
operation
• 600 V CAT III safety certified
• Optically isolated RS-232
interface
• Rugged, compact case
• Bus Health test for industrial bus
systems (Fluke 125)
• Power measurements and har-
monics measurement (Fluke 125)
Technical specifications 190C and 190B Series
Oscilloscope mode
Vertical deflection
Bandwidth
Rise time
Fluke 199C
Fluke 199B
200 MHz
1.7 ns
Fluke 196C
Fluke 196B
100 MHz
3.5 ns
Fluke 192B
60 MHz
5.8 ns
Bandwidth limiter: User selectable: 10 kHz, 20 MHz
or off
Number of inputs: Two plus external trigger.
All inputs isolated from each other and ground.
Input coupling: AC or DC, with ground level indicator
Input sensitivity: 2 mV/div to 100 V/div (Fluke 190C
Series); 5 mV/div to 100 V/div (Fluke 190B Series)
Normal/invert: On both input channels; switched
separately
Variable attenuator: Variable gain on input channel A
Input voltage: 1000 V CAT II, 600 V CAT III rated—see
“general specifications” for further details
Vertical resolution: 8 bit
Accuracy: ± (1.5 % of reading + 0.04 x range/div)
Input impedance: 1 MW ± 1 % // 15 pF ± 2 pF
Horizontal
Maximum
real-time
sample rate
Number of digitizers
Time base range Fluke 199C
Fluke 199B
2.5 GS/s
Fluke 196C
Fluke 196B
1 GS/s
Fluke 192B
500 MS/s
2
2
2
5 ns/div
to 5 s/div
10 ns/div
to 5 s/div
Maximum record length: 3000 points per input in
Scope mode; 27,500 points per input in ScopeRecord™
roll mode (5 ms/div to 2 min/div)
Accuracy: ± (0.01 % of reading + 1 pixel)
Glitch capture: 50 nsec (at 5 µsec/div to 1 min/div);
250 nsec (at 2 min/div)
Display and acquisition
Fluke 190C
Fluke 190B
Display
144 mm 144 mm
Full color LCD
Monochrome LCD
Display modes
Input A, input B, dual, average, replay
Persistence
Digital persistence:
Persistence
modes
short/medium/long/infinite
on / off
Visible screen width: 12 divisions
Waveform mathematics: A + B, A - B, A * B, all
with user selectable scaling of resultant; A versus B
(X - Y mode); Frequency Spectrum using FFT analysis
(190C only)
Acquisition modes: Normal, auto, single shot,
ScopeRecord™ roll, glitch capture, waveform
compare, waveform compare with automatic
“Pass / Fail testing” (in 199C and 196C only)
Trigger and delay
Source: Input A, input B, external trigger input.
All input references isolated from each other and
from ground
Modes: Automatic Connect-and-View,™ free run,
single shot, edge, delay, video, video line, selectable
pulsewidth, dual slope (190C only), N-cycle
(190C only)
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Connect-and-View™: Advanced automatic triggering
that recognizes signal patterns, automatically sets up
and continuously adjusts triggering, time base and
amplitude. Automatically displays stable waveforms
of complex and dynamic signals like motor drive and
control signals.
Video triggering: NTSC, PAL, PAL+, SECAM. Includes
field 1, field 2 and line select.
Pulse width triggering: Pulse width qualified by time.
Allows for triggering <t, >t, =t, ≠t, where t is selectable in minimal steps of 0.01 div. or 50 nsec.
Time delay: One full screen of pre-trigger view or up
to 100 screens (= 1200 divisions) of post-trigger delay
Dual slope triggering: Both rising and falling transitions, when crossing the trigger level, initiate an
acquisition (190C only)
N-cycle triggering: Triggers on N-th occurrence of
a trigger event; N to be set in the range 2 to 99
(190C only)
Automatic capture of 100 screens
The instrument ALWAYS memorizes the last 100
screens (no user setup required). When an anomaly
occurs on screen, the REPLAY button can be pressed to
review the full screen sequence over and over.
Instrument can be set up for triggering on glitches
or intermittent anomalies and will operate in
“baby-sit” mode and will capture 100 events.
Alternatively, the 199C and 196C can be set up
in waveform compare mode to store only matching
(“Pass”) or only non-matching (“Fail”) acquired waveforms in the replay memory bank for further analysis.
Replay: Manual or continuous replay. Displays the
captured 100 screens as a “live” animation or under
manual control. Each screen has date- and time-stamp.
Replay storage: Up to 2 sets of 100 screens each
can be saved for later recall and analysis
FFT – Frequency Spectrum Analysis
(190C only)
Shows frequency content of oscilloscope waveform
using Fast Fourier Transform
Window: Automatic, Hamming, Hanning or None
Automatic window: Digitally re-samples acquired
waveform to get optimum frequency resolution in FFT
resultant
Vertical scale: Linear/logarithmic, in volts
Frequency axis: Logarithmic; frequency range
automatically set as function of timebase range of
oscilloscope
Waveform compare and pass/fail testing
Waveform compare: Provides storage and display
of a reference waveform for visual comparison with
newly acquired waveforms. Reference is derived from
an acquired waveform and can be modified in the
ScopeMeter or externally using FlukeView® Software.
Pass/Fail Testing (199C, 196C): In waveform compare mode, the Color Scopemeter can be set up to
store only matching (“Pass”) or only non-matching
(“Fail”) acquired waveforms in the replay memory
bank for further analysis.
Automatic scope measurements
Vdc, Vac rms, Vac+dc, Vpeak max, Vpeak min, Vpeak to
peak, Aac, Adc, Aac+dc, frequency (Hz), risetime, falltime, power factor, Watts, VA, VA reactive, phase, pulse
width (pos/neg), dutycycle (pos/neg), temperature °C,
temperature °F, dBV, dBm into 50 Ω and 600 Ω
Vpwm ac, Vpwm ac+dc for measurement on pulse
width modulated motordrives and frequency inverters
ScopeMeter 190C/190B Series, 120 Series and the NEW ScopeMeter 125
Cursor measurements
Meter mode
Source: Input A, input B or the mathematical result
trace (excluding A vs B curve)
Dual horizontal lines: Voltage at cursor 1 and 2,
voltage between cursors
Dual vertical lines: Time between cursors, 1/T
between cursors (in Hz), voltage between markers,
risetime with markers, falltime with markers; Vrms
between cursors (190C only), watts between cursors
(190C only)
Single vertical line: Min-Max and Average voltage
at cursor position; frequency and rms-value of individual frequency component in FFT result (190C only)
Via 4 mm banana inputs. Fully isolated from scope
inputs and scope ground. The specified accuracy is
valid over the temperature range 18 °C to 28 °C
(65 °F to 82 °F). Add 10 % of specified accuracy for
each degree C below 18 °C or above 28 °C.
Maximum resolution: 5,000 counts
Voltmeter ranges: 500 mV, 5 V, 50 V, 500 V,
1,000 V
Accuracy:
Vdc ± (0.5 % + 5 counts)
Vac true rms
15 Hz to 60 Hz: ± (1 % + 10 counts)
60 Hz to 1 kHz: ± (2.5 % + 15 counts)
Vac+dc true rms
dc to 60 Hz: ± (1 % + 10 counts)
60 Hz to 1 kHz: ± (2.5 % + 15 counts)
Ohms:
Ranges: 500 Ω, 5 kΩ, 50 kΩ, 500 kΩ, 5 MΩ, 30 MΩ
Accuracy: ± (0.6 % + 5 counts)
Zoom
Up to 16x horizontal zoom
Recorder mode
ScopeRecord – roll mode
Dual input waveform storage mode
Source and display: Input A, input B, dual
Memory depth: 27,500 points per input. Each point
consists of Min-Max pair
Min-Max values: Min-Max values are measured at
high sample rates ensuring capture and display of
glitches
Time base range
Recorded timespan Glitch capture Sample rate Resolution 5 ms/div to 1 min/div
6 sec to 24 hr
50 ns
20 MS/s
200 µsec to 2 sec
Other meter functions
Continuity: Beeper on < 50 Ω (± 30 Ω)
Diode test: Up to 2.8 V
Amps: Adc, Aac, Aac+dc using an optional current
clamp or shunt. Scaling factors: 0.1 mV/A ... 100 V/A
Temperature (°C, °F): With optional accessories. Scale
factors 1 mV/°C or 1 mV/°F
Input impedance: 1 MΩ ± 1 % // 10 pF ± 2 pF
Advanced meter functions: Auto/manual ranging,
relative measurements (zero reference), TrendPlot
recording
2 min/div
48 hr
250 ns
4 MS/s
4.8 sec
Recording modes: Single sweep, continuous roll,
Start-on-Trigger, Stop-on-Trigger
Stop-on-Trigger (through external): ScopeRecord
mode can be stopped by an individual trigger event, or
by an interruption of a repetitive trigger signal
Horizontal scale: Time from start, time of day
Zoom: Up to 100x
Memory: Up to 2 dual input ScopeRecord waveforms
can be saved for later recall and analysis
TrendPlot™ recording
Single or dual input electronic paperless chart
recorder. Plots, displays and stores meter and scope
measurements.
Source and display: Input A, input B or DMM input
Memory depth: 18,000 points recording. Per record
point a minimum, a maximum and an average value,
plus a date and timestamp are recorded.
Ranges: 5 s/div to 30 min/div in normal view mode;
5 min/div to 48 hr/div in view all mode, giving
overview of total record
Recorded timespan: Up to 22 days with a resolution
of 1 minute
Recording mode: Continuous roll for the duration of
the full recordable timespan
Measurement speed: 5 measurements per second
Horizontal scale: Time from start, time of day
Zoom: Up to 64x zoom
Memory: Up to 2 TrendPlot recordings can be saved
for later recall and analysis
Cursor measurements – all recorder modes
Source: Input A, B or DMM input
Dual vertical lines: Min-Max or Average
voltage. Time between cursors
Single vertical line: Min-Max or Average
voltage. Absolute date and time or time from start
General specifications
Memory save and recall
Scope memories: 10 memory locations that each can
contain two waveforms plus corresponding setup
Recorder memories: 2 memory locations that each
can contain 100 captured dual input scope screens,
or a dual input ScopeRecord (27,500 Min-Max pairs
per input), or a dual input Trendplot (18,000 min-max
pairs + average values)
Real-time clock
Time and date stamp for ScopeRecord, 100 captured
screens and TrendPlots
Mechanical data
Size: 256 x 169 x 64 mm (10.1 x 6.6 x 2.5 in)
Weight: 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
Case
Design: Rugged, shock proof with integrated
protective holster
Drip and dust proof: IP51 according to IEC529
Shock and vibration: Shock 30 g, vibration
Display
Brightness
Fluke 190C
Bright full-color LCD
with backlight,
80 Cd/m2 typ.
using power adapter
Fluke 190B
Bright LCD
with backlight
125 Cd/m2 typ.
using power adapter
(sinusoidal) 3 g according to MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2
Display size: 115.2 mm x 86.4 mm (4.54 in x 3.4 in)
Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels
Contrast and brightness: User adjustable,
temperature compensated
ScopeMeter 190C/190B Series, 120 Series and the NEW ScopeMeter 125
Fluke Corporation Power
Line power: Country-specific line voltage
adapter/battery charger included
Battery power: Rechargeable NiMH (installed)
Battery operating time: 4 hours
Battery charging time: 4 hours
Battery power saving functions: Auto power down
with adjustable power down time. On-screen battery
status indicator.
Safety
Humidity:
10 °C to 30 °C: 95% RH non condensing
30 °C to 40 °C: 75% RH non condensing
40 °C to 50 °C: 45% RH non condensing
Maximum operating altitude: 3,000 m (10,000 feet)
Maximum storage altitude: 12 km (40,000 feet)
Electro-Magnetic-Compatibility (EMC): EN 61326-1
for emission and immunity
Optically-isolated PC/printer interface
Compliance:
EN61010-1-2001, Pollution degree 2;
UL 3111-1, with approval;
CAN/CSA C22.2, No. 61010-1-04, with approval;
ANSI/ISA-82.02.01
PC communication: Transfer instrument settings,
screen images, waveform data and waveform
references, compatible with FlukeView® software
for Windows® via optional PM9080.
To printer: Supports HP Laserjet®, DeskJet, Epson FX/
LQ, Seiko DPU-414 and Postscript printers via optional
PAC 91
Input voltage ratings
Warranty
Maximum probe voltage: 1000 V CAT II/600 V CAT III
(Maximum voltage between 10:1 probe tip [VPS200]
and reference lead)
Floating voltage: 1000 V CAT II/600 V CAT III
(Maximum voltage between earth ground and any
terminal [signal input or shielding])
Independently isolated inputs:
1000 V CAT II/600 V CAT III
(Maximum voltage between any terminal of one input
or probe [VPS200] and any other terminal of another
input or probe [VPS200])
Maximum voltage on BNC input directly
(input A or B): 300 V CAT III
Maximum voltage on meter input:
1,000 V CAT II/600 V CAT III
Environmental
Three-years, parts and labor on mainframe instrument
One-year on accessories
Accessories
Standard accessories
Fluke 199C, Fluke 196C, Fluke 199B,
Fluke 196B, Fluke 192B
Rechargeable battery pack (installed)
BP190
Line voltage adapter/battery charger
BC190
Voltage probes and accessories
10:1 voltage probe (VPS200, 1 red + 1 grey)
including hook clip, ground lead with mini alligator clip, ground lead with hook clip, 4 mm add-on
probe tip, ground lead to 4 mm banana plug
Multimeter test leads
TL75 Hard Point test lead set (1red, 1 black)
User manual
10 language versions on CD-ROM, “Getting Started”
booklet included with instrument
Operating temperature: 0 °C to +50 °C
Storage temperature: -20 °C to +60 °C
Technical specifications 120 Series
Horizontal
Oscilloscope mode
Vertical deflection
Bandwidth and risetime
Fluke 125, 124 Fluke 123
Bandwidth (risetime)
• with VPS40 probes
• input A and B directly
• with STL120 Shielded Test Leads
40 MHz
40 MHz
12.5 MHz
20 MHz
20 MHz
12.5 MHz
Instrument risetime (input directly)
8.75 ns
17.5 ns
Number of inputs: 2
Input coupling: AC, DC with ground level indicator
Input sensitivity: 5 mV to 500 V/div (with the
included VPS40 (Fluke 125, 124) and STL120 shielded
test leads measure up to 600 Vrms, CAT III)
Input voltage: 600 V CAT III. See “general specifications” for more detailed information.
Vertical resolution: 8 bit
Accuracy: ± (1 % of reading + 0.05 x range/div)
Input impedance: 1 MΩ ± 1 % // 225 pF with
STL120 shielded test leads; 1 MΩ ± 1 % // 20 pF
± 3 pF with BB120; 5 MΩ ± 1 % // 15.5 pF with
VPS40, 10:1 Voltage probe
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Max. sample rate (both channels simultaneously):
Fluke 125, 124: 2.5 GS/s for repetitive signals;
25 MS/s for single shot
Fluke 123: 1.25 GS/s for repetitive signals; 25 MS/s
for single shot
Number of digitizers: 2
Time base range: 10 ns/div to 1 min/div; 20 ns/div
to 1 min/div (Fluke 123)
Maximum record length: 512 Min-Max points
per input
Accuracy: ± (0.1 % of reading + 1 pixel)
Glitch detect: 40 ns
Display and acquisition
Display modes: Input A, input A and B, envelope,
smooth
Acquisition modes: Normal (including glitch capture),
single shot, roll
Trigger and delay
Source: Input A, input B, external via optional ITP120
Modes: Automatic Connect-and-View, Free Run, Edge,
Single Shot, Video, Video Line
ScopeMeter 190C/190B Series, 120 Series and the NEW ScopeMeter 125
Connect-and-View: Advanced automatic triggering
that recognizes signal patterns and automatically sets
up and continuously adjusts triggering, time base and
amplitude. Automatically displays stable pictures of
complex and dynamic signals like motor drive and
control signals
Video triggering: NTSC, PAL, PAL+, SECAM. Includes
line select
Time delay: Up to 10 divisions pre-trigger view
Measurements
Vdc, Vac, Vac+dc, Vpeak max, Vpeak min, Vpeak
to peak, frequency (Hz), positive pulse width, negative
pulse width, positive duty cycle, negative duty
cycle, Amp ac, Amp dc, Amp ac+dc, Phase,
Temperature °C, Temperature °F, dBV, dBm into 50 Ω
and 600 Ω. (Amps, °C or °F with optional probes)
Cursor measurements (125, 124)
Sources: Input A, Input B
Modes: Single or dual vertical cursor, dual horizontal
cursor, risetime or falltime
Measurements:
Single vertical line: Average, min value, max value,
time from start of recording in roll mode
Dual vertical lines: ∆V at markers, time between
cursors, 1/T between cursors (in Hz)
Dual horizontal lines: High, low or ∆V – readout,
risetime and falltime: transition time, 0 %-level,
100 %-level, with markers at 10 % and 90 %
Accuracy: As oscilloscope
Bus health tester (Fluke 125 only)
Bus health automatically analyzes the electrical signals
on the network to give waveform data and measure
individual parameters. Automatic comparison of the
measurement results to the standards results in “good”
or “false” indicators to be displayed per parameter.
Bus types and reference standards used:
AS-i (EN50295, 166 kb/s)®;
CAN-bus (ISO-11898, up to 1 Mb/s);
Interbus S (EIA-485, up to 10 Mb/s)®;
ControlNet (61158 type 2, 2.5 Mb/s)®;
Modbus (EIA-232, up to 115 kb/s and
EIA-485, up to 10 Mb/s)®;
Foundation Fieldbus H1 (61158 type 1, 31.25 kb/s)
and H2 (61158 type 1, up to 10 Mb/s);
Profibus DP (EIA-485, up to 10 Mb/s) and
PA (61158 type 1, 31.25 kb/s);
Ethernet [10Base2 (coaxial) and 10BaseT
(UTP)], 10 Mb/s;
RS-232 (EIA-232, up to 115 kb/s);
RS-485 (EIA-485, up to 10 Mb/s);
or user defined system
Measured parameters: Baud rate, risetime, falltime,
high level, low level, distortion, amplitude and jitter,
with comparison to system’s standard values
Power measurements (Fluke 125 only)
Measure types: Watt, VA, VAR, Power Factor (PF)
Power configuration: Single phase or balanced
3-phase (delta-configuration) mains supply
Voltage measurement: Channel A, using STL120,
voltage probe or direct input
Current measurement: Channel B, using i400s
current clamp (included) or other compatible clamp
Current clamp sensitivity: 0.1/1/10/100/1000 mV/A,
10 mV/mA and 400 mV/A
Harmonics mode (Fluke 125 only)
Converts waveform information into a harmonics display (using FFT processing), which shows the relative
amplitudes of the 1st up to the 33rd harmonic
Harmonics frequency range: DC to 33rd harmonic
(fundamental ≤ 60 Hz); DC to 24th (fundamental
≤ 400 Hz)
Analyzed waveform: Voltage waveform (Ch.A),
current waveform (Ch.B) or power (Ch.A x Ch.B),
automatically generated
Display: Bargraph showing 1st up to 33rd harmonic,
amplitude displayed in % relative to fundamental
Timebase setting: 5 ms/div.
Measurements: Relative amplitude of individual
harmonic; THD in %r or %f
Dual input meter
The specified accuracy is valid over the temperature
range 18 °C to 28 °C (64 °F to 82 °F). Add 10 % of
specified accuracy for each °C below 18 °C or above
28 °C (64 °F to 82 °F)
Max. meter bandwidth: 40 MHz (Fluke 125, 124),
20 MHz (Fluke 123)
Voltage measurements
Measurement selection: Vdc, Vac rms, Vac+dc rms,
Vpeak max, Vpeak min, Vpk-pk
Ranges: 500 mV, 5 V, 50 V, 500 V, 1250 V
Full scale reading: 5,000 counts
Accuracy
Vdc: ± (0.5 % + 5 counts)
Vac rms:
1 Hz to 60 Hz: ± (1 % + 10 counts)
60 Hz to 1 kHz: ± (2.5 % + 15 counts)
20 kHz to 1 MHz ± (5 % + 20 counts)
Vac+dc true-rms:
DC to 60 Hz: ± (1 % + 10 counts)
60 Hz to 1 kHz: ± (2.5 % + 15 counts)
20 kHz to 1 MHz (5 % + 20 counts)
Vpeak:
Max peak or Min peak: 5 % of full scale
Peak-to-peak: 10 % of full scale
Ohms
Ranges: 500 Ω, 5 kΩ, 50 kΩ, 500 kΩ, 5 MΩ, 30 MΩ
(all models), 50.00 Ω (Fluke 125 only)
Max. resolution: 5,000 counts
Accuracy: ± (0.6 % of reading + 5 counts)
Capacitance
Ranges: 50 nF to 500 µF
Max. resolution: 5,000 counts
Accuracy: ± (2 % of reading + 10 counts)
Other meter functions
Frequency: Up to 70 MHz (Fluke 125, 124) or up to
40 MHz (Fluke 123)
Rotational speed (RPM): Revolutions per minute,
based on 1, 2 or 4 or 8 pulses per 2 revolutions
(Fluke 125 only)
Max. RPM reading: 50 kRPM
Continuity: Beeper on < 30 Ω
Diode test: Up to 2.8 V
Amps: Amp dc, Amp ac, Amp ac+dc using an optional
current clamp or shunt. Scaling factors: 0.1 mV/Amp to
100 V/Amp
ScopeMeter 190C/190B Series, 120 Series and the NEW ScopeMeter 125
Fluke Corporation Duty cycle: 2 % to 98 %, up to 30 MHz
Temperature (°C, °F): With optional accessories. Scale
factors 1 mV/°C or 1 mV/°F
Number of inputs: 2
Input impedance: 1 MΩ ± 1 % // 10 pF ± 2 pF
Advanced meter functions: Auto/manual ranging,
TouchHold®, Relative measurements (zero reference),
TrendPlot recording
Recorder mode
Trendplot recording
Dual input electronic paperless chart recorder. Plots
and displays the actual, minimum, maximum and
average of any measurement.
Source and display: Input A, input A and B
Range: 15 s/div to 2 days per division (automatic)
Recorded timespan: Up to 16 days with a resolution
of 1.5 hours
Recording mode: Continuous with automatic vertical
scaling and horizontal time compression
Measurement speed: 2.5 measurements per second
maximum
Horizontal scale: Time from start
General specifications
Case
Design: Rugged, shock proof with integrated
protective holster
Drip and dust proof: IP51 according to IEC529
Shock and vibration: Shock 30 g according to
MIL-PRF-28800F, Class 2, par. 3.8.4.2 and 4.5.5.3.1
Shock and vibration: Vibration 3 g according to
MIL-PRF-28800F, Class 2, par. 3.8.5.1 and 4.5.5.4.1
Display
Bright LCD with CCFL backlight, 60 (35) cd/m2
with (without) power adapter
Size: 72 x 72 mm (2.8 x 2.8 inch)
Resolution: 240 x 240 pixels
Contrast and brightness: User adjustable,
temperature compensated
Memory save and recall
20 (10 in Fluke 123) instrument screens with user
set-ups and user text
Real-time clock
Time and date stamp TrendPlot recording
Power
Line power: Country-specific line voltage
adapter/battery charger included
Battery power: Rechargeable Ni-MH BP120MH
(installed)
Battery operating time: Up to 7 hours using
BP120MH
Battery charging time: 7 hours
Battery power saving functions: Auto power down
with adjustable power down time. On-screen battery
power indicator
Fluke Corporation
Mechanical data
Size: 50 x 115 x 232 mm (2 x 4.5 x 9.1 in)
Weight: 1.2 kg (2.64 lbs)
Safety
Compliance:
EN61010-1-2001, Pollution degree 2;
UL 3111-1;
CAN/CSA C22.2, No. 61010-1-04,
including CCSAUS-approval;
ANSI/ISA-82.02.01
Input voltage ratings
Maximum input voltage: 600 V CAT III
(Maximum voltage between input and reference lead)
Maximum input voltage using VPS40 Probe:
600 V CAT III, 1000 V CAT II (Maximum voltage
between probe tip input and reference lead)
Floating voltage: 600 V CAT III
(Maximum voltage between earth ground and any
terminal [signal input or reference lead]) Maximum voltage between reference leads:
Instrument has common grounds connected via
self recovering fault protection. For different ground
potential measurements between inputs, use DP120
differential voltage probe
Environmental
According to MIL-PRF-28800F, Class 2
Operating temperature: 0 °C to +50 °C
Storage temperature: -20 °C to +60 °C
Humidity:
10 °C to 30 °C, 95% RH non condensing;
30 °C to 40 °C, 75% RH non condensing;
40 °C to 50 °C, 45% RH non condensing
Maximum operating altitude: 2,000 m (6,500 feet);
3,000 m (10,000 feet) voltages ≤ 400 V
Maximum storage altitude: 12 km (40,000 feet)
Electro-Magnetic-Compatibility (EMC):
EN61326-1 for emissions and immunity
Optically isolated PC/printer interface
To printer: Supports HP Laserjet,® Deskjet,® Epson
FX/LQ and postscript printers via optional PAC91
To PC: Transfer instrument settings, screen images
and data, compatible with FlukeView® software for
Windows® via optional PM9080
Warranty
Three-years (parts and labor) on main instrument
One-year on accessories
Accessories
Standard accessories
Fluke 125, Fluke 124, Fluke 123
Rechargeable battery pack (installed)
BP120MH
Line voltage adapter/battery charger
PM8907
Voltage probes and accessories
STL120 Shielded Test lead set; VPS40 high impedance 10:1 probe, 40 MHz (1 black, included with
Fluke 125, 124); HC120 hook clips; ground leads
with mini alligator clips; AC120 alligator clips;
BB120 BNC-to-Shielded banana adapter
Multimeter test leads
TL75 Hard Point test lead set (1 black)
Current clamp
i400s Current Clamp (included with Fluke 125 only)
User manual
15 language versions on CD-ROM, “Getting Started”
booklet included with instrument
ScopeMeter 190C/190B Series, 120 Series and the NEW ScopeMeter 125
International safety standards
Measurement
voltage
category
Summary description
CAT IV
Three phase at utility connection, any outdoor
conductors (under 1,000 V)
• Outside and service entrance
• Service drop from pole to building
• Run between meter and panel
• Overhead line to detached building
• Underground line to well pump
CAT III
Three-phase distribution (under 1,000 V),
including single phase commercial lighting
and distribution panels
• Feeders and short branch circuits
• Distribution panel devices
• Heavy appliance outlets with “short”
connections to service entrance
CAT II
Single-phase receptable connected loads
• Outlets and long branch circuits
• All outlets at more than 10 m (30 ft)
from Category III source
• All outlets at more than 20 m (60 ft)
from Category IV source
CAT I
Electronic
• Electronic equipment
• Low energy equipment with transient
limiting protection
To protect your instrument and—more importantly—
yourself, choose a test tool that can withstand the
electrical hazards present in the environment in which
you plan to use it.
EN61010 establishes international safety requirements for electrical measurement equipment. It
separates the various electrical environments into
installation categories based on the danger from
high-voltage energy transients. To choose the right
tool, the voltage rating alone does not determine the
safety. It is the combination of voltage rating and
installation category that determines maximum transient withstand capability of the tool. CAT III rated
instruments are recommended for measurement on
industrial power distribution systems.
FlukeView® ScopeMeter® Software for Windows®
FlukeView software adds PC power to your
Fluke ScopeMeter Test Tools.
FlukeView ScopeMeter software helps you get more
out of your ScopeMeter:
• Store instrument’s screen copies on the PC, in color
(with Fluke 190C Series) or in black and white
(Fluke 190B and 120 Series)
Copy
color screen images into your reports and
•
documentation (color screen images with
Fluke 190C Series only)
• Capture and store waveform data from your
ScopeMeter on your PC
• Create and archive waveform references for automatic (Fluke 190C Series) or visual (Fluke 190B and
190C Series) comparison
• Use cursors for parameter measurement
• Includes waveform analysis, e.g., FFT spectrum
analysis
• Copy waveform data into your spreadsheet for
detailed analysis
• Extended recording of up to four user-selected measurements help you monitor and analyze slow moving signals and related events
• Logging of other readings directly into other application programs, eg., spreadsheet
• Add user text to instrument setups and send
these to the instrument for operator reference and
instructions
• Capture complete replay sequence into the PC for
further analysis and documentation
• English, French and German versions included on a
single CD-ROM
Note: Some functionality may be available with specific ScopeMeter
models only
System requirements
• Pentium 90 or better
• CD-ROM drive
• Windows® 95/98/Me/
NT 4.0/2000/XP
• One free RS232 port or
USB port
• PM9080 optically iso-
lated RS232 adapter/
cable, or:
OC4USB
optically iso•
lated USB interface
adapter/cable, available
separately or included
in SCC120/SCC190 kit
and in ScopeMeter “S”
versions
Supported instruments
Full support for Fluke 199C, 199B, 199, 196C, 196B,
196, 192B, 192, 125, 124, 123
ScopeMeter 190C/190B Series, 120 Series and the NEW ScopeMeter 125
Fluke Corporation Selection guide
Color ScopeMeter 190C Series
ScopeMeter 190B Series
ScopeMeter 120 Series
Fluke 199C Fluke 196C Fluke 199B Fluke 196B Fluke 192B Fluke 125 Fluke 124 Fluke 123
Bandwidth 200 MHz
100 MHz
200 MHz
100 MHz
60 MHz
40 MHz
40 MHz
20 MHz
Max real time sample rate
2.5 GS/s
1 GS/s
2.5 GS/s
1 GS/s 500 MS/s
25 MS/s
25 MS/s
25 MS/s
Max equivalent time —
—
—
2.5 GS/s
2.5 GS/s 1.25 GS/s
—
—
sample rate
Display
14.4 cm full color LCD
14.4 cm monochrome LCD
10.2 cm monochrome LCD
Digital persistence
Yes, gives analog oscilloscope like
—
—
waveform decay (user selectable)
Envelope mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Waveform compare
Visual reference and automatic
Visual reference
—
‘Pass / Fail’ testing
Max record length
3000 points per input channel, allowing for high time resolution signal analysis using zoom
512 min/max points per input
in Scope Mode:
in ScopeRecord mode:
27,000 points per input or more (5 ms/div to 2 min/div)
Number of inputs
2 plus external/DMM input, all isolated from each other and from ground
2
Number of digitizers
2
2
Independently floating
Up
to
1000
V
between
inputs,
references
and
ground
—
isolated inputs
Input sensitivity
2 mV/div to 100 V/div
5 mV/div. to 100 V/div
5 mV/div to 500 V/div
Up to 3 ns using pulse width triggering; 50 µs peak detect at 5 ms/div to 1 min/div
40 ns
Glitch capture
Timebase range in 5 ns/div to 2 min/div
10 ns/div to
10 ns/div to
20 ns/div to
Scope mode
2 min/div
1 min/div
1 min/div
Connect-and-View™, Free Run,
Trigger types
Connect-and-View™, Free Run, Single Shot, Edge, Delay, Video Frame, Video Line
Selectable pulse width and external
Single Shot, Edge, Video
Dual Slope trigger and
—
Event trigger (n-cycle)
Scope measurements7 cursor measurements, 30 automatic measurements
As 124 +
cursors + 26
26 automatic
automatic
measurements
Automatic Vrms and watts
Power, VA, VAR, PF, RPM, measurements
measurement on cursor limited
—
Vpwm; THD
part of waveform
Bus health test function
—
For standard
—
industry buses
Waveform mathematics
A + B, A - B, A x B, A versus B (X-Y-mode, giving Lissajous diagrams)
Harmonics mode
—
+ Frequency Spectrum (FFT)
—
Power measurements
P (W), VA, VAR, PF
Power, VA, VAR,
—
PF, Vpwm
ScopeRecord trigger modes
Start on trigger, stop on trigger, stop in absence of trigger signal
—
Capture last 100 screens
Automatic, with replay capability
—
Dual input TrendPlot
Yes, with cursors and zoom
Yes, with cursors
Yes
Memory for screens and
10 screens with set-up;
20
10
set-ups
5 more memories are made available upon registration of the ScopeMeter
Memory for recordings
Two, each can store 100 scope screens, a ScopeRecord or a TrendPlot
True-rms multimeter
5000 counts, Volts, Amps, Ohms, Continuity, Diode, Temp
Dual fully featured 5000 counts DMM
Safety certified (EN61010-1)
1000 V CAT II / 600 V CAT III (instrument and included accessories)
600 V CAT III (instrument and included accessories)
Battery (installed)
4 hr Ni-MH (BP190MH)
7 hr Ni-MH (BP120MH)
Line Power
Adapter/battery-charger included (BC190)
Adapter/battery-charger included (PM8907)
Size
25.6 x 16.9 x 6.4 mm (10.1 x 6.7 x 2.5 in)
23.2 x 11.5 x 5.0 mm (9.2 x 4.5 x 2 in)
Weight
2 kg (4.4 lb)
1.2 kg (2.64 lbs)
PC and Printer Interface
Using optional optically insulated adapter/cable OC4USB (USB) or PM9080 (RS-232)
Warranty
Three-years on main instrument, one-year on the standard accessories
Detailed technical specifications, optional accessories and a virtual product demo can be found on the Fluke web site. Check it out at: www.fluke.com/scopemeter.
Ordering information
Fluke-199C/S Color ScopeMeter (200 MHz / 2.5 GS/s)
with SCC190 kit
Fluke-199C Color ScopeMeter (200 MHz / 2.5 GS/s)
Fluke-196C/S Color ScopeMeter (100 MHz / 1 GS/s)
with SCC190 kit
Fluke-196C Color ScopeMeter (100 MHz / 1 GS/s)
Fluke-199B/S ScopeMeter (200 MHz / 2.5 GS/s) with
SCC190 kit
Fluke-199B ScopeMeter (200 MHz / 2.5 GS/s)
Fluke-196B/S ScopeMeter (100 MHz / 1 GS/s) with
SCC190 kit
Fluke-196B ScopeMeter (100 MHz / 1 GS/s)
Fluke-192B/S ScopeMeter (60 MHz / 500 MS/s) with
SCC190 kit
Fluke-192B ScopeMeter (60 MHz / 500 MS/s)
Fluke-125/S Industrial ScopeMeter, 40 MHz, with
SCC120 kit
Fluke-125 Industrial ScopeMeter, 40 MHz
Fluke-124/S Industrial ScopeMeter, 40 MHz, with
SCC120 kit
Fluke-124 Industrial ScopeMeter, 40 MHz
Fluke-123/S Industrial ScopeMeter, 20 MHz, with
SCC120 kit
Fluke-123 Industrial ScopeMeter, 20 MHz
BP120MH
BP190
SW90W OC4USB
PM9080
SCC190
SCC120
C195
C190 C125
C120
DP120
VPS40
Rechargeable NiMH Battery for use with
Fluke 120 Series
Rechargeable NiMH Battery for use with
Fluke 190 Series
FlukeView ScopeMeter Software for
Windows
Optically isolated USB adapter/cable
Optically isolated RS232 adapter/cable
Software - Cable - Case kit for Fluke
190 Series
Software - Cable - Case kit for Fluke
120 Series
Durable, universal soft carrying case for
ScopeMeter Test Tools and accessories
Hard shell protective carrying case for
Fluke 190 Series
Durable, protective soft carrying case for
Fluke 120 Series
Hard shell protective carrying case for
Fluke 120 Series
Differential Voltage Probe for use with
Fluke 120 Series
40 MHz, 10:1 Voltage probe set for use
with Fluke 120 Series
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Web access: http://www.fluke.com
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
Trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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