USER MANUAL FLIR MODEL IM75 Insulation Tester

USER MANUAL
FLIR MODEL IM75
Insulation Tester / MultiMeter
Table of Contents
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DISCLAIMERS
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1.1 Copyright
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1.2 Quality Assurance
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1.3 Documentation
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1.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste
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SAFETY
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2.1 FCC Compliance
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2.2 Industry Canada Compliance
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INTRODUCTION
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3.1 Key Features
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METER DESCRIPTION
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4.1 Meter Sections
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4.2 Function Switch Positions
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4.3 Function Buttons, Selector Pad, and Rotary Switch
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4.3.1 Selector Pad
4.3.2 Rotary Switch
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4.4 Display Description
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4.5 Display Icons and Indicators
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OPERATION
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5.1 Powering the Meter
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5.1.1 Auto Power Off
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5.2 Manual AC/DC Selection
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5.3 Auto Range
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5.4 ‘Smart’ Out-of-Range Warnings
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5.5 Data Hold and Auto-Hold Modes
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5.5.1 Data Hold Mode
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5.6 Voltage Measurements
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5.7 Insulation Resistance Measurements
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5.7.1 PI/DAR Test
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5.8 Earth Bond Resistance Measurements (ZERO Ω)
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5.9 Continuity Test
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5.10 Diode Test
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5.11 Capacitance Measurements
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5.12 Extended Functionality
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5.12.1 Selecting Modes
5.12.2 VFD Mode (ACV only)
5.12.3 Frequency Mode (ACV only)
5.12.4 Pass/Fail Mode (COMPARE)
5.12.5 Setup Utility
5.12.6 Silent Mode
5.12.7 Data Recording Mode (99-point)
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5.13 Keypad Lockout
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5.14 Streaming Measurement Data using Bluetooth®
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5.14.1 General
5.14.2 Procedure for Camera pairing
5.14.3 Procedure for FLIR TOOLS App
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MAINTENANCE
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6.1 Cleaning and Storage
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6.2 Battery Replacement
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6.3 Fuse Replacement
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6.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste
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SPECIFICATIONS
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7.1 General specifications
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7.2 Electrical Range Specifications
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7.3 Input Specifications
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8.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
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9.
WARRANTIES
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9.1 FLIR Global Limited Lifetime Warranty
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9.2 FLIR Test and Measurement Limited 2 Year Warranty
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1. Disclaimers
1.1 Copyright
© 2014-2017, FLIR Systems, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. No parts of the software including
source code may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed or translated into any language or
computer language in any form or by any means, electronic, magnetic, optical, manual or
otherwise, without the prior written permission of FLIR Systems.
The documentation must not, in whole or part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or
transmitted to any electronic medium or machine readable form without prior consent, in writing,
from FLIR Systems.
Names and marks appearing on the products herein are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of FLIR Systems and/or its subsidiaries. All other trademarks, trade names or company
names referenced herein are used for identification only and are the property of their respective
owners.
1.2 Quality Assurance
The Quality Management System under which these products are developed and manufactured
has been certified in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard.
FLIR Systems is committed to a policy of continuous development; therefore, we reserve the right
to make changes and improvements on any of the products without prior notice.
1.3 Documentation
To access the latest manuals and notifications, go to the Download tab at: http://support.flir.com.
It only takes a few minutes to register online. In the download area you will also find the latest
releases of manuals for our other products, as well as manuals for our historical and obsolete
products.
1.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste
As with most electronic products, this equipment must be disposed of in an
environmentally friendly way, and in accordance with existing regulations for
electronic waste.
Please contact your FLIR Systems representative for more details.
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2. Safety
Safety Notes
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Before operating the device, you must read, understand, and follow all instructions, dangers,
warnings, cautions, and notes.
FLIR Systems reserves the right to discontinue models, parts or accessories, and other items, or to
change specifications at any time without prior notice.
Remove the batteries if the device is not used for an extended period of time.
Warning Statements
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Do not operate the device if you do not have the correct knowledge. Formal qualifications and/or
national legislation for the electrical inspections can apply. Incorrect operation of the device can
cause damage, shock, injury or death to persons.
Do not start the measuring procedure before you have set the function switch to the correct
position. This can cause damage to the instrument and can cause injury to persons.
Do not change to resistance when you measure the voltage. This can cause damage to the
instrument and can cause injury to persons.
You must disconnect the test leads from the circuit that you did a test on before you change the
range. If you do not do this, damage to the instrument and injury to persons can occur.
Do not replace the batteries before you remove the test leads. This can cause damage to the
instrument and can cause injury to persons.
Do not use the device if the test leads and/or the device show signs of damage. Injury to persons
can occur.
Be careful when you do the measurements if the voltages are more than 25 VAC rms or 35 VDC.
There is a risk of shock from these voltages. Injury to persons can occur.
Do not do diode, resistance or continuity tests before you have removed the power from
capacitors and other devices under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur.
Do not use the device as a tool to identify live terminals. You must use the correct tools. Injury to
persons can occur if you do not use the correct tools.
Make sure that children cannot touch the device. The device contains dangerous objects and small
parts that children can swallow. If a child swallows an object or a part, speak with a physician
immediately. Injury to persons can occur.
Do not let children play with the batteries and/or the packing material. These can be dangerous
for children if they use them as toys.
Do not touch expired or damaged batteries without gloves. Injury to persons can occur.
Do not cause a short-circuit of the batteries. This can cause damage to the instrument and can
cause injury to persons.
Do not put the batteries into a fire. Injury to persons can occur.
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Cautions
Do not use the device for a procedure that it is not made for. This can cause damage to the
protection.
This symbol, adjacent to another symbol or terminal, indicates that the user
must refer to the manual for further information.
This symbol, adjacent to a terminal, indicates that, under normal use,
hazardous voltages may be present.
Double insulation.
UL listing is not an indication or a verification of the accuracy of the meter
2.1 FCC Compliance
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
2.2 Industry Canada Compliance
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to
the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
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3. Introduction
Thank you for selecting the FLIR IM75 Insulation MultiMeter. This device is shipped fully tested and
calibrated and, with proper use, will provide years of reliable service.
3.1 Key Features
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4000 count extra-large digital dual display with backlighting
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Auto Range with smart over-range indication
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Auto Hold and Standard Data Hold features
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On-screen menu selection and navigator key drive
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Variable-frequency drive mode (low-pass filter)
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Front panel insulation resistance test voltage selector
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COMPARE feature with front panel color coded PASS/FAIL LED indication
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0.1% DCV accuracy
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99-record data record/recall memory
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High power built-in work lights
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Bluetooth® interface
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Safety Category Rating: CAT IV-600V, CAT III-1000V
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4. Meter Description
4.1 Meter Sections
1.
Courtesy Work lights
2.
LCD Display
3.
Pass-Fail (green/red) LED
4.
Rotary Function Switch
5.
Function Buttons (detailed below)
6.
Positive (+) probe input jack for Voltage,
Capacitance, Diode, & Continuity
7.
COM ( negative - ) probe input jack
8.
Positive (+) probe input jack for insulation
resistance and earth bond resistance
Fig 4-1 Front View
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Courtesy Work Lights
Test Probe Holders
Tilt Stand
Battery and Fuse Access
Fig 4-2 Rear View
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4.2 Function Switch Positions
The meter is switched OFF and in full power-saving mode.
OFF
The meter can measure voltage (V) through the probe inputs.
The meter can measure capacitance, diode polarity or continuity through
the probe inputs. The type of measurement is chosen by the MODE button.
Earth Bond Resistance testing mode.
ZERO Ω
50V, 100V, 250V, 500V, 1KV: Insulation resistance test voltage selections
4.3 Function Buttons, Selector Pad, and Rotary Switch
MODE
 Use this button to change the operating mode of the meter (ex: AC vs. DC)
 Also selects Insulation Resistance values to compare for PASS/FAIL testing
HOLD
Press to HOLD readings on the display during normal DMM measuring modes
(see Section 5.5 Data Hold and Auto-Hold Modes). Press and hold for Keypad
lockout mode (see Section 5.13 Keypad Lockout).
In INSULATION TESTING MODE this button will serve to enable the test lock
function for continuous insulation resistance testing. See Section 5.7 Insulation
Resistance Measurements for further information.
Use this Selector Pad to start/stop Insulation Resistance Tests, to enable
extended functionality modes, and to navigate mode menu options. Further
details provided in Section 4.3.1 Selector Pad
The Rotary Switch is used to select a measurement function. Details are
provided in Section 4.3.2 Rotary Switch
Press this button to exit an extended functionality mode.
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Press this button to enable/disable the display backlight.
Press and hold the button for 2 seconds to enable/disable the
work light.
Press to enable/disable METERLiNK® (Bluetooth) communication, see
section 5.14 Streaming measurement data using Bluetooth®
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4.3.1 Selector Pad
There are five (5) ‘soft’ function buttons arranged in a square, as shown below. The functions
change depending on the sub-function chosen at the time. Generally the arrow buttons are
used for navigation and the TEST-OK button is used for selecting an object or starting a test.
Detailed information below:
Fig
4-3Selector
SelectorPad
Pad
IM75
Pressing the TEST OK button selects a menu-driven option. The TEST OK button is also used to
enter the sub-menus for selection screens.
NOTE: When in INSULATION TESTING MODE pressing and holding TEST-OK outputs a test
voltage (until the button is manually released). In Test Lock mode this button (used in
conjunction with the HOLD/LOCK button) is used to Start and Stop continuous Insulation
Resistance tests. See Section 5. Insulation Resistance Measurements for further details. Do not
confuse the Insulation Resistance test lock feature with the Keypad Lockout feature (section
5.13).
The LEFT () button scrolls to previous choices in the current level of the menu. When
reaching the start of a group of selections, further presses of the LEFT button wraps to the
end of the list.
The RIGHT () button scrolls to next choices in the current level of the menu. When reaching
the end of a group of selections, further presses of the RIGHT button wraps to the start of the
list.
The UP () button scrolls to previous selectable options in the current level of the menu.
When reaching the start of a group of selections, further presses of the UP button are ignored.
The DOWN () button scrolls to previous selectable options in the current level of the menu.
When reaching the end of a group of selections, further presses of the DOWN button are
ignored.
4.3.2 Rotary Switch
There are nine (9) dedicated Rotary Switch positions:
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OFF: The meter is switched OFF.
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AC/DC VOLTAGE: The meter can measure voltage through the probe inputs. The type of
measurement (AC/DC) is chosen by the MODE button. The default measurement is AC
voltage.
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CAPACITANCE/DIODE/CONTINUITY: The meter can measure capacitance, diode polarity
or continuity through the probe inputs. The type of measurement is chosen by the MODE
button.
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Zero Ω: The meter can measure earth-bond resistance, through the probe inputs. The
measurement unit is Ohms (Ω).
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50V: The meter can source a 50VDC TEST Voltage and measure Insulation Resistance
through the Zero Ω/Insulation and COM probe inputs.
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100V: The meter can source a 100VDC TEST Voltage and measure Insulation Resistance
through the Zero Ω/Insulation and COM probe inputs.
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250V: The meter can source a 250VDC TEST Voltage and measure Insulation Resistance
through the Zero Ω/Insulation and COM probe inputs.
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500V: The meter can source 500VDC TEST Voltage and measure Insulation Resistance
through the Zero Ω/Insulation and COM probe inputs.
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1000V: The meter can source 1000VDC TEST Voltage and measure Insulation Resistance
through the Zero Ω/Insulation and COM probe inputs.
4.4 Display Description
Fig 4-4 Display snapshot
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Main display area
Secondary display area
Bar graph (matches the reading on the main display)
Modes of operation (detailed later in this guide)
Units of measure for primary and secondary displays
Alerts and status icons (detailed below)
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4.5 Display Icons and Indicators
Indicates that Bluetooth® communication is active
TEST
Indicates an Insulation Test in progress and test voltage is present
Indicates that the measured voltage is greater than 30 V (AC or DC)
H
Indicates that the meter is in Hold mode (solid H) or auto hold (flashing H)
Indicates that the meter is in locked mode
Memory icon shown with the active memory location (1-99)
Indicates the battery voltage status
APO
Indicates that the auto power off function is enabled
Indicates that the meter is measuring AC voltage
Indicates that the meter is measuring DC voltage
Analog bar graph
VFD (variable frequency drive) mode icon
Frequency mode icon
Earth Bond Resistance icon
INSUL
Insulation Resistance icon
COMP
Compare (Pass/Fail) icon
PI
DAR
Polarization Index icon
Dielectric Absorption Ratio icon
Settings mode icon
Silent mode icon
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5. Operation
Note: Before operating the device, you must read, understand, and follow all instructions, dangers,
warnings, cautions, and notes.
Note: When the meter is not in use, the function switch should be set to the OFF position.
Note: When connecting the probe leads to the device under test, connect the COM (negative) lead
before connecting the positive lead. When removing the probe leads, remove the positive lead
before removing the COM (negative) lead.
5.1 Powering the Meter
1. Set the function switch to any position to switch on the meter.
2. If the battery indicator
shows that the battery voltage is low or if the meter does not power
on, replace the battery. See section 6.2 Battery Replacement.
5.1.1 Auto Power Off
The meter enters sleep mode after 30 minutes of inactivity. The meter beeps three times 20
seconds before powering off. Press any button or turn the Rotary Switch to prevent the meter
from powering off. The auto power off time-out is then reset. To disable auto power off (APO)
press the MODE button while turning on the meter. To change the APO time, read section
5.12.6 Setup Utility
5.2 Manual AC/DC Selection
When measuring voltage, press the MODE button to select AC or DC voltage.
5.3 Auto Range
Auto-Range is the only mode of operation for Capacitance; ranges are automatically selected by
the meter. Insulation and Earth Bond Resistance tests allow for voltage test selection using the
rotary switch.
5.4 ‘Smart’ Out-of-Range Warnings
If the input is over/under the full-scale range, the display will show >x or <x, where x is the high or
low end of the full-scale range.
5.5 Data Hold and Auto-Hold Modes
These two modes are discussed in detail below. In the Settings menu, if Auto-Hold is set to OFF, the
meter will operate in the standard Hold mode. If Auto-Hold is set to ON in the settings menu, the
meter will operate in the Auto-Hold mode.
5.5.1 Data Hold Mode
In Data Hold mode, press the HOLD button to capture the measurement that is shown on the
main display. The captured reading will be displayed in the secondary, upper display area (the
main display will then function normally). The ‘H’ display icon will appear solid on the LCD in
the Hold mode. To exit the Hold mode, press the HOLD button again.
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5.5.2 Auto-Hold mode
If Auto-Hold mode is switched ON in the settings menu, press the HOLD button to activate
Auto-Hold mode (the ‘H’ display icon will appear flashing). In Auto-Hold mode readings are
captured in the say way as in standard Hold mode. The difference is that the captured
reading, displayed on the smaller, secondary display digits, will update whenever a reading 50
units higher or lower than the captured reading is measured. To exit the Auto-Hold mode
press the HOLD button.
5.6 Voltage Measurements
1. Set the function switch to the position.
2. Insert the black probe lead into the COM terminal and red probe lead into the V terminal.
3. Use the MODE button to select AC or DC voltage measurements.
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indicator will be displayed for AC measurements.
 The
indicator will be displayed for DC measurements.
4. Connect the probe leads in parallel to the part under test
5. Read the voltage value on the display
5.7 Insulation Resistance Measurements
1. Use the rotary switch to select the insulation voltage (50V, 100V, 250V, 500V, or 1kV).
2. Insert the black probe lead into the COM terminal and red probe lead into the Insulation
terminal.
3. Select INSUL to enable the Insulation Resistance Function mode as described in section 5.12.1
Selecting modes.
4. During the Test, the insulation voltage will appear in the secondary (upper) reading area. The
resistance will be shown in the main reading area.
5. Press TEST OK to start test.
6. To lock the test for continuous testing, press the HOLD/LOCK button (lock icon will appear) and
then press TEST OK to test continuously.
7. The TEST icon on the LCD will be shown while the voltage is outputted.
8. Press TEST OK again to stop the test
NOTE: The 99-point Data Record memory function cannot be activated in the usual way while
using the Insulation Resistance function (since the TEST OK button is used for testing in this
case and not for saving readings). The last reading, however, is held on the display and can then
be saved in the normal way as described in the Extended Functionality section below under
Section 5.12.7 Data Record Mode.
5.7.1 PI/DAR Test
Note: PI (Polarization Index); DAR (Dielectric Absorption Ratio)
1. Select the PI or DAR test as described in section 5.12.1 Selecting modes.
2. Press the TEST OK button to test.
3. Press the MODE button to show the test time at the upper reading area. (LCD will show
CLOCK icon and the elapsed time). PI is a ten-minute test and DAR is a one-minute test.
4. The test will stop automatically and the result (ratio) will be shown on the main display
area. The PASS/FAIL LED will indicate the test result (Green for PASS, and Red for FAIL).
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5.8 Earth Bond Resistance Measurements (ZERO Ω)
1. Move the function dial to the Earth-bond resistance position (ZERO Ω); the Earth-bond
resistance icon
will appear.
2. Insert the black probe lead into the COM terminal and red probe lead into the
ZERO/Ohm/Insulation terminal.
3. Before testing, short the ends of the probes and press the MODE button. The ZERO icon will
appear on the display and the offset value will be stored. If the test leads are not shorted or if
there is residual resistance, the display will show the > 2.00 ohms (this indication could be due
to faulty leads, improper test lead insertion, or meter problem. Tests should not be attempted
until root cause of the high resistance is determined.
4. Connect the test leads to the Device under test.
5. Press TEST OK to run a test.
6. To lock the test ON, press the HOLD/LOCK button (the LOCK icon
will appear) and then
press TEST OK to test continuously.
7. Press TEST OK again to stop the test.
8. Note that the Earth Bond Resistance Measurement mode can also be used to measure
standard resistance to 40kohms
NOTE: The 99-point Data Record memory function cannot be activated in the usual way while
using the Earth Bond Resistance function (since the TEST OK button is used for testing in this
case and not for saving readings). The last reading, however, is held on the display and can then
be saved as described in the Extended Functionality section below under Section 5.12.7 Data
Recording Mode.
5.9 Continuity Test
Warning: Do not do diode, resistance or continuity tests before removing the power from
capacitors and other devices under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur.
9. Set the function switch to the
position.
10. Insert the black probe lead into the COM terminal and red probe lead into the V terminal.
11. Use the MODE button to select continuity measurement. The
indicator will be displayed.
12. Insert the black probe lead into the COM (negative) terminal and the red probe lead into the
positive terminal.
13. Touch the tips of the probe across the circuit or component under test.
14. If the resistance is 30 ± 5 Ω (nominal) or less, the meter will beep.
Note: This threshold is user selectable in the SET UP menu under the Cntin (continuity) setting:
Range: 10-50 Ω; Increment: 1; Default: 30 Ω.
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5.10 Diode Test
Warning: Do not do diode, resistance or continuity tests before you have removed the power from
capacitors and other devices under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur.
1. Set the function switch to the
position.
2. Use the MODE button to select the diode test function. The
indicator will be displayed.
3. Insert the black probe lead into the COM (negative) terminal and the red probe lead into the
positive V terminal.
4. Touch the tips of the probe across the diode or semiconductor junction under test. Make a
note of the value on the display.
5. Reverse the polarity of the probes, by interchanging the probe test locations.
6. Touch the tips of the probe across the diode or semiconductor junction under test. Make a
note of the new value on the display
7. The diode or semiconductor junction can be evaluated as follows:
If one of the readings displays a value (Typically 0.400 to 0.900V) and the other reading displays
a value (-0.400 to -0.900V), the component is good.
If both readings display OL, the component is either open or shorted.
Use Continuity mode to determine if it is open or shorted.
5.11 Capacitance Measurements
Warning: Do not do capacitance tests before removing the power to the capacitor or other devices
under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur.
1. Set the function switch to the
position.
2. Use the MODE button to select the capacitance measurement. The F (Farad) unit will be
displayed.
3. Insert the black probe lead into the COM (negative) terminal and the red probe lead into the
positive terminal.
4. Touch the tips of the probe across the part under test.
5. Read the capacitance value on the display.
Note: For very large capacitance values, it may take several seconds for the measurement to
settle and the final reading to stabilize.
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5.12 Extended Functionality
A variety of modes are available that provide extended functionality as detailed below.
5.12.1 Selecting Modes
The mode icons applicable for the selected measurement type are displayed in the lower part
of the display. When a mode is enabled, the icon is framed.
Fig 5-1 Mode Icons
Use the left/right arrow buttons to navigate to the desired mode icon. The currently selected
icon will flash.
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2.
Press the TEST OK button to enable the selected (flashing) mode.
Use the up/down arrow buttons to step through the mode options (if any). Refer to
the section related to the specific mode for detailed instructions.
3.
Press the TEST OK button to disable the selected (flashing) mode.
5.12.2 VFD Mode (ACV only)
In VFD (variable-frequency drive) mode, high-frequency noise is eliminated from the voltage
measurement through the use of a low-pass filter. VFD mode is available when measuring
ACV.
1. Select
and then press the TEST OK button to enable the selected (flashing) mode.
5.12.3 Frequency Mode (ACV only)
In Frequency mode, the frequency is displayed in the main display and the period is displayed
in the secondary display. Frequency mode is available when measuring AC voltage.
1. Select
and enable Frequency mode as described in section 5.12.1, Selecting modes.
5.12.4 Pass/Fail Mode (COMPARE)
1. Select the desired insulation voltage value using the rotary switch.
2. Select COMP and enable the Pass/Fail Function mode as described in section 5.12.1
Selecting modes.
3. Use the MODE button to select the resistance value to compare. (There are resistance
value segments and a COMPARE icon on the LCD, the resistance value options are
100kohm, 200kohm, 500kohm, 1Mohm, 2Mohm, 5Mohm, 10Mohm, 20Mohm, 50Mohm)
4. Press TEST to start the process.
5. Observe the green light / red light for PASS / FAIL indication.
5.12.5 Setup Utility
In Setup, define the settings for various meter options:
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Auto power off (indicated by the text APO): A mode where the time period after
which the meter enters sleep mode can be set. The range is 1 to 30 minutes, or OFF.
The factory default is 10 minutes.
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Auto backlight off (indicated by the text b.Lit): A mode where the time period after
which the backlight turns off can be set. The range is 1 to 30 minutes, or OFF. The
factory default is 5 minutes.
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Continuity threshold (indicated by the text Cntin): A mode where the threshold for
continuity tests can be set.
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Auto hold (indicated by the text A.Hold): Select Auto hold mode ON (Auto hold mode
active) or OFF (Data hold mode active). For more information, see section 5.5 Data
hold mode and Auto hold mode.
1. Select
and enable Setup mode as described in section 5.12.1 Selecting modes.
2. Use the up/down arrows button to cycle through the mode options APO, b.Lit, Cntin,
A.Hold, and RESET shown on the secondary display.
3. Press the TEST OK button to activate the displayed option.
 APO: Use the left/right arrow buttons to change the auto power off time.
 b.Lit: Use the left/right arrow buttons to change the auto backlight off time.
 A.Hold: Use the left/right arrow buttons to configure auto hold/data hold. On indicates
that the auto hold mode is active. Off indicates that the data hold mode is active.
 Cntin: Use the left/right arrow buttons to change the continuity threshold.
 RESET: Press the TEST OK button to reset the settings to the factory default.
5.12.6 Silent Mode
In Silent mode, the alert beeper is disabled. Silent mode does not affect the continuity beeper.
Select and enable Silent mode
as described in section 5.12.1 Selecting modes.
5.12.7 Data Recording Mode (99-point)
The meter has 99 memory locations for the storage of measurement data.
Select and enable MEM mode
as described in section 5.12.1 Selecting modes.
Use the arrow keys to cycle through the mode options: SAVE, LOAD, and CLEAR shown on the
secondary display.
SAVE: The data on the main display is saved to a memory location indicated by the ‘88’ in the
upper display area.
LOAD: The data stored in the memory location (identified by the ‘88’ indicator) is displayed.
Use arrow keys to scroll the memory locations. Use the
button to exit the LOAD mode.
CLEAR: The data in all memory locations is erased.
5.13 Keypad Lockout
In Lockout mode the meter ignores all button presses except HOLD. The auto power off function,
see section 5.1.1 Auto Power off, is disabled in Lockout mode.
Press and hold the HOLD/LOCK button for 3 seconds to enter/exit the lockout mode. In lockout
mode, the lock indicator is displayed. Do not confuse Lockout mode with the test lock feature used
for continuous Insulation Resistance testing (see Section 5.7 Insulation Resistance Measurements).
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5.14 Streaming Measurement Data using Bluetooth®
5.14.1 General
Some IR cameras from FLIR Systems support Bluetooth communication, and to those cameras
you can stream measurement data from the meter. The data is then merged into the resultant
table in the IR image. This is further facilitated through a FLIR software tool known as
METERLiNK®. To stream data to an iOS/Android device, download the application FLIR
TOOLSTM and follow the application on-screen prompts.
Streaming measurement data is a convenient way to add important information to an IR image.
For example, when identifying an overheated cable connection, you may want to know its
voltage. The Bluetooth range is 10m (32ft) maximum.
5.14.2 Procedure for Camera pairing
1.
Turn on the camera and then turn on the meter.
2.
Press the
button on the meter to enable Bluetooth. The Bluetooth icon will appear
flashing in the upper left hand corner of the meter display.
Pair the IR camera with the instrument. Refer to the camera manual for information on
how to pair Bluetooth devices.
Choose the variable that you want to use (voltage, bond resistance, etc.). Results from
the meter will now automatically be displayed in the resultant table in the top left
corner of the IR camera screen.
3.
4.
5.14.3 Procedure for FLIR TOOLS App
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Power up the tablet, smartphone or computer and start the FLIR TOOLS App.
Turn the meter on and set the rotary switch to the desired setting position.
On the meter, press the Bluetooth button.
Pair the meter with your FLIR TOOLS app under ‘Instruments’.
Switch the FLIR TOOLS App to view Measurements.
Connect the meter to the circuit under test.
The measurements will be visible on the FLIR TOOLS App. *
* Review the FLIR TOOLS App help for more information
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6. Maintenance
6.1 Cleaning and Storage
Clean the meter with a damp cloth and mild detergent; do not use abrasives or solvents.
If the meter is not to be used for an extended period, remove the batteries and store them
separately.
6.2 Battery Replacement
The Battery symbol flashes with no ‘bars’ when the batteries have reached a critical level of 7.0V.
The symbol stays active and visible while the LCD is powered.
The meter displays readings within specifications while the low battery indicator is on. When this is
no longer possible, the display must be blanked. The meter powers off before it displays an out of
tolerance voltage.
1.
2.
3.
4.
To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the meter if connected to a circuit, remove the probe
from the terminals, and set the function switch to the OFF position before attempting to
replace the batteries.
Unscrew and remove the battery compartment cover.
Replace the six standard AAA batteries, observing correct polarity.
Secure the battery compartment cover.
6.3 Fuse Replacement
The fuse accessed via the battery compartment cover. The fuse is rated 440mA/1000V, ceramic
fast blow with a minimum Interrupt Rating of 10kA.
6.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste
As with most electronic products, this equipment must be disposed of in an
environmentally friendly way, and in accordance with existing regulations for
electronic waste. Please contact your FLIR Systems representative for more details.
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7. Specifications
7.1 General specifications
Display
4,000-count with bar graph
9-position rotary switch
4-way Selector Pad with center OK/TEST button
Controls
LED: Pass (Green), Fail (Red)
(5) dedicated function buttons: Mode, Cancel, Hold/Lock,
Bluetooth, Backlight
Backlight
White LED
Work Lights
White LED array
Measurement Rate
2 samples per second, nominal
Display Rate
2 times per second
Input Impedance
3MΩ VDC/VAC <100pF,
AC Voltage Bandwidth
50Hz – 500Hz
Power Supply
Battery Life Considerations
Auto Power Off (APO)
6 x ‘AAA’ (LR03) batteries
The meter can perform 1200 Earth-Bond resistance
measurements with new alkaline batteries. These are
standard tests of 1Ω with a duty cycle of 5 seconds ON and
25 seconds OFF.
Insulation Resistance: The meter can perform 300 Insulation
Resistance tests with new alkaline batteries. These are
standard tests of 1MΩ with a duty cycle of 5 seconds ON and
25 seconds OFF. This does not include Bluetooth or Backlight
use.
User programmable OFF to 30 minutes in 1 minute
increments, with audible pre-alert (20 seconds)
Measurement Types
True RMS AC Volts, DC Volts, Earth Bond Resistance,
Insulation Resistance, Capacitance, Diode, and Continuity
Over-current Protection (fuse)
440mA/1000V, ceramic fast blow fuse with a minimum
Interrupt Rating of 10kA
PI (Polarization Index) = R10-min/R1-min
DAR (Dielectric Absorption Rations)=R1-min/R30-sec
Polarization Index and Dielectric
Absorption Ratio Tests
Where R10-min: The insulation resistance measured at the 10
minute point after pressing the TEST button.
R1-min: The insulation resistance measured at the 1 minute point
after pressing the TEST button.
R30-sec: The insulation resistance measured at the 30 second point
after pressing the TEST button.
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Other Indications
Progressive Low Battery, Over Range
Internal Memory
(99) storage locations
Operating Temperature
32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
Storage Temperature
-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Operating Humidity
Max 80% up to 95°F (35°C) decreasing linearly to 60% at
113°F (45°C)
Storage Humidity
80% maximum
Indoor use only
Altitude
6561’ (2000m)
Dimensions
3.7” x 8.1” x 2.0” (95mm x 207mm x 52mm)
Weight
1.4lb (630g), including batteries
Agency Approvals
FCC Class B, CE, UL/CSA, EN61557
7.2 Electrical Range Specifications
Note: Accuracy is stated at 65°F to 83°F (18°C to 28°C and less than 75% RH)
Function
DC Voltage
Range
Resolution Accuracy of Reading
1000.0V
0.1V
± (0.1% + 5 digits)
1000.0V
0.1V
50Hz – 60Hz ± (1.5% +5 digits);
61Hz – 500Hz ± (2.0% + 5 digits);
1000.0V
0.1V
50Hz – 60Hz ± (1.5% +5 digits);
61Hz – 500Hz ± (5.0% + 5 digits);
AC Voltage
VFD AC Voltage
Notes:
1. Measurement start-voltage: <50V for VAC (add 20 digits for accuracy)
2. VFD/LPF Cutoff = 800Hz (-3dB point)
3. Input Impedance 3MΩ// less than 100pF
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Function
Range
Resolution Accuracy of Reading
Earth-Bond
Resistance
40.00 Ω
0.01Ω
± (1.5% + 5 digits)*
400.0 Ω
4000Ω
40.00kΩ
0.1Ω
1Ω
0.01KΩ
± (1.5% + 3 digits)
Notes:
1. * ≤ 1.00Ω add 3 digits.
2. Open Circuit Test Voltage: >4.0V, <8V
3. Short Circuit Current ≥ 200.0mA
4. Live Circuit Detection if Greater than or equal to 2V @AC/DC Inputs test inhibited
The top LCD will display the actual live voltage sensed.
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Function
Range
Resolution Accuracy of Reading
Continuity
400.0Ω
0.1 Ω
± (0.5% + 2 digits)
Diode
2.000V
0.001V
± (1.5% + 2 digits)
Notes:
Continuity: Built-in buzzer sounds when measured resistance threshold is met (adjustable from 10Ω to 50Ω,
default is 30Ω).
Continuity MAX Test Current: 1mA
Continuity MAX Open Circuit Voltage >3.0V
Diode MAX Test Current: 1mA
Diode MAX Open Circuit Voltage: 3.0V
Overload Protection: 1000V AC rms or DC
Function
Capacitance
Range
Resolution
Accuracy of Reading
1000 µF
1µF
± (1.2% + 2 digits)
10.00mF
0.01mF
± (1.2% + 20 digits)
Notes: 1. Overload Protection: 1000V AC rms or DC
Function
Frequency (ACV)
Range
Resolution Accuracy of Reading
400.0Hz
0.1Hz
± 5 digits
4.000kHz
0.001kHz
± 5 digits
40.00kHz
0.01kHz
± 5 digits
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Function
Resistance Range Resolution
Accuracy of Reading
Insulation
Resistance
4.000MΩ
40.00 MΩ
0.001MΩ
0.01MΩ
± (1.5% + 5 digits)
400.0MΩ
4000 MΩ
0.1MΩ
1MΩ
± (3.0% + 5 digits)
4.1GΩ-20.0GΩ
0.1GΩ
± (10.0% + 3 digits)
Test voltages
Min. Resistance
Max. Resistance
50V
50kΩ
50.0MΩ
100V
100kΩ
100.0MΩ
250V
250kΩ
250.0MΩ
500V
500kΩ
500.0MΩ
1000V
1MΩ
20GΩ
Notes:
1. Test Current = 1 mA
2. Test Voltage Accuracy = 0%, +20% Short Circuit Test Current = 1mA (nominal)
3. Auto Discharge Function: Discharge time <1 second for Cap. <1µF
4. Max. Capacitive Load: Operable with up to 1µF load.
5. Live Circuit Detection: If >2V AC/DC detected test inhibited
The top LCD will display the actual live voltage sensed.
7.3 Input Specifications
Function
Maximum Input
AC Voltage, DC Voltage
1000V DC/AC
Insulation Test
No LIVE Voltage IN - Protected
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8. Technical Support
Main Website
http://www.flir.com/test
Technical Support Website
http://support.flir.com
Technical support Email
TMSupport@flir.com
Service/Repair Service Email
Repair@flir.com
Support Telephone number
+1 855-499-3662 (toll-free)
9. Warranties
9.1 FLIR Global Limited Lifetime Warranty
A qualifying FLIR Test and Measurement product (the “Product”) purchased either directly from FLIR Commercial Systems Inc
and affiliates (FLIR) or from an authorized FLIR distributor or reseller that Purchaser registers on-line with FLIR is eligible for
coverage under FLIR’s Limited Lifetime Warranty, subject to the terms and conditions in this document. This warranty only
applies to purchases of Qualifying Products (see below) purchased and manufactured after April 1, 2013.
PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY; IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCTS THAT QUALIFY
FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY, PURCHASER’S OBLIGATIONS, HOW TO ACTIVATE THE WARRANTY,
WARRANTY COVERAGE, AND OTHER IMPORTANT TERMS, CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS.
1. PRODUCT REGISTRATION. To qualify for FLIR’s Limited Lifetime Warranty, Purchaser must fully register the Product directly
with FLIR on-line at http://www.flir.com within Sixty (60) DAYS of the date the Product was purchased by the first retail
customer (the “Purchase Date”). Qualifying PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT REGISTERED ON-LINE WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF THE
PURCHASE DATE WILL HAVE A LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY FROM DATE OF PURCHASE.
2. QUALIFYING PRODUCTS. Upon registration, Test and Measurement products that qualify for coverage under FLIR’s Limited
Lifetime Warranty are: MR7x, CM7x, CM8x, DM9x, IM7x and VP5x not including accessories which may have their own
warranty.
3. WARRANTY PERIODS. For purposes of the The Limited Lifetime Warranty, Lifetime is defined as seven years (7) after the
product is no longer manufactured, or ten years (10) from date of purchase, whichever is greater. This Warranty is only
applicable to the original owner of the Products.
Any Product that is repaired or replaced under warranty is covered under this Limited Lifetime Warranty for one hundred
eighty days (180) days from the date of return shipment by FLIR or for the remaining duration of the applicable Warranty
Period, whichever is longer.
4. LIMITED WARRANTY. In accordance with the terms and conditions of this Limited Lifetime Warranty, and except as excluded
or disclaimed in this document, FLIR warrants, from the Purchase Date, that all fully registered Products will conform to FLIR’s
published Product specifications and be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the applicable Warranty Period.
PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY, AT FLIR’S SOLE DISCRETION, IS THE REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS IN A MANNER, AND BY A SERVICE CENTER, AUTHORIZED BY FLIR. IF THIS REMEDY IS
ADJUDICATED TO BE INSUFFICIENT, FLIR SHALL REFUND PURCHASER’S PAID PURCHASE PRICE AND HAVE NO OTHER
OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY TO BUYER WHATSOEVER.
5. WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS. FLIR MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE
PRODUCTS. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE (EVEN IF PURCHASER HAS NOTIFIED FLIR OF ITS INTENDED USE FOR
THE PRODUCTS), AND NON-INFRINGEMENT ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED FROM THIS AGREEMENT.
THIS WARRANTY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDES ROUTINE PRODUCT MAINTENANCE, SOFTWARE UPDATES, AND REPLACEMENT OF
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MANUALS, FUSES, OR DISPOSABLE BATTERIES. FLIR FURTHER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY COVERAGE WHERE THE
ALLEGED NONCONFORMITY IS DUE TO NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR, OTHER ALTERATION, MODIFICATION, REPAIR, ATTEMPTED
REPAIR, IMPROPER USE, IMPROPER MAINTENANCE, NEGLECT, ABUSE, IMPROPER STORAGE, FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY
PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS, DAMAGE (WHETHER CAUSED BY ACCIDENT OR OTHERWISE), OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CARE OR
HANDING OF THE PRODUCTS CAUSED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN FLIR OR FLIR’S EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED DESIGNEE.
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS THE ENTIRE WARRANTY AGREEMENT BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR AND SUPERSEDES ALL
PRIOR WARRANTY NEGOTIATIONS, AGREEMENTS, PROMISES AND UNDERSTANDINGS BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR. THIS
WARRANTY MAY NOT BE ALTERED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF FLIR.
6. WARRANTY RETURN, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. To be eligible for warranty repair or replacement, Purchaser must notify
FLIR within thirty (30) days of discovering of any apparent defect in materials or workmanship. Before Purchaser may return a
Product for warranty service or repair, Purchaser must first obtain a returned material authorization (RMA) number from FLIR.
To obtain the RMA number Owner must provide an original proof of purchase. For additional information, to notify FLIR of an
apparent defect in materials or workmanship, or to request an RMA number, visit http://www.flir.com. Purchaser is solely
responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging the
Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. FLIR will pay for returning to Purchaser any Product that
FLIR repairs or replaces under warranty.
FLIR reserves the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether a returned Product is covered under Warranty. If FLIR
determines that any returned Product is not covered under Warranty or is otherwise excluded from Warranty coverage, FLIR
may charge Purchaser a reasonable handling fee and return the Product to Purchaser, at Purchaser’s expense, or offer
Purchaser the option of handling the Product as a non-warranty return.
7. NON-WARRANTY RETURN. Purchaser may request that FLIR evaluate and service or repair a Product not covered under
warranty, which FLIR may agree to do in its sole discretion. Before Purchaser returns a Product for non-warranty evaluation and
repair, Purchaser must contact FLIR by visiting http://www.flir.com to request an evaluation and obtain an RMA. Purchaser is
solely responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging
the Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. Upon receipt of an authorized non-warranty return,
FLIR will evaluate the Product and contact Purchaser regarding the feasibility of and the costs and fees associated with
Purchaser’s request. Purchaser is responsible for the reasonable cost of FLIR’s evaluation, for the cost of any repairs or services
authorized by Purchaser, and for the cost of repackaging and returning the Product to Purchaser.
Any non-warranty repair of a Product is warranted for one hundred eighty days (180) days from the date of return shipment by
FLIR to be free from defects in materials and workmanship only, subject to all of the limitations, exclusions and disclaimers in
this document.
9.2 FLIR Test and Measurement Limited 2 Year Warranty
A qualifying FLIR Test and Measurement product (the “Product”) purchased either directly from FLIR Commercial Systems Inc
and affiliates (FLIR) or from an authorized FLIR distributor or reseller that Purchaser registers on-line with FLIR is eligible for
coverage under FLIR’s Limited Warranty, subject to the terms and conditions in this document. This warranty only applies to
purchases of Qualifying Products (see below) purchased and manufactured after April 1, 2013.
PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY; IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCTS THAT QUALIFY
FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE LIMITED WARRANTY, PURCHASER’S OBLIGATIONS, HOW TO ACTIVATE THE WARRANTY,
WARRANTY COVERAGE, AND OTHER IMPORTANT TERMS, CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS.
1. PRODUCT REGISTRATION. To qualify for FLIR’s Limited Warranty, Purchaser must fully register the Product directly with FLIR
on-line at http://www.flir.com within Sixty (60) DAYS of the date the Product was purchased by the first retail customer (the
“Purchase Date”). Qualifying PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT REGISTERED ON-LINE WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF THE PURCHASE DATE
WILL HAVE A LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY FROM DATE OF PURCHASE.
2. QUALIFYING PRODUCTS. Upon registration, Test and Measurement products that qualify for coverage under FLIR’s Limited
Warranty are: VS70 Videoscope, VSAxx Articulation Camera, VSCxx Camera, VSSxx Probe Spool, VST handset, MR02 Pin
Extension Probe, and TAxx not including accessories which may have their own warranty.
3. WARRANTY PERIODS. The applicable Limited Warranty Period measured from the Purchase data are:
Products
Limited Warranty Period
VS70, VSAxx, VSCxx, VSSxx, VST, MR02, TAxx
TWO (2) Years
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Any Product that is repaired or replaced under warranty is covered under this Limited Warranty for one hundred eighty days
(180) days from the date of return shipment by FLIR or for the remaining duration of the applicable Warranty Period, whichever
is longer.
4. LIMITED WARRANTY. In accordance with the terms and conditions of this Limited Warranty, and except as excluded or
disclaimed in this document, FLIR warrants, from the Purchase Date, that all fully registered Products will conform to FLIR’s
published product specifications and be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the applicable Warranty
Period. PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY, AT FLIR’S SOLE DISCRETION, IS THE REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS IN A MANNER, AND BY A SERVICE CENTER, AUTHORIZED BY FLIR. IF THIS REMEDY IS
ADJUDICATED TO BE INSUFFICIENT, FLIR SHALL REFUND PURCHASER’S PAID PURCHASE PRICE AND HAVE NO OTHER
OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY TO BUYER WHATSOEVER.
5. WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS. FLIR MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE
PRODUCTS. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE (EVEN IF PURCHASER HAS NOTIFIED FLIR OF ITS INTENDED USE FOR
THE PRODUCTS), AND NON-INFRINGEMENT ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED FROM THIS AGREEMENT.
THIS WARRANTY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDES ROUTINE PRODUCT MAINTENANCE, SOFTWARE UPDATES, AND REPLACEMENT OF
FUSES, OR DISPOSABLE BATTERIES. FLIR FURTHER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY COVERAGE WHERE THE ALLEGED
NONCONFORMITY IS DUE TO NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR, OTHER ALTERATION, MODIFICATION, REPAIR, ATTEMPTED REPAIR,
IMPROPER USE, IMPROPER MAINTENANCE, NEGLECT, ABUSE, IMPROPER STORAGE, FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY PRODUCT
INSTRUCTIONS, DAMAGE (WHETHER CAUSED BY ACCIDENT OR OTHERWISE), OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CARE OR HANDING OF
THE PRODUCTS CAUSED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN FLIR OR FLIR’S EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED DESIGNEE.
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS THE ENTIRE WARRANTY AGREEMENT BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR AND SUPERSEDES ALL
PRIOR WARRANTY NEGOTIATIONS, AGREEMENTS, PROMISES AND UNDERSTANDINGS BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR. THIS
WARRANTY MAY NOT BE ALTERED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF FLIR.
6. WARRANTY RETURN, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. To be eligible for warranty repair or replacement, Purchaser must notify
FLIR within thirty (30) days of discovering of any apparent defect in materials or workmanship. Before Purchaser may return a
Product for warranty service or repair, Purchaser must first obtain a returned material authorization (RMA) number from FLIR.
To obtain the RMA number Owner must provide an original proof of purchase. For additional information, to notify FLIR of an
apparent defect in materials or workmanship, or to request an RMA number, visit http://www.flir.com. Purchaser is solely
responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging the
Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. FLIR will pay for returning to Purchaser any Product that
FLIR repairs or replaces under warranty.
FLIR reserves the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether a returned Product is covered under Warranty. If FLIR
determines that any returned Product is not covered under Warranty or is otherwise excluded from Warranty coverage, FLIR
may charge Purchaser a reasonable handling fee and return the Product to Purchaser, at Purchaser’s expense, or offer
Purchaser the option of handling the Product as a non-warranty return.
7. NON-WARRANTY RETURN. Purchaser may request that FLIR evaluate and service or repair a Product not covered under
warranty, which FLIR may agree to do in its sole discretion. Before Purchaser returns a Product for non-warranty evaluation and
repair, Purchaser must contact FLIR by visiting http://www.flir.com to request an evaluation and obtain an RMA. Purchaser is
solely responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging
the Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. Upon receipt of an authorized non-warranty return,
FLIR will evaluate the Product and contact Purchaser regarding the feasibility of and the costs and fees associated with
Purchaser’s request. Purchaser is responsible for the reasonable cost of FLIR’s evaluation, for the cost of any repairs or services
authorized by Purchaser, and for the cost of repackaging and returning the Product to Purchaser.
Any non-warranty repair of a Product is warranted for one hundred eighty days (180) days from the date of return shipment by
FLIR to be free from defects in materials and workmanship only, subject to all of the limitations, exclusions and disclaimers in
this document.
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