True RMS Digital
Multimeter
User Manual
Please read this manual before switching the unit on.
Important safety information inside.
True RMS Digital Multimeter User Manual
True RMS Digital Multimeter User Manual
Contents
Page
1. Introduction............................................................................................ 4
2. Safety..................................................................................................... 4
3. Safety Instructions.................................................................................. 6
4. Feature................................................................................................... 7
5. Measure Function................................................................................... 10
6. Default Display........................................................................................ 18
7. Setup Options......................................................................................... 23
8. Specifications......................................................................................... 29
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1. Introduction
Professional True RMS Industrial Digital Multimeter and TFT color LCD display,
providing fast A/D converting sampling time, high accuracy , built-in datalogging
and Trend Capture feactures. It can trace any interrupted problems of the equipments
and watch on without person. It is easy to find and solve the problems of the
production equipments, providing Bluetooth technology and memory the datasheets.
It is much more safe measurements.
This meter measures AC/DC Voltage, AC/DC Current, Resistance, Capacitance,
Frequency(electrical & electronic), Duty Cycle, Diode Test, Insulation Test, and
Continuity plus Thermocouple Temperature. It can store and recall data. It features
a waterproof, rugged design for heavy duty use. Proper use and care of this meter
will provide many years of reliable service
2. Safety
This symbol adjacent to another symbol, terminal or operating
device indicates that the operator must refer to an explanation in
the Operating Instructions to avoid personal injury or damage to
the meter.
WARNING
CAUTION
MAX
This WARNING symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation,
which if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
This CAUTION symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation,
which if not avoided, may result damage to the product.
This symbol advises the user that the terminal(s) so marked must
not be connected to a circuit point at which the voltage with respect
to earth ground exceeds (in this case) 1000 VAC or VDC.
This symbol adjacent to one or more terminals identifies them as
being associated with ranges that may, in normal use, be subjected
to particularly hazardous voltages. For maximum safety, the meter
and its test leads should not be handled when these terminals are
energized.
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This symbol indicates that a device is protected throughout by double
insulation or reinforced insulation.
PER IEC1010 OVERVOLTAGE INSTALLATION CATEGORY
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY I
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY I is equipment for connection to circuits
in which measures are taken to limit the transient overvoltages to an appropriate low
level.
Note- Examples include protected electronic circuits.
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II is energy-consuming equipment to
be supplied from the fixed installation.
Note- Examples include household, office, and laboratory appliances.
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY III
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY III is equipment in fixed installations.
Note- Examples include switches in the fixed installation and some equipment for
industrial use with permanent connection to the fixed installation.
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY IV
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY IV is for use at the origin of the installation.
Note- Examples include electricity meters and primary over-current protection
equipment
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3. Safety Instructions
This meter has been designed for safe use, but must be operated with caution.
The rules listed below must be carefully followed for safe operation.
1-NEVER apply voltage or current to the meter that exceeds the specified maximum:
Input Protection Limits
Function
V DC or V AC
mA AC/DC
A AC/DC
Maximum Input
1000VDC/AC rms
500mA 1000V fast acting fuse
10A 1000V fast acting fuse
(20A for 30 seconds max every
15 minutes)
Frequency, Resistance, Capacitance, 1000VDC/AC rms
Duty Cycle, Diode Test, Continuity
Temperature
1000VDC/AC rms
Surge Protection: 8kV peak per IEC 61010
2-USE EXTREME CAUTION when working with high voltages.
3-DO NOT measure voltage if the voltage on the "COM" input jack exceeds 1000V
3-above earth ground.
4-NEVER connect the meter leads across a voltage source while the function switch
3-is in the current, resistance, or diode mode. Doing so can damage the meter.
5-ALWAYS discharge filter capacitors in power supplies and disconnect the power
3-when making resistance or diode tests.
6-ALWAYS turn off the power and disconnect the test leads before opening the covers
3-to replace the fuse or batteries.
7-NEVER operate the meter unless the back cover and the battery and fuse covers
3-are in place and fastened securely.
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the
3-protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.
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4. Feature
4-1. Understanding the Push Buttons
GRAPH
MODE
SAVE
MAX
The 6 push buttons on the front of the Meter
F1
F2
F3
F4
activate features that augment the function
selected using the rotary switch, navigate menus
or control power to Meter circuits.
F1 Software key. Default switch to Graph measure.
F2 Software key. Default modes related to the rotary switch function
F3 Software key. Default into save mode default Display. And wake up for APO.
F4 Software key. Default modes MINMAX starts and stops MINMAX recording.
RANGE Into manual range and select range of the measure. If Pressing the Range
RANGE button for greater that 1 second will return Auto Range.
HOLD/REL Freezes the present reading in the display and allows the display to be
HOLD/REL saved. If Pressing the HOLD/REL button for greater that 1 second will
HOLD/REL switch relative mode.
RANGE
HOLD
REL
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4-2. Understanding the Display
6
5
Auto range
4
8
9
06:32pm
-0.04
3
2
-500
1
7
-300
GRAPH
-100
0
MODE
100
SAVE
300
500
MAX
1-Soft key labels Indicates the function of the button just below the displayed label.
2-Bar graph Analog display of the input signal.
3-Minus sign Indicates a negative reading.
4-Displays measurement information about the input signal.
5-Indicates the range the Meter is in and the ranging mode (auto or manual)
6-Time Indicates the time set in the internal clock.
7-Battery level Indicates the charge level batteries.
8-Beeper Indicates the Meter’s beeper is enabled (not associated with the continuity
8-beeper).
9-Units Indicates the units of measure.
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4-3. Understanding the Rotary Switch
Select a primary measurement function by positioning the rotary switch to one
of the icons around its perimeter. For each function, the Meter presents a standard
display for that function (range, measurement units, and modifiers). Button choices
made in one function do not carry over into another function.
AC voltage measurements
DC and AC+DC voltage
measurements.
DC(AC) milli-volts measurements.
mV
Resistance, Diode test,
Ω
CAP
capacitance and CONTINUITY
measurements.
Hz%
Frequency measurements.
Temp
Temperature measurements .
A
AC, dc amps measurements.
mA
4-20 mA% AC, dc milliamps measurements.
% 4-20MA measurements.
uA
AC, dc microampere
measurements up to 5,000 uA.
V~
V–
4~2 0
%
TEM P
°C °F
4-4. Using the Input Terminals
All functions except current use the VOHMS and COM input terminals. The two
current input terminals
CAP Temp
Input for 0 A to 10.00 A current
(20VA overload for 30 seconds
on, 10 minutes off),
Input for 0 A to 500 mA current
measurements.
Return terminal for all
measurements.
Input for voltage, continuity,
resistance, diode test,
conductance, capacitance.
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
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5. Measure Function
5-1. AC Voltage Measurements
WARNING: Risk of Electrocution. The probe tips may not be long enough to
WARNING: contact the live parts inside some 240V outlets for appliances
WARNING: because the contacts are recessed deep in the outlets. As a
WARNING: result, the reading may show 0 volts when the outlet actually has
WARNING: voltage on it. Make sure the probe tips are touching the metal
WARNING: contacts inside the outlet before assuming that no voltage is
WARNING: present.
CAUTION: Do not measure AC voltages if a motor on the circuit is being
CAUTION: switched ON or OFF. Large voltage surges may occur that can
CAUTION: damage the meter.
1.Set the function switch to the green VAC position.
2.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
2.negative COM jack. Insert red test lead banana
120.00
2.plug into the positive V jack.
3.Read the voltage in the main display
Auto range
00:00
V~
0
1
RANGE
2
3
SETUP
4
5V~
SAVE
HOLD
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F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
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5-2. DC Voltage Measurements
CAUTION: Do not measure DC voltages if a motor on the circuit is being
CAUTION: switched ON or OFF. Large voltage surges may occur that can
CAUTION: damage the meter.
1.Set the function switch to the green VDC position.
2.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
2.negative COM jack. Insert the red test lead banana
100.00
2.plug into the positive V jack.
3.Read the voltage in the display.
Auto range
00:00
V
0
1
RANGE
2
3
SETUP
4
SAVE
5V
HOLD
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F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
C
A
P
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
5-3. AC+DC
1.Set the function switch to the green VDC
1.position.
2.Insert the black test lead banana plug into
1.the negative COM jack. Insert the red test
lead bananaplug into the positive jack
3.Press the MODE button to indicate “AC+DC”
on the display.
4.Read AC+DC measurement value in the
display.
Auto range
08:12pm
V
AC+DC
0.0276
0.0000
0.0276
GRAPH
MODE
V~
V
SAVE
MAX
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5-4. mV Voltage Measurements
CAUTION: Do not measure mV voltages if a motor on the circuit is being
CAUTION: switched ON or OFF. Large voltage surges may occur that can
CAUTION: damage the meter.
1.Set the function switch to the green mV
position.
2.Press the softkey labeled Mode. switch
100.00
mVDC (mVAC).
3.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
3.negative COM jack. Insert the red test lead banana
3.plug into the positive V jack.
4.Read the mV voltage in the display
Auto range
0
1
RANGE
00:00
2
3
SETUP
4
SAVE
5
HOLD
True RMS Multimeter
F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
C
A
P
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
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5-5. Frequency Measurements
1.Set the function switch to the green Hz% position.
2.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
2.negative COM jack. Insert the red test lead banana
2.plug into the positive V jack.
3.Read the Frequency in the display
Auto range
00:00
Hz
0.0000
RANGE
SETUP
SAVE
HOLD
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F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
5-6. Resistance Measurements
To avoid electric shock, disconnect power to
the unit under test and discharge all capacitors
before taking any resistance measurements.
Remove the batteries and unplug the line cords.
1.Set the function switch to the green Ω CAP
position.
2.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
2.negative COM jack. Insert the red test lead
2.banana plug into the positive Ω Jack.
3.Read the resistance in the display.
Auto range
00:00
Ω
100.00
0
1
RANGE
2
3
SETUP
5Ω
4
SAVE
HOLD
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F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
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5-7. Continuity Check
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, disconnect power to the unit under test
WARNING: and discharge all capacitors before taking any resistance
WARNING: measurements. Remove the batteries and unplug the line cords.
1.Set the function switch to the green Ω CAP
Ω CAP position.
010.00
2.Press the softkey labeled Mode. Switch to
2.Conductace
3.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
3.negative COM jack. Insert the red test lead
3.banana plug into the positive jack.
4.If the resistance is less than approximately
3.25Ω, the audible signal will sound. If the circuit
3.is open, the display will indicate “OL”.
Auto range
00:00
Ω
0
1
RANGE
2
3
SETUP
5Ω
4
SAVE
HOLD
True RMS Multimeter
F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
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5-8. Diode Test
1.Set the function switch to the green Ω CAP
position.
2.Press the softkey labeled Mode. Switch to
2.Diode.
3.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
3.negative COM jack and the red test lead banana
3.plug into the positive V jack.
4.Forward voltage will typically indicate 0.400 to
3.3.200V. Reverse voltage will indicate “OL”.
3.Shorted devices will indicate near 0V and an
3.open device will indicate “OL” in both polarities.
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Auto range
00:00
V
0.5000
0
1
RANGE
2
3
SETUP
5
4
SAVE
V
HOLD
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F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
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5-9. Capacitance Measurements
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, disconnect power to the unit under test
WARNING: and discharge all capacitors before taking any capacitance
WARNING: measurements. Remove the batteries and unplug the line cords.
1.Set the rotary function switch to the green Ω CAP
Ω CAP position.
020.00
2. Press the softkey labeled Mode. Switch to CAP
3.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
3.negative COM jack. Insert the red test lead banana
3.plug into the positive V jack.
4.Read the capacitance value in the Display
Auto range
00:00
μF
RANGE
SETUP
SAVE
HOLD
True RMS Multimeter
F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
5-10. Temperature Measurements
1.Set the function switch to the green TEMP(°C
1.or °F) position.
2.Press the softkey labeled Mode. Switch TEMP
1.(°C or °F ).
3.Insert the Temperature Probe into the input jacks,
1.making sure to observe the correct polarity.
4.Read the temperature in the display
Auto range
00:00
°F
0078.0
RANGE
SETUP
SAVE
HOLD
True RMS Multimeter
F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
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5-11. DC Current Measurements
CAUTION: Do not make 20A current measurements for longer than 30
CAUTION: seconds.
Exceeding 30 seconds may cause damage to the meter and/or the test leads.
1.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
1.negative COM jack.
2.For current measurements up to 5000μA DC,
10.000
1set.the function switch to the yellow μA position
1.and insert the red test lead banana plug into the
1.μA/mA jack.
3.For current measurements up to500mA DC,
1.set the function switch to the yellow mA position
1.and insert the red test lead banana plug into the
1.μA/mA jack.
4.For current measurements up to 10A DC, set
1.the function switch to the yellow 10A position
1.and insert the red test lead banana plug into the
1.10A jack.
5.Press the MODE button to indicate “DC” on the
1.display.
6.Read the current in the display.
Auto range
00:00
A~
0
1
RANGE
2
3
SETUP
4
5 A~
SAVE
HOLD
True RMS Multimeter
F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
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5-12. AC Current Measurements
CAUTION: Do not make 10A current measurements for longer than 30
CAUTION: seconds.
Exceeding 30 seconds may cause damage to the meter and/or the test leads.
1.Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
1.negative COM jack.
2.For current measurements up to 5000μA AC,set
10.000
1.the function switch to the yellow μA position and
1.insert the red test lead banana plug into the
1.μA/mA jack.
3.For current measurements up to 500mA AC,set
1.the function switch to the yellow mA position
1.and insert the red test lead banana plug into the
1.μA/mA jack.
4.For current measurements up to 10A AC,set the
1.function switch to the yellow 10A position and
1.insert the red test lead banana plug into the 10A
1.jack.
5.Press the MODE button to indicate “AC” on
5.the display.
6.Read the current in the display.
Auto range
00:00
A
0
1
RANGE
2
3
SETUP
5A
4
SAVE
HOLD
True RMS Multimeter
F1
F2
F3
F4
HOLD
REL
RANGE
4~20
%
TEMP
°C °F
Bluetooth
CAP
TEMP
20A fo r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
5
5-13. % 4 – 20mA MEASUREMENTS
1.Set up and connect as described for DC mA measurements.
2.Set the rotary function switch to the 4-20mA% position.
3.The meter will display loop current as a % with 0mA=-25%, 4mA=0%, 20mA=100%,
3.and 24mA=125%.
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6. Default Display
Auto range
06:32pm
V~
0 . 000 0
0
GRAPH
1
2
MODE
3
4
5V
SAVE
6-1. Graph Measure
Press Software key lable Graph (F1), Meter
will switch to Graph measure.
Press soft key START button. Press FAST or
SLOW soft keys to adjust sampling
rate. Press CANCEL soft key to exit Graph and
return to normal measurement mode
MAX
Auto range
0
Rate: 0.2 s
Range: 0.01
START
Press STOP soft key.
06:32pm
Auto range
0.0000 V~
FAST
SLOW
CANNEL
06:32pm
0
Rate: 0.2 s
Range: 500
-2.6000 mV DC
STOP
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Press SAVE soft key to save Graph. Press
BACK soft key to return.
Auto range
06:32pm
0
Rate: 0.2 s
Range: 0.01
0.0000 V~
BACK
SAVE
6-2. Capturing Minimum and Maximum Values
To activate the MAXMIN mode, Press
Software key labled MINMAX(F4), at measure
mode . As shown in Figure, the Meter displays
eat the top of the measurement page, and the
MAXMIN start date and time along the bottom
of the page. In addition, the recorded maximum,
average, and minimum values appear in the
secondary display with their respective elapsed
times.
Auto range
08:12pm
V~
MAX MIN
0.2660
MAX
Average
MIN
0.3493
0.2636
0.2548
STOP
V~
V~
V~
PMAX
To stop a MINMAX recording session, press the Softkey labeled Stop. The summary
information in the display freezes, and the softkeys change function to allow saving
the collected data. Pressing the softkey labeled Close exits the MIN MAX record
session without saving the collected data.
To save the MIN MAX screen data, the MIN MAX session must be ended by
pressing the softkey labeled Stop. Next, press the softkey labeled Save.
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6-3. Capturing Peak Values
To activate the peak mode, at AC measure
MINMAX mode , Press Software key labled
PMAX(F4).
Auto range
08:12pm
V~
PEAK
0.2676
PMAX
Average
PMIN
0.6354
0.263
-0.5894
V~
V~
V~
STOP
6-4. Relative Values
To activate the relative mode, Press the
HOLD/REL button for greater that 1 second.
Auto range
08:20pm
V~
REL
- 0 .0430
Reference
GRAPH
6-5. Hold Mode
To freeze the display for any function, press
key HOLD.
MAX
0.3079
0.2649
MODE
Auto range
SAVE
MAX
06:32pm
V~
HOLD
0.2823
Press key save to memory. And press close
return measure.
0
1
2
3
SAVE
20
V~
V~
4
5V
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6-6. Save Function
Then pressing the labeled SAVE(F3), into save
menu.
6-7. Storing Individual Measurement Data
For common measurement functions, a snapshot of the screen data is saved by
pressing the softkey labeled Save. Then pressing the labeled DOWN(F3) to the Save
select Item, pressing the softkey labeled ENTER(F1)
6-8. Viewing Memory Data
Viewing data stored in the Meter’s memory
is performed through the save menu. Press the
softkey labeled DOWN (F3). Position the menu
selector next to the menu item labeled ViewM.
And pressing the softkey labeled ENTER(F1)
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06:32pm
0.3078
0
1
DELETE
6-9. Viewing Graph Data
Viewing data stored in the Meter’s memory
is performed through the save menu. Press the
softkey labeled DOWN (F3). Position the menu
selector next to the menu item labeled Graph.
Pressing the softkey labeled ENTER(F1)
V~
View Men
06/02/14
2
PREV
06:32pm
3
5V
4
NEXT
BACK
ViewGrap
0
Rate: 0.2 s
Range: 50M
ENTER
31.788 MΩ
PREV
NEXT
CLOSE
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Press the << and >> soft keys to move
cursor
06:32pm
06/02/14
ViewGrap
0
Rate: 0.2 s
Range: 50M
DELETE
6-10. Recording Measurement Data
Press the softkey labeled Save. Then
pressing the labeled DOWN (F3) to the Record
select Item, pressing the softkey labeled
ENTER(F1). Press the softkey labeled Start to
start records. The recording session will
continue until the allocated memory is used,
the batteries expire, the rotary switch is moved.
or the session is terminated by pressing the
softkey labeled Stop
6-11. Viewing Trend Data
Viewing data stored in the Meter’s memory
is performed through the save menu. Press
the softkey labeled DOWN (F3). Position the
menu selector next to the menu item labeled
ViewR and pressing the softkey labeled
ENTER(F1)
Press the softkey labeled TREND (F1)
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Auto range
30.823 MΩ
«
»
BACK
06:32pm
366.55
Set Duration: 00Days 00Hrs 01Min
Set Sample Interval: 00Min 01Sec
Start Record
ENTER
Auto range
UP
DOWN
CLOSER
08:27pm
Recording
351.44
Star t Times: 06/02/14 08:26:09pm
Duration: 00days 00hrs 00min 37sec
Samples: 37 Rlog0002
TREND
PREV
NEXT
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Press the + soft key to increase Graph
resolution. Press the >> soft keys to move
cursor.
Auto range
08:27pm
06/02/14
08:26:09pm
400
320
240
160
80
0.0
00:00
DELETE
6-12. Info
Viewing data stored in the Meter’s memory
is performed through the save menu. Press the
softkey labeled DOWN (F3). Position the menu
selector next to the menu item labeled INFO
and pressing the softkey labeled ENTER(F1)
Auto range
00:10
00:20
00:30
00:40
331.99 Mv 08:26:25pm
+
»
BACK
08:20pm
Fno. Graph- According to graphically display
Fno. measurement information
Fno. Mode-Releted to the rotary switch
Fno. function.
Fno. Save- Accesses the memory management
Fno. menu for saving measurement, setting
Fno. up recording sessions, or viewing and
Fno. deleting stored measurements from memory.
UP
DOWN
CLOSE
7. Setup Options
Viewing data stored in the Meter’s memory
is performed through the save menu. Press the
softkey labeled DOWN (F3). Position the menu
selector next to the menu item labeled SETUP
and pressing the softkey labeled ENTER(F1)
7-1. Resetting Meter
The Meter’s setup options can be reset to default values through the setup menu.
Open the setup menu. Position the menu selector next to the menu item labeled
RESET and press the key Enter. Then Position the menu selector next to the menu
item labeled SETUP and press the key OK. Then A message will appear asking to
confirm the reset action. Press the softkey labeled OK to perform the reset.
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7-2. Meter Info
The Meter Info selection lists the serial number, firmware version, are displayed.
Open the setup menu. Position the menu selector next to the menu item labeled
METER INFO and press the key Enter.
7-3. Setting Format
Open the setup menu. Position the menu
selector next to the menu item labeled FORMAT
and press the key Enter. Using the cursor buttons,
move the menu selector next to the menu item
labeled Numeric(Date\Time) format, press the key
EDIT to edit, select 0.0000(0,0000) and
MM/DD/YY(DD/MM/YY) and 24 HOUR(12 HOUR)
format.
7-4. Setting Display
Open the setup menu. Position the menu selector
next to the menu item labeled DISPLAY and press
the key Enter.
Auto range
08:32pm
Format
Beeper
Numeric Format
Date Format
Time Format
EDIT
Auto range
UP
DOWN
CLOSER
08:32pm
Display
Set Date: 06/02/14 dd/mm/yy
Set Time: 08:29:00 pm
Auto Power Off: 00
Foreground:
Background:
Select Font: 0
EDIT
UP
DOWN
CLOSER
7-5. Setting Date and Time
Open the setup menu. Position the menu selector next to the menu item labeled
Display and press the key Enter.
Next, position the menu selector next to either the Set Date item or Set Time item and
press the softkey labeled Edit.
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7-6. Auto Power Off
Open the setup menu. Position the menu selector next to the menu item labeled
Display and press the key Enter. Then Position the menu selector next to the menu
item labeled POWER OFF and press the key EDIT.
To set Auto Power Off. Use UP and DOWN to adjust the time to one of the preset
values. 0 is disable the timeout feature. Press the softkey labeled OK to set the
selected time. Press the softkey labeled Close to return.
7-7. Foreground and Background
Open the setup menu. Position the menu selector next to the menu item labeled
Display and press the key Enter. Then Position the menu selector next to the menu
item labeled Foreground and Background and press the key OK. Use UP and DOWN
to adjust.
7-8. Set Font
Open the setup menu. Position the menu selector next to the menu item labeled
Display and press the key Enter. Then Position the menu selector next to the menu
item labeled select font and press the key EDIT. Use UP and DOWN to adjust.
7-9. Bluetooth
You can use the Bluetooth communication
link and transfer the contents of a meter’s
memory to a PC.
Open the setup menu. Position the menu
selector next to the menu item labeled Bluetooth
and press the key Enter. “Turn on Bluetooth”
and press OK ,”Turn off Bluetooth” and press
OK.
Auto range
08:32pm
Turn on Bluetooth?
OK
CANCEL
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7-10. Replacing the Batteries
Refer to Figure and replace the batteries as follows:
1.Turn the Meter off and remove the test leads from the terminals.
2.Remove the battery door assembly by using a standardblade screwdriver to turn
2.the battery door screw one-half turn counterclockwise.
3. Replace the batteries with 7.4 volt charge batteries Observe proper polarity.
4. Reinstall the battery door assembly and secure it by turning the screw one-half
2.turn clockwise.
7-11. Replacing the Fuses
Referring to Figure , examine or replace the Meter's fuses as follows:
1.Turn the Meter off and remove the test leads from the
terminals.
2.Remove the battery door assembly by using a standardblade screwdriver to turn
2.the battery door screw one-half turn counterclockwise.
3.Remove the fuse by gently prying one end loose, then
sliding the fuse out of its bracket.
4.Install only specified replacement fuses.
5.Reinstall the battery door assembly and secure it by turning the screw one-half
2.turn clockwise
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7-12 Li-ion Battery Charge
1.Set the function switch to the OFF/CHG position.
2.Insert the socket into the Meter Input port. And the Adapter connected to the switch
2.socket.
2.Then Insert the Adapter into Power socket.
3.Display charge symbol in TFT color LCD display
Adapter
Tru e
F1
RM S
Mu ltim
F2
RAN
ete r
F3
GE
F4
HOL D
REL
Blu etoo
CAP
20A fo
r
30 sec
MAX
every
15 min
th
TEM P
5
Enclosure
Shock (Drop Test)
Diode Test
Continuity Check
PEAK
Temperature Sensor
Input Impedance
AC Response
Double molded, waterproof
6.5 feet (2 meters)
Test current of 0.9mA maximum, open circuit
voltage 3.2V DC typical
Audible signal will sound if the resistance is less
than 25Ω (approx.), test current <0.35mA
Captures peaks >1ms
Requires type K thermocouple
>10MΩ VDC & >9MΩ VAC
True rms
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AC True RMS
ACV Bandwidth
Display
Overrange indication
Auto Power Off
Polarity
Measurement Rate
Low Battery Indication
Battery
Fuses
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Humidity
Operating Altitude
Safety
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The term stands for “Root-Mean-Square,” which
represents the method of calculation of the voltage
or current value. Average responding multimeters
are calibrated to read correctly only on sine waves
and they will read inaccurately on non-sine wave or
distorted signals. True rms meters read accurately
on either type of signal.
50Hz to 20000Hz
50,000 count TFTLCD
“OL” is displayed
5-30minutes (approximately) with disable feature
Automatic (no indication for positive); Minus (-)
sign for negative
20 times per second, nominal
“ ” is displayed if battery voltage drops below
operating voltage
One 7.2 volt (NEDA 1604) battery
mA, μA ranges; 0.8A/1000V ceramic fast blow A
range; 10A/1000V ceramic fast blow
5ºC to 40ºC (41ºF to 104ºF)
-20ºC to 60ºC (-4 F to 140 F)
Max 80% up to 87ºF (31ºC) decreasing linearly to
50% at 40ºC (104ºF)
<80% 7000ft. (2000meters) maximum.
This meter is intended for origin of installation use
and protected, against the
users, by double insulation per EN61010-1
and IEC61010-1 2nd Edition (2001) to
Category IV 600V and Category III 1000V; Pollution
Degree 2. The meter also meets UL 61010-1, 2nd
Edition (2004), CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1 2nd
Edition (2004),and UL 61010B-2-031, 1st Edition (2003)
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8. Specifications
Resolution 50/60HZ <1KHZ
0.01mV
±0.5% ±1.0%
0.0001V +5
+5
0.001V
0.01V
±1.5%
+10
1000V 0.1V
Range
AC
Voltage 500mV
5V
50V
500V
<5kHZ
±3.0%
+5
<20KHZ[1]
±5.5%
+20
±3.5%
unspecified
+10
unspecified unspecified
[1] upper 10 % of range,
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
500mV[1]
0.01mV
(0.1% + 5digits)
5V
0.0001V
(0.05% + 5digits)
50V
0.001V
(0.05% + 5digits)
500V
0.01V
(0.05% + 5digits)
1000V
0.1V
(0.1% + 5)
[1] When using the relative mode (REL Q) to compensate for offsets.
Function
DC Voltage
(AC+DC)
5V
50V
500V
1000V
0.0001V
0.001V
0.01V
0.1V
<5KHZ
<1KHZ
(1.2% + 20) (3.0% + 20)
Function
Resistance
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
500Ω[1]
0.20%+10
0.01Ω
5kΩ
0.20%+5
0.0001kΩ
50kΩ
0.20%+5
0.001kΩ
500kΩ
0.50%+5
0.01kΩ
5MΩ
0.50%+5
0.0001MΩ
50MΩ
2.0%+10
0.001MΩ
[1] When using the relative mode (REL Q) to compensate for offsets.
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Function
Temp
(type-K)
DC Current
AC Current
Capacitance
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Range
Resolution Accuracy
-200 to 1350˚C 0.1˚C
±(1.0% reading + 3.0°C)
±(1.0% reading +5.4°F)
(probe accuracy not included)
1. Does not include error of the thermocouple probe.
2. Accuracy specification assumes ambient temperature
stable to ±1˚C.
3. Use a long time, reading will increase 2 ˚C.
4. <-50˚C Temp Rang accuracy ±(3%+5˚C)
500μA
±0.2%+5
0.01μA
5000μA
±0.2%+5
0.1μA
50mA
±0.2%+5
0.001mA
500mA
±0.3%+8
0.01mA
10A
±0.5%+8
0.001A
<5KHZ
<1KHZ
500μA
±(0.8% + 5) ±(3% + 5)
0.01μA
5000μA
0.1μA
50mA
0.001mA
500mA
0.01mA
10A
0.001A
(20A: 30 sec max with reduced accuracy)
All AC current ranges are specified from 5% of range to
100% of range
5nF[1]
±(1.5% + 20)
0.001nF
50nF
±(1.5% + 8)
0.01nF
500nF
±(1.0% + 8)
0.1nF
5μF
±(1.5% + 8)
0.001μF
50μF
±(1.0% + 8)
0.01μF
500μF
±(1.5% + 8)
0.1μF
10mF
±(2.5% + 20)
0.01mF
[1] With a film capacitor or better, using relative mode
(REL Δ) to zero residual.
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Function
Frequency
(electronic)
Frequency
(electrical)
Duty Cycle
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
50Hz
±(0.01% + 5)
0.001Hz
500Hz
±(0.01% + 5)
0.01Hz
5kHz
±(0.01% + 5)
0.0001kHz
50kHz
±(0.01% + 5)
0.001kHz
500kHz
±(0.01% + 5)
0.01kHz
5MHz
±(0.01% + 5)
0.0001MHz
10MHz
unspecified
0.001MHz
Sensitivity: 2V rms min. @ 20% to 80% duty cycle and
<100kHz; 5Vrms min @ 20% to 80% duty cycle and
> 100kHz.
10.00Hz-10KHz 0.01Hz - 0.001KHz ±(0.5% reading)
Sensitivity:2Vrms
0.1 to 99.90%
±(1.2% reading
0.01%
+ 2 digits)
Pulse width: 100μs - 100ms, Frequency: 5Hz to 150kHz
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