MultiMeter-Compact
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Read the operating instructions and the enclosed
brochure „Guarantee and additional notices“
completely. Follow the instructions they contain.
Safely keep these documents for future reference.
Function/Application
Multimeter for taking measurements in the range of the overvoltage
category CAT III up to max. 1000 V/CAT IV up to max 600 V. The
meter can be used to measure DC and AC voltages, direct and
alternating currents, resistances, capacitances, frequencies and duty
factors within the speciÖed ranges; it can also be used for continuity
and diode testing. In addition, the meter is Ötted with a non-contact
voltage detector and a vibration alarm.
Symbols
Hazardous electrical voltage warning:
Unprotected live components inside the device
housing may pose a risk of electric shock.
Danger area warning
Protection class II: The test device has
reinforced or double insulation.
Overvoltage category III: Equipment in Öxed installations
and for applications where speciÖc requirements with
regard to the reliability and availability of equipment
have to be met, e.g. circuit-breakers in Öxed installations
and devices used in industrial applications which are
permanently connected to the Öxed installation.
Overvoltage category IV: Devices such as electricity
meters, overcurrent circuit breakers and ripple-control
units, which are intended for use at or near the infeed
into the electrical installation of buildings, and
speciÖcally from the main distribution to the supply
system.
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Safety instructions
• Make sure that you always select the correct connections, the correct
rotary switch position and the correct range for the measurement to
be taken.
• Before measuring or checking the resistance, continuity, diodes or
capacitance, disconnect the power supply to the electric circuit.
Check that all high-voltage capacitors are discharged.
• Isolate the device from all current sources before opening the battery
compartment cover.
• If possible, do not work alone.
• If you have to take hold of the measuring spikes, do so by the grip
sections only. Do not touch the measuring contacts whilst the
measurement is being taken.
• If the device comes into contact with moisture or other conductive
residue, work must not be carried out under voltage. At and above
voltages of 25 V AC/60 V DC, the presence of moisture creates
the risk of life-threatening electric shocks. Clean and dry the device
before use. When using the device outdoors, make sure that the
weather conditions are appropriate and/or that suitable protection
measures are taken.
• If you are working with voltages higher than 25 V AC/60 V DC,
exercise extreme caution. Touching the electrical conductors at
such voltages poses a risk of life-threatening electric shocks.
• Do not use the device in environments in which there are conductive particles or where the occurrence of moisture (in the form
of condensation, for example) can create transient conductivity.
• The device must only be used in accordance with its intended
purpose and within the scope of the speciÖcations.
• If you are taking measurements in the hazardous vicinity of
electrical installations, do not work alone and seek guidance
from an electrically skilled person before starting work.
• Before taking any measurements, make sure that both the area to
be tested (e.g. a line), the test device and the accessories used (e.g.
connection cable) are in proper working order. Test the device by
connecting it to known voltage sources (e.g. a 230 V socket in the
case of AC testing or a car battery in the case of DC testing). Stop
using the device if one or a number of its functions fails.
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Red
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Black
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Rotary switch to set the
measuring function
A
Measured value display
(4 segments, 4000 digits)
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Red input socket (+)
B
Low battery charge
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Black COM socket (–)
C
Negative measured values
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Red 10 A input socket (+)
D
Direct (DC) or alternating
(AC) variables
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Select range manually
Switch over measuring
function
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Automatic range selection
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Current measured value
is held
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Indicator (non-contact
voltage detector)
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Relative function
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Sensor (non-contact
voltage detector)
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Diode test
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Continuity test
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Measurement units:
mV, V, „A, mA, Ohm, kOhm,
MOhm, nF, „F, Hz, kHz,
MHz, %
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LCD
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Holder for test prods
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Relative function
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Hold current measured
value, LCD illumination
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Test prods
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Measuring contacts
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Display: O.L: open line/
over×ow: measuring circuit
not closed or measuring
range exceeded
MultiMeter-Compact
Maximum input power
Function
Maximum input
V DC/V AC
1000 V DC, 1000 V AC
A DC/AC
10 A DC/AC (max. 30 seconds
every 15 minutes)
Frequency, resistance, capacitance,
duty factor, diode test, continuity
test
1000 V DC/AC
AUTO OFF function
In order to preserve the batteries, the meter switches off
automatically if it is left idle for 15 minutes.
1 Insertion of batteries
1 x 9V NEDA 1604 / IEC 6F22
2 Attaching the test prods
In order to avoid the risk of injury, the test prods must always be
kept in the holder on the rear of the meter when not in use and
during transport.
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3 Connection of test prods
The black test prod (–) must always be connected to the „COM
socket“. When taking current measurements, the red test prod (+)
must be connected to the „10 A socket“. For all other measuring
functions, the red test prod must be connected to the „VąHZ
socket“.
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Please ensure that the test prods are connected correctly
before each measurement. Taking a voltage measurement
with 10 A current connections plugged in can cause
the installed fuse to trip and result in damage to the
measuring circuit.
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Current measurement DC/AC
To take a current measurement, turn
the rotary switch to position „10 A“
and press the „Mode“ button to set
the voltage mode (AC, DC). Disconnect
the circuit before connecting the meter.
Then connect the measuring contacts to
the object to be tested. The measured
value acquired and the polarity appear
on the display. Disconnect the circuit
again before disconnecting the meter.
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Red
Black
Do not measure currents above 10 A for longer than
30 seconds. This could damage the device or the test prods.
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Voltage measurement DC/AC
To take a voltage measurement, turn the
rotary switch to position „V“ and press the
„Mode“ button to set the voltage mode
(AC, DC). Then connect the measuring
contacts to the object to be tested. The
measured value acquired and the polarity
appear on the display.
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Red
Resistance measurement
To measure the resistance, turn the rotary
switch to position „ą“. Then connect
the measuring contacts to the object to
be tested. The measured value acquired
appears on the display. If „O.L.“ appears
on the display instead of a measured
value, either the measuring range has
been exceeded or the measuring circuit
is not closed or has been interrupted.
Resistances can only be measured
correctly in isolation; therefore, the
components might need to be
disconnected from the remainder
of the circuit.
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Black
Black
Red
When measuring resistance, to avoid the risk of the results
of a measurement being distorted, there must be no traces
of dirt, oil, solder spray or other contamination on the test
prods.
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Continuity test
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To test continuity, turn the rotary switch
to position „ą“ and press the „Mode“
switch twice to activate the „Continuity
test“ function. Then connect the
measuring contacts to the object to
be tested. A measured value of < 150
ohms is recognised as continuity; this
is conÖrmed by an audible signal. If
„O.L.“ appears on the display instead of
a measured value, either the measuring
range has been exceeded or the
measuring circuit is not closed or
has been interrupted.
Black
Red
Diode test
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To test the diode, turn the rotary switch
to position „ą“ and press the „Mode“
button once to activate the „Diode test“
function. Then connect the measuring
contacts to the diode. The measured
value acquired for the forward voltage
appears on the display. If „O.L.“ appears
on the display instead of a measured
value, the diode has either been tested
in the reverse direction or is faulty. If
0.0 V is measured, the diode is faulty
or a short-circuit has occurred.
Red
Black
Forward direction
Reverse direction
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Forward direction
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Capacitance measurement
To take a capacitance measurement,
turn the rotary switch to position „CAP“
and press the „Mode“ button three
times to activate the „Capacitance
measurement“ function. Then connect
the measuring contacts to the object
to be tested. In the case of poled
capacitors, connect the positive pole
to the red test prod.
Black
Red
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Frequency and duty factor measurements
To take a frequency measurement, turn
the rotary switch to position „Hz“. Then
connect the measuring contacts to the
object to be tested. Press the „Mode“
button to switch from Hz to % (duty
factor).
Black
Red
11 Auto range/Manual range
The „Auto range“ function is activated automatically when the
meter is switched on. Auto range searches for the best possible
range for each measurement in the corresponding measuring
functions. Press the „Range“ button to activate manual range
selection, then press the „RANGE“ button several times until
you reach the desired range. Pay attention to changes in decimal
places or units. To return to the „Auto range“ range, press the
„RANGE“ button and hold it down for 2 seconds. „AUTO“
reappears on the display. The „Range“ function can only be
used for voltage, current and resistance measurements.
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12 Comparative measurement
The comparative measurement function takes a measurement
relative to a reference value that has been saved previously. This
enables the difference between the current measured value and
the saved reference value to be displayed. Press the „REL“ button
whilst a reference measurement is being taken in the corresponding
measuring function. The display now shows the difference between
the current measurement and the set reference value. Press
the „REL“ button again to deactivate the function. The „Rel“
function can only be used for voltage, current and capacitance
measurements, as well as continuity tests.
13 Hold function
The „Hold“ function enables you to keep the current measured
value on the display. Press the „HOLD“ button to activate and
deactivate the function.
14 LCD-Backlight
ON
2 sec
OFF
2 sec
15 Voltage detection, non-contact (AC warning)
The non-contact voltage detector integrated in the meter is able to
detect AC voltages from 100 V to 600 V, thus enabling live cables
or cable breaks, for example, to be identiÖed. Turn the rotary switch
to position „V“ and run the voltage sensor along the object to be
tested (5 - 10 mm). The display lights up and the device starts to
vibrate if AC voltage is detected.
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Non-contact voltage detection is no substitute for
conventional voltage testing. As the device detects an
electrical Öeld, it will react even to static charge.
16 Voltage detection, single-pole phase test
For reasons of safety, you must disconnect the black measuring
lead from the COM socket on the device to take this measurement.
Turn the rotary switch to position „V“. Connect the red test prod
to the phase or neutral conductor. The red LED only lights up if the
phase conductor is live. When the single-pole phase test is carried
out on the outer conductor, the indicator function may be adversely
affected under certain conditions (e.g. when insulating personnel
protective equipment is used or at insulated locations).
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The single-pole phase test is not suitable for checking for
zero voltage. To do this, you need to carry out a two-pole
phase test.
17 Replacing the fuse
To replace the fuse, Örst disconnect the test prods from their voltage
source and then from the device. Remove all screws from the rear
of the meter and then remove the battery. Open the housing and
replace the fuse with one of the same type and speciÖcation
(10 A/600 V). Close the housing and carefully screw the meter
back together.
10 A/600 V
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18 Calibration
The meter needs to be calibrated and tested on a regular basis to
ensure it produces accurate measurement results. We recommend
carrying out calibration once a year.
Technical data
Function
DC voltage
AC voltage
Range
Accuracy
400.0 mV
± (0.5% rdg ± 2 digits)
4.000 V
40.00 V
400.0 V
± (1.2% rdg ± 2 digits)
600 V
± (1.5% rdg ± 2 digits)
400.0 mV
± (1.5% rdg ± 4 mV)
4.000 V
± (1.2% rdg ± 2 digits)
40.00 V
400.0 V
± (1.5% rdg ± 3 digits)
600 V
± (2.0% rdg ± 4 digits)
DC current
10 A
± (2.5% rdg ± 5 digits)
AC current
10 A
± (3.0% rdg ± 7 digits)
400.0 ą
± (1.2% rdg ± 4 digits)
4.000 ką
± (1.0% rdg ± 2 digits)
40.00 ką
400.0 ką
4.000 Mą
± (1.2% rdg ± 2 digits)
40.00 Mą
± (2.0% rdg ± 3 digits)
40.000 nF
± (5.0% rdg ± 50 digits)
Resistance
400.0 nF
Capacitance
4.000 „F
± (3.0% rdg ± 5 digits)
40.00 „F
100.0 „F
9.999 Hz
99.99 Hz
± (5.0% rdg ± 5 digits)
± (1.5% rdg ± 5 digits)
999.9 Hz
Frequency
9.999 kHz
99.99 kHz
± (1.2% rdg ± 3 digits)
999.9 kHz
9.999 MHz
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± (1.5% rdg ± 4 digits)
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Duty factor
0.1%…99.9%
± (1.2% rdg ± 2 digits)
Diode test
0.3 mA
± (10% rdg ± 5 digits)
Polarity
Sign for negative polarity
LCD
0 … 3999
Fuse
10 A/600 V quick-acting,
240 A2/s (6.35 x 31.8 mm)
Protection class
II, double insulation
Overvoltage
CAT III - 1000 V, CAT IV - 600 V
Pollution degree
2
Test standards
EN 61326, EN 61010-1, EN 61010-2-031
Max. rel. humidity
80% non-condensing
Operating temperature
0°C to 55°C
Power supply
1 x 9 V battery (NEDA 1604, IEC 6F22)
Dimensions
150 x 70 x 48 mm
Weight
255 g
Subject to technical alterations. 06.2010
EU directives and disposal
This device complies with all necessary standards
for the free movement of goods within the EU.
This product is an electric device and must be
collected separately for disposal according to
the European Directive on waste electrical and
electronic equipment.
Further safety and supplementary notices at:
www.laserliner.com/info
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Umarex GmbH & Co KG
– Laserliner –
Möhnestraße 149, 59755 Arnsberg, Germany
Tel.: +49 2932 638-300, Fax: +49 2932 638-333
laserliner@umarex.de
Umarex GmbH & Co KG
Donnerfeld 2
59757 Arnsberg, Germany
Tel.: +49 2932 638-300, Fax: -333
www.laserliner.com
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