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User’s Guide
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Publication number DM3-070920
September 2007
DM3000 Series Digital Multimeter
DM3061/2/3/4
DM3051/2/3/4
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Safety Notices
Review the following safety precautions carefully before operate the instrument
to avoid any personal injury or to damage the instrument and any products
connected to it.
To avoid potential hazards use the instrument in a manner only as specified by
this user’s guide.
The instrument should be serviced only by qualified personnel.
To Avoid Fire or Personal Injury.
Use proper power cord. Use only the power cord designed for your
oscilloscope and authorized in your country.
Connect and Disconnect accessories properly. Do not connect or
disconnect probes or test leads while they are connected to a voltage source.
Ground the instrument. This product is grounded through the protective terra
conductor of the power cord. To avoid electric shock the grounding conductor
must be connected to earth ground. Before making connections to the input or
output terminals of the oscilloscope ensure that the instrument is properly
grounded.
Connect the probe properly. The probes’ ground terminals are at the same
voltage level with earth terminal of the instrument. Do not connect the ground
terminals to a high voltage.
Observe All Terminal Ratings. To avoid fire or shock hazard, observe all
ratings and marks on the instrument. Follow the User’s Guide for further ratings
information before making connections to the instrument.
Do not operate without Covers. Do not operate your oscilloscope with covers
or panels removed.
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Use Proper Fuse. Use only the fuse type and rating specified for this product.
Avoid Circuit or Wire Exposure. Do not touch exposed connections and
components when power is on.
Do not operate with suspected failures. If you suspect damage with this
product, have it inspected by qualified service personnel who were authorized by
RIGOL before further operations.
Provide Proper Ventilation. Refer to the manual’s installation instructions for
details as to the oscilloscope has proper ventilation.
Do not operate in wet/damp conditions.
Do not operate in an explosive atmosphere.
Keep product surfaces clean and dry.
The disturbance test of all the models can meet the limit values of A in
the standard of EN 61326: 1997+A1+A2+A3, but can't meet the limit
values of B.
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Safety Terms and Symbols
Terms in This Guide. These terms may appear in this guide:
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WARNING: Warning statements identify conditions or practices that
could result in injury or loss of life.
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CAUTION: Caution statements identify conditions or practices that
could result in damage to this product or other property.
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CAT II (300V): IEC Measurement Category II. Inputs may be
connected to mains (up to 300 VAC) under Category II overvoltage
conditions.
Terms on the Product: These terms may appear on the product:
DANGER indicates an injury hazard may happen immediately.
WARNING indicates an injury hazard may not happen immediately.
CAUTION indicates that a potential damage to the instrument or other property
might occur.
Symbols on the Product:
These symbols may appear on the Instrument:
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Hazardous
Voltage
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Refer to
Instructions
Protective
Grounding
Earth Terminal Terminal
of Chassis
Test
Grounding
Terminal
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General-Purpose Multimeter
The book covers the following description and eight models DM3000 Series
Digital Multimeter:
DM3061, DM3062, DM3063, DM3064;
DM3051, DM3052, DM3053, DM3054.
DM3000 Series Digital Multimeter desktop naming rules:
DM
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Prefix desktop Digital Multimeter
Serial Number
3
1
6-6 2 , 5-5 4 digit
No.
1-Basic;
2-Interface models with expansion board;
3-Inspection plate with the model;
4-Inspection plate with the model and interface extended board.
Application examples:
1
DM3061- 6 2 DM3000 series, Basic type.
DM3062- 6
1
2
DM3000 series, Basic type. Append the interface board with
LAN/GPIB module.
1
DM3063- 6 2 DM3000 Series, Basic type. Append the inspection board.
DM3064- 6
1
2
DM3000 series, Basic type. Append the interface board with
LAN/GPIB and inspection board.
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RIGOL DM3000-Series Digital Multimeter is a high-precision, multifunction,
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multi-automatic measurement for user’s designment of products, including 6 2
digits multimeter, high-speed data acquisition, automatic measurement and
inspection, many mathematical transform, in one of sensor measurements and
other functions. In support RS-232, USB, LAN and GPIB interface. It supports U
disk storage and print.
In performance, the DM3000 has high-resolution monochrome LCD display
system, supports a simple waveform display and data recording waveform
display; clear and easy to operate the button backlight keyboard layout and
operation make it more flexible, user-friendly operating features; 50k/s high data
sampling rate, can be used, such as the rapidly changing high-precision audio
waveform data; depth 2Mbyte of internal storage, external storage can be
arbitrary depth; adopt true RMS AC voltage and current measurement; virtual
terminal display and control, and remote network access.
From the performance and characteristics are given below, you will Understand
how can DM3000 satisfy your measurement requirements.
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50k/s data sampling rate can be used, such as the rapidly changing
high-precision audio waveform data. Meanwhile waveform can be displayed
on LCD Screen
Measurement accuracy: more than 6 1/2 and 2,400,000 Count
26 measurement functions
— DC voltage and current, AC voltage and current, two-wire and four-wire
resistance, capacitance, continuity test, diode test, frequency, cycle
ratio measurements, arbitrary sensor measurement, And so on.
— Upper limit and lower limit on the threshold measurement
— Arithmetic include: maximum, minimum, average, dBm, dB
— Data acquisition functions include : data records, inspection, automatic
measurement
True RMS AC voltage and current measurement
16- Road inspection functional measurement and control software (optional)
DC voltage >10GΩ input impedance to achieve the scope of 48V (±24V)
With data acquisition function, the maximum sampling rate support to
50kSP/s
10 groups measuring set-up storage and embedded PC measuring set up
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unlimited storage
Saturating responses of 256 x 64 pixel monochrome LCD
I/O: RS-232, USB, LAN and GPIB
Built-in USB Host to support USB disk and USB printer
Simple, convenient, flexible control software: Ultralogger, Supports for
Microsoft® Windows 98/2000/Me/XP
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Content
Safety Notices ...................................................................................................................... II
General-Purpose Multimeter ..............................................................................................V
CHAPTER 1 BASIC MULTIMETER OPERATIONS ........................................ 1-1
General Inspection ...........................................................................................................1-2
Handle Adjustment...........................................................................................................1-3
The Front/Rear Panel and User Interface.....................................................................1-4
To Measure DC Voltage...................................................................................................1-7
To Measure AC Voltage ...................................................................................................1-9
To Measure DC Current.................................................................................................1-11
To Measure AC Current .................................................................................................1-13
To Measure Resistance..................................................................................................1-15
To Measure Capacitance ...............................................................................................1-19
To Test Continuity..........................................................................................................1-21
To Check Diodes.............................................................................................................1-23
To Measure Frequency and Period ..............................................................................1-25
To Measure Arbitrary Sensor ........................................................................................1-29
To Choice Digits resolving index ..................................................................................1-34
To Choose Data Digit Display .......................................................................................1-35
To Choose Range Options.............................................................................................1-36
To Control Trigger Options ...........................................................................................1-38
CHAPTER 2
OPERATING YOUR MULTIMETER ........................................... 2-1
To Set up Measurement Parameters.............................................................................2-2
Math Functions ...............................................................................................................2-12
To Set Up Triggering Parameter Function..................................................................2-19
Store and Recall..............................................................................................................2-27
To Set Up the Utility.......................................................................................................2-32
High-speed Data Logger ...............................................................................................2-46
Multi-route Scanning......................................................................................................2-53
How to Use the Built-in Help System ..........................................................................2-61
CHAPTER 3
Example
Example
Example
Example
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4:
APPLICATION & EXAMPLES .................................................... 3-1
Reading Statistic Functions ........................................................................3-1
Elimination Test Leads Resistance Error...................................................3-3
dB Measurement..........................................................................................3-4
dBm Measurement ......................................................................................3-5
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Example 5: Limit Test.......................................................................................................3-6
Example 6: Temperature Sensor ....................................................................................3-7
Example 7: Reading Hold ............................................................................................. 3-11
CHAPTER 4
PROMPT MESSAGES& TROUBLESHOOTING ......................... 4-1
Prompting Message ..........................................................................................................4-1
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................4-3
CHAPTER 5
SUPPORT & SERVICE ................................................................ 5-4
CHAPTER 6
APPENDIX................................................................................... 6-1
Appendix A: Specifications ..............................................................................................6-1
Appendix B: DM3000 Series Accessories ......................................................................6-7
Appendix C: General Care and Cleaning .......................................................................6-8
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Chapter 1
Basic Multimeter Operations
This chapter covers the following topics:
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General Inspection
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Handle Adjustment
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The Front Panel and User Interface
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To Measure DC Voltage
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To Measure AC Voltage
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To Measure DC Current
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To Measure AC Current
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To Measure Resistance
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To Measure Capacitance
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To Test Continuity
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To Check Diodes
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To Measure Frequency and Period
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To Make an Arbitrary Sensor measurement
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To Choice Digits resolving index
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To Choose Data Digit Display
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To Choose Range Options
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To Control Trigger Options
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General Inspection
After you get a new DM3000 Digital Multimeter, you are suggested the following
steps to inspect the instrument.
1. Inspect the shipping container for damage.
Keep a damaged shipping container or cushioning material until the contents of
the shipment have been checked for completeness and the instrument has been
checked mechanically and electrically.
2. Check the accessories.
Accessories supplied with the instrument are listed in "Appendix B" in Chapter 6.
If the contents are incomplete or damaged, please notify your RIGOL Sales
Representative.
3.
Inspect the instrument.
In case any mechanical damage or defect, or if the instrument does not operate
properly or pass performance tests, notify your RIGOL Sales Representative.
If the shipping container is damaged, or the cushioning materials show signs of
stress, notify the carrier as well as your RIGOL sales office. Keep the shipping
materials for the carrier’s inspection.
RIGOL offices will arrange for reparation or replacement at RIGOL’s option without
waiting for claim settlement.
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Handle Adjustment
To adjust the handle position of DM3000 Digital Multimeter, please grip the handle by
the sides and pull it outward. Then, make the handle rotate to the desired position.
The operation methods are shown in the graphs 1-1, 1-2, 1-3.
Figure 1-1
Figure 1-2
Viewing Positions
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Carrying Position
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The Front/Rear Panel and User Interface
After you get a new DM3000 Digital Multimeter, first, you need to clear how to
operate the front panel of the DM3000 correctly. This chapter will make a brief
introduction and description for the operation and functions of the Front Panel.
The front panel of the DM3000 is very simple and clear for users operation. The front
panel include direction buttons and functions buttons.
LCD Display
On/Off
USB Host
District Purple:
Measurement
Function Keys
District Yellow:
Trigger Control Keys
Direction Keys
Menu Operation Blue Direction:
Keys
Function Selective Current Input Terminal
Keys
Figure 1-4
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Current Input Fuse
VMC
GPIB
(IEEE--488)
10/100
Ethernet
Power Socket
Differential
USB Device RS--232 Power Fuse
AC Voltage
Multiplexer Interface
Selector
Ext Trigger
Figure 1-5
Range
Digits
resolving
index
Local/Remote
Operation
Current
Measurement
Measurement
Data Display
Parameters
Name
Parameters
Display
Operation
Menu
Figure 1-6
The interface explanation
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How the definitions express in this book:
In this book, the regarding keys writing expression has the same log with the
keys on the front panel. It is noteworthy that the menu operates keys, marking with
the belt shadow. For example, Conti indicates the short circuit option in menu
.
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To Measure DC Voltage
In view of DC voltage measurement function, the following part demonstrated how
to link the measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The
following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the DC Voltage
measurement technique.
Figure 1-7
DC Voltage measurement data interface
Table 1-1 DC Voltage measurement characteristics
Five Range
Max Resolution
200mV, 2V, 20V, 200V, 1000V
100nV
Import Protection
1000V on all ranges (HI Terminal)
Configurable
Parameters
Range, DC impedance, Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-8 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the DC Voltage measurement function.
3. According to the voltage measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Setup the DC impedance.
Press
Æ Res, to setup the DC input impedance. Default value of the DC
input impedance will be 10MΩ, this parameter had been setup, and users may carry
on the DC Voltage measurement directly without modification.
5. Set the Null value.
Null computing will be an option operation; it could be setup in accordance with
user demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
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required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
6. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
DC Voltage
Figure 1-8
DC Voltage measurement instruction chart
7.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-9
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with press Save softkey.
Note
If the users cannot predict the scope of the measurement, please choose Auto
range to obtain more accurate measurement data.
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To Measure AC Voltage
In view of AC voltage measurement function, the following part demonstrated how
to link the measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The
following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the AC Voltage
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measurement technique. (The AC functions only support 5 2 digits measurement.)
Figure 1-10
AC Voltage measurement data interface
Table 1-2 DC Voltage measurement characteristics
Five Range
Max Resolution
Import Protection
Configurable
Parameters
200mV, 2V, 20V, 200V, 750V
100nV
750VRMS on all ranges (HI Terminal)
Range, DC impedance, Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-11 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the AC Voltage measurement function.
3. According to the voltage measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Setup the DC impedance.
Press
Æ Filter, to setup the AC Filter Bandwidth. Default value of the AC
Filter Bandwidth will be 10MΩ, this parameter had been setup, and users may carry
on the AC Voltage measurement directly without modification.
5. Set the Null value.
Null computing will be an option operation, could be setup in accordance with
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users’ demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
6. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
AC Voltage
Figure 1-11
AC Voltage measurement instruction chart
7.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-12
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with press Save softkey.
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To Measure DC Current
In view of DC current measurement function, the following part demonstrated how
to link the measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The
following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the DC Current
measurement technique.
Figure 1-13
DC Current measurement data interface
Table 1-3 DC Current measurement characteristics
Five Range
Max Resolution
Import Protection
Configurable
Parameters
2mA, 20mA, 200mA, 1A, 10A
10nA
10A, 250V Current Input Fuse on rear
panel
Range, Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-14 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO terminal.
2. Press
to select the DC Current measurement function.
3. According to the current measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Set the Null value.
Null computing will be an option operation, could be setup in accordance with
user demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
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5.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
DC Current
Figure 1-14
DC Current measurement instruction chart
6.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-15
The history data
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with pressing the Save softkey.
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To Measure AC Current
In view of AC current measurement function, the following part demonstrated how to
link the measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The
following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the AC Current
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measurement technique. (The AC functions only support 5 2 digits measurement.)
Figure 1-16
AC Current measurement data interface
Table 1-4 AC Current measurement characteristics
Five Range
Max Resolution
Import Protection
Configurable
Parameters
20mA, 200mA, 1A, 10A
100nA
10A, 250V Current Input Fuse on rear
panel
Range, Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-17 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO terminal.
2. Press
to select the DC Current measurement function.
3. According to the current measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Setup the DC impedance.
Press
Æ Filter, to setup the AC Filter Bandwidth. Default value of the AC
Filter Bandwidth will be “Mid”(Middle), this parameter had been setup, and the users
may carry on the AC Voltage measurement directly without modification.
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5.
Set the Null setting value.
Null computing will be an option operation, could be setup in accordance with
user demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
6. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
AC Current
Figure 1-17
AC Current measurement instruction chart
7.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-18
The history data
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with pressing the Save softkey.
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To Measure Resistance
In view of Resistance measurement function, the following part demonstrated how
to link the measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The
following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the Resistance
measurement technique. Resistance measurement methods include 2-Wire
Resistances Measurement and 4-Wire Resistances Measurement; we will
perform to explain separately.
2-Wire Resistance Measurement
Figure 1-19
Table 1-5 Resistance measurement characteristics
Seven Range
Max Resolution
Open-circuit
Voltage
Import Protection
Configurable
Parameters
200Ω, 2kΩ, 20kΩ, 200kΩ, 1MΩ, 10MΩ, 100MΩ
100uΩ
<5V
1000V on all ranges (HI Terminal)
Range, Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-20 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the 2-Wire Resistance Measurement.
3. According to the resistance measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Set the Null value
Null computing will be an option operation, could be setup in accordance with
user demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
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required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
5. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Resistance
Figure 1-20
2-Wire Resistance Measurement instruction chart
6.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-21
The history data
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with pressing the Save softkey.
NOTE
When measuring small value resistance, Null operation will be recommended, the
test wire impedance error could be eliminated.
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4-Wire Resistance Measurement
Figure 1-22
Table 1-6 Resistance measurement characteristics
Seven Range
Max Resolution
Open-circuit
Voltage
200Ω, 2kΩ, 20kΩ, 200kΩ, 1MΩ, 10MΩ, 100MΩ
100uΩ
<5V
(1). 200VPK
Import Protection
(2). 1000V on all ranges (HI Terminal)
(3). 200V on all ranges (HI Sense, LO Sense)
Configurable
Parameters
Range, Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-23 shown. Red test leads connect the HI Terminal,
Black test leads connect the LO Terminal.
2. Press
twice to select the 4-Wire Resistance Measurement.
3. According to the resistance measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Set the Null setting value.
Null computing will be an optional operation, it could be setup in accordance
with users’ demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is
not required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
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5.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
4-Wire Sense HI
Resistance
4-Wire Sense LO
Figure 1-23
4-Wire Resistance Measurement instruction chart
6.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-24
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function,
you can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with pressing the Save softkey.
NOTE
When measuring resistances, you could not touch both ends of the resistance. It
will cause the measurement inaccurate.
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To Measure Capacitance
In view of DC voltage measurement function, the following part demonstrated how
to link the measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The
following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the DC Voltage
measurement technique.
Figure 1-25
Capacitance measurement data interface
Table 1-7 Capacitance measurement characteristics
Six Range
Max Resolution
Import Protection
Configurable
Parameters
2nF, 20nF, 200nF, 2uF, 20uF, 200uF
0.1pF
1000V on all ranges (HI Terminal)
Range, Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-26 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the Capacitance measurement function.
3. According to the capacitance measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Set the Null value.
Null computing will be an optional operation, could be setup in accordance with
user demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
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5.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Capacitance
Figure 1-26
Capacitance measurement instruction chart
6. Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-27
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with pressing the Save softkey.
NOTE
Before measuring the electrolytic capacitance, you should make the two legs of the
electrolytic capacitance short circuit and let it be discharged, and then you can
measure it.
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To Test Continuity
In view of Continuity measurement function, the following part demonstrated how to
link the measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The
following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the Continuity
measurement technique.
Figure 1-28
Table 1-8 Continuity measurement characteristics
Tests Current
Max Resolution
Open-circuit Voltage
Import Protection
Configurable Parameters
1mA
Range fixed at 2KΩ
<5V
1000V (HI Terminal)
0≤Rtesting≤Short-circuit impedance
(0Ω≤Short-circuit impedance≤2kΩ)
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-29 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the Continuity Measurement.
3. Setup the Short-circuit resistance.
Press
Æ Res, to set up the Short-circuit Impedance. Default value of the
Short-circuit Impedance will be 10MΩ, this parameter had been setup, and the user
may carry on the Continuity measurement directly without modification.
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4.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
I
Open or Closed Circuit
Figure 1-29
Continuity Measurement instruction chart
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To Check Diodes
In view of Check Diodes function, the following part demonstrated how to link the
measurement connection and how to choose measurement functions. The following
practice will gradually guide you to be familiar with the Check Diodes technique.
Figure 1-30
Table 1-9 Check Diodes characteristics
Tests Current
Max Resolution
Open-circuit Voltage
Import Protection
Configurable Parameters
1mA
Range fixed at 2VDC
<5V
1000V (HI Terminal)
0.3V≤Vmeasured≤2V
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-31 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the Check Diodes.
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3.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to check.
I
Forward Bias
Figure 1-31
Check Diodes instruction chart
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To Measure Frequency and Period
In view of Frequency and Period Measurement function, the following part
demonstrated how to link the measurement connection and how to choose
measurement functions. The following practice will gradually guide you to be familiar
with the Frequency and Period Measurement technique.
Frequency Test
Figure 1-32
Table 1-10 Frequency Test characteristics
Range
Measurement Range
Input Signal Range
Import Protection
Configurable Parameters
200mV, 2V, 20V, 200V, 750V
3Hz~300kHz
100mVAC ~ 750VAC
750VRMS on all ranges (HI Terminal)
Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-33 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the Frequency Test.
3. Set the Null value.
Null computing will be an option operation, could be setup in accordance with
user demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
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4.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to check.
AC Signal
Figure 1-33
Frequency Test instruction chart
5.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-34
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with pressing the Save softkey.
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Period Test
Figure 1-35
Table 1-10 Period Test characteristics
Range
Measurement Range
Input Signal Range
Import Protection
Configurable Parameters
200mV, 2V, 20V, 200V, 750V
0.33s ~ 3.3us
100mVAC~750VAC
750VRMS on all ranges (HI Terminal)
Null value
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-36 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
twice to select the Period Test.
3. Set the Null value.
Null computing will be an optional operation, could be setup in accordance with
users’ demand. If user does not implement Null computing, this parameter is not
required, direct implementation of the next step.
(To know the specific setting methods of the Null value setting, please refer to
Chapter 2 “To Set Up Measurement Parameters”, Null computing)
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4.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to check.
AC Signal
Figure 1-36
Period Test instruction chart
5.
Measurement history data processing.
Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-37
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” and “Graph” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data
with pressing the Save softkey.
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To Measure Arbitrary Sensor
To set an arbitrary sensor, you will need to set the sensor name, sensor type, sensor
physical unit, sensor reference data, and arithmetic.
Figure 1-38
Table 1-11 Period Test characteristics
New
Newly built sensor reference data file
Edit
Edit a sensor reference data file
Load
Load a sensor reference data file
Display
Set display mode
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 1-54, 1-55 shown. Red test leads connect the HI
Terminal, Black test leads connect the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the Sensor function.
3. Press New, enter the newly- built sensor reference data file interface.
Figure 1-39
(1). In New function interface, you are allowed to edit the sensor Name, sensor Type
and physical value Unit of the sensor.
Figure 1-40
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Press Name button, you are allowed to create a name for the sensor reference value
document.
Figure 1-41
Press Type button, you are allowed to select the sensor type, include: DCV, DCI,
2-Wire resistance, and frequency.
Figure 1-42
Press Unit button, you are allowed to select the physical unit, include: ℃, Pa, % , °,
and F.
Figure 1-43
In New interface, press Define button to build the reference value table. The
reference value documents for each kind of sensor are different, so you need input
reference value in abundance.
Figure 1-43
Press Add button, you are allowed to input the Measured and Corresponding value to
reference value data. In order be suitable for the different type sensor, the reference
value is able to separate into several SEGment in accordance with the different
algorithms.
Figure 1-44
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Figure 1-45
Figure 1-46
Press SEG button, you are allowed to segment the reference value with different
arithmetic.
Press Arith button select the algorithms to Line or Curve.
Figure 1-47
Figure 1-48
Press
return to New interface then press Done button, you have finished the
input work, then you can use this sensor reference immediately, or you can save it
into the built-in storage space or your U-disk for the future work.
Figure 1-49
Press Apply button, to use this reference value file.
Press Save to save the file.
Figure 1-50
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Press Save button, to finish the save operation.
Figure 1-51
Press Apply button, to start the sensor measurement.
Figure 1-52
(2). Press Edit button, enter the edit function. With this function you can edit the
sensor reference value file that you had saved.
(3). Press Load button, enter the store function interface, you can load the sensor
reference file you had saved.
(4). Press Disp button, you can choose which value will be shown on the display
interface.
(5). Press History, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 1-53
To check or save the data that has measured by current measurement function, you
can use the history function. In this function you can get the “Info” (information),
“List” of this measurement. Also, you can save this information data with pressing
the Save button.
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4.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to check.
Sensor
Figure 1-54
Voltage, Resistance, and Frequency mode sensor instruction chart
Sensor
Figure 1-55
Current mode sensor instruction chart
Figure 1-56
Choosing interfaces of measure and correspond value
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To Choose Digits resolving index
The digits resolving index (the accurate of reading) differentiates 4 1/2, 5 1/2, 6 1/2
three kinds. Three kinds of digits resolving index are suitable for all measurement
function.
Reduce the index
Increases the index
Figure 1-57
The digits resolving index Choice Keys
Methods:
In the main interface, use left and right direction key to adjust the digits resolving
index. Press left button to lower accuracy, press right button to upper accuracy.
The digits resolving index Selection
(1). Each precision of the measure function can be set separately without influence.
(2). Choose the reading precision of 6 1/2 bit when measuring AC for the best.
(3). Store the digits resolving index in volatile memory.
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To Choose Data Digit Display
Function is used to set up data display digit. It has 5, 6, 7 three kinds of data
digit display choice. The default display digit is 5.
Figure 1-58
The data digits is 7
Figure 1-59
The data digits is 6
Figure 1-60
The data digits is 5
NOTE
In high-accuracy measurement, if users need to show less data digit, it can show
fewer digits for user-friendly reading.
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Choose Range Options
To choose measurement range may complete through the manual choice and the
automatic determination two methods. The automatic determination is user-friendly,
but if you want to obtain a better performance you should choose the range in
manual choice.
Increased range
Automatic
selection range
Reduced range
Figure 1-61
Choice Range Options Keys
Methods 1:
In the main interface, use up and down direction key to adjust the Range. Press Up
to increase the range, press Down to reduce the range.
Press
key, start the automatic determination.
Methods 2:
In the main interface, use the menu option keys to adjust the range.
Figure 1-62
Choice Range Options Menu
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Table 1-12 Choice Range Option Menu
Option Menu
Explain
Auto
Started automatically adjustment range, and
banned manually adjustment range.
Manually+
Started manually increased range, and banned
automatically adjustment range.
Manually-
Started manually reduced range, and banned
automatically adjustment range.
Quit
Save all changes, end the current operation,
hidden the menu. When the menu was hidden,
press this key to show the menu.
Operation Explanation:
• When the input signal is beyond the current scope of the measurement range, the
multimeter will show “OVER RANGE”.
• After restarting and remote- replacement, range options will turn back default
option “Automatic choice range”.
• When testing the Continuity and Checking the diodes, the range option are fixed.
The range of Continuity is 2KΩ while the diodes are 2VDC.
NOTE
Other functions of the direction keys:
In measurement parameters setting menu, press the up and down keys to choose
setting areas.
In data input interface, press up and down keys to change the number.
In data input interface, press left and right keys to change the different digits.
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To Control Trigger Options
Press
or
to trigger the multimeter. When you start the multimeter, the
Key will turn light, it means this function is running.
Figure 1-63
Trigger Control Keys
Multimeter triggering options include Automatically, Single and Hold.
Auto Triggering
Press
key once, it will takes continuous readings at the fastest rate possible for
the specified measurement configuration.
Single Triggering
Press
key, The multimeter takes one reading, or a number of readings specified
by a sample count you enter.
Holding Triggering
Press
key. The reading- hold mode allows you to capture and hold a stable
reading on the front panel display.
NOTE
Press
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key, in Remote Mode, by switching back to the local mode.
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Chapter 2
Operating Your Multimeter
By now you have got a brief understanding of DM3000 series with the front/rear
panel, every function control area and keys. You should also know how to determine
the setup of the multimeters by viewing the status bar.
This chapter takes you through all groups of front-panel buttons and menus. You will
also further your knowledge of the operation instruction by reading this guide.
We recommend you perform all of the following exercises, so that you could get the
most of the powerful measurement capabilities of your multimeters.
This chapter covers the following topics:
„
To Set up Measurement Parameters
(
)
„
To Make Mathematics Operation
(
)
„
To Set up Trigger System
(
)
„
To Save and Recall
(
)
„
To Set up Utility
(
)
„
To Set up High-speed data acquisition
(
)
„
Use the built-in help system
(
)
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To Set up Measurement Parameters
Press
key to operate the Measurement Parameters Menu. Use the measurement
parameters menu to set up the measurement parameters. The default parameters
had been set up by RIGOL, users may carry on any measurement operation directly,
and users also can set up any measurement parameters as their wish.
The measurement parameters menu include: Conti, Filter, Res, Null, and Ratio. To
change these parameters, satisfy the dissimilar condition of the measurement
request.
Figure 2-1
Table 2-1
Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Conti
Set up the resistance value in short test.
Filter
Choose the AC filter bandwidth.
Res
Choose the DC voltage input resistance.
Null
Set up null value.
Ratio
Measured the ratio of two DC voltage signal.
Freq
Measured the frequency of AC signal.
Save all changes, and end the current operation.
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Continue Resistance
To set up the continue resistance value in the short test, when the test resistance
below the continue resistance value, the DM3000 will judge whether the circuit is
connected or not. The continue resistance is only using at Continue Test.
Press
Æ Conti, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-2
Use direction keys to change the parameter values:
Press left and right key to choose different digits. Press up and down key to change
the current digital value.
Continue Resistance
The range of continue resistance is 1Ω~1000Ω. The default value is 10Ω.
The continue resistance stored in the easy-lost memorizer, the resistance still keep
when the power is off.
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AC Filter
There are three kinds of AC Filter. Choose correct filter may make the measurement
more accuracy. This function could only be used in AC Voltage and AC Current
measurement.
Press
Æ Filter, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-3
Table 2-2
AC Filter Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Slow
Set up the filter with low speed.
Mid
Set up the filter with to middle speed.
Fast
Set up the filter with high speed.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
Table 2-3
AC Filter Parameters Characteristics
AC Filter Options
Input Frequency
Setting Timer
Slow
3Hz~300kHz
1.2 reading/s
Mid
20Hz~300kHz
0.5 reading/s
Fast
200Hz~300kHz
0.3 reading/s
AC Filter
The AC Filter Parameters are saved in the volatile memory, the data will lose when
the power is off.
The default value of AC Filter Parameters is “Mid” (middle).
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DC Input Resistance
To choose DC voltage current measuring input resistance value. The parameters
include 10MΩ and >10GΩ. The default resistance is 10MΩ, but for 200mV, 2V, 20V
measuring ranges may choose >10MΩ for getting a greater measurement value.
Press
Æ Res, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-4
Table 2-4
DC Input Resistance Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
10MΩ
>10GΩ
Explanation
Set up the DC Input Resistance to 10MΩ.
Set up the DC Input Resistance to >10GΩ.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
DC input resistance selection:
(1). While the DC input resistance is selected to 10MΩ, the input resistance of all
measurement range is 10MΩ;
(2). While the DC input resistance is selected to >10GΩ, the input resistance of
200mV, 2V and 20V measurement range is >10GΩ; 200V and 1000V
measurement range will be still keep 10MΩ input resistance.
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Null Measurement
The DM3000 allows separate null settings to be saved for each of the following
measurement functions: dc voltage, ac voltage, dc current, ac current, resistance,
frequency/period, and capacitance.
When making null measurements, each reading is different between a stored
(selected or measured) null value and the input signal. One possible application is to
increase the accuracy of two–wire resistance measurements by nulling the test lead
resistance. Null the leads are particularly important prior to making capacitance
measurements. The formula used for calculating null measurements is:
Result = reading - null value
The null value is adjustable, and you can set it to any value between 0 and ±120% of
the highest range, for the present function.
Press
Æ Null, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-5
Table 2-5
Null Measurement Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Current
The current measured value will be the setting value.
Clear
On/Off
Set the value to be zero.
Turn the Null function on or off.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Null measurement parameters setting methods:
(1). In operation interface press Null button, use the current value to Null value;
(2). To select Zero function. Start null function, the multimeter will use the current
value to Null value.
(3). In Null setting display interface, it uses the Direction Keys to input the setting
null value.
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Ratio Measurement
Ratio measurement is used to measure the ratio of 2 directions DC voltage signal.
Ratio measurement is only for measuring DC voltage.
Press
Æ Ratio, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-6
Table 2-6
Ratio Measurement Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
ON
Open the Ratio Measurement Function.
OFF
Close the Ratio Measurement Function.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
The method of the radio measurement:
Ratio=
DC⋅ Voltage
Voltage
DC
DC
frenceVaol
tage
DCRe
Reference
Voltage
(1). Measuring Sense Terminal, for measuring reference DC voltage. Default range
option is auto.
(2). Measuring Input Terminal, for measuring DC voltage. The measuring voltage
scope is 0V~1000V.
(3). Input LO Terminal and Sense LO Terminal must have a common reference
value, and the voltage difference cannot surpass ±2V.
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Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 2-7 shown. Red test leads connect the HI Terminal,
Black test leads connect the LO Terminal.
2. Press
to select the DC Voltage measurement function.
3. According to the voltage measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Set up the DC Ratio Measurement.
Press
Æ Ratio Æ On, to start the DC Ratio Measurement.
Press
to save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
5. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Signal
Voltage
Reference
Voltage
Figure 2-7
Ratio Measurement instruction chart
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Frequency Measurement
Frequency measurement function is only used for measuring the frequency of an AC
signal (AC voltage and AC current).
Press
Æ Freq, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-8
Table 2-7
Function
Menu
Ratio Measurement Menu Explanation
Explanation
ON
Open the Frequency Measurement Function
OFF
Close the Frequency Measurement Function
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
Basic measurement:
1. Connect test leads as Figure 2-9 shown. Red test lead connects the HI Terminal,
Black test lead connects the LO Terminal.
2. Press
or
to select the AC voltage or current measurement function.
3. According to the voltage measuring scope, choose the correct range.
4. Set up the DC Ratio Measurement.
Press
Æ Freq Æ On, to start the AC Frequency Measurement.
Press
to save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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5.
Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
AC Voltage
Figure 2-9
AC Current
Figure 2-10
Figure 2-11
Frequency measurement display interface
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Math Functions
Press
key, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-12
The DM3000 provides five math functions: Null, statistic, dB, dBm and Limit testing.
Only one of these math functions can be enabled at a time and remains in effect until
you turn it off or change it.
In Math function interface, you could choose the math function that you want to use.
Then press On to start the Math function that you have chosen.
Math functions are used by union basic measurement function. However, not all
combinations are effective. If the math function you selected does not support the
measurement function you have just choose, the math function will automatic turn
off.
Table 2-8
Math Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Settings
Reading statistic functions, including: Max, Min,
Average, and Reading Count.
Statistic
The dB measurement is the difference between
the input signal and a stored relative value.
The dBm function is logarithmic, and is based on
a calculation of power delivered to a reference
resistance.
The limit test function enables you to perform
pass/fail testing to upper and lower limits that
you specify.
dB
dBm
Limit
ON/OFF
Explanation
ON
OFF
Turn on Math function.
Turn off Math function.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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The Math function does not used for all basic measurement function. The table
2-9 showed the effective functions combination.
Table 2-9
Math Functions is used for basic measuring function applicable scope
Supported the Math function
Measurement
Function
Total
dB
dBm
Limit
DC Voltage
Support
Support
Support
Support
AC Voltage
Support
Support
Support
Support
DC Current
Support
Support
AC Current
Support
Support
2-Wire
Resistance
Support
Support
4-Wire
Resistance
Support
Support
Frequency
Support
Support
Period
Support
Support
Ratio
Support
Support
Capacitance
Support
Support
Continuity
Diodes
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Math Functions Selective
The DM3000 provides five math functions: Null measurements, Total
measurements, dB measurements, dBm measurements, and Limit testing. Only one
of these math functions can be enabled at the same time, and remains in effect until
you turn it off or change it.
Press
key, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-13
Table 2-10 Math Functions Menu Function Explanation
Function
Menu
Settings
Reading statistic functions, including: Max, Min,
Average, and Reading Count.
Statistic
The dB measurement is the difference between
the input signal and a stored relative value.
The dBm function is logarithmic, and is based on
a calculation of power delivered to a reference
resistance.
The limit test function enables you to perform
pass/fail testing to upper and lower limits that
you specify.
dB
dBm
Limit
ON/OFF
Explanation
ON
OFF
Turn on Math function.
Turn off Math function.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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1. Statistic Measurement
The Statistic function allows to measure the following measurement functions: dc
voltage, ac voltage, dc current, ac current, resistance, frequency/period, and
capacitance.
From the front panel, you can view the following statistical data for any set of
readings: average (Ave), maximum (Max), minimum (Min), and you can read all of
these with All functions and the number of samples taken (Count).
Press
Æ Stats, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-14
Table 2-11
Statistic Measurement Menu Function Explanation
Function Menu
Explanation
Max (Maximum)
Statistical measurement all reading Max value.
Min (Minimum)
Statistical measurement all reading Min value.
Ave (Average)
Statistical measurement all reading Average value.
All
Statistical measurement all the number of readings.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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2. Limit Measurement
The Limit test function enables you to perform pass/fail testing to upper and lower
limits that you specify. You can set the upper and lower limits to any value between
0 and ±120% of the highest range, for the present function. The upper limit you
select must be a more positive number than the lower limit.
Press
Æ Limit, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-15
Table 2-12 Limit Measurement Menu Function Explanation
Function
Menu
Settings
Explanation
High
Set the desired Upper limit.
Low
Set the desired Lower limit.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
The parameters value scope of Limit function:
(1). The limit value scope is 0%~±120% of the current measurement range.
(2). The upper limit value should be always bigger than the lower limit value.
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3. dB Measurement
The dB function applies to AC voltage and DC voltage measurements only.
Each dB measurement is different between the input signal and a stored relative
value, with both values converted to dBm.
Press
Æ dB, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-16
Table 2-13 dB Measurement Function Menu Function Explanation
Function
Menu
Default
Explanation
Use the default value.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
dB =10xLog10 [ (Reading2 / RREF) / 0.001W ] – (dB setting value)
The relative value can take any value between 0 dBm and ±200.0 dBm.
The default relative value is 10 dBm. You can either let the instrument automatically
measure this value, or you can enter a specified value.
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4. dBm Measurement
This function applies to AC voltage and DC voltage measurements only.
The dBm function is logarithmic, and is based on a calculation of power delivered to
a reference resistance, relative to 1 milliwatt.
Press
Æ dBm, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-17
Table 2-14 dB Measurement Function Menu Function Explanation
Function
Menu
Default
Explanation
Use the default value.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
The computation method of the dBm:
dBm = 10 x Log10 [ (Reading2 / RREF) / 0.001W ]
RREF expressed measuring the resistance value in the actual electric circuit.
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To Set Up Triggering Parameter Function
The DM3000 triggering system allows you to generate triggers either manually or
automatically, take multiple readings per trigger. The DM3000 also allows you to set
a level for internal triggering, and to set up pre-triggering.
Selecting a Trigger Source
Specify the source from which the multimeter will accept a trigger. The power–on
default is auto triggering from the front panel. Several types of triggering are
described in the sections that follow.
The power–on trigger default mode was auto trigger (RUN) mode. Press
to go
to the hold trigger mode. Press
to go to the single trigger mode. A single
reading is taken, and another reading is taken each time you press
, or when a
hardware trigger is received on the Ext Trig connector.
Figure 2-18
Table 2-15 Trigger Parameters Setting Menu Function Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Auto
Setting system fixed time Auto trigger and reading
Hold scope parameters.
Single
Setting Single manual trigger parameter.
Ext
Setting the reading Hold scope.
VMC
Setting the pulse width of sampling ending signal.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Auto Triggering
Auto triggering takes continuous readings at the fastest rate possible for the
specified measurement configuration (function, range, resolution, and so forth).
Auto trigger is a default trigger mode when the multimeter power-on.
Press
Æ Auto, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-19
Table 2-16 Auto Trigger Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Interval
Setting
Explanation
Set interval time in 400~2000ms.
Hold
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
Interval time:
You can manually specify a delay between the trigger signal and the first sample
that follows. This may be useful in applications where you want to allow the input
signal to settle before taking a reading, or for pacing a burst of readings.
•
•
•
•
The trigger delay may be set from 400 to 2000 ms.
The continuity and diode test functions ignore the trigger delay segment.
If a trigger delay is not manually set, the default trigger delay is automatically set.
If you manually specify a trigger delay, that delay is used for all measurement
functions (except continuity and diode test).
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Reading Hold
The reading hold mode allows you to capture and hold a stable reading on the front
panel display. This is useful in situations when you want to take a reading, remove
the test probes, and have the reading remain on the display. When a stable reading
is detected the reading will hold on the display. Hold scope include 0.01%, 0.1%, 1%,
and 10%.
Press
Æ Auto Æ Hold, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-20
Table 2-17 Reading Hold Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
On/Off
Turn on/off the reading hold function.
0.01%
Set the hold scope is 0.01%.
0.1%
Set the hold scope is 0.1%.
1%
Set the hold scope is 1%.
10%
Set the hold scope is 10%.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Reading Hold Function
Start the Reading Hold Function, the hold measurement use the following rules
judge the reading count:
When Max() - Min() ≤ hold scope x ReadingN, the multimeter hold ReadingN on the
display.
The display update a new reading was based on the current value of reading and the
following three readings before the reading was hold:
Max (ReadingN, ReadingN-1, ReadingN-2, ReadingN-3)
Min (ReadingN, ReadingN-1, ReadingN-2, ReadingN-3)
NOTE
When reading hold started, the input resistance was automatism set to 10MΩ for all
DC voltage range. This set-up is conducive to reducing noise arising from the
open-loop testing.
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Single Triggering
The multimeter takes one reading, or a number of readings specified by a sample
count you enter, each time you press.
Press
Æ Single, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-21
Table 2-18
Single Trigger Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Single
Set a sample count, the default sample count is 1.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
Sample Count
While the multimeter receives a single trigger single, the multimeter takes one
reading or a number of readings.
The number of sample count scope from 1 to 50,000. The factory default is 1.
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External Triggering
is used to set the parameter which accomplish the triggering function, the
external triggering function needs to set the following parameter: the Rise edge, the
Fall edge, HiLev (high level) and LoLev (low level). After ensuring the setting is
correct, press Done to startup the external triggering, the key
and
on the
front panel will wink out, it means that the instrument has been working in the
external triggering mode.
Press
Æ Ext, enter the following menu.
Figure 2-22
The interface of the external triggering
Users could set the triggering mod as the following: the rise edge, the fall edge, high
level and low level.
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To start up the triggering function
Auto, hold and Single trigger can switch by using
triggering interface to startup the external triggering.
and
, press
on the
Figure 2-23
The interface of the external triggering
After the external triggering start, the key
wink out.
and
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To Set up the VMC
Once in the external triggering mode, when the data sampling is over, the instrument
outputs a pulse signal pass the signal over-put port (VM Comp) on the rear panel. By
setting the output, the pulse width can be intercalated.
Press
Æ VMC, enter the following menu. Output the export Terminal.
Figure 2-24
Table 2-19
The interface of the external triggering(polarity: positive)
Function
Menu
Setting
Explanation
Polar
Pos
Neg
Setting the pulse signal’s polarity.
PWidth
Setting the pulse width.
Store the changing and return.
Export the VMC function setting range
(1). Once in the external triggering mode, when the data sampling is over, the
instrument will export a pulse signal and hint over.
(2). Once in the external triggering mode, when operate the math limited value,
the instrument will export a pulse signal and hint it has over pass.
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Store and Recall
To use the Storage and Recall function, you can save, load, and delete the
measurement data, parameters and sensor documents in the local storage. And also
you can do the same operation in USB storage.
Press
key, and enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-25
Table 2-20
Function
Menu
Disk
Storage and Recall Function Menu Explanation
Setting
C:\ (Local)
A:\ (U-Disk)
Explanation
Choose Local or U-Disk storage.
Data/
Type
Parameters/
Sensor
Choose the type of the files shown.
…
Read
Load the documents you have selected.
Save
Save the document to the location which you
have selected.
Erase
Delete the document which you have selected.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Local/U-Disk Storage
Local storage block is built-in the multimeter. The U-Disk storage will be a USB flash
disk.
Press
key, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-26
Table 2-21
Function
Menu
Storage and Recall Function Menu Explanation
Setting
Explanation
Choose Local storage or U-Disk rout.
Explore
Sys Setting/
Meas Data/
Type
Data log/
Choose the type of the files shown.
Sensor/
Sensor Data/
Scan Task
Read
Load the document you have selected.
Save
Save the document to the location which you
have selected.
Erase
Delete the document which you have selected.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Document Storage
In local/U-disk storage area, you allowed to save, load and delete parameter, data
and sensor documents.
Choose the storage area of the files
Press
Æ Disk, choose Local storage or U-Disk rout. Choose C:\, and the default
fype is “SysSetting”.
Figure 2-27
Choose the storage type of the files
Press
below:
Æ Type, choose the type “MeasData” of the files, into the menu shown
Figure 2-28
Press
below:
Æ Type, choose the type “Datalog” of the files, into the menu shown
Figure 2-29
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Press
Æ Type, choose the type “Sensor”, “SensorData”, “ScanTask” of the files,
into the menu shown below:
Figure 2-30
NOTE
Store, recall and delete use the same interface.
1)
2)
3)
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When choose different storage locations, Press Disk, to switch the store
location (C:\(Local) and A:\(U-Disk)).
When choose different files types, Press Type, to switch the file type (Data,
Parameter, and Sensor).
When operating the A disk, do not take off the U disk.
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Document Operation
Use the up and down buttons select the right document, then press U-Disk Read,
Save and Erase soft keys to do corresponding operation.
Figure 2-31
To save the document, you are allowed to name the document with letters and
numeral.
Figure 2-32
NOTE
1)
2)
3)
Use the up/down key to choose the cursor position: for switching the area of
filename and input method.
The cursor will wink at the position of the current operation area.
The delete function can only delete the letter on which the cursor taking place.
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To Set Up the Utility
In utility function set up menu, the function of various parameters related system set
up, include: system parameters, interface parameters, self-test, and calibration.
Figure 2-33
Table 2-22
Utility Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
2-32
Explanation
I/O
To set up I/O parameters.
Sys
To set up system information configuration.
T/C
Test function.
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System settings
Press
Æ System, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-34
The interface of setting the system function
Table 2-23 System Settings Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Lang
Select the display interface languages.
Disp
Set up the display.
Sound
Switch beeper sound On/Off.
Clock
Set up the benchmark clock.
Format
Cfg
Set up digit display format.
Set up or resume the system values.
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Select languages
DM3000 supports two kinds of languages for users.
Press
Æ Sys Æ Lang, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-35
Table 2-24
Function
Menu
System Settings Function Menu Explanation
Explanation
中文简
Select the Chinese Simplified.
English
Select the English.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Set Up the Display
Press
Æ Sys Æ Disp, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-36
Table 2-25
Display Settings Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Bright
Increase or decrease the display light with left and
right keys.
Contr
Increase or decrease the display contrast with left
and right keys.
Invert
Set to invert display mode.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Switch Beeper Sound
Press
Æ Sys Æ Sound, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-37
Sound On
Figure 2-38
Sound Off
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Set Up the Benchmark Clock
Press
Æ Sys Æ Clock, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-39
Data set interface
Figure 2-40
Time set interface
Table 2-26
Clock Settings Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Data
Set up the data.
Time
Set up the time.
Hide
Hide data and time display.
Done
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
Back to a higher level menu, without save.
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Set Up Digit Format
Press
Æ Sys Æ Format, and enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-41
Table 2-27 Digit Format Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Explanation
Radix
Point
Expresses radix point with
Separator
Expresses separator with
or
.
, space or none.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
Figure 2-42
“ ” express radix point, “ ” express separator
Figure 2-43
“ ” express radix point, “ ” express separator
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Figure 2-44
“ ” express radix point, none express separator
Figure 2-45
“ ” express radix point, “space” express separator
Figure 2-46
“ ” express radix point, “space” express separator
Notice:
The decimal and the separator cannot be the same mode, if the decimal is , then
the separator can only be , none of space; in contrarily, if the decimal is , then
the separator can only be , none of space.
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Set Up the I/O System
Press
Æ I/O, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-47
Table 2-28
Function
Menu
I/O Setting Function Menu Explanation
Explanation
LAN
Set up LAN interface.
GPIB
Set up GPIB I/O interface.
USB
Check USB interface ID.
RS232
Set up RS-232 I/O interface.
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Set Up LAN I/O Parameter
LAN Parameters You may choose to manually set the following parameters, as
described in the subsections that follow. Following these descriptions are procedures
for setting up a LAN configuration from the front panel and the remote interface.
•
•
•
•
•
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS Server
Host Name
Press
Æ I/O Æ LAN, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-48
Table 2-29
Function
Menu
LAN Parameter Function Menu Explanation
Setting
IP
DNS
Info
Explanation
Set IP address and others information.
Host Name/
Domain Name/
DNS address
Set the host name.
Set the domain name.
Set DNS address.
Examines the current LAN connection
information.
Save all changes, back to a higher level
menu.
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IP Settings
Press
Æ I/O Æ LAN Æ IP, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-49
DHCP On
Figure 2-50
DHCP Off
Table 2-30 IP Setting Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Setting
DHCP
ON/
OFF
Done
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Explanation
Automatically assigns the IP address
Manual assigns the IP address
Save all changes, back to a higher level
menu.
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DNS Setting
Press
Æ I/O Æ LAN Æ DNS, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-51
Table 2-31 DNS Setting Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Host
Setting
Explanation
Set the host name.
DN
Set the domain name.
DNS
Set the DNS address.
Done
Save all changes, back to a higher
level menu.
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Set Up GPIB I/O Parameter
Each device on the GPIB (IEEE–488) interface must have a unique address. You can
set the address of multimeter to any integral value between 0 and 30. The default
address is “1” when the instrument is shipped from the factory.
Press
Æ I/O Æ GPIB, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-52
Table 2-32
Function
Menu
GPIB I/O Setting Function Menu Explanation
Explanation
Save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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Set Up RS-232 I/O Parameters
Press
Æ I/O Æ RS232, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-53
Table 2-33 RS-232 Parameter Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Baud
Parity
Display
300
.
.
38400
None
Odd
Even
Explanation
Set RS-232 baud rate as 300,
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 or
38400.
The parity check include: None,
Odd check, and Even check.
Save all changes, back to a higher
level menu.
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High-speed Data Logger
High-speed data logger displaying areas include: display mode settings, start acquire
mode settings, and end acquire mode settings. When finish all settings, press
button to begin the high-speed data logger.
Setting high-speed data logger parameters
Press
button, enter the menu shown below:
Figure 2-54
The main interface of DataLog
Table 2-34
Function
Menu
Data Logger Parameter Setting Function Menu Explanation
Setting
Explanation
Log
Gather the data of DCV, DCI, 2WR or 4WR
continuously.
Scan
Use the scanning mode to test the
16-roads signals continuously.
Save all changes, back to a higher level
menu.
Notice: Once in the DataLog mod, do not use the Auto range option function but
choose the appropriate range option, thus the Log rates can be guaranteed.
Press Log, enter the data logger interface shown below.
Figure 2-55
The DataLog setting interface
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Table 2-35 Datalog menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Setting
Explanation
Sa/s
1/10m
1/5m
.
.
.
50k/s
To set the sample rate with 13 values from
1/10m to 50k/s.
Start
Trig
Delay
To set the sample manner to be Trig or delay.
Stop
Timer
REC#
To set the data measurement stop manner to
be timer or counter.
Run
Start logger the data.
Save all the changes, back to a higher level
menu.
Press
Æ Log Æ Sa/s, enter the interface shows below.
Figure 2-56
The DataLog rate setting interface
Press
Æ Log Æ Start, enter the interface shows below.
Figure 2-57
The DataLog start manner setting interface
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Press
Æ Log Æ Stop, enter the interface shows below.
Figure 2-58
The DataLog Stop manner setting interface
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1.DataLog rate
To set the DataLog sample rate.
Press
Æ Log Æ Sa/s, enter the interface shows below.
Figure 2-59
The Datalog rate setting interface
Table 2-36 The DataLog rate setting menu explanation
Function
Menu
1/10m
1/5m
.
.
50k/s
Setting
Explanation
To set the sample rate with 13 values from
1/10m to 50k/s.
Save all the changes, back to a higher level
menu.
The system has set 13 DataLog rates; it is convenient for the user.
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2.The start manner
To set a manner of the start condition and delay time of DataLog function.
Press
Æ Log Æ Start, enter the interface shows below.
Figure 2-60
The start condition setting interface
Table 2-37 The start condition setting menu explanation
Function
Menu
Trig
Setting
Manu
Ext
Delay
Explanation
To set the DataLog start manner to be
manual trigger.
To set the DataLog start manner to be
external trigger.
The latency time from trigger start to
beginning DataLog.
Save all the changes, back to a higher
level menu.
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External trigger
The multimeter receives a trigger source from the rear external “Ext Trig” Under the
External trigger mode.
Once under the External trigger mode the other trigger manner are prohibited
automatically.
Manual trigger
Press RUN button, under the Manual trigger mode, to obtain continuous data.
The default trigger mode is Manual trigger which has been set before leaving the
factory.
Start delay
The start delay time refers to the latency time from when the first sample finished to
the second sample start.
Press
Æ Log Æ Start Æ Delay, enter the interface shows below.
Figure 2-61
The menu of start manner interface
Table 2-38 The start delay menu explanation
Function
Menu
The set
value
Setting
Explanation
The default value of delay time is 0s, use the
direction key to set the time you need.
Save all the changes, back to a higher level
menu.
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3.The stop manner
To set the manner of stop DataLog.
Press
Æ Log Æ Stop, enter the interface shows below.
Figure 2-62
The stop condition menu interface
Table 2-39 The stop condition menu explanation
Function
Menu
Setting
Explanation
Timer
To set the time of DataLog, stop the sample
when the time is over.
REC#
To set the sample points of DataLog, stop
the sample when reach the set number.
Infinity
To set the DataLog don’t stop sampling.
Save all the changes, back to a higher level
menu.
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Multi-route Scanning
Choose
, in the menu of High-speed data sampling on the screen as figure 2-63
shows. Press Scan to set up the patrol inspecting function. The Scanning can
accomplish the task of New, Edit and Load, Press
Æ Scan, enter the Scanning
setting menu. The figure is as follows:
Figure 2-63
The main interface of Scanning
Table 2-40 the scanning menu explanation
Function
Menu
Setting
Explanation
New
Create a new Scan task.
Edit
Amend a stored Scan task.
Load
Load a stored Scan task.
Run
Implement the current Scan task.
Store the changing and return.
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1.Create a new patrol inspecting task
Press
below.
Æ Scan Æ New, enter the Scanning setting menu, the figure is shown
Figure 2-64
The main interface of setting Scanning
Table 2-41 the scanning task menu explanation
Function
Menu
Setting
Create the name of the new Scanning
Task.
Name
Task
Done
Explanation
Add the Scanning task one by one.
Save
Apply
Affirm the setting of accomplishing
the task and then stored or apply it
straightly.
Store the changing and return.
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To set up the name of the scanning task
Press Name, and enter the input interface as the figure shown below.
Figure 2-65
Where the cursor glittery is the item operating at the current time, use the up/down
key to switch the operating item.
Press Del, delete the letter when it was pitched on.
Figure 2-66
Press Done after the name was exported confirm using the name for this Scanning
task.
Figure 2-67
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To set up the scanning task
Press Task, enter the main interface to set up the scanning task.
Figure 2-68
Press Add, setting one of the entry in the scanning task.
Figure 2-69
Table 2-42 the task menu explanation
Function
Menu
Setting
Explanation
Chanl
Use the up/down key to select
which channel the task will use
Func
Select the measure function
Range
Select the proper range options
Res
Select the digits reading precision
Sa
Set the number of the sampling for
the task
Done
Store the changing and return
You can delete or edit the setting task if in need.
Figure 2-70
The appended task would be added at the end of the created scanning
table orderly, when it comes to deleting or editing, it means to operating
the current task.
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Press Done, choose Save or Apply after accomplish to set the needed task.
Figure 2-71
Press Save, enter the main interface of the scanning task, use the up/down key to
choose the location for storing the file.
Figure 2-72
Press Save, enter the edit interface of the filename, Input a feat filename so it can be
found out fleetly in the future.
Figure 2-73
Press Done, then the scanning file will be stored in the appointed location. (the U
disk operation is similar to the autochthonic, both of them should use the location to
choose and store in the disk A:\)
Figure 2-74
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If there is no need to store at the moment or store it later. Press Apply to scan and
measure.
Figure 2-75
Press Run, start up the current scanning task and begin to measure.
Figure 2-76
The instrument will measure the set of scanning tasks one by one after it is running.
Operation hint:
1. The system will exit the scanning function after the measure is over and return
the function interface before.
2. Press
while the scanning task is running for a few times, the current task
will stop.
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2.To edit the scanning task
Press Edit, enter the task editing interface.
Figure 2-77
Table 2-43
Function
Menu
Setting
Explanation
Last
Edit the scanning task which is
created but non-apply.
Current
Edit the applied scanning task.
Store the changing and return.
Option Explanation:
Last time:There is some error appear in the operation likely, thus the new-created
scan task interface will be quit and can not return for another task. In this case you
can enter the edit interface, choose editing Last and continue the operation before.
Current value:It is the last applied scanning task.
After choosing the object scanning task to edit, the later operation is the same as
creating a new scanning task, thus not specify again here.
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3. To load the scanning task
Press Load, enter the load interface of the scan task
Figure 2-78
Use the direction key to choose the scanning task file needs to load, and then press
Read to accomplish the task.
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How to Use the Built-in Help System
To use the built-in help system you can get a particularly help for every button on the
front panel.
Also you can press
button to get more information, to press
enter the menu shown below:
button, and
Figure 2-79
Table 2-44 Help Function Menu Explanation
Function
Menu
Select
Explanation
To select the help information you want.
Move up the cursor and select the help menu.
Move down the cursor and select the help menu.
Enter the last page help menu.
Enter the next page help menu.
Back to a higher level menu.
Notice: The arrowhead
and
are hidden before any operation is
token.
The method of obtaining the help of the keyword:
Use the up/down key to choose the relevant keyword in the help file, press
you
will get the help information.
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1.
Connect the test pen
Use to attain the method of how to connect the pen in different measurements.
2.
Measure
Use to attain the help of getting how many functions can get when using Meas.
3.
Math measure
Use to attain the help of how to operate the math measure function when using
Meas.
4.
Arbitrary sensor measure
5.
Use to attain the help of how to operate the arbitrary sensor measure.
6.
To set the DataLog
Use to attain the help of how to set the content when using Datalog.
7.
Storage and read
Use to attain the method of how to store and read the data/parameter/arbitrary
Sensors/scan task.
8.
To set the Utility
Use to attain the method of setting the Utility.
9.
I/O interface
Use to attain the method of setting the I/O interface.
10. Help on line
Press the key you need for help for 3 seconds at any operation interface, you will see
the explanation about the key.
11. To change the electric power fuse
Use to attain the method of how to change the electric power fuse.
12. Technique support
Use to attain the manners of getting the technique support.
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Chapter 3
Application & Examples
Example 1: Reading Statistic Functions
How to obtain the statistic of the maximum value read in the measurement.
When the total function is running, the first reading is taken the maximum value
shown on the display. When continuously measures many readings, the multimeters
renews the maximum value unceasingly.
Do these steps as follows:
1. Connect test leads as Chapter 1 introduced. Now we want to measure an AC
Voltage. Connect test leads as shown:
AC Voltage
Figure 3-1
2. Press
range.
button, select AC Voltage measurement function. Choose a correct
3. Set the Statistic measurement function parameters.
(1). Press
Æ Stats Æ Max, choose maximum value measurement.
(2). Press
, save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
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4. Start Statistical measurement.
(1). Press ON, turn on the Statistic measurement function.
(2). Press
, finish this setting.
5. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Figure 3-2
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Example 2: Elimination Test Leads Resistance Error
When measuring smaller resistance the test leads resistance causes the
measurement to have a great deviation. So we need to eliminate errors caused by
resistance test leads.
Do these steps as follow:
1.
Connect test leads as Chapter 1 introduced. Now we want to measure an AC
Voltage. Connect test leads as shown:
Resistance
Figure 3-3
2.
Press
button, select Resistance measurement function. And choose a
correct range.
3. Set the Null measurement function parameters.
(1). Make the test leads shorted.
(2). Press
Æ Null, set the Null setting value with current reading.
(3). Press
save this setting.
(4). Press
4.
button, finish the setting and back to a higher level menu.
In resistance measurement display interface, press Null, start Null function.
5. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
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Figure 3-4
Example 3: dB Measurement
Do these steps as follows:
1. Connect test leads as Chapter 1 introduced. Now we want to measure an AC
Voltage. Connect test leads as shown:
AC Voltage
Figure 3-5
2. Press
range.
button, select AC Voltage measurement function. Choose a correct
3. Set the Total measurement function parameters.
(1). Press
Æ dB, set the dB measurement setting value with the direction key.
(2). Press , save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
4. Start dB measurement.
(1). Press
Æ ON, turn on Total measurement function.
(2). Press
, finish this setting.
5. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Figure 3-6
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Example 4: dBm Measurement
Do these steps as follow:
1. Connect test leads as Chapter 1 introduced. Now we want to measure an AC
Voltage. Connect test leads as shown:
AC Voltage
Figure 3-7
2. Press
button, select Resistance measurement function. And choose a
correct range. Write down the reading count.
3. Press
button, select AC Voltage measurement function. And choose a
correct range.
4. Set the Total measurement function parameters.
(1). Press
Æ dBm, set the Resistance measurement value with the direction
key.
(2). Press
, save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
5. Start dBm measurement.
(1). Press
Æ ON, turn on dBm measurement function.
(2). Press
, and finish this setting.
6. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Figure 3-8
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Example 5: Limit Test
Do these steps as follows:
1. Connect test leads as Chapter 1 introduced. Now we want to measure an AC
Voltage. Connect test leads as shown:
DC Voltage
2. Press
range.
Figure 3-9
button, select DC Voltage measurement function. Choose a correct
3. Set the Limit measurement function parameters.
(1). Press
Æ Limit Æ High, Set up the upper value.
(2). Press
Æ Limit Æ Low, Set up the lower value.
(3). Press
Æ Limit Æ OverR, Set up the overload value.
(4). Press
, save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
4. Start Total measurement.
(1). Press
Æ ON, turn on Limit measurement function.
(2). Press
, finish this setting.
5. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Figure 3-10
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Example 6: Temperature Sensor
To set an arbitrary sensor is the same way to the temperature sensor. So, to set a
temperature sensor, you will need to set the sensor name, sensor type, sensor
physical unit, sensor reference data, and arithmetic.
Do these steps as following:
1. Press
button, select the arbitrary sensor function.
Figure 3-11
2. Press New Æ Prpty, select the proper function interface.
Figure 3-12
(1). Press Name, input the name of this sensor: SensorT.
Figure 3-13
(2). Press Type, select the type of the sensor: Resistance.
Figure 3-14
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(3). Press Unit Æ ℃, select the unit of the sensor: ℃.
Figure 3-15
When you finish a proper input, press
level menu.
, save all the changes, back to a higher
3. Press Define button, button enter the interface shows below.
Figure 3-16
4. Press Add button, input the first group of reference value: 111.480Ω, 29.5℃.
Figure 3-17
When finishing this group of reference value, press Done button, save all changes,
and go on inputting other values.
Figure 3-18
In this interface you are allowed to delete and edit the reference values that you had
inputted, select the group of reference value then press Del or Edit do the operations
that you want to.
When you finish inputting all the data, press
and save all the changes, back to a
higher level menu.
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5. In Define interface, Press SEGÆ Arith Æ Line, select the arithmetic: Line.
Figure 3-19
6. Press
Æ Done Æ Apply, save all the data into the local storage, and applies it
immediately.
Figure 3-20
7. According to the sensor type, select an appropriate connection method.
(1). Voltage, resistance, frequency sensor:
Sensor
Figure 3-21
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(2). Current sensor:
Sensor
Figure 3-22
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Example 7: Reading Hold
Do these steps as follows:
1. Connect test leads as Chapter 1 introduced. Now we want to measure an AC
Voltage. Connect test leads as shown:
DC Voltage
Figure 3-23
2. Press
range.
button, select DC Voltage measurement function. Choose a correct
3. Set the Hold measurement function parameters.
(1). Press
Æ Auto Æ Hold Æ 0.1%, Set up the hold scope to 0.1%.
(2). Press
(3). Press
, save all changes, back to a higher level menu.
, back to a higher level menu.
4. When the
was light, press this button once, the button will glitter, it means
the trigger mode is now Hold mode. If current trigger mode is single, press
button twice.
5. Lead test leads into circuit, start to measure.
Figure 3-24
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Chapter 4 Prompt messages& troubleshooting
Prompting Message
1. Delay time is 400 to 2000ms
In trigger setting, the setting value scope of auto trigger delay time is
400~2000ms.
2. No useful Math
Currently measurement function is not available for Math function.
3. Continue is 1Ω to 2000Ω
In continuity measurement, the short-current resistance setting value scope is
1Ω~2000Ω.
4. Sample is 1 to 50,000
Single trigger sampling number scope is 1~50,000.
5. Achieves the Maximum number
In arbitrary sensor setting, the reference value number gets the max value.
6. Number of reference value is **
The arbitrary sensor reference value number is: **.
7. Resistance is -120 to 120MΩ
In limit test and null value settings the resistance value scope: -120 MΩ~120MΩ.
8. Value must larger than 1μs
In limit test and null value settings the periods setting value should be bigger
than 1μs.
9. Value is unable
Null value function setting value cannot surpass the measuring range scope.
10.
Upper limit should larger than lower limit
In limit measurement the Upper limit should larger than lower limit.
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11.GPIB address is 1 to 30
GPIB I/O interface address setting value scope: 1~30.
12.Frequency is 0 to 1MHz
In limit test and null value settings the frequency setting value scope is 0~1MHz.
13.DCV is -1200V to 1200V
In limit test and null value settings the DC voltage setting value scope is
-1200V~1200V.
14.ACI is 0 to 12A
In limit test and null value settings the DC current setting value scope is 0~12A.
15.dB is -200dBm to 200dBm
In dB measurement function, the dB setting value scope is -200dBm ~200dBm.
16.dBm is 0 to 8000Ω
In dBm measurement function, the setting value scope is 0~8000Ω.
17.ACV is -900V to 900V
In limit test and null value settings the AC voltage setting value scope is
-900V~900V.
18.DCI is 0 to 12A
In limit test and null value settings the AC current setting value scope is 0~12A.
19.Maximum value is **
Currently measurement function Max setting value: **.
20.Minimum value is **
Currently measurement function Min setting value: **.
21.Unused
The measurement for the forestall measuring function is unused for currently
measuring function.
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Troubleshooting
1.
when press the power switch, the multimeter has blank screen with
nothing displaying, please deal with the following steps:
(1).
(2).
(3).
(4).
(5).
Check if the power is correctly connected.
Check if the main power switch on the back panel has been open up.
Check if the safety tube has been melt, change another one if necessary.
Having done with the above steps, restart the instrument.
If it still can not work properly, please contract the local RIGOL Support center,
let’s serve for you.
2.
when connecting a current signal, the reading has any change, please
deal with the following steps:
(1). Check if the meter pen is correctly connected with the current jack or the LO
jack.
(2). Check if the safety tube in the current location on the back panel has been melt.
(3). Check if the measure location has switched to the DCI or ACI place correctly.
(4). Check whether the input is ACI but the shelves location is DCI.
3.
when connecting a DC power signal, the reading display is
abnormality, please deal with the following steps:
(1). Check if the meter pen is correctly connected with the current jack or the LO
jack.
(2). Check if the safety tube in the current location on the back panel has been melt.
(3). Check if the measure location has switched to the DCI or DCV place correctly.
(4). Check whether the input is DCI but the shelves location is ACI.
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Chapter 5
Support & Service
Warranty (DM3000 Series Digital Multimeters)
RIGOL warrants that the products that it manufactures and sells will be free from
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three (3) years from the date
of shipment from an authorized RIGOL distributor. If a product proves defective
within the respective period, RIGOL will provide repair or replacement as described
in the complete warranty statement.
To arrange for service or obtain a copy of the complete warranty statement, please
contact your nearest RIGOL sales and service office.
RIGOL do not provide any other warranty items except the one being provided by
this summary and the warranty statement. The warranty items include but not being
subjected to the hint guarantee items related to tradable characteristic and any
particular purpose.
RIGOL will not take any responsibility in cases regarding to indirect, particular and
ensuing damage.
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Contact RIGOL
If you meet any ambiguity during the use of our products, please contact RIGOL
Technologies, Inc. or contact your local distributor.
Domestic: Please call
Tel: (8610)80706688
Fax: (8610)80720067
9:00 am –5: 00 pm from Monday to Friday
Or by e-mail:
support@rigol.com
Or mail to:
RIGOL Technologies, Inc.
156# CaiHe Village, ShaHe Town, ChangPing Districts, Beijing, China
Post Code: 102206
Overseas: Contact local RIGOL distributor or sales office.
For a list of worldwide service centers, visit our web site: www.rigol.com
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To change the electric power fuse
The electric power fuse located in the rear of the Multimeter, the fuse is a kind of
delay, no-burst, 250V/300mAT, 5×20mm one.
Operation steps
1.
line
2.
3.
Cut off the power. Use the tool to press down the block lingua (as the dashed
point out), and then pull out the seat of the fuse.
Choose the correct voltage shelves location in the voltage selected switches.
Enclose the seat of the fuse to the slot after placed the fuse.
Figure 5-1
The sketch map of changing the electric power fuse
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Chapter 6
Appendix
Appendix A: Specifications
DM3000 Series Digital Multimeters Performance Characteristics (6 1/2)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy:
Or
Or
1 Year±(% of reading +
Performance Parameters: AC Voltage Frequency: % of range)
Input Current,
Or Current Source:
DC Voltage
200.000,0 mV
100nV
0.0050 + 0.0017
10MΩ or >10GΩ
2.000,000 V
1μV
0.0040 + 0.0004
10MΩ or >10GΩ
20.000,00 V
10μV
0.0035 + 0.0003
10MΩ or >10GΩ
200.000,0 V
100μV
0.0045 + 0.0003
10MΩ
1000.000 V
1mV
0.0045 + 0.0005
10MΩ
2.000,000 mA
1nA
0.005 + 0.005
50Ω
20.000,00 mA
10nA
0.005 + 0.004
50Ω
200.000,0 mA
100nA
0.03 + 0.003
1Ω
1.000,000 A
1μA
0.03 + 0.006
1Ω
10.000,00 A
10μA
0.05 + 0.01
0.01Ω
3Hz-5Hz
1.00 + 0.01
5Hz-10Hz
0.35 + 0.01
DC Current
AC Voltage (RMS)
Range from 200.000 mV 10Hz-20kHz
to 750.000 V
0.04 + 0.01
20kHz-50kHz
0.10 + 0.02
50kHz-100kHz
0.55 + 0.04
100kHz-300kHz
1.20 + 0.25
1MΩ
AC Current (RMS)
Range from 20.000,0 mA 3Hz-10Hz
to 10.000,0 A
10Hz-5kHz
0.35 + 0.02
50Ω/20.000,0 mA
0.10 + 0.04
1Ω/200.000 mA
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DM3000 Series Digital Multimeters Performance Characteristics (6 1/2)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy:
Or
Or
1 Year±(% of reading +
Performance Parameters: AC Voltage Frequency: % of range)
5kHz-10kHz
0.20 + 0.04
Input Current,
Or Current Source:
1Ω/1.000,00 A
0.02Ω/10.000,0 A
Resistance (2-wire and 4-wire)
200.000,0Ω
100μΩ
0.010 + 0.0020
1mA
2.000,000 kΩ
1mΩ
0.010 + 0.0005
1mA
20.000,00 kΩ
10mΩ
0.010 + 0.0005
100μA
200.000,0 kΩ
100mΩ
0.010 + 0.0005
10μA
2.000,000 MΩ
1Ω
0.010 + 0.0005
1μA
10.000,00 MΩ
10Ω
0.040 + 0.0005
200nA
100.000,0 MΩ
100Ω
0.080 + 0.0005
200nA
2.000,0 nF
0.1pF
0.50 + 0.20
200nA
20.000 nF
1pF
0.40 + 0.05
1μA
200.00 nF
10pF
0.40 + 0.05
10μA
2.000,0 μF
100pF
0.40 + 0.05
100μA
20.000 μF
1nF
0.40 + 0.05
1mA
200.00 μF
10nF
0.10 + 0.05
1mA
Capacitance
Other Functions and Performance
Continuity
2KΩ Range, Threshold Range 1Ω - 2KΩ
Diodes test
2V Range, 1mA test current, 2.4V Max forward voltage drop
Arbitrary Sensor
Support multiple ANSI standard thermocouple and the sensor
withvoltage, current, and resistance output.
Frequency and Period
3Hz (0.333s) - 300kHz (3.33μs)
Math
Null, Max/Min/Avg, dBm, dB, and Limit Test.
Data Acquisition
Data Record, Inspection, Programmable Auto Measure.
Other Functions
Auto Reading Hold, Ratio Test, Built-in 10 setup storage, 1M points of
memory depth.
High-speed Data Logger 50K/s (High-speed Data Logger)
Measurement Precision
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DM3000 Series Digital Multimeters Performance Characteristics (6 1/2)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy:
Or
Or
1 Year±(% of reading +
Performance Parameters: AC Voltage Frequency: % of range)
USB I/O Interface
Input Current,
Or Current Source:
USB Host to support USB disk and USB printer; USB Device
RS232, GPIB (Optional), LAN (Option), Inspection Module of 16
Other I/O Interfaces
channels
(Option)
Display
Data Acquisition
and Virtual
Max Input
256×64 pixels LCD to support multi-display, menu, multi-language
help and waveform display.
Support Microsoft® Windows 98/Me, Windows 2000/XP.
1,000VDC, 750VRMS AC, DC&AC max external current 10A, internal
current 2A double fuses
Shock and Vibration
MIL-T-28800, Type III, Class 5
Power
115/230V, 45-65Hz, 20W Max
Weight
2.5kg
Size
107.0mmH × 231.6mmW × 290.5mmD
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DM3000 Series Digital Multimeters Performance Characteristics (5 3/4)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy:
Or
Or
1 Year±(% of reading +
Performance Parameters: AC Voltage Frequency: % of range)
Input Current,
Or Current Source:
DC Voltage
400.000 mV
1μV
0.025 + 0.002
10MΩ 或>10GΩ
4.000,00 V
10μV
0.025 + 0.002
10MΩ 或>10GΩ
40.000,0 V
100μV
0.025 + 0.002
10MΩ 或>10GΩ
400.000 V
1mV
0.025 + 0.002
10MΩ
1000.00 V
10mV
0.025 + 0.002
10MΩ
4.000,00 mA
10nA
0.02 + 0.02
50Ω
40.000,0 mA
100nA
0.05 + 0.01
50Ω
400.000 mA
1μA
0.05 + 0.002
1Ω
4.000,00 A
10μA
0.20 + 0.002
1Ω
10.000,0 A
100μA
0.25 + 0.002
0.01Ω
3Hz-5Hz
1.00 + 0.05
5Hz-10Hz
0.50 + 0.05
DC Current
AC Voltage (RMS)
Range from 200.000 mV 10Hz-20kHz
to 750.000 V
0.40 + 0.05
20kHz-50kHz
1.00 + 0.05
50kHz-100kHz
3.00 + 0.10
100kHz-300kHz
1.20 + 0.20
3Hz-10Hz
1.50 + 0.04
10Hz-5kHz
0.50 + 0.04
5kHz-10kHz
2.00 + 0.10
1MΩ
AC Current(RMS)
50Ω/20.000 mA
Range from 20.000,0 mA
to 10.000,0 A
1Ω/200.00 mA
1Ω/1.000,0 A
0.02Ω/10.000 A
Resistance (2-wire and 4-wire)
400.000Ω
1mΩ
0.05 + 0.002
1mA
4.000,00 kΩ
10mΩ
0.05 + 0.002
1mA
40.000,0 kΩ
100mΩ
0.05 + 0.002
100μA
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DM3000 Series Digital Multimeters Performance Characteristics (5 3/4)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy:
Or
Or
1 Year±(% of reading +
Performance Parameters: AC Voltage Frequency: % of range)
Input Current,
Or Current Source:
400.000 kΩ
1Ω
0.05 + 0.002
10μA
4.000,00 MΩ
10Ω
0.06 + 0.002
1μA
100.000 MΩ
1kΩ
2.00 + 0.002
200nA
4.000 nF
0.1pF
2.0 + 0.2
200nA
40.00 nF
1pF
1.0 + 0.2
1μA
400.0 nF
10pF
1.0 + 0.2
10μA
4.000 μF
100pF
1.0 + 0.2
100μA
40.00 μF
1nF
1.0 + 0.2
1mA
200.0 μF
10nF
1.0 + 0.2
1mA
Capacitance
Other Functions and Performance
Continuity
2KΩ Range, Threshold Range 1Ω - 2KΩ
Diodes test
2V Range, 1mA test current, 2.4V Max forward voltage drop
Arbitrary Sensor
Support multiple ANSI standard thermocouple and the sensor
withvoltage, current, and resistance output.
Frequency and Period
3Hz (0.333s) - 300kHz (3.33μs)
Math
Null, Max/Min/Avg, dBm, dB, and Limit Test.
Data Acquisition
Data Record, Inspection, Programmable Auto Measure.
Other Functions
Auto Reading Hold, Ratio Test, Built-in 10 setup storage, 1M points of
memory depth.
High-speed Data Logger 50K/s (High-speed Data Logger)
Measurement Precision
2,400,000 Count, >6 1/2
USB I/O Interface
USB Host to support USB disk and USB printer; USB Device
RS232, GPIB (Optional), LAN (Option), Inspection Module of 16
Other I/O Interfaces
channels
(Option)
Display
Data Acquisition
and Virtual
256×64 pixels LCD to support multi-display, menu, multi-language help
and waveform display.
Support Microsoft® Windows 98/Me, Windows 2000/XP.
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DM3000 Series Digital Multimeters Performance Characteristics (5 3/4)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy:
Or
Or
1 Year±(% of reading +
Performance Parameters: AC Voltage Frequency: % of range)
Max Input
1,000VDC, 750VRMS AC, DC&AC max external current 10A, internal
current 2A double fuses
Shock and Vibration
MIL-T-28800, Type III, Class 5
Power
115/230V, 45-65Hz, 20W Max
Weight
2.5kg
Size
107.0mmH × 231.6mmW × 290.5mmD
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Input Current,
Or Current Source:
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Appendix B: DM3000 Series Accessories
Standard Accessories:
z
USB Data Wire
z
Test Lead Kit
z
A Power Cord that fits the standard of destination country.
z
A User’s Guide
z
A User Registration Form
z
Inspection Module (DM3063/64/53/54 only)
z
Data Connection Cable (DM3063/64/53/54 only)
z
UltraLogger Software CD-ROM (DM3063/64/53/54 only)
Optional Accessories:
z
Ethernet cable
z
RS-232 Cable
z
GPIB cable (packing separated, not include in the main pack)
All the accessories (standard and optional) are available by contacting your local
RIGOL office.
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Appendix C: General Care and Cleaning
General Care
Do not store or leave the instrument in where the LCD display will be exposed to
direct sunlight for long periods of time.
!
CAUTION: To avoid damage to the instrument or probes, do not expose
them to sprays, liquids, or solvents.
Cleaning
If this instrument requires cleaning, disconnect it from all power sources and clean it
with a mild detergent and water. Make sure the instrument is completely dry before
reconnecting it to a power source.
To clean the exterior surface, perform the following steps:
1. Remove loose dust on the outside of the instrument and probes with a lint- free
cloth. Take care to avoid scratching the clear plastic display filter.
2.
Use a soft cloth dampened with water to clean the instrument.
NOTICE: To avoid damage to the surface of the instrument or probes, do not use
any abrasive or chemical cleaning agent.
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