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MasterCraft 200V Operator`s manual
OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
DIGITAL
MULTIMETER
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MY-60
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MY-60T
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MY-61
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MY-62
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MY-63
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MY-64
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1. INTRODUCTION
This MY-60 Series Digital Multimeter is a compact precision, battery operated,
LCD display 3-½ digits Digital Instrument.
Superiority:
9
High accuracy
9
Large LCD display
9
Digital height 25mm
9
Single 32 position rotary switch for FUNCTION and RANGE
selection, allows fast and convenient operation.
9
Curvilinear mode soft case.
9
Colored indication jack with fully protection test leads.
9
Lower power indication & Auto-Power Off
2.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
GENERAL SPECIFICATION
Display: 3-½ digits LCD with a maximum reading of 1999.
Measurement rate: updates 2-3/sec.
Over range indication: “1” figure only in the display
Automatic negative polarity indication.
The “ ” is displayed when the battery voltage drops below the
operating voltage.
6) Full range over load protection.
7) Capacitance measurement Auto-Zeroing.
8) Auto Power Off: It will be automatically cut off in about 15 minutes after
the power is turned on. It needs to be turned off and turned on again to
continue the power.
9) Operating temperature: 0°C~40°C, 0~75% R.H.
Storage temperature: -10°C~50°C, 0~75% R.H.
10) Power: Single standard 9V battery IEC 6F22,NEDA 1604, JIS 006P.
11) Dimensions: 189L*90W*34Hmm.
12) Weight: approx 230g (including battery)
13) Accessories: test leads (pair), K-type thermocouple wire (model
MY-60T/MY-62/MY-64 only), operator’s manual.
3. ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Accuracy is given as ± (% of reading + number of least significant digits) for
one year, at 23°C±5°C RH<75%
1) DCV
R an ge
M Y -60
M Y -6 0T
2 00m V
2V
2 0V
200 V
10 00V
A ccu racy
M Y -61
M Y -6 2
0.5% ± 1
M Y -63
M Y -64
M Y -63
M Y -64
0.5% ± 2
0.8% ± 2
Input impedance: 10MΩ on all range
2) ACV
R an ge
M Y -60
2 00m V
2V
2 0V
200 V
700 V
A ccu racy
M Y -6 0T
M Y -61
M Y -6 2
1 .2 % ± 3
0.8% ± 3
0.8% ± 3
Input impedance: 10MΩ
3) DCA
R an ge
20u A
20 0uA
2m A
20 m A
2 00m A
2A
Frequency range: 40 ~ 400Hz
M Y -60
M Y -6 0T
2.0 % ± 5
1.0 % ± 2
A ccu racy
M Y -61
M Y -6 2
M Y -63
M Y -64
M Y -63
M Y -64
1.0% ± 2
1.2% ± 2
1.5 % ± 3
10A
2.0% ± 3
Measuring voltage drop: 200mV
4) ACA
R an ge
20 0uA
2m A
20 m A
2 00m A
2A
M Y -60
1.2% ± 3
M Y -6 0T
1 .5 % ± 3
1.5% ± 3
2.0 % ± 3
10A
3.0% ± 3
Measuring voltage drop: 200mV
5) CAPACITANCE
R an ge
2 nF
20n F
20 0nF
2 uF
20u F
6)
OHM
A ccu racy
M Y -61
M Y -6 2
M Y -60
M Y -6 0T
Frequency range: 40 ~ 400Hz
A ccu racy
M Y -61
M Y -6 2
M Y -63
4.0% ± 3
M Y -64
R an ge
M Y -60
A ccu racy
M Y -61
M Y -6 2
1 .0 % ± 10
M Y -6 0T
200 Ω
2K Ω
20 K Ω
2 00K Ω
2M Ω
20 M Ω
2 00M Ω
7)
M Y -63
M Y -64
1.0% ± 3
1.0% ± 5
5 .0 % ± 20
TEMPERATURE (MY-60T/MY-62/MY-64 only)
R ang e
M Y-6 0 T
-20℃ ~ 400℃
400℃ ~ 1000℃
A c c urac y
M Y-6 2
0 .7 5 % ±3
1 .5 % ±1 5
M Y-6 4
With K-type thermocouple wire
8) FREQUENCY TEST(MY-63 & MY-64 only)
R ang e
A c c urac y
M Y-6 3
M Y-6 4
2KHz
2 0 K Hz
1 .5 % ±1 0
Sensitivity: 100mV rms
4.
1)
PRECAUTIONS AND PREPARATIONS FOR MEASUREMENT
Be sure that battery is correctly placed in the battery case and
connected to the battery snap.
2) Don’t exceed the input limit shown below:
Function Range
DCV 200mV
ACV 200mV
DCV 2~1000V
ACV 2~700V
OHM
Freq.
Diode
DCA 200mA
ACA 200mA
DCA 2A
ACA 2A
DCA10A
ACA10A
3)
Input terminals
V/OHM COM
V/OHM COM
V/OHM/Hz COM
V/OHM COM
Maximum input
250VDC
250VAC
1000VDC
700VAC
250V DC/AC
200mA DC/AC
A
10A
COM
COM
2A
DC/AC
10A
DC/AC
Inspect the test leads for damaged insulation or exposed metal. Check
Test lead continuity. Damaged leads should be replaced.
4) Select the proper function and range for your measurement.
5) Check the input terminal position for red test lead depends on
measurement ranges.
Either one of the test leads should be taken off from the circuit under
test when changing the test ranges.
7) To avoid electrical shock or damage to the meter; Do not apply more
then 500V between any terminal and earth ground.
8) To avoid electronic shock, use caution when working above 60VDC or
25VAC rms, such voltage pose a shock hazard.
9) When finished the measurement, switch off the power. Be sure to
remove the battery when it is not used for a long time to avoid leakage
problem.
10) Do not tamper with the circuitry to avoid damage.
11) Do not use or store the instrument in a place of direct sunlight, high
temperature and high humidity.
6)
5.
METHOD OF MEASUREMENT
5.1 DCV & ACV MASUREMENT
1) Set the Function range switch at the required position.
2) Connect black test lead to “COM” terminal and red test lead to the
“V/OHM” input terminal.
3) Connect test leads to measuring point and read the display value the
polarity of the red lead connection will be indicated at the same time as the
voltage.
Note:
a) If the voltage to be tested is unknown beforehand, set the
Function range switch to the highest range and work down.
b) When only the figure “1” is displayed over range is being indicated
and the function range switch has be set to a higher range.
c) Never try to measure the voltage above 1000V! Although the
indication is possible to show, there is danger of damaging the
internal circuitry.
5.2 DCA & ACA MEASUREMENT
1) Connect the black test lead to the “COM” terminal and the red test lead
to “A” terminal for a maximum of 0.5A (model MY-60 & MY-60T maximum
2A)
2) Set the function range switch at the required position.
3) Connect test leads to measuring points and read the display value. The
polarity at the red test lead connection will be indicated at the same time as
the current.
Note:
a) If the current range is unknown beforehand, set the function range
switch to the highest range and work down.
b) When only the figure “1” is displayed, over range is being
indicated and the function range switch has be set to a higher
range.
c) Excessive current will below the fuse that must be replaced when
the input is from “A” terminal. Fuse type is 0.5A (model MY-60 &
MY-60T maximum 2A).
d) A fuse does not protect the 10A range. Maximum 8A continuous,
maximum 10A measuring time must be less than 15 seconds.
5.3 RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT
1) Connect black test lead to “COM” terminal and red test lead to the
“V/OHM” input terminal.
2) Set the function range switch to the OHM range.
3) Connect the test leads across the resistance under measurement and
read the display value.
Note:
a) The polarity of the red test lead is “+”.
b) When the input is not connected, i.e. at open circuit the figure “1”
will be displayed for the over range condition.
c) If the resistance value being measured exceeds the maximum
value of the range selected an over range indication “1” will be
displayed and function range switch must be set to a higher
range.
d) 200MΩ range has a 10 digits (1MΩ) constant, the figure will
appear in short circuit status it should be subtracted from
measurement result, for instance: when measuring 100MΩ
resistor, figure 101.0 will shown in display and the last 10 digits
should be subtracted.
5.4 CAPACITANCE MEASUREMENT
1) Set the function range switch at the “Cx” position. Before connecting the
capacitor, the display that could be zeroed automatically slows.
2) Connect the test capacitor to the “Cx” input socket (not test leads) and
read the display value.
Note: The tested capacitor should be discharged before the testing
procedure. Never apply voltage to the “Cx” input socket, or serious damage
may result.
5.5 FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT
1) Set the function range switch at the required “Hz” position.
2) Connect test leads to measuring points and read the display value.
Note: Do not apply more than 250V rms to the input. Indication is possible a
voltage higher than 100V rms, but reading maybe out of specification.
5.6 TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT
1) Set the function range switch at the “TEMP” position.
2) Be sure the polarity of the thermocouple, put the cold end (free end) of
the thermocouple sensor into the temperature testing holes.
3) The working end (testing end) on or inside the object being tested.
4) The value of the temperature is shown on the display in degrees
centigrade (°C).
Note:
a) The testing temperature is displayed automatically when the
thermocouple is put into the testing holes.
b) The surrounding temperature is shown when the circuit of the
sensor is cut off.
c) The limit temperature measured by the thermocouple given
together with the instrument is 250°C, 300°C is acceptable within
short period.
5.7 DIODE & CONTINUITY TEST
1) Set the function range switch at the “
” position.
2) Connect the black test lead to “COM” terminal and red test lead to
“V/OHM” input terminal (Note: the polarity of the red test lead is “+”).
3) This range with “AUDIBLE CONTINUITY TEST” function. Built-in
buzzer sounds if the resistance between two probes is less than 30±10Ω.
4) Connect the test leads across the diode and read the display value.
Note:
a) When the input is not connected, i.e. at open circuit, the figure “1”
will be displayed.
b) Test condition: Forward DC current approx.1mA. Reversed DC
c)
voltage approx. 2.8V.
The meter displays the forward voltage drop and displays figure
“1” for overload when the diode is reversed.
5.8 TRANSISTOR hFE TEST
1) Set the function range switch to the “hFE” position.
2) Make sure the transistor is “NPN” or “PNP” type.
3) Transistor correct insert to E.B.C connector.
4) Display reading is approx. transistor hFE value.
Note:
Test condition: Base current approx. 10uA. VCE approx.2.8V
6.
1)
BATTERY AND FUSE REPLACEMENT
Battery and fuse replacement should only done after the test leads have
been disconnected and power is off.
2) Loosen screws with suitable screwdriver and remove case bottom.
3) The meter is power by a single 9V battery (IEC 6F22, NEDA 1604, JIS
006P). Snap the battery connector leads to the terminals of a new battery
and reinsert the battery into the case top. Dress the battery leads so that
they will not be pinched between the case bottom can case top.
4) The meter is protected fast fuse 0.5A/250V (model MY-60 & MY-60T
protected fuse 2A/250V), dimensions is Φ5*20mm.
5) Replace the case bottom and reinstall the three screws. Never operate
the meter unless the case bottom is fully closed.
OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
CAUTION:
* Before attempting to insert transistors capacitor thermocouple for testing, always be sure
that test lest leads have been disconnected from any measurement circuits.
* Components should not be connected to the hFE and capacitor and the thermocouple
socket when making voltage measure with test leads.
*Using this appliance in an environment with a strong radiated radio – frequency
electromagnetic field (approximately 3V/m), may influence its measuring accuracy. The
measuring result can be strongly deviating from the actual value.
CONTENTS
PACE
1. SAFETY INFORMATION…………………………………………………………………….1
1.1 PRELIMINARY……………………………………………………………………………1
1.2 DURING USE……………………………………………………………………………..2
1.3 SYMBOLS…………………………………………………………………………………3
1.4 MAINTENANCE…………………………………………….…………………………….4
2. DESCRIPTION………………………………………………..………………………………5
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTION………………………………..………………………………9
3.1 MEASURING VOLTAGE……………………………………………………………….9
3.2 MEASURING CURRENT……………………………………………………………….9
3.3 MEASURING FREQUENCY…………………………………………………………..10
3.4 MEASURING RESISTANCE…………………………………………………………..11
3.5 MEASURING CAPACITANCE………………………….……………………………..12
3.6 TESTING DIODE…………………………………….…………………………………13
3.7 TESTING TRANSISTOR………………………………………………………………13
3.8 CONTINUITY TEST……………………………………………………………………14
3.9 MEASURING TEMPERATURE…………………..…………………………………..14
4. SPECIFICATIONS……………………………………………………………………………15
5. ACCESSORIES………………………………………………………………………………23
5.1 SUPPLIED WITH THE MULTIMETER…………………………………………………23
5.2 OPTIONAL ACCESSORY…………………………………….. ……………………..23
5.3 HOW TO USE THE HOLSTER……………………………………………………….24
6. BATTERY & FUSE REPLACEMENT……………………………………………………….26
1. SAFETY INFORMATIONS
This multimeter has been designed according to IEC-1010 concerning electronic measuring
instruments with an overvoltage category (CATⅡ) and pollution 2.
Follow all safety and operating instructions to ensure that meter is used safely and is kept in
good operating condition.
1.1
PRELIMINARY
* When using this meter, the user must observe all normal safety rules concerning:
-Protection against dangers of electronic current.
-Protection of the meter against misuse.
* Full compliance with safety standards can be guaranteed only if used with test
leads supplied. If necessary, they must be replaced with the same model or same
electronic ratings. Measuring leads must be in good condition.
-11.2
DURING USE
* Never exceed the protection limit values indicated in specifications for each range
of measurement.
* When the meter is linked to measurement circuit, do not touch unused terminals.
* When the value scale to be measured is unknown beforehand, set the range
selector at the highest position.
* Before rotating the range selector to change functions, disconnect test leads from
the circuit under test.
* When carrying out measurements on TV or switching power circuits, always
remember that there may be high amplitude voltage pulses at test points which can
damage the meter.
* Never perform resistance measurements on live circuits.
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1.3
* Never perform capacitance measurements unless the capacitor to be measured
been discharged fully.
* Always be careful when working with voltage above 60V dc or 30V ac rms. Keep
fingers behind the probe barriers while measuring.
* Before attempting to insert transistors capacitor thermocouple for testing, always be
sure that test leads have been disconnected from any measurement circuits.
* Components should not be connected to the hFE and capacitor socket and the
thermocouple has been removed when making voltage measurements with test
leads.
SYMBOLS
Important safety information, refer to the operating manual.
Dangerous voltage may be present.
Earth ground
Double insulation (protection classⅡ)
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1.4
MAINTENANCE
* Before opening the meter, always disconnect test leads from all sources of electric
current.
* For continue protection against fire, replace fuse only with the specified and current
rating: F200mA / 250V (quick acting)
*If any faults or abnormalities are observed, the meter can not be used any more and
it has to be checked out.
*Never use the meter unless the back cover is in place and fastened fully.
*Do not use abrasives or solvents on the meter use a damp cloth and mild detergent
only.
-41. DESCRIPTION
This meter is one of a series portable professional measuring instrument, capable of
performing functions:
-DC and AC voltage measurement
-DC and AC current measurement
-Resistance measurement
-Capacitance measurement
-Diode and Transistor test
-Audible continuity test
Some models of this series also provide functions:
-Temperature measurement
-Frequency measurement
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4
1
5
6
2
3
7
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1.
2.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
POWER SWITGH
CAPACITOR MEASURING SOCKET
TEMPERATURE MEASURING SOCKET
LCD DISPLAY
TRANSISOR TESTING SOCKET
ROTARY SWITCH
INPUT JACKS
2.1
2.2
2.3
FUNCTION AND RANGE SELECTOR
There are different functions and 32 ranges provided. A rotary switch is used to
select functions as well as ranges.
POWER SWITCH
A push-push switch is used to turn the meter on or off.
To extend the battery life, Auto Power- Off function is provided (Optional). The
meter will be turned off automatically within around 40 minutes. To turn on the meter
again, push the power switch to release it and then push it once more.
INPUT JACKS
This meter has four input jacks that are protected against overload to the limits
shown. During use connect the black test lead to COM jack connect red test lead
depending on the function selected.
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FUNCTION
RED LEAD CONNECTION
200mV
V
& V~
Hz
Ω
V Ω
V Ω
V Ω
V Ω
V Ω
mA
A
mA
20A
& mA~
& 20A~
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
INPUT LIMITS
250V dc or rms ac
1000V dc, 700V ac (sine)
250V dc or rms ac
250V dc or rms ac
250V dc or rms ac
200mA dc or rms ac
10Adc or rms ac continuous
20A for15seconds maximum
-83. OPERATING INSTRUCTION
3.1 MEASURING VOL TAGE
1.Connect the black lead to the COM jack and the red test lest lead to the VΩ Hz
jack.
2. Set the rotary switch at the desired V or V~ range position and connect test
leads across the source or load under measurement.
The polarity of the red lead connection will be indicated along voltage value when
making DC voltage measurement.
3. When only the figure”1” is displayed, it indicates overrange situation and the
higher range have to be selected.
3.2 MEASURING CURRENT
1. Connect the black lead to the COM jack and the test lead to the mA jack for a
maximum of 200mA current. For a maximum of 20A, move the red lead to the A
jack.
2. Set the rotary switch at desired A or A~ range position and connect test leads
in series with the load under measurement.
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The polarity of the red lead connection will be indicated along with the current value
when making DC current measurement.
3. When only the figure”1” displayed, it indicates overrange situation and the higher
range has to be selected.
3.3 MEASURING FREQUECY
1. Connect the black test lead to the COM jack and the red test lead to the VΩHz
jack.
2. Set the rotary switch at kHz position and connect test leads across the source or
load under measurement.
NOTE:
1. Reading is possible at input voltages above 10Vrms, but the accuracy is
guaranteed.
2. ln noisy environment, it is preferable to use shield cable for measuring small
signal.
-103.4 MEASURING RESISTANGE
1. Connect the black test lead to the COM jack and the read to the VΩ Hz jack.
(The polarity of red lead is 〝+〞)
2. Set the rotary switch at desired Ω position and connect test leads across the
resistor under measurement.
NOTE:
1. If the resistance being measured exceeds the maximum value of the range
selected or the input is not connected, an overrange indication 〝 1 〞 will be
displayed.
2. When checking in – circuit resistance, be sure the circuit under test has all power
removed and that all capacitors have been discharged fully.
3. For measuring resistance above 1MΩ, the meter may take a few seconds to get
stable reading. This is normal for high resistance measurements.
4. At 200MΩ range display reading is around 10 counts when test leads are
shorted.
-11These counts have to be subtracted from measuring results. For example, when
measuring 100MΩ resistance the display reading will be 101.0 and the correct
measuring result should be 101.0-1.0=100.0MΩ.
3.5 MEASURING CAPACITANCE
1. Set the rotary switch at desired F position.
2. Before inserting capacitor under measurement into capacitance testing socket, be
sure that the capacitor has been discharged fully.
3. When measuring capacitors with shorter leads, a testing adapter is provided with
the meter. Insert the adapter into the capacitance testing socket on the front panel
to continue measurements.
WARNING
To avoid electric shook, be sure the capacitor measuring adapter has been
removed before changing to another function measurement.
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3.6 TESTING DIODE
1. Connect the black test lead to COM jack and the red test lead to the VΩHz jack
(The polarity of red lead is〝+〞)
2. Set the rotary switch at
position and connect red lead to the anode, black
lead to the cathode of the diode under testing .The meter will show the approx.
forward voltage of the diode. If the lead connection is reversed. only figure〝1〞
displayed.
3.7 TESTING TRANSISTOR
1. Set the rotary switch at hFE position.
2. Determine whether the transistor to be tested is NPN or PNP type and locate the
Emitter. Base and Collectors. Insert leads of the transistor into proper holes of the
transistor testing socket.
3. The meter will show the approx. hFE value at test condition of base current 10μA
and Vce 3.2V.
-133.8 CONTINUTITY TEST
1. Connect the black test lead to the COM jack and the red test lead to the V Ω Hz
jack. (The polarity of the red lead is positive〝+〞)
position and connect test leads across two points of
2. Set the rotary switch at
the circuit under testing. If continuity exists (i.e., resistance less than about 50Ω),
built - in buzzer will sound.
3.9 MEASURING TEMPERATURE
1. Set the rotary switch at TEMP position and the LCD display will show the current
environment temperature.
2. Insert〝K〞type thermocouple into the temperature measuring socket on the front
panel and contact the object to be measured with the thermocouple probe. Read LCD
display.
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, be sure the thermocouple has been removed
before changing to another function measurement.
-144. SPECIFICATIONS
Accuracy is specified for a period of one
82℉) with relative humidity to 80%.
4.1 GENERAL
MAXIMUM VOLTAGEBETWEEN
TERMINALS AND EARTH GROUND
FUSE PROTECTION
POWER SUPPLY
DISPLAY
MEASURING METHOD
OVERRANGE INDICATION
POLARITY INDICATION
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
STORAGE TEMPERATURE
year after calibration and at 18℃ to 28℃ (64℉ to
1000V
dc or 700V rms ac (sine)
mA: F 200mA/250V (A: unfused)
9V battery, Neda 1604 or 6F22
LCD, 1999 counts, updates 2-3/sec
Dual-slope integration A/D converter
〝1〞figure only on the display
〝-〞displayed for negative polarity
0℃ to 40℃(32℉ to 104℉)
-10℃ to 50℃(10℉ to 122℉)
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“
”appears on the display
31.5mm×91mm×189mm
310g(including battery)
LOW BATTERY INDICATION
SIZE (HxWxL)
WEIGHT
4.2 DC VOLTAGE
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
200mV
2V
20V
200V
1000V
0.1mv
1mV
10mV
0.1V
1V
±0.5% of rdg
±0.5% of rdg
±0.5% of rdg
±0.5% of rdg
±0.8% of rdg
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
200mV
2V
20V
200V
700V
0.1mv
1mV
10mV
0.1V
1V
±1.2% of rdg
±0.8% of rdg
±0.8% of rdg
±0.8% of rdg
±1.2% of rdg
±
±
±
±
±
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
2 digits
±
±
±
±
±
3 digits
3 digits
3 digits
3 digits
3 digits
Input impedance:10MΩ
-164.3 AC VOLTAGE
Input impedance: 10MΩ
Frequency Range: 40Hz to 400Hz
Response: Average, calibrated in rms of sine wave
-174.4 DC CURRENT
Range
Resolution
2mA
20mA
200mA
10A
1μA
10μA
0.1mA
10mA
Accuracy
±0.8% of rdg
±0.8% of rdg
±1.5% of rdg
±2.0% of rdg
±
±
±
±
1 digit
1 digit
1 digit
5 digit
Burden Voltage
110mV/mA
15mV/mA
5.0mV/mA
0.03V/A
-184.5 AC CURRENT
Range
Resolution
2mA
20mA
200mA
10A
1μA
10μA
0.1mA
10mA
Accuracy
±1.0% of rdg
±1.0% of rdg
±1.8% of rdg
±3.0% of rdg
±
±
±
±
3 digits
3 digits
3 digits
7 digits
Burden Voltage
110mV/mA
15mV/mA
5.0mV/mA
0.03V/A
Frequency Range: 40Hz to 400Hz
Response:Average, Calibrated in rms of sine wave
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4.6 RESISTANCE
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
200Ω
2KΩ
20KΩ
200KΩ
2MΩ
20MΩ
200MΩ
0.1Ω
1Ω
10Ω
100Ω
1KΩ
10KΩ
100KΩ
±0.8% of rdg ± 3 digits
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
±0.8% of rdg ± 1 digit
±1.0% of rdg ± 1 digit
±5.0% of (rdg –10 digits)± 10digits
Note: On 200MΩ range, if short input, display will read 1 MΩ, this 1MΩ should be
subtracted from measurement results.
-204.7 FREQUENCY
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
2KHz
20KHz
1Hz
10Hz
±2.0% of rdg ± 5 digits
±1.5% of rdg ± 5 digits
Sensitivity: 200mA rms and input no more 10V rms
4.8 TEMPERATURE
Range
-20℃ to
1000℃
Accuracy
Resolution
1℃
-20℃ to 0℃
0℃ to 400℃
400℃ to 1000℃
±5.0% of rdg
± 4 digits
±1.0% of rdg
± 3 digits
±2.0% of rdg
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4.9 CAPACITANCE
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
2nF
20nF
200nF
2μF
20μF
1pF
10pF
0.1nF
1nF
10nF
±4.0% of rdg
±4.0% of rdg
±4.0% of rdg
±4.0% of rdg
±4.0% of rdg
±
±
±
±
±
3 digits
3 digits
3 digits
3 digits
3 digits
-225. ACCESSORIES
5.1 SUPPLIED WITH THE MUL TIMETER
Test leads
Electric Rating 1500V, 10A
Battery
9V NEDA 1604 or 6F22
Operating Manual
Holster
Capacitance Testing Adapter
5.2 OPTIONAL ACCESSORY
〝K〞type thermocouple
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5.3 How to use the holster
The holster is used to protect the meter and to make the measurement more comfortable.
It comes with two stands installed together. The figure shows how to use the holster to:
a. Support the meter with a standard angle.
b. Support the meter with a small angle using the little stand
c. Hang the meter on the wall using the little stand. Take the little stand off from the back
side of the large stand and insert it into holes located upper on the holster.
d. Hold test leads.
-246. BATTERY & FUSE REPLACEMENT
If the sign”
”appears on the LCD display, it indicates that battery should be replaced.
Remove screws on the back cover and open the case. Replace the exhausted battery with a
new one.
Fuse rarely need replacement and blow almost always as a result of the operator’s error.
Open the case as mentioned above, and then take the PCB out from the front cover. Replace
the blown fuse with same ratings.
WARNING
Before attempting to open the case, be sure that test leads have been disconnected from
measurement circuits to avoid electric shock hazard.
For protection against fire, replace fuse only with specified ratings: F 200mA/250V (quick acting).
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PRECISION MASTECH ENTERPRISES CO.
Room 1708-09, Hewlett Centre, 54 Hoi Yuen Road,Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Tel:852-23430007
Fax:852-23436217
E-mail:info@p-mastech.com
SHENZHEN HUAYIMASTECH CO., LTD.
East Wing,8/F., Block 4,Saige Science and Technology Industria Garden,Hua Qiang Bei
Rd.Shenzhen, China
Tel:0755-83769588
Fax:0755-83768150
E-mail: info@mastech.com.cn
DONGGUAN HUAYI MASTECH CO.,LTD.
Yulianwei Industrial Area, Qingxi Town, Dongguan,China
Tel:0769-7318228
Fax:0769-7318225
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