Extech Instruments EX530 User`s guide

Extech Instruments EX530 User`s guide
User’s Guide
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Extech EX530 True RMS Autoranging Multimeter.
This meter measures AC/DC Voltage, AC/DC Current, Resistance, Capacitance, Frequency
(electrical & electronic), Duty Cycle, Diode Test, and Continuity plus Thermocouple
Temperature. It features a waterproof, rugged design for heavy duty use. Proper use and
care of this meter will provide many years of reliable service.
Safety
This symbol adjacent to another symbol, terminal or operating device
indicates that the operator must refer to an explanation in the Operating
Instructions to avoid personal injury or damage to the meter.
WARNING
This WARNING symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which
if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
This CAUTION symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which
if not avoided, may result damage to the product.
MAX
1000V
This symbol advises the user that the terminal(s) so marked must not be
connected to a circuit point at which the voltage with respect to earth
ground exceeds (in this case) 1000 VAC or VDC.
This symbol adjacent to one or more terminals identifies them as being
associated with ranges that may, in normal use, be subjected to
particularly hazardous voltages. For maximum safety, the meter and its
test leads should not be handled when these terminals are energized.
This symbol indicates that a device is protected throughout by double
insulation or reinforced insulation.
PER IEC1010 OVERVOLTAGE INSTALLATION CATEGORY
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY I
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY I is equipment for connection to circuits in
which measures are taken to limit the transient overvoltages to an appropriate low level.
Note – Examples include protected electronic circuits.
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II is energy-consuming equipment to be
supplied from the fixed installation.
Note – Examples include household, office, and laboratory appliances.
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY III
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY III is equipment in fixed installations.
Note – Examples include switches in the fixed installation and some equipment for
industrial use with permanent connection to the fixed installation.
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY IV
Equipment of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY IV is for use at the origin of the installation.
Note – Examples include electricity meters and primary over-current protection equipment
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CAUTIONS
•
Improper use of this meter can cause damage, shock, injury or death. Read and
understand this user manual before operating the meter.
•
Always remove the test leads before replacing the battery or fuses.
•
Inspect the condition of the test leads and the meter itself for any damage before
operating the meter.
•
Use great care when making measurements if the voltages are greater than 25VAC
rms or 35VDC. These voltages are considered a shock hazard.
•
Warning! This is a class A equipment. This equipment can cause interferences in the
living quarters; in this case the operator can be required to carry out adequate
measures.
•
Always discharge capacitors and remove power from the device under test before
performing Diode, Resistance or Continuity tests.
•
Voltage checks on electrical outlets can be difficult and misleading because of the
uncertainty of connection to the recessed electrical contacts. Other means should be
used to ensure that the terminals are not "live".
•
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
•
This device is not a toy and must not reach children’s hands. It contains hazardous
objects as well as small parts that the children could swallow. In case a child
swallows any of them, please contact a physician immediately
•
Do not leave batteries and packing material lying around unattended; they can be
dangerous for children if they use them as toys
•
In case the device is going to be unused for an extended period of time, remove the
batteries to prevent them from draining
•
Expired or damaged batteries can cause cauterization on contact with the skin.
Always, therefore, use suitable hand gloves in such cases
•
See that the batteries are not short-circuited. Do not throw batteries into the fire.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This meter has been designed for safe use, but must be operated with caution. The rules
listed below must be carefully followed for safe operation.
1.
NEVER apply voltage or current to the meter that exceeds the specified maximum:
Input Protection Limits
Function
V DC or V AC
Maximum Input
1000VDC/AC rms
mA AC/DC
500mA 1000V fast acting fuse
A AC/DC
10A 1000V fast acting fuse (20A for 30 seconds
max every 15 minutes)
Frequency, Resistance, Capacitance,
Duty Cycle, Diode Test, Continuity
1000VDC/AC rms
Temperature
1000VDC/AC rms
2.
USE EXTREME CAUTION when working with high voltages.
3.
DO NOT measure voltage if the voltage on the "COM" input jack exceeds 600V above
earth ground.
4.
NEVER connect the meter leads across a voltage source while the function switch is in
the current, resistance, or diode mode. Doing so can damage the meter.
5.
ALWAYS discharge filter capacitors in power supplies and disconnect the power when
making resistance or diode tests.
6.
ALWAYS turn off the power and disconnect the test leads before opening the covers to
replace the fuse or batteries.
7.
NEVER operate the meter unless the back cover and the battery and fuse covers are in
place and fastened securely.
8.
If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the equipment may be impaired.
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Controls and Jacks
1. 40,000 count LCD
2. REL button
3. RANGE button
4. MODE button
5. Function switch
6. mA, µA and 10A input jacks
7. COM input jack
8. Positive input jack
9. HOLD and
(Backlight) button
10. PEAK button
11. MAX/MIN button
Note: Tilt stand and battery compartment are
on rear of unit.
Symbols and Annunciators
•)))
n
µ
m
A
k
F
M
Ω
Hz
%
AC
DC
ºF
MAX
Continuity
Diode test
Battery status
-9
nano (10 ) (capacitance)
-6
micro (10 ) (amps, cap)
-3
milli (10 ) (volts, amps)
Amps
3
kilo (10 ) (ohms)
Farads (capacitance)
6
mega (10 ) (ohms)
Ohms
Hertz (frequency)
Percent (duty ratio)
Alternating current
Direct current
Degrees Fahrenheit
Maximum
PEAK
V
REL
AUTO
HOLD
ºC
MIN
Peak Hold
Volts
Relative
Autoranging
Display hold
Degrees Centigrade
Minimum
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Operating Instructions
WARNING: Risk of electrocution. High-voltage circuits, both AC and DC, are very
dangerous and should be measured with great care.
1. ALWAYS turn the function switch to the OFF position when the meter is not in use.
2. If “OL” appears in the display during a measurement, the value exceeds the range you
have selected. Change to a higher range.
DC VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS
CAUTION: Do not measure DC voltages if a motor on the circuit is being switched ON or
OFF. Large voltage surges may occur that can damage the meter.
1. Set the function switch to the green VDC position.
2. Insert the black test lead banana plug into the negative
COM jack. Insert the red test lead banana plug into the
positive V jack.
3. Touch the black test probe tip to the negative side of the
circuit.
Touch the red test probe tip to the positive side of the
circuit.
4. Read the voltage in the display.
AC VOLTAGE (FREQUENCY, DUTY CYCLE) MEASUREMENTS
WARNING: Risk of Electrocution. The probe tips may not be long enough to contact the
live parts inside some 240V outlets for appliances because the contacts are recessed
deep in the outlets. As a result, the reading may show 0 volts when the outlet actually has
voltage on it. Make sure the probe tips are touching the metal contacts inside the outlet
before assuming that no voltage is present.
CAUTION: Do not measure AC voltages if a motor on the circuit is being switched ON or
OFF. Large voltage surges may occur that can damage the meter.
1. Set the function switch to the green VAC/Hz/% position.
2. Insert the black test lead banana plug into the negative COM jack.
Insert red test lead banana plug into the positive V jack.
3. Touch the black test probe tip to the neutral side of the circuit.
Touch the red test probe tip to the “hot” side of the circuit.
4. Read the voltage in the display.
5. Press the MODE button to indicate “Hz”.
6. Read the frequency in the display.
7. Press the MODE button again to indicate “%”.
8. Read the % of duty cycle in the display.
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DC/AC MILLIVOLT MEASUREMENTS
CAUTION: Do not measure DC/AC voltages if a motor on the circuit is being switched
ON or OFF. Large voltage surges may occur that can damage the meter.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Set the function switch to the green mV DC-AC position.
Insert the black test lead banana plug into the negative COM
jack.
Insert the red test lead banana plug into the positive V jack.
Press the MODE button to select “DC” or “AC” millivolts.
Touch the black test probe tip to the negative side of the
circuit.
Touch the red test probe tip to the positive side of the circuit.
Read the voltage in the display.
DC CURRENT MEASUREMENTS
CAUTION: Do not make 20A current measurements for longer than 30 seconds.
Exceeding 30 seconds may cause damage to the meter and/or the test leads.
1. Insert black test lead banana plug into the negative COM jack.
2. For current measurements up to 6000µA DC, set the function
switch to the yellow µA position and insert the red test lead banana
plug into the µA/mA jack.
3. For current measurements up to 600mA DC, set the function switch
to the yellow mA position and insert the red test lead banana plug
into the µA/mA jack.
4. For current measurements up to 20A DC, set the function switch to
the yellow 10A/HZ/% position and insert the red test lead banana
plug into the 10A jack.
5. Press the MODE button to indicate “DC” on the display.
6. Remove power from the circuit under test, then open up the circuit
at the point where you wish to measure current.
7. Touch the black test probe tip to the negative side of the circuit. Touch the red test probe
tip to the positive side of the circuit.
8. Apply power to the circuit.
9. Read the current in the display.
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AC CURRENT (FREQUENCY, DUTY CYCLE) MEASUREMENTS
CAUTION: Do not make 20A current measurements for longer than 30 seconds.
Exceeding 30 seconds may cause damage to the meter and/or the test leads.
1. Insert the black test lead banana plug into the negative COM jack.
2. For current measurements up to 6000µA AC, set the function
switch to the yellow µA position and insert the red test lead
banana plug into the µA/mA jack.
3. For current measurements up to 600mA AC, set the function
switch to the yellow mA position and insert the red test lead
banana plug into the µA/mA jack.
4. For current measurements up to 20A AC, set the function
switch to the yellow 10A/HZ/% position and insert the red test
lead banana plug into the 10A jack.
5. Press the MODE button to indicate “AC” on the display.
6. Remove power from the circuit under test, then open up the
circuit at the point where you wish to measure current.
7. Touch the black test probe tip to the neutral side of the circuit.
Touch the red test probe tip to the “hot” side of the circuit.
8. Apply power to the circuit.
9. Read the current in the display.
10. Press and hold the MODE button to indicate “Hz”.
11. Read the frequency in the display.
12. Momentarily press the MODE button again to indicate “%”.
13. Read the % duty cycle in the display.
14. Press and hold the MODE button to return to current measurement.
RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, disconnect power to the unit under test and
discharge all capacitors before taking any resistance measurements. Remove the
batteries and unplug the line cords.
1. Set the function switch to the green Ω
position.
2. Insert the black test lead banana plug into the negative COM
jack.
Insert the red test lead banana plug into the positive Ω jack.
3. Press the MODE button to indicate “Ω” on the display.
4. Touch the test probe tips across the circuit or part under test.
It is best to disconnect one side of the part under test so the
rest of the circuit will not interfere with the resistance reading.
5. Read the resistance in the display.
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CONTINUITY CHECK
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, never measure continuity on circuits or wires that
have voltage on them.
1. Set the function switch to the green Ω
position.
2. Insert the black lead banana plug into the negative COM jack.
Insert the red test lead banana plug into the positive Ω jack.
3. Press the MODE button to indicate“
"and “Ω” on the display
4. Touch the test probe tips to the circuit or wire you wish to
check.
5. If the resistance is less than approximately 35Ω, the audible
signal will sound. If the circuit is open, the display will indicate
“OL”.
DIODE TEST
1. Set the function switch to the green Ω
position.
2. Insert the black test lead banana plug into the
negative COM jack and the red test lead banana
plug into the positive V jack.
3. Press the MODE button to indicate “ “ and “V” on
the display.
4. Touch the test probes to the diode under test.
Forward voltage will typically indicate 0.400 to
0.700V. Reverse voltage will indicate “OL”. Shorted
devices will indicate near 0V and an open device will
indicate “OL” in both polarities.
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TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS
1. Set the function switch to the green Temp position.
2. Insert the Temperature Probe into the input jacks, making sure to
observe the correct polarity.
3. Press the MODE button to indicate “ºF” or “ºC”
4. Touch the Temperature Probe head to the part whose
temperature you wish to measure. Keep the probe touching the
part under test until the reading stabilizes (about 30 seconds).
5. Read the temperature in the display.
Note: The temperature probe is fitted with a type K mini connector.
A mini connector to banana connector adaptor is supplied for connection to the input
banana jacks.
Note: The temperature range of the supplied thermocouple probe is -20 to 250°C (-4 to
482°F)
CAPACITANCE MEASUREMENTS
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, disconnect power to the unit under test and
discharge all capacitors before taking any capacitance measurements. Remove the
batteries and unplug the line cords.
1. Set the rotary function switch to the green CAP position.
2. Insert the black test lead banana plug into the negative
COM jack.
Insert the red test lead banana plug into the positive V
jack.
3. Touch the test leads to the capacitor to be tested.
4. Read the capacitance value in the display
FREQUENCY (DUTY CYCLE) MEASUREMENTS (ELECTRONIC)
1. Set the rotary function switch to the green Hz/% position.
2. Insert the black lead banana plug into the negative COM jack
and the red test lead banana plug into the positive Hz jack.
3. Touch the test probe tips to the circuit under test.
4. Read the frequency on the display.
5. Press the MODE button to indicate “%”.
6. Read the % duty cycle in the display.
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% 4 – 20mA MEASUREMENTS
1. Set up and connect as described for DC mA measurements.
2. Set the rotary function switch to the 4-20mA% position.
3. The meter will display loop current as a % with 0mA=-25%, 4mA=0%, 20mA=100%, and
24mA=125%.
AUTORANGING/MANUAL RANGE SELECTION
When the meter is first turned on, it automatically goes into AutoRanging. This
automatically selects the best range for the measurements being made and is generally
the best mode for most measurements. For measurement situations requiring that a range
be manually selected, perform the following:
1. Press the RANGE key. The “AUTO” display indicator will turn off.
2. Press the RANGE key to step through the available ranges until you select the range
you want.
3. To exit the Manual Ranging mode and return to Autoranging, press and hold the
RANGE key for 2 seconds.
Note: Manual ranging does not apply for the Temperature functions.
MAX/MIN
1. Press the MAX/MIN key to activate the MAX/MIN recording mode. The display icon
"MAX" will appear. The meter will display and hold the maximum reading and will update
only when a new “max” occurs.
2. Press the MAX/MIN key again and the display icon "MIN" will appear. The meter will
display and hold the minimum reading and will update only when a new “min” occurs.
3. To exit MAX/MIN mode press and hold the MAX/MIN key for 2 seconds.
RELATIVE MODE
The relative measurement feature allows you to make measurements relative to a stored
reference value. A reference voltage, current, etc. can be stored and measurements made
in comparison to that value. The displayed value is the difference between the reference
value and the measured value. Note: Relative mode does not operate in the 4-20mA mode.
1. Perform the measurement as described in the operating instructions.
2. Press the REL button to store the reading in the display and the "REL" indicator will
appear on the display.
3. The display will now indicate the difference between the stored value and the measured
value.
4. Press the REL button to exit the relative mode.
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DISPLAY BACKLIGHT
Press the HOLD/
key for >1 second to turn the backlight on. The backlight will
automatically turn off after 10 seconds.
HOLD
The hold function freezes the reading in the display. Press the HOLD key momentarily to
activate or to exit the HOLD function.
PEAK HOLD
The Peak Hold function captures the peak AC voltage or current. The meter can capture
negative or positive peaks as fast as 1 millisecond in duration. Momentarily press the
PEAK button, “PEAK” and “MAX” will display. The meter will update the dispay each time
a higher positive peak occurs. Press the PEAK button again, “MIN” will display. The meter
will update the dispay each time a lower negative peak occurs. Press and hold the PEAK
button for more than 1 second to exit PEAK Hold mode. Auto Power Off feature will be
disabled automatically in this mode.
LOW BATTERY INDICATION
With a fresh battery installed, the battery icon with four lines above it will be displayed in
the lower right corner of the LCD. The lines will disappear as the battery is used. When the
icon appears alone in the display, the battery should be replaced.
AUTO POWER OFF
The auto off feature will turn the meter off after 15 minutes. To disable the auto power off
feature, hold down the MODE button and turn the meter on. “APO d” will appear in the
display. Turn the meter off and then on again to re-enable the auto power off feature.
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Maintenance
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, disconnect the test leads from any source of voltage
before removing the back cover or the battery or fuse covers.
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, do not operate your meter until the battery and fuse
covers are in place and fastened securely.
This MultiMeter is designed to provide years of dependable service, if the following care
instructions are performed:
1. KEEP THE METER DRY. If it gets wet, wipe it off.
2. USE AND STORE THE METER IN NORMAL TEMPERATURES. Temperature
extremes can shorten the life of the electronic parts and distort or melt plastic parts.
3. HANDLE THE METER GENTLY AND CAREFULLY. Dropping it can damage the
electronic parts or the case.
4. KEEP THE METER CLEAN. Wipe the case occasionally with a damp cloth. DO NOT
use chemicals, cleaning solvents, or detergents.
5. USE ONLY FRESH BATTERIES OF THE RECOMMENDED SIZE AND TYPE. Remove
old or weak batteries so they do not leak and damage the unit.
6. IF THE METER IS TO BE STORED FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME, the batteries
should be removed to prevent damage to the unit.
BATTERY INSTALLATION
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, disconnect the test leads from any source of voltage
before removing the battery cover.
1. Turn power off and disconnect the test leads from the meter.
2. Open the rear battery cover by removing two screws (B) using a Phillips head
screwdriver.
3. Insert the battery into battery holder, observing the correct polarity.
4. Put the battery cover back in place. Secure with the screws.
You, as the end user, are legally bound (Battery ordinance) to return all used
batteries and accumulators; disposal in the household garbage is prohibited!
You can hand over your used batteries / accumulators, gratuitously, at the
collection points for our branches in your community or wherever batteries /
accumulators are sold!
Disposal
Follow the valid legal stipulations in respect of the disposal of the device at the
end of its lifecycle
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WARNING: To avoid electric shock, do not operate the meter until the battery cover is in
place and fastened securely.
NOTE: If your meter does not work properly, check the fuses and batteries to make sure that
they are still good and that they are properly inserted.
A
B
A
B
A
F1 F2
REPLACING THE FUSES
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, disconnect the test leads from any source of voltage
before removing the meter cover.
1. Disconnect the test leads from the meter.
2. Remove the protective rubber holster.
3. Remove the battery cover (two “B” screws) and the battery.
4. Remove the six “A” screws securing the rear cover.
5. Gently remove the old fuse and install the new fuse into the holder.
6. Always use a fuse of the proper size and value (0.5A/1000V fast blow for the 600mA
range [SIBA 70-172-40], 10A/1000V fast blow for the 20A range [SIBA 50-199-06]).
7. Replace and secure the rear cover, battery and battery cover.
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, do not operate your meter until the fuse cover is in
place and fastened securely.
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Specifications
Function
Range
Resolution
DC Voltage
400mV
0.01mV
4V
0.0001V
40V
0.001V
400V
0.01V
1000V
0.1V
Accuracy
±(0.06% reading + 2 digits)
±(0.1% reading + 2 digits)
AC Voltage
50 to 1000Hz
400mV
0.01mV
4V
0.0001V
40V
0.001V
400V
0.01V
1000V
0.1V
±(1.0% reading + 4 digits)
±(1.0% reading + 3 digits)
All AC voltage ranges are specified from 5% of range to 100% of range
DC Current
400μA
0.01μA
4000μA
0.1μA
40mA
0.001mA
400mA
0.01mA
10A
0.001A
±(1.0% reading + 3 digits)
(20A: 30 sec max with reduced accuracy)
AC Current
50 to 1000Hz
400μA
0.01μA
4000μA
0.1μA
40mA
0.001mA
400mA
0.01mA
10A
0.001A
±(1.5% reading + 3 digits)
(20A: 30 sec max with reduced accuracy)
All AC voltage ranges are specified from 5% of range to 100% of range
o
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o
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NOTE: Accuracy is stated at 65 F to 83 F (18 C to 28 C) and less than 75% RH.
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Function
Resistance
Capacitance
Range
Resolution
400Ω
0.01Ω
4kΩ
0.0001kΩ
40kΩ
0.001kΩ
400kΩ
0.01kΩ
4MΩ
0.0001MΩ
40MΩ
0.001MΩ
40nF
0.001nF
400nF
0.01nF
4μF
0.0001μF
40μF
0.001μF
400μF
0.01μF
Accuracy
±(0.3% reading + 9 digits)
±(0.3% reading + 4 digits)
±(2.0% reading + 10 digits)
±(3.5% reading + 40 digits)
±(3.5% reading + 10 digits)
4000µF
0.1µF
20mF
0.001mF
40mF
0.001mF
Frequency
40Hz
0.001Hz
(electronic)
400Hz
0.01Hz
4kHz
0.0001kHz
40kHz
0.001kHz
400kHz
0.01kHz
4MHz
0.0001MHz
40MHz
0.001MHz
100MHz
0.01MHz
±(5% reading + 10 digits)
Not specified
±(0.1% reading + 1 digits)
Not specified
Sensitivity: 0.8V rms min. @ 20% to 80% duty cycle and <100kHz; 5Vrms min @ 20%
to 80% duty cycle and > 100kHz.
Frequency
40.00-400Hz
(electrical)
Sensitivity: 15Vrms
Duty Cycle
0.1 to 99.90% 0.01%
±(0.5% reading)
0.01Hz
±(1.2% reading + 2 digits)
Pulse width: 100µs - 100ms, Frequency: 5Hz to 150kHz
Temp
-50 to 1382°F
1°F
(type-K)
-45 to 750°C
1°C
±(1.0% reading + 4.5°F)
±(1.0% reading + 2.5°C)
(probe accuracy not included)
4-20mA%
-25 to 125%
0.01%
±50 digits
0mA=-25%, 4mA=0%, 20mA=100%, 24mA=125%
Note: Accuracy specifications consist of two elements:
• (% reading) – This is the accuracy of the measurement circuit.
• (+ digits) – This is the accuracy of the analog to digital converter.
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Enclosure
Double molded, Waterproof (IP67)
Shock (Drop Test)
6.5 feet (2 meters)
Diode Test
Test current of 0.9mA maximum, open circuit voltage 2.8V DC
typical
Continuity Check
Audible signal will sound if the resistance is less than 35Ω
(approx.), test current <0.35mA
PEAK
Captures peaks >1ms
Temperature Sensor
Requires type K thermocouple
Input Impedance
>10MΩ VDC & >3MΩ VAC
AC Response
True rms
ACV Bandwidth
50Hz to 1000Hz
Crest Factor
≤3 at full scale up to 500V, decreasing linearly to ≤1.5 at 1000V
Display
40,000 count backlit liquid crystal display with bargraph
Overrange indication
“OL” is displayed
Auto Power Off
15 minutes (approximately) with disable feature
Polarity
Automatic (no indication for positive); Minus (-) sign for negative
Measurement Rate
2 times per second, nominal
Low Battery Indication
“
Battery
One 9 volt (NEDA 1604) battery
Fuses
mA, µA ranges; 0.5A/1000V ceramic fast blow
A range; 10A/1000V ceramic fast blow
” is displayed if battery voltage drops below operating voltage
Operating Temperature 5ºC to 40ºC 41ºF to 104ºF)
o
o
o
o
Storage Temperature
-20 C to 60 C (-4 F to 140 F)
Operating Humidity
Max 80% up to31ºC (87ºF) decreasing linearly to 50% at 40ºC
(104ºF)
Storage Humidity
<80%
Operating Altitude
2000meters. (7000ft) maximum.
Weight
0.753lb (342g) (includes holster).
Size
187 x 81 x 50mm (7.36” x 3.2” x 2.0”) (includes holster)
Safety
This meter is intended for origin of installation use and protected,
against the users, by double insulation per EN61010-1 and
nd
IEC61010-1 2 Edition (2001) to Category IV 600V and Category
III 1000V; Pollution Degree 2. The meter also meets UL 61010-1,
nd
nd
2 Edition (2004), CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1 2 Edition (2004),
st
and UL 61010B-2-031, 1 Edition (2003)
Approvals
UL CE
UL Listed
The UL mark does not indicate that this product has been
evaluated for the accuracy of its readings.
Copyright © 2008 Extech Instruments Corporation.
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form.
www.extech.com
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WARRANTY/DISCLAIMER
OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. warrants this unit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of 13 months from date of purchase. OMEGA’s WARRANTY adds an additional one (1)
month grace period to the normal one (1) year product warranty to cover handling and shipping
time. This ensures that OMEGA’s customers receive maximum coverage on each product.
If the unit malfunctions, it must be returned to the factory for evaluation. OMEGA’s Customer
Service Department will issue an Authorized Return (AR) number immediately upon phone or
written request. Upon examination by OMEGA, if the unit is found to be defective, it will be repaired
or replaced at no charge. OMEGA’s WARRANTY does not apply to defects resulting from any action
of the purchaser, including but not limited to mishandling, improper interfacing, operation outside
of design limits, improper repair, or unauthorized modification. This WARRANTY is VOID if the unit
shows evidence of having been tampered with or shows evidence of having been damaged as a
result of excessive corrosion; or current, heat, moisture or vibration; improper specification;
misapplication; misuse or other operating conditions outside of OMEGA’s control. Components in
which wear is not warranted, include but are not limited to contact points, fuses, and triacs.
OMEGA is pleased to offer suggestions on the use of its various products. However,
OMEGA neither assumes responsibility for any omissions or errors nor assumes liability
for any damages that result from the use of its products in accordance with
information provided by OMEGA, either verbal or written. OMEGA warrants only that
the parts manufactured by the company will be as specified and free of defects.
OMEGA MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND
WHATSOEVER, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EXCEPT THAT OF TITLE, AND ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: The
remedies of purchaser set forth herein are exclusive, and the total liability of OMEGA
with respect to this order, whether based on contract, warranty, negligence,
indemnification, strict liability or otherwise, shall not exceed the purchase price of the
component upon which liability is based. In no event shall OMEGA be liable for
consequential, incidental or special damages.
CONDITIONS: Equipment sold by OMEGA is not intended to be used, nor shall it be used: (1) as a
“Basic Component” under 10 CFR 21 (NRC), used in or with any nuclear installation or activity; or
(2) in medical applications or used on humans. Should any Product(s) be used in or with any
nuclear installation or activity, medical application, used on humans, or misused in any way,
OMEGA assumes no responsibility as set forth in our basic WARRANTY / DISCLAIMER language,
and, additionally, purchaser will indemnify OMEGA and hold OMEGA harmless from any liability
or damage whatsoever arising out of the use of the Product(s) in such a manner.
RETURN REQUESTS/INQUIRIES
Direct all warranty and repair requests/inquiries to the OMEGA Customer Service Department.
BEFORE RETURNING ANY PRODUCT(S) TO OMEGA, PURCHASER MUST OBTAIN AN
AUTHORIZED RETURN (AR) NUMBER FROM OMEGA’S CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT (IN
ORDER TO AVOID PROCESSING DELAYS). The assigned AR number should then be marked on the
outside of the return package and on any correspondence.
The purchaser is responsible for shipping charges, freight, insurance and proper packaging to
prevent breakage in transit.
FOR WARRANTY RETURNS, please have the
following information available BEFORE
contacting OMEGA:
1. Purchase Order number under which
the product was PURCHASED,
2. Model and serial number of the product
under warranty, and
3. Repair instructions and/or specific
problems relative to the product.
FOR NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS, consult OMEGA
for current repair charges. Have the following
information available BEFORE contacting OMEGA:
1. Purchase Order number to cover the
COST of the repair,
2. Model and serial number of the
product, and
3. Repair instructions and/or specific problems
relative to the product.
OMEGA’s policy is to make running changes, not model changes, whenever an improvement is possible.
This affords our customers the latest in technology and engineering.
OMEGA is a registered trademark of OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
© Copyright 2012 OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. All rights reserved. This document may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or reduced to any electronic medium or machine-readable form, in whole or in part, without the prior
written consent of OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.
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