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BENCH MODEL MULTIMETER
Contents
Contents ...........................................................................................................................................................................................I
Chapter 1......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Safety Standards .............................................................................................................................................................................. 1
Warning ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Warranty .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Chapter 2......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction and Specifications ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Front Panel ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Rear Panel ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
LCD Display Description ................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Function Descriptions...................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Chapter 3 Operation Manual ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
Understanding AC Zero Input Behavior of True RMS Meters...................................................................................................... 10
DC/AC(TRMS) Voltage ................................................................................................................................................................ 10
DCmV/ACmV ............................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Ohm/Continuity/DIODE ............................................................................................................................................................... 13
Capacitance Measurement ............................................................................................................................................................. 14
Logic Frequency/Duty cycle Measurement................................................................................................................................... 15
Clamp Measurement...................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Temperature measurement............................................................................................................................................................. 17
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DCµA / AcµA measurement .......................................................................................................................................................... 18
DC mA / AC mA measurement ..................................................................................................................................................... 20
DC A / AC A measurement ............................................................................................................................................................ 21
Linear Frequency Measurement .................................................................................................................................................... 22
Relative Measurement ................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Max/Min Value .............................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Data Hold ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Low Passed Filter .......................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Peak Value ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
RS232 Interface ............................................................................................................................................................................. 24
Auto Power Off ............................................................................................................................................................................. 25
Chapter 4 Specification ................................................................................................................................................................ 25
General Specification .................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Range and Accuracy ...................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Chapter 5 Maintenance ................................................................................................................................................................ 31
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Replacing the Fuse ........................................................................................................................................................................ 31
Replacing the Power Fuse ............................................................................................................................................................. 32
Replacing the Battery .................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Chapter 6 Accessories ................................................................................................................................................................... 33
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Chapter 1
Safety Standards
This style of digital multimeter is designed and manufactured according to the safety requirements set out by the
IEC61010-1 standards for electronic test instruments . Its design and manufacture is strictly based on the provisions in the
1000V CAT II of IEC61010-1 and the Stipulation of 2-Pollution Grade.
Warning
To avoid possible electric shock, personal injury, or death, read the following before using the Meter:
Use the Meter only as specified in this manual, or the protection provided by the Meter might be impaired.
Do not use the Meter in wet environments.
Inspect the Meter before using it. Do not use the Meter if it appears damaged.
Inspect the test leads before use. Do not use them if insulation is damaged or metal is exposed. Check the test leads for
continuity. Replace damaged test leads before using the Meter.
Verify the Meter's operation by measuring a known voltage before and after using it. Do not use the Meter if it operates
abnormally. Protection may be impaired. If in doubt, have the Meter serviced.
Whenever it is likely that safety protection has been impaired, make the Meter inoperative and secure it against any
unintended operation.
Have the Meter serviced only by qualified service personnel.
Do not apply more than the rated voltage, as marked on the Meter, between the terminal or between any terminal and
earth ground.
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Always use the power cord and connector appropriate for the voltage and outlet of the country or location in which you
are working.
Remove test leads from the Meter before opening the case.
Never remove the cover or open the case of the Meter without first removing it from the main power source.
Never operate the Meter with the cover removed or the case open.
Use only the replacement fuses specified by the manual.
Use the proper terminal, function and range for your measurements.
Do not operate the Meter around explosive gas, vapor or dust.
When using probes, keep your fingers behind the finger guards.
When making electrical connections, connect the common test lead before connecting the live test lead. When
disconnecting, disconnect the live test lead before disconnecting the common test lead.
Disconnect circuit power and discharge all high voltage capacitors before testing resistance, continuity, diodes, or
capacitance.
Before measuring current, check the Meter's fuses and turn OFF power to the circuit before connecting the Meter to the
circuit.
When servicing the Meter, use only specified replacement parts.
Warranty
The meter is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. The warranty
period is one year and begins on the date of shipment. Parts, product repairs, and services are warranted for 18 months except
for misused, altered, neglected, contaminated, or damaged by accident or abnormal conditions of operation or handling.This
warranty does not apply to fuses, disposable batteries.
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Chapter 2
Introduction and Specifications
22000 Counts
ACV and DCV up to 1000V
10µV Sensitivity for Voltage measurement.
Linear Frequency Logic Frequency and Duty Measurement
Capacity Range from 0.01nF to 220mF
AC TRMS.
Peak Max/Min value Measurement Function
Max/Min Relative Measurement Function
Low Passed Filter Function
RS-232 Optical Isolation Interface
PC Software for Display Data Record and Data Analysis
Power Supply Methods: 220V/110V AC(50~60Hz) 9V 6F22 Battery 1.5×6 AA Battery
Temperature Measurement
Clamp Measurement
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,
、
、
Front Panel
Front panel as below:
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Front Panel Features
1.
2.
Ω
V Hz Terminal
Input positive terminal for all measurement except current measurement , connected with red test leads.
COM Terminal
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Input common terminal for all measurement , connected with black test leads.
A/mA Terminal
Input positive terminal for current measurement ( A/mA) , connected with red test lead.
A Terminal
Input positive terminal for current measurement (A) , connected with red test lead.
Rotary Switch
Switching positions correspondingly when changing different input signals.
Note: Switching position before changing signals in case caused damage.
Display Screen
Button
μ
μ
Button Description
Name
FUNC
RANGE
Hz
HOLD
PEAK
MAX/MIN
LPF
REL
PC-LINK
Δ
Description
Function toggling
Back Light Wake up , press this button can wake the meter in auto power off mode
Toggle to manual mode in autorange mode , increase range in manual mode toggle to autorange mode when
pressing longer than 1 S in manual mode.
Under frequency measurement, toggle from frequency to duty.
Select hold function. when the measuing value overload ,Display ‘OL’;
Select peak function: The peak values are stored in external Capacitors.
Select max/min function: The meter displays the maximum or minimum value.
To activate the low passed filter function, most of noise above 1KHz will decay greatly.
LCD panel displays relative value.
LCD panel displays ‘RS232’ , the meter communicates with PC software.
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)
;
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FUNC button description
Rotary Position
Input Signal
DCV
DCmV
ACV
ACmV
DCA
ACA
TEMP
μ
DC A
DCmA
DCA
μ
AC A
ACmA
ACA
Button description
RANGE
Voltage
Current
Clamp
Resistance
Capacitance
Frequency
Duty
Temperature
○
○
○
○
○
X
X
X
HOLD
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
MAX/MIN
○
○
○
○
○
X
X
○
REL
○
○
○(AC)
○
○
X
X
○
6
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
(Note 2) LPF
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Hz
X
X
○
X
X
PEAK
(Note 1)
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
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Note 1: In Capacitance Measureing mode ,when MAX/MIN or REL function is activated,the data sent to PC software is the
actual value.
Note 2: When PEAK function is activated, the data sent to PC software is invalid
Note 3:
meaning the function can be selected, X menaing the function is invalid
○
Rear Panel
:
Rear panel as blow
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(1) Battery Cover
Replace 9V 6F22 or 1.
6 AA battery.
(2) Supply Power Inlet with Fuse, Houses Fuse 0.1A/250V.
(3) Power Switch
(4) RS232 Socket
5×
LCD Display Description
(1)
Bargraph Display Zone
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Digital Display Zone
Display Annunciators and Indicators
Sign
Description
Battery (low battery when shown on display.)
Auto power off function is selected
DC (Direct Current)
AC (Alternating Current)
Hold status is selected
Diode test is selected
Continuity test is selected
Communication with PC terminal is selected
Reading is minimum peak value
Reading is maximum peak value
Relative readings function is selected
Reading is minimum value
Reading is maximum value
RS232
P-MIN
P-MAX
REL
MIN
MAX
Function Descriptions
:
;
Auto range or manual range Toggle to manual mode in autorange mode , increase range in manual mode toggle to
autorange mode when pressing longer than 1 S in manual mode.
Linear frequency When input signal is AC voltage or current, press ‘Hz’ button to activate frequency measurement.
Logic frequency and duty : In frequency mode, press ‘Hz’ button switches the mode to/from duty cycle mode.
:
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:
Continuity and diode test Under continuity test , the beeper emits a continuous tone if the input is approximately below
30 .Under diode test,the forward voltage of the semiconductor junction (or junctions) is measured.
Relative measurement: Show the difference between actual value and the relative base.
Display Value = Actual Value
Relative Value.
Max/Min Show the minimum or maximum value recorded and the present measurement.
Low passed filter Most of noise above 1KHz will decay greatly. So obtain more stable and accurate readings on low
frequency response.
Peak hold: Hold Max and Min peak value.
RS232 Interface.
Ω
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Chapter 3 Operation Manual
Understanding AC Zero Input Behavior of True RMS Meters
True RMS Meters accurately measure distorted waveforms, but when the input leads are shorted together in the AC
function the Meter displays a residual reading between 0 and 30 counts, When the test leads are open, the display reading may
fluctuate due to interference, These offset reading are normal .they do not affect the meter’s measurement accuracy over the
specified measurement range.
DC/AC(TRMS) Voltage
The Meter is capable of measuring voltage up to 1000 V DC and 750 V AC.
To perform a voltage measurement:
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1. Turn rotary switch to
position LCD panel displays DC ; press FUNC button when measuring AC voltage,
and LCD display ‘AC’;
2. Connect red test lead with V Hz terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
3. Connect test leads to test circuit;
4. The Meter selects the appropriate range in the autorange mode. The function and measurement are displayed;
Ω
5. By pressing the RANGE button, it is possible to select range manually. While displaying OL during manual range
measurement, it is necessary to select a larger range. When OL displaying under the maximum range, it indicates
the voltage exceeding 1000V,so it is necessary to remove both the red and black test leads from the measured circuit
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immediately.
Note: In case of probe hanging in the air, the voltage inducted by the testing line may cause unstable readings on the
display screen, but that will not affect the accuracy of measurement.
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DCmV/ACmV
The Meter is capable of measuring mV up to 220mV.
To perform a mV measurement:
,
‘ ’
1. Turn rotary switch to
position LCD panel displays DC ; press FUNC button when measuring AC mV, and
LCD display ‘AC’;
2. Connect red test lead with V Hz terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
3. Connect test leads to test circuit;
4. The function and measurement are displayed;
5. While displaying OL during measurement, it is necessary to remove both the red and black test leads from the
measured circuit immediately.
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
Notes: In case of probe hanging in the air, the voltage inducted by the testing line may cause unstable readings on the
display screen, but that will not affect the accuracy of measurement.
Note: Do not measuring the voltage exceed the 220mV voltage.
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Ohm/Continuity/DIODE
Ω
The Meter is capable of measuring Ohm up to 220M .
To perform a measurement:
position LCD panel displays
; press FUNC button to select continuity function or
1. Turn rotary switch to
diode function;
2. Connect red test lead with V Hz terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
3. Press FUNC button selecting a function of the ohm continuity or diode
4. Connect test leads to test circuit;
5. The function and measurement are displayed;
6. The beeper emits a continuous tone if the input is approximately below 30 .Under diode test,The forward voltage
Ω
‘Ω’
,
Ω
、
。
Ω
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of the semiconductor junction is measured.
Note: In case of performing resistance or continuity test on circuit board, it is necessary firstly to turn off the power of
the circuit board and then perform the measurement. As there may be other parallel circuits, so the displayed
value of test is not surely the actual value of the resistance.
Capacitance Measurement
The Meter is capable of measuring up to 220mF
To perform a capacitance measurement:
1. Turn rotary switch to
position LCD panel display F ;
2. Connect red test lead with V Hz terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
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3. Connect test leads to measure capacitance;
4. The function and measurement are displayed
Notes: 1). Discharge the capacitance before measuring.
2). Do not to perform capacitance measurement on a circuit board on which there are other parallel devices, for
that may cause a very large error.
Logic Frequency/Duty cycle Measurement
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)
~
The measurement frequency up to 220MHz Vpp 3V ,duty cycle range is of 10% 90%
To perform the measurement:
1. Turn rotary switch to Hz position LCD panel displays Hz ;
2. Connect red test lead with V Hz terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
3. Connect test leads to measuring circuit;
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4.
5.
Pressing Hz button to toggle between frequency and duty cycle measurement;
The function and measurement are displayed.
Clamp Measurement
The Meter is capable of measuring current up to 2200A
To perform the measurement:
1. Turn rotary switch to
position LCD panel displays DC ; press FUNC button when measuring AC Current,
and LCD display ‘AC’;
2. Connect red test lead with V Hz terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
3. Connect test leads to clamp adapter’s output terminal ;
,
‘ ’
Ω
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4.
5.
The Meter selects the appropriate range in the autorange mode. The function and measurement are displayed;
By pressing the RANGE button it is possible to select range manually. While displaying OL during manual range
measurement, it is necessary to select a larger range. When OL displaying under the maximum range, it indicates
the voltage exceeding 2200A,so it is necessary to remove both the red and black test leads from the adapter output
terminal immediately.
Note: It is required clamp adapter output 1mV/A
Temperature measurement
℃
℃
The Meter is capable of measuring temperature from -30
to 1300
To perform the measurement:
1. Turn rotary switch to TEMP position LCD panel default displays ambient temperature;
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2.
3.
4.
Ω
Connect Multi-Function socket IN terminal with V Hz terminal ;Connect Multi-Function socket COM terminal
with COM terminal;
Connect K type thermocouple to Multi-Function socket input terminal;
The function and measurement are displayed, it will display ‘OL’ if the measuring temperature is higher than
1300 or lower than -30 .
℃
℃
DCμ
μA / Acμ
μA measurement
μ~ μ
‘ ’
The Meter is capable of measuring current from 0.01 A 2200 A
To perform the measurement:
1. Turn rotary switch to
position LCD panel displays DC ; press FUNC button when measuring AC Current,
and LCD display ‘AC’;
2. Connect red test lead with
A/m A terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
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3.
4.
5.
Turn off the power of the measured circuit, connect the red and black probes to the measured circuit in serial way
and then turn on the power of the measured circuit;
The Meter selects the appropriate range in the autorange mode. The function and measurement are displayed;
By pressing the RANGE button it is possible to select range manually. While displaying OL during manual range
measurement, it is necessary to select a larger range. When OL displaying under the maximum range, it indicates
the voltage exceeding 2200 A ,so it is necessary to remove both the red and black test leads from the circuit
immediately.
μ
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DC mA / AC mA measurement
μA~220mA
Turn rotary switch to
position,LCD panel displays‘DC’; press FUNC button when measuring AC Current,
and LCD display ‘AC’;
Connect red test lead with μA/m A terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
The Meter is capable of measuring current from 1
To perform the measurement:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn off the power of the measured circuit, connect the red and black probes to the measured circuit in serial way
and then turn on the power of the measured circuit;
The Meter selects the appropriate range in the autorange mode. The function and measurement are displayed;
By pressing the RANGE button it is possible to select range manually. While displaying OL during manual range
measurement, it is necessary to select a larger range. When OL displaying under the maximum range, it indicates
the voltage exceeding 220mA,so it is necessary to remove both the red and black test leads from the circuit
immediately.
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DC A / AC A measurement
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The Meter is capable of measuring current from 0.1mA 10A
To perform the measurement:
1. Turn rotary switch to
position LCD panel displays DC ; press FUNC button when measuring AC Current,
and LCD display ‘AC’;
2. Connect red test lead with A terminal and black test lead with COM terminal;
3. Turn off the power of the measured circuit, connect the red and black probes to the measured circuit in serial way
and then turn on the power of the measured circuit;
4. The function and measurement are displayed.
Note : Make sure the measurement current not exceed 10A to avoid damage of the meter.
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Linear Frequency Measurement
To perform the measurement:
1. When performing voltage or current measurement, in case of measured value being AC or including AC elements,
it is possible to measure and display the frequency on the display zone, by pressing Hz key. However it has a
certain requirements for the amplitude of alternating signal and the meter has varied requirements for signal
amplitude when it is in different ranges, for information of which please refer to below;
2. Press Hz key again to measure duty.
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Relative Measurement
Δ
Except for frequency, duty , Clamp(AC) , all other measurements can employ relative measurement. Press REL key to
enter relative measurement and the meter will record the initial value when pressing the key.
Displayed value = Actual value
Initial value
Press REL again to exit relative measurement. Changes of measurement value may be found in relative measurement which
also can be used for the small resistance measurements, for example, when performing resistance measurement, connect the
red test lead and the black test lead in short, press the REL key to record the values of resistance (resistance of both the red
and black lines), and after that performing resistance measurement again the lead resistance will have been taken off from the
display value.
Notes: Duty to subtraction, the relative value is sometimes a negative one.
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Δ
△
Max/Min Value
The meter displays the maximum or minimum value of the input in Max/Min mode.When Max/Min is pressed for the first
time, the meter displays the maximum value.When Max/Min is pressed again, the meter displays the minimum value. When
Max/Min is pressed for the third time, the meter displays max value. The meter returns to normal operation if Max/Min is
pressed and held for longer than one second.
Data Hold
Pressing HOLD button to activate hold mode,LCD panel display ‘HOLD’, hold mode makes the meter stop updating the
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LCD ,pressing HOLD button again, will exit hold mode.
Low Passed Filter
The meter provides a 3-order low-pass filter to reduce the influence of high frequency noise above 1KHz (3dB). This LPF
feature is available in all ACV measuring mode. Pressing LPF button to activate LPF function, in LPF mode , the AC
sign on LCD panel will blink until the LPF mode is canceled. When LPF mode is activated, most of noise above 1KHz will
decay greatly. So we can obtain more stable and accurate readings on low frequency response. pressing LPF button again exit
LPF mode.
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;
Peak Value
The peak values are stored in external capacitors. The precision of Peak mode measurement can be enhanced by calibration.
Calibration for Peak mode is invoked by pressing Peak button for more than 2 seconds. Entering Peak mode will automatically
execute peak calibration. Pressing peak button,the meter display max peak value. Press Peak button again ,the meter display
min peak value,press peak button longer than 1S ,the meter exits peak mode.
RS232 Interface
,
Connecting RS232 terminal and PC USB socket with RS232 cable in accessories, and press PCLINK Button then the meter
communicate with PC software , LCD display “RS232”. PC can record , print the data from the meter by running PC software
correspondingly. Press PCLINK button again, the meter terminate the communication with PC and don’t display ‘RS232’.
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Auto Power Off
The meter has a default auto power off function. If the meter is idle for more than 15 minutes, the meter automatically turns the
power off ; after power off, press
button to wake up the meter.
Chapter 4 Specification
General Specification
,
(
)
22000 counts autorange / manual range, measurement rates of 2, 20 timers/second slow, fast .
The max overload protective voltage is up to AC 250 V (TRMS)except for current and voltage.
In
A/mA mode, protective current is 0.3A; In A mode, protective current is 10A.
Overload Indicator: OL.
Fuse : 0.3A/250V( A/mA terminal), 10A/250V(A terminal), 0.1A/250V(line power fuse)
Optical Isolution RS232C Interface.
Operating Temperature: 18
28 (relative humidity <=80%)
Storage Temperature: 20
60 (relative humidity <=80%)
(<18 or >28 )
Temperature Coefficient: 0.05 Specified Accuracy per
Dimensions: 238mm(W) 230mm(L) 83mm(H)
Weight : Approx. 1.5kg, without power cord
μ
μ
℃~ ℃
- ℃~ ℃
×
×
×
℃
25
℃
℃
Range and Accuracy
The below-listed accuracies under different ranges refer to those which are guaranteed by the meter within one-year calibration,
under the operating temperature of 18 -28
and relative humidity less than 80%.The presentation for accuracy is:
(a%
reading digits + b digits)
℃ ℃
±
AC Voltage Accuracy
Accuracy
5KHz 10KHz
60Hz 5KHz
200mV
0.01mV
(1.5% +30)
(2.5% +30)
2V
0.1mV
(1.5% +30)
(2.5% +30)
20V
1mV
(1.5% +30)
(2.5% +30)
200V
10mV
(1.5% +30)
(2.5% +30)
(1.5% +30)
Unspecified
750V
0.1V
(0.5% +30)
1KHz
Note: Above accuracies can be guaranteed within 20% - 100% of the full range .
Range
Resolution
40Hz~60Hz
(0.5% +30)
(0.5% +30)
(0.5% +30)
(0.5% +30)
±
±
±
±
±
±
±
±
±
±
(
—
±
±
±
±
)
DC Voltage Accuracy
Range
200mV
2V
20V
200V
Resolution
0.01mV
0.1mV
1mV
10mV
Accuracy
±(0.05% +6)
±(0.05% +6)
±(0.05% +6)
±(0.05% +6)
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Range
Resolution
1000V
0.1V
Note: Above accuracies can be guaranteed within the full range.
Accuracy
±(0.05% +6)
AC Current Accuracy
Range
μ
μ
200 A
2000 A
20mA
200mA
10A
Resolution
μ
μ
μ
μ
0.01 A
0.1 A
1 A
10 A
1mA
40Hz~60Hz
±(0.8% +30)
±(0.8% +30)
±(0.8% +30)
±(0.8% +30)
±(1.0% +30)
Accuracy
60Hz 1KHz
(1.0% +30)
(1.0% +30)
(1.0% +30)
(1.0% +30)
(1.5% +30)
±
±
±
±
±
~
±
±
±
±
±
% - 90% of the full range.
Note:Above accuracies can be gurranteed within 20
DC Current Accuracy
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
200 A
0.01 A
(0.15% +15)
2000 A
0.1 A
(0.15% +15)
20mA
1 A
(0.15% +15)
200mA
10 A
(0.15% +15)
10A
1mA
(0.5% +15)
Note: Above accuracies can be guaranteed within the full range.
μ
μ
μ
μ
μ
μ
±
±
±
±
±
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1KHz 5KHz
(1.2% +30)
(1.2% +30)
(1.2% +30)
(1.2% +30)
(2 % +30)
Resistance Accuracy
Range
Accuracy
200
(0.1% +10)
2K
(0.1% +10)
20K
(0.1% +5)
200K
(0.1% +5)
2M
(0.1% +10)
20M
(0.5% +10)
200M
(2 % +10)
Notes: 1. Above accuracies can be guaranteed within the full range.
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Ω
Ω
Ω
Ω
Ω
Ω
±
±
±
±
±
±
±
2.Accuracy for diode and continuity are unspecified.In Continuity Test Mode,the bluzzer will beeper if the measure
value lower than 20 ,may or not beep if the measure value between 20 and 50 .not beep when the measure
value higher than 50
Ω
Ω
Ω
Capacitance Accuracy
Range
20nF
200nF
2 F
20 F
200 F
2000µF
20mF
μ
μ
μ
Resolution
0.01nF
0.1nF
1nF
10nF
0.1 F
1 F
10 F
Accuracy
±(1.2% +30)
±(1.2% +30)
±(1.2% +30)
±(1.2% +30)
±(2.2% +30)
±(2.2% +30)
±(2.2% +30)
μ
μ
μ
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200mF
100
Unspecified
Notes:
Above accuracies for film capacitor or better can be guaranteed within the full range.
Above specification from 20nF to 2uF ranges are specified under REL mode. The reading is calibrated to zero by
relative function when input is floating.
Logic Frequency:
Frequency Range
Signal
20Hz 220MHz
Vpp 3V square wave
~
Accuracy
±(0.06% +10)
Linear Frequency:
Input Range
200mV
2V
20V
200V
750V
200 A
2000 A
20mA
200mA
10A
μ
μ
AC Sensitivity (TRMS sine wave)
5Hz~10KHz
10KHz~100KHz
5mV
10mV
50mV
100mV
500mV
1000mV
5V
10V
50V(Note 1)
Unspecified
Unspecified
5 A(Note 1)
Unspecified
50 A(Note1)
Unspecified
50 A(Note 1)
5mA(Note 1)
Unspecified
500mA(Note1)
Unspecified
μ
μ
μ
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:
Note 1 Freqency response 50Hz~10KHz.
Duty
Accuracy
10%
Duty Scale
5% 95%
~
±
ClAMP
Range
DC 220A
DC 2200A
AC 220A (50 60Hz)
AC 2200A(50 60Hz)
~
~
Resolution
0.01A
0.1A
0.01A
0.1A
Accuracy
0.1%+10
(0.1%+10)
(1%+30)
(1%+30)
±(
±
±
±
)
Temperature
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
-30
1300
1
(1%+2)
Note: Accuracies apply following 90 minutes settling time after a change in the ambient temperature of the instrument.
℃~ ℃
℃
±
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Chapter 5 Maintenance
Introduction
Repairs or servicing not covered in this manual should only be performed by qualified personnel.
Replacing the Fuse
Use the following procedure to examine or replace the multimeter of fuses:
Turn the power switch to off, and remove the power cable from live power source.
Disconnect test leads from any live source, turn the rotary switch to off, and remove the test leads from the input
terminals.
Open the tools cover on the top cover, and open the fuse cover in the tool case.
Remove the blown fuse, replace with fuse of the same size and rating. Make sure the new fuse is centered in the fuse
holder.
Replace the blown fuse with same ratings. The A input terminal is protected by a F10A/250V fast blow ceramic fuse,
6
32mm. The mA input terminal is protected by a F300mA/250V fast blow fuse, 5 20mm..
Fuse rarely need replacement and blow almost always as a result of the operator’s error.
Never use the bench multimeter unless the fuse cover is in place and fastened fully.
Note: To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the test leads and any input signals before replacing the fuses. Replace only with
same type of fuses. The A input terminal is protected by a F10A/250V fast blow ceramic fuse. The mA input terminal is
×
Φ×
31
Φ
protected by a F300mA/250V fast blow fuse.
Replacing the Power Fuse
Use the following procedure to examine or replace the power fuses:
1. Turn the power switch to off, and remove the power cable from live power source.
2. Disconnect test leads from any live source, turn the rotary switch to off, and remove the test leads from the input terminals.
3. Replace the power fuse from the supply power inlet with fuse. Replace the blown fuse with same ratings.
4. The power fuse: 100mA / 250V, Fast,
5 20mm.
Note: To avoid electrical shock, disconnect power cable from live power source , and remove the test leads and any input
signals before replacing the power fuses. Replace only with same type of fuses.
Φ×
Replacing the Battery
When the multimeter displays the “
” mark, the battery must be replaced to maintain proper operation. Use the following
procedure to replace the battery:
Disconnect test leads from any live source, turn the rotary switch to off, and remove the test leads from the input
terminals.
Remove screws on the battery cover and open the case.
Remove the exhausted battery and replace with a new equivalent 9 voltge battery.
Two types of batteries are used in the bench multimeter: one of is a NEDA 1604 6F22 006P type one piece or equivalent
9 voltge battery; other of is IEC LR6 AM3 AA 1.5V 6 pieces.
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Never use the bench multimeter unless the battery cover is in place and fastened fully.
Note: To avoid electrical shock, disconnect power leads from live power sourceand remove the test leads and
signals before replacing the battery. Replace only with same type of battery.
Chapter 6 Accessories
Item
Manual
Test Leads
Power Cord
RS232C Cable(3415)
K Type Thermocouple
Multi-Function Socket
CD-ROM
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
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