insulation tester
INSULATION TESTER
TM-507
HB2TM5070000
CONTENTS
1.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES...............................................................................................2
1.1.
Preliminary instructions ............................................................................................................................2
1.2.
During use ................................................................................................................................................3
1.3.
After use ...................................................................................................................................................3
1.4.
Overvoltage categories - definitions .........................................................................................................3
2.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................4
2.1.
Working ....................................................................................................................................................4
3.
PREPARATION FOR USE ................................................................................................................................4
3.1.
Preliminary checks ...................................................................................................................................4
3.2.
Power supply ............................................................................................................................................4
3.3.
Calibration ................................................................................................................................................4
3.4.
Storage .....................................................................................................................................................4
4.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS .........................................................................................................................5
4.1.
Instrument - Description ...........................................................................................................................5
4.1.1.
4.1.2.
Turning on ...................................................................................................................................................5
Auto power off .............................................................................................................................................5
4.2.
: DC voltage measurement ...................................................................................................................6
4.2.1.
Anomalous cases which may occur during
4.3.
: AC voltage measurement ...................................................................................................................7
4.3.1.
4.4.
4.4.1.
4.4.2.
4.5.
4.5.1.
4.5.2.
4.6.
4.6.1.
4.6.2.
measurements ......................................................................6
Anomalous cases which may occur during
Ω
measurements ......................................................................7
: Resistance measurement and continuity test .................................................................................8
"ZERO" mode ..............................................................................................................................................9
Anomalous cases which may occur during Ω
measurement ................................................................10
LoΩ: Continuity test on earth, protective and equalizing potential conductors .......................................11
"ZERO" mode ............................................................................................................................................12
Anomalous cases which may occur during LoΩ measurement .................................................................13
MΩ:Insulation resistance measurement test voltage 250V, 500V, 1000V DC .......................................14
Measurement time setting mode ...............................................................................................................15
Anomalous cases which may occur during MΩ tests.................................................................................15
5.
AINTENANCE .................................................................................................................................................16
5.1.
General...................................................................................................................................................16
5.2.
Battery replacement ...............................................................................................................................16
5.3.
Cleaning .................................................................................................................................................16
5.4.
End of life................................................................................................................................................16
6.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................................17
6.1.
Characteristics........................................................................................................................................17
6.1.1.
6.1.2.
6.1.3.
6.2.
6.2.1.
6.2.2.
7.
Electrical ....................................................................................................................................................18
Safety standards........................................................................................................................................18
General specifications ...............................................................................................................................18
ENVIRONMENT .....................................................................................................................................18
Environmental conditions...........................................................................................................................18
EMC...........................................................................................................................................................18
6.3.
ACCESSORIES......................................................................................................................................18
SERVICE .........................................................................................................................................................19
7.1.
Warranty conditions................................................................................................................................19
7.2.
After-sale service....................................................................................................................................19
TM-507
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES
This instrument complies with safety Standards EN61557 and EN61010-1 related to electronic
measuring instruments.
CAUTION
For your own safety and to avoid damaging the instrument follow the
procedures described in this instruction manual and read carefully all notes
preceded by this symbol .
When taking measurements:
avoid doing that in humid or wet places - make sure that humidity is within the limits indicated in
section “environmental conditions”.
avoid doing that in rooms where explosive gas, combustible gas, steam or excessive dust is
present.
keep you insulated from the object under test.
do not touch exposed metal parts such as test lead ends, sockets, fixing objects, circuits etc.
avoid doing that if you notice anomalous conditions such as breakages, deformations, fractures,
leakages of battery liquid, blind display etc.
be particularly careful when measuring voltages exceeding 25V in particular places (building
yards, swimming pools, etc.) and 50V in ordinary places to avoid risks of electrical shocks.
The following symbols are used:
CAUTION - refer to the instruction manual - an improper use may damage the
instrument or its components
DC voltage
AC voltage
1.1. PRELIMINARY INSTRUCTIONS
This instrument has been designed for use in environments of pollution degree 2.
It can be used for tests on electrical installations of overvoltage category III 265V and 550V
maximum rated interlinked voltage (and to earth).
You are recommended to respect the usual safety regulations aimed at protecting you against
dangerous currents and protecting the instrument against improper use.
Only the original test leads supplied along with the instrument guarantee compliance with the
safety Standards in force. They must be in a good conditions and, if necessary, replaced with
identical ones.
Do not test nor connect to any circuit exceeding the specified overload protection.
Do not take measurements under environmental conditions exceeding the limits indicated in this
manual.
Make sure that batteries are correctly installed.
Before connecting the test probes to the installation make sure that the right function is chosen.
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1.2.
DURING USE
CAUTION
An improper use may damage the instrument and/or its components or injure
the operator.
Before selecting any function, first disconnect the test leads from the circuit under test.
When the instrument is connected to circuits never touch any unused terminal.
Do not measure resistance in presence of external voltages; although the instrument is protected,
an excessive voltage may cause malfunctioning.
CAUTION
If the “low battery” symbol is displayed during use interrupt testing and replace
batteries following the procedure described in paragraph 5.2.
1.3. AFTER USE
Disconnect the test leads from the circuit under test and switch off the instrument.
If you expect not to use the instrument for a long period remove batteries.
1.4. OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORIES - DEFINITIONS
Standard EN61010-1 (Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and
laboratory use, Part 1: General requirements) defines what a measurement category (usually called
“overvoltage category”) is. At paragraph 6.7.4: Measuring circuits it says:
(OMISSIS)
Circuits are divided into the following measurement categories:
•
Measurement category IV is for measurements performed at the source of the low-voltage
installation.
Examples are electricity meters and measurements on primary overcurrent protection devices
and ripple control units.
•
Measurement category III is for measurements performed in the building installation.
Examples are measurements on distribution boards, circuit breakers, wiring, including cables,
bus-bars, junction boxes, switches, socket-outlets in the fixed installation, and equipment for
industrial use and some other equipment, for example, stationary motors with permanent
connection to fixed installation.
•
Measurement category II is for measurements performed on circuits directly connected to the
low voltage installation.
Examples are measurements on household appliances, portable tools and similar equipment.
•
Measurement category I is for measurements performed on circuits not directly connected to
MAINS.
Examples are measurements on circuits not derived from MAINS, and specially protected
(internal) MAINS-derived circuits. In the latter case, transient stresses are variable; for that
reason, the norm requires that the transient withstand capability of the equipment is made
known to the user.
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2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Dear Customer, the instrument you have purchased, whether used according to the instructions
given in this manual, will grant you accurate and reliable measurements. Thanks to a development of
newest conception assuring double insulation and overvoltage category III you will enjoy the highest
safety.
2.1. WORKING
1000V - MΩ:
500V - MΩ:
250V - MΩ:
LoΩ:
Ω
:
:
:
insulation resistance measurement with test DC voltage of 1000V
insulation resistance measurement with test DC voltage of 500V
insulation resistance measurement with test DC voltage of 250V
continuity test on earth, protective and potential equalising conductors with a test current
higher than 200mA and open voltage ranging from 4V to 24V
measurement of resistance / continuity with sound signal
AC voltage measurement
DC voltage measurement
3. PREPARATION FOR USE
3.1. PRELIMINARY CHECKS
This instrument was checked both mechanically and electrically prior to shipment. All possible cares
and precautions were taken to let you receive the instrument in perfect conditions. Notwithstanding
we suggest you to check it rapidly (eventual damages may have occurred during transport – if so
please contact the local distributor from whom you bought the item). Make sure that all standard
accessories mentioned in paragraph 6.3. are included. Should you have to return back the instrument
for any reason please follow the instructions mentioned in paragraph 7.
3.2. POWER SUPPLY
The instrument is powered by batteries (refer to paragraph 6.3 for details on model, no. and battery
life). When batteries are low, a low battery indication is displayed. To replace/insert batteries follow
the instructions indicated in paragraph 5.2.
3.3. CALIBRATION
The instrument complies with the technical specifications contained in this manual and such
compliance is guaranteed for 1 year. Annual recalibration is recommended.
3.4. STORAGE
After a period of storage in extreme environmental conditions exceeding the limits mentioned in
paragraph 6.2.1 let the instrument resume normal measuring conditions before using it.
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4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4.1.
INSTRUMENT - DESCRIPTION
LEGEND:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Inputs
Inputs
Display
ON/OFF key
LOCK key
ZERO and backlight key
GO key
FUNC HOLD key
Fig. 1: Instrument description
key to switch on/off the instrument
LOCK key to select the continuous mode measurement and to set the insulation
measurement time
ZERO key to calibrate the cables being used
key to on and off the backlight
GO key to start a measurement
ARROW keys to select measurements
4.1.1. Turning on
When the instrument is turned on all display segments are lit for just a while. Then the instrument is
ready for DC voltage measurement.
4.1.2. Auto power off
The instrument automatically turns off 15 minutes after last pressure of keys. To resume operation
turn on the instrument again. When the instrument must be used for long voltage measurements, the
operator may need to disable the auto power off function. In order to do so press the LOCK key. On
next switch on autopower off will be automatically restored.
On the instrument’s LCD the symbol
is displayed only when auto power off is active.
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4.2.
:
DC VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT
CAUTION
The maximum input voltage is 550+10%V. Don’t try to measure higher
voltages to avoid risks of electrical shocks or serious damages to the
instrument.
Fig. 2:
Connection of the instrument’s terminals during
1.
Turn on the instrument
2.
Press the arrow keys to select
test
3. Insert the black and red cables in the corresponding input terminals of the instrument
4. If necessary, insert the croco clips on the test probes
5. Connect the cables to the desired points of the circuit under test as shown in Fig. 2. The voltage
value will be displayed
6. Example of display of DC voltage value
DC voltage value
4.2.1. Anomalous cases which may occur during
1. The
maximum
input
voltage
is
550+10%V.
If the detected voltage value exceeds
605V RMS the instrument displays the
screen beside.
Disconnect immediately the instrument
from the circuit under test to avoid
electrical shocks and damages to the
instrument.
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4.3.
:
AC VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT
CAUTION
The maximum input voltage is 550+10%V. Don’t try to measure higher
voltages to avoid risks of electrical shocks or serious damages to the
instrument.
Fig. 3: Connection of the instrument’s terminals during
1.
Turn on the instrument
2.
Press the arrow keys to select
test
3. Insert the black and red cables in the corresponding input terminals of the instrument
4. If necessary, insert the croco clips on the test probes
5. Connect the cables to the desired points of the circuit under test as shown in Fig. 3. The voltage
value will be displayed
6. Example of display of AC voltage value
AC voltage value
4.3.1. Anomalous cases which may occur during
1. The
maximum
input
voltage
is
550+10%V.
If the detected voltage value exceeds
605V RMS the instrument displays the
screen beside.
Disconnect immediately the instrument
from the circuit under test to avoid
electrical shocks and damages to the
instrument.
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4.4.
Ω
:
RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT AND CONTINUITY TEST
CAUTION
Before taking resistance measurements make sure that the circuit under test is
not powered and that eventual condensers are discharged. The measured
value is out of accuracy if an input voltage is present.
Fig. 4: Connection of the instrument’s terminals during Ω
1.
Turn on the instrument
2.
Press the arrow keys to select Ω
test
3. Insert the black and green cables in the corresponding input terminals of the instrument
4. If the measuring cables being used have not
been calibrated, first calibrate them as
described in paragraph 4.4.1
Resistance value
5. Position the test probes on the desired points of the circuit
under test (see Fig. 4)
6.
7.
8.
Press GO to perform the measurement
Example of display of resistance value. If such value is lower than 30Ω the instrument emits
an acoustic signal
+
Press LOCK and GO to perform the measurement in continuous
mode, the symbol LOCK is displayed. Press GO another time to
stop the continuous mode measurement
9. In lock mode the instrument emits an acoustic signal and the auto power off is disabled
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4.4.1.
"ZERO" mode
1. Any addition or replacement of cables, extensions and croco clips nullify the previous
calibration and make necessary a new calibration before performing further measurements.
Therefore the instrument must be calibrated in the same conditions at which it will operate
during measurements
2. Short-circuit the cable ends with each other as shown in Fig. 5 making sure that the metallic
parts of test probes and crocodiles are in good touch
3. Message >100.0 Ω :means that the instrument dected a resistance higher than 100.0 Ω
Fig. 5: Connection of the instrument’s terminals during calibration procedure
4.
Press GO to perform the measurement
5.
Press ZERO the instrument resets the resistance of the cables, the symbol ZERO
is displayed
6. The measured value is stored by the instrument and used as offset (which means it’s
deducted from all continuity tests performed) until a new pressing of the ZERO key that voids
the calibration
7. Each time the instrument is switched off the calibrated value is lost
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4.4.2. Anomalous cases which may occur during Ω
measurement
1. The full scale of the instrument is 199.9Ω. If the
resistance value is higher than this value, or in case of
open or interrupted probes, the instrument displays the
screen beside.
2. If the voltage present at the terminals is higher than
24V the instrument does not perform the test. The
screen beside is displayed
Input voltage
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4.5. LoΩ:
CONTINUITY TEST ON EARTH, PROTECTIVE AND EQUALIZING POTENTIAL
CONDUCTORS
The measurement is performed with a test current higher than 200 mA (R<5Ω) and open circuit
voltage ranging from 4 to 24V DC according to EN 61557-2 and VDE 0413 part 4.
CAUTION
Before taking resistance measurements make sure that the circuit under test is
not powered and that eventual condensers are discharged. The measured
value is out of accuracy if an input voltage is present.
Fig. 6: Connection of the instrument’s terminals during LoΩ test
1.
Turn on the instrument
2.
Press the arrow keys to select LoΩ
3. Insert the black and red cables in the corresponding input terminals of the instrument
4. If the measuring cables being used have not been
calibrated, first calibrate them as described in
paragraph 4.5.1
Resistance value
5. Position the test probes on the desired points of
the circuit under test (see Fig. 6)
6.
7.
Press GO to
measurement
+
perform
the
Press LOCK and GO to perform the measurement in
continuous mode, the symbol LOCK is displayed. Press GO
another time to stop the continuous mode measurement
8. In lock mode the instrument emits an acoustic signal and the auto power off is disabled
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4.5.1.
"ZERO" mode
1. Any addition or replacement of cables, extensions and croco clips nullify the previous
calibration and make necessary a new calibration before performing further measurements.
Therefore the instrument must be calibrated in the same conditions at which it will operate
during measurements
2. Short-circuit the cable ends with each other as shown in Fig. 7 making sure that the metallic
parts of test probes and crocodiles are in good touch
3. Message >5.00 Ω :means that the instrument dected a resistance higher than 5.00 Ω
Fig. 7: Connection of the instrument’s terminals during calibration procedure
4.
Press GO to perform the measurement
5.
Press ZERO the instrument resets the resistance of the cables, the symbol
ZERO is displayed
6. The measured value is stored by the instrument and used as offset (which means it’s
deducted from all continuity tests performed) until a new pressing of the ZERO key that voids
the calibration
7. Each time the instrument is switched off the calibrated value is lost
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4.5.2. Anomalous cases which may occur during LoΩ measurement
1. The full scale of the instrument is 19.99Ω. If the
resistance value is higher than this value, or in case of
open or interrupted probes, the instrument displays the
screen beside.
2. If the voltage present at the terminals is higher than
24V the instrument does not perform the test. The
screen beside is displayed
Input voltage
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4.6. MΩ:INSULATION RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT TEST VOLTAGE 250V, 500V, 1000V DC
The measurement is performed according to EN 61557-2 and VDE 0413 part 1.
CAUTION
•
Before performing the insulation test make sure that the circuit under test is
not energized and all relative loads are disconnected.
• The insulation measurement requires particolar care and attention to avoid
providing wrong test results and causing damages to third parties.
• Before the insulation test prepare the plant adequately by disconnecting
everything must not be tested. During the insulation test continuously make
sure that the applied voltage is not accessible to third parties.
• A measurement with a cable disconnected by mistake may provide a good
result also in presence of a faulty insulation. It’s necessary to take all
possibile cares to avoid that. Once prepared the plant and connected the
measuring cables, make sure that they are correctly connected. In case of
doubt, bifore performing an insulation test, perform a Ω 0.2A measurement
by short-circuiting the cables under test at a point of the plant which is as
far as possibile from the measuring clips. Remove the short circuit before
performing the insulation test.
Fig. 8: Connection of the instrument’s terminals during MΩ test
1.
Turn on the instrument
2.
Press the arrow keys to select MΩ
3. Insert the black and red cables in the corresponding input terminals of the instrument
4. If the cable length is not sufficient for the measurement extend the black one with an adequately
insulated cable, as its insulation is in parallel to the resistance to be measured. It must be
suspended and not laid to earth and all supports must be of insulated material
5. If necessary insert the croco clips on the test probes
6. Disconnect the circuit or the part of plant under test from power and all eventual loads
7. Connect the instrument’s terminals to the end of the conductors on which the insulation test must be
performed (see Fig. 8)
8.
Press GO to start the measurement for the set time (see par. 4.6.1). Press GO
to stop the measurement before the end of the set time
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CAUTION
The message
on the display means that the instrument is discharging
eventual capacitors. During this phase never disconnect nor touch test leads.
9. At the end of the test the instrument
automatically discharge eventual capacitors and
parasite capacitances present among the
conductors involved in the measurement
Nominal
value
test
voltage
10 At the end of the test a screen similar to this is
displayed
Resistance value
11 If the resistance value is higher than the full
scale, a screen similar to this is displayed.
Note! An insulation value higher than the full
scale is an excellent insulation value,
generally much higher than the minimum
requirements prescribed by standards
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12
Nominal
value
test
voltage
Press LOCK and GO to perform the measurement in continuous
mode, the symbol LOCK is displayed. Press GO another time to
stop the continuous mode measurement
13 In lock mode the instrument emits an acoustic signal and the auto power off is disabled
4.6.1.
Measurement time setting mode
Press LOCK more than one second, a screen similar
to this is displayed
Press the arrow keys to select the desired time value
Press GO to confirm the selected value
4.6.2. Anomalous cases which may occur during MΩ tests
If, during measurement, the input voltage
present at terminals is higher than 24V, the
instrument suspends the test.
A screen similar to this is displayed showing the
input voltage value
Input voltage value
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5. AINTENANCE
5.1. GENERAL
This is a precision instrument. Strictly follow the instructions for use and storage reported in this
manual to avoid any possible damage or danger during use.
Do not use this tester under unfavorable conditions of high temperature or humidity. Do not expose to
direct sunlight.
Be sure to turn off the tester after use. If the instrument is not to be used for a long period you are
recommended to remove batteries to avoid leakages of battery liquid which may damage its internal
circuits.
5.2. BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When the low battery indication (refer to paragraph 6.1.3) is displayed the batteries are to be
replaced.
CAUTION
Only skilled technicians can open the instrument and replace batteries. Before
removing batteries disconnect the test leads from the input terminals to avoid
electrical shocks.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Switch off the instrument
Remove test leads from the input terminals
Remove the battery compartment cover by using a screwdriver
Remove all batteries replacing them with new ones all of the same type (refer to paragraph 6.1.3)
respecting the polarity signs
Re-allocate the battery pack taking care that the part from which the black and red wires come out
is positioned backwards
If the battery pack is re-allocated in a wrong way, the battery compartment can not be closed. In
this case do not force the plastic parts, but re-position the battery pack correctly before closing
Replace the battery compartment cover making a pressure to close it
Use the appropriate battery disposal methods for your area
5.3. CLEANING
Use a soft dry cloth to clean the instrument. Never use wet cloths, solvents, water, etc.
5.4.
END OF LIFE
Caution: this symbol indicates that equipment and its accessories shall be
subject to a separate collection and correct disposal
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
This product conforms to the prescriptions of the European directive on low voltage
73/23/EEC (LVD) and to EMC directive 89/336/EEC, amended by 93/68/EEC.
6.1. CHARACTERISTICS
Accuracy is indicated as [% of reading + digit number]. It is referred to the following reference
conditions: 23°C ± 5°C with RH <70%.
DC voltage measurement
Range
Resolution
0.1 - 600.0V
0.1V
Accuracy
±(0.5% rdg + 1 dgt)
Input impedance
3MΩ
Overload protection
605V AC max RMS
AC voltage measurement
Range
Resolution
0.1 - 600.0V
0.1V
Accuracy
±(0.8% rdg + 4 dgt)
Input impedance
3MΩ
Overload protection
605V AC max RMS
Max crest factor:
2
Resistance measure / Test Continuity with buzzer
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.1 - 199.9Ω
0.1Ω
±(2.0% rdg + 3 dgt)
Overload protection
605V AC max RMS per 1 minute
The buzzer sounds while measured resistance is lower than 30Ω
Ω 0.2A: Continuity of protection conductors
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.01 - 19.99Ω
0.01Ω
±(2.0% rdg + 3 dgt)
Overload protection
605V max RMS
Test current: >200mA DC up to 5Ω (measuring cables resistance included)
Test current: >45mA DC over 5Ω (measuring cables resistance included)
Open circuit voltage: 4 < V0 < 24V
MΩ: Insulation resistance (Auto Range)
Test voltage
Range
Resolution
0.001 - 0.100MΩ
0.001MΩ
0.101 – 3.999MΩ
0.001MΩ
250V
4.00- 39.99MΩ
0.01 MΩ
40.0 – 399.9MΩ
0.1 MΩ
400 –1000MΩ
1MΩ
0.001 - 0.250MΩ
0.001MΩ
0.251 – 3.999MΩ
0.001MΩ
500V
4.00- 39.99MΩ
0.01 MΩ
40.0 – 399.9MΩ
0.1MΩ
400- 2000MΩ
1MΩ
0.001 - 0.250MΩ
0.001MΩ
0.251 – 3.999MΩ
0.001MΩ
4.00- 39.99MΩ
0.01 MΩ
1000V
40.0 – 399.9MΩ
0.1MΩ
400 - 1000MΩ
1MΩ
1000 - 4000MΩ
1MΩ
Accuracy
± 10 dgt
Overload protection
±(2.0% rdg + 5 dgt)
±(5.0% rdg + 5 dgt)
± 15 dgt
±(2.0% rdg + 5 dgt)
±(5.0% rdg + 5 dgt)
± 15 dgt
±(2.0% rdg + 5 dgt)
±(3.0% rdg + 5 dgt)
±(5.0% rdg + 10 dgt)
Autorange
Open circuit voltage: <1.3 x V0
Accuracy of nominal voltage: –0% +10%
Short circuit current: <3.0mA
Nominal testing current: 1mA @ 1KΩ x V (1mA @ 500KΩ)
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6.1.1. Electrical
Conversion:
Display refreshing rate:
6.1.2. Safety standards
The instrument complies with:
Insulation:
Pollution level:
Max height:
Overvoltage category:
Average value
2 times per second
EN61010-1, EN61557
Class 2, double insulation
2
2000m, indoor use
CAT III 1000V and CAT IV 600V (phase to earth)
CAT III 1000V and CAT IV 600V (phase to phase)
Indoor usage, maximum height:
2000m
6.1.3. General specifications
Mechanical features
Dimensions:
Weight (batteries included):
240(L) x 100(W) x 45 (H)mm
approx. 450g
Power supply
Battery type:
Low battery indication:
Battery life:
Display
Features:
6.2. ENVIRONMENT
6.2.1. Environmental conditions
Reference temperature:
Working temperature:
Relative humidity allowed:
Storage temperature:
Storage humidity:
6 batteries 1.5 V – LR6 – AA – AM3 – MN 1500
the symbol " " is displayed when the battery voltage is too
low
Multimeter:
About 50 hours
LoΩ:
> 1000 tests @ 1Ω
MΩ 250V:
> 1000 tests @ 480kΩ
MΩ 500V:
> 1000 tests @ 480kΩ
MΩ 1000V:
> 1000 tests @ 480kΩ
4 LCD with max. reading 9999 counts + symbol and decimal
point
23° ± 5°C
0°C ÷ 40 °C
<70%
-10 ÷ 60 °C
<70%
6.2.2. EMC
This instrument was designed in compliance with the EMC standards in force and its compatibility
has been tested for EN61326-1 (1997) + A1 (1998).
6.3. ACCESSORIES
Please see enclosed packing list.
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7. SERVICE
7.1. WARRANTY CONDITIONS
This instrument is guaranteed against material or production defects, in accordance with our general
sales conditions. During the warranty period the manufacturer reserves the right to decide either to
repair or replace the product.
Should you need for any reason to return back the instrument for repair or replacement take prior
agreements with the local distributor from whom you bought it. Do not forget to enclose a report
describing the reasons for returning (detected fault). Use only original packaging. Any damage
occurred in transit due to non original packaging will be charged anyhow to the customer.
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to persons or things.
The warranty doesn’t apply to:
• Accessories and batteries (not covered by warranty).
• Repairs made necessary by improper use (including adaptation to particular applications not
foreseen in the instructions manual) or improper combination with incompatible accessories or
equipment.
• Repairs made necessary by improper shipping material causing damages in transit.
• Repairs made necessary by previous attempts for repair carried out by non skilled or
unauthorized personnel.
• Instruments for whatever reason modified by the customer himself without explicit authorization of
our Technical Dept.
The contents of this manual may not be reproduced in any form whatsoever without the
manufacturer’s authorization.
Our products are patented and our logotypes registered. We reserve the right to modify
specifications and prices in view of technological improvements or developments which
might be necessary.
7.2. AFTER-SALE SERVICE
Shouldn’t the instrument work properly, before contacting your distributor make sure that batteries are
correctly installed and working, check the test leads and replace them if necessary. Make sure that
your operating procedure corresponds to the one described in this manual.
Should you need for any reason to return back the instrument for repair or replacement take prior
agreements with the local distributor from whom you bought it. Do not forget to enclose a report
describing the reasons for returning (detected fault). Use only original packaging. Any damage
occurred in transit due to non original packaging will be charged anyhow to the customer.
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to persons or things.
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TENMARS ELECTRONICS CO., LTD
6F, 586, RUI GUANG ROAD, NEIHU,
TAIPEI 114, TAIWAN.
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.tenmars.com
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