ENGLISH User manual
ENGLISH
User manual
© Copyright HT ITALIA 2012
Versione EN 1.03 - 16/05/2012
HT9014 - HT9015
Contents:
1.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES .......................................................... 2
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
2.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................... 4
2.1.
2.2.
3.
TRMS and Mean Value measuring instruments................................................................ 4
True Root Mean Square value and Crest Factor definitions ............................................. 4
PREPARATION FOR USE ........................................................................................... 5
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
4.
Preliminary ........................................................................................................................ 2
During use ......................................................................................................................... 3
After use ............................................................................................................................ 3
Measuring (overvoltage) categories definitions ................................................................. 3
Initial .................................................................................................................................. 5
Power supply ..................................................................................................................... 5
Calibration ......................................................................................................................... 5
Storage .............................................................................................................................. 5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................................................... 6
4.1.
Instrument description ....................................................................................................... 6
4.1.1.
4.1.2.
4.2.
Function key description.................................................................................................... 7
4.2.1.
H key........................................................................................................................................... 7
4.2.2.
4.2.3.
4.2.4.
4.2.5.
4.2.6.
key ........................................................................................................................................ 7
MODE key .................................................................................................................................. 7
MAX/MIN key .............................................................................................................................. 7
Hz% key...................................................................................................................................... 7
PK/REL key ................................................................................................................................ 7
4.3.
Functions of rotary switch description ............................................................................... 8
4.3.1.
4.3.2.
4.3.3.
4.3.4.
4.3.5.
4.3.6.
4.3.7.
4.3.8.
4.3.9.
5.
General informations ....................................................................................................... 17
Battery replacement ........................................................................................................ 17
Cleaning .......................................................................................................................... 17
End of life ........................................................................................................................ 17
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................ 18
6.1.
Characteristics................................................................................................................. 18
6.1.1.
6.1.2.
6.2.
6.3.
6.4.
Safety........................................................................................................................................ 20
General data ............................................................................................................................. 20
Environmental conditions ................................................................................................ 20
6.2.1.
7.
AC Voltage measurement .......................................................................................................... 8
DC Voltage measurement .......................................................................................................... 9
Resistance measurement ......................................................................................................... 10
Continuity test and Diode test................................................................................................... 11
Capacitance measurement....................................................................................................... 12
Temperature measurement ...................................................................................................... 13
DC Current measurement (only HT9015) ................................................................................ 14
AC Current measurement......................................................................................................... 14
Frequency and Duty cycle measurement ................................................................................. 16
MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................... 17
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
6.
Command description................................................................................................................. 6
Alignment marks ......................................................................................................................... 6
Climatic conditions .................................................................................................................... 20
Standard accessories ...................................................................................................... 20
Optional accessories ....................................................................................................... 20
SERVICE .................................................................................................................... 21
7.1.
7.2.
Warranty conditions......................................................................................................... 21
Service ............................................................................................................................ 21
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1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES
The word “meter” in this manual means generically both the model HT9014 and the model
HT9015 except notation specifically indicated. The meter complies with IEC/EN61010-1.
For your own safety and in order to avoid damaging the instrument, you’re recommended
to keep to the instructions contained in this manual and read carefully all the notes
preceded by the symbol .
Take extreme care for the following conditions while measuring:
• Do not measure voltage or current in humid or wet environment.
• Do not use the meter in presence of explosive gas (material), combustible gas
(material), steam or dust.
• Insulate yourself from the object to be tested.
• Do not touch exposed metal (conductive) parts such as test lead ends, sockets, fixing
objects, circuits, etc.
• If you detect anomalies of testing end (metal part) and attachment of the meter such as
breakages, deformations, foreign substances, no display, etc., do not take any
measurement.
• Measuring voltage over 20V as it might cause human body electricity conduction.
The followings symbols are used on meter and in this manual:
Caution: refer to the instruction manual. An incorrect use may damage the tester
or its components
High Voltage ranger: electrical shock risk
Double insulated instrument
AC Voltage or Current
DC Voltage or Current
Ground reference
1.1. PRELIMINARY
• This apparatus has been designed for use in an environment of pollution degree 2.
Indoor use.
• It measures CURRENT and VOLTAGE on CAT IV 600V and CAT III 1000V plants. For
measurement categories please see § 1.4.
• You must comply with the usual safety regulations aimed at protecting you against the
dangerous electric current and protecting the instrument against an incorrect operation.
• Only the leads supplied with the instrument guarantee compliance with the safety
standards. They must be in good conditions and they must be replaced, if necessary,
with an identical model.
• Do not test or connect to any circuit whose voltage or current exceeds the specified
overload protection.
• Make sure that the batteries are installed correctly.
• Before connecting the test probes to the installation, check that the function selector is
positioned on the required measurement.
• Make sure that the LCD and the range indicator show the same as the function
desired.
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1.2. DURING USE
Always keep to the instructions contained in this manual.
CAUTION
Non compliance with the CAUTIONs and/or the instructions may damage
the tester and/or its components or injure the operator.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Before changing the switch position, take off the clamp jaw from the tested conductor
or the electrical circuit in order to avoid any accident
When the clamp is connected to the circuits to be tested, never touch unused terminals
When testing resistors, do not add voltage. Although there is a protection circuit,
excessive voltage would cause malfunctioning
Before measuring current, remove the voltage-resistance test leads
When measuring current, any strong current close to the clamp jaw will affect the
accuracy
When measuring current, always put the tested conductor in the middle of the clamp
jaw in order to obtain a more accurate reading
If the reading value or the sign indication remains unchanged during the measurement,
check if the HOLD function is active
1.3. AFTER USE
• Once the measurements are completed, turn the rotary switch to OFF.
• If you expect not to use the clamp for a long time, remove the battery.
1.4. MEASURING (OVERVOLTAGE) CATEGORIES DEFINITIONS
The norm EN 61010-1: Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement,
control and laboratory use, Part 1: General requirements, defines what measuring
category, usually called overvoltage category, is. On § 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 lowvoltage 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
The meter can perform the herewith measurements:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DC and AC TRMS Voltage up to 1000V
DC and AC TRMS Current up to 600A
Resistance and continuity test with buzzer
Capacitance
Frequency with test lead and jaws
Duty cycle
Diode test
Temperature with type K probe
AC voltage detection with and without contact with integrated sensor
Each parameter can be selected by rotating the 7 positions switch. To abilitate the hold
function the HOLD key is available. There are also the following keys: “MODE "MAX/MIN",
“Hz%“, “PK/REL” and “ ”. For their use please see § 4.2. The selected quantity appears
on a LCD display with indication of measurement units and functions. An analogical
bargraph it is also availbale
2.1. TRMS AND MEAN VALUE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Safety testers for alternate parameters are divided into two big families:
• MEAN VALUE instruments: instruments which measure only the value of the wave at
the fundamental frequency (50 or 60 Hz)
• TRUE ROOT MEAN SQUARE instruments, also defined as TRMS: instruments which
measure the true root mean square value of the quantity under test.
In presence of a perfectly sinusoidal wave, both families provide identical results. In
presence of distorted waves the readings are different. Mean value instruments provide
only the value of the fundamental wave while True RMS instruments provide the value of
the entire wave, including harmonics (within the passband of the instrument). Accordingly,
if the same quantity is measured with both kinds of instruments, the measured values are
identical only if the wave is purely sinusoidal. Should it be distorted, True RMS instruments
provide higher values than medium value instruments.
2.2. TRUE ROOT MEAN SQUARE VALUE AND CREST FACTOR DEFINITIONS
The current effective value is defined as follows: “In an interval of time equivalent to a
period, an alternate current with effective value having an intensity of 1A, by passing on a
resistor, disperses the same energy which would be dispersed in the same period of time
by a direct current having an intensity of 1A”. From this definition comes the numerical
1
expression: G=
T
t 0 +T
∫g
2
(t )dt The effective value is indicated as RMS (root mean square).
t0
The Crest Factor is defined as the ratio between the Peak Value of a signal and its
Gp
effective value: CF (G)=
. This value varies according to the waveform of the signal,
G RMS
for a purely sinusoidal wave it’s worth 2 =1.41. In presence of distortions the Crest Factor
assumes higher values as long as the wave distortion is higher.
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3. PREPARATION FOR USE
3.1. INITIAL
The tester has been checked from a mechanical and electrical point of view before
shipment.
Every care has been taken to make sure that the instrument reaches you in perfect
conditions.
However, it’s advisable to make a rapid check in order to detect any damage which may
have occurred in transit. Should this be the case, enter immediately the usual claims with
the carrier.
Make sure that all the accessories listed in § 6.3 are contained in the package. In case of
discrepancies contact Your dealer.
In case of returning of the tester please keep to the instructions given in § 7.
3.2. POWER SUPPLY
The instrument is battery supplied. One battery 9V NEDA 1604 IEC 6F22 JIS 006P is
included in the package. Battery life: about 200 hours. When batteries are low, the symbol
“
” appears on the display. Replace them immediately, following the instructions
given in § 5.2
The instrument disposes of the Auto Power OFF function (not disable) consisting in an
automatic switching off 15 minutes of idleness.
3.3. CALIBRATION
The tester complies with the technical features listed in this manual. Its performances are
guaranteed for one year.
3.4. STORAGE
In order to guarantee the accuracy of the measurements, after a period of storage under
extreme environmental condition, wait for the necessary time so that the tester returns to
normal measuring conditions (see environmental specifications, § 6.2.1).
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4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4.1. INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION
4.1.1. Command description
LEGEND:
1. Inductive clamp jaw
2. LED for AC voltage detection
3. Jaw trigger
4. Function selector
5. HOLD /
key
6. PK/REL key
7. LCD display
8. MODE key
9. Hz% key
10. MAX/MIN key
11. V VΩ
CAPHz%Temp
input jack
12. COM input jack
13. Battery cover
Fig. 1: Instrument description
4.1.2. Alignment marks
Put the conductor within the jaws on intersection of the indicated marks as much as
possible (see Fig. 2) in order to meet the meter accuracy specifications
LEGEND
1. Alignment marks
2. Conductor
Fig. 2: Alignment marks
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4.2. FUNCTION KEY DESCRIPTION
4.2.1. H key
By pushing “H” key the parameter measured value is frozen on the display and the symbol
”HOLD” appears on it. This mode is disabled by pushing “H” key or moving the rotary
switch.
4.2.2.
key
Keep pressed the “H” key for the backlight activation. This light could help the operator
reading the display while he’s measuring in dark sites. For sake of battery saving after 10
seconds the light is automiatically switched off.
4.2.3. MODE key
By pushing MODE key the selection of double measured functions which are present at
display is possible. In particular this key is active in Ω
CAP position to select among
resistance test, diode test, continuity test and capacitance test, and in Temp position to
select between °C and °F in temperature test and in 60A , 600A
position (only
HT9015) to select between AC or DC current measurements.
4.2.4. MAX/MIN key
By pushing MAX/MIN key the parameter maximum and minimum values are measured.
Both values are stored in memory and they can be shown cyclically when pressing “MIN
MAX” key. The display shows the symbol linked to the selected function: “MAX” for
maximum value, the symbol “MIN” for minimum value. This mode is activated on each
measurement except for continuity test, diode test capacitance test, frequency test and
duty cycle test. The bargraph disappear in the functions where the MAX/MIN feature is
active.
This mode is disabled keeping pressed MAX/MIN key or moving the rotary switch.
4.2.5. Hz% key
With rotary switch on
, 60A∼, 600A∼ (only HT9014) and 60A , 600A (only HT9015)
positions, the Hz% key permits to select the frequency test (Hz) or the duty cycle test (%)
4.2.6. PK/REL key
, , CAP and DC current (only HT9015) the PK/REL key
With rotary switch on
permits to perform the zeroing of value at display and a relative measurement of the
parameter under test.
By pushing PK/REL key the instrument takes the actual parameter’s value as on offset
and performs a relative measurement. The relative value is displayed, it’s calculated as
actual value – offset value, the “REL” symbol is shown at display and the bargraph is
disabled.
This mode is disabled for resistance test, continuity test, AC current test, temperature test,
frequency test, duty cycle test and diode test and with MAX/MIN mode activated. This
mode is disabled pressing PK/REL key or moving the rotary switch
With rotary switch on 60A∼, 600A∼ (only HT9014) and 60A , 600A positions (only
HT9015) the PK/REL key permits to activated the maximum peak measurement of AC
current (calculated with response time <10ms). The “P” symbol is shown at display and
the value is continuously updated by the meter.
This mode is disabled pressing PK/REL key or moving the rotary switch
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4.3. FUNCTIONS OF ROTARY SWITCH DESCRIPTION
4.3.1. AC Voltage measurement
CAUTION
Maximum input for AC Voltage measurements is 1000Vrms. Do not take
any voltage measurement exceeding this limit in order not to risk electrical
shock or damaging the tester
Fig. 3: Taking AC voltage measurements
1. Approach the meter closest to AC source and note the turn on of red LED which is
placed to the bottom of clamp jaws (see Fig. 1 – part 2) which detect the AC voltage
2. Rotate the switch on
position
CAPHz%Temp jack and the black test lead
3. Insert the red test lead plug into VΩ
plug into COM jack (Fig. 3)
4. Connect the two long ends of test leads to the desired circuit, then reading will be
displayed
5. When “O.L." symbol is displayed, the result exceeds the maximum value that the
instrument is capable of measuring
6. For HOLD, MAX/MIN and REL features please refer to § 4.2
CAUTION
• Due to the high input impedance is possible that the meter performs the
zero of the display taking longer
• The possible blinking values shown at display with open input terminals
are not a problem of the meter and these values will not be added to
the measured value
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4.3.2. DC Voltage measurement
CAUTION
Maximum input for DC Voltage measurements is 1000V. Do not take any
voltage measurement exceeding this limit in order not to risk electrical
shock or damaging the tester.
Fig. 4: Taking DC voltage measurements
1. Rotate the switch on
position
2. Insert the red test lead plug into VΩ
CAPHz%Temp jack and the black test lead
plug into COM jack (Fig. 4)
3. Connect the two long ends of test leads to the desired circuit, then reading will be
displayed
4. When “O.L." symbol is displayed, the result is over the maximum value that the
instrument is able to measure
5. For HOLD, MAX/MIN and REL features please refer to § 4.2
CAUTION
• Due to the high input impedance is possible that the meter performs the
zero of the display taking longer
• The possible blinking values shown at display with open input terminals
are not a problem of the meter and these values will not be added to
the measured value
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4.3.3. Resistance measurement
CAUTION
Before taking any in circuit resistance measurement, remove power from
the circuit to be tested and discharge all the capacitors.
Fig. 5: Taking Resistance measurement
1. Rotate the switch on Ω
CAP position
2. Insert the red test lead plug into VΩ
CAPHz%Temp jack and the black test lead
plug into COM jack (Fig. 5)
3. Connect the two long ends of test leads to the desired circuit, then reading will be
displayed
4. When “O.L.” symbol is displayed, the result under test exceeds the maximum value
that the instrument is capable of measuring
5. For HOLD and MAX/MIN features please refer to § 4.2
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4.3.4. Continuity test and Diode test
CAUTION
Before taking any in circuit resistance measurement, remove power from
the circuit to be tested and discharge all the capacitors.
Fig. 6: Taking Continuity test and Diode test
1. Rotate the switch on Ω
CAP position
2. Pushing MODE key and select continuity test. The
symbol is shown at display
3. Insert the red test lead plug into VΩ
CAPHz%Temp jack and the black test lead
plug into COM jack and perform continuity test on the object under test (see Fig. 6 –
left side). Buzzer emits sound if the measured resistance value is less about 60Ω
4. Pushing MODE key and select diode test. The “ ” symbol is shown at display
5. Connect the red test leads to the anode of diode on test and the black test lead on the
cathode ones (see Fig. 6 – right side). Reverse position of test leads to reading reverse
polarization voltage
6. Displayed values within 0.4V and 0.7V (direct junction) and “OL” (reverse junction) are
correspondent to a correct result. A “0mV” value means a shorted device while a “OL”
indication in both side means a broken device. Bargraph is disabled in diode test
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4.3.5. Capacitance measurement
CAUTION
When testing in-circuit capacitors, turn off the power of the circuit to be tested
and discharge all the capacitors
Fig. 7: Taking Capacitance measurement
1. Rotate the switch on Ω
CAP position
2. Pushing MODE key and select capacitance test. The “nF” symbol is shown at display
3. Insert the red test lead plug into VΩ
CAPHz%Temp jack and the black test lead
plug into COM jack (Fig. 7)
4. Connect the two long ends of test leads to the desired circuit, then reading will be
displayed. Bargraph is disabled in capacitance measurement
5. When “O.L.” symbol is displayed, the result under test exceeds the maximum value that
the instrument is capable of measuring
6. For HOLD and REL features please refer to § 4.2
CAUTION
For readings of capacitance <40nF push PEAK/REL key before making test in
order to improve the measured result
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4.3.6. Temperature measurement
CAUTION
Do not allow the temperature sensor to contact a surface that is energized
above 30 V RMS or 60 V DC, such voltages pose a shock hazard
Fig. 8: Taking Temperature measurement
1. Rotate the switch on Temp position
2. Pushing MODE key and select the kind of measure. “°C” or “°K” symbols are shown at
display respectively for Celsius or Farheneit temperature measurements
3. Insert the type K bead probe in VΩ
CAPHz%Temp and COM inputs terminals
using the standard adapter and observing the correct polarity (see Fig. 8). The
temperature value is shown at display
4. For HOLD and MAX/MIN features please refer to § 4.2
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4.3.7. DC Current measurement (only HT9015)
CAUTION
Make sure that all the test leads are disconnected from the meter terminals
for current measurement.
Fig. 9: Taking DC current measurements
1. Rotate the switch on 60A or 600A position
2. Pushing MODE key and select the kind of measure “DC”
3. Pushing PK/REL key to perform the zeroing of residual magnetization current
CAUTION
The zeroing operation of residual magnetization current is essential to obtain
accurate results
4. Put the conductor to be tested inside to the center of clamp jaw to perform accurated
measurements. Consider the notches on jaws as reference (see Fig. 2). The reading
will be displayed
5. On DC current measurement the “-“ symbol at display means that the meter is
connected in the opposite side compared with current direction (see Fig. 9)
6. When “O.L.” symbol is displayed, the result exceeds the maximum value that the
instrument is capable of measuring. Select an higher range
7. For HOLD, MAX/MIN and REL features please refer to § 4.2
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4.3.8. AC Current measurement
CAUTION
Make sure that all the test leads are disconnected from the meter terminals
for current measurement.
Fig. 9: Taking AC current measurements
1. Rotate the switch on 60A∼ or 600A∼ (only HT9014) or 60A or 600A position (only
HT9015)
2. Pushing MODE key and select the kind of measure “AC” (only HT9015)
3. Put the conductor to be tested inside to the center of clamp jaw to perform accurated
measurements. Consider the marks on jaws as reference (see Fig. 2). The reading will
be displayed
4. When “O.L.” symbol is displayed, the result exceeds the maximum value that the
instrument is capable of measuring. Select an higher range
5. For HOLD, MAX/MIN and PEAK features please refer to § 4.2
CAUTION
The possible blinking values shown at display with open input terminals are
not a problem of the meter and these values will not be added to the
measured value
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4.3.9. Frequency and Duty cycle measurement
CAUTION
• On frequency test with test leads the maximum input for AC Voltage
measurements is 1000Vrms. Do not take any voltage measurement
exceeding this limit in order not to risk electrical shock or damage the
tester
• On frequency test with jaws make sure that all the test leads are
disconnected from the meter terminals for current measurement.
Fig. 10: Taking frequency and duty cycle measurements
1. Rotate the switch on
position for frequency measurement with test leads or 60A
positions (only HT9015) or 60A∼ or 600A∼ positions (only HT9014) for
or 600A
frequency measurements with jaws
2. Pushing Hz% key the “Hz” symbol for frequency measurement or the “%” symbol for
duty cycle measurement are shown at display
3. Insert the red test lead plug into VΩ
CAPHz%Temp jack and the black test lead
plug into COM jack (see Fig. 10 – left side) for frequency measurement with test leads.
Open the clamp and put the conductor to be tested in the middle of the clamp jaw (see
Fig. 10 – right side) for frequency measurements with jaws, then reading will be
displayed. Bargraph is disabled in frequency and duty cycle test
4. When “O.L.” symbol is displayed, the result exceeds the maximum value that the
instrument is capable of measuring
5. For HOLD feature please refer to § 4.2
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5. MAINTENANCE
5.1. GENERAL INFORMATIONS
1. This digital clamp meter is a precision instrument. Whether in use or in storage, please
do not exceed the specification requirements to avoid possible damages or dangers.
2. Do not place this meter at high temperatures or humidity or expose it to direct sunlight.
3. Be sure to turn off the meter after use. If you expect not to use the tester for a long
time, remove the battery in order to avoid leakages of battery liquid that would damage
the internal parts.
5.2. BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When “
” appears on the display, replace the battery.
CAUTION
Only expert and trained technicians must perform this operation. Remove
the test leads or the conductor under test before replacing the battery
1. Rotate the switch on OFF.
2. Remove the test leads or the objects to be tested.
3. Remove the screw from the battery cover, and detach the battery cover from the
bottom cover.
4. Remove the battery
5. Replace the battery with a new one same type (see § 6.1.2)
6. Replace the battery cover and screw
7. Use the appropriate battery disposal methods for Your area
5.3. CLEANING
For cleaning the instrument use a soft dry cloth. Never use a wet cloth, solvents or water,
etc.
5.4. END OF LIFE
CAUTION: this symbol indicates that equipment its accessories and battery shall
be subject to a separate collection and correct disposal
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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
6.1. CHARACTERISTICS
Accuracy is calculated as [% rdg + (number of dgt) x resolution]. It is referred to the
following reference conditions: 18°C ÷ 28°C (65°F ÷ 83°F) with RH < 75%
DC Voltage (Autorange)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
Input impedance
Overload
protection
600.0mV
6.000V
60.00V
600.0V
1000V
0.01mV
0.001V
0.01V
0.1V
1V
±(1.0%rdg + 3dgt)
10MΩ
1000VDC/ACrms
The meter emits a continuous sound with VDC >1000V
AC Voltage TRMS (Autorange) – (instrument HT9014)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
Input
impedance
Bandwidh
Overload
protection
6.000V
60.00V
600.0V
1000V
0.001V
0.01V
0.1V
1V
±(1.0%rdg+10dgt)
(50 ÷ 60Hz)
±(3.5%rdg+5dgt)
(61 ÷ 400Hz)
10MΩ
50-400Hz
1000VDC/ACrms
Integrated sensor for AC voltage detection: LED turn on for phase-earth voltage > 100V, 50/60Hz
The meter emits a continuous sound on 1000V range for VAC>750V
AC Voltage TRMS (Autorange) – (instrument HT9015)
Range
Accuracy
Input
impedance
Bandwidh
Overload
protection
±(1.0%rdg+10dgt)
(50 ÷ 60Hz)
±(3.5%rdg+5dgt)
(61 ÷ 400Hz)
±(1.0%rdg.+4dgt)
(50 ÷ 60Hz)
±(3.5%rdg+5dgt)
(61 ÷ 400Hz)
10MΩ
50-400Hz
1000VDC/ACrms
Resolution
6.000V
0.001V
60.00V
600.0V
0.01V
0.1V
1000V
1V
Integrated sensor for AC voltage detection: LED turn on for phase-earth voltage > 100V, 50/60Hz
The meter emits a continuous sound on 1000V range for VAC>750V
Resistance and Continuity test (Autorange)
Range
600.0Ω
6.000kΩ
60.00kΩ
600.0kΩ
6.000MΩ
60.00MΩ
Resolution
0.1Ω
0.001kΩ
0.01kΩ
0.1kΩ
0.001MΩ
0.01MΩ
Accuracy
±(1.0%rdg+5dgt)
Buzzer
Overload protection
≤ 60Ω
600VDC/ACrms
±(2.0%rdg.+10dgt)
Test current of continuity test: < 0.35mA
DC Current (only HT9015)
Range
60.00A
600.0A
Resolution
0.01A
0.1A
Accuracy (*)
±(2.2%rdg.+10dgt)
±(2.0%rdg+8dgt)
(*) Referred to cable inside to the center of clamp jaws
Position sensitivity: ±2.0%rdg
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Overload protection
600AACrms
HT9014 - HT9015
AC TRMS Current (instrument HT9014)
Range
60.00A
600.0A
60.00A
600.0A
Resolution
0.01A
0.1A
0.01A
0.1A
Accuracy (*)
±(2.8%rdg+12dgt)
±(2.8%rdg+8dgt)
±(4.5% rdg+10dgt)
±(5.0%rdg+10dgt)
Bandwidh
Overload protection
50 ÷ 60Hz
600AACrms
61 ÷ 400Hz
PEAK function: response time <10ms ; (*) Referred to cable inside to the center of clamp jaws
Position sensitivity: ±2.0%rdg
AC TRMS Current (instrument HT9015)
Range
60.00A
600.0A
60.00A
600.0A
Resolution
0.01A
0.1A
0.01A
0.1A
Accuracy (*)
±(2.2%rdg+12dgt)
±(2.2%rdg+8dgt)
±(3.5% rdg+12dgt)
±(3.5%rdg+8dgt)
Bandwidh
Overload protection
50 ÷ 60Hz
600AACrms
61 ÷ 400Hz
PEAK function: response time <10ms ; (*) Referred to cable inside to the center of clamp jaws
Position sensitivity: ±2.0%rdg
Capacitance (Autorange)
Range
40.00nF
400.0nF
4.000µF
40.00µF
400.0µF
4000µF
Resolution
0.01nF
0.1nF
0.001µF
0.01µF
0.1µF
1µF
Accuracy
±(3.5%rdg+40dgt)
Overload protection
±(2.5%rdg+5dgt)
600VDC/ACrms
±(5.0%rdg+5dgt)
Diode test
Range
Test current
0.9mA typical
Open voltage
2.8VDC
Frequency with test leads (Autorange)
Range
99.99Hz
999.9Hz
9.999kHz
60.00kHz
Resolution
0.01Hz
0.1Hz
0.001kHz
0.01kHz
Accuracy
Sensitivity
Overload protection
±(1.0%rdg+5dgt)
≥15Vrms
600VDC/ACrms
Accuracy
Sensitivity
Overload protection
±(1.0%rdg+5dgt)
≥10A (60A)
≥50A(600A)
600AACrms
Resolution
0.1%
Sensitivity
≥15Vrms
Accuracy
±(1.2%rdg+2dgt)
Frequency with jaws (Autorange)
Range
99.99Hz
999.9Hz
9.999kHz
Resolution
0.01Hz
0.1Hz
0.001kHz
Duty Cycle (Autorange)
Range
0.5% ÷ 99.0%
Temperature with type K probe (Autorange)
Range
-20.0 ÷ 400.0°C
400 ÷ 760°C
-4.0 ÷ 752.0°F
752 ÷ 1400°F
Resolution
0.1°C
1°C
0.1°F
1°F
Accuracy (*)
±(2.0%rdg +3°C)
±(2.0%rdg +5°C)
±(2.0%rdg +6°F)
±(2.0%rdg +9°F)
(*) Accuracy of type K probe not considered
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Overload protection
600VDC/ACrms
HT9014 - HT9015
6.1.1. Safety
Comply with:
Insulation:
Pollution degree:
Max height of use:
Installation category:
IEC/EN 61010-1
double insulation
2
2000m (6562 ft)
CAT IV 600V, CAT III 1000V to ground
6.1.2. General data
Mechanical characteristics
Dimensions (L x W x H):
Weight (including battery):
Max conductor size:
215 x 74 x 43mm ; 8 x 3 x 2 in
285g (10 ounces)
30mm (1in)
Supply
Battery type:
Low battery indication:
Battery life:
AutoPowerOff:
1 battery 9V NEDA 1604 IEC 6F22 JIS 006P.
” is displayed when the battery level is low
“
about 200 hours
after 15 minutes of idleness (not disabled)
Display
Characteristics:
4 LCD (max 6000 counts), decimal point, unit symbol
indication, bargraph and backlight
2 times/sec
TRMS
Sample rate:
Conversion mode:
6.2. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
6.2.1. Climatic conditions
Reference temperature:
18°C ÷ 28°C (65°F ÷ 83°F)
Operating temperature:
5 ÷ 40 °C (41°F ÷ 104°F)
Operating humidity:
<80%RH
Storage temperature:
-20 ÷ 60 °C (-4°F ÷ 140°F)
Storage humidity:
<80% RH
This product conforms to the prescriptions of the European directive on low voltage
2006/95/EEC and to EMC directive 2004/108/EEC
6.3. STANDARD ACCESSORIES
• Test leads – Code 4413-2
• Carrying bag
• User manual
• Adapter + type K bead probe
• Battery
6.4. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
The herewith type K probes are avaliable:
Model
TK107
TK108
TK109
TK110
TK111
Description
Air and gas
temperature
Inner temperature of
semisolid
substances
Inner temperature of
fluids
Surface temperature
Surface temperature
with fixed tip at 90°
Temperature
range
Accuracy
(at 100°C)
Probe length
(mm)
Probe diameter
(mm)
-40 ÷ 800 °C
± 2.2rdg
200
1.5
-40 ÷ 800 °C
± 2.2rdg
200
3
-40 ÷ 800 °C
± 2.2rdg
200
4
-40 ÷ 400 °C
± 2.2rdg
200
5
-40 ÷ 400 °C
± 2.2rdg
260
5
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HT9014 - HT9015
7. SERVICE
7.1. WARRANTY CONDITIONS
This equipment is guaranteed against material faults or production defects, in accordance
with the general sales conditions. During the warranty period (one year), faulty parts may
be replaced. The manufacturer reserves the right to decide either to repair or replace the
product.
In case of returning of the instrument, all transport charges must be paid by the customer.
The instrument must be accompanied by a delivery note indicating the faults or reasons of
returning. The returned tester must be packed in its original box. Any damage occurred in
transit because of lack of original packaging will be debited to the customer.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage against persons or things.
Accessories and batteries are not covered by warranty.
The warranty won’t be applied to the following cases:
• faults due to improper use of the equipment
• faults due to combination of the tester with incompatible equipment.
• faults due to improper packaging.
• faults due to servicing carried out by a person not authorized by the company.
• faults due to modifications made without explicit authorisation of our technical
department.
• faults due to adaptation to a particular application not provided for by the definition of
the equipment or by the instruction manual.
The contents of this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without our authorization.
Our products are patented. Our logotypes are registered. We reserve the right to
modify characteristics and prices further to technological developments.
7.2. SERVICE
If the equipment doesn’t work properly, before contacting the SERVICE, test the batteries,
the test leads, etc., and change them if necessary.
If the equipment still doesn’t work, make sure that your operating procedure complies with
the one described in this manual.
In case of returning of the instrument, all transport charges must be paid by the customer.
The instrument must be accompanied by a delivery note indicating the faults or reasons of
returning. The returned tester must be packed in its original box. Any damage occurred in
transit because of lack of original packaging will be debited to the customer.
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