AM-510 AM-510-EUR
AM-510
Commercial /
Residential
Multimeter
AM-510-EUR
Digital Multimeter
Users Manual
AM-510
AM-510-EUR
Digital Multimeter
Users Manual
2/2012, Rev.2
©2012 Amprobe Test Tools.
All rights reserved. Printed in China
English
Commercial / Residential
Multimeter
Limited Warranty and Limitation of Liability
Your Amprobe product will be free from defects in material and workmanship for one year
from the date of purchase, unless local laws require otherwise. This warranty does not cover
fuses, disposable batteries or damage from accident, neglect, misuse, alteration, contamination,
or abnormal conditions of operation or handling. Resellers are not authorized to extend any
other warranty on Amprobe’s behalf. To obtain service during the warranty period, return the
product with proof of purchase to an authorized Amprobe Service Center or to an Amprobe
dealer or distributor. See Repair Section for details. THIS WARRANTY IS YOUR ONLY REMEDY.
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES - WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STAUTORY - INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY, ARE HEREBY
DISCLAIMED. MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES, ARISING FROM ANY CAUSE OR THEORY. Since
some states or countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of an implied warranty or of
incidental or consequential damages, this limitation of liability may not apply to you.
Repair
All test tools returned for warranty or non-warranty repair or for calibration should be
accompanied by the following: your name, company’s name, address, telephone number, and
proof of purchase. Additionally, please include a brief description of the problem or the service
requested and include the test leads with the meter. Non-warranty repair or replacement charges
should be remitted in the form of a check, a money order, credit card with expiration date, or a
purchase order made payable to Amprobe®.
In-Warranty Repairs and Replacement – All Countries
Please read the warranty statement and check your battery before requesting repair. During the
warranty period any defective test tool can be returned to your Amprobe® distributor for an
exchange for the same or like product. Please check the “Where to Buy” section on www.amprobe.
com for a list of distributors near you. Additionally, in the United States and Canada In-Warranty repair
and replacement units can also be sent to a Amprobe® Service Center (see address below).
Non-Warranty Repairs and Replacement – US and Canada
Non-warranty repairs in the United States and Canada should be sent to an Amprobe® Service
Center. Call Amprobe® or inquire at your point of purchase for current repair and replacement
rates.
In USA: In Canada:
Amprobe Amprobe
Everett, WA 98203 Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X9
Tel: 877-AMPROBE (267-7623) Tel: 905-890-7600
Non-Warranty Repairs and Replacement – Europe
European non-warranty units can be replaced by your Amprobe® distributor for a nominal
charge. Please check the “Where to Buy” section on www.amprobe.com for a list of distributors
near you.
European Correspondence Address*
Amprobe® Europe
Beha-Amprobe GmbH
In den Engematten 14
79286 Glottertal, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 7684 8009 - 0
www.beha-amprobe.com
*(Correspondence only – no repair or replacement available from this address. European
customers please contact your distributor.)
AM-510 Commercial / Residential Multimeter
AM-510-EUR Digital Multimeter
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1 Flash light
4 Flash light Button
2 LCD Display
5 Rotary Switch
3 Function Buttons
6 SELECT Button
7 Input Terminal for voltage, frequency, diode,
capacitance, resistance and continuity measurement
8 COM (return) terminal for all measurements
9 Input Terminal for battery test and AC/DC mA or μA
measurement
10 Input Terminal for AC/DC A measurement to10A
Screen Display
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1 The Meter selects the range with best resolution
2 Negative reading
3 Alternate Current
4 Low battery indicator
5 Data hold
6 Diode test
7 Continuity test
8 Relative zero mode
9 Non-Contact Voltage
10 Measurement units
11 Duty Cycle
12 Measurement unit for voltage
13 Battery Test
AM-510 Commercial / Residential Multimeter
AM-510-EUR Digital Multimeter
CONTENTS
SYMBOL..................................................................................................................2
SAFETY INFORMATION..........................................................................................2
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION..............................................................................3
FEATURES................................................................................................................4
MAKING MEASUREMENT......................................................................................5
Measuring AC and DC Voltage..........................................................................6
Measuring AC and DC Current..........................................................................7
Measuring Resistance........................................................................................8
Measuring Continuity........................................................................................9
Measuring Diode................................................................................................9
Measuring Capacitance.....................................................................................10
Measuring Frequency........................................................................................10
Non-Contact Voltage Sensing...........................................................................11
Battery Test.........................................................................................................12
SPECIFICATION........................................................................................................12
MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................................17
BATTERY AND FUSE REPLACEMENT......................................................................18
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SYMBOLS
X
�
Caution ! Risk of electric shock.
B
Alternating Current (AC)
F
Direct Current (DC)
T
The equipment is protected by double insulation or reinforced
insulation
J
Earth (Ground)
Caution! Refer to the explanation in this Manual
Audible tone
M
Battery
�
Complies with European Directives
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Conforms to relevant Australian standards
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Canadian Standards Association (NRTL/C)
Do not dispose of this product as unsorted municipal waste. Contact
a qualified recycler.
SAFETY INFORMATION
The Meter complies with:
IEC/EN 61010-1 3rd Edition, UL61010-1 2nd Ed. and CAN/CSA C22.2 No.
61010.1-0.92 to Category III 600 Volts, Pollution degree 2
IEC/EN 61010-2-030
IEC/EN 61010-2-31 for test leads
EMC IEC/EN 61326-1
Measurement Category III (CAT 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 the fixed installation.
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CENELEC Directives
The instruments conform to CENELEC Low-voltage directive 2006/95/EC and
Electromagnetic compatibility directive 2004/108/EC
X�Warning: Read Before Using
• To avoid possible electrical shock or personal injury, follow these
instructions and use the Meter only as specified in this manual.
• Do not use the Meter or test leads if they appear damaged, or if the
Meter is not operating properly. If in doubt, have the Meter serviced.
• Always use the proper function and range for measurements.
• Before rotating the function range selection switch, disconnect test
probe from circuit under test.
• Verify the Meter’s operation by measuring on a known voltage source.
• Do not apply more than the rated voltage, as marked on the Meter,
between the test probe or between any test probe and earth ground.
• Use the Meter with caution for voltages above 30 Vac rms, 42 Vac peak,
or 60 Vdc. These voltages pose electrical shock hazards.
• Disconnect circuit power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors before
testing resistance.
• Do not use the Meter around explosive gas or vapor.
• When using the test leads, keep your fingers behind the finger guards.
• Remove test leads from the Meter before opening the Meter case or
battery door.
Unpacking and Inspection
Your shipping carton should include:
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AM-510 or AM-510-EUR Multimeter
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Pair of test leads
1
9V (6F22) battery (installed)
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Users manual
If any of the items are damaged or missing, return the complete package to
the place of purchase for an exchange.
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FEATURES
The digital multimeter designed for advanced residential applications. Rewire
an electrical panel, install heated floors or new light fixtures, troubleshoot
and repair home appliances, electrical sockets and automotive electrical
problems with this easy-to-use multimeter. The AM-510 / AM-510-EUR features
a built-in flashlight to see wires in the dark, a kick stand, and probe holder
to give you the “third-hand” you need while taking measurements and noncontact voltage detection for quick go-no-go checks without the need for an
additional tool. Compact yet tough, this multimeter is built to last through all
your electrical projects.
• Measurements: Voltage up to 600V AC/DC, AC/DC Current and Resistance
• Frequency, Capacitance, Duty Cycle for troubleshooting applications
• Special Functions:
- Non-contact Voltage Detection
- Audible continuity
- Diode Test
• Backlit LCD display
• Events:
- Data hold
- Relative zero mode
• Built in work light (flashlight)
• Built in test leads storage and “third hand” probe holder
• Auto and Manual ranging
• Auto power off
• Low battery warning
• Safety: CAT III 600V
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MAKING MEASUREMENT
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1. Use the proper function and range for measurements.
2. To avoid possible electrical shock, personal injury or damages to the
Meter, disconnect circuit power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors
before testing resistance and diode.
3. Connecting test leads:
• Connect the common (COM) test lead to the circuit before connecting
the live lead;
• After measurement, remove live lead before removing the common
(COM) test lead from the circuit
4. Symbol “OL” is displayed on LCD when the measurement is out of range.
Rotary Switch Positions
Switch Position
Measurement Function
AC or DC voltage measurement (use SELECT button for
switching to AC or DC).
V
e
Resistance measurement
G
Voltage measurement of diode PN junction
Continuity measurement
E
Capacitance measurement
Hz
Frequency measurement
%
Duty cycle
NCV
Non-contact voltage
9V
1.5V
μA
mA
A
For measurement of dry batteries of not exceeding 15Vdc
For measurement of dry batteries of not exceeding 2Vdc
AC or DC current measurement (use SELECT button for
switching to AC or DC).
Rotary Switch Positions
Button
SELECT
Measurement Function
Press the yellow SELECT button to select alternate
measurement functions on the rotary switch.
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Display freezes present reading / press 2 sec to turn on
LCD backlight.
HOLD /
REL
Relative zero mode
RANGE
Manual or Auto range switching. The default setting
is Auto ranging, press to switch to manual ranging
(selectable resolutions). Press for 2 sec to return to auto
ranging.
Hz / %
Frequency / Duty Cycle. Press to turn on Frequency
measurement mode; press again for duty cycle
measurement.
Flash light
Press
to enable the function when at relevant rotary switch function.
Auto Power OFF
Auto power off: approx. 30 minutes.
When the Meter is in auto power off mode, press any button to resume
normal operation.
Measuring AC and DC Voltage
X�To avoid personal injury or damage to the Meter, do not apply voltage
higher than 600V.
Auto Range
/Manual Range
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Measuring AC and DC Current
Press SELECT button to select AC or DC current measurement function.
X�To avoid personal injury or damage to the Meter:
1. Do not attempt to make an in-circuit current measurement when the
open-circuit potential to earth ground exceeding 600V.
2. Switch to proper function and range for your measurement.
3. Do not place the test probe in parallel with a circuit when the test leads
are connected to the current terminals.
4. Connect the test leads to the correct input A/mA μA current terminal and
to the circuit before powering the circuit under test.
5. For current range from 8-10A, do not measure current for more than 20
minutes. Wait for 10 minutes before taking another measurement
6. After measurement, switching OFF the circuit’s power before removing
test leads from the circuit.
AC/DC
RL
Auto Range
/Manual Range
RL
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AC/DC
RL
Auto Range
/Manual Range
RL
Measuring Resistance
X�Disconnect circuit power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors
before testing resistance.
R
Note:
On a higher resistance measurement (>1Me), the measurement may take a
few seconds to get stable reading.
Over range or open circuit indication: OL
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Measuring Continuity
X�Disconnect circuit power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors
before testing continuity.
R 10
R
150
Measuring Diode
X�Disconnect circuit power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors
before testing diode.
D
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Measuring Capacitance
X�Disconnect circuit power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors
before testing capacitance.
C
Auto Range
Measuring Frequency
Press Hz/% button to select Frequency / Duty Cycle measurement function.
X�To avoid personal injury or damage to the Meter, do not apply voltage
higher than 600V.
Auto Range
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Non-Contact Voltage Sensing
X�
1. To avoid personal injury or damage to the Meter, do not test on
un-insulated high voltage wires.
2. Buzzer will sound when detecting voltage higher than AC 90V. Screen
displays“OL”.
3. Do not test on hazardous live wires higher than AC 600V.
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Battery Test
X�Applying a voltage source or incorrect battery type under battery test
may cause personal injury or damage to the Meter.
Battery 1.5V range is for dry battery not exceeding 2Vdc. The resistance load
is around 30Ω.
Battery 9V range is for dry battery not exceeding 15Vdc. The resistance load
is around 1KΩ.
SPECIFICATION
Ambient temperature: 23°C ±5°C (73.4°F ±9°F)
Relative temperature: ≤75%
Accuracy: ±(% of reading + digits)
Maximum voltage between input terminal and earth ground: AC 600Vrms or
DC 600V
�Fuse for mA μA input:0.5A H 660V fast-fuse,
6.3×32mm (AM-510)
0.5A H 700V fast-fuse, 6.3×32mm (AM-510-EUR)
�Fuse for 10A input:10A H 660V fast-fuse, 6.3×32mm. (AM-510)
10A H 600V fast-fuse, 6.3×25mm. (AM-510-EUR)
Maximum display: Digital 3999 counts, updates 3/sec. Frequency: 4999 counts.
Over-range indication: OL
Range: Automatic
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Altitude: Operating ≤ 2000m
Operating temperature: 0°C ~ +40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Relative humidity: 0°C ~ +30°C (32°F ~ 86°F) ≤75%; +30°C ~ +40°C (86°F ~
104°F) ≤50%
Storage temperature: -10°C ~ +50°C (14°F ~ 122°F)
Electromagnetic compatibility: In an RF filed of 1V/m = Specified accuracy ±5%
Battery: 9V, 6F22, NEDA1604 or equivalent
Low battery indication:
Dimensions (L x W x H): 182 mm x 90 mm x 45 mm (7.2 in x 3.5 in x 1.8 in)
Weight: Approx. 354g (0.78lb) with batteries installed
1. DC Voltage Measurement
Range
Resolution
4.000V
1mV
40.00V
10mV
400.0V
100mV
600V
1V
Accuracy
±(0.8%+1dgt)
±(1.0%+3dgt)
Input impedance: around 10MΩ; (Input impedance > 3GΩ for DC 400mV
range)
Overload protection: ±600V
2. AC Voltage Measurement
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
400.0mV
0.1mV
±(1.2%+3dgt)
4.000V
1mV
40.00V
10mV
400.0V
100mV
600V
1V
±(1.0%+3dgt)
±(1.2%+3dgt)
Note: 400.0mV range is available for manual range only.
Input impedance: around 10MΩ
Frequency response: 45Hz ~ 400Hz
Average sensing, rms indication.
Overload protection: 600Vrms
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3. Resistance Measurement
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
400.0Ω
0.1Ω
±(1.2%+2dgt)
4.000kΩ
1Ω
40.00kΩ
10Ω
400.0kΩ
100Ω
4.000MΩ
1kΩ
±(1.2%+2dgt)
40.00MΩ
10kΩ
±(1.5%+5dgt)
±(1.0%+2dgt)
400Ω range: Measured value = (Measured display value) – (Short-circuiting
value of probe)
Open circuit voltage: around 0.5V
Overload protection: 600Vrms
4.
: Continuity
Range
G : Diode measurement
Resolution
Accuracy
Open circuit voltage is around 0.5V.
0.1Ω
G
1mV
Resistance >150Ω, buzzer will not sound.
Resistance ≤10Ω, buzzer will sound.
Open-circuit voltage is around 1.5V. Normal voltage is
around 0.5V to 0.8V for silicon PN junction.
Overload protection: 600Vrms
5. Capacitance Measurement
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
40.00nF
10pF
±(3%+10dgt) under REL status
400.0nF
100pF
4.000uF
1nF
±(3%+5dgt) under REL status
40.00uF
10nF
±(3%+5dgt)
100.0uF
100nF
±(4%+5dgt)
Overload protection: 600Vrms
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6. Measurement of frequency/duty cycle
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
10Hz~10MHz
0.01Hz~0. 01MHz
±(0.1%+4dgt)
0.1%~99.9%
0.1%
--
Overload protection: 600Vrm
Input amplitude: (DC level is 0.)
10Hz~1MHz: 300mV ≤ a ≤30Vrms
>1MHz~10MHz: 600mV ≤ a ≤30Vrms
Input amplitude and frequency response must meet following conditions when
reading frequency or duty cycle during AC voltage or current measurement
• Input amplitude ≥ Range × 30%
• Frequency response: ≤400Hz
7. Battery Test
Range
Internal load resistance
1.5V
About 30Ω
9V
About 1kΩ
Accuracy
±(1.0%+3dgt)
Overload protection:
�F1 0.5A H 660V fast-fuse,
6.3×32mm (AM-510)
F1 0.5A H 700V fast-fuse, 6.3×32mm (AM-510-EUR)
For 1.5V range: Load resistance is around 30Ω.
For 9V range: Load resistance is around 1kΩ
8. DC Current Measurement
Range
μA
mA
A
Resolution
400.0μA
0.1μA
4000μA
1μA
40.00mA
10μA
400.0mA
0.1mA
4.000A
1mA
10.00A
10mA
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Accuracy
±(1.0%+2dgt)
±(1.2%+3dgt)
Overload protection:
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mA /μA input:
F1 fuse, 0.5A H 660V fast-fuse,
F1 fuse, 0.5A H 700V fast-fuse,
10 A input:
F2 fuse, 10A H 660V fast-fuse,
F2 fuse, 10A H 600V fast-fuse,
6.3×32mm (AM-510)
6.3×32mm (AM-510-EUR)
6.3×32mm. (AM-510)
6.3×25mm. (AM-510-EUR)
9. AC Current Measurement
Range
μA
mA
A
Resolution
400.0μA
Accuracy
0.1μA
4000μA
1μA
40.00mA
10μA
400.0mA
0.1mA
4.000A
1mA
10.00A
10mA
±(1.2%+2dgt)
±(1.5%+3dgt)
Frequency response: 45Hz ~ 400Hz
Average sensing, rms indication
Overload protection:
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mA /μA input:
F1 fuse, 0.5A H 660V fast-fuse,
F1 fuse, 0.5A H 700V fast-fuse,
10 A input:
F2 fuse, 10A H 660V fast-fuse,
F2 fuse, 10A H 600V fast-fuse,
6.3×32mm (AM-510)
6.3×32mm (AM-510-EUR)
6.3×32mm. (AM-510)
6.3×25mm. (AM-510-EUR)
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MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
If the Meter fails to operate, check battery, test leads, etc., and replace as
necessary.
Double check the followings:
1. Replace the fuse or battery if the meter does not work.
2. Review the operating instructions for possible mitestledningers in
operating procedure.
Quick check on 0.5A FUSE:
Step 1: Turn the rotary switch to Ω function.
Step 2: Connect test lead to E/V/Ω/Hz terminal and mA/μA terminal.
Resistance reading ≤ 10MΩ: the fuse is OK
Resistance reading “OL”: the fuse is open. Replace the fuse as specified.
Quick check on 10A FUSE:
Step 1: Turn the rotary switch to Ω function.
Step 2: Connect test lead to E/V/Ω/Hz terminal and mA/μA terminal.
Resistance reading ≤ 0.5Ω: the fuse is OK.
Resistance reading “OL”: the fuse is open. Replace the fuse as specified.
Auto Range
/Manual Range
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Except for the replacement of the battery, repair of the meter should be
performed only by a Factory Authorized Service Center or by other qualified
instrument service personnel.
The front panel and case can be cleaned with a mild solution of detergent and
water. Apply sparingly with a soft cloth and allow to dry completely before
using. Do not use aromatic hydrocarbons, Gasoline or chlorinated solvents for
cleaning.
BATTERY AND FUSE REPLACEMENT
X�WARNING
To avoid shock, injury, or damage to the Meter:
Disconnect test leads before opening case.
Use ONLY fuses with the amperage, interrupt, voltage, and speed ratings
specified.
Replacing BATTERY follow below steps:
1. Disconnect the test lead probe from measuring circuit.
2. Turn the Meter to OFF position.
3. Remove the screws from the battery cover and open the battery cover
4. Remove the batteries and replace with one 9V (6F22) or equivalent. The
battery cover provides the correct polarity fitting construction design.
Install the battery in the battery cover.
5. Put the battery cover back and re-fasten the screw.
Battery: 9V (6F22) Battery or equivalent
Replacing FUSE follow below steps:
1. Disconnect the test lead probe from measuring circuit.
2. Turn the Meter to OFF position.
3. Remove the screws from the enclosure and open the enclosure.
4. Remove the broken fuse and replace with new specified fuse.
5. Put the enclosure back and re-fasten the screw.
Fuse ratings:
mA /μA input terminal:
F1 fuse, 0.5A H 660V fast-fuse, 6.3×32mm (AM-510)
F1 fuse, 0.5A H 700V fast-fuse, 6.3×32mm (AM-510-EUR)
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10 A input terminal:
F2 fuse, 10A H 660V fast-fuse, 6.3×32mm. (AM-510)
F2 fuse, 10A H 600V fast-fuse, 6.3×25mm. (AM-510-EUR)
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9V Batte
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www.Amprobe.com
[email protected]
Everett, WA 98203
Tel: 877-AMPROBE (267-7623)
Amprobe® Europe
Beha-Amprobe
In den Engematten 14
79286 Glottertal, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 7684 8009 - 0
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