user manual flir model cm82 600 a true rms

USER MANUAL FLIR MODEL CM82 600 A TRUE RMS POWER CLAMP METER Table of Contents 1. DISCLAIMERS 1.1 Copyright 1.2 Quality Assurance 1.3 Documentation 1.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste 4 4 4 4 4 2. SAFETY 5 3. INTRODUCTION 7 7 3.1 Key Features 4. METER DESCRIPTION 4.1 Meter Parts 4.2 Function Switch 4.3 Function Buttons 4.4 Display Icons and Indicators 5. OPERATION 8 8 9 9 10 5.11 Continuity Test 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 17 18 22 22 23 5.12 Diode Test 23 5.1 Powering the Meter 5.2 Auto/Manual Select Mode 5.3 Auto/Manual Range Mode 5.4 HOLD Mode 5.5 Silent Mode 5.6 Voltage and Current Measurements 5.7 Non‐Contact Voltage Detector 5.8 Power Measurements 5.9 Resistance Measurements 5.10 Capacitance Measurements FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 2
6. MAINTENANCE 6.1 Cleaning and Storage 6.2 Battery Replacement 7. SPECIFICATIONS 7.1 General specifications 7.2 Electrical specifications 24 24 24 25 25 26 8. TECHNICAL SUPPORT 31 9. WARRANTIES 31 31 32 9.1 FLIR Global Limited Lifetime Warranty 9.2 FLIR Test and Measurement Limited 2 Year Warranty FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 3
1. Disclaimers 1.1 Copyright © 2014‐2016, FLIR Systems, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. No parts of the software including source code may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed or translated into any language or computer language in any form or by any means, electronic, magnetic, optical, manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of FLIR Systems. The documentation must not, in whole or part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or transmitted to any electronic medium or machine readable form without prior consent, in writing, from FLIR Systems. Names and marks appearing on the products herein are either registered trademarks or trademarks of FLIR Systems and/or its subsidiaries. All other trademarks, trade names or company names referenced herein are used for identification only and are the property of their respective owners. 1.2 Quality Assurance The Quality Management System under which these products are developed and manufactured has been certified in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard. FLIR Systems is committed to a policy of continuous development; therefore we reserve the right to make changes and improvements on any of the products without prior notice. 1.3 Documentation To access the latest manuals and notifications, go to the Download tab at: http://support.flir.com. It only takes a few minutes to register online. In the download area you will also find the latest releases of manuals for our other products, as well as manuals for our historical and obsolete products. 1.4 Disposal of Electronic Waste As with most electronic products, this equipment must be disposed of in an environmentally friendly way, and in accordance with existing regulations for electronic waste. Please contact your FLIR Systems representative for more details. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 4
2. Safety Safety Notes 
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Before operating the device, you must read, understand, and follow all instructions, dangers, warnings, cautions, and notes. FLIR Systems reserves the right to discontinue models, parts or accessories, and other items, or to change specifications at any time without prior notice. Remove the batteries if the device is not used for an extended period of time. Warning Statements 
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Do not operate the device if you do not have the correct knowledge. Formal qualifications and/or national legislation for the electrical inspections can apply. Incorrect operation of the device can cause damage, shock, injury or death to persons. Do not start the measuring procedure before you have set the function switch to the correct position. This can cause damage to the instrument and can cause injury to persons. Do not change to current or resistance when you measure the voltage. This can cause damage to the instrument and can cause injury to persons. Do not measure the current on a circuit when the voltage increases to more than 1000 V. This can cause damage to the instrument and can cause injury to persons. You must disconnect the test leads from the circuit that you did a test on before you change the range. If you do not do this, damage to the instrument and injury to persons can occur. Do not replace the batteries before you remove the test leads. This can cause damage to the instrument and can cause injury to persons. Do not use the device if the test leads and/or the device show signs of damage. Injury to persons can occur. Be careful when you do the measurements if the voltages are more than 25 VAC rms or 35 VDC. There is a risk of shock from these voltages. Injury to persons can occur. Do not do diode, resistance or continuity tests before you have removed the power from capacitors and other devices under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur. Make sure that children cannot touch the device. The device contains dangerous objects and small parts that children can swallow. If a child swallows an object or a part, speak with a physician immediately. Injury to persons can occur. Do not let children play with the batteries and/or the packing material. These can be dangerous for children if they use them as toys. Do not touch expired or damaged batteries without gloves. Injury to persons can occur. Do not cause a short‐circuit of the batteries. This can cause damage to the instrument and can cause injury to persons. Do not put the batteries into a fire. Injury to persons can occur. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 5
Cautions Do not use the device for a procedure that it is not made for. This can cause damage to the protection. This symbol, adjacent to another symbol or terminal, indicates that the user must refer to the manual for further information. This symbol, adjacent to a terminal, indicates that, under normal use, hazardous voltages may be present. Double insulation. UL listing is not an indication or a verification of the accuracy of the meter FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 6
3. Introduction Thank you for selecting the FLIR CM82 Power Clamp Meter. This device is shipped fully tested and calibrated and, with proper use, will provide years of reliable service. 3.1 Key Features 
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10 000‐count digital display
Large‐scale display
Analog bar graph
True RMS reading in AC and AC+DC mode
Work light
Auto AC/DC 600 A capability and selection
Auto AC/DC 1000 V capability and selection
Auto resistance/continuity/diode selection
Power and power factor measurement
Total harmonic distortion and 1 to 25 harmonics
Phase rotation Indication
100 kΩ resistance capability
Non‐contact voltage detector
Frequency measurement
Capacitance capability
Smart data hold
Peak hold
Inrush current
DCA zero key
Minimum/maximum and average hold
VFD mode – Low‐pass filter
Auto power off
Jaw opening 1.45” (37 mm) for conductors up to 1500 MCM.
1.2m (4’) drop‐proof
Convenient battery cover
Safety Category Rating: CAT IV‐600V, CAT III‐1000V
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4. Meter Description 4.1 Meter Parts 1.
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Clamp jaw Jaw opening trigger Backlight ( )Button MODE Button RANGE Button LCD Display Navigation Buttons ( / ) COM (negative ‐) Probe Input Jack Non‐contact voltage detector light Function switch, see section 4.2 Function switch Work light ( )Button HOLD Button OK/ENTER ( )Button Positive (+) Probe Input Jack for Voltage, Capacitance, Resistance, and Power. 9
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4.2 Function Switch The meter can measure capacitance through the probe inputs. The meter can measure resistance, continuity, or diode polarity through the probe inputs. The type of measurement is selected by the MODE button. The meter can measure power through the probe inputs and the clamp jaws. The meter can measure current through the clamp jaws. The meter can measure voltage through the probe inputs. The meter is in full power‐saving mode. 4.3 Function Buttons Use the button to select Auto select or Manual select mode, see section 5.2 Auto/Manual select mode
In Manual select mode, press the button to select the operating mode
Use the button to select Auto range or Manual range mode, see section 5.3 Auto/Manual range mode In Manual range mode, press the button to change the range (scale)
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Press the button to toggle between Normal and Hold modes, see section 5.4 Hold mode Holding the button down for 2 seconds enables/disables the key lock mode In Hold mode, the meter will beep continuously and the display will flash if the measured signal is larger than the display reading (for the V.A.W. function). Press the button to enable/disable the display backlight.
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4.4 Display Icons and Indicators Indicates that the meter is in Auto select mode. Indicates that the meter is displaying maximum reading values. Indicates that the meter is displaying minimum reading values. Indicates that the meter is displaying the average reading. Indicates that the meter is displaying peak maximum values. Indicates that the meter is displaying peak minimum values. Indicates that the meter is in Auto range mode. Indicates that the meter is in Power factor mode. Indicates that the meter displays the total harmonic distortion. Indicates that the meter is in Phase rotation mode. Indicates that the meter is in Hold mode. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 10
Indicates the battery voltage status. APO Indicates that the auto power off function is enabled. Indicates that the measured voltage is greater than 30 V DC or AC RMS. Indicates that the meter is measuring AC current or voltage. Indicates that the meter is measuring DC current or voltage. Indicates that the meter is measuring AC+DC current or voltage. Indicates that the continuity function is active. Indicates that the diode test function is active. VFD mode icon. Peak mode icon. Min/Max/Avg mode icon. DC Zero mode icon. Harmonic Distortion icon. Inrush current mode icon. Frequency mode icon. Silent mode icon. Lock mode icon. 4.4.1 Out‐of‐range Warning If the input is out‐of‐range, OL is displayed. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 11
5. Operation Note: Before operating the device, you must read, understand, and follow all instructions, dangers, warnings, cautions, and notes. Note: When the meter is not in use, the function switch should be set to the OFF position. Note: When connecting the probe leads to the device under test, connect the negative lead before connecting the positive lead. When removing the probe leads, remove the positive lead before removing the negative lead. 5.1 Powering the Meter 1. Set the function switch to any position to switch on the meter. shows that the battery voltage is low or if the meter does not power 2. If the battery indicator on, replace the battery. See section 6.2 Battery replacement. 5.1.1 Auto Power Off The meter enters sleep mode after 30 minutes of inactivity. The meter beeps three times 9 seconds before powering off. Press any button or turn the function switch to prevent the meter from powering off. The auto power off time‐out is then reset. To disable auto power off (APO) press the MODE button while turning on the meter. 5.2 Auto/Manual Select Mode In Auto select mode, the meter attempts to automatically select the proper operating mode (e.g., AC or DC measurement) based on the input signal. In Manual select mode, the desired operating mode is selected manually. Auto select mode is the default mode of operation. When a new function is selected with the function switch, the starting mode is Auto select and the indicator is displayed. To enter Manual select mode, press the MODE button. To manually select the operating mode, press the MODE button repeatedly.
To enter Auto select mode, press and hold the MODE button until the indicator is displayed.
5.3 Auto/Manual Range Mode In Auto range mode, the meter automatically selects the most appropriate measurement scale. In Manual range mode, the desired range (scale) is set manually. Auto range mode is the default mode of operation. When a new function is selected with the function switch, the starting mode is Auto range and the indicator is displayed. To enter Manual range mode, press the RANGE button. To change the range, press the RANGE button repeatedly until the desired range is displayed. To enter Auto range mode, press and hold the RANGE button until the displayed. indicator is FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 12
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Press the HOLD button to toggle between Normal and Hold modes. In Hold mode, the indicator is displayed. 5.4.1 Smart HOLD The meter will beep continuously and the display will flash if the measured signal is larger than the display reading (for the V.A.W. function). 5.5 Silent Mode In Silent mode, the alert beeper is disabled. Silent mode does not affect the continuity beeper. 1. Use the navigation buttons to select the Silent mode icon , see section 5.6.3.1. 5.6 Voltage and Current Measurements Note: If the measured voltage is greater than 30 V DC or AC RMS, the indicator is displayed. 5.6.1 Basic Voltage Measurements 1.
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Set the function switch to the V position. To manually select AC, DC, or AC+DC measurement, press the MODE button repeatedly. Refer to section 5.2 Auto/Manual select mode. To manually select the measurement range (scale), press the RANGE button repeatedly. Refer to section 5.3 Auto/Manual range mode. Insert the black probe lead into the negative COM terminal and the red probe lead into the positive V terminal. Connect the probe leads in parallel to the part under test. Read the voltage value on the display. 5.6.2 Basic Current Measurements WARNING Do not measure the current on a circuit when the voltage increases to more than 1000 V. This can cause damage to the instrument and can cause injury to persons. When measuring current using the clamp jaws, only one conductor should be enclosed by the jaws—refer to Figure 5.1. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 13
Figure 5.1 Correct and incorrect setup 1. Ensure that the probe leads are disconnected from the meter. 2. Set the function switch to the A position. 3. To manually select AC, DC, or AC+DC measurement, press the MODE button repeatedly. Refer to section 5.2 Auto/Manual select mode. 4. To manually select the measurement range (scale), press the RANGE button repeatedly. Refer to section 5.3 Auto/Manual range mode. 5. Press the trigger to open the clamp jaws. Fully enclose one conductor—refer to Figure 5.1. For optimum results, center the conductor in the jaws. 6. Read the current value on the display. 5.6.3 Extended Functionality Modes In addition to the basic voltage and current measurements, the meter can be set to different modes for extended functionality. 5.6.3.1 Selecting Modes The mode icons applicable for the selected measurement type are displayed in the lower part of the display. When a mode is enabled, the icon is framed. Figure 5.2 Mode icons (AC voltage measurements): Peak mode/Silent mode are enabled The navigation buttons are used to select a mode icon and to enable/disable a mode: Use the LEFT and RIGHT navigation buttons to navigate to a mode icon. The currently selected icon will flash. Press the OK button to enable/disable the selected (flashing) mode. 7.
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5.6.3.2 Peak Mode In Peak mode, the meter captures and displays the positive and negative peak values, and updates only when a higher/lower value is registered. Peak mode is available when measuring AC current or voltage in Manual select mode. Use the navigation buttons to select 1.
and enable Peak mode. 2. Press the OK button to toggle between the display of Peak Max and Peak Min. In Peak Max mode, the indicator is displayed. In Peak Min mode, the indicator is displayed. 3. Press and hold the OK button for 2 seconds to disable Peak mode. 5.6.3.3 Inrush Current Mode In Inrush current mode, the meter displays the highest current reading in the first 100ms after the trigger point (current detection threshold, see Fig. 5.3 below). The current detection threshold is 1.00A for the 100.00A range and 10.0A for the 1000.0A range. Inrush current mode is available when measuring AC current in Manual select mode. 1.
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5.6.3.4 DC Zero Mode The DC zero feature removes offset values and improves the accuracy for DC current measurements. DC Zero mode is available when measuring DC or AC+DC current in Manual select mode. 1. Ensure that there is no conductor in the clamp jaws. 2. Use the navigation buttons to select and enable DC Zero mode. 5.6.3.5 Frequency Mode In Frequency mode, the meter measures and displays the frequency. Frequency mode is available when measuring AC current or voltage in Manual select mode. Important note: Do not switch to the Frequency mode until the meter is setup and actively measuring the voltage or current signal. Use the navigation buttons to select and enable Frequency mode. 5.6.3.6 MIN/MAX/AVG Mode In Min/Max/Avg mode, the meter captures and displays the minimum or maximum values and updates only when a higher/lower value is registered. The meter can also display the average of all values recorded from the beginning of Min/Max/Avg mode. 1. Use the navigation buttons to select and enable Min/Max/Avg mode. 2. Press the OK button repeatedly to cycle through the minimum, maximum, and average reading displays. The corresponding icons are displayed: , , or . 3. Press and hold the OK button for 2 seconds to disable Min/Max/Avg mode. 5.6.3.7 Harmonic Distortion Mode In Harmonic Distortion mode, the meter displays the distortion percentage value for the first 25 harmonics as well as the total harmonic distortion. Harmonic Distortion mode is available when measuring AC current or voltage in Manual select mode. The harmonic distortion is expressed as Hn = (RMS of an individual harmonic n)/(RMS of the fundamentals) × 100%. 1. Use the navigation buttons to select and enable Harmonic Distortion mode. 2. While in Harmonic Distortion mode, use the LEFT and RIGHT navigation buttons to navigate through the individual and total harmonic data. H01, H02, …, Hn is displayed. indicator appears in the upper part of the display and 'thd' is shown in the main display. 4. Press the OK button to switch the display between Harmonic Order Indication mode and Percentage mode. 5. Press and hold the OK button for 2 seconds to disable Harmonic Distortion mode. 3. When the total harmonic distortion is displayed, the FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 16
5.6.3.8 VFD Mode (low pass filter) The VFD mode eliminates high frequency noise in voltage measurements by means of a low‐pass filter. The VFD mode is designed for variable frequency drive (VFD) measurements. This mode is available for measurements of AC current or voltage. 1. Use the navigation buttons to select and activate the VFD mode 5.7 Non‐Contact Voltage Detector Note: Test on a known live circuit before testing on an unfamiliar circuit. 1.
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5.8 Power Measurements 5.8.1 Single Phase Power Measurements Set the function switch to the W position. Insert the black probe lead into the negative COM terminal and the red probe lead into the positive W terminal. 3. Press the trigger to open the clamp jaws. Fully enclose one conductor—refer to Figure 5.1. For optimum results, center the conductor in the jaws. Note: The + symbol on the jaw should be directed toward the power source 1.
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OL. A: Current overload.
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5.8.2 Three‐Phase Power Measurements 5.8.2.1 Three‐Phase Three‐Wire Balanced/Unbalanced The power of a three‐phase three‐wire delta configuration is measured in two steps, in accordance with Figure 5.4. The total power is the sum of the two measurements: W = W1 + W2. Figure 5.4 Three‐phase three‐wire measurements 1.
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5.8.2.2 Three‐Phase Four‐Wire Balanced/Unbalanced The power of a three‐phase four‐wire configuration is measured in three steps, accordance with Figure 5.5. The total power is the sum of the three measurements: W = W1 + W2 + W3 Figure 5.5 Three‐phase four‐wire measurements 1.
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5.8.3 Phase Rotation With the meter set to Phase rotation mode, it is possible to determine the phase rotation for a three‐wire system. Note: The system frequency must be stable. Figure 5.6 Phase rotation Set the function switch to the W position. Enter Phase rotation mode by pressing the MODE button repeatedly until the indicator is displayed. 3. Connect the red test lead to the presumed phase line 1 and the black test lead to the presumed phase line 3. 4. One of the following results is displayed: OL V flashes if the voltage is >1000 V.
Lo V flashes if the voltage is <30 V.
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 123 indicates clockwise or forward rotation, which means that the presumed phase line 1 is ahead of the presumed phase line 2.  321 indicates counterclockwise or reversed rotation, which means that the presumed phase line 2 is ahead of the presumed phase line 1.  ‐ ‐ means that the meter is unable to determine the results.  Lo V means that users possibly removed the test leads before completing the testing procedure. To repeat the test, press the OK button again. 5.9 Resistance Measurements Warning: Do not do diode, resistance or continuity tests before you have removed the power from capacitors and other devices under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur. 1.
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5.11 Continuity Test Warning: Do not do diode, resistance or continuity tests before you have removed the power from capacitors and other devices under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur. 1. Set the function switch to the position. 2. Insert the black probe lead into the negative COM terminal and the red probe lead into the positive Ω terminal. 3. Use the MODE button to select continuity measurement. The indicator will be displayed. 4. Touch the tips of the probe across the circuit or component under test. 5. If the resistance is less than 30 Ω, the meter will beep. 5.12 Diode Test Warning: Do not perform diode, resistance or continuity tests before removing the power from capacitors and other devices under test during a measurement. Injury to persons can occur. 1.
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Use the MODE button to select the diode test function. The diode indicator displayed. 4.
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If the reading is between ± 0.40 and +0.80V, the component is good; bAD or O.L displays indicate a defective component. position. will be This FLIR meter checks diodes using an alternating test signal sent through the diode in both directions. This allows the user to check the diode without having to reverse polarity manually. The meter display will show ± 0.4 ~ 0.7V for a good diode, bAd for a shorted diode, and O.L for an opened diode. See Fig. 5.7 below: Figure 5.7 Diode Tests + 0.4V
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6. Maintenance 6.1 Cleaning and Storage Clean the meter with a damp cloth and mild detergent; do not use abrasives or solvents. If the meter is not to be used for an extended period, remove the batteries and store them separately. 6.2 Battery Replacement 1.
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Replace the six standard AAA batteries, observing correct polarity.
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Never dispose of used batteries or rechargeable batteries in household waste. As consumers, users are legally required to take used batteries to appropriate collection sites, the retail store where the batteries were purchased, or wherever batteries are sold. 6.2.1 Disposal of Electronic Waste As with most electronic products, this equipment must be disposed of in an environmentally friendly way, and in accordance with existing regulations for electronic waste. Please contact your FLIR Systems representative for more details. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 24
7. Specifications 7.1 General specifications Display count: 10 000 or 4000. Measuring rate: 3 times per second Over‐range indication: OL or –OL. Auto power off: Approx. 30 minutes. Low battery indicator: is displayed. Replace battery when the indicator appears in the display. Power requirement: 6 × 1.5 V AAA alkaline batteries. Battery life: Approx. 50 hours with alkaline batteries (backlight and work light are off) Calibration: 1 year calibration cycle. Operating temperatures: 0 to 10°C (32 to 50°F) (non‐condensing)
10 to 30°C (50 to 86°F) (≤ 80% RH) 30 to 40°C (86 to 104°F) (≤ 75% RH)
40 to 50°C (104 to 122°F) (≤ 45%RH)
Storage temperature: ‐10 to 50°C (14 to 122°F) 0–80% RH (batteries not fitted). Dimensions: (H × W × L): 1.9″ × 3.9″ × 10.3″ (49 mm × 100 mm × 262 mm). Weight: 590g (20.8 oz.) including batteries. Temperature coefficient: 0.2 × (specified accuracy)/°C, <18°C (64.4°F), >28°C (82.4°F). Over‐voltage category: IEC 61010‐1 CAT IV‐600 V, CAT III‐1000 V, IEC 61010‐2‐033. CAT Application field Ⅰ Circuits not connected to mains Ⅱ Circuits directly connected to a low‐
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Operating altitude: 2000m (6562′) Jaw opening: 37mm (1.45in.). Pollution degree: 2. EMC: EN 61326‐1. 7.2 Electrical specifications Accuracy is ± (% reading + number of digits (dgt)) at 23°C ±5 °C (73.4 °F ±9 °F), <80% RH. Table 7.1 Voltage (TRMS) Function Range Accuracy (of reading) 1 99.99 V DCV ±(0.7% + 2 dgt) 999.9 V 0.05–99.99 V ±(1.0% + 5 dgt) 999.9 V 50–500 Hz ACV VFD ACV 0.05–99.99 V 50–60 Hz ± (1% + 5 dgt) 999.9 V 1. DCV <1000 dgt, add 6 dgt to the accuracy. ACV <1000 dgt, add 3 dgt to the accuracy. Overload protection: 1000 Vrms. Input impedance: 3.5 MΩ //, <100 pF. AC conversion type: AC coupled, true RMS responding, calibrated to the RMS value of a sine wave input. Accuracies are given for sine waves at full scale and non‐sine waves below half scale. For non‐sine waves (50/60 Hz), add the following crest factor corrections: For a crest factor of 1.4–2.0, add 1.0% to the accuracy.
For a crest factor of 2.0–2.5, add 2.5% to the accuracy.
For a crest factor of 2.5–3.0, add 4.0% to the accuracy.
CF: 3 @ 460 V, 280 A.
2 @ 690 V, 420 A.
AC+DC Vrms accuracy: Same as ACV specification + DCV specification. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 26
Table 7.2 Current (TRMS) Function Range Accuracy 99.99 A ±(2% + 0.5 A) 599.9 A ±(2% + 5 dgt)* DCA 0.10–99.99 A ACA 599.9 A VFD ACA 0.10–99.99 A 50–60 Hz ± (2% + 5 dgt)* >60–400 Hz ± (2.5% + 5 dgt)* 50–60 Hz ± (2% + 5 dgt)* 599.9 A * For measured values <1000 dgt, add 5 dgt to the accuracy. Overload protection: 600 Arms. Position error: ±1% of reading. AC conversion type and additional accuracy is same as for the AC voltage. AC+DC Arms accuracy: Same as ACA specification + DCA specification. The DCA is affected by the temperature and the residual magnetism. Use the DCA zero function to compensate. Table 7.3 Peak hold: peak maximum/peak minimum (AC only, Non TRMS) Function Range Accuracy 140.0 V ACV ±(3.0% + 15 dgt) 1400 V 140.0 A ACA ±(3.5% + 15 dgt) 850 A Overload protection: 1000 Vrms , 600 Arms Accuracy defined for sine waves, ACV > 5 Vrms/ACA ≥ 5 Arms, frequency 50–400 Hz. Suitable for repetitive events.
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Table 7.4 Frequency Function Range Accuracy 20.00–99.99 Hz Frequency 20.0–999.9 Hz ±(0.5% + 3 dgt) 0.020–9.999 kHz Overload protection: 1000 Vrms, 600 Arms. Sensitivity: 10–100 Vrms for AC 100 V range.
10–100 Arms for AC 100 A range (>400 Hz unspecified).
100–1000 Vrms for AC 1000 V range.
100–600 Arms for AC 600 A range (>400 Hz unspecified).
The reading will be 0.0 for signals below 10.0 Hz. Table 7.5 Total harmonic distortion Function Range Accuracy ACA/ACV 99.9% ±(3.0% + 10 dgt) Table 7.6 Harmonic distortion measurement Harmonic order Range H01–H12 Accuracy ±(5% + 10 dgt) 99.9% H13–H25 ±(10% + 10 dgt) Overload protection: 1000 Vrms, 600 Arms If ACV < 10 Vrms or ACA < 10 Arms, rdy is displayed.
If the fundamental frequency is outside the range 45–65Hz, out.F is displayed.
Table 7.7 Inrush current Function Range Accuracy 99.99 A ±(3% + 0.3 A) 599.9 A ±(3% + 5 dgt)* ACA * For measured values <1000 dgt, add 5 dgt to the accuracy.
Inrush current detection threshold: 1.00A for 100.00A range and 10.0A for 1000.0A range Overload protection: 1000 Vrms, 600 Arms. Accuracy is defined for sine waves, ACA ≥ 10 Arms, freq. 50/60 Hz. Integration time approx. 100ms.
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Table 7.8 Active power: watts (DC/AC) Function DCW Range 1 Accuracy 9.999 kW (10 V, 5 A min) ±(3% + 0.05 kW) 99.99 kW (10 V, 5 A min) ±(3% + 0.5 kW) 599.9 kW (10 V, 5 A min) ±(3% + 10 dgt) 9.999 kW (10 V, 5 A min) ACW 99.99 kW (10 V, 5 A min) ±(3% + 10 dgt) 599.9 kW (10 V, 5 A min) 1. The range is determined by the V/A range (9.999 kW: 100 V, 100 A; 99.99 kW: 1000 V, 100 A, or 100 V, 600 A; 599.9 kW: 1000 V, 600 A). Overload protection: 1000 Vrms, 600 Arms. Accuracy defined for: ACW: Sine waves, ACV ≥ 10 Vrms, ACA ≥ 5 Arms.
Frequency 50–60 Hz, PF = 1.00.
DCW: DCV ≥ 10 V, DCA ≥ 5 A.
Table 7.9 Power factor Function Range Accuracy PF –1.00 to 0.00 to +1.00 ±3° ± 1 dgt Overload protection: 1000 Vrms, 600 Arms. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 29
Table 7.10 Resistance and continuity and diode Function Resistance Range Accuracy 999.9 Ω ±(1.0% + 5 dgt) 9.999 kΩ ±(1.0% + 3 dgt) 99.99 kΩ Continuity 999.9 Ω ±(1.0% + 5 dgt) Diode 0.40–0.80 V ±0.1V Overload protection: 1000 Vrms. Maximum test current: Approx. 0.5 mA. Maximum open circuit voltage for Ω: Approx. 2.4 V. Maximum open circuit voltage for diode: Approx. ±1.6 V. Continuity threshold: < 30 Ω beep on.
> 100 Ω beep off.
Continuity indicator: 2 kHz tone buzzer. Continuity response time: <100 ms. Table 7.11 Capacitance Function Range Accuracy 3.999 μF 39.99 μF Capacitance ±(1.9% + 8 dgt) 399.9 μF 3.999 mF Overload protection: 1000 Vrms. FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 30
8. Technical Support Main Website http://www.flir.com/test Technical Support Website http://support.flir.com Technical support Email TMSupport@flir.com Service/Repair Support Email Repair@flir.com Support Telephone number +1 855‐499‐3662 option 3 (toll‐free) 9. Warranties 9.1 FLIR Global Limited Lifetime Warranty A qualifying FLIR Test and Measurement product (the “Product”) purchased either directly from FLIR Commercial Systems Inc and affiliates (FLIR) or from an authorized FLIR distributor or reseller that Purchaser registers on‐line with FLIR is eligible for coverage under FLIR’s Limited Lifetime Warranty, subject to the terms and conditions in this document. This warranty only applies to purchases of Qualifying Products (see below) purchased and manufactured after April 1, 2013. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY; IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCTS THAT QUALIFY FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY, PURCHASER’S OBLIGATIONS, HOW TO ACTIVATE THE WARRANTY, WARRANTY COVERAGE, AND OTHER IMPORTANT TERMS, CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS. 1. PRODUCT REGISTRATION. To qualify for FLIR’s Limited Lifetime Warranty, Purchaser must fully register the Product directly with FLIR on‐line at http://www.flir.com within Sixty (60) DAYS of the date the Product was purchased by the first retail customer (the “Purchase Date”). Qualifying PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT REGISTERED ON‐LINE WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF THE PURCHASE DATE WILL HAVE A LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. 2. QUALIFYING PRODUCTS. Upon registration, Test and Measurement products that qualify for coverage under FLIR’s Limited Lifetime Warranty are: MR7x, CM7x, CM8x, DMxx, VP5x not including accessories which may have their own warranty. 3. WARRANTY PERIODS. For purposes of the The Limited Lifetime Warranty, Lifetime is defined as seven years (7) after the product is no longer manufactured, or ten years (10) from date of purchase, whichever is greater. This Warranty is only applicable to the original owner of the Products. Any Product that is repaired or replaced under warranty is covered under this Limited Lifetime Warranty for one hundred eighty days (180) days from the date of return shipment by FLIR or for the remaining duration of the applicable Warranty Period, whichever is longer. 4. LIMITED WARRANTY. In accordance with the terms and conditions of this Limited Lifetime Warranty, and except as excluded or disclaimed in this document, FLIR warrants, from the Purchase Date, that all fully registered Products will conform to FLIR’s published Product specifications and be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the applicable Warranty Period. PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY, AT FLIR’S SOLE DISCRETION, IS THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS IN A MANNER, AND BY A SERVICE CENTER, AUTHORIZED BY FLIR. IF THIS REMEDY IS ADJUDICATED TO BE INSUFFICIENT, FLIR SHALL REFUND PURCHASER’S PAID PURCHASE PRICE AND HAVE NO OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY TO BUYER WHATSOEVER. 5. WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS. FLIR MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE (EVEN IF PURCHASER HAS NOTIFIED FLIR OF ITS INTENDED USE FOR THE PRODUCTS), AND NON‐INFRINGEMENT ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED FROM THIS AGREEMENT. THIS WARRANTY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDES ROUTINE PRODUCT MAINTENANCE, SOFTWARE UPDATES, AND REPLACEMENT OF FLIR CM82 USER MANUAL Document Identifier: CM82‐en‐GB_AD 31
MANUALS, FUSES, OR DISPOSABLE BATTERIES. FLIR FURTHER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY COVERAGE WHERE THE ALLEGED NONCONFORMITY IS DUE TO NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR, OTHER ALTERATION, MODIFICATION, REPAIR, ATTEMPTED REPAIR, IMPROPER USE, IMPROPER MAINTENANCE, NEGLECT, ABUSE, IMPROPER STORAGE, FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS, DAMAGE (WHETHER CAUSED BY ACCIDENT OR OTHERWISE), OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CARE OR HANDING OF THE PRODUCTS CAUSED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN FLIR OR FLIR’S EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED DESIGNEE. THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS THE ENTIRE WARRANTY AGREEMENT BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR AND SUPERSEDES ALL PRIOR WARRANTY NEGOTIATIONS, AGREEMENTS, PROMISES AND UNDERSTANDINGS BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR. THIS WARRANTY MAY NOT BE ALTERED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF FLIR. 6. WARRANTY RETURN, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. To be eligible for warranty repair or replacement, Purchaser must notify FLIR within thirty (30) days of discovering of any apparent defect in materials or workmanship. Before Purchaser may return a Product for warranty service or repair, Purchaser must first obtain a returned material authorization (RMA) number from FLIR. To obtain the RMA number Owner must provide an original proof of purchase. For additional information, to notify FLIR of an apparent defect in materials or workmanship, or to request an RMA number, visit http://www.flir.com. Purchaser is solely responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging the Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. FLIR will pay for returning to Purchaser any Product that FLIR repairs or replaces under warranty. FLIR reserves the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether a returned Product is covered under Warranty. If FLIR determines that any returned Product is not covered under Warranty or is otherwise excluded from Warranty coverage, FLIR may charge Purchaser a reasonable handling fee and return the Product to Purchaser, at Purchaser’s expense, or offer Purchaser the option of handling the Product as a non‐warranty return. 7. NON‐WARRANTY RETURN. Purchaser may request that FLIR evaluate and service or repair a Product not covered under warranty, which FLIR may agree to do in its sole discretion. Before Purchaser returns a Product for non‐warranty evaluation and repair, Purchaser must contact FLIR by visiting http://www.flir.com to request an evaluation and obtain an RMA. Purchaser is solely responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging the Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. Upon receipt of an authorized non‐warranty return, FLIR will evaluate the Product and contact Purchaser regarding the feasibility of and the costs and fees associated with Purchaser’s request. Purchaser shall be responsible for the reasonable cost of FLIR’s evaluation, for the cost of any repairs or services authorized by Purchaser, and for the cost of repackaging and returning the Product to Purchaser. Any non‐warranty repair of a Product is warranted for one hundred eighty days (180) days from the date of return shipment by FLIR to be free from defects in materials and workmanship only, subject to all of the limitations, exclusions and disclaimers in this document. 9.2 FLIR Test and Measurement Limited 2 Year Warranty A qualifying FLIR Test and Measurement product (the “Product”) purchased either directly from FLIR Commercial Systems Inc and affiliates (FLIR) or from an authorized FLIR distributor or reseller that Purchaser registers on‐line with FLIR is eligible for coverage under FLIR’s Limited Warranty, subject to the terms and conditions in this document. This warranty only applies to purchases of Qualifying Products (see below) purchased and manufactured after April 1, 2013. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY; IT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCTS THAT QUALIFY FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE LIMITED WARRANTY, PURCHASER’S OBLIGATIONS, HOW TO ACTIVATE THE WARRANTY, WARRANTY COVERAGE, AND OTHER IMPORTANT TERMS, CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS. 1. PRODUCT REGISTRATION. To qualify for FLIR’s Limited Warranty, Purchaser must fully register the Product directly with FLIR on‐line at http://www.flir.com within Sixty (60) DAYS of the date the Product was purchased by the first retail customer (the “Purchase Date”). Qualifying PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT REGISTERED ON‐LINE WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF THE PURCHASE DATE WILL HAVE A LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. 2. QUALIFYING PRODUCTS. Upon registration, Test and Measurement products that qualify for coverage under FLIR’s Limited Warranty are: VS70 Videoscope, VSAxx Articulation Camera, VSCxx Camera, VSSxx Probe Spool, VST handset, MR02 Pin Extension Probe, and TAxx not including accessories which may have their own warranty. 3. WARRANTY PERIODS. The applicable Limited Warranty Period measured from the Purchase data are:
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Any Product that is repaired or replaced under warranty is covered under this Limited Warranty for one hundred eighty days (180) days from the date of return shipment by FLIR or for the remaining duration of the applicable Warranty Period, whichever is longer. 4. LIMITED WARRANTY. In accordance with the terms and conditions of this Limited Warranty, and except as excluded or disclaimed in this document, FLIR warrants, from the Purchase Date, that all fully registered Products will conform to FLIR’s published product specifications and be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the applicable Warranty Period. PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY, AT FLIR’S SOLE DISCRETION, IS THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS IN A MANNER, AND BY A SERVICE CENTER, AUTHORIZED BY FLIR. IF THIS REMEDY IS ADJUDICATED TO BE INSUFFICIENT, FLIR SHALL REFUND PURCHASER’S PAID PURCHASE PRICE AND HAVE NO OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY TO BUYER WHATSOEVER. 5. WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS. FLIR MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE (EVEN IF PURCHASER HAS NOTIFIED FLIR OF ITS INTENDED USE FOR THE PRODUCTS), AND NON‐INFRINGEMENT ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED FROM THIS AGREEMENT. THIS WARRANTY EXPRESSLY EXCLUDES ROUTINE PRODUCT MAINTENANCE, SOFTWARE UPDATES, AND REPLACEMENT OF FUSES, OR DISPOSABLE BATTERIES. FLIR FURTHER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY COVERAGE WHERE THE ALLEGED NONCONFORMITY IS DUE TO NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR, OTHER ALTERATION, MODIFICATION, REPAIR, ATTEMPTED REPAIR, IMPROPER USE, IMPROPER MAINTENANCE, NEGLECT, ABUSE, IMPROPER STORAGE, FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS, DAMAGE (WHETHER CAUSED BY ACCIDENT OR OTHERWISE), OR ANY OTHER IMPROPER CARE OR HANDING OF THE PRODUCTS CAUSED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN FLIR OR FLIR’S EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED DESIGNEE. THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS THE ENTIRE WARRANTY AGREEMENT BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR AND SUPERSEDES ALL PRIOR WARRANTY NEGOTIATIONS, AGREEMENTS, PROMISES AND UNDERSTANDINGS BETWEEN PURCHASER AND FLIR. THIS WARRANTY MAY NOT BE ALTERED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF FLIR.
6. WARRANTY RETURN, REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. To be eligible for warranty repair or replacement, Purchaser must notify FLIR within thirty (30) days of discovering of any apparent defect in materials or workmanship. Before Purchaser may return a Product for warranty service or repair, Purchaser must first obtain a returned material authorization (RMA) number from FLIR. To obtain the RMA number Owner must provide an original proof of purchase. For additional information, to notify FLIR of an apparent defect in materials or workmanship, or to request an RMA number, visit http://www.flir.com. Purchaser is solely responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging the Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. FLIR will pay for returning to Purchaser any Product that FLIR repairs or replaces under warranty. FLIR reserves the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether a returned Product is covered under Warranty. If FLIR determines that any returned Product is not covered under Warranty or is otherwise excluded from Warranty coverage, FLIR may charge Purchaser a reasonable handling fee and return the Product to Purchaser, at Purchaser’s expense, or offer Purchaser the option of handling the Product as a non‐warranty return. 7. NON‐WARRANTY RETURN. Purchaser may request that FLIR evaluate and service or repair a Product not covered under warranty, which FLIR may agree to do in its sole discretion. Before Purchaser returns a Product for non‐warranty evaluation and repair, Purchaser must contact FLIR by visiting http://www.flir.com to request an evaluation and obtain an RMA. Purchaser is solely responsible for complying with all RMA instructions provided by FLIR including but not limited to adequately packaging the Product for shipment to FLIR and for all packaging and shipping costs. Upon receipt of an authorized non‐warranty return, FLIR will evaluate the Product and contact Purchaser regarding the feasibility of and the costs and fees associated with Purchaser’s request. Purchaser shall be responsible for the reasonable cost of FLIR’s evaluation, for the cost of any repairs or services authorized by Purchaser, and for the cost of repackaging and returning the Product to Purchaser. Any non‐warranty repair of a Product is warranted for one hundred eighty days (180) days from the date of return shipment by FLIR to be free from defects in materials and workmanship only, subject to all of the limitations, exclusions and disclaimers in this document.
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