ACD-14-PRO ACD-14-PRO-EUR User Manual Dual Display 600 A TRMS Clamp Multimeter

ACD-14-PRO ACD-14-PRO-EUR User Manual Dual Display 600 A TRMS Clamp Multimeter
ACD-14-PRO
ACD-14-PRO-EUR
Dual Display 600 A TRMS Clamp Multimeter
User Manual
ACD-14-PRO
MAX 600A
600V CAT III
Hz
NCV(EF)
TRMS
OFF
P-RMS
SELECT
COM
CAT III
600V
HOLD
ACD-14-PRO
ACD-14-PRO-EUR
User Manual
7/2015, 6006090 A
©2015 Amprobe Test Tools.
All rights reserved. Printed in Taiwan
English
Dual Display 600 A TRMS
Clamp 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 the behalf of Amprobe. 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 STATUTORY - 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 Amprobe 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 an Amprobe Service Center (see
address below).
Non-warranty Repairs and Replacement – United States 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.
USA: Canada:
AmprobeAmprobe
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.beha-amprobe.com for a list of
distributors near you.
Amprobe Europe*
Beha-Amprobe
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.)
ACD-14-PRO / ACD-14-PRO-EUR
Dual Display 600 A TRMS Clamp Multimeter
CONTENTS
SYMBOL.......................................................................................................... 3
SAFETY INFORMATION.................................................................................. 4
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION...................................................................... 5
MEASUREMENTS............................................................................................ 6
Measuring AC and DC Voltage................................................................. 7
Voltage Detection (NCV)........................................................................... 7
Measuring AC Current............................................................................... 8
Precise Low-Current Measurement.......................................................... 9
Microamps μA Measurement ................................................................... 9
Measuring Resistance and Continuity ..................................................... 10
Measuring Capacitance and Diode .......................................................... 10
Measuring Temperature ........................................................................... 11
Backlight ................................................................................................... 12
Auto Power OFF........................................................................................ 12
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................. 13
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................ 14
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR......................................................................... 16
BATTERY REPLACEMENT................................................................................ 16
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ACD-14-PRO / ACD-14-PRO-EUR
Dual Display 600 A TRMS Clamp Multimeter
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8
1
9
ACD-14-PRO
2
MAX 600A
600V CAT III
1
3
10
Hz
NCV(EF)
OFF
TRMS
1
4
P-RMS
1
5
SELECT
HOLD
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6
COM
CAT III
600V
1 Jaw
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8 Precise Low Current
Measuring Location (Amp-Tip)
2 Tactile Barrier
9 Indicator of the Jaw Center
for Current Measurement
3 Jaw Release
4 Display
10 Rotary Switch
5 Clamp-on Current / Amp-Tip
/ PEAK-RMS Button
11 Data Hold Button
12 Input Terminals
6 SELECT/Backlight Button
7 Sensor for Non-Contact
Voltage Detection
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13
15
29
14
16
17
28
27
18
26
19
21
20
25
22
24
23
13 Auto-ranging
14 Alternative Current (AC)
22 Continuity buzzer is active
23 Lower display: Reading for V,
15 P-RMS: PEAK-RMS mode
Hz, Ω, μF, temperature and μA
(inrush current) is active
24 μA: Microamps
16 Precise low current measurement mode
17 Low battery indicator
18 Auto-ranging
19 Direct Current (DC)
Alternative Current (AC)
27 kΩ: KiloOhms
Data hold
28 A: Amps
Negative reading
21 Hz: Hertz
26 Ω: Ohms
Variable Frequency Dive
20 μF: Microfarads
25 V: Volts
29 Upper display:
Diode test mode is active
Reading for AC current
Symbols
Application around and removal from hazardous live conductors is permitted.

W
Caution! Risk of electric shock.
T
The equipment is protected by double insulation or reinforced
insulation.
J
Earth (Ground).
CAT III
B
Caution! Refer to the explanation in this manual.
Measurement Category lll is for equipment intended to form
part of a building wiring installation. Such equipment includes
socket outlets, fuse panels, and some mains installation control
equipment.
Alternating Current (AC).
3
F
Direct Current (DC).
N
Battery.
Underwriters Laboratories. [Note: Canadian and US.]
P
Complies with European Directives.
Conforms to relevant Australian standards.
=
Do not dispose this product as unsorted municipal waste.
Contact aqualified recycler.
SAFETY INFORMATION
The meter complies with:
• UL/IEC/EN 61010-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1, Pollution Degree 2,
Measurement category III 600 V
• IEC/EN 61010-2-033
• IEC/EN 61010-2-032
• IEC/EN 61010-031 (test leads)
• EMC IEC/EN 61326-1
Measurement Category III (CAT III) is for equipment intended to form part
of a building wiring installation. Such equipment includes socket outlets,
fuse panels, and some mains installation control equipment.
CENELEC Directives
The instruments conform to CENELEC Low-voltage directive 2006/95/EC and
Electromagnetic compatibility directive 2004/108/EC.
� Warning: Read Before Using
To avoid possible electric shock or personal injury:
• Use the meter only as specified in this manual or the protection
provided by the meter might be impaired.
• Avoid working alone so assistance can be rendered.
• Do not use the meter in wet or dirty environments.
• Do not use the meter if it appears damaged. Inspect the meter before
use. Look for cracks or missing plastic. Pay particular attention to the
insulation around the connectors.
• Inspect the test leads before use. Do not use them if insulation is
damaged or metal is exposed.
• Check the test leads for continuity. Replace damaged test leads before
using the meter.
• Have the meter serviced only by qualified service personnel.
• Use extreme caution when working around bare conductors or bus
bars. Contact with the conductor could result in electric shock.
• Do not hold the meter anywhere beyond the tactile barrier.
• When measuring current, center the conductor in the clamp.
• Do not apply more than the rated voltage, as marked on the meter,
between the terminals or between any terminal and earth ground.
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• Remove test leads from the meter before opening the Meter case or
battery cover.
• Remove the jaw from all conductors before opening the Meter case or
battery cover.
• Never operate the meter with the battery cover removed or the case
open.
• Never remove the battery cover or open the case of the meter without
first removing the test leads or the jaws from a live conductor.
• Use caution when working with voltages above 30 V AC rms, 42 V AC
peak, or 60 V DC. These voltages pose a shock hazard.
• Do not attempt to measure any voltage that might exceed the
maximum range of the meter.
• Use the proper terminals, function, and range for your measurements.
• Do not operate the meter around explosive gas, vapor, or dust.
• When using probes, never touch the probe beyond the barrier.
• When making electrical connections, connect the common test lead
before connecting the live test lead; when disconnecting, disconnect
the live test lead before disconnecting the common test lead.
• Disconnect circuit power and discharge all capacitors before testing
resistance, continuity, capacitance or diodes
• Use only 1.5V AAA batteries, properly installed in the meter case, to
power the meter.
• To avoid false readings that can lead to electrical shock and injury,
replace the battery as soon as the low battery indicator (N) appears.
Check meter operation on a known source before and after use.
• When servicing, use only specified replacement parts.
• Adhere to local and national safety codes. Individual protective
equipment must be used to prevent shock and arc blast injury where
hazardous live conductors are exposed.
• Only use the test lead provided with the meter or UL Listed Probe
Assembly rated CAT III 600V or better.
Unpacking and Inspection
Your shipping carton should include:
1 Clamp multimeter
1 Test leads
1 K-type thermocouple
2 1.5 V AAA batteries (installed)
1 User manual
1 Carrying case
If any of these items are damaged or missing, return the complete package
to the place of purchase for an exchange.
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MEASUREMENTS
� Warning
To avoid electric shock or personal injury:
• When measuring current, center the conductor in the clamp.
• Keep fingers behind tactile barrier.
• Use the proper function and range for measurements.
• Disconnect circuit power and discharge all capacitors before testing
resistance, continuity, capacitance or diodes.
• When using probes, keep fingers behind the finger guards.
• 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.
Button
Description
SELECT /
Press SELECT button to select the alternative
measurement function on the rotary switch.
Backlight: Press SELECT button > one second to turn
ON LCD backlight. LCD backlight automatically turns
OFF after approximately 20 minutes.
When LCD backlight is ON, press SELECT button > one
second manually turn OFF the backlight.
HOLD
is
Press HOLD to freeze the display reading (
displayed) and press HOLD a second time to release
the reading.
� Warning
To avoid possible electric shock or personal injury,
when Display HOLD is activated, be aware that the
display will not change when you apply a different
voltage.
/
/
P-RMS
Press
/
button to toggle between AC A and
Amp-Tip (precise low current mode). For low current
on small diameter wires (< 10mm), the best accuracy is
specified near the jaw tip area.
/
P-RMS button > one second to enter
Press
P-RMS mode ( P-RMS is displayed) to capture inrush
current (80 ms). Press a second time > one second to
exit.
Note: Auto Power Off is automatically disabled under
P-RMS mode.
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Measuring AC and DC Voltage
To measure AC or DC voltage:
1. Turn the rotary function switch to
or .
2. Connect the black test lead to the COM terminal and the red test lead
to the V terminal. Measure the voltage by touching the probes to the
desired test points of the circuit.
3. View the reading on the lower display.
4. When measuring AC voltage, press SELECT button to view the
frequency reading on the lower display. (SELECT button: toggle among
, Hz, “EF-H” and “EF-L” modes).
AC current can be measured at the same time by using the jaws while the
V/COM terminals are measuring voltage. Upper display shows AC current
measurement. Also see Measuring AC Current and Precise Low Current
Measurement sections.
Note: AC V and Hz function are equipped with digital low pass filter, and
are capable of dealing with VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) signals. It also
improves AC V reading stability in noisy electrical environments.
Voltage Detection (NCV)
Non-Contact Voltage Detection:
� Warning
To avoid electrical shock and injury:
• Do not hold the meter anywhere beyond the tactile barrier.
1. Turn the rotary switch to NCV(EF) and press SELECT button to toggle to
NCV(EF) mode. Two selectable sensitivity modes:
• “EF-H” indicating high sensitivity detection mode (“EF-H” is
displayed) for the application of better detecting circuit with low
electric field signals.
• “EF-L” indicating low sensitivity detection mode (“EF-L” is displayed)
for the application where the electric field is too strong from the
circuit under testing.
Press SELECT button to toggle among , Hz, “EF-H” and “EF-L” modes.
2. The voltage detection sensor
is located along the top-right end
of the stationary clamp jaw for detecting electric fields surrounding
energized conductors.
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3. Detected electric field signal strength is indicated by a series of bargraph segments on the lower display and beeper. The stronger the
electric field detected, the more bar-graph segments are displayed and
the more intense the beep sounds.
Measuring AC Current
� Warning
To avoid electrical shock and injury:
• Do not hold the meter anywhere beyond the tactile barrier.
• Do not use the meter to measure currents above the maximum rated
frequency (400Hz). Circulating currents may cause the magnetic circuits
of the jaws to reach hazardous excessive temperatures.
Voltage can be measured at the same time by using the V/COM terminals
while the jaws are measuring current. Lower display shows voltage
measurement. Also see Measuring AC and DC Voltage section.
To measure AC current:
1. Turn the rotary switch to any function to power on
the meter. The default current measurement mode
is AC A (upper display).
2. Open the clamp by pressing the jaw release and
insert the conductor to be measured into the clamp.
Ensure the jaws are firmly closed.
3. Center the conductor using the jaw alignment
marks.
4. View the current reading on the upper display.
� Caution
During current measurement keep the jaws away from
other current-carrying devices such as transformers,
motors or energized wires, as they may negatively
influence accuracy of the measurement.
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Precise Low-Current Measurement
� Warning
To avoid electrical shock and injury:
• Do not hold the meter anywhere beyond the tactile barrier.
• Do not use the meter to measure currents above the maximum rated
frequency (400Hz). Circulating currents may cause the magnetic circuits
of the jaws to reach hazardous excessive temperatures.
Voltage can be measured at the same time by using the V/COM terminals
while the jaws are measuring current. Lower display shows voltage
measurement. Also see Measuring AC and DC Voltage section.
To measure AC low-current for small conductors:
1. Turn the rotary switch to any function to power
on the meter. The default current measurement
mode is AC A (upper display). Press
/
button
to switch between AC A and Amp-Tip mode (
displayed).
is
2. Open the clamp by pressing the jaw release and
insert the conductor to be measured into the clamp.
Ensure the jaws are firmly closed.
3. Align the conductor at the specified jaw tip area for
low-current measurement (Amp-Tip).
4. View the current reading on the upper display.
� Caution
During current measurement keep the jaws away from
other current-carrying devices such as transformers,
motors or energized wires, as they may negatively
influence accuracy of the measurement.
Microamps μA Measurement
The μA DC (
) function on the meter is primarily for
HVAC flame sensor testing.
To test a heating system flame sensor:
1. Turn the heating unit off and locate the wire
between the gas-burner controller and the flame
sensor.
2. Disconnect one of the flame sensor wires.
3. Turn the rotary switch on the meter to
.
4. Connect the black test lead to the COM terminal
and the red test lead to the μA terminal.
5. Connecting the meter in series by attaching one
test lead to the disconnected flame sensor probe
and the other test lead to the disconnected controlmodule terminal.
6. Turn heating unit on and check the reading on the
Meter.
7. Refer to the heating unit documentation for what
the correct reading should be.
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Measuring Resistance and Continuity
� Warning
To avoid electrical shock and injury:
• To avoid false readings and electrical shock and injury, de-energize the
circuit before taking the measurement.
• To avoid electrical shock when testing resistance/continuity in a circuit,
make sure the power to the circuit is turned off and all capacitors are
discharged. Use DC voltage function to check the capacitors are discharged.
1. Connect the black test lead to the COM terminal and the red test lead
to the Ω terminal.
2. Turn the rotary switch to
Ω (default mode is Ω).
3. Press SELECT button switch between Ω and
function.
4. Connect the probes across the circuit or component to be tested.
5. View the reading at the lower display
Resistance measurement: The resistance reading shows on the lower
display. If the circuit is open or resistance exceeds the meter’s range, the
display reads “OL”.
Continuity measurement: The resistance reading shows on the lower
display. If the circuit is shorted, the meter beeps (Beeper ON ≤ 10 Ω, OFF
>250 Ω). If the circuit is open or resistance exceeds the meter’s range,
the display reads OL.
Measuring Capacitance and Diode
� Warning
To avoid electrical shock and injury:
• To avoid false readings and electrical shock and injury, de-energize the
circuit before taking the measurement.
• To avoid electrical shock when testing capacitor/diode in a circuit, make
sure the power to the circuit is turned off and all capacitors are discharged.
Use DC voltage function to check the capacitors are discharged.
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1. Connect the black test lead to the COM terminal and the red test lead
terminal.
to the
2. Turn the rotary switch to
(default mode is
3. Press SELECT button switch between
and
).
function.
4. Connect the probes across the circuit or component to be tested.
5. View the reading at the lower display.
Capacitance: When measuring, be sure to note the correct polarity of the
capacitor.
Testing diode: When testing diode, normal forward voltage drop (forward
biased) for a good silicon diode is between 0.400V to 0.900V. A reading
higher than that indicates a leaky diode (defective). A zero reading
indicates a shorted diode (defective). Display reads “OL” indicates an open
diode (defective).
Reverse the test leads connections (reverse biased) across the diode. The
display reads “OL” if the diode is good. Any other readings indicate the
diode is resistive or shorted (defective).
Measuring Temperature
� Warning
To avoid electrical shock and injury:
• When measuring temperature, DO NOT apply the temperature probe
to any live conductive parts.
The meter measures temperature in either Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F).
1. Connect the plug of the type-K temperature probe to the meter’s input
terminal. Consider correct polarity of the probe.
2. Turn the rotary switch to .
3. Press SELECT button to select °C or °F. The display reflects the chosen
temperature mode (°C or °F).
4. Position the probe to take the measurement. The reading appears on
the lower display.
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Note: Type-K mini plug temperature probes can also be used with a plug
adaptor with 4mm pins to type-K socket.
Backlight
Press SELECT button > one second to turn ON LCD backlight. LCD backlight
automatically turns OFF after approximately 20 minutes.
When LCD backlight is ON, press SELECT button > one second manually
turns OFF the backlight.
Auto Power OFF
The meter turns OFF if there is no button pushed, rotary function switch
operation for 32 minutes and/or no specified activities below, where
applicable:
1. Significant measuring readings of above 8.5% of ranges
2. Non-OL readings for Resistance, Continuity or Diode function
3. Non-zero readings for Hz function
The meter will not enter auto power OFF mode when under normal
measurements. To turn the meter back ON, press the SELECT button and
release, or turn the rotary switch OFF and ON to restart the meter.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Display
3-5/6 digits 6000 counts; dual display
Sensing
True RMS
Polarity
Automatic
Update rate
5 per second nominal
Operating
temperature
32 °F to 104 °F (0 °C to 40 °C)
Relative
humidity
Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperature up to
31°C, decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40 °C
Storage
temperature
-4 °F to 140 °F (-20 °C to 60 °C), < 80% R.H. (with battery
removed)
Measuring
category
CAT III 600 V
Pollution
degree
2
Operating
altitude
≤ 2000 m
Temperature
coefficient
nominal 0.15 x (specified accuracy)/ OC @(0OC to 18OC or
28OC to 40OC), or otherwise specified
Transient
Protection
6.0 kV (1.2/50 µs surge)
Overload
protections
Current via jaws: 600 A AC rms continuous
V and COM terminals: 600 V AC/DC rms
Meets EN61326-1:2013
E.M.C.
Temperature function at 80MHz ~ 150MHz, in an RF field
of 1V/m: Total Accuracy = Specified Accuracy + 25 digits
Other functions, in an RF field of 3V/m:
Total Accuracy = Specified Accuracy + 20 digits
Agency
approval
P
Power supply
Two 1.5V AAA size battery
Power
consumption
6.2mA typical (backlight OFF), 62mA typical (backlight ON)
Low battery
indication
Approx. 2.85 V for Capacitance & Hz; approx. 2.5 V for
other functions
Auto power
OFF
Idle for 32 minutes (approx.)
Auto power
OFF power
consumption
5µA typical
Dimension
(L x W x H)
8.62 x 3.03 x 1.46 in (219 x 77 x 37 mm)
Weight
208 g (0.46 lb) with batteries installed
Jaw opening
& conductor
diameter
1.18 in (30 mm)
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Accuracy is ± (% reading digits + number of digits) or otherwise specified at
23°C ± 5°C.
Maximum Crest Factor < 2.5:1 at full scale and < 5:1 at half scale or
otherwise specified, and with frequency spectrum not exceeding the
specified frequency bandwidth for non-sinusoidal waveforms.
DC Voltage
Range
Accuracy
600.0V
± (1.0 % + 5 LSD)
Input Impedance: 10 MΩ, 100 pF nominal
AC Voltage (with Digital Low-Pass Filter)
Range
Accuracy
600.0V
± (1.0 % + 5 LSD)
Frequency: 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Input Impedance: 10 MΩ, 100 pF nominal
Continuity
Audible Threshold: ON at ≤ 10 Ω ; OFF at > 250 Ω
Response time: 32ms approx.
Resistance
Range
Accuracy
600.0 Ω, 6.000 kΩ, 60.00 kΩ
1)
600.0 kΩ , 6000 kΩ
2)
± (1.0 % + 5 LSD)
± (1.2 % + 5 LSD)
Open Circuit Voltage: 1.7VDC typical
1) Test Current: 2 µA typical
2) Test Current: 0.2 µA typical
Capacitance
Range
Accuracy 1)
200.0 µF, 2500 µF
± (2.0 % + 4 LSD)
1)Accuracy with film capacitor or better
Diode
Range
Accuracy
3.000 V
± (1.5 % + 5 LSD)
Test Current: 0.3mA typically
Open Circuit Voltage: < 3.5 V DC typical
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DC µA
Range
Accuracy
Burden Voltage
200.0 µA, 2000 µA
± (1.0 % + 5 LSD)
3.5 mV/µA
Temperature
Range
Accuracy
- 40.0 °C to 99.9 °C
±(1% + 0.8 °C)
100 °C to 400 °C
±(1% + 1 °C)
-40.0 °F to 99.9 °F
±(1% + 1.5 °F)
100 °F to 752 °F
±(1% + 2 °F)
K-type thermocouple accuracy tolerances not included
Precise Low Current AC (Amp-Tip)
Range
Accuracy 1) 2) 3) 4)
60.00 A
± (1.5 % + 5 LSD)
Frequency: 50 Hz to 60 Hz
1) Induced error from adjacent current-carrying conductor: < 0.06 A/A
2) Induced error from AC V measurement < 0.60A /kV @ 50/60 Hz
3) Add 10 LSD to the specified accuracy @ < 6 A
4) Unspecified at currents < 0.2A if function continuity
or EF-Detection
(NCV) is selected in the lower display.
AC Current
Range
Accuracy 1) 2) 3) 4)
60.00 A 5), 600.0 A
± (1.8 % + 5 LSD) @ 50 Hz to <100 Hz
60.00 A 5), 600.0 A
± (2.0 % + 5 LSD) @ 100 Hz to 400 Hz
1) Induced error from adjacent current-carrying conductor: < 0.06 A/A
2) Induced error from AC V measurement < 0.60A /kV @ 50/60 Hz
3) Specified accuracy is for measurements made at the jaw center. When
the conductor is not positioned at the jaw center, add 2% to specified
accuracy for position errors
4) Unspecified at currents < 0.2A if function continuity
or EF-Detection
(NCV) is selected in the lower display.
5) Add 10 LSD to specified accuracy @ < 6 A
PEAK-rms (for AC A function)
Response: 80 ms to > 90 %
Frequency Hz
Function
600 V
Sensitivity 1) (Sine rms)
Range
50 V
5.00 Hz to 999.9 Hz
Accuracy: ± (1.0 % + 5 LSD)
1)
DC-bias, if any, not more than 50% of Sine rms
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Voltage Detection (NCV)
Bar-graph
Indication
EF-H (High sensitivity)
Typical Voltage (Tolerance)
EF-L (Low sensitivity)
Typical Voltage (Tolerance)
-
10 V (5 V to 25 V)
40 V (32 V to 70 V)
--
25 V (20 V to 66 V)
110 V (55 V to 165 V)
---
55 V (50 V to 125 V)
220 V (130 V to 265 V)
----
110 V (90 V to 200 V)
400 V (250 V to 500 V)
-----
220 V (>180 V)
550 V (>430 V)
Indication: bar-graph segments and audible beep tones proportional to the
field strength
Detection frequency: 50/60 Hz
Detection sensor: inside the top side of the stationary jaw
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
If the meter fails to operate, check battery, test leads, etc., and replace as
necessary.
Double check the following:
1. Replace the fuse or battery if the meter does not work.
2. Review the operating instructions for possible mistakes in operating
procedure.
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 REPLACEMENT
When battery voltage drops below the value required for proper operation,
the battery symbol (
) appears.
� Warning
To avoid shock, injury, or damage to the meter, disconnect test leads before
opening case.
Replacing BATTERY follow below steps:
1. Disconnect the test lead probe from all measuring circuits and/or
remove the jaw from all conductors.
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 1.5V AAA size (IEC R03). Observe
correct polarity when installing the batteries.
5. Put the battery cover back and re-fasten the screw.
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Amprobe®
www.Amprobe.com
[email protected]
Everett, WA 98203
Tel: 877-AMPROBE (267-7623)
Amprobe® Europe
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