Amprobe ACDC-400 User manual

Amprobe ACDC-400 User manual
ACDC-400
Digital AC/DC
Clamp-on
Multimeter
User Manual
ENG FRE SPA
GER ITA SWE
User Manual
4/2018, 6010840 C
© 2018 Amprobe
All rights reserved.
English
ACDC-400
Digital AC/DC Clamp-on
Multimeter
Limited Warranty and Limitation of Liability
Your Amprobe product will be free from defects in material and workmanship for 1
year from the date of purchase. 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 Test Tools 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. Nonwarranty 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® Test Tools.
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®
Test Tools 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® Test Tools 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 a Amprobe®
Test Tools Service Center. Call Amprobe® Test Tools or inquire at your point of purchase
for current repair and replacement rates.
USA
Amprobe
Everett, WA 98203
Tel: 877-AMPROBE (267-7623)
Canada
Amprobe
Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X9
Tel: 905-890-7600
Non-Warranty Repairs and Replacement – Europe
European non-warranty units can be replaced by your Amprobe® Test Tools distributor
for a nominal charge. Please check the “Where to Buy” section on www.amprobe.com
for a list of distributors near you.
Germany*
United Kingdom
The Netherlands - Headquarters**
In den Engematten 14
52 Hurricane Way
Science Park Eindhoven 5110
79286 Glottertal
Norwich, Norfolk
5692 EC Son
Germany
United Kingdom
The Netherlands
Phone: +49 (0) 7684 8009 - 0 Phone: +44 (0) 1603 25 6662 Phone: +31 (0) 40 267 51 00
beha-amprobe.com
beha-amprobe.com
beha-amprobe.de
*(Correspondence only – no repair or replacement available from this address. European
customers please contact your distributor.)
**single contact address in EEA Fluke Europe BV
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1 Inductive clamp jaw
7 RANGE R-H and
2 Safety guard
8 MAX/MIN key
3 Data HOLD key
4 Jaw trigger
10 COM jack
5 Rotary selector functions
11 V/Ω jack
6 ZERO key
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ACDC-400
Digital AC/DC Clamp-on Multimeter
CONTENTS
Symbols............................................................................................................................5
Safety Information...........................................................................................................5
Unpacking and Contents.................................................................................................6
Introduction......................................................................................................................7
Operation.........................................................................................................................7
Alignment marks........................................................................................................7
Auto Power Off function...........................................................................................7
R-H Range selection...................................................................................................7
Backlight function (�) ..............................................................................................7
D-H function (DATA HOLD).......................................................................................7
ZERO button: Relative display function....................................................................7
MAX / MIN button......................................................................................................8
Analog bargraph........................................................................................................8
AC Voltage measurement..........................................................................................8
DC Voltage measurement..........................................................................................8
AC Current measurement...........................................................................................8
DC Current measurement...........................................................................................9
Resistance measurement............................................................................................9
Continuity Test............................................................................................................9
Maintenance and Repair ................................................................................................9
Battery Replacement ...............................................................................................10
Specifications.................................................................................................................10
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Dangerous Voltage
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Direct Current
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Earth Ground
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Alternating Current
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Audible tone
Conforms to relevant
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Underwriters Laboratories.
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Application around and
removal from hazardous
live conductors is permitted
SAFETY INFORMATION
• The ACDC-400 Series Digital Clampmeters conform to EN 61010-1:2010 and EN
61010-2-030: 2010 and EN 61010-2-032:2002; CAT III 600 V, class 2 and pollution
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• This instrument is EN61010-1 certified for Installation Category III (600V). It is
recommended for use in distribution level and fixed installations, as well as
lesser installations, and not for primary supply lines, overhead lines and cable
systems.
• Do not exceed the maximum overload limits per function (see specifications) nor
the limits marked on the instrument itself. Never apply more than 600 Vdc/600 V
ac rms between the test lead and earth ground.
� Warnings and Precautions
• Before and after hazardous voltage measurements, test the voltage function on
a known source such as line voltage to determine proper meter functioning.
• Disconnect the test leads from the test points before changing meter functions.
• Disconnected from the meter’s test leads before measuring current.
• Inspect the Clampmeter, test leads and accessories before every use. Do not use
any damaged part.
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Never ground yourself when taking measurements. Do not touch exposed circuit
elements or test probe tips.
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Do not operate the instrument in an explosive atmosphere.
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To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this product to rain or
moisture.
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The meter is intended only for indoor use. To avoid electrical shock hazard,
observe the proper safety precautions when working with voltages above 60
VDC or 30 VAC rms. These voltage levels pose a potential shock hazard to the
user.
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Before and after hazardous voltage measurements, test the voltage function on
a known source such as line voltage to determine proper meter functioning.
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Keep your hands/fingers behind the hand/finger barriers (of the meter and the
test leads) that indicate the limits of safe access of the hand-held part during
measurement.
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Inspect test leads, connectors, and probes for damaged insulation or exposed
metal before using the instrument. If any defects are found, replace them
immediately.
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This Clamp-on meter is designed to apply around or remove from uninsulated
hazardous live conductors. Individual protective equipment must be used if
hazardous live parts of the installation could be accessible.
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Exercise extreme caution when: measuring voltage >20 V // current >10 mA //
AC power line with inductive loads // AC power line during electrical storms //
current, when the fuse blows in a circuit with open circuit voltage >1000 V //
servicing CRT equipment.
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Remove test leads before opening the case to change the battery.
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Disconnect circuit power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors before testing
resistance,continuity, diodes, or capacitance.
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To avoid false readings, which could lead to possible electric shock or personal
injury, replace the batteries as soon as the low battery indicator (�) appears.
UNPACKING AND CONTENTS
Your shipping carton should include
1 ACDC-400
1 Test lead set
2 AAA - 1.5V Batteries
1 Users Manual
1 Carrying Case
If any of the items are damaged or missing, immediately return the complete
package to the place of purchase for an exchange.
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INTRODUCTION
The ACDC-400 Clamp-On meter is an average responding autoranging 400 Amp
/ 600 V clamp meter. The features include AC / DC voltage, AC / DC current,
Resistance, and Continuity tests.
This Instrument’s display also contains an analog bar graph.
OPERATION
Alignment marks (see Fig. 2)
Place conductor within the jaws at the intersection of the indicated marks as close
as possible to maximize the accuracy of the reading.
Auto Power Off function
In order to save battery life, your clampmeter powers down automatically after
approximately 30 minutes of inactivity. You can turn it back on by turning the
function selector switch to OFF and back to a measuring function. The instrument
does not power down while in MAX MIN mode. You can disable Auto Power Off by
pressing and holding the ZERO button while turning the meter ON.
R-H Range selection
Press R-H button < 1 second, to enable/disable manual range selection.
Backlight function (�)
Press Backlight button more than 1 second, enable/disable Backlight. To use the
backlight in the ‘Autoranging’ mode, press and hold the R-H button for more than
2 seconds.
D-H function (DATA HOLD)
Freezes the reading present on the LCD at the moment the button is pressed.
To use this button feature, set up the meter for the type of measurement and
range desired. Connect the test leads or clamp jaws to the circuit/component to
be measured, then press Hold. The LCD reading will freeze and display “�.” You
may now remove the test leads and the reading will not change until you press D-H
again.
ZERO button: Relative display function
The ZERO mode displays the difference between the actual reading and a reference
value. It may be used with any function or range; however, the range must be
set manually. To make a relative measurement first establish a reference value
by measuring a value and then pressing the ZERO button after the reading has
stabilized. This stores the measured value as the reference and sets the display to
zero. The meter subtracts the reference value from subsequent measurements and
displays this difference as the relative value. Measurement values greater than
the reference value will be positive and values less than the reference value will
be negative. To exit the Zero Mode, Press and hold the Zero button for 2 seconds.
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Select the proper Range using the R-H button before enabling the Zero feature.
This function will not autorange.
MAX / MIN button
The MAX MIN feature reads and updates the display to store and show the
maximum or minimum value measured after you press the MAX MIN button.
Pressing the MAX MIN button for less than 1 second will put the meter into a mode
of displaying the maximum, minimum, or actual readings. Each time the button is
pressed, the meter will cycle to the next display mode as shown in the table below.
Press the MAX MIN button for more than 2 seconds to disable this feature.
Select the proper Range using the RANGE button before enabling the MAX MIN
feature. This function will not autorange.
Button Display -- Value Displayed
MAX value after feature activated
< 1 second MIN - Minimum value after feature activated
< 1 second - Actual reading, min max being recorded.
> 2 seconds - Exit MAX MIN and return to normal measurement.
Analog bargraph
The analog bargraph provides a visual indication of measurement like a traditional
analog meter’s needle.
AC Voltage measurement (See Fig. 3)
1. Select the ‘~V’ position with the rotary selector switch.
2. Insert the test leads into the jack, the red lead into V/Ω jack, and the black lead
into the COM jack.
3. Connect the test leads to the circuit,
4. The voltage measured will be displayed.
DC Voltage measurement (See Fig. 4)
1. Select the ‘�V’ position of selector functions.
2. Insert the test leads into the jack, the red lead into V/Ω jack, and the black lead
into the COM jack.
3. Connect the test leads to the circuit,
4. The voltage measured will be displayed.
AC Current measurement (See Fig. 5)
The instrument will not work correctly for non-sinusodial waveforms.
1. Select ‘~A’ position.
2. Position the test conductor is in the center of the clamp jaw.
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3. The current measured will be displayed.
DC Current measurement (See Fig. 6)
1. Select ‘�A’ position.
2. If the display doesn’t read zero, press the ZERO button.
3. If the current flow is over 40A, press R-H button to select 400A range before
zeroing operation.
4. Position the test conductor is in the center of the clamp jaw.
5. The current measured will be displayed.
Resistance measurement (See Fig. 7)
1. Select the ‘ Ω ‘ function .
2. Insert the test leads into the jacks. The red lead into V/Ω jack, and black lead into
COM jack.
3. Remove power from the circuit being tested and discharge all the capacitors.
4. Connect the test leads to the circuit, the resistance measured will be displayed.
5. If OL appears on the highest range, the resistance is too large to be measured.
Continuity Test (See Fig. 8)
1. Select the ‘ � ’ function.
2. Insert the test leads into the jacks, the red lead into V/Ω jack, and black lead into
COM jack.
3. Remove power from the circuit being tested and discharge all the capacitors.
4. Connect the test leads to the circuit,
5. The resistance will be displayed and the buzzer sounds when the resistance value
is < 40 Ω.
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
If there appears to be a malfunction during the operation of the meter, the
following steps should be performed in order to isolate the cause of the problem:
1. Check the battery.
2. Review the operating instructions for possible mistakes in operating procedure.
3. Inspect and test the test leads for a broken or intermittent connection.
Except for the replacement of the battery or test probes, repair of the multimeter
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 or
chlorinated solvents for cleaning.
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Battery Replacement (see Fig. 9)
� Warning
To prevent electrical shock or meter damage, disconnect the meter’s test leads from
any circuit and the meter, then turn the meter off before removing the battery
cover. Battery replacement should be performed in a clean environment and with
appropriate care taken to avoid contaminating the meter’s interior components.
1. Remove the screw and lift the battery cover.
2. Replace the batteries with the same type (1.5V AAA). Note polarity guide below
the battery.
3. Replace the battery cover and screw.
SPECIFICATIONS
General Specifications
Display:
3-3/4 digits 4000 counts LCD display
Update Rate:
Polarity:
Automatic
Power Supply:
2 standard 1.5V AAA Size (NEDA 24G or IEC
R03) battery
Battery Life:
typical 25 hours
APO Timing:
idle for 30 minutes
Low battery:
Indoor operation, below 2000 m
Temperature / Humidity:
Operating:
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104 °F); < 80% RH
-10°C to 60°C (14°F to 122 °F); < 80% RH
Jaw opening:
27mm max
Dimension :
202 x 70 x 40mm (7.9 x 2.7 x 1.6 in.)
Weight :
254 gm (0.6 lb)
Safety LVD: Meets EN 61010-1:2010 and EN 61010-2-030: 2010 and EN 61010-2032:2002 Category III 600 Volts ac & dc; pollution degree : 2; class 2
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EMC: This product complies with requirements of the following European
Community Directives: 89/336/EEC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and 73/23/EEC
(Low Voltage) as amended by 93/68/EEC (CE Marking). However, electrical noise
or intense electromagnetic fields in the vicinity of the equipment may disturb
the measurement circuit. Measuring instruments will also respond to unwanted
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signals that may be present within the measurement circuit. Users should exercise
care and take appropriate precautions to avoid misleading results when making
measurements in the presence of electronic interference.
Electrical (23 °C ± 5 °C) < 75%RH
DC Voltage
RANGE
ACCURACY
400.0 mV 4.000V, 40.00V, 400.0V
± (0.8% rdg + 2 dgts)
600V
± (1.0% rdg + 2 dgts)
Input impedance : 10MΩ, 30pf nominal ( 100 MΩ for 400.0mV range)
Max input: 600 VDC
AC Voltage (sinusoidal only)
RANGE
ACCURACY
400.0mV
40Hz to 60Hz
± (1.0% rdg + 50 dgts)
4.000V, 40.00V, 400.0V
50Hz to 500Hz
± (1.0% rdg + 3 dgts)
600V
50Hz to 500Hz
± (1.2% rdg + 3 dgts)
Input impedance: 10MΩ, 30pf nominal ( 100 MΩ for 400.0mV range)
Max input: 600 VAC rms
DC Current (Clamp-On)
RANGE
ACCURACY
0.00A to 40.00A
± (2.0% rdg + 10 dgts)
40.0A to 400.0A
± (2.0% rdg + 10 dgts)
Max current: 400A rms continuous; 600 A rms ( 60 seconds)
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ACA Current (Clamp-On) (sinusoidal only)
RANGE
ACCURACY
0.00A to 40.00A
50Hz to 60Hz
± (2.0% rdg + 10 dgts)
40.0A to 400.0A
50Hz to 60Hz
± (2.0% rdg + 10 dgts)
Max current: 400A rms continuous; 600 A rms ( 60 seconds)
Resistance
RANGE
ACCURACY
400.0Ω
± (1.0% rdg + 5 dgts)
4.000kΩ, 40.00kΩ, 400.0kΩ, 4.000MΩ
± (1.0% rdg + 3 dgts)
40.00MΩ
± (3.0% rdg + 3 dgts)
Open Circuit Voltage : 0.45 Vdc typical; 1.5 Vdc typical for 400.0Ω
Continuity Tester
Open Circuit Voltage:
1.4Vdc typical
Audible threshold:
≤ 20Ω beeper ON; > 40Ω beeper OFF
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Fig. 3: Use of clamp for
AC voltage measures.
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Fig. 4: Use of clamp for
DC voltage measures
Correct
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Fig. 5: Use of clamp during AC current
measurement
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Fig. 6: Use of clamp during DC current
measurement.
Fig. 7: Use of clamp for
resistance measures.
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Fig. 8: use of clamp
for continuity measure
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PRECISION
400,0 mV, 4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
600 V
PRECISION
400,0 mV
40 Hz à 60 Hz
4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
50 Hz à 500 Hz
600 V
50 Hz à 500 Hz
PRECISION
0,00 A à 40,00 A
40,0 A à 400,0 A
Courant max : 400 A eff. continu ; 600 A eff. (60 secondes)
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PRECISION
0,00 A à 40,00 A
50 Hz à 60 Hz
40,0 A à 400,0 A
50 Hz à 60 Hz
PRECISION
400,0 Ω
4,000 kΩ, 40,00 kΩ, 400,0 kΩ, 4,000 MΩ
40,00 MΩ
Seuil sonore :
≤ 20Ω beeper ON; > 40Ω beeper OFF
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400,0 mV, 4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
600 V
400,0 mV
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4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
50 Hz a 500 Hz
± (1,0 % lect. + 3 díg.)
600 V
50 Hz a 500 Hz
± (1,2 % lect. + 3 díg.)
0,00 A a 40,00 A
± (2,0 % lect. + 10 díg.)
40,0 A a 400,0 A
Corriente máxima: 400 A rms continua, 600 A rms (60 segundos)
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50 Hz a 60 Hz
40,0 A a 400,0 A
50 Hz a 60 Hz
± (2,0 % lect. + 10 díg.)
Corriente máxima: 400 A rms continua, 600 A rms (60 segundos)
Resistencia
RANGO
400,0 Ω
4,000 kΩ, 40,00 kΩ, 400,0 kΩ, 4,000 MΩ
40,00 MΩ
± (3,0 % lect. + 3 díg.)
1,4 V CC típico
Ω beeper ON; > 40Ω beeper desactivado
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ACDC-400
Digitales AC/DC
Clamp-on Multimeter
Reparatur
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Aktualisierungsrate:
2 Mal pro Sekunde, nominal
Polarität:
Stromversorgung:
5 °C bis 40 °C; < 80 % RH
-10 °C bis 60 °C; < 80 % RH
max. 27 mm
202 x 70 x 40 mm
254 g
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600 V
400,0 mV
4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
600 V
0,00 A bis 40,00 A
40,0 A bis 400,0 A
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0,00 A bis 40,00 A
40,0 A bis 400,0 A
400,0 Ω
4,000 kΩ, 40,00 kΩ, 400,0 kΩ, 4,000 MΩ
40,00 MΩ
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Manuale d’Uso
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Italiano
Regno Unito
52 Hurricane Way
Norwich, Norfolk
NR6 6JB Regno Unito
Tel: +44 (0) 1603 25 6662
beha-amprobe.com
Paesi Bassi - Sede**
Science Park Eindhoven 5110
5692 EC Son
Paesi Bassi
Tel: +31 (0) 40 267 51 00
beha-amprobe.com
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INFORMAZIONI SULLA SICUREZZA
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PRECISIONE
400,0 mV, 4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
600 V
PRECISIONE
400,0 mV
Da 40 Hz a 60 Hz
4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V Da 50 Hz a 500 Hz
600 V
Da 50 Hz a 500 Hz
PRECISIONE
Da 0,00 A a 40,00 A
Da 40,0 A a 400,0 A
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PRECISIONE
Da 0,00 A a 40,00 A
Da 50 Hz a 60 Hz
Da 40,0 A a 400,0 A
Da 50 Hz a 60 Hz
PRECISIONE
400,0 Ω
4,000 kΩ, 40,00 kΩ, 400,0 kΩ, 4,000 MΩ
40,00 MΩ
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Reparation
I Kanada
Amprobe Test Tools
Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X9
Tel: 905-890-7600
Germany*
In den Engematten 14
79286 Glottertal
Germany
Telefon: +49 (0) 7684 8009 - 0
beha-amprobe.de
Storbritannien
52 Hurricane Way
Norwich, Norfolk
NR6 6JB United Kingdom
Telefon: +44 (0) 1603 25 6662
beha-amprobe.com
**enda kontaktadress i EEA Fluke Europe BV
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NOGGRANNHET
400,0 mV, 4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
600 V
NOGGRANNHET
400,0 mV
40 Hz till 60 Hz
4,000 V, 40,00 V, 400,0 V
50 Hz till 500 Hz
600 V
50 Hz till 500 Hz
NOGGRANNHET
0,00 A till 40,00 A
40,0 A till 400,0 A
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NOGGRANNHET
0,00 A till 40,00 A
50 Hz till 60 Hz
40,0 A till 400,0 A
NOGGRANNHET
400,0 Ω
4,000 kΩ, 40,00 kΩ, 400,0 kΩ, 4,000 MΩ
40,00 MΩ
≤ 20Ω ljudsignal PÅ; > 40Ω beeper OFF
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