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Fluke 43B Analyzer
Hersteller:
Fluke
Modell: 43B
Datum: 2001
Kategorie: Messgeräte
Gruppe: Analyzer
Beschreibung: Power Quality Analyzer
Informationen:
                                    The Fluke 43 Power Quality Analyzer performs
the measurements you need to maintain power
systems, troubleshoot power problems and
diagnose equipment failures. All in a rugged
handheld package.
• Combines the most useful capabilities of a
power quality analyzer, multimeter and scope
• New! Calculates 3-phase power on balanced
loads, from a single-phase measurement
• Measures power harmonics, and captures
voltage sags, transients and inrush current
• Monitoring functions help track intermittent
problems and power system performance
• Menus use familiar electrical terminology
• New! Toggle through the most commonly used
power quality modes with a single keystroke
• Records two selectable parameters for up
to 16 days
• New! 20 measurement memories to
save/recall screens and data with cursor
readings
• New! FlukeView® Software can log harmonics
and all other readings over time
• New! FlukeView Software provides a
complete harmonics profile up to the 51st
harmonic
• Measures resistance, diode voltage drop,
continuity, and capacitance
• Users / applications manual and power quality
video to help answer tough questions
• Complete package with voltage probes and
500A current clamp, FlukeView Software and
optically isolated interface cable

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Datum: April 2001
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Fluke -- 43B -- Serviceanleitung
Dateiname: Fluke-9273-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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Safety Instructions
.............................................................................1.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
1.2 Safety
Precautions.......................................................................................
1.3 Caution and Warning
Statements................................................................
1.4
Symbols.......................................................................................................
1.5 Impaired Safety
...........................................................................................
1.6 General Safety
Information.........................................................................

Characteristics
...................................................................................2.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
2.2 Safety
Specifications...................................................................................
2.3 Function
Specifications...............................................................................
2.3.1 Electrical functions
..............................................................................
2.3.2
Scope....................................................................................................
2.3.3
Meter....................................................................................................
2.3.4
Record..................................................................................................
2.4 Miscellaneous
.............................................................................................
2.5 Current Probe
..............................................................................................
2.6 Environmental Conditions
..........................................................................
2.7 Electromagnetic
Immunity..........................................................................

Circuit Descriptions
...........................................................................3.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
3.2 Block Diagram
............................................................................................
3.2.1 Input 1 - Input 2 Measurement
Circuits...............................................
3.2.2 Trigger Circuit
.....................................................................................
3.2.3 Digital Circuit
......................................................................................
3.2.4 Power Circuit
.......................................................................................
3.2.5 Start-up Sequence, Operating Modes
..................................................
3.3 Detailed Circuit
Descriptions......................................................................
3.3.1 Power Circuit
.......................................................................................
3.3.2 Input 1 - Input 2 Measurement
Circuits...............................................
3.3.3 Trigger Circuit
.....................................................................................
3.3.4 Digital Circuit
......................................................................................
3-24
4
 Performance Verification
...................................................................4.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
4.2 Equipment Required For Verification
........................................................
4.3 How To Verify
............................................................................................
4.4 Display and Backlight Test
.........................................................................
4.5 Input 1 and Input 2 Tests in the SCOPE MODE.
.......................................
4.5.1 Input 1 Trigger Sensitivity
Test...........................................................
4.5.2 Input 1 Frequency Response Upper Transition Point
Test..................
4.5.3 Input 1 Frequency Measurement Accuracy Test
.................................
4.5.4 Input 2 Frequency Measurement Accuracy Test
.................................
4.5.5 Input 2 Trigger Level and Trigger Slope Test
.....................................
4.5.6 Input 2 Trigger sensitivity
Test............................................................
4.5.7 Input 1 Trigger Level and Trigger Slope Test
.....................................
4.5.8 Input 1 and 2 DC Voltage Accuracy
Test............................................
4.5.9 Input 1 and 2 AC Voltage Accuracy
Test............................................
4.5.10 Input 1 and 2 AC Input Coupling Test
..............................................
4.5.11 Input 1 and 2 Volts Peak Measurements Test
...................................
4.5.12 Input 1 and 2 Phase Measurements
Test............................................
4.5.13 Input 1 and 2 High Voltage AC & DC Accuracy Test
......................
4.6 Ohms/Continuity/Capacitance.
...................................................................
4.6.1 Resistance Measurements
Test............................................................
4.6.2 Diode Test Function Test
....................................................................
4.6.3 Continuity Function Test
.....................................................................
4.6.4 Capacitance Measurements Test
.........................................................
4.7 Inrush Current.
............................................................................................
4.8 Sags & Swells
.............................................................................................
4.9 Harmonics.
..................................................................................................
4.10 VOLT/AMPS/HERTZ.
.............................................................................
4.11
POWER.....................................................................................................
4.12
Transients..................................................................................................
5
6
Calibration Adjustment
......................................................................5.1
General
........................................................................................................
5.1.1
Introduction..........................................................................................
5.1.2 Calibration number and
date................................................................
5.1.3 General
Instructions.............................................................................
5.2 Equipment Required For
Calibration..........................................................
5.3 Starting Calibration Adjustment
.................................................................
5.4 Contrast Calibration Adjustment
................................................................
5.5 Warming Up & Pre-Calibration
..................................................................
5.6 Final Calibration
.........................................................................................
5.6.1 HF Gain Input 1.
..................................................................................
5.6.2 Delta T Gain, Trigger Delay Time & Pulse Adjust Input
1.................
5.6.3 Gain DMM (Gain Volt)
.......................................................................
5.6.4 Volt
Zero..............................................................................................
5.6.5 Gain
Ohm.............................................................................................
5.6.6 Capacitance Gain Low and
High.........................................................
5.6.7 Capacitance Clamp &
Zero..................................................................
5.6.8 Capacitance Gain
.................................................................................
5.7 Save Calibration Data and
Exit...................................................................
Disassembling
....................................................................................
6.1.
Introduction................................................................................................
6.2. Disassembling Procedures
.........................................................................
6.1.1 Required Tools
....................................................................................
6.2.2 Removing the Battery Pack
.................................................................
6.2.3 Removing the Bail
...............................................................................
6.2.4 Opening the Test Tool
.........................................................................
6.2.5 Removing the Main PCA
Unit.............................................................
6.2.6 Removing the Display
Assembly.........................................................
6.2.7 Removing the Keypad and Keypad
Foil..............................................
6.3 Disassembling the Main PCA Unit
.............................................................
6.4 Reassembling the Main PCA Unit
..............................................................
6.5 Reassembling the Test
Tool........................................................................
Corrective Maintenance
.....................................................................7.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
7.2 Starting Fault Finding.
................................................................................
7.3 Charger
Circuit............................................................................................
7.4 Starting with a Dead Test Tool
...................................................................
7.4.1 Test Tool Completely
Dead.................................................................
7.4.2 Test Tool Software Does not Run.
......................................................
7.4.3 Software Runs, Test Tool not Operative
.............................................
7.5 Miscellaneous
Functions.............................................................................
7.5.1 Display and Back Light
.......................................................................
7.5.2 Fly Back
Converter..............................................................................
7.5.3 Slow
ADC............................................................................................
7.5.4
Keyboard..............................................................................................
7.5.5 Optical Port (Serial RS232
Interface)..................................................
7.5.6 Input Channel 1 and 2 Voltage
Measurements....................................
7.5.7 Ohms and Capacitance Measurements
................................................
7.5.8 Trigger
Functions.................................................................................
7.5.9 Reference
Voltages..............................................................................
7.5.10 Buzzer Circuit
....................................................................................
7.5.11 Reset ROM Line
(ROMRST)............................................................
7.5.12 RAM Test
..........................................................................................
7.5.13 Power ON/OFF
..................................................................................
7.5.14 PWM
Circuit......................................................................................
7.5.15 Randomize Circuit
.............................................................................
List of Replaceable
Parts...................................................................
8-1
8.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
8.2 How to Obtain
Parts....................................................................................
8.3 Final Assembly Parts
..................................................................................
8.4 Main PCA Unit Parts
..................................................................................
8.5 Main PCA Parts
..........................................................................................
8.6 Accessory Replacement Parts
.....................................................................
Circuit
Diagrams.................................................................................
9-1
9.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
9-3
9.2 Schematic
Diagrams....................................................................................
9-3
Modifications
......................................................................................10.1
Software modifications
.............................................................................10.2
Hardware
modifications............................................................................10-1
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