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Fluke 189 Digital Multimeter
Hersteller:
Fluke
Modell: 189
Datum: 2000
Kategorie: Messgeräte
Gruppe: Digital Multimeter
Beschreibung: True RMS Multimeter
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Fluke -- 189 -- Bedienungsanleitung
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1 Before You Start
..........................................................................................................
1-1
Safety
Information..........................................................................................................
1-1
Contacting
Fluke............................................................................................................
1-1
Symbols........................................................................................................................
1-4
2 Getting
Acquainted......................................................................................................
2-1
Introduction...................................................................................................................
2-1
Turning the Meter
On.....................................................................................................
2-1
Battery Considerations
..................................................................................................
2-2
Automatic Power Off
.................................................................................................
2-2
Automatic Backlight
Off.............................................................................................
2-3
Low Battery
Indication...............................................................................................
2-3
Rotary
Switch.................................................................................................................
2-4
Pushbuttons...................................................................................................................
2-5
Selecting the
Range.......................................................................................................
2-10
Understanding the Display
.............................................................................................
2-10
Primary Display
.........................................................................................................
2-10
Secondary
Display.....................................................................................................
2-11
Bar
Graph..................................................................................................................
2-11
Using the Input Terminals
..............................................................................................
2-17
Using Display
Hold.........................................................................................................
2-18
Using
AutoHOLD............................................................................................................
2-19
Using MIN
MAX..............................................................................................................
2-19
Using FAST MN
MX.......................................................................................................
2-21
Using HOLD with MIN MAX or FAST MN
MX............................................................
2-22
Using Relative Mode
(REL)............................................................................................
2-22
3 Making
Measurements.................................................................................................
3-1
Introduction
....................................................................................................................
3-1
Measuring Voltage
.........................................................................................................
3-1
Measuring AC
Voltage...............................................................................................
3-2
dB Measurements in AC Volts Functions
..................................................................
3-3
Measuring DC Voltage
..............................................................................................
3-4
Both AC and DC Voltage Measurements
..................................................................
3-4
Measuring
Resistance....................................................................................................
3-6
Testing for Continuity
.....................................................................................................
3-8
Using Conductance for High Resistance
Tests..............................................................
3-9
Measuring
Capacitance..................................................................................................
3-12
Testing Diodes
...............................................................................................................
3-13
Measuring
Temperature.................................................................................................
3-15
Measuring Current
.........................................................................................................
3-16
Input Alert™ Feature
.................................................................................................
3-17
Measuring AC Current
..............................................................................................
3-18
Measuring DC Current
..............................................................................................
3-20
Measuring Frequency
....................................................................................................
3-22
Measuring Duty
Cycle....................................................................................................
3-23
Measuring Pulse
Width..................................................................................................
3-25
4 Using Memory & Communications Features
............................................................ 4-1
Introduction...................................................................................................................
4-1
Types of Memory
...........................................................................................................
4-1
Saved Readings
Memory..........................................................................................
4-1
Logged Readings
Memory........................................................................................
4-1
Storing Saved
Readings................................................................................................
4-2
Starting Logging
............................................................................................................
4-2
Stopping
Logging...........................................................................................................
4-2
Viewing Memory
Data....................................................................................................
4-3
Clearing Memory
...........................................................................................................
4-5
Using Communications (187 and 189)
..........................................................................
4-5
5 Changing the Default Settings
...................................................................................
5-1
Introduction...................................................................................................................
5-1
Selecting Setup Options
................................................................................................
5-1
Adjusting the Temperature
Offset..................................................................................
5-4
Selecting Display Resolution (3 1/2 or 4 1/2
Digits)...................................................... 5-6
Setting the Power Off
Timeout.......................................................................................
5-6
Setting the 24-Hour
Clock..............................................................................................
5-7
Setting the Line (Main)
Frequency.................................................................................
5-7
Returning to Factory Defaults
........................................................................................
5-8
Saving Setup Options
....................................................................................................
5-8
6 Maintenance
.................................................................................................................
6-1
Introduction
....................................................................................................................
6-1
General
Maintenance.....................................................................................................
6-1
Testing the
Fuses...........................................................................................................
6-1
Replacing the Batteries
..................................................................................................
6-3
Replacing the Fuses
......................................................................................................
6-5
User-Replaceable Parts
.................................................................................................
6-5
In Case of Difficulty
........................................................................................................
6-5
7
Specifications...............................................................................................................
7-1
Safety and Compliances
................................................................................................
7-1
Physical
Specifications...................................................................................................
7-2
Feature
Summary...........................................................................................................
7-3
Basic Specifications
.......................................................................................................
7-4
Detailed Accuracy Specifications
...................................................................................
7-5
Frequency Counter Sensitivity
.......................................................................................
7-11
Burden Voltage (A, mA,
μA)...........................................................................................
7-11
Input
Characteristics.......................................................................................................
7-12
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Fluke -- 189 -- Erweiterung zur Serviceanleitung
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Fluke -- 189 -- Serviceanleitung
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Calibration Manual

Introduction
.......................................................................................................
1
Contacting Fluke
...............................................................................................
1
Precautions and Safety Information
..................................................................
2
International
Symbols........................................................................................
2
Safety
Information.............................................................................................
3
Specifications
....................................................................................................
4
Accuracy
.......................................................................................................
4
Feature Summary
..........................................................................................
4
Basic Specifications
..........................................................................................
5
Detailed Accuracy Specifications
.....................................................................
6
Frequency Counter Sensitivity
..........................................................................
9
Burden Voltage (A, mA, μA)
............................................................................
9
Input
Characteristics..........................................................................................
9
Required
Equipment..........................................................................................
10
Basic Maintenance
............................................................................................
11
Opening the Meter
Case................................................................................
11
Removing and Reinserting the Circuit Board Assembly
.............................. 11
Replacing the
LCD........................................................................................
12
Reassembling the Meter Case
.......................................................................
13
Testing Fuses (F1 and
F2).............................................................................
13
Replacing Fuses
............................................................................................
14
Replacing the Batteries
.................................................................................
14
Cleaning
........................................................................................................
15
Performance Tests
.............................................................................................
16
Testing the Display
.......................................................................................
16
Backlight Test
...............................................................................................
16
Current Terminal Sensing Test
.....................................................................
16
Keypad Test
..................................................................................................
17
Verification of the IR Communication
Port.................................................. 17
Testing Temperature
.....................................................................................
17
Testing Voltage, Current, Resistance, Capacitance and Diode
Functions.... 18
Calibration
.........................................................................................................
21
Keypad Interface
...........................................................................................
21
General
Procedure.........................................................................................
22
Special
Requirements....................................................................................
23
Calibration
Inputs..........................................................................................
23
Remote Interface
...........................................................................................
25
Temperature Calibration
...............................................................................
25
Setup
.........................................................................................................
25
Procedure
..................................................................................................
26
Re-Programming Serial Number or Model
Number..................................... 26
Parts and Accessories
........................................................................................
27
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