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Fluke 8000A Digital Multimeter
Hersteller:
Fluke
Modell: 8000A
Datum: 1973
Kategorie: Messgeräte
Gruppe: Digital Multimeter
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                                    1-2. The Model 8000A is a compact and light-weight digital
multimeter (DMM). It features a 3Vz digit display,
push-button selection of range and function, auto polarity,
self locating decimal point, self zeroing to eliminate
offset uncertainties, and overload protection for all
ranges. Several options and accessories are also available
for use with the 8000A.
1 -3. Push-button controls allow the selection of five ac
and dc voltage ranges, five ac and dc current ranges, and
six resistance ranges. The measurement capabilities of the
8000A range from 100 microvolts to 1199 volts ac and dc, 100
nanoamperes to 1.999 amperes ac and dc, and 100 milliohms to
19.99 megohms.
14. The front-panel readout features a 3lA digit display
using light emitting diodes (LED’s). The display includes a
self locating decimal point and a + or - polarity indicator.
Full-scale readout is 1999 for all ranges and functions
except the 1200 volt ac and dc range, which is 1199. A
blinking full-scale readout indicates that the 8000A is
being operated in an overrange condition.
1-5. Front panel input connectors are banana type and
provide separate connections for common, current, and
volt-ohm inputs. Both the current and volt-ohm inputs are
referenced to the common input. Common is isolated from
earth ground and can operate at a potential of up to ± 1.200
volts peak with reference to earth ground.
1-6. The overload features of the 8000A include a fused
current input and an overvoltage protected volt-ohm input.
This protection applies for any function and range selected.
1-7, Several options and accessories are available for use
with the 8000A. The options are listed and described in
Table 1-1, and option compatibility is defined in Table 1-2.
Desired options must be specified at time of purchase. The
accessories are listed and described in Table 1-3.
Accessories are compatible with all options and can be
ordered at time of purchase or after purchase. Detailed
information concerning each option and accessory is given in
Section 6 of this manual.
1-8. Input power for the 8000A is available in one-of- three
versions. These are: 100 volts, 50 to 400 Hz; 115 volts, 50
to 400 Hz; and 230 volts, 50 to 400 Hz. The desired version
must be specified at the time of purchase. Overall operation
of the 8000A is the same for all versions of input power.

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Fluke -- 8000A -- Bedienungsanleitung mit Schaltplan
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Fluke -- 8000A -- Service- und Bedienungsanleitung
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1 INTRODUCTION AND
SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................1-1
1-1. INTRODUCTION .
....................................................................................1-1
1-9.
SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................1-2
2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
.........................................................................................2-1
2-1. INTRODUCTION
....................................................2-1
2-3. SHIPPING
INFORMATION...........................................................................2-1
2-6. INPUT
POWER.............................................................................................2-1
2-9. RACK
INSTALLATION...............................................................................2-1
2-11. OPERATING
FEATURES...........................................................................2-1
2-13. OPERATING
NOTES....................................................................................2-1
2-15.. Option
Information....................................................................................2-1
2-17. Fuses.
......................................................................................................2-3
2-19. Overrange
Indication...............................................................................2-3
2-21. Input Overload
Protection...........................................................................2-3
2-23.
OPERATION.................................................................................................2-3
3 THEORY OF
OPERATION.............................................................................................3-1
3-1.
INTRODUCTION........................................................................................3-1
3-3. SIMPLIFIED BLOCK DIAGRAM
ANALYSIS...............................................3-1
3-4.
Introduction.............................................................................................3-1
3-6. Input Signal
Conditioner...........................................................................3-1
3-8. A/D
Converter........................................................................................3-1
3*10.
Display......................................................................................................3-1
3-11. CIRCUIT
DESCRIPTION...............................................................................3-2
3-13. Signal
Conditioning....................................................................................3-2
3-27. Analog-to-Digital
Converter......................................................................3-3
3-38.
Display......................................................................................................34
3-50. Power
Supply.............................................................................................3-5
4
MAINTENANCE..............................................................................................................4-1
44.
INTRODUCTION........................................................................................4-1
4-5. GENERAL
MAINTENANCE...........................................................................4-2
4-6. Access
Information....................................................................................4-2
4-8.
Cleaning......................................................................................................4-2
4-10. Fuse
Replacement....................................................................................4-2
443. Service
Tools.............................................................................................4-2
4-15. PERFORMANCE
TEST...............................................................................4-2
4-17. Zero Offset
Test........................................................................................4-2
449. Accuracy
Test.............................................................................................4-2
4-21.
CALIBRATION.............................................................................................4-3
4-23. Initial
Procedure.........................................................................................4-3
4-25. Period
Adjustment...................................................................................4-3
4-27. Zero Offset
Adjustment..........................................................................4-3
4-29. Turn-Over Error
Adjustment......................................................................4-3
4-31. Range
Adjustments/Checks......................................................................4-4
4-33.
TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................................44
5 LIST OF REPLACEABLE
PARTS....................................................................................5-1
5-1.
INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................5-2
54. HOW TO OBTAIN
PARTS...........................................................................5-2
5-7. USE CODE EFFECTIVITY
LIST..................................................................5-2
6 OPTIONS AND
ACCESSORIES.........................................................................................6-1
6-1. INTRODUCTION
.........................................................................................6-1
6-3. CARRYING CASE
(C80)...............................................................................6-1
6-5. CARRYING CASE
(C86)...............................................................................6-1
6-7. FRONT PANEL DUST COVER .
........................................... . . 6-1
6-9. RACK MOUNTING
KITS..............................................................................6-1
6-10.
introduction.............................................................................................6-1
6-12. Installation
Procedure...............................................................................6-2
6-16. DELUXE TEST LEAD
KIT...........................................................................6-2
6-18. CURRENT PROBE,
CLAMP-ON..................................................................64
6-19. Introduction .
........................................................................................6-4
6-21.
Operation.................................................................................................64
6-23. HIGH VOLTAGE
PROBE...............................................................................6-5
6-24.
Introduction.............................................................................................6-5
6-26.
Specifications.............................................................................................6-5
6-27.
Operation..................................................................................................6-5
6-29. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE
(80RF-1)........................................................6-6
6-30.
Introduction............................................................................................6-6
6-32.
Specifications.............................................................................................6-6
6-33. Operating
Notes........................................................................................6-6
6-36.
Operation.................................................................................................6-6
6-38. Theory of
Operation...............................................................................6-7
6-41. 
6 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES, continued
6-50. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE
(81RF)............................................................6-9
6-51.
Introduction............................................................................................6-9
6*53.
Specifications............................................................................................6-9
6-54.
Operation.................................................................................................6*9
6-56. BATTERY PACK, OPTION
—01.................................................................6-9
6-57.
Introduction...........................................................................................6-9
6-59.
Specifications............................................................................................6-9
6*61.
Operation.................................................................................................6-9
6-63. Theory of
Operation..............................................................................6-9
6-66.
Maintenance............................................................................................6-10
6-71. DIGITAL PRINTER OUTPUT UNIT, OPTION
—02......................................6-10
6-72.
Introduction........................................................................................6-10
6-74.
Specifications...........................................................................................6-10
6-76.
Operation................................................................................................6-10
6-87. Theory of
Operation..............................................................................6-13
6-91. 10A CURRENT RANGE, OPTION
—05........................................................6-13
6-92.
Introduction............................................................................................6-13
6-94.
Specifications.........................................
..........................................6-13
6-96.
Operation................................................................................................6-13
6-98. Theory of
Operation..............................................................................6-13
6*100. LOW OHMS OPTION
(-06)..........................................................................6-15
6-101.
Introduction............................................................................................6-15
6-103,
Specifications............................................................................................6-15
6-105.
Operation................................................................................................6-15
7 GENERAL
INFORMATION............................................................................................7-1
8 SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS............................................................................................8-1Maintenance.............................................................................................6-7
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