|Megger BM7-250 Analog multimeter|
This instrument is designed to be suitable for use by electrical installation contractors and as such is a robust meter having a stabilized power supply, thus requiring no zero adjustment, etc. after initial calibration by the Manufacturer. However, it is inevitable that normal wear and tear will eventually cause the performance of the instrument to deteriorate. BM7 Battery MEGGER testers use an electronically generated test voltage, which is energised only while TEST button is pressed. One hand operation. Automatic discharge of circuit capacitance. On-load battery check. Taut-band, moving coil movement.
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|Megger -- BM7-250 -- Service Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service Manual|
|Size:||1.87 Mbytes (1959748 Bytes)|
|Quality:||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date:||22 April 2014|
|Downloads:||214 since 22 April 2014|
- London Instrument Repair Centre 1. Introduction 2. Repair requirements 3. Fault location 4. Fault diagnosis and repair 5. Preliminary re-assembly 6. Re-calibration 7. Final re-assembly 8. Circuits and Components This manual covers both BM7 models. Their comparative specifications are given for identification purposes. This manual has been produced as an aid to the trained Technician who undertakes the servicing of these instruments. The design of the instrument is such that a minimum of equipment is required and components are easily accessible. If the customer has not advised that the repair may be undertaken irrespective of your charges, we strongly recommend that the instrument should be examined and an estimate submitted before any work is undertaken. This procedure, and the acceptance of the estimate, will provide a safeguard against disputes arising over a charge for the work after the necessary repairs have been completed.
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