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Philips PM2519 Digital multimeter
Manufacturer
Philips
Model PM2519
Date 1985
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Digital multimeter
Description Automatic Multimeter
Information
                                    The PM2519 automatic multimeter is a digital multifunction
measuring instrument with an internal microprocessor that
results in a simple but extremely powerful measuring tool.
The standard measuring functions of voltage, current and
resistance are provided with auto-ranging and true r.m.s.
a.c. measurements.
Additional measuring functions include:
- dB measurements with choice of 0 dB reference
- frequency measurements
- temperature measurements with a Pt 100 probe
- relative reference measurements against a selected or set zero
- continuity checks, and the measurement of the
forward/backward resistance of diodes.
Output values are indicated on a 41Λ - digit liquid-crystal
display (LCD) with decimal points and a wide variety of
function indications.
A built-in bargraph gives an analog indication of outputs,
enabling trends and orders of magnitude to be seen at a glance.
An audible signal is available for continuity and level
checks against a set relative reference value.
The PM2519 is normally operated from an a.c. mains supply,
but a /21-version is available for field operation that can
be powered from internal batteries for a approx. 30 hours,
these batteries are rechargeable in situ via the
instrument's mains supply.
A wide range of optional accessories are available,
including temperature, EHT, HF and data hold probes, shunts
and current transformers.
2.1. VERSIONS
PM2519/01 The PM2919/01 is the basic version of the
automatic multimeter. From this typenumber the following
versions are derived.
PM2519/21 A PM2519/01 with a built-in battery option. The
rechargable batteries of the PM2519/21 can be charged via
the instrument's mains supply.
PM2519/51 The PM2519/51 version has a system adaptor and an
IEC-625/IEEE-488 bus interface for digital output data and
remote control (except for the main function switch).

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Philips -- PM2519 -- Service Manual
File name Philips-517-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type Service Manual
Pages 126
Size 4.15 Mbytes (4350797 Bytes)
Language english
Revision
Manual-ID/Number 9499 475 02111
Date 09 March 1987
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Important:
This manual is based on instruments with a serial number DY 01 3611 and onwards.
In chapter 9, modifications to the PM2519, an overview is given of modifications in the earlier instruments.
Includes the Service Informations SME116 and SME 117 (9499 478 14711 and 9499 478 14811)
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Philips -- PM2519 -- User Manual
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Manual Type User Manual
Pages 18
Size 8.23 Mbytes (8634321 Bytes)
Language english
Revision
Manual-ID/Number 4822 872 30021
Date 25 March 1985
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1. SAFETY 1
2. GENERAL INFORMATION 2
2.1. Versions..........................................2
2.2. Features..........................................2
2.2.1. Relative reference measurements
................................2
2.2.2. Bargraph display..............................2
2.2.3. dB measurements............................3
2.2.4. Audible signals and
indicators........................................3
3. CHARACTERISTICS 4
3.1. Performance characteristics. ... 4
3.2. Safety characteristics.......................5
3.3. Initial characteristics.......................5
3.4. Environmental characteristics . . 5
3.5. Climatic conditions.........................5
3.6. Mechanical requirements................6
3.7. Mains supply conditions..................6
3.8. Battery supply conditions
(/21 version only)...........................6
3.9. Electromagenetic interference . . 6
3.10. Accessories.....................................6
4. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 7
4.1. Initial inspection ............................7
4.2. Safety instructions.........................7
4.2.1. Earthing..........................................7
4.2.2. Mains voltage setting and
fuses ...............................................7
4.3. Location and replacement
of fuses............................................7
4.4. Operating position of the instrument
.....................................7
5. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 8
5.1. General information................. 8
5.2. Switching on............................. 8
5.3. Display...................................... 8
5.4. Control features........................ 8
5.4.1. Relative reference
(ZERO SET)............................. 8
5.4.2. Preset......................................... 10
5.4.3. Ranging .................................... 11
5.5. Control functions...................... 11
5.5.1. V— measurements................... 11
5.5.2. mV rr. measurements .............. 11
5.5.3. V- K > PRESET measurements .......................... 11
5.5.4. V ~ rms measurements............ 12
5.5.5. A — measurements................... 12
5.5.6. A ~ rms measurements............ 12
5.5.7. Ω measurements...................... 12
5.5.8. -Wr Κ<10Ω
measurements .......................... 13
5.5.9. °C measurements...................... 13
5.5.10. Hz measurements...................... 13
5.5.11. dB measurements...................... 13
APPENDIX 1. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES 15
A1.1. HT Probe PM9246 ................... 15
A1.2. Shunt PM9244 and current
transformer PM9245 ................. 15
A1.3. HF probe PM9210 and
accessory set PM9212.............. 16
A1.4. DATA HOLD probe PM9267 .. 17
A1.5. Current gun............................... 17
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