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Fluke 8022A Digital multimeter
Manufacturer
Fluke
Model 8022A
Date 1979
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Digital multimeter
Description pocket-sized digital multimeter
Information
                                    Your John Fluke Model 8022A is a pocket-sized digital
multimeter that is ideally suited for application in the
field, lab, shop or home. Your8022A offers all standard VOM
measurement functions: AC and DC volts. Alternating and
Direct Current, and Resistance. Some of the features of your
instrument are:
• 3 I/2 digit liquid crystal display, a high contrast
display that can be read easily from across the room. No
more worries about bent needles, parallax, etc.
• Each range has:
• Full auto-polarity operation.
• Overrange indication.
• Effective protection for overloads and transients.
• Dual slope integration measurement technique to insure
fast, accurate, noise-free measurements.
• Long term calibration stability - I year. Easy calibration
- few adjustments.
9 Lightweight - 369 grams (13 ounces).
• Up to 200 hours of continuous operation can be expected
from a single, inexpensive, 9V, alkaline battery (transistor
radio/calculator type).
• Low battery voltage automatically detected and displayed.
• Line operation is possible using a Model A81 Battery
Eliminator (see Section 6, Accessories).
• Protected test leads - offer less chance of measured
signal exposure at the DMM input terminals than standard
banana test lead tips.
• A full line of accessories that extend the range and scope
of your instrument.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 8022A -- Service and User Manual
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Manual Type Service and User Manual
Pages 82
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Language english
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Manual-ID/Number 515767
Date April 1979
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1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS 1-1
l-l. INTRODUCTION ................. I-l
1-3. ACCESSORIES 1-2
1-5.
SPECIFICATIONS................................................................
1-2
2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
............................................ 2-1
2-I.
INTRODUCTION..................................................................2-I
2-3. PREPARING FOR OPERATION ..............2-1
2-5. Unpacking 2-1
2-7. Battery Installation/Replacement ...............2-1
2-9. PHYSICAL FEATURES 2-3
2-11. OPERATING NOTES 2-3
2-13. Input Overload Protection 2-3
2-15. Input Connections to COMMON ...............2-6
2-17. Fuse Replacement 2-6
2-19. The Display ..2-7
2-23. OPERATION 2-7
2-25. INITIAL CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE .........2-13
2-27. MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES .............2-14
2-29. AC Measurements 2-14
2-31. Voltage AC/DC .. 2-14
2-34. Current AC/DC .. 2-16
2-38. Resistance
............................................................................2-17
3 THEORY OF OPERATION
........................................................ .3-1
3-1.
INTRODUCTION..................................................................3-1
3-3. OVERALL FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
.................................. 3-8. BLOCK DIAGRAM
ANALYSIS ..............3-3
3-9. A/D Converter 3-3
3-18. Input Signal Conditioners 3-6
4 MAINTENANCE
...............................................................................4-1
4-1.
INTRODUCTION..................................................................4-1
4-3. SERVICE INFORMATION
................................................4-1
4-7. GENERAL INFORMATION
..............................................4-2
4-8. Access Information
............................................................4-2
4-17.
Cleaning................................................................................4-5
4-I9. Battery/Fuse Replacement
................................................4-5
4-21. PERFORMANCE
TEST......................................................4-5
4-23. Initial Procedure
...............................................................4-5
4-25. Display Test
........................................................................4-6
4-27. Resistance Test
....................................................................4-6
4-29. DC Voltage Test
................................................................4-7
4-31. AC Voltage
Test..................................................................4-7
4-33. DC Current Test
................................................................4-8
4-35. CALIBRATION
....................................................................4-9
4-38. TROUBLESHOOTING
........................................................4-10
5 LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS
................................................5-1
5-1.
INTRODUCTION.................................................................5-1
5-4. HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS
................................................5-2
6 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
..................................................6-1
6-1.
INTRODUCTION..................................................................6-1
6-3. DELUXE CARRYING CASE
............................................6-I
6-5. TEMPERATURE PROBE (80T-150)
................................6-1
6-6. Introduction
........................................................................6-1
6-8. Specifications
......................................................................6-I
6-9. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (80I-600)
.......................... 6-4
6-10. Introduction
........................................................................6-4
6-12. Specifications
......................................................................6-4
6-13. HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE (80K.-40)
..................................6-4
6-14. Introduction
........................................................................6-4
6-16. Specifications
......................................................................6-4
6-17. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE (81RF)
..............................6-4
6-18. Introduction
........................................................................6-4
6-20. Specifications
......................................................................6-5
6-21. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE (82RF)
..............................6-5
6-22. Introduction
........................................................................6-5
6-25. Specifications
......................................................................6-5
6-26. BATTERY ELIMINATOR (A8l)
......................................6-5
6-28. CURRENT SHUNT (80J-I0)
.............................................6-6
6-29. Introduction
........................................................................6-6
6-31. Specifications
......................................................................6-6
7 SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS.................................................... 7-1
APPENDIX
A....................................................................................A-1
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