Equipment information:

Fluke 8024A Digital multimeter
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 8024A
Date: 1980
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
Description: pocket-size digital multimeter
Information:
                                    Your John Fluke Model 8024A is a pocket-sized digital
multimeter that is ideally suited for application in the
field, laboratory, shop, or home. Some of the features of
your instrument are:
FUNCTIONS: All standard VOM measurement functions — ac/dc
voltage, ac/dc current, resistance — plus:
Conductance: A new multimeter function that allows fast,
accurate, noise-free resistance measurements up to 10,000 ΜΩ.
Temperature: Used with a K-type thermocouple, this function
provides direct display in degrees Celsius for K-type
thermocouples.
Peak-Hold: Provides short-term memory for capturing the peak
value of transient ac or dc signals such as motor starting
current.
Continuity: Provides an immediate visual and audible
indication when continuity is detected (use for passive
circuit testing).
Level Detector: Senses logic levels and other active signals
less than 250V dc or ac rms. Visual and audible indications
of the results are provided.
RANGE for each function has:
Full autopolarity
Overrange indication
Effective protection from overloads.
Dual slope integration measurement technique to ensure
noise-free measurements.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 8024A -- Service and User Manual
File name: Fluke-7616-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 117
Size: 6.25 Mbytes (6556432 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number:
Date: August 1980
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Information:
1 INTRODUCTION AND
SPECIFICATIONS..................................................1-1
l-l. INTRODUCTION l-l
1-3.
SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................................I-2
2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.......
..........................................................2-1
2-1.
INTRODUCTION........................................................................2-1
2-3. PREPARING FOR OPERATION.....................2-1
2-4. Unpacking 2-1
2-7. Battery or Fuse 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 Connection to COMMON.......................2-7
2-17. Fuse
Check.............................................................................2-7
2-19. Fuse Replacement 2-7
2-21. The Display «...2-7
2-26.
OPERATION...............................................................................2-9
2-28. AC/ DC Volts (V) Operation 2-9
2-30. AC/ DC Current (mA) Operation.......................2-9
2-32. Resistance (kfl) Operation 2-9
2-34. Continuity Testing 2-9
2-36. Diode Testing 2-13
2-38. Conductance (nS) Operation 2-13
2-40. Temperature (°C) Operation 2-13
2-43. Level Detector Operation 2-16
2-45. Peak Hold Operation 2-17
2-47. INITIAL CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE...............2-19
2-49. MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES...................2-21
2-51. Temperature Conversion 2-21
2-53. Conductance-to-Resistance Conversion................2-24
2-55. AC Measurements ...........................2-24
2-57. AC/ DC/ Voltage Measurements....................2-24
2-60. AC/DC Current Measurements............*.......2-24
2-64. Resistance Measurements 2-29
2-67. APPLICATIONS ...........................2-29
2-69. Thermocouples ...............2-30
2-75. Leakage
Tester...........................................................................2-30
3 THEORY OF
OPERATION.............................................................................3-1
3-1.
INTRODUCTION..........................................................................3-1
3-3. OVERALL FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION..............3-1
3-5. A/D
Converter.............................>.........................................3-1
3-14. Voltage Measurement Function ........................3-6
3-16. Current Measurement Function........................3-6
3-18. Temperature (°Q Measurement Function................3-6
3-20. Resistance Measurement Function.....................3-6
3-23.
Conductance Measurement Function...........................
.........3-11
3t25.
Peak Hold Circuit
Level...............................................
.........3-11
3-27.
Level Detector
Circuit...................................................
.........3-11
MAINTENANCE..............................................................
........
........4-1
4-1.
INTRODUCTION..............................................................
...........4-1
4-3.
SERVICE INFORMATION.............................................
...........4-1
4-7.
GENERAL INFORMATION............................................
..........4-3
4-8.
Access
Information.......................................................
...........4-3
4-13.
Display
Access..............................................................
...........4-4
4-17.
Cleaning......................................................................
...........4-5
4-19.
Battery/Backup Fuse Replacement...............................
4-21.
PERFORMANCE
TEST...................................................
...........4-6
4-23.
Initial
Procedure..............................................i.......
...........4-6
4-25.
Display
Test...............................................................
4-27.
Voltage
Test...................................i............................
4-29.
Current Test......
V..................................................
...........4-8
4-31.
Resistance/Conductance Test
......................................
...........4-8
4-33.
Peak Hold
Test...........................................................
...........4-9
4-35.
Continuity
Test......................;....................................
.........4-11
4-37.
Level Detector
Test....................................................
.........4-11
4-39.
BT
Test......................................................................
4-41.
Temperature
Test.........................................................
.........4-13
4-43.
CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENTS.................................
.........4-14
4-46.
TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................
.........4-15
LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS
.............................................
......5-1
5-1.
INTRODUCTION..............................................................
...........5-1
5-4.
HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS
.............................................
...........5-2
ACCESSORIES INFORMATION........
.................................
.........6-1
6-1.
INTRODUCTION...............................................................
--------6-1
6-3.
DELUXE CARRYING CASE (C90).................................
...........6-I
6-5.
RUGGED CARRYING CASE (Y8105)...............................
...........6-1
6-7.
TYPE K SHEATHED THERMOCOUPLE (Y8102)...........
...........6-1
6-8.
Introduction.....................................................................
...........6-1
6-10.
Specifications
...................................................................
.......6-4
6-11.
TYPE K BEAD THERMOCOUPLE (Y8103)....................
...........6-4
6-12.
Introduction....................................................................
6-14.
Specifications...................................................................
6-15.
THERMOCOUPLE TERMINATION (Y8I04).................
...........6-5
6-16.
6-18.
6-19.
TEMPERATURE PROBES (80T-I50C and 80T-150F)
_______6-5
6-20.
Introduction................................................................
6-22.
Specifications...................................................................
_______6-5
6-23.
HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE (80K-40)..................................
...........6-6
6-24.
Introduction...................................................................,
6-26.
Specifications.................................................................
...........6-6
6-27.
HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE (81RF).................................
_______6-6
6-28.
Introduction.....................................................................
_______6-6
6-30.
Specifications
...................................................................
.......6-6
6-31.
HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE (82RF).................................
...........6-7
6-32.
Introduction..............................................
..................
.......6-7
6-35.
Specifications
...................................................................
...........6-7
6-36.
CURRENT TRANSFORMER (801-600).............................
_______6-7
6-37.
Introduction.....................................................................
...........6-7
6-39.
Specifications...................................................................
...........6-8
6-40.
CURRENT SHUNT
(80J-10)...............................................
...........6-8
6-41.
Introduction................................................................................6-8
6-43.
Specifications..............................................................................6-8
6-44. BATTERY ELIMINATOR
(A81)...................................................6-8
6-46. AC/DC CURRENT PROBE (Y8100)
..........................................6-9
6-47.
Introduction..............................................................................6-9
6-49.
Specifications..............................................................................6-9
6-50. AC CURRENT TRANSFORMER
(Y810I)...................................6-9
6-51.
Introduction...............................................................................6-9
6-53.
Specifications............................................................................6-10
6-59. SAFETY DESIGNED TEST LEAD SET
(Y8I32)......................6-10
6-56. DELUXE TEST LEAD SET
(Y8134)............................................6-10
6-57.
Introduction..............................................................................6-10
6-59. SLIM FLEX TEST LEAD SET
(Y8I40)................................... .6-10
6-60.
Introduction..............................................................................6-10
7 SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS....................................................................7-1
APPENDIX
A......................................................................................A-1
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