Equipment information:

Fluke 8024B Digital multimeter
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 8024B
Date: 1981
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
Description: pocket-size digital multimeter
Information:
                                    Your John Fluke Model 8024B is a pocket-size 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 Mil.
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 rras. 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
OPERATOR CONVENIENCE:
3 I/2-digit liquid crystal display: A high contrast display
that can be easily read from across the room. No more
worries about bent needles, parallax, etc.
Long term calibration stability: 2 years. Easy calibration -
few adjustments.
Lightweight: .482 kg (17 ounces).
Safety Designed Test Leads: Finger guards on the probe and
shrouded contacts on connectors reduce the chance of
accidental contact with circuit voltages.
POWER:
Up to 100 hours of continuous operation can be expected from
a single, inexpensive, 9-volt, alkaline battery (transistor
radio/'calculator type).
Low battery voltage is automatically detected and displayed.
The low battery indication, BT. appears in the display when
about 10 hours of operation remain.
Line operation is possible using a Model A81 Battery Eliminator.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 8024B -- Service and User Manual
File name: Fluke-7617-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 114
Size: 7.06 Mbytes (7400695 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: 2
Manual-ID/Number: 616052
Date: December 1988
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS 1-1
l-l. INTRODUCTION
.......................................................l-l
1-3. SPECIFICATIONS
.....................................................I-I
2 OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS............................................2-1
2-1. INTRODUCTION
.......................................................2-1
2-3. PREPARING FOR OPERATION ...............................2-I
2-4.
Unpacking...............................................................2-1
2-7. Battery or Fuse
Installation/Replacement...................2-1
2-9. PHYSICAL
FEATURES..............................................2-3
2-11. OPERATING
NOTES..................................................2-6
2-13. Input Overload
Protection.........................................2-6
2-15. Input Connection to
COMMON................................2-6
2-17. Fuse
Check...............................................................2-7
2-I9. Fuse
Replacement.....................................................2-7
2-21. The
Display...............................................................2-8
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 (Ω)
Operation...........................................2-9
2-34. Continuity
Testing.....................................................2-13
2-36. Diode
Testing............................................................2-I3
2-38. Conductance (S)
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
2-64. Resistance
Measurements........................................ 2-27
2-67.
APPLICATIONS......................................................
2-29
2-69.
THERMOCOUPLES.................................................
2-29
2-70.
Introduction.............................................................
2-29
2-73. Monitoring More Than One Thermocouple............... 2-31
2-75. Leakage
Tester..........................................................
2-31
3 THEORY OF
OPERATION................................................. 4-1
3-I. INTRODUCTION
..................................................... 3-I
3-3. OVERALL FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION.............. 3-I
3-5. A/D
Converter........................................................
3-1
3-I4. Voltage Measurement
Function................................ 3-6
3-16. Current Measurement
Function.............................. 3-6
3-I8. Temperature (°C) Measurement Function................. 3-6
3-20. Resistance Measurement
Function........................... 3-6
3-23. Conductance Measurement
Function........................ 3-11
3-25. Peak Hold Circuit
Level.......................................... 3-11
3-27. Level Detector
Circuit............................................. 3-11
4
MAINTENANCE..................................................................
3-1
4-I.
INTRODUCTION......................................................
4-I
4-3. SERVICE INFORMATION
....................................... 4-I
4-7. GENERAL
INFORMATION..................................... 4-3
4-8. Access
Information...................................................
4-3
4-17.
Cleaning..................................................................
4-5
4-19. Battery/Backup Fuse
Replacement........................... 4-6
4-21. PERFORMANCE
TEST............................................ 4-6
4-23. Initial
Procedure......................................................
4-6
4-25. Display
Test.............................................................
4-7
4-27. Voltage
Test.............................................................
4-8
4-29. Current
Test.............................................................
4-8
4-3I. Resistance/Conductance
Test................................... 4-8
4-33. Peak Hold
Test........................................................
4-11
4-35. Continuity
Test........................................................
4-11
4-37. Level Detector
Test................................................... 4-12
4-39. BT
Test....................................................................
4-12
4-4I. Temperature
Test..................................................... 4-14
4-43. CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENTS ............................. 4-I4
4-46. TROUBLESHOOTING
.............................................. 4-15
5 LIST OF REPLACEABLE
PARTS....................................... 5-1
5-I. INTRODUCTION
..................................................... 5-I
5-4. HOW TO OBTAIN
PARTS....................................... 5-2
6 ACCESSORIES
INFORMATION........................................6-1
6-!. INTRODUCTION
......................................................6-1
6-3. DELUXE CARRYING CASE (C90)............................6-1
6-5. RUGGED CARRYING CASE (Y8105).......................6-I
6-7. TYPE K SHEATHED THERMOCOUPLE (Y8I02) ... 6-I
6-8.
Introduction.............................................................6-1
6-10.
Specifications............................................................6-4
6-11. TYPE K. BEAD THERMOCOUPLE (Y8I03)...............6-4
6-12.
Introduction............................................................6-4
6-14.
Specifications...........................................................6-4
6-15. THERMOCOUPLE TERMINATION (Y8104).............6-4
6-17. TEMPERATURE PROBES (80T-I50C and 80T-I50F) . 6-5
6-18.
Introduction.............................................................6-5
6-20.
Specifications............................................................6-5
6-21. HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE
(80K.-6)...............................6-5
6-22.
Introduction.............................................................6-5
6-24.
Specifications............................................................6-5
6-25. HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE
(80K-40).............................6-5
6-26.
Introduction..........................................................6-5
6-28.
Specifications.........................................................6-6
6-29. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE (83RF)..........................6-6
6-30.
Introduction.............................................................6-6
6-32.
Specifications...........................................................6-6
6-33. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE (85RF).........................6-6
6-34.
Introduction............................................................6-6
6-36.
Specifications..........................................................6*7
6-37. CURRENT TRANSFORMER (801-600).....................6-7
6-38.
Introduction............................................................6-7
6-40.
Specifications..........................................................6-7
6-41. CURRENT SHUNT
(80J-I0)......................................6-7
6-42.
Introduction............................................................6-7
6-44.
Specifications..........................................................6-7
6-45. BATTERY ELIMINATOR
(A8I)................................6-8
6-47. AC/DC CURRENT PROBE (Y8I00)...........................6-8
6-48.
Introduction............................................................6-8
6-50.
Specifications..........................................................6-8
6-51. AC CURRENT TRANSFORMER (Y8I01)...................6-9
6-52.
Introduction.............................................................6-9
6-54.
Specifications..........................................................6-9
6-55. SAFETY DESIGNED TEST LEAD SET (TI.M )........6-9
6-57. DELUXE TEST LEAD SET (Y8I34)..........................6-10
6-59. SLIM FLEX TEST LEAD SET (Y8140).......................6-10
7 SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS....................................................7-1
A MANUAL STATUS
INFORMATION.....................................A-1
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Fluke -- 8024B -- Service and User Manual
File name: Fluke-7725-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 59
Size: 2.97 Mbytes (3110462 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: 1
Manual-ID/Number: 616052
Date: May 1982
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS .. .......................1-1
1-3.
INTRODUCTION....................................................................!-!
1-3.
SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................1-1
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-i
2-9.
PHYSICAL FEATURES.............................................
......... 2-3
2-11.
OPERATING NOTES.................................................
......... 2-6
2-13.
Input Overload Protection.....................................
......... 2-6
2-15.
Input Connection to COMMON............................
......... 2-6
2-17.
Fuse
Check.............................................................
......... 2-7
2-19.
Fuse
Replacement....................................................
......... 2-7
2-21.
The
Display..................................................................
......... 2-8
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 (f2) Operation
.........................................
......... 2-9
2-34.
Continuity
Testing.....................................................
......... 2-13
2-36.
Diode
Testing.............................................................
......... 2-13
2-38.
Conductance (S) Operation....................................
......... 2-13
2-40.
Temperature (°C) Operation..................................
......... 2-13
2-43.
Level Detector Operation .
t.....................................
......... 2-16
2-45.
Peak Hold Operation
..............................................
......... 2-17
2-47.
INITIAL CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE.................
......... 2-19
2-49.
MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES..........................
......... 2-2!
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 2-27
2-67. APPLICATIONS .................... 2-29
2-69. THERMOCOUPLES
...............................................................
2-29
2-70. Introduction 2-29
2-73. Monitoring More Than One Thermocouple...... 2-3!
2-75. Leakage
Tester........................................................................
2-31
3 THEORY OF
OPERATION..............................................................
4-1
3-1. INTRODUCTION
..................................................................
3-I
3-3. OVERALL FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION... 3-J
3-5. A/D Converter 3-J
3-I4. Voltage Measurement Function................. 3-6
3-16. Current Measurement Function................ 3-6
3-I8. Temperature (°C) Measurement Function....... 3-6
3-20. Resistance Measurement Function.............. 3-6
3-23. Conductance Measurement
Function.............................
..................................... 3-25. Peak Hold
Circuit Level ................ 3-M
3-27. Level Detector
Circuit..........................................................
3-1E
4 MAINTENANCE...................
......................................................... 3-1
4-1.
INTRODUCTION................................................................
4-I
4-3. SERVICE INFORMATION .. 4-1
4-7. GENERAL INFORMATION.................. 4-3
4-8. Access Information - 4-3
4-17.
Cleaning...................................................................................
4-5
4-I9. Battery/Backup Fuse Replacement.............. 4-6
4-21. PERFORMANCE TEST 4-6
4-23. Initial
Procedure....................................................................
4-6
4-25. Display lest .............. 4-7
4-27. Voltage Test 4-8
4-29. Current Test ..................... 4-8
4-31. Resistance/Conductance 7'est.................. 4-8
4-33. Peak Hold Test ................. 4-11
4-35. Continuity Test 4-11
4-37. Level Detector Test 4-12
4-39. BT Test 4-12
4-41, Temperature
Test..................................................................
4-14
4-43. CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENTS ............ 4-14
4-46. TROUBLESHOOTING
.......................................................... 4-15
5 LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS 5-1
5-1. INTRODUCTION
..................................................................
5-i
5-4. HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS 5-2
6 ACCESSORIES INFORMATION
..............................................6-1
6-1. INTRODUCTION
....................................................................6-!
6-3. DELUXE CARRYING CASE (C90) . . ........ 6-!
6-5. RUGGED CARRYING CASE (Y8I05) ....
.......................6-I.
6-7. TYPE K SHEATHED THERMOCOUPLE (Y8102) ... 6-1
6-8.
Introduction..............................................................................6-!
6-I0.
Specifications....................................................................
.. 6-4
6-11 TYPE K BEAD THERMOCOUPLE (Y8103)....................6-4
6-12.
Introduction..............................................................................6-4
6-14.
Specifications............................................................................6-4
6-15. THERMOCOUPLE TERMINATION <Y8f04)..................6-4
6-17. TEMPERATURE PROBES (SOT-150C and 80T-150F) . 6-5
6-18.
introduction..............................................................................6-5
6-20.
Specifications........................................................................6-5
6-21. HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE (80K-6) ...
.................................6-5
6-22.
Introduction.............................................................................6-5
6-24.
Specifications...............................................,...........................6-5
6-25. HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE
(80K-40).....................................6-5
6-26.
Introduction.............................................................................6-5
6-28.
Specifications............................................................................6-6
6-29. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE (83RE)
.................................6-6
6-30.
Introduction............................................................................6-6
6-32.
Specifications...........................................................................6-6
6-33. HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE
(85RF)................................6-6
6-34.
Introduction.............................................................................6-6
6-36.
Specifications-·.......................................................................6^-7
6-37. CURRENT TRANSFORMER
(801-600)............................6-7
6-38.
Introduction............................................................................6-7
6-40. Specifications
...........................................................................6-7
6-4L CURRENT SHUNT
(80J-10).................................................6-7
6-42.
Introduction......................................-....................................6-7
6-44.
Specifications..........................................................................6-7
6-45. BATTERY ELIMINATOR
(A8I).........................................6-8
6-47. AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
(Y8100)..................................6-8
6-48.
Introduction.............................................................................6-8
6-50.
Specifications...........................................................................6-8
6-51. AC CURRENT TRANSFORMER (Y8101).......................6-9
6-52.
Introduction............................................................................6-9
6-54.
Specifications...........................................................................6-9
6-55. SAFETY DESIGNED TEST LEAD SET (Y8I32)...........6-9
6-57. DELUXE TEST LEAD SET
(Y8134)..................................6-10
6-59. SLIM FL.EX TEST LEAD SET
{Y8140)..............................6-10
7 SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS..................................................................7-1
A MANUAL CHANGE AND BACKDATING INFORMATION.....A-1
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