Equipment information:

Fluke 8840A Digital multimeter
Model: 8840A
Date: 1991
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
Description: 5-1/2 digit Multimeter
                                    The Fluke 8840A Digital Multimeter is a high- performance
5-1/2 digit instrument designed for general- purpose bench
or systems applications. Features of the 8840A include:
Highly legible vacuum fluorescent display Intuitively easy
front panel operation Basic dc accuracy of 0.005% for 1 year
2-wire and 4-würe resistance measurement DC current
measurement Up to 100 readings per second Closed-case
calibration (no internal adjustments) Built-in self-tests
A number of options and accessories are available for the
8840A which can be easily installed at any time. The options
• IEEE-488 Interface (Option -05), featuring:
Full programmability
Simple and predictable command set
• Fast measurement throughput External Trigger input connector
* Sample Complete output connector Automated calibration
Low cost
• True RMS AC (Option -09), featuring:
• AC voltage measurement
* AC current measurement
Accessories include a variety of rack mounting kits, probes,
test leads, and cables. Full information about options and
accessories can be found in Section 8.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 8840A -- Service and User Manual
File name: Fluke-7622-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 180
Size: 25.17 Mbytes (26388071 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: 3
Manual-ID/Number: 879304
Date: May 1997
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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This manual provides complete operating instructions and
service information for the 8840A. If you warn to get
started using your 8840A right away, proceed to the
operating instructions in Section 2. If you intend to use
the 8840A with the IEEE-488 Interface (Option -05), read
Sections 2 and 3.
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