|Fluke PM6306 LCR Meter|
|Description||Programmable Automatic RCL Meter|
The PM6306 Programmable Automatic RCL Meter is used for precise measurements of resistance, capacitance, and inductance. Its basic accuracy is 0.1 %. The instrument provides an autofunction and autoranging feature. It allows fast and high precision measurements and diagnostic of passive components over a wide range. The component to be measured is connected to the instrument via front panel test posts, the PM 9541A four-wire test cable, or the PM 9542A four-terminal test adapter. The Adapter PM 9542SMD or the PM 9540/TWE SMD Tweezers for surface-mounted components are also available. Measurements are performed using a four-wire system. The test frequency is selectable in the range from 50 Hz to 1 MHz. The test voltage is selectable from 50 mV to 2 V rms. The measurement result, the numerical value, dimension, and the equivalent circuit symbol, are all displayed on the large five-digit liquid-crystal display (LCD), which is updated at a rate of approximately two measurements per second. A microprocessor controls the measurement process, computes the measurement value, and transfers the result to the display. In the AUTO mode the dominant and the secondary parameter, either R, C, or L of the component under test is automatically selected for display. For example, for an inductance with a quality factor Q between 1 and 1000, the instrument indicates the measurement value of the series inductance and the series resistance and as the equivalent-circuit symbol, the series connection of an inductance and a resistance. In addition to AUTO mode, the following modes can be selected: ■ Series respectively parallel components - Impedance Z ■ Phase angle <I> ■ Quality factor Q, dissipation factor D ■ Component voltage Vx, component current lx
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Fluke -- PM6306 -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
|Size||7.55 Mbytes (7916820 Bytes)|
|Manual-ID/Number||4822 872 10141|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||17 November 2013|
|Downloads||1861 since 17 November 2013|
This USERS MANUAL contains information on all features of the PM6306 instrument. It starts with a shipment note and an initial inspection. The manual is organized into the following chapters: Chapter 1 Installation and Safety Instructions This chapter should be read before unpacking, installing, and operating the instrument. It describes grounding, power cables, and line voltage settings. Chapter 2 Main Features This chapter describes the main features of the instrument, its functions, operation modes, measurement possibilities and its options. Chapter 3 Getting Started This chapter starts with general procedures and precautions necessary for operation followed by a short functional test. It contains a description of the display, a summary of controls and connectors on the front and rear panels, and a description of Accessories and measurement setups. Chapter 4 How to Use the Instrument This chapter provides the user with detailed explanations of the measurement principle and the measurement of different components. Chapter 5 Function Reference This chapter contains a description of each function in alphabetical order. Each description includes an explanation of local and remote control functions.
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