Fluke 43 Analyzer
Manufacturer:
Model:
43
Date:
2000
Category:
Group:
Description:
Power Quality Analyzer

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The Fluke 43 Power Quality Analyzer performs the measurements you need to maintain power systems, troubleshoot power problems and diagnose equipment failures. All in a rugged handheld package. • Combines the most useful capabilities of a power quality Analyzer, multimeter and scope • Measure power harmonics, and catch intermittents • Monitoring functions help track intermittent problems and power system performance • Menus use familiar electrical terminology • Complete package with voltage and current probes, PC Software and cable • Applications manual, power quality video and users manual explain measurements step-by-step • Voltage and current waveforms • True-rms voltage and current • Frequency • Watts, power factor, displacement power factor, VA and VAR • Voltage and current waveforms • Voltage, current, and power harmonics • Up to 51st harmonic • Total harmonic distortion (THD) • Phase angle of individual harmonics • Continuously measure volts and amps on a cycle-by-cycle basis for up to 24 hours • Use cursors to read time and date of sags and swells • Catch voltage transients and waveform distortion • Catch and save up to 40 transients • Correlate the cause of transient with time and date stamps

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Service Manual
Manual type:
Service Manual
Pages:
169
Size:
3.66 Mbytes (3835821 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
3
Manual ID:
4822 872 05377
Date:
01 July 2000
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
10 January 2018
MD5:
285e5b235759e8dbb1ae15354dd57615
Downloads:
286

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Safety Instructions ... 1-1 1.1 Introduction ... 1.2 Safety Precautions ... 1.3 Caution and Warning Statements ... 1.4 Symbols ... 1.5 Impaired Safety ... 1.6 General Safety Information ... Characteristics ... 2.1 Introduction ... 2.2 Safety Specifications ... 2.3 Function Specifications ... 2.3.1 Electrical functions ... 2.3.2 Scope ... 2.3.3 Meter ... 2.3.4 Record ... 2.4 Miscellaneous ... 2.5 Current Probe ... 2.6 Environmental Conditions ... 2.7 Electromagnetic Immunity ... Circuit Descriptions ... 3.1 Introduction ... 3.2 Block Diagram ... 3.2.1 Input 1 - Input 2 Measurement Circuits ... 3.2.2 Trigger Circuit ... 3.2.3 Digital Circuit ... 3.2.4 Power Circuit ... 3.2.5 Start-up Sequence, Operating Modes ... 3.3 Detailed Circuit Descriptions ... 3.3.1 Power Circuit ... 3.3.2 Input 1 - Input 2 Measurement Circuits ... 3.3.3 Trigger Circuit ... Performance Verification ... 4.1 Introduction ... 4.2 Equipment Required For Verification ... 4.3 How To Verify ... 4.4 Display and Backlight Test ... 4.5 Input 1 and Input 2 Tests in the SCOPE MODE. ... 4.5.1 Input 1 Trigger Sensitivity Test ... 4.5.2 Input 1 Frequency Response Upper Transition Point Test ... 4.5.3 Input 1 Frequency Measurement Accuracy Test ... 4.5.4 Input 2 Frequency Measurement Accuracy Test ... 4.5.5 Input 2 Trigger Level and Trigger Slope Test ... 4.5.6 Input 2 Trigger sensitivity Test ... 4.5.7 Input 1 Trigger Level and Trigger Slope Test ... 4.5.8 Input 1 and 2 DC Voltage Accuracy Test ... 4.5.9 Input 1 and 2 AC Voltage Accuracy Test ... 4.5.10 Input 1 and 2 AC Input Coupling Test ... 4.5.11 Input 1 and 2 Volts Peak Measurements Test ... 4.5.12 Input 1 and 2 Phase Measurements Test ... 4.5.13 Input 1 and 2 High Voltage AC & DC Accuracy Test ... 4.6 Ohms/Continuity/Capacitance. ... 4.6.1 Resistance Measurements Test. ... 4.6.2 Diode Test Function Test ... 4.6.3 Continuity Function Test ... 4.6.4 Capacitance Measurements Test ... 4.7 Inrush Current. ... 4.8 Sags & Swells ... 4.9 Harmonics. ... 4.10 VOLT/AMPS/HERTZ ... 4.11 POWER. ... 4.12 Transients ... Calibration Adjustment ... 5-1 5.1 General ... 5.1.1 Introduction ... 5.1.2 Calibration number and date ... 5.1.3 General Instructions ... 5.2 Equipment Required For Calibration ... 5.3 Starting Calibration Adjustment ... 5.4 Contrast Calibration Adjustment ... 5.5 Warming Up & Pre-Calibration ... 5.6 Final Calibration ... 5.6.1 HF Gain Input 1. ... 5.6.2 Delta T Gain, Trigger Delay Time & Pulse Adjust Input 1 ... 5.6.3 Gain DMM (Gain Volt) ... 5.6.4 Volt Zero ... 5.6.5 Gain Ohm ... 5.6.6 Capacitance Gain Low and High ... 5.6.7 Capacitance Clamp & Zero ... 5.6.8 Capacitance Gain ... 5.7 Save Calibration Data and Exit ... Disassembling ... 6 6.1. Introduction ... 6.2. Disassembling Procedures ... 6.1.1 Required Tools ... 6.2.2 Removing the Battery Pack ... 6.2.3 Removing the Bail ... 6.2.4 Opening the Test Tool ... 6.2.5 Removing the Main PCA Unit ... 6.2.6 Removing the Display Assembly ... 6.2.7 Removing the Keypad and Keypad Foil ... 6.3 Disassembling the Main PCA Unit ... 6.4 Reassembling the Main PCA Unit ... 6.5 Reassembling the Test Tool ... Corrective Maintenance ... 7-1 7.1 Introduction ... 7.2 Starting Fault Finding ... 7.3 Charger Circuit ... 7.4 Starting with a Dead Test Tool ... 7.4.1 Test Tool Completely Dead ... 7.4.2 Test Tool Software Does not Run ... 7.4.3 Software Runs, Test Tool not Operative ... 7.5 Miscellaneous Functions ... 7.5.1 Display and Back Light ... 7.5.2 Fly Back Converter ... 7.5.3 Slow ADC ... 7.5.4 Keyboard ... 7.5.5 Optical Port (Serial RS232 Interface) ... 7.5.6 Input Channel 1 and 2 Voltage Measurements ... 7.5.7 Ohms and Capacitance Measurements ... 7.5.8 Trigger Functions ... 7.5.9 Reference Voltages ... 7.5.10 Buzzer Circuit ... 7.5.11 Reset ROM Line (ROMRST) ... 7.5.12 RAM Test ... 7.5.13 Power ON/OFF ... 7.5.14 PWM Circuit ... 7.5.15 Randomize Circuit ... List of Replaceable Parts ... 8-1 8.1 Introduction ... 8.2 How to Obtain Parts ... 8.3 Final Assembly Parts ... 8.4 Main PCA Unit Parts ... 8.5 Main PCA Parts ... 8.6 Accessory Replacement Parts ... Circuit Diagrams ... 9.1 Introduction ... 9.2 Schematic Diagrams ... Modifications ... 10.1 Software modifications ... 10.2 Hardware modifications ...

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