Fluke 8060A Digital multimeter
Manufacturer:
Model:
8060A
Date:
1982
Category:
Group:
Description:
True RMS Voltmeter

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Your Fluke Model 8060A is a handheld, microcomputer-based 41⁄2 digit multimeter that is ideally suited for use in the field, laboratory, shop, or home. The 8060A has all the features that have become accepted standards for quality handheld multimeters, as well as some new features that have not been offered before in a handheld multimeter. New features include the following: • True rms measurements for ac signals up to 100 kHz. • Frequency measurements up to 200 kHz. • Voltage measurements in dBm referenced to 600Ω or in dB relative to an operator-selected reference voltage. • Resistance measurements up to 300 MΩ. • Ability to store any input signal as an offset or relative reference value. Other features include: • Functions: All standard DMM measurement functions, such as ac and dc volts and ac and dc current, as well as resistance, conductance, continuity, and diode test. • Ranges: Leading zero suppression. Automatic polarity. Overrange indication. Protection from overloads and transients up to 1500V peak. Dual-slope integration a/d conversion to ensure noise-free measurements. Autoranging MΩ resistance range (to 300 MΩ), as well as four fixed resistance ranges from 200Ω to 200 kΩ. • Operator Convenience: 41⁄2 digit Liquid Crystal Display. Software-controlled self-test routines for quick verification of internal circuitry and operation. • Power: 170 hours of continuous operation can be expected from a 9V alkaline battery (NEDA 1604). Low battery voltage is automatically detected and displayed. The low battery indication, BT, appears on the display when about 20% of the battery life remains. A full line of Accessories is available to enhance the capabilities of the 8060A.

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Service and User Manual
Manual type:
Service and User Manual
Pages:
108
Size:
3.03 Mbytes (3172428 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
6
Manual ID:
632661
Date:
01 September 1996
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Scanned document, all readable.
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1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS ... 1-1 M. INTRODUCTION ... 1-1 1-2. SPECIFICATIONS ... 1-2 1-3. ITEMS FURNISHED WITH EQUIPMENT ... 1-2 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ... 2-1 2-1. INTRODUCTION ... 2-1 2-2. UNPACKING YOUR INSTRUMENT ... 2-1 2-3. BATTERY INSTALLATION OR REPLACEMENT .. 2-l 2-4. FUSE REPLACEMENT ... 2-3 2-5. PHYSICAL FEATURES ... 2-3 2-6. Front Panel ... 2-3 2-1. Display ... 2-6 2-8. SIGNAL INPUT LIMITS ... 2-6 2-9. OPERATION ... 2-7 2-10. Power*On Self Test ... 2-7 2-11. AC/DC Voltage (V) ... 2-8 2-16. AC/DC Current (A) ... 2-12 2-17, Resistance (ft) ... 2-14 2-20. Conductance (S) ... 2-16 2-21. Diode Test ... 2-18 2-22. Relative (REt) ... 2-19 2-23. Frequency (Hz.) ... 2-21 2-24. Decibel (dB) ... 2*23 2-25. dBV ... 2-24 2-26. Continuity (-*-*• >»t) ... 2-25 2-27. INITIAL CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE ... 2*25 3 APPLICATIONS ... 3-1 3-1. INTRODUCTION ... 3-1 3-2. DETERMINING Amplifier BANDWIDTH ... 3-1 3-3. USING THE 8060A AS A Q-METER ... 3-2 3-4. MEASURING Amplifier STAGE GAIN WITH RELATIVE dB ... 3-2 3-5. GENERAL AUDIO USES ... 3-4. 3-6. USING THE 8060A TO MEASURE EXTREMELY LOW CURRENTS ... 3-4 3-7. MAKING dBm MEASUREMENTS WITH OTHER REFERENCE IMPEDANCES ... 3-4 3-8. CHANGING AC dB REFERENCE IMPEDANCES WITH. A DC SOURCE ... 3-6 4 THEORY OF OPERATION ... 4-1 4-1. INTRODUCTION ... 4-1 4-2. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ... 4-1 4-3. Microcomputer ... ,.., ... 4-1 4-4. Measurement Acquisition Chip (MAC) ... 4-3 4-5, A/D Conversion Cycle ... 4-3 4-6. Voltage Measurement ... 4-5 4-7. Current Measurement ... 4-7 4-8. Resistance Measurement ... 4-7 4-9. Conductance Measurement ... 4-8 4-10. Continuity Measurement ... 4-8 4-11. Frequency Measurement ... 4-9 5 MAINTENANCE ... 5-1 5-1. INTRODUCTION ... 5-1 5-2. SERVICE INFORMATION ... 5-1 5-3. GENERAL INFORMATION ... 5-2 5-4. Handling Precautions for Using Static Sensitive Devices 5-2 5-5. Disassembly and Reassembly ... v.. 5-3 5-9. Backup Fuse Replacement ... 5-8 5-10. Cleaning ... 5-8 5-il. PERFORMANCE TESTS .., ... 5-9 5-12. Initial Procedure ... 5-9 5-13. Microcomputer and Display Test ... 5-9 5-14. Voltage Test ... 5-9 5-15. Resistance Test ... 5-9 5-16. Continuity Test ... 5-10 5-17. Conductance Test ... 5-12 5-18. Current Test ... 5-12 5-19. Diode Test ... 5-13 5-20. Frequency Test ... 5-13 5-21. CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENTS ... 5-14 5-22. TROUBLESHOOTING ... 5-15 5-23. Self-Tests ... 5-16 5-27. Troubleshooting Guide ... 5-17 6 LIST OF REPLACEABLE PAHTS ... 6-1 6-1. INTRODUCTION ... 6-1 6-2. HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS ... 6-i 6-3. MANUAL STATUS INFORMATION ... 6-2 6-4. TECHNICAL SERVICE CENTERS ... 6-2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

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Service and User Manual
Manual type:
Service and User Manual
Pages:
140
Size:
5.52 Mbytes (5786370 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
3
Manual ID:
PN 609146
Date:
01 November 2000
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
10 August 2017
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This manual pertains to instruments with serial number 6820XXX or higher. 1 Introduction and Specifications ... 1-1 1-1. Introduction ... 1-3 1-2. Items Furnished with Equipment ... 1-4 1-3. Specifications ... 1-4 2 Operating Instructions ... 2-1 2-1. Introduction ... 2-3 2-2. Unpacking Your Instrument ... 2-3 2-3. Battery Installation or Replacement ... 2-3 2-4. Fuse Replacement ... 2-5 2-5. Physical Features ... 2-6 2-6. Front Panel ... 2-6 2-7. Display ... 2-8 2-8. Signal Input Limits ... 2-9 2-9. Operation ... 2-10 2-10. Power-On Self-Test ... 2-10 2-11. AC/DC Voltage (V) ... 2-11 2-12. True rms Measurement ... 2-12 2-13. AC-Coupled AC Measurements ... 2-12 2-14. Waveform Comparison and Conversion ... 2-13 2-15. High Impedance DC Voltage ... 2-14 2-16. AC/DC Current (A) ... 2-16 2-17. Resistance (Ω) ... 2-18 2-18. Autoranging Megohms ... 2-20 2-19. Autoranging Kilohms ... 2-21 2-20. Conductance (S) ... 2-22 2-21. Diode Test ( ) ... 2-25 2-22. Relative (REL) ... 2-27 2-23. Frequency (Hz) ... 2-29 2-24. Decibel (dB) ... 2-32 2-25. dBV ... 2-33 2-26. Continuity ( ) ... 2-34 2-27. Initial Check-Out Procedure ... 2-36 3 4 Applications ... 3-1 3-1. Introduction ... 3-3 3-2. Determining Amplifier Bandwidth ... 3-3 3-3. Using the 8060A as a Q-Meter ... 3-4 3-4. Measuring Amplifier Stage Gain with Relative dB ... 3-5 3-5. General Audio Uses ... 3-6 3-6. Using the 8060A to Measure Extremely Low Currents ... 3-7 3-7. Making dBm or dBW Measurements with Other Reference Impedances ... 3-7 3-8. Changing AC dB Reference Impedances with a DC Source ... 3-9 Theory of Operation ... 4-1 4-1. Introduction ... 4-3 4-2. Functional Description ... 4-3 4-3. Microcomputer ... 4-4 4-4. Measurement Acquisition Chip (MAC) ... 4-5 4-5. A/D Conversion Cycle ... 4-6 4-6. Voltage Measurement ... 4-8 4-7. Current Measurement ... 4-10 4-8. Resistance Measurement ... 4-10 4-9. Conductance Measurement ... 4-11 4-10. Continuity Measurement ... 4-12 4-11. Frequency Measurement ... 4-13 5 Maintenance ... 5-1 5-1. Introduction ... 5-3 5-2. Service Information ... 5-3 5-3. General Information ... 5-4 5-4. Handling Precautions for Using Static Sensitive Devices ... 5-5 5-5. Disassembly and Reassembly ... 5-5 5-6. Calibration and Backup Fuse Access ... 5-6 5-7. Main PCB Access ... 5-8 5-8. LCD and Microcomputer PCB Disassembly and Assembly ... 5-9 5-9. Backup Fuse Replacement ... 5-12 5-10. Cleaning ... 5-12 5-11. Performance Tests ... 5-13 5-12. Initial Procedure ... 5-13 5-13. Microcomputer and Display Test ... 5-13 5-14. Voltage Test ... 5-13 5-15. Resistance Test ... 5-15 5-16. Continuity Test ... 5-16 5-17. Conductance Test ... 5-16 5-18. Current Test ... 5-17 5-19. Diode Test ... 5-18 5-20. Frequency Test ... 5-18 5-21. Calibration Adjustment ... 5-19 5-22. Troubleshooting ... 5-21 5-23. 5-24. 5-25. 5-26. Self-Tests ... Ratio Self-Test ... Switch Decoding Self-Test ... Troubleshooting Guide ... 5-21 5-21 5-22 5-23 List of Replaceable Parts ... 6-1 6-1. Introduction ... 6-3 6-2. How to Obtain Parts ... 6-3 6-3. Manual Status Information ... 6-4 6-4. Newer Instruments ... 6-4 6-5. Service Centers ... 6-4 Schematic Diagrams ... 7-1

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