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2002 RadioShack Corporation.All Rights Reserved.RadioShack and RadioShack.com are trademarks used byRadioShack Corporation.
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
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Logic Function
— you can use the meter to testHI and LO logic levels.
Multiple Displays
 — the supplied softwaredisplays the information you see on your meter’sdisplay onto your computer’s monitor, updating it4 times per second.
Automatic Data Logging
— the software workswith your meter and computer to select thecorrect sampling rate for your application, thencapture and store data. The software logs thetime for each reading, helping you keep track ofeach sample. You can also save logged data inyour hard drive for future reference.
Computer Interface with Supplied Software
 —you can connect the meter to your computer anduse the supplied software to log and graphmeasurements.
Auto-Ranging with Manual-Ranging Override
automatically selects a range when you measurevoltage, current, resistance, capacitance, andfrequency. You can also manually set the rangewhen measuring values you know are within acertain range.
 
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Your RadioShack 46-Range Digital Multimeter is aportable, compact, auto-ranging, digital multimeter.It is ideally suited for field, lab, shop, and homeapplications. The multimeter provides precisemeasurements and is built to provide the highestpossible reliability. The meter measures voltage upto 1000V DC and 750V AC, DC and AC current upto 10A, resistance up to 40M
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You can use your meter either with or without acomputer. Before connecting the meter to yourcomputer, be sure it is an IBM
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VGA or SVGA video adapterat least 32 MB RAMMicrosoft-compatible mouseYou cannot use the meter with Microsoft Windows3.1.Your multimeter requires one 9V battery (notsupplied).
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We have taken every precaution in designing thismeter to ensure that it is as safe as we can make it.But safe operation depends on you, the operator.We recommend that you follow these simple safetyrules:Never apply voltages to the meter that exceedthe limits given in the specifications. Never
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System Requirements ..... 2A Word About Safety ....... 2Special Panel Markings 4Specifications .................. 5A Quick Look atYour Meter ....................... 9Preparation .................... 11Installing a Battery ...... 11Connecting theTest Leads .................. 11Using the Stand .......... 12Using theRubber Boot ............... 12Using the Meter ............. 12Turning the MeterOn/Off/Testing theDisplay ........................ 12Before You Start ......... 13Holding aMeasurement ............. 15Using RelativeMeasurement ............. 15Automatic Power Off ... 16Using Monitor ............. 17Making Measurements .. 18Measuring DC Voltage 18DisplayingTemperature ............... 19Measuring AC Voltage 19Measuring DC/ACCurrent ....................... 20MeasuringResistance .................. 21MeasuringCapacitance ............... 23
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apply more than 1000V DC or 750V RMS ACbetween the input jacks and ground.Use extreme caution when working withvoltages above 100V. Always disconnectpower from the circuit you are measuringbefore you connect test leads to high-voltagepoints.Never connect the test leads to a voltagesource when you set the meter’s functionselector to
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.Always discharge any capacitors of the circuitunder test before you attach test leads.Always turn off power and disconnect the testleads from the circuit you are testing before youreplace the meter’s battery or fuse.Never operate the meter unless its back coverand battery cover are in place and fully closed.This equipment is rated for installation categoryII (maximum 3600VA).Because many AC/DC sets have a potentiallyhot chassis, be sure the top of your workbenchand the floor underneath it are made of non-conductive materials.This meter is fully calibrated and tested. Undernormal use, no further adjustment should benecessary except as noted in this Owner’s Manual.If the meter requires repair, do not try to adjust ityourself. Take it to your local RadioShack store.
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Checking Continuity ... 23Checking Diodes ........ 24Measuring Logic ......... 25MeasuringFrequency/ Duty Cycle/ Pulse Width ................ 25Measuring hFE ........... 27Using the MeterWith a Computer ............ 28Installing the Meter’sSoftware/Hardware ..... 28Configuring/Using theMeter and Software .... 29Care and Maintenance .. 30Cleaning ..................... 30Replacing the Fuses ... 30
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Use extreme caution inthe use of this device.improper use of thisdevice can result ininjury or death. Follow allsafeguards suggested inthis owner’s manual, inaddition to normal safetyprecautions, in dealingwith electrical circuits.Do not use this device ifyou are unfamiliar withelectrical circuits andtesting procedures.Never try to probe withboth test leads at thesame time or hold bothtest leads in one hand.
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