SAFETY INF(j);RMATI®N

This m",ltImet:er has been eesi!!JPJed (u!lOlgm;:ting ('0 lEC-1010 GBn~ernln9 eb~iGt~l1lniG meas!:f.rll"lQ ilJsHuFIlBl1ItS wIth an overvall@g,e categ:cry (@'A1Ji II ) E!nmr;Jeilllltimr:l:2,

FGII~W all ;safstyaAs Ql'1eratil'il9' il1struetitfi;lfi ta e'msure thaf the meter Fs usedsately a1'l~ ls k~t9t if'l ~),i1@d'l!Ip,eratl'r:rgGO(ilj!;llthlm. IFul1 csmplia!'ilGe with safe~ s~aRclar:ds, earn tie i!i1l:1ara.liI~d only W,UIi tes! l{tads !?tlll1plie<cjI. it irlecss'S;;!Jt;'y\ Uis¥ must be re~l~ed wIth 1iI~le fS!11!8 EiJ~Giftr@id irn Itl'li8 '1'lIlM'fua.

SAFElY $¥MIBO:LS

Jm)!l0rtial<lt sa1ety inflll~matren, ret~":!01Iire'''(iimeratl~9 mq!l:lbIaL

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Beub'le inS'hllati~1'iJ (PrQf~0!je[illcla~s 1'1 ~'"

Fuss must be rap_laead wi~h raiim,g sf:leGili0G.1 in ,tt.le marou;al.

MAINTEINIANOE

Balore epenil'lQ ~he a.as!,!. alwa,ys dJs!;:PI'lJ1~~l teS'~ leads trom all ensIQ ~ted i;::Jro,lUits.

For .continue prpte:a:tiolil agaihst 'ri!'ei,rel+l'l~e,e·fuse,Qnly/ with the spe€in~CI v,!S!ltar:re aiil,!'!,c'lJrFentra.til')gJs:

F' 2.oGmAl~;50~{tl.LJick AGting,

Never use the m~t;~rlill'ile:~s the ba~k BOVie~ is in,JrjlaG~ and f~sMsn:ed cempleteily.

DQ not USI£c! aibrarsves'Qrsolver:ils alii imB rne'tet:'f~ elean it usill9 a d_a:(1)p cloth and mild de1:e~§el'illenlr

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OURIt,;JCS USE

" Ne",er el(Q:eed tl'ie protection limit ViIII~:'ia~ spee.lffaati0l1'S fer eaGh Ill' ~. orrA8~ijl:ffii1li:~<i!

, When tns meter is Hnke 10 maasull'8n"ldl1~~j

tOI;lQh unusedJe:nnlhals.

~ NiB:-.Iet Uselhe meter to fl'leaaure ~Ol1_ilS·tllUit.~ eXi;:eed'$OOV above earth ground in CitIIagolY.'1'r. IH'$,laJlaHons.

., Wliiel\'l tfle va'lu", SCare. to be measured Is unknIWIP "'Bf(!lrel:la!1~.set1he ~ s,eIE!Cloratlhe ~posiIiort mefi;)re rt;)tatf"~ the itlAg"e ~I_f to ehange ~ ,IJ!IISIliQf'lIllBcftest leads from the aIrcutt IJJl£Iar test

WIi'I'6n Ga~,¥in;g out measurements on 1V of SWitd*lg ~:t')wef' Eireuits a1wa~s' rernember4hal1hefe may be high amj!llitl!lde ve1tases JlJdltses at tetest points, which can ,damage t~e meter.~

Ailcli'J.rays is earefUI whenoW€loong with ~ aMve fAN (;jC,0f~f)\t ae rms.i4esfj fingers behind theprob!!~ while measlaMQj.

'Eilefl1lre Jatternptirng fil insert ~rs for IestitIg.afways ,ee:<ISur.e tnat lestlaaets havs ti!een ~ from -aIllJl( rnea:~ure:mef'lt dfOUits.

C€Jm.~llll1el'its S.M0,UUII nQt be oonnected to !he hFE sodcel wITher! making'YCiltage m~ummeRts with tBsl ~ Neller p.e! (if0rrni (esistanGe measurement 00 ive circUII6.;

6~f:'jI:~F.tAL ,ID EBGrl:1 ~JON

Thee. l;p,e!a:f~I''', a 'n-aFulitield :3 ,12 digital mutttneter for measuring III ... ". ". _. DIode. TransiStor

IDe arnGl A~ voRagii!"I3Gc'Ullisnt. ReSlStante,

,al1lrif I€:eliltil'lujty ';fest with ba1tery QP6tWsd·

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S.P'ECI.FICATIQNS

'A€citilracy is, sp>8effied for ~J!)eriOd of ene~aftetcaibBliOt\ alild at 18 to 2S' "C (1i4" F to 82 D F) with relative ......, f0SID%. -

Measurinm method

'©Vt3!i.ran!flB indioo.tion Polarity In<?Jiea~en Operetil'l~ Envii'enment St0'Fa!;[l9 temper;a,wre Low 19attery !ndleatien $Jze

, W,e-i!Q1ht: Appr:ox. 170g , . DC~IOLTAGE

,Range ·'FifSlS 0'1 uUol7I Accur,8cy

200m'V 100 .IJ V :t 0.·5,%, of r'dg. % 2 Idigits

1"1 ,2V ~I mlV :t: 0.5,%, ,of rdg, ± 2 digiits

20V 10m'V ±0.50/0 ,at 'rdg :t 2 cU§Jits

200\1 1,OOmV ± 'Q.,S~/o, of rdgl it ,2 dilQlfts

smov '1 V ~(!L8'o/D of rdg ± 2 digits _ 1

Overload Protection::250V rrns, For2(')OmV range' and SOOV IQie er rms .acfororher ,ranges.

,[;)0' GlJRP.U~NT

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'Aan~e Res.olutil()h ,Accuracy-

2@@ JJ A f1.1 .1:1 A, :I: 1: ~/o, of rdg± 2 dilgl:its

,;;2tnA, 1 ~ A ±11010 of rdg:t 2 digIts

20mA 1 OIJ A ± '1i %, of rd§) ±2 digits

2g0m~ 1 eo lJI'A :t 11.5% of rdg' :t :2: dii,~,j-ls

I . . 1 QA 10rnA _ z 3?/b of f-dg :t 2 ~j~~t,~

Owerlmad Protection,:,P2,QOmAJ2S0V fuse,. ('1 OA rang,e untused)

R~e,s@fuUon 1Q0m'V' 1Xl

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OV:B,ril(3JaGi P[rm.tectlor1~6eOV de or rms, ac for a~1 ~an§les ..

FreatIA6r:lD¥ . ratlge,:40Hz to ,400Hz ... F.ies,pl(~lnse,: Average, resp:f);ndinJlg,calibrated ln rms, ofa slha wa\u£!~.

IJI{lO(E'&, GONI'TINIUITY

Descriptlon

Ilf cont'intJity exists (about tess than 1.S'K a)" bullt-ln buzzer will sound.

,St;,ow the apprex, forward 'v.oltage €itrQIP> af tne dlede,

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Overilimad Prole,e:tiQn:2.50'l de or rms, ac.

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RESISTANCE

Range Resolufion Accuracy

20 0.1 (} !: 1 .00/0 of rdg :t 8 digits

2 1 0 * 1 .2% of rdg :t 8 digits

20 0 100 % 1.2% of rdg ± 8 digits

200k 0 100 D £ 1.2% of rdg ± 8 digits

2m 1 k 0 :t1.2% ot rd.. ± a di its

M8).i um Open CiliCUit Voltage: 3.2V

overloaD pre!'eeool'l~ .2:50"1 de or rmaae for :allrcanges.

TAANSI$TOR t'JFI; TEST (0-1000)1

Rang~ Test flange Test CUrtefit

p &. P IF' ij ... j'OOfl . ~10 I A

TE PEA'ATURECK TYPe PFt05~

I l=tanQe Resnlutit'lln Acc,uraW

-20tA D 1 ~ ± 3° -± 20 (Uf;l' w' 150't)

.... f370"'C jE@Q % of rt:[gJ(Qver150ce}

QVEALOAD P'ROTECTIONI:220VrI'I'ls AC..

OPERA - NG INSTRUCTIONS,

DC VO TAGiE EA$Uf'lEMENT

C 50t the. red est lead to the lTV. e.l .mAD jeek and

e black lead 0 the coM" jack.

2.. 5e I tary-sY.ritch a desired DCV posmQfiI. Ittne vClIltage be easumd is no klilown bef'Orehat1d. 5'e! Il'mge swi~ a . e hi§hest ~ngf? p-Qsition ami then retl:lIC9 it until Sa!isl:actory resolutioFl j.g ob~ned.

3 Co ecr test leads.across the source or load being mea-

sureo. -

~. Read vottage value- on !:he 'LCD disp1!a:y a10ngWitn the po

1-' 0 e red lead conneetien, .

DC CURRE MEASUREMENT

. Co set ere" testleadto the "V. 0 .m,l." jaCk and the

black test lead to • COM ... tween 200mA and 10A, l'IInaIVe-illdr. ......

2. sel the rotary swttch at deeII8d DCA- .. ~ ••

3. Open the circul1 in which the ...... L

and connect test leads In "':-;:bel _

4. R~ current vak.le on LCD.._ .....

of ted lead connection. -IV"

AC VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT

1.C9nnect 11!tIe red test lead 10 the -v 0 .mA.

tfIe blaek test sad to • COM. ~ )aak n

2. Set the ~6taty s,witCh at desired N:N pc r -L

3. COlilnecttest leads a~ss the som:e or load baing

measured.

4. f:'lieael yeltage v.aJ.ue 00 the LCD ~.

~~E$ISTANCE MEASUREMENT

1. ConneGt the reG test iead to the • V. f) .rnA. jack and the- bl?a~k test lead m 1he • COM· jade:. (The poIarily ~f red lead is pcsitive • +. .)

2. !lei th~ Iroiatswrteh at Desired • C· range posiIiDIL

3. ~0n1l'l00t lest leads across the resisIor to be measwed and read LCD alSP~.

4. IffRe resistance being meastedisQJIIJeClEdmac::iRa:. rum off power and d't9Charge aI· 319 tis before ~ ogtes! probes.

D10D51E-ST

1. Connect the. red test lead to the • V. C .rnA. jack and

the blaek tsst lead ta • COM • jack. (The poIariy of ra:I .Iead is ji)OSiWe • +. .)

2. Set the - rotary switCh at ....... posiiorL

3. Coonec:t tile red test lead Ie !he anode of hi tIiDde m be lestedi gAd the bfack test lead 191he .... of fie clade.. The approx. ~ voJag8 dIq) of I1e cIDda be d-

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splayed. H Ihe cGnna1!ltiGlI'l is. r'eve~aelil, Iilrllly ftgu~e II' 1 • will b8 sklDwn.

TRANSISTOR TEST

t, Sel' tl1le tlllla'ry Sw{sh al • I1FiE· pl!lsitlan ..

2. Determine whefher the ftanslslor Iim!Iler te;stililm is NPN er PNP a~d laG~~·tha emitter, basaand-caUe&tarleads. IhseA th& leads ·int0J!1r.C1Iper ImlEls €If the' f.lta ·~Gske:t: aro t~e ffOnt pane'i.

3. Rs'a,d the appro.Xiirnate hFE vaJll!8' at· the: test cll)Aeltiml'l 0" base Gunrerit 10 IJ A. 91ild Vee 3V.

AUDlaU~ CONTINUITY TE~,T

1. Omnrrect red 1est laa~ to ,the· '" V~ ~ .r:nA" ,l:ll;la(:k ·tie'st lead fa • C@M • ..

2. Set range S:wrt014i to ".~I) ·i30sllilem~

:3.. Canne¢:·I. test lea,els~to twa. pO,ints ,at ~in:;tJit: to 1;)9 faste.Gi. If €·ontim.,litY exi$its,l;),Uiltc-in le;tJ)tzer will S0UnG.

1~Mrx~I1!ATUP! E M IEA8UR E;MBN!

j. RA!MG~ s!Nitch ~0 T~MP 1'!8s]treffrl 81'1ttl ibeeuttan~ T:(2)Grtl temperature ql!lp"ea~s 'll!'l·tille ars~la.y wit.h t~~c:I'I@j(§ete.r~.

2. Conneet ti'le k type!'~he·r;mlll.~leet:riq ~a 'p:lle la, • V.!fl .rnA ~ and II ()®M" J8Ioks.

a. 'Cgntael ~lieebjent under liI1ea:su:~erflsnt with tltre·"t'fi1allm@..-

el,atric oolJllJle earefull'y. . ~

4. Read the temp,eraful"EI t:; on 't~e eisplay".

'fEST $I.GNAL USE

1. F.!ANGE ·S'wUch to ..rt.,. pesitic::!m:ll.

2. A tes·t si~nal[$eH2or l,fjtlej,,!-z depe.l'laing !l1m tf.le r.r:tIQlilel e1 mummet~:oa.fii!l.ear$ rosfiNeen •. v.e .m:.\" anG!" G®M • jack.. Th:e 'Qufl'lut veJta.ge ts i3~potX$Y/plll Willi! a e9:It-ai.1i'I me cemponent, ·SQ :a.dliliti0!'laJ insulating ca,jf)aGftef silnouid Ile used.

BATTERY & FUS.E RERLAeEMENt

If ." ~ • AP~EARS ON DI8PL;AV IT INJIC 1HNr

THE BAITERV SHOULD BEREPuCeo. !NIB

Fuse rarely need replacement and blow .. ~ result, ~f Illjiierijlots efTor. • a

:I'!iirtellils?e batt~ry & fus&,2OOmAI25oV) remove the 21C1'8WS lin the ·blliftGlm of the ~.Simply r8l'AOll8 the old. and ... Wllh a new ens.

Be carelu', to absclVe battery polarity.

& WARNING.

Bafbre atte.rnli!{in~fl:lc epen the ease, always' be syre Ihal test I~.ads: have been ~IBoonmacted from measurement Qt:uiIs. GloS"e, case· and ti;ghten screws completely bBfonI using 1he metier tc aVlillld ele&tJfcaJ shook hazard..

A..eCE$~$Qf{IfE$

1 ~ 0perator"s iQstruetir;ln manual 1 11' $13.1 @f test J eads

1 B lfiIift 1l>0X

1 Ii .9 ,","01t llJafl:el)".t\iEIM, 1604 6F22 type

1 ~ 1"I~I~ter(i!lp~QJil) :

1 n M! tylllath.ennoeler:triC coupie{OptinaJ)

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