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Multimeter

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Service Manual
For IEC 61010 CAT III Meters Only

PN 690206 November 1998 Rev.1, 9/03
© 1998,2003 Fluke Corporation, All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A. All product names are trademarks of their respective companies.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1

Title

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Introduction and Specifications ........................................................ 1-1 1-1. 1-2. 1-3. Using the Meter Safely ......................................................................... 1-3 Operating Instructions .......................................................................... 1-4 Specifications........................................................................................ 1-5

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Theory of Operation ........................................................................... 2-1 2-1. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4. 2-5. 2-6. 2-7. 2-8. 2-9. 2-10. Introduction........................................................................................... Functional Description ......................................................................... Block Diagram Description .................................................................. Input Overload Protection ................................................................ Function Switching Circuits............................................................. Signal Conditioning Circuits ............................................................ Custom Analog IC (U1) ................................................................... Peripherals to U1 .............................................................................. Microcomputer Control.................................................................... Display.............................................................................................. 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-6 2-6 2-7

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Maintenance........................................................................................ 3-1 3-1. 3-2. 3-3. 3-4. 3-5. 3-6. 3-7. 3-8. 3-9. 3-10. 3-11. 3-12. 3-13. 3-14. 3-15. 3-16. Introduction........................................................................................... Service Information .............................................................................. Operator Maintenance .......................................................................... Battery Replacement ........................................................................ Fuse Test........................................................................................... Fuse Replacement............................................................................. General Maintenance Information........................................................ Handling Precautions for Static-Sensitive Devices.......................... Disassembly...................................................................................... Reassembly....................................................................................... Cleaning............................................................................................ Performance Tests ................................................................................ Display Test...................................................................................... Voltage Functions Performance Verification................................... AC and DC Current Performance Verification ................................ Ohms Function Performance Verification .......................................
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........................................... 3-19....................................... Manual Status Information ............... 4-3 4-3 4-3 4-4 4-4 4-5 5 Schematic Diagrams .. Calibration Preparation ........................ 4-2.................. 5-1 ii .................................................................................................. 4-5..... Newer Instruments ........................................................................ 3-26.............................................. 3-18............................................... 3-21........................................................................ 3-22.................. DC Voltage Signal Tracing .. AC Voltage Calibration................................................................................................................................. 4-4................. Parts Lists......... Service Centers .......................... Troubleshooting............................................ Introduction.................................. Power-Up Self Test ...................... Fault Diagnosis Guide ....................... 3-25.................................................................................................... 4-3.............................................................................. 3-24.................................. 3-23....... How to Obtain Parts................................................ 3-20. 4-1 4-1............... Calibration Adjustment............................................................................................................ DC Voltage Connection ....... 3-15 3-15 3-15 3-16 3-16 3-17 3-17 3-17 3-18 3-19 List of Replaceable Parts.......................27 Service Manual 3-17................................................................................. 4 Diode Test Performance Verification . 4-6. Overall System Check ..........................

........................................................................................ A4 Digital PCA .............................................................................. 4-3.......... 3-4...... A1 Main PCA............................... Final Assembly................................... Ohm Function Performance Test ...........................List of Tables Table 1-1........................................................................... A2 Digital PCA ........................ 4-1.......................................................... Page 1-5 3-3 3-6 3-15 3-19 4-6 4-8 4-11 4-12 iii ...................................... Fault Diagnosis Guide......................................... Replacement Fuses........................................................ Title Specifications ................. 4-2............................ 4-4.............................. Recommended Test Equipment ......................................................................................................................... 3-3...................................... 3-2.................................................. 3-1.................

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..................................................... 4-1................ Disassembly ................................ 4-2......................................................................................................................................................................................................... A4 Digital PCA ......................................... 4-4............................. Page 3-5 3-8 3-16 4-7 4-10 4-11 4-12 5-3 5-7 5-7 v ......................... A1 Main PCA.......................................List of Figures Figure 3-1.................................................................................................... 3-2........................... Title Battery and Fuse Replacement.......... Calibration Adjustment Locations ................................................. 5-2................................ A1 Main PCA........................ A4 Digital PCA .......... 5-1.............. 5-3....................................... A2 Digital PCA ..................................... 3-3.................................................................................. Final Assembly.......................................................... A2 Digital PCA ...................................... 4-3...................................

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..........................Chapter 1 Introduction and Specifications Title 1-1.. 1-5 1-1 ................................................................................................... 1-2... Page Using the Meter Safely ............................. 1-4 Specifications......................... 1-3 Operating Instructions ................................ 1-3.......................

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Introduction and Specifications Using the Meter Safely 1 1-1. Before each use. to power the meter. Read First: Safety Information. 42 V ac peak. Make sure the battery door is closed and latched before operating the meter. between terminals or between any terminal and earth ground. ANSI/ISA S82. Keep your fingers behind the finger guards on the probe when making measurements. Do not operate the meter around explosive gas. use only specified replacement parts. Use only a single 9 V battery. 1010. Read First: Safety Information This meter complies with EN 61010-1:1993.011994 and CAN/CSA C22. Before use. Connect the common test lead before connecting the live test lead. properly installed in the meter case. Such voltages pose a shock hazard. Do not use the meter if it operates abnormally. Using the Meter Safely Use the meter as described in this manual. Remove test leads from the meter before opening the battery door. Otherwise the safety features provided by the meter might be impaired. Protection may be impaired. Replace damaged leads. as marked on the meter. otherwise the protection provided by the meter may be impaired. a Caution identifies conditions and actions that might damage the meter. • • • • • • • • • • • • 1-3 . inspect the case for cracks or missing plastic. Check test lead continuity. X W Warning To avoid possible electric shock or personal injury: • Do not use the meter if it is damaged. Use the meter only as specified in the Users Manual. Disconnect the live test lead first. When servicing the meter. vapor or dust. A Warning identifies conditions and actions that pose hazards to the user. Inspect the test leads for damaged insulation or exposed metal. Do not apply more than the rated voltage. verify the meter’s operation by measuring a known voltage. Pay particular attention to the insulation surrounding the connectors. Use caution when working above 30 V ac rms. When in doubt. have the meter serviced. or 60 V dc.2 No.1-92 Overvoltage Category III.

Avoid working alone. refer to the Users Manual provided with the instrument at time of purchase. WCaution To avoid possible damage to the meter or to equipment under test: • Disconnect the power to the circuit under test and discharge all high voltage capacitors before testing resistance. Never touch the probe to a voltage source when the test leads are plugged into the 10 A or 40 mA input jacks. general maintenance procedures. Remember to place the meter in series with the current. a list of replaceable parts. which could lead to possible electric shock or personal injury. troubleshooting information. When measuring current. performance tests. replace the meter’s battery as soon as the low battery indicator (M) appears. 1-2. check the meter’s fuses (see “How to Test the Fuse”). within and under the rotary knob. turn off circuit power before connecting the meter in the circuit. input receptacles and buttons prior to connecting to any voltages. To avoid false readings. Operating Instructions For operating instructions. This manual presents service information for the Fluke 27 Multimeters. Included are a theory of operation. Before measuring current.27 Service Manual • • • • • • Follow all equipment safety procedures. Remove all surface water from the product including water around. and a schematic diagram. • • Use the proper function and range for your measurement applications. continuity or diodes. calibration procedures. 1-4 .

Function m N/ A Range 32.001 V 0.75%+2) ±(0.2%+10) ±(1%+1) typical 40 Hz-2 kHz 2 kHz -10 kHz ±(2%+3) ±(2%+3) ±(2%+3) ±(3%+3) ±(2%+3) 10 kHz -30 kHz ±(4%+ 10) ±(4%+ 10) ±(4%+ 10) Not Specified ±(4%+10) F l J (nS) J J 32.001 V J ML G 3.00 A 320.5 mV/µA 5.1 mV ±(0.200 V 32.200 MJ 32.01 V 0.0 mV 320.1 µA 1 µA Accuracy ±(0.1 mA 0.1%+1) ±(0.2%+1) ±(0.2%+1) ±(0.6 mV/mA 5.001 V 0.00 MJ 3.080 V J 0.1 Accuracy ±(0. Table 1-1.00 V 320. Specifications Instrument specifications are presented in Table 1-1.1 mA 0.01 mA 0.2%+1) ±(1%+1) ±(0.1%+1) ±(0.5 mV/µA 0.01 A 0.00 A 320.5 mV/µA 0.75%+2) ±(0.01 V 0.1 µA 1 µA 0.00 mA 320.00 mA 320.0 mA 10.5%+2) ±(1.1%+1) ±(0.01 mA 0.Introduction and Specifications Specifications 1 1-3.5%+2) Typical Burden Voltage 5.0 V 1000 V 0.1 V 1V 0.200 V 32.5%+2) ±(1. Specifications Function Range 3.1 V 1V 0.1 mV 0.01 nS 0.00 nS 2.01 A 0.0 mA 10.00 V 320.01 MJ 0.1 kJ 0.3%+3)* ±(0.5%+3) ±(0.5 mV/µA c d d µA mA/A 40-1000 Hz µA 40-1000 Hz 1-5 .0 V 1000 V 320.01 kJ 0.6 mV/mA 5.5%+3) ±(1%+3) ±(0.6 mV/mA 50 mV/A 0.5% +3) I 320.5%+3) ±(0.0 kJ 3.5%+2) ±(1.200 k 32.5%+2) ±(1.0 mV * When using the REL ∆ function to compensate for offsets.00 kJ 320.1%+1) ±(0.1%+1) ±(0.2%+1) ±(0.00 Resolution 0.75%+2) ±(1.6 mV/mA 50 mV/A 0.001 k 0.75%+2) ±(0.0 µA 3200 µA Resolution 0.001 MJ 0.0 µA 3200 µA 32.75%+2) ±(0.

dc to 60 Hz (ac coupled) 10 M in // with <100pF >60 dB.5% or range. dc to 60 Hz (ac coupled) J 1000 V rms Open Circuit Test Voltage Full Scale Voltage Up to 3.5 cm x 20.3 cm) 1. to 60°C with battery In an RF field of 2 V/m on all ranges and functions (except mVac).2 MJ 32 MJ or nS <1.3 V dc <2.6 pounds (0.2 NO. or 60 Hz >120 dB at dc. 0. 1-6 .8 V dc ** 10 V Hz Max 7 <420 mV dc Basic electrical accuracy is specified from 18°C to 28°C with relative humidity up to 95%.6 cm x 9. updates 25/sec -15°C to 55°C. NEDA 1604 or 6F22 or 006P 1000 hrs typical Per MIL-T-28800 for a Style A. updates 2/sec 31 segments.1 x (specified accuracy)/°C (18°C or >28°C) 0% to 95% (0°C to 35°C) 0% to 70% (35°C to 55°C) Temperature Coefficient Relative Humidity Altitude Battery Type Battery Life Shock. and calibrated to read the true rms value of a sine wave input. 50 Hz. average responding.1:1992 to 1000 V Overvoltage Category III. 1010. total accuracy = specified accuracy + 1.75 in x 8 in (5. For mVac.2 in x 3. Class 2 Instrument 2. Test resistance below approximately 270 in the function produces a continuous audible tone. total accuracy = specified accuracy + 1. RG J Maximum voltage between any terminal and earth ground Fuse protection mA or µA A Digital Display Analog Display Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Electromagnetic Compatibility 1000 V 44/100 A 1000 V Fast 11 A 1000 V Fast 3200 counts. or 60 Hz >60 dB. Accuracy is specified as ±([% of reading] + [number of least significant digits]). TUV License pending to EN61010-1. CAN/CSA 22. 50 Hz. All ac conversions are ac coupled. for a period of one year after calibration. UL License pending to UL3111-1. EN 61326-1:1997.75 kg) 1 meter Complies with ANSI/ISA S82. to -40°C for 20 minutes when taken from 20°C -55°C to 85°C without battery.01-1994.0% or range. Specifications (cont) Input Impedance Common Mode Rejection (nominal) Ratio (1 kJ unbalance) Normal Mode Rejection >60 dB at 50 Hz or 60 Hz >60 dB at 50 Hz or 60 Hz F l G I J J in // with <100pF 10 MJ in // with <100pF 10 MJ in // with <100pF 10 M >120 dB at dc. Ranging is either automatic or manual in all functions with more than one range. Vibration and Water Resistance Size (HxWxL) Weight Waterproof Safety 2000 meters 9 V.27 Service Manual Function Overload Protection** 1000 V rms 1000 V rms 1000 V rms 1000 V rms Table 1-1.

........................................... 2-9.................................. Functional Description .................. Page 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-6 2-6 2-7 2-1 ........................................................................................................................ Function Switching Circuits............................................ 2-6....................................................................................................................... 2-8...... Signal Conditioning Circuits .................................................................. Introduction................. 2-5....... Microcomputer Control....................... Custom Analog IC (U1) .. 2-2......................Chapter 2 Theory of Operation Title 2-1................................................... Peripherals to U1 ....... Block Diagram Description ......................... 2-3........................................... Input Overload Protection .................................... Display..... 2-10............... 2-4. 2-7.............................

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This is followed by a block diagram description. 4-bit microcomputer. First. signal conditioning circuits. aac01s. Introduction This chapter describes how the Fluke 27 works. and drives the display.tif Figure 2-1. a read counter for A/D samples. Each section contains one major active component and one or more peripheral circuits. Digital functions are performed by a CMOS. and the digital control circuitry required for communication with the microcomputer. a functional description presents an overview of operation. Block Diagram Description Each of the blocks in the Figure 2-1 is discussed in the following paragraphs. which describes the major circuit functions in more detail. the instrument is composed of two major functional sections: the analog section and the digital section. U2.Theory of Operation Introduction 2 2-1. a detailed schematic diagram is included in Chapter 5. decoding ROMs for analog switch drive. Overall Functional Block Diagram 2-3. 2-3 . For reference. As this figure shows. In many cases. digital circuits provide state machine control for the A/D converter. circuit sections are described in greater detail than is shown in the Figure 2-1. and bus control for communication with the microcomputer. The mode push buttons supply input to the microcomputer to initiate various modes. The custom analog IC contains the A/D converter. initiates the range and function switching. formats data for display. Although the custom IC is primarily analog. Most analog functions are performed by a custom analog IC (U 1) and analog peripherals to U1. Functional Description A block diagram of the Fluke 27 circuitry is shown in Figure 2-1. The microcomputer controls the A/D converter. 2-2. Output from the microcomputer is displayed on the liquid crystal display (LCD).

In addition. An 11 A. CR2. for the µA and mA ranges. A clamp circuit (CR6 and Q15) connected to the volt/ohms/diodetest input through Z1 and C3 provides similar protection for the volts/ohms/diode-test input. In addition. A 44/100A. The conversion method in the Fluke 27 can be described as a charge-coupled. The function switch is a rotary switch with two double-sided wafers which provide the necessary switching to select each of the various functions. R20. as shown in Figure 2-2. CR4) ensure that the fuses (instead of the shunts) open in very high current overload conditions.27 Service Manual therefore. Analog-to-digital conversion is accomplished within U1 using a modified dual-slope A/D converter circuit. Custom Analog IC (U1) The analog-to-digital converter. a precision resistor network. Current inputs received through the mA/ µA input (J2) and the A input (J3) develop a voltage across shunt resistors R14. autorange switching. 2-5. Transistors Q1. and most of the remaining active analog circuitry (including additional signal conditioning) are contained in U1. thereby protecting the circuitry in U1. . If sufficient overload voltage is present. and Q1 provide additional overload protection for the millivolt and ohms functions. CR3. 32 mA. A series of 10 minor 2-4 2-6. and from U1 to U2. battery voltage is routed through the function switch from the battery voltage regulator to U1. and R23 (320 µA. the variable capacitors provide calibration adjustment for the high frequency ac ranges. Q2. Signal Conditioning Circuits Each input signal is routed through signal conditioning circuitry before reaching U1. 2-7. U1 also contains digital circuitry for state machine control over the A/D decoding ROMs for analog switch drive and read counter preset. and registers to store control outputs from the microcomputer. 2-4. Function Switching Circuits Input signals are routed from the overload protection circuits to the function switch. 1000 V fuse provides protection for the 10 A input (J3) current shunt. The capacitors in parallel with the various resistors in Z1 are used in the ac voltage functions. Peripherals to U1 include the system clock. Resistors R9 and R10 comprise a 10:1 divider for the 3200-µA and 320mA current ranges. Input Overload Protection Overload protection for the volts/ohms/diode-test input (J1) is provided by a network of five metal-oxide varistors (RV1 through RV5) a current-limiting resistor (R2) and a thermistor (RT1). The resistor network provides precise input scaling for the various voltage ranges. and it provides precision reference resistors for the ohms function. the transistors turn on and connect that input to common through limiting resistors R2 and RT1. the reference voltage regulator for the A/D converter. multiple-slope technique. it may be helpful to refer to the schematic located near the back of this manual. a bridge rectifier (U7) and four diodes (CR1. and 10 A respectively). 1000 V fuse provides protection for the mA/µA input (J2) current shunts. and some filtering and amplifier stabilization components. Input signals received through the volts/ohms/diode-test input (J1) are routed through Z1. a custom LSI package.

As this figure shows. a residual charge is retained by the integrator capacitor due to the overshoot past the true-zero base line. Ten samples are summed to produce a fullresolution digital display. However. a digital algorithm eliminates the error and accounts for the residue as it propagates through all 10 samples. decoding ROMs for analog switch drive and for read counter 2-5 .tif Figure 2-2. These minor conversions (or samples. New samples are taken every 40 ms. Basic A/D conversion elements and waveforms are illustrated in Figure 2-2.Theory of Operation Block Diagram Description 2 conversions occur every 40 ms (each at 1/10th the desired resolution) without taking time for an autozero phase between the conversions. as they are called in the following discussion) occur at a rate of 25 per second. with full scale greater than 3200 counts. In the absence of an autozero phase. A 100 ms autozero phase occurs every 10-sample sequence. a read counter for A/D samples. the residual charge would normally produce a significant error in the sample next taken. aac02s. A/D Conversion Elements and Waveform Digital circuitry in U1 provides state machine control for the A/D converter. and are used to provided the fast response bar-graph display and fast autoranging.

the diode test and continuity function. C42. and accumulates 10 samples which then become the full resolution conversion for digital display. open test leads in resistance or diode test functions result in off-scale 2-6 . overload recovery. selects the correct A/D mode for the function in used.000 V reference voltage for the A/D converter. Touch-Hold operation requires the microcomputer to perform a different algorithm.27 Service Manual preset. and R32. Peripherals to U1 Circuitry peripheral to U1 provides regulated battery voltage to power U1. Voltage regulator VR1 (and associated components) supplies a regulated 1. The battery voltage regulator consists of AR1. the microcomputer continues to wait for a stable signal which is outside the open test lead region. integrator. followed by a 100 ms autozero phase. Basic timing for the A/D converter is defined as a series of 10 integrate/read cycles (samples). applies necessary corrections as described in the preceding discussion of U1. Integrator and buffer signal characteristics are determined by C20. (Open test leads in voltage or current function result in low readings. the 32 MJ range. the active filter response is determined by R13.768 kHz. performs the Touch-Hold algorithm. and buffer in U1. C18. and two resistors in Z1. For the diode test and continuity function. through a second regulator circuit in U1. R31. with a frequency of 32. The microcomputer does not allow a full-resolution conversion to be completed unless the input signal is stable. signal conditioning. and then begins watching for a stable reading again. a system clock. In reading and processing A/D samples. they are C41. ® autoranging. Microcomputer Control A CMOS. C16. sends a code to U1 which represents the operator-selected function. in combination with the ROM and preset read counter. However. the conversion is completed and the microcomputer generates the corresponding display and freezes it. the regulator circuit supplies consistent operating power to U1 and. There are two exceptions to this simple algorithm: First. C43. Potentiometer R19 provides for calibration adjustment of the reference voltage. R7. When a stable reading occurs. controls range. The system clock. the battery test. and associated components. plus an autozero flag under computer control. 2-8. 4-bit microcomputer (U2) controls the various instrument functions and drives the LCD display. R35. C21. Each minor conversion is also processed for the bar-graph display. Several components external to U1 provide for ac-to-dc conversion. sets the autozero flag. controls all timing synchronization for the instrument. and disables the analog filter during autoranging. Additional circuits are necessary for the active filter. the microcomputer evaluates the data and determines whether or not the beeper should be switched on. establishes the timing variances necessary for the various functions. and the Touch-Hold mode all required variations from the basic timing. to the microcomputer (U2). R30. and bi-directional bus control for storing control outputs from the microcomputer and for transferring data to the microcomputer. and amplifier stabilization. the power-up self test. The state machine. open test lead indication does not allow a full-resolution conversion to be completed either. Q12. a regulated reference voltage for the A/D converter. The microcomputer reads and processes data samples from the A/D converter. R16. the microcomputer then waits for a change in the signal to exceed a certain threshold. 2-9. Y1 is a quartz crystal which determines the frequency of the clock oscillator circuit. and C19. the computer accepts raw sample data.

Theory of Operation Block Diagram Description 2 readings) Second. but there are three ohms function A/D converter modes. Both manual and autoranging are controlled by the microcomputer. in conjunction with annunciators and decimal points. 2-10. then the full-resolution conversion is forced to complete in spite of input or test lead conditions. and two power-up test modes (battery test and self test). and C13) supplies a midlevel voltage to drive the multiplexed display. 2-7 . In autorange. The microcomputer also sets the required A/D converter mode. Both digital readings and an analog bar-graph display are presented. Following each group of 10 samples. Peripheral components Q13 and C12 force the microcomputer to reset when the function switch is moved to OFF. The microcomputer loads a range register in U1 in conjunction with a mode-dependent map. Refer to the Fluke 27 Users Manual for a more detailed description of the display. A voltage-divider network (R3. in normal operation. A single mode is used in all voltage and current conversions. the analog filter is disabled to increase the autoranging speed. the microcomputer sets the autozero flag. Characters are generated by the computer and displayed on the LCD. R4. a diode test mode. The microcomputer sends the proper code to U1 to select the required A/D converter mode. Display The liquid crystal display (LCD) operates under direct control of the microcomputer. if the Touch-Hold button is momentarily pressed at any time.

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Chapter 3

Maintenance

Title 3-1. 3-2. 3-3. 3-4. 3-5. 3-6. 3-7. 3-8. 3-9. 3-10. 3-11. 3-12. 3-13. 3-14. 3-15. 3-16. 3-17. 3-18. 3-19. 3-20. 3-21. 3-22. 3-23. 3-24. 3-25. 3-26. Introduction........................................................................................... Service Information .............................................................................. Operator Maintenance .......................................................................... Battery Replacement ........................................................................ Fuse Test........................................................................................... Fuse Replacement............................................................................. General Maintenance Information........................................................ Handling Precautions for Static-Sensitive Devices.......................... Disassembly...................................................................................... Reassembly....................................................................................... Cleaning............................................................................................ Performance Tests ................................................................................ Display Test...................................................................................... Voltage Functions Performance Verification................................... AC and DC Current Performance Verification ................................ Ohms Function Performance Verification ....................................... Diode Test Performance Verification .............................................. Calibration Adjustment......................................................................... Calibration Preparation .................................................................... DC Voltage Connection ................................................................... AC Voltage Calibration.................................................................... Troubleshooting.................................................................................... Power-Up Self Test .......................................................................... Overall System Check ...................................................................... DC Voltage Signal Tracing .............................................................. Fault Diagnosis Guide ......................................................................

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Remove any input signals prior to removing test leads and opening case. and can be used later as a preventive maintenance tool. The seal kit (Model 8025A-740 1.000 Hz. interrupt rating and voltage rating listed in Fuse Replacement section. Table 3-1. A l-year calibration cycle is recommended to maintain the instrument’s specifications. calibration adjustment.2% Values: 100 ohm. Do not allow water to get inside case.06% Fluke Model 5500A Recommended Model 3-3 . When servicing the meter. ±. 1 kilohm. Recommended Test Equipment Instrument Type Required Characteristics Voltage Range: 0-1000 V ac. A seal kit is available from the factory. performance tests.05% Frequency Range: 40 .10. and troubleshooting. ±1% DMM Calibrator Voltage Range: 0-1000 V dc Accuracy: ±. Make sure the battery door is closed and latched before you operate the meter. The test equipment required for the performance tests and calibration adjustments is listed in Table 3-1. Introduction This chapter presents instructions for disassembly. • • • • • 3-1. install only specified replacement fuses with the speed. The performance tests may be used as an acceptance test when the instrument is first received. 100 kilohm. amperage.5 A Accuracy: ±. use only specified replacement parts. To prevent arc blast and resulting injury. the seals should be replaced during servicing to maintain the environmental specifications stated in that manual. Test equipment with equivalent specifications may be used if the recommended models are unavailable. 10 megohm Accuracy±. 10 kilohm.05% Current Range: 2 mA . part number 738112) contains a complete set of seals and four replacement screws and washers for the bottom case. In addition. 1 megohm.Maintenance Introduction 3 XWWarning To avoid electric shock or personal injury: • Do not perform any servicing other than operator maintenance unless you are qualified to do so. These service instructions are for used by qualified personnel only.

a decal stating so will be present on the bottom of your instrument. If the original container is not available. Malfunctions that occur within the limits the warranty will be corrected at no cost to the purchaser. 3-3. XWWarning The Fluke 27 multimeter is approved (permissible) by the United States Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) for use in mines (approval 2G-3665-0). To maintain MSHA permissibility. Do not connect to an electrically energized circuit in a hazardous area. The Fluke 27 multimeter was tested by the MSHA for intrinsic safety in methane air mixtures only. repairs to these instruments must be made using parts exactly like those furnished by Fluke Corporation. a cost estimate will be provided before work is performed on instruments. It is recommended that the instrument be surrounded by at least 3 inches of shock absorbing material in the shipping container. Service Information The Fluke 27 has a lifetime warranty upon shipment of the instrument to the original purchaser. please use the original shipping container. Upon request.com. A list of service centers is included at the back of this manual. 3-4 . If your instrument has MSHA approval. For in-warranty service.fluke. Fluke Service Centers are also available for calibration or repair.fluke. visit Fluke’s Web site at www. be sure that adequate protection is provided to prevent damage during shipment. call one of the following telephone numbers: USA: 1-888-99-FLUKE (1-888-993-5853) Canada: 1-800-36-FLUKE (1-800-363-5853) Europe: +31 402-675-200 Japan: +81-3-3434-0181 Singapore: +65-738-5655 Anywhere in the world: +1-425-356-5500 Or. To contact Fluke. Operator Maintenance Note The Fluke 27 Multimeter has been designed to meet the requirements of the United States Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration for use in mines. The following Warning applies only if the decal is present. If reshipment is necessary. Do not use to check electrical blasting circuits. ship the instrument post-paid to the Fluke Service Center nearest you. Any changes in the intrinsically safe circuitry or components may result in an unsafe condition. Conditions of the warranty are described on the registration card.27 Service Manual 3-2. Register your product at register.com. The Fluke 27 multimeter is approved with a 9 V NEDA 1604 (carbon zinc) battery only.

Lift the instrument stand on the back of the instrument. Turn the rotary switch to OFF. The Fluke 27 is powered by a single 9 V battery (NEDA 1604.Maintenance Operator Maintenance 3 3-4. replace the battery as soon as the battery indicator (M) appears. Snap the battery connector to the terminals on the new battery. Referring to Figure 3-1. remove the test leads and any input signals before replacing the battery or fuses. 3. Battery Replacement XWWarning To avoid false readings. 4. Battery cover Fuse cover Battery F2 Battery connector F1 ye1f. 6. Pozidriv® screws from the battery cover. Disconnect and remove the battery. 6F22. 5. then slide the battery into the battery compartment. or 006P). Pull the battery cover straight out from the back of the instrument. and remove the test leads. then remove the four #6 X 32. 2. then start the four screws removed in step 2. Make sure the battery door is closed and latched before you operate the meter.) XWWarning To avoid electrical shock or personal injury. which could lead to possible electric shock or personal injury. Insert the battery spacer/cover into the instrument. Press firmly on the battery cover while tightening the screws in a diagonal pattern. (A coin-slot in the side of the battery cover facilitates removal. Battery and Fuse Replacement 3-5 . use the following procedure to replace the battery: 1.eps Figure 3-1.

and speed ratings listed in the Fuse Replacement Maintenance section.1 fast). and 0. Fuse Replacement Referring to Figure 3-1.27 Service Manual 3-5. Reinstall the battery/cover as instructed in step 6 of the battery spacer replacement procedure. and if necessary install a new fuse of the same size and rating. 5. 1000 VAC/DC Fluke Part Number 943121 803293 Quantity 1 1 WTo ensure safety. If either of the above display indications is OL (overload). 1000 VAC/DC Fuse. 3-6. voltage. Move one end of the test lead from the A input terminal to the mA/µA input terminal. 1. This tests F2 (11 A. The display should indicate between 0. 1000 V) . remove the test leads and any input signals before replacing the battery or fuses. 3. use exact replacement only 3-6 . and 6.0 . 3. F44/100 A. 2. Remove the defective fuse (or check continuity) through the suspected fuse).3 . This tests F1 6. 5. Pull the fuse cover down. 7XUQ WKH IXQFWLRQ VHOHFWRU VZLWFK WR WKH SRVLWLRQ 2. 1000 V 4. The display should indicate between 5. replace the appropriate fuse. Connect a test lead from the volts/ohms/diode-test input terminal to the A input terminal. Make sure the battery door is closed and latched before you operate the meter. To prevent equipment damage or injury. use the following procedure to check or replace the Fluke 27 fuses: 1. Replacement Fuses Item F1 W F2 W Description Fuse. Fuse Test XWWarning To avoid electrical shock or personal injury. interrupt. Table 3-2. 4. Perform steps 1 through 4 of the battery replacement procedure. Snap the fuse cover back into place. then out of the meter. install ONLY specified replacement fuses with the amperage. 11 A.3 (44/100 A.

Reassembly requires silicone lubricant (Parker Super O-Lube is recommended) and new seals. • • • • • • 3-9. and Styrofoam from the work area. vinyl. remove the test leads prior to disassembly. Handling Precautions for Static-Sensitive Devices Caution This unit contains CMOS components which can be damaged by static discharge. Do not handle components or pca (printed circuit assembly) by their connectors. Remove all plastic. Perform all work at a static-free work station.Maintenance General Maintenance Information 3 3-7. General Maintenance Information 3-8. WCaution To avoid contaminating the pcas with oil from the hands (or Oring lubricant). refer to the cleaning instructions given later in this chapter. Do not allow the LCD to come in contact with moisture. temperature-regulated soldering iron. To prevent static discharge damage. WCaution Opening the instrument case in damp. humid environments followed by moving the instrument to a cooler environment could cause condensation inside the case. If a pca does become contaminated. A 2 oz tube of Parker Super O-Lube can be obtained from the Fluke Corporation by ordering p/n 812230. Instrument performance may be adversely affected by condensation. A Fluke seal kit (Model 8025 A-7401. Disassembly XWWarning To avoid the possibility of electric shock. 3-7 . Note ® Disassembly requires a number 2 Pozidriv screwdriver for all exterior screws and a number 1 Phillips-head screwdriver for all interior screws. and op amp AR1. Static-sensitive components include U1 (the custom analog IC). Wear static ground straps. Use conductive foam to store components. take the following precautions when servicing the instrument. U2 (the microcomputer). Fluke Part Number 738112) provides a complete set of seals and four replacement screws and washers for the bottom case. Use a grounded. handle the pcas by the edges or wear gloves.

5. Complete disassembly is not required to gain access to most assemblies. then lift the battery cover and battery spacer out of the instrument. Disassembly Most maintenance procedures require at least partial instrument disassembly. The following procedure (illustrated in Figure 3-2) provides complete step-by-step disassembly instructions to gain access to any assembly. 3-8 . the following procedure contains notes that explain which maintenance procedures are possible at various levels of disassembly.eps Figure 3-2. then gently pull out the ends of the tilt bail and remove it. ® 3. Disconnect and remove the battery. Remove the four Pozidriv machine screws (H6) that hold the battery cover (MP14) to the bottom case. 4.27 Service Manual Top Case/Digital PCB Subsection Main Board Subsection MP2 H1 MP4 MP7 MP9 MP8 A1 MP17 H8 (2PL) MP19 U3 MP2 (2PL) MP18 H2 (2PL) MP1 MP5 MP6 S3 A2 H5 (4PL) MP3 H4 (3PL) H9 (2PL) F1 F2 H3 (4PL) Button-Up Subsection MP13 F1 F2 MP10 MP12 MP11 MP21 MP61 MP15 BT1 H7 (4PL) MP16 MP14 H6 aac04f. Lift the tilt bail up about 1 inch up from the back of the instrument. 1. 2. Unsnap the battery spacer from the battery cover. Turn the function switch to the upper OFF position.

Remove the E-ring retainer (MP6) and the detent spring (MP5) from the rotary switch shaft. aac05s. and remove the O-ring (MP13) between the top and bottom cases. (Always install a new O-ring prior to reassembly. 16. Take care not to loose the Teflon bearing washer (H1) under the knob. ® 7. and slide a new Oring over the shaft into the groove on the shaft.) 9. the single small pointer on the base of the extension shaft is pointed toward the top of the instrument. then lift the main pca and shield assembly clear of the case. Refer to the calibration adjustment procedure later in this chapter to calibrate the instrument. Remove the four Phillips-head screws (H3) at the bottom of the pca that connect the pca to the input terminals molded into the top case. Remove the four Pozidriv screws (H7) and rubber washers from the bottom case. With the rotary switch in the OFF position.tif Figure 3-3. To replace the O-ring (MP4) on the rotary switch shaft. 15. cut off the existing O-ring without scratching the metal shaft. Clean the shaft thoroughly. Pull the rotary switch knob (MP2) out from the front of the top case (MP1). then install the new O-ring. 10. Clean the O-ring surfaces of the battery cover and the instrument case. Carefully lift the upper end of the main pca and shield assembly to disconnect the assembly from the digital pca. Refer to Figure 3-3. 3-9 . Lift the rotary switch extension shaft (MP17) off the rotary switch shaft (the shaft on MP2). 14. At this point. all calibration adjustments are accessible through the openings in the side of the pca shield. 8. 13.Maintenance General Maintenance Information 3 6. Install the battery holder on the battery cover. Switch Extension Shaft Installation 12. Remove the old O-ring (MP15). Lift the bottom case off the instrument. Note the position of the rotary switch extension shaft (MP17). 11.

and new seals. remove the upper-right screw. 1. Remove the elastomeric LCD contact strips (MP20) and LCD interconnect support (MP18). A Fluke seal kit (Model 8025A-7401. 24. Lay the bottom shield aside. Phillips-head screws (H4) that secure the bottom shield (MP3). first remove the two Philllips-head screws (H8) from the top shield (MP9). 20. and last the lower-right). 22. then place the LCD (U3) in the LCD mask with the Fluke part number toward the top of the instrument. a number 1 Phillips-head screwdriver for all internal screws. A 2-oz tub of Parker Super-O-Lube can be obtained from the Fluke Corporation by ordering p/n 812230. Turn the assembly over and remove the three thread-forming. Use the following procedure to reassemble the instrument: Caution Do not touch the elastomeric LCD contact strips (MP20) or contacts of the momentary switch (S3-S6) with bare hands. then the lowerleft. above the connector. 19. 23. 21. pressing the LCD lightly to engage the spring action of the LCD mask. Lift the momentary switch (S3-S6) from the top case. To disassemble the main pca/shield assembly. 3-10 . However. Wear gloves or remove the contact strips using clean pliers or tweezers. Remove the LCD (U3) and the LCD mask (MP19) from the case. Position the LCD mask (MP19) in the top case (MP1). Fluke Part Number 738112) provides a complete set of seals and four replacement screw and washers for the bottom case.e. Avoid contaminating the contact strips. Wear gloves or remove the contact strips using clean pliers or tweezers. then the upper-left. Avoid contaminating the contact strips. 18. located on the back of the LCD. then place the elastomeric connector strips (MP20) at the top and bottom of the LCD interconnect support with the black connection strip against the LCD. Reassembly Note ® Reassembly requires a number 2 Pozidriv screwdriver for all external screws. all main pca components are accessible. Then remove the two Phillips-head screws (H2) at the top of the digital pca. some precautions are necessary to ensure proper sealing and to maintain water-tight integrity. At this point. Reassembling the instrument is primarily a reversal of the disassembly procedure.. Carefully lift the digital pca straight up from the top case and remove it. Remove the four lower Phillips-head screws (H5) that secure the digital pca to the top case using a diagonal pattern (i. Take care not to lose the flat washers under the screw heads. 3-10. and separate the top shield from the pca. Place the LCD interconnect support (MP18) over the LCD. silicone lubricant (Parker Super-O-Lube is recommended).27 Service Manual 17. Caution Do not touch the elastomeric LCD contact strips (MP20) or contacts of the momentary switch (S3-S6) with bare hands.

to ensure a proper seal. 3-11 . and the switch shaft extension aligns with the two rotary switch wafers in the OFF position (do not use force). Note the small bump at the center of tone edge of the momentary switch (S3-S6). 9. then lower-right). 17. Phillips-head screws (H2) above the connector that hold the top of the digital pca. Place the digital pca in the top case with the connector toward the back of the instrument and at the top of the case.e. Install the two thread-forming. Position the bottom shield (MP3) on the back of the pca with the stand-offs fitted through the pca. Install a new O-ring (MP4) on the rotary switch shaft (if not previously installed). fit the top shield (MP9) over the component side of the pca. Rotate the rotary switch to the upper OFF position. upper-right. 6. 14. if it was not replaced during disassembly. Install the screws using a diagonal sequence (i. (The new screws and washers are provided in the seal ® kit. upperright. 11. 10. 4.) Press the case halves firmly together. Place the bottom case on the top case. Note the small pointer on the base of the extension shaft. 16. Install the two Phillips-head machine screws (H8) and flat washers through the top shield into the bottom shield. Install the four lower Phillips-head screws (H5) that secure the digital pca over the momentary switch. Place the momentary switch in the case with the bump toward the LCD display. Note that the momentary switch provides a seal between the case and the digital pca.Maintenance General Maintenance Information 3 2. Carefully fit the main pca/shield assembly into the top case. Engage the connector by pressing lightly on the bottom shield at the case screw holes. then install the rotary switch knob in the front of the top case. 15. and position it at the beginning of the tapered area. upper-left. 5. 13. Make sure the shield posts fit through the holes in the pca.. To reassemble the main pca/shield assembly. Place the pointer toward the center of the display while the rotary switch knob is in the upper OFF position. Install a new O-ring (MP13) on the bottom case (MP10). Lubricate the outer edges of the detent spring (MP5) with a very thin layer of silicon lubricant. then lower-left. and verify that the rotary switch is in the upper OFF position. 7. Install the four Phillips-head machine screws (H3) with lock washers that secure the main pca/shield assembly to the back of the input terminals. again using a diagonal pattern. then upper-left. taking care to ensure that the connector pins on the main pca are lined up properly with the connector on the digital pca. lower left). tighten the screws in a diagonal pattern (lower-right. Detent spring orientation is not critical. then install the detent spring over the rotary switch shaft. Place the rotary switch extension shaft (MP17) on the rotary switch shaft. then place the Teflon washer (H1) on the rotary switch shaft. 8. Install the E-ring retainer (MP6) on the rotary switch shaft. then position the top shield on the top of the pca with the molded stand-offs fitted through the pca. Install the three thread-forming Phillips-head screws (H4) through the bottom shield into the top shield. taking care not to bend the connector pins. 3. and using a number 2 Pozidriv screwdriver. then start four new thread-forming screws (H7) with rubber washers. 12.

21. 22. Clean the exterior plastic parts using a mild solution of detergent and water on a soft cloth. The procedures are recommended for incoming inspections. change the battery. 3-13. Cleaning Caution Do not use aromatic hydrocarbons or chlorinated solvents for cleaning. Display Test When the function switch is moved from the OFF position to any other position. Performance Tests The following procedures allow you to check the performance of the Fluke 27 against the specifications given in the Fluke 27 Users Manual.27 Service Manual 18. Move the rotary switch knob from OFF to any function. Dry the pca at 50 to 60 degrees Celsius for 24 hours after washing (and before reassembly ) to assure that no moisture is sealed in the instrument. Also. the Fluke 27 is referred to as the unit under test. 3-12 . Caution Do not allow the LCD to come in contact with moisture. the instrument performs a power-up self test. 19. Clean contaminates from the pcas using isopropyl alcohol and a soft brush. and as an aid in troubleshooting. If the battery compartment O-ring (MP15) was not replaced during disassembly. 20. These solutions will react with the plastic materials used in the instrument. it should be replaced before reassembly. Clean dust from the pcas using clean. Prior to performing any of the sting procedures. Connect the battery to the battery terminal connector. check the fuses and if the battery annunciator is displayed. All segments of the LCD should illuminate briefly if the instrument has been properly assembled. periodic calibration verification. allow the instrument to stabilize to room temperature (18 to 28 degrees Celsius). 3-11. Note In the following procedures. If the instrument fails any test. then slide the battery into the battery compartment. 3-12. or UUT. dry air at low pressure (less than 20 psi). then the instrument commences normal operation. This automatic self test verifies that the instrument is functional and that all LCD segments are functioning. calibration adjustment or repair is needed. Press firmly on the battery ® cover while tightening the screws in a diagonal pattern using a number 2 Pozidriv screwdriver. Slide the battery spacer/cover assembly into the back of the instrument. Use the procedure given in step 5 of the disassembly procedure. followed by demineralized water and a soft brush (remove the LCD before washing). All LCD segments in the display are switched on while the test is in progress. Start the four screws (H6) that secure the battery cover.

and to verify current measurement accuracy.716 V ac.4 V dc. at 10 kHz. Verify that the UUT indicates between 26. 11. Verify that the UUT indicates between 2. Verify that the UUT indicates between 2. Verify that the UUT indicates between 26. 5. 8. 14. 4. 3-15. Program the DMM Calibrator for an output of zero volts. 12.7 V ac. Turn the function switch on the UUT to the ac voltage position (G).57 V ac. Verify that both the Digital Multimeter Calibrator (hereafter referred to as the DMM Calibrator) and the UUT are off. Program the DMM Calibrator for an output of 1000 V dc. Verify that the UUT indicates between 244. 3. and program it for an output of 2. 17. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 2. Program the DMM Calibrator for an output of 27 V ac. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 250 V ac. at 100 Hz. Disconnect the Calibrator from the UUT. AC and DC Current Performance Verification The following procedure may be used to test the ac and dc current functions. Switch on power to the DMM Calibrator.6 and 250. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 200 mA at 50 Hz.42 mA.696 and 2. Verify that the UUT indicates between 249. 21. 22. Program the DMM Calibrator for an output of 27 V dc. to the ac output connections of the DMM Calibrator. 7. Verify that the UUT indicates between 998 and 1002 V dc.43 and 27. 20. 15. Program the DMM Calibrator for an output of 1000 V ac. Voltage Functions Performance Verification The following procedure may be used to verify proper operation and calibration of the ac and dc voltage measurement functions. at 10 kHz. 1. 5.04 V dc.3 V ac. 16. 19.58 and 27. Caution Connect the common terminal of the Digital Multimeter Calibrator to the COM terminal on the UUT. Connect the DMM Calibrator output to the UUT mA/µA input terminal. 6. Program the DMM Calibrator output to 250 V dc. 1. 3-13 . 10. Verify that the UUT indicates between 967 and 1033 V ac. 4. Switch on power to the DMM Calibrator and program the DMM Calibrator output for 27 mA at 50 Hz. Turn the UUT function switch to the ac mA/A position (mO/A).7 and 255. using the volts/ohms/diode-test input terminal.684 and 2. 3. Switch off the DMM Calibrator. 9.7 V dc. 18. 2.Maintenance Performance Tests 3 3-14. 13.96 and 27. at 10 kHz. Verify that the UUT indicates between 26. 2. Required test equipment is listed in Table 3-1.704 V dc. Turn the UUT function switch to the dc voltage position (F). Connect the UUT.

2 mA. 18. Verify that the UUT indicates between 2678 and 2722 µA. Program the DMM Calibrator to standby. 21. Program the DMM Calibrator to the resistance values indicated in Table 3-2. 8.91 and 5. Switch on power to the DMM Calibrator. 16. 2. 17. 14.94 and 5. Connect the DMM Calibrator output to the UUT mA/µA input terminal. Program the DMM Calibrator output for an output of 5. 15. 10. Set the UUT to the dc µ N function (µ N). then program the DMM Calibrator output for 2000 µO at 500 Hz. then program the DMM Calibrator output for 5 A at 1 kHz. 9. 3-16. Verify that the UUT indicates between 4. 12.78 and 27. 19. Verify that the UUT indicates between 196.8 and 203. Verify that the UUT indicates between 1968 and 2032 µA. Program the DMM Calibrator for 2. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 2700 µ N dc.27 Service Manual 6. Turn the function switch on the UUT to the dc mN/A position (mN/A).09 A. Verify that the UUT indicates between 26. Switch the UUT to the AC mA/A function.7 mA. 7. Program the DMM Calibrator to standby. Turn the function switch to the J position. 3. then program the DMM Calibrator for an output of 27 mA dc. Verify that the UUT indicates between 4. 11. Connect the DMM Calibrator output to the UUT amp (A) and common (COM) input terminals. 20. 3-14 .06 A. Program the DMM Calibrator to standby. Ohms Function Performance Verification The following test may be used to verify correct ohms function operation and to verify UUT accuracy in the various ohms ranges. 23. 22. 13. 1. Set the UUT to the dc mN/A function(mN/A).0 A dc. and verify that the UUT indication is within the tolerances given for each input value. Program the DMM Calibrator output for zero amps. Connect the DMM Calibrator to the UUT using the volts/ohms/diode-test input terminal and common. Switch the UUT to the ac µO function (µO).22 mA.

or UUT.0V. then slowly decrease the Calibrator output to 0.00 kJ 100.) 1. and then reconnect the battery to the UUT’s battery connector. Connect the DMM Calibrator to the UUT volt/ ohms/ diode-test input terminal and common.10 to . 3-19. the following calibration adjustment procedures must be performed.090 V and the beeper is sounding continuous tone.03 k 99.0010 nS *Note: Conductance (nS) range must be entered using manual range selection.003 M 9.7 to 100.00 V. If the instrument has been repaired.003 k 9.7 V (typical silicon diode threshold).5 . 2. 3-15 . then push the Range Lock button on the Calibrator to place the Calibrator in the 3.11 V. The UUT should display OL. Diode Test Performance Verification The following procedure may be used to verify proper operation of the diode test function. the Fluke 27 is referred to as the unit under test.000 kJ 10.3 k . 3-17.5 to 100. or if it has failed any of the performance tests. the Fluke 27 should maintain its specifications for a period of one year after calibration.11 M -00.Maintenance Calibration Adjustment 3 Table 3-3. (This test can not be performed unless the source can sink 0. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 0. Complete steps 1 through 7 of the disassembly procedure given earlier in this chapter. 8. 3-18.9 V.997 to 1. 4.090 V and verify that the UUT indicates approximately 0. and switch on Calibrator power. Increase the DMM Calibrator output to 0. 6. Calibration adjustments require removal of the bottom cover. Ohm Function Performance Test Step 1 2 3 4 5 6 *7 Resistance 100 J 1. 7.6 V. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 1. 3. Calibration Adjustment Under normal operating conditions. Push the DMM Calibrator Range Lock button to return to Autorange operation.3V range.0 kJ 1 MJ 10 MJ open circuit Indication 99. The beeper should turn off.6 mA at 0. Note that the UUT beeper produces a short beep as the voltage descends through 0. Note In the following procedures. Increase the Calibrator output to 1.89 to 10.997 to 1. Use a non-conductive tool for adjustments.97 to 10. Turn the UUT function selection switch to the diode test function. Calibration Preparation Allow the UUT to stabilize at an ambient temperature of 21 to 25 degrees Celsius (70 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit) and at a relative humidity of less than 80% with the power off for at least 30 minutes before beginning calibration. 5.

AC Voltage Calibration There is a single ac-to-dc converter adjustment for basic ac voltage accuracy.700 V dc. Adjust potentiometer R19 on the UUT for a display indication of 2. 1. each ac voltage range must be calibrated independently for high frequency accuracy. Refer to Figure 3-4 for calibration component locations. 3.700 V on the 3 V range. and disconnect the Calibrator from the UUT. 5. Connect the DMM Calibrator to the UUT volts/ohms/diode-test input terminal and common.eps Figure 3-3. Variable capacitors provide these high frequency adjustments. There should be no interaction between the various ranges when adjustments are made in the specified order.2 V AC Range at 10 kHz) aac06f. C4 (320 V AC Range) C10 (1000 V AC Range) R7 (3. 3-16 . Use the following procedure to calibrate the ac voltage ranges. and program the Calibrator output for 2. 4.27 Service Manual 3-20. Switch on power to the DMM Calibrator. Use the following procedure to calibrate the dc voltage function. DC Voltage Connection The dc voltage function must be calibrated before calibrating the other functions. Select the dc voltage function (F) on the UUT. Calibration Adjustment Locations 3-21. However.2 V AC Range) C8 (32 V AC Range) R19 (DC Volts) C6 (3. Program the DMM Calibrator for zero output. 2.

3-23. Adjust C10 to obtain a display of 1000 V ac ±1 V ac. 7. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 270 V ac at 10 kHz. The overall system check is helpful in 3-17 .00 V ac at 10 kHz. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 2.700 V ac ±0. 10. 9.700 ac at 100 Hz.001 V ac. perform the following overall system check. Adjust C4 to obtain a display of 270. Disconnect the DMM Calibrator from the UUT. All measurements are taken with respect to common.7 V ac at 100 Hz.017 V ac. then the unit commences normal operation. Follow the handling precautions for static sensitive components given previously. Adjust C8 to obtain a display of 27. 2.0V ac ±0. or if other malfunction indications occur during power-up or operation. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 2. 3.001 V ac. 4. 13. Power-Up Self Test When the function switch is moved to any position from the OFF position..Maintenance Troubleshooting 3 XWWarning The following procedure requires that high voltages be supplied to the UUT for calibration. Switch off both the DMM Calibrator and the UUT.700 V ac at 10 kHz.01 V ac. Read the safety precautions in the Fluke 27 Users Manual before performing the following procedure. Adjust C6 to obtain a display of 2. Overall System Check If the LCD display segments do not light. 3-22. 8. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 1000 V ac at 10 kHz. All LCD segments are switched on while the test is being performed (about 1 second). 11. Connect the DMM Calibrator to the volts/ohms/diode-test input terminal on the UUT. Refer to Table 3-4 and to the schematics in Chapter 5 of this manual as necessary during the following troubleshooting procedures.700 V ac ±0. 16. Verify that the UUT display indicates 2. the instrument performs a power-on self test.00 V±0. Adjust R7 to obtain a display of 2. Select the ac voltage function (G) on the UUT. Never remove or install components without first disconnecting all inputs to the instrument and turning the function selector switch to OFF. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 2. 3-24.700 V ac ±0. 5. Troubleshooting Caution Static discharge can damage CMOS components U1 and U2. 15.1 V ac. 14. 12. 1. 6. Program the DMM Calibrator output for 27. Refer to the instructions in paragraph 30-10 to reassemble the UUT after calibration.

1 V. Use a DVM to check for Vm (voltage middle) at pin 55 of U2. RV3. Perform step 14 of the reassembly procedure to install the main pca in the top case. bottom case.) 5.6 V dc ±0. R4. to pin 54 of U1 or to the junction of C17 and Y1 (the crystal). 4. d. the most likely causes are VR1. If the reference voltage is not present. the most likely causes are U1. Connect either an oscilloscope or frequency counter. then apply a 2 V dc input through the volts/ohms/diode-test input terminal. Check pin l of the input divider (Z l ) for 2 V dc. 2. If 2 V dc is not present. 1. Check pin 3 of Z1 for approximately 200 mV dc. b. R15. Refer to the disassembly and reassembly procedures as necessary (paragraphs 3-9 and 3-10). Use a Digital Voltmeter (DVM) to check the battery voltage at the battery connector (battery voltage must be above 6. 3. RV1. 3-25. Note that U2 and the display will not operate if the clock signal is not present. Check the active filter input (pin 28 of U1) for approximately 200 mV dc. If Vm is not present. 6. or at the junction of R3 and R4. battery replacement is advised. 1. Select the dc voltage function (F). Using a DVM. R12.3 V). Faulty components in the input signal path can be identified using this procedure. If 200 mV is not present. 5.) 3-18 . or C13. (Measurement may be affected by loading. Vm should be 1. Use a DVM to check for a reference voltage of 1.5 V. the most likely causes are R3. R37. R19. If the clock signal is not present. If 200 mV is not present. measure the 2 V input at the input terminal (Jl). or RV5 may be defective. using a low-capacitance probe. c. Set up the instrument as follows: a. RV2. DC Voltage Signal Tracing The following procedure is a step-by-step method of tracing a dc voltage input through the instrument’s circuits to the output of the active filter. RV4. and main pca/shield assembly from the instrument.768 kHz sine wave with an amplitude of approximately 600 mV peak-to-peak should be present at the junction of C17 and Y1 (3 V peak-to-peak at U1 pin 54). Sl. Select the dc voltage function (F). A 32. either Z1 RU 8 PD\ EH GHIHFWLYH 0HDVXUHPHQW PD\ EH DSSUR[LPDWHO\  ORZ LI D 0 input impedance DVM is being used for signal tracing. pin 16 of J8. Perform steps 21 through 23 of the disassembly procedure to remove the top and bottom shields from the main pca. R2.00V dc (adjustable through R l 9) at pin 13 of U1 or at the junction of R15 and R18. Perform step 15 of the reassembly procedure to secure the main pca to the input terminals.27 Service Manual isolating a malfunction to the component area. 4. 3. or U1. Perform steps 1 through 10 of the disassembly procedure to remove the battery cover. Y1 or C17. U1 may be defective. If battery voltage is less than 7. All measurements are taken with respect to common. R18. and Table 3-4 provides further fault isolation within the component area. 2. Normal current drain is less than 600 µA.

If 200 mV is not present. C19. C21 R9. R13. R30 Q11. C18. C20 shorted Q1. C18. R19. The center column recommends actions to determine the exact problem. U1 F1. Check the active filter output (pin 29 of U1) for approximately 200 mV dc. R18. U1 Display Assembly C18.U1. Fault Diagnosis Guide Symptom Blank display Display reads zero in volt dc Display hangs up in self-test mode Display reads OL or 0 in 320 mA range Display reads 0 in 320 mA or 10A ranges AC volts is inaccurate 320 mV range reads OL AC volts measurement noisy at 50-60 Hz Wrong annunciator displayed Volts inaccurate Ohms inaccurate Intermittent display Display reads constant offset in volts Ohms reads low or will not read OL Ohms reads random or alternates between Recommended Action Do system check given in paragraph 3-24.Y1.Z1. C20.C19 S1R. The left column lists various malfunction. R37. or C19 may be defective.Q2 shorted or leaky R2. R12.) 3-26. R20. R14 Check calibration R31. U1. The left column lists various malfunction symptoms. U1 RV2-RV5 Z1.S1 R15. U1. VR1. R9. The right column lists the components most likely to be defective. RT1 Check calibration Clean connectors and connector strips on LCD and pca 3-19 . Possible Component BT1. R29. F2.C13 RT1. Fault Diagnosis Guide Table 3-3 presents a fault diagnosis guide for the Fluke 27. R32. Do system check given in paragraph 3-24. R16. Z1. R16.Maintenance Troubleshooting 3 6. (Measurement may be affected by loading. U1 R13. Table 3-4. R10.U2. Do do signal tracing in paragraph 3-25.

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In the U. In the event that the part ordered has been replaced by a new or improved part.. Revision levels are printed on the component side of each pca.e. 4-3 . order directly from the Fluke Parts Dept. Each assembly is accompanied by an illustration showing the location of each part and its reference designator. Parts price information is available from the Fluke Corporation or its representatives. if necessary. 4-2. Parts are listed by assembly. Prices are also available in a Fluke Replacement Parts Catalog which is available on request. Manual Status Information The Manual Status Information table that precedes the parts list defines the assembly revision levels that are documented in the manual. or from the Fluke Corporation and its authorized representatives by using the part number under the heading FLUKE STOCK NO.List of Replaceable Parts Introduction 4 4-1. Reference designator Fluke stock number Description (as given under the DESCRIPTION heading) Quantity 4-3. factory-selected part) Caution A * symbol indicates a device that may be damaged by static discharge. The parts lists give the following information: • • • • • • Reference designator An indication if the part is subject to damage by static. alphabetized by reference designator. the replacement will be accompanied by an explanatory note and installation instructions.. Introduction This chapter contains an illustrated list of replaceable parts for the Fluke 27 Multimeters. How to Obtain Parts Electrical components may be ordered directly from the manufacturer by using the manufacturers part number. include the following information when you place an order: • • • • • • Instrument model and serial number Part number and revision level of the pca containing the part.S. Description Fluke stock number Total quantity Any special notes (i. by calling 1-800-526-4731. To ensure prompt delivery of the correct part.

use only specified parts. visit Fluke’s Web site at www. Do not use to check electrical blasting circuits. 4-4 . when applicable. 4-5. XWWarning To ensure safety. The Fluke 27 multimeter was tested by MSHA for intrinsic safety in methane air mixtures only. These changes are documented on a manual supplement which. If your instrument has MSHA approval. a decal stating so will be present on the bottom of your instrument. To maintain MSHA permissibility. Newer Instruments Changes and improvements made to the instrument are identified by incrementing the revision letter marked on the affected pca. call one of the following telephone numbers: USA: 1-888-99-FLUKE (1-888-993-5853) Canada: 1-800-36-FLUKE (1-800-363-5853) Europe: +31 402-675-200 Japan: +81-3-3434-0181 Singapore: +65-738-5655 Anywhere in the world: +1-425-356-5500 Or. repairs to this instrument must be made using parts exactly like those furnished by the Fluke Corporation. Use exact repleacement parts where specified. Service Centers To contact Fluke. The Fluke 27 multimeter is MSHA approved with a 9 V NEDA 1604 (carbonzinc) battery only. is included with the manual.fluke.com. when servicing. Any changes in the intrinsically safe circuitry or components may result in an unsafe condition. Do not connect to an electrically energized circuit in a hazardous area. The following Warning applies only if the decal is present: XWWarning The Fluke 27 multimeters are approved (permissible) by the United States Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) for use in mines (approval 2G-3665-0).27 Service Manual 4-4. Note The Fluke 27 Multimeter has been designed to meet the requirements of the United States Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration for use in mines.

factory-selected part) WCaution A * symbol indicates a device that may be damaged by static discharge. Parts are listed by assembly.List of Replaceable Parts Parts Lists 4 4-6.e. Parts Lists The following tables list the replaceable parts for the 27 Multimeter. alphabetized by reference designator. Each assembly is accompanied by an illustration showing the location of each part and its reference designator. Manual Status Information Ref Des A1 A2 A4 Assembly Name Main PCA Digital PCA (SN _______ and below) Digital PCA (above SN ________ ) Fluke Part No. The parts lists give the following information: • • • • • • Reference designator An indication if the part is subject to damage by static discharge Description Fluke stock number Total quantity Any special notes (i. 665007 665067 2096549 Revision Level A E 003 4-5 ..

P.PH. YELLOW SHAFT.STL.STL.312 SCREW. Final Assembly Reference Designator A1 A2 A4 BT 1 WF 1 WF 2 H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7 H8 H9 MP 1 MP 2 MP 3 MP 4 MP 5 MP 6 MP 7 MP 8 MP 9 MP 10 NP 11 MP 12 MP 13 MP 14 MP 15 MP 16 MP 17 MP 18 MP 19 MP 20 MP 21 MP 23 MP 24 MP 25 MP 26 MP 61 S3 TM 1 TM 2 U3 Description MAIN PCA DIGITAL PCA (SN below 8469001) DIGITAL PCA (SN 8469001 and above) BATTERY. FLUKE 27 TEST LEADS DECAL YEL.FLAT.BATTERY.. 1000 VAC/DC FUSE. 1000 VAC/DC WASHER..1.DETENT RING.970 L DECAL..P.ELASTOMERIC.MULTIPLEXED Fluke Stock Number 665007 665067 2096549 696534 943121 803293 696591 682310 721670 448456 129890 682070 733394 157008 739912 744508 2094238 654079 705947 654046 697078 2094094 654038 654384 203091 654335 744474 654392 670585 697185 665023 655894 683664 665034 682500 809871 855742 744607 738047 738120 665031 2094100 690203 690206 654293 Total Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 3 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4-6 .PH. YEL FOOT.RET.PO. MOMENTARY 27 USERS MANUAL 27 SERVICE MANUAL LCD.4-40. BATTERY.612 ID.1.. FLUKE 27 CONN.PO.4-40. TOP SHIELD SHIELD.188 DIA DECAL. YEL BOTTOM SHIELD ASSEMBLY O-RING.1.250 SCREW.4-14. F44/100A.PH. CASE BAIL.P.3.PH.4-40.TOP CASE BOTTOM.6-20..0. WARNING ALLIGATOR CLIP BLACK ALLIGATOR CLIP RED COVER. FLUKE 27 KNOB SWITCH.4-20. LCD INTERCONNECT MASK.SYN RUBBER.FLAT.STL.070 WIDE SPRING.000 WASHER. LCD TO PWB. TILT.114 ID. FLUKE 27 SUPPORT.STL.080 COVER. MSHA APPROVAL.STL.BAR GRAPH.9 V.27 Service Manual Table 4-1.FLAT.0-15 MA FUSE.SYN RUBBER.PH.020 THK SCREW.SYN RUBBER. 11 A.STL.STL.FIH.STL.1.75 DIGIT..SEMS. YEL O-RING.030 CASE TOP.LOCK. FUSE SWITCH.710.EXT. YEL O-RING.125. TOP CASE.256 SCREW.103 WIDE SPACER...6-32. SWITCH SUPPORT.295 ID.3.375 SCREW..312.P.0...PH.LCD.P.THD FORM.STL.000 SCREW.6..TEFLON.375 SCREW.THD FORM.

Final Assembly 4-7 .List of Replaceable Parts Parts Lists 4 Top Case/Digital PCA Subsection MP2 H1 MP4 MP7 MP19 U3 MP2 (2PL) MP18 H2 (2PL) MP1 MP5 MP6 S3 A2 H5 (4PL) Main Board Subsection MP9 MP8 A1 MP3 Button-Up Subsection MP13 F1 F2 MP10 MP12 MP11 MP21 MP61 MP15 BT1 H4 (3PL) MP17 H8 (2PL) H9 (2PL) F1 F2 H3 (4PL) H7 (4PL) MP16 MP14 H6 FLUKE 27 T&B aac07f.eps Figure 4-1.

SI.0 PF.+-20%.50 PPM An * indicates a static-sensitive part.POLYES.POLYES.BV= 75.RES.+-1%.10 V C 17.402K.63 V C 20 CAP.40 CAP.0.SI.+-0.MF.0.50 V C 41.125 W. LOW LEAKAGE CR 7 * DIODE.+-5%.63 V C 49 CAP. 25.+-5%.POLYCA.VAR.+-20%.N-JFET. FENCE MP 8 SUPPORT. 100 PPM R4 RES.4007 A52R. 36 CAP.47 UF.1.0.TA.+-10%.01 UF. 100 PPM R 13 RES.33.10 PF.POLYES.VAR.033 UF.0.0.5W.MF.1000 PF.+-10%.100 K.+-5%. A1 Main PCA Reference Designator Description Fluke Stock Number 665015 721928 448183 721480 714600 732644 714618 732651 733444 714550 740654 714766 714543 720979 697409 721050 715037 658971 714535 733386 668959 721472 649913 721589 740654 733451 715268 557587 707075 887203 723817 659516 857792 722280 656108 707646 685404 721936 723734 698233 103454 107695 655274 655217 658963 706655 689638 714311 721803 649962 697557 714295 Total Qty 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 4 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A3 * FUSE PCA AR 1 * IC.01 UF.0.POLYCA.1N.0.20PPM R3 RES.POLYCA.44.+-10%.+-10%.027 UF.022UF.RAD T&R Q 13 * TRANSISTOR.100PPM R 10 RES.5W. 19 CAP.CF.3.lOUF. 33.1000 PF.100 V C 38.50 V C 23.SI.+-2%.125 W. CERM.DO-41 CR005 DIODE RL 1N4007R05A.50 V.COG C8 CAP.0.0.SI.SI.+-1%.COG C 18.COG C 48 CAP. HI V PROTECT R2 RES.+-20%.COG C 11 CAP.CER.COJ C 31.SI.CER C9 CAP.CER.50V.033 UF.3 K. 10 CAP.3 W R9 RES.1000V C 35 CAP.6-50PF.T092 R1 76-4R01T-K.100 PPM R 15 RES.VAR. R-NET.RADIAL INSERTED L1 RF COIL ASSEMBLY MP 1 SHIELD.CER.0.8 K.+-10%.DIODE.63 V C14 CAP C15 CAP C 16 CAP.430 PF.25%.33 PF.MF.1%.PNP.25 W R7 RES.+-20%. 37 CAP.+80-20%.22 UF.+-0.5100 PF.CER.SIP.0.1KV.+-20%.14.1%.500.CAP.301 K.125 W.1K.Z5U C 34 CAP.27 Service Manual Table 4-2.R05.0.SI.25 W.POLYCA.50V. OP AMP.1000 V C 4.50 V.TO-92. 50 CAP.+-5%.0. 2.POLYES.5 PF.CER.CERM.POLYES.50V C 51 CAP.10 V C 30 CAP.5K.WW.TO-92 Q 12 * TRANSISTOR.50 V.25 W R 14 RES.125 W.DIODE.SI.50 V.4. 41 RES.18 PIN Q 1.0.+-10%.50 V C 21 CAP.22 UF.+-10%.A52R.X7R CR 1-4 DIODE.0 V.CER C7 CAP.+-20%.2-7 PF.N-JFET.027 UF.1A.+-1%. 42 CAP.A52R.SELECTED IEBO.+-5%.1500 V.+-20%.MF.+-5%.0.POLYPR.1A.25-1.100 V.BV=35 V.0.1700 V.0.0. 11 * TRANSISTOR.O.TEFLON C6 CAP.MF.107 K.332 K.+-0.+-10%.TO-92 Q 15 * TRANSISTOR.63 V C 22.CER.+-1%.CF.MF.+-0.CER.1KV.220 PF. LOW POWER C3 CAP.DO-41 CR 6 * DIODE.PCA P1 CONNECTOR.100 V.100 PPM R 12 RES.VAR.+-5%.5 M.50 V.MF.CER.100 PPM R 6. 39 CAP.TA.0.POLYES.022 UF.125 W.NPN.0.l UF. 4-8 .RES.0.COG C 43 CAP.25 PF.

ROTARY (LOWER) 52-4015T.+-.10 =1A * IC.+-0.25%.5.+-1%.CF.60 PPM TC.25%.8025 AP25 CHIP ASSEMBLY TESTED DIODE.1 M.+-5%.MF.CF.768 KHZ.CONNECTOR..+-. 32 R 35 R 36 R 37 R 38 R 39 R 40 RV 1-5 RT 1 S1 S2 U1 U7 VR 1 W002 XF 3.0.5.RECT.+-1%.995..POS.3 X 8 MM * OHMS/INPUT RES NET ASSY TESTED JF25 Fluke Stock Number 649970 714287 658989 658948 655423 714980 714998 715029 715011 721571 721787 721795 732800 732818 681841 706&38 602995 654301 654319 700112 418582 654707 665049 707190 659524 670577 643031 616938 Total Qty 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 An * indicates a static-sensitive part.1 MA THERMISTOR.20 K.25 W RES.125 W.25 W RES.WIRE.100 PPM RES.0.CF.BATTERY..499 K.5 M.1K.0.4.0.WW.412 K.FUSE FLUKE 27-4401.0.+-0.47 K.MF. 29 R 18 R 19 R 20 R 23 R 26 R 27 R 30 R 31.List of Replaceable Parts Parts Lists 4 Table 4-2.3 W RES.50PPM RES.49 K. 4-9 .0.MF.+-5%.6 XBT 1 Y1 Z1 Description RES.+-1%.25 C SWITCH.4 XF 5.0.25 W RES.5%.1. A1 Main PCA (cont) Reference Designator R 16.23 V.MF.0.CF.MF.4.0.125 W.0.BRIDGE.125 W.+-1%.+-10%.WW.+-20%.+-1%.005.22.0.25 W RES.50 PPM RES.BAND-GAP REFERENCE FLUKE 27-4501.+-40%. 28.CF.+-5%.+-5%. ROTARY (UPPER) SWITCH.125 W.100 K.0.125 W.ASSY CRYSTAL.125 W.l.25%.25 W RES.32..50 PPM RES.+-5%.CERM.RECT.BV=50 V.1.MILLIAMP JUMPER1 600 VOLT FUSE CONTACT CONTACT.25 W VARISTOR.VAR.100 PPM RES.4 W RES.+-5%.200 K.7 K.600 V.300 K.CF.5 W RES.430 V.MF.SI.6 K.100 PPM RES.0.

eps Figure 4-2. A1 Main PCA 4-10 .27 Service Manual MP8 XF5 XF3 J5-1 J5-2 XF4 XF6 J5-3 J5-4 Fluke 27-4001 aac08f.

0. 44-47 J8 LS 1 U2 Description Fluke Stock Number Total Qty 6 1 1 1 CAP.CER.4 BIT MICROCOMPUTER 733386 707026 602490 685628 An * in ’S’ column indicates a static-sensitive part.50 V.18 POS AF TRANSD.List of Replaceable Parts Parts Lists 4 Table 4-3.CMOS.PIEZO.Z5U SOCKET.0.PWB.22 UF. 13.100 CTR.+80-20%.24 MM * IC. A2 Digital PCA Reference Designator C 12. Fluke 27-4002 aac09f.eps Figure 4-3. A2 Digital PCA 4-11 .1 ROW.

CERM.32M.100 CTR.1 ROW.+/-10%.100PPM RES..100K.PIEZO.10K.PWB.0.+/-1%..+/-1%.18 POS AF TRANSD.eps Figure 4-4.0.100PPM RES.48.CERM.32.25 V.CLIP CAN 942529 707026 602490 643863 605052 943639 2095002 1627036 An * in ’S’ column indicates a static-sensitive part.49. 51.CERMET.7PF.X7R.30/105PPM. .24 MM RES. Fluke 27-4004 aac13f.+/-1%.27 Service Manual Table 4-4.768KHZ.CER.16 BIT MICROCOMPUTER CRYSTAL.54-57 R 58 R 61. A4 Digital PCA 4-12 .1 UF.0.063W.0805 SOCKET.3.62 U2 Y2 Description Fluke Stock Number Total Qty 8 1 1 12 1 2 1 1 CAP. A4 Digital PCA Reference Designator C 52-59 J 48 LS 1 R 42-46.063W.1W.400PPM * IC.

Chapter 5 Schematic Diagrams 5-1 .

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A1 Main PCA 5-3 .eps Figure 5-1.Schematic Diagrams 5 MP8 XF5 XF3 J5-1 J5-2 XF4 XF6 J5-3 J5-4 Fluke 27-4001 aac08f.

1K 2 0 % 3.5MM 1J5 J3 J5 3 FUSE 2 J5 4 J5 BOARD WP5 U7 ROTARY SWITCH CONNECTIONS POSITION OFF(UP) VAC MVAC MAAC/AAC UAAC M1 A MILLIAMPS/ MICROAMPS 8.005 0.5W 100K R20 4.033 63V P C 220PF 50V C 430PF 50V C 22PF 50V C 6-50PF 50V C 1 A 1.eps .001 20% 100V PC 10.027 63V P C .01K 1.022 WW 4MM 10% 1000V M R40 200K 1 C4 0.25% 4 W WW R36 47K AMPS 8.5MM J2 WP4 COMMON J4 L1 1N4007 CR1 1N4007 Figure 5-1.111M RV3 430V 0.5MM 11F 10F 2 3F 2 C10 0.1% 402K 0.995M 6F 2MM 5F A 7F 7 7 7 6F R38 1.27 RV1 430V 1.25-1.5PF 1700V TEFLON JPAD5 Q15 2N3906 FRONT 9F RV5 430V FRONT 8F 4F R14 500 0.5K 1000V 2MM C3 5% 5W +t .25-1.01K S2 C49 .5MM J1 VDD Service Manual S2 WP2 2MM S1 1F 12F 1 1 R39 300K CR6 R1 1.022 10% 50V M 9R 8R 4R 5 REAR 5 C5 C 4 R25 Q1 SEL Q2 SEL Q11 SEL C34 .0M CERM 2MM 1000VAC 10KHZ 270VAC 10KHZ 3F RT1 R2 1.25% RV2 430V 1MM 2.7VAC 10KHZ FLUKE 27-1001 aac10f.5PF 1700V TEFLON Z1 C30 4.7PF 50V 5100PF 50V C . A1 Main PCA (cont) S1F S1R 2-6-8 3-6-8 3-4-6-8 2-3-8-9 3-8-9 OHMS OFF(DOWN) DT 3-4-6-8-9 2-3-8 S2F 6-8 6-9 6-8 3-6 3-6 S2R 4-8 4-8-9 4-9 4-8 4-9 4-8 8-9 4-8-9 C51 .5MM Z1 C9 2% C11 5% C48 5% C15 20% 6 5 4 Z1 C7 5% C14 5% C8 2 3 Z1 Z1 C6 2 RV4 430V C35 .5 2-7PF 2.01 10% 100V C R23 .001 20% 1000V M R9 0.995 0.0PF 2 1500V C 27VAC 10KHZ 7 1 9.5% WW CR2 CR4 1N4007 R41 100K 1N4007 CR3 WP1 STDOFF A SH1 1 2 3 WP3 MTG UADC MADC/ADC MVDC VDC 2-3-6-8-9 2-3-4-8-9 3-4-8 3-4-8-9 6-8 6-9 6-8 - 4-9 4-8 4-8-9 4-9 5-7 4-5 6-7 7-10-11 3-5 6-7 11-12 4-5 11-12 1-10-11-12 5-7 6-7 11-12 3-12 10-11 1-4-5 11-12 3-5-6-7 10-11-12 4-5-7 11-12 C 100V 5-4 VOLTS/OHMS/ DIODE TEST 8.0001K 101.

0M R7 1K 20% R15 107K 1% C20 .8K 0.1 10% 50V M R16 R33 100K 225.01 10% 50V M GUARD VDD 46 8 53 38 23 5 6 7 20 22 32 34 41 4 54 52 VSS CR7 1N4448 BPR1 BPR2 CLK NWR NRD NDAV 3 2 56 10 9 57 3 4 10 1 2 9 B2 B1 B0 VSS V1 V2 V3 V4 RRS DCS AM1 AP25 TEST OHS U1 INPUT NETWORK XTAL2 XTAL1 33 35 36 37 VDD VDD VDD VDD V0 B3 31 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 D0 D1 D2 D3 51 50 49 48 12 13 14 15 R6 15 19 24 55 100K R10 44.25% CW Figure 5-1.22 50V C 50V C R27 1.0M 1.027 10% 63V PC C41 10PF 20% C43 50V R35 220PF C 4.22 0.1% 25 21 P1 P1 P1 P1 A3 1 5 DIGITAL BOARD A P1 A2 60 6 AM0 LO EC AC CONVERTER ACTIVE FILTER BUFFER/ INTEGRATOR P1 59 58 7 8 27 VDD 13 P1 P1 14 C O M 12 BIAS 11 ACFLG 18 ACS 17 ACP 47 PAZ 26 ACB 16 A C N 30 ACLO 28 AFI 29 AFO 39 F A - 40 FAO 44 AZ 45 INT 43 K0 42 K1 A0 A1 VDD R29 1.3K 1% R37 5.25% R31 VR1 1.0K C16 10 20% 10V T Z1 CW R32 C38 0.VDD S1 VDD CR5 1N4007 Q12 SEL 1 3 8 6 2 6R 4 5 7 7R 4R 8R 9R 2R C33 REAR 3R 0.0M C39 0. A1 Main PCA (cont) R12 14. VDC 20% 50V C A 17 9 P1 Q13 SEL1 R3 301K 1% 8 10 VSS 18 16 P1 P1 R4 332K 1% 11 P1 FLUKE 27-1001 Schematic Diagrams aac11f.50M 1% AR1 ICL7611 20% 10V T C36 .25% 2.91K C21 .22 50V C C50 33PF 5 % 50V C C17 33PF 5% 50V C Y1 32.23V VDD 22.1 10% 50V M C42 10PF 20% 50V C R30 20.6K 0.027 10% 63V PC 110.7VAC 100HZ 22.033 10% 63V PP R13 1.47 10% 50V M C19 .22 50V C C32 0.eps 5 5-5 .01 10% 50V M GUARD C23 22 20% 10V T R19 100K 20% 2.5M C18 .7K R18 412K 1% C22 .49K 1% R28 1.0K 0.6K 0.768KHZ R26 499K 1% BT1 9V C37 22 C40 C31 0.

22 50V C LS1 4KHZ C45 0.22 50V C C13 0.22 50V C 6 13 12 58 57 7 4 3 2 1 ALPHA OSCOUT OSCIN R2 R1 BETA DIO1 DIO2 DIO3 DIO4 O26 O16 O25 O15 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 J8 4 10 1 2 9 12 13 14 15 5 6 7 8 18 41 40 36 35 16 VDD J8 17 C12 0.2 U1 U3 FLUKE 27-4002 VDD S3 RANGE S4 REL S5 MIN/MAX S6 HOLD 11 10 9 5 K4 K3 K2 K1 U2 S M 4 AOS2 OS1 O11 O21 O31 O41 O12 O22 O32 O42 O13 O23 O33 O43 O14 O24 O34 O44 O15 O25 O35 O45 O16 O26 O36 O46 O17 O27 O37 O47 O18 O28 O38 O48 R3 R4 ACL GND H1 GND H2 U3 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 59 60 H1 H2 NS M 4C 4A 4F 4D 3C 3A 3F 3D 2C 2A 2F 2D 1B 1AGD H BGBG1 BG3 BG5 BG7 BG9 BG11 BG13 BG15 BG17 BG19 BG21 BG23 BG25 BG27 BG29 MAX MIN BG0 BG2 BF4 BG6 BG8 BG10 BG12 BG14 BG16 BG18 BG20 BG22 BG24 BG26 BG28 BG30 27LCD K 4B 4G 4E DP300 3B 3G 3E DP30 2B 2G 2E DP3 1C 1E J8 3 C44 0.22 50V C C46 0.eps Figure 5-2.27 Service Manual REFERENCE DESIGNATON LAST NOT USED USED C47 C1-11.22 50V C C47 0. A2 Digital PCA 5-6 .22 50V C 8 38 54 53 J8 J8 16 11 55 56 VM VD T1 T2 B A 14 15 52 FLUKE 27-1002 aac12f.14-43 J1-7 J8 LS1 S6 S1.

A4 Digital PCA 5-7 .Schematic Diagrams 5 Fluke 27-4004 Aac13eps Figure 5-3.

6/CAOUT S13 P2.6/S35 P4.0 0.1/A1 S26 P6.27 1 60 100 R58 CLK 7 11 10 DVCC DVCC2 AVCC JTAG PADS 0.1/S0 P3.1 UTXD1/P4.5/TACLK/ACLK S21 P1.2/STE1/S39 P4.7/ADC12CLK S14 P2.4/SOMI1/S37 P4. THIS PART/ASSEMBLY IS USED IN A MSHA APPROVED PR0DUCT.3/SIMO1/S38 P4.1U NOLOAD 1.7/A7/SUSIN S32 P6.6/CA0 S22 P1.1U 2.4/UTXD0 S11 P2.5/TB4 S3 P3.3 COM3/P5.5/R13 R03 MSP430F448 62 63 TP1 TP2 LS1 2 A1 A0 R57 100K NOLOAD FL27-LCD 742932 DEF U1 DBGF2 BPR2 JT6 JT5 JT4 JT3 JT2 JT1 TCK TMS TDI TDO 93 92 91 90 TCK TMS TDI TDO/TDI 27LCD NS J8 2 2 VDD 6 5 4 3 2 97 96 95 S3 NOLOAD NOLOAD S4 1 1 RANGE REL SEG3 SEG1 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 SEG13 SEG14 SEG15 SEG16 SEG17 SEG18 M 4C 4A 4F 4D 3C 3A 3F 3D 2C 2A 2F 2D 1B 1AGD H K 4B 4G 4E DP300 3B 3G 3E DP30 2B 2G 2E DP3 1C 1E TO ANALOG NWR NRD BPR1 BPR2 A3 A2 A1 A0 NDAV CLK 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 DBGP7 DBGP6 DBGP5 DBGP4 BOOTLOAD DBGP3 DBGP2 DBGP1 DBGP0 2 2 100K R54 NDAV S6 S5 NOLOAD NOLOAD 100K R55 CLK 1 1 HOLD MIN/MAX K4 K3 K2 K1 R42 100K 100K 100K 100K D0 D1 D2 D3 VMID R43 R56 100K R44 R45 VDD DBGF1 DBGF0 DBGRXD DBGTXD NRD 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ACL NWR VDD Figure 5-4.2/TB1 S9 P2.4 99 61 98 52 53 54 55 DEBUG NOLOAD NOLOAD NOLOAD R50 100K 100K 100K R51 R52 R53 100K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DBGP0 DBGP1 DBGP2 DBGP3 DBGP4 DBGP5 DBGP6 DBGP7 DBGF2 DBGF3 Fluke 27-1004 SEE BOARD REVISION TABLE COM0 COM1 COM0 COM1 20 VDD 1 5-8 OTHERWISE SPECIFIED VDD VDD VDD Service Manual NOTES: UNLESS C55 C53 VMID VDD 0.6/A6 S31 P6. C54 0.0/TA0 S16 S15 P2.0/STE0 aac14f.3/TBOUTH/SVSOUT S19 P1.4/TB3 S2 P3.768KHZ 8 XIN 9 XOUT/TCLK 89 XT2IN 88 XT2OUT BPR1 1 PIEZO 4KHZ JT8 U2 A2 A3 P5.0 32.4/TBCLK/SMCLK S20 P1.3/UCLK0 P5.7/R33 P5.7/S34 S33 P6.7/TB6 S5 P3.0/TA2 S7 S6 P3. R59 0.5/URXD0 S12 P2.2/TA1 S18 P1.4/A4 S29 P6.2/SOMI0 P5.7/CA1 S23 P1. A4 Digital PCA (cont) VDD P1 R46 100K 100K 100K 100K SEG19 SEG20 SEG21 SEG22 SEG23 SEG24 SEG25 SEG26 SEG27 SEG28 SEG29 SEG30 SEG31 SEG32 SEG33 SEG34 SEG35 SEG2 BR3 BR2 BR1 BR0 D3 D2 D1 D0 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 BGBG1 BG3 BG5 BG7 BG9 BG11 BG13 BG15 BG17 BG19 BG21 BG23 BG25 BG27 BG29 MAX BG0 BG2 BF4 BG6 BG8 BG10 BG12 BG14 BG16 BG18 BG20 BG22 BG24 BG26 BG28 BG30 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 DBGF3 SEG35 SEG34 SEG33 SEG32 SEG31 SEG30 SEG29 SEG28 SEG27 SEG26 SEG25 SEG24 SEG23 SEG22 SEG21 SEG20 SEG19 SEG18 SEG17 SEG16 SEG15 SEG14 SEG13 SEG12 SEG11 SEG10 SEG9 SEG8 SEG7 SEG6 SEG5 SEG4 SEG3 SEG2 SEG1 SEG0 SEG0 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 19 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 22 40 21 MIN H1 H2 R47 R48 R49 P4.2 COM2/P5.0 ACL R63 0.1/TB0 S8 P2. ALL RESISTANCE IS IN OHMS.0 NOLOAD 10.3/TB2 S10 P2.32M 59 58 57 56 VDD C52 Y2 3 2 URXD1/P4.1/TA0/MCLK S17 P1.2/A2 S27 P6.5/A5 S30 P6. CHANGES MUST BE APPROVED BY FLUKE PRODUCT SAFETY ENGINEERING AND MSHA.5/UCLK/S36 P4. R60 0.0/S1 P3. ALL CAPACITANCE IS IN MICRO-FARADS.6/R23 P5.1/SIMO0 P3.eps .1U 1 VREF-/ VeREF- BL3 BL2 BL1 DBGTXD DBGRXD DBGF0 DBGF1 NOLOAD DVSS1 DVSS2 AVSS COM0 COM1/P5.0/A0 S25 S24 P1.32M RST* 94 RST*/NMI 3.0K NOLOAD R61 VEREF VREF + + R62 3.6/TB5 S4 P3.3/A3 S28 P6.1U 4.

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