Fluke -- 8062A -- Service and User Manual
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1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS ..........................1-1
l-l.
INTRODUCTION.......................................................1-1
1-2.
SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................1-2
2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
............................................2-1
2-1.
INTRODUCTION.......................................................2-1
2-2. UNPACKING YOUR INSTRUMENT..........................2-1
2-3. BATTERY INSTALLATION OR REPLACEMENT .. 2-1
2-4. FUSE REPLACEMENT
.............................................2-3
2-5. PHYSICAL
FEATURES.............................................2-3
2-6. Front
Panel.............................................................2-3
2-7.
Display...................................................................2-6
2-8. SIGNAL INPUT LIMITS
............................................2-6
2-9.
OPERATION.............................................................2-7
2-10. Power-On Self Test
..................................................2-7
2-11. AC/DC VOLTAGE (V)
............................................2-8
2-16. AC/DC Current (A)
................................................2-12
2-17. Resistance
(il).........................................................2-14
2-20. Diode
Test.............................................................2-16
2-21. Relative (REL)
.......................................................2-17
2-22. Continuity ( -n-»»I )
...............................................2-19
2-23. INITIAL CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE ........................2-20
3 THEORY OF OPERATION
.................................................3-1
3-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................3-1
3-2. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION .................................3-1
3-3.
Microcomputer.......................................................3-1
3-4. Measurement Acquisition Chip (MAC)
......................3-3
3-5. A/D Conversion Cycle
............................................3-3
3-6. Voltage Measurement
..............................................3-5
3-7. Current Measurement
..............................................3-6
3-8. Resistance
Measurement...........................................3-7
3-10. Continuity Measurement
.........................................3-7
i (continued on page ii)
4
MAINTENANCE.............................................................................................4-1
4-1.
INTRODUCTION...............................................................................4-1
4-2. SERVICE
INFORMATION...............................................................4-2
4-3 GENERAL
INFORMATION............................................................4-2
4-4. Handling Precautions for Using Static Sensitive
Devices...............4-2
4-5. Disassembly and
Reassembly.............................................................4-3
4-9. Backup Fuse
Replacement..................................................................4-8
4-10.
Cleaning................................................................................................4-8
4-11. PERFORMANCE
TESTS..................................................................4-9
4-12. Initial
Procedure....................................................................................4-9
4-13. Microcomputer and Display
Test......................................................4-9
4-14. Voltage
Test..........................................................................................4-9
4-15. Resistance
Test......................................................................................4-9
4-16. Continuity
Test.....................................................................................4-10
4-17. Current
Test...........................................................................................4-12
4-18. Diode
Test.............................................................................................4-12
4-19. CALIBRATION
ADJUSTMENTS...................................................4-12
4-20.
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................4-14
4-21.
Self-Tests...............................................................................................4-15
4-24. Troubleshooting
Guide.......................................................................4-16
5 LIST OF REPLACEABLE
PARTS..........................................................5-1
5-1.
INTRODUCTION..............................................................................5-1
5-2. HOW TO OBTAIN
PARTS...............................................................5-2
5-3. MANUAL STATUS
INFORMATION.............................................5-2
5-4. NEWER
INSTRUMENTS.................................................................5-2
5-5. SERVICE
CENTERS.........................................................................5-2
6 ACCESSORY
INFORMATION..................................................................6-1
6-1.
INTRODUCTION..............................................................................6-1
6-2. DELUXE CARRYING CASE
(C90)................................................6-1
6-3. TEMPERATURE PROBES (80T-150C and
80T-I50)...................6-1
6-4. CURRENT TRANSFORMER
(801-600)..........................................6-4
6-5. HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE
(80K-6)...................................................6-4
6-4. HIGH VOLTAGE PROBE
(80K-40)................................................6-4
6-7 HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE
(83RF)..............................................6-5
6-8 HIGH FREQUENCY PROBE
(85RF)..............................................6-5
6-9. BATTERY ELIMINATOR
(A81)......................................................6-6
6-10. CURRENT SHUNT
(80J-10)............................................................6-6
6-11. AC/DC CURRENT PROBE
(Y8100)..............................................6-7
6-12. AC CURRENT TRANSFORMER
(Y8101)....................................6-8
6-13. SAFETY DESIGNED TEST LEAD SET
(Y8132).......................6-8
6-14. DELUXE TEST LEAD SET
(Y8134)...............................................6-8
6-15. SLIM FLEX TEST LEAD SET
(Y8140)..........................................6-8
6-16. CABLES AND
ADAPTERS.............................................................6-9
7 SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS..........................................................................7-1
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Fluke 8062A Digital multimeter
Manufacturer
Fluke
Model: 8062A
Date: 1982
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
Description: True-rms Multimeter
Information:
                                    Your Fluke Model 8062A is a handheld, microcomputer-based
4-1/2 digit
multimeter that is ideally suited for use in the field,
laboratory, shop or
home. The 8062A has all the features that have become
accepted standards
for quality handheld multimeters, as well as some new
features that have not
been offered before in a handheld multimeter. New features
include the
following:
· True rms measurements for ac signals up to 30 kHz.
· Resistance measurements up to 300 MW.
· Ability to store any input signal as an offset or relative
reference value.
Other features include:
· FUNCTIONS:
Standard DMM measurement functions, such as ac and dc volts
and ac
and dc current, as well as resistance, continuity, and diode
test.
· RANGES:
Leading zero suppression.
Automatic polarity.
Overrange indication.
Protection from overloads and transients up to 1500V peak.
Dual-slope integration a/d conversion to ensure noise-free
measurements.
Autoranging MW resistance range (to 300 MW), as well as four
fixed
resistance ranges from 200W to 200 kW.
· OPERATOR CONVENIENCE:
4-1/2 digit Liquid Crystal Display.
Software-control self-test routines for quick verification
of internal
circuitry and operation.
· POWER:
170 hours of continuous operation can be expected from a 9V
alkaline
battery (NEDA 1604).