Equipment information

Fluke 88 Digital multimeter
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 88
Date: 1998
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
Description: Automotive Meter
Information:
                                    Your Fluke Automotive Meter is a hand-held, battery-operated
instrument for testing and troubleshooting automotive
electronic systems. 

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type: Service Manual Fluke-133-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 70
Size: 15.56 Mbytes (16314395 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: Rev. 1 11/99
Manual-ID/Number:
Date: November 1998
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
MD5: e857a1ceb53b8e21bdabfd88ddc5c596
Downloads: 3703 since 14 January 2008
Information:
This Service Manual provides information necessary to service the Fluke 88 Automotive
Meter. This information includes the following:
· Specifications
· Theory of operation
· Calibration routines
· Performance testing and troubleshooting procedures
· Replacement parts lists
· Schematic diagrams
Fluke-133-Manual-Page-1-Picture


Manual Type: User Manual Fluke-10123-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 60
Size: 4.33 Mbytes (4542204 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 666842
Date: 01 November 1998
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
MD5: a849c63ecd0671cbc434cc29a2b0686d
Downloads: 10 since 14 January 2018
Information:
INTRODUCTION
..........................................................................
1

USING THE METER SAFELY
............................................................. 1

GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH YOUR METER
..........................................3

Terminals and Input Alert
.................................................................3

Switch
.............................................................................,.....4

Pushbuttons
..............................................................................5

Digital and Analog Displays
..............................................................5

Display
Symbols...................................,......................................5

Turning on the Display
Backlight..........................................................5

HOW TO PERFORM BASIC ELECTRICAL TESTS
.......................................9

Automotive Electrical System Tests
........................................................9

What is a Measurement Range and Why It’s
Important..................................... 10

(range) Selecting a Measurement
Range.......................................................11

~V, ~V, = mV Measuring Voltage
..............................................................................................12

-w- Testing
Diodes...............................................................................................................14

mA A ~ , mA A~ Measuring
Current.............................................................................16

Testing Circuit
Continuity....................................................................................................................18

Cl Measuring
Resistance...................................................................20
USING PUSHBUTTON FUNCTIONS IN TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
......................22

( rpm ) Measuring RPM
..................................................................22

( RP" ) (Hz) Testing BP/ MAP Sensors with Frequency
Output..............................24

(% duty) Measuring Duty Cycle on a Feedback Carburetor
...................................26

(%duty) (ms-PULSE) Measuring Pulse Width
...............................................28

(mm mx) Measuring Voltages on an O2
Sensor................................................30

(hold <a) Measuring Starter Circuit Voltage Drop
............................................32

Testing the Throttle Position Sensor Using the Analog
Pointer ..............................34

(zero ^Compensating for Test Lead Resistance
.r............................................36

O SMOOTHING Rapidly Changing
Inputs...............................................38

(alert<$)(+ TRIGGER) Changing the Trigger Slope
..........................................39

(alert {) Using Change Alert to Detect Input Signal Change
..................................39

SELECTING POWER-UP OPTIONS
.......................................................40

USING THE HOLSTER AND
FLEX-STAND...............................................41

MAINTENANCE...........................................................................42

General Maintenance
.....................................................................42

Replacing the Battery
.....................................................................42

Testing the Fuse(s)
........................................................................44

Replacing the Fuse(s)
.....................................................................44

Basic Performance Test
...................................................................45

If the Meter Does Not
Work...............................................................45

ACCESSORIES AND REPLACEMENT PARTS
............................................46

SPECIFICATIONS
.........................................................................48

APPENDICES

A Duty Cycle to Dwell Conversion Chart
.....................................................55
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