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Fluke 45 Multímetro digital
Fabricante:
Fluke
Modelo: 45
Fecha: 1999
Categoría: Los instrumentos de medición
Grupo: Multímetro digital
Descripción: Dual Display Multimeter
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1
Introduction..............................................................................................1-1
Introducing the Fluke 45 Dual Display
Multimeter............................................1-1
Options and
Accessories......................................................................................1-2
Where to go from
Here........................................................................................1-2
2 Getting
Started.........................................................................................2-1
Introduction..........................................................................................................2-1
Getting
Started.....................................................................................................2-1
Unpacking and Inspecting the
Meter..............................................................2-1
Front Panel and Rear
Panel.............................................................................2-1
Adjusting the
Handle.......................................................................................2-1
Line
Power.......................................................................................................2-1
Turning the Meter
on...........................................................................................2-3
Using the
Pushbuttons..........................................................................................2-3
Selecting a Measurement
Range.........................................................................2-5
Automatic Input Terminal
Selection...................................................................2-5
Taking Some Basic
Measurements.....................................................................2-5
Measuring Voltage, Resistance, or
Frequency...............................................2-6
Measuring
Current...........................................................................................2-6
Diode/Continuity
Testing................................................................................2-6
Operating the Meter Under Battery Power
(Optional)........................................2-9
Rack
Mounting.....................................................................................................2-9
3 Operating the Meter From the Front
Panel..........................................3-1
Introduction..........................................................................................................3-1
Front Panel
Operations........................................................................................3-1
Display.................................................................................................................3-2
Primary
Display...............................................................................................3-2
Secondary
Display...........................................................................................3-2
Input
Terminals....................................................................................................3-4
Selecting a Measurement
Function.....................................................................3-5
Ranging................................................................................................................3-5
Autoranging.....................................................................................................3-5
Manual
Ranging..............................................................................................3-8
Measuring
Frequency...........................................................................................3-8
Frequency
Ranging..........................................................................................3-8
Frequency Measurement
Rates.......................................................................3-9
Measuring Frequency of Current (100 mA and 10A)
Inputs.........................3-9
Frequency Sensitivity
Selection.....................................................................3-9
Selecting A Function
Modifier............................................................................3-10
REL (Relative Readings)
Modifier.................................................................3-11
dB (Decibels and Audio Power)
Modifier......................................................3-12
HOLD (Touch Hold)
Modifier.......................................................................3-13
MN mX (Minimum Maximum)
Modifier......................................................3-13
Using Function Modifiers in
Combination.....................................................3-13
Selecting A Measurement Rate
(Rate)...........................................................3-14
Using the
(^)Button......................................................................................3-14
Using The Compare (Comp)
Function................................................................3-16
The List and Number
Editors.........................................................................3-16
Using the List
Editor.......................................................................................3-17
Using the Number
Editor.................................................................................3-18
Power-Up
Configuration......................................................................................3-19
Factory Settings of Power-Up
Configuration.................................................3-19
Changing the Power-Up
Configuration..........................................................3-19
Calibration...........................................................................................................3-20
4
Applications...............................................................................................4-1
Introduction..........................................................................................................4-1
Using the Dual
Display........................................................................................4-1
Using Measurement Functions in
Combination.............................................4-2
Taking Voltage and Current Measurements Using the Dual
Display...........4-2
Response
Times...................................................................................................4-4
How the Meter Makes Dual Display
Measurements..........................................4-5
Updating the Primary and Secondary Displays with a Single
Measurement 4-5 Updating the Primary and Secondary Displays
with Separate Measurements 4-5
Update Rate in the Dual Display
Mode..........................................................4-7
External
Trigger...................................................................................................4-7
Thermal
Voltages.................................................................................................4-8
When Measuring
Resistance................................................................................4-9
Two-Wire
Configuration.................................................................................4-9
Correcting for Test Lead
Resistance..............................................................4-9
True RMS
Measurements....................................................................................4-9
Effects of Internal Noise in AC
Measurements..............................................4-10
Calculated (AC + DC) RMS
Measurements..................................................4-10
Waveform Comparison (True RMS vs. Average-Responding
Meters)........4-10
5 Operating the Meter Using the Computer
Interface...........................5-1
Introduction..........................................................................................................5-1
Local and Remote Operations
.........................................................................5-1
Preparing the Meter for Operations via the RS-232
Interface............................5-2
Setting Communication Parameters
(RS-232)................................................5-2
RS-232 Print-Only
Mode.................................................................................5-3
Cabling the Meter to a Host or Printer
(RS-232)............................................5-4
Character Echoing and
Deletion.....................................................................5-4
Device Clear Using AC (CNTRL
C)...............................................................5-4
RS-232
Prompts...............................................................................................5-4
Preparing the Meter to be Operated via IEEE-488
Interface..............................5-5
IEEE-488 Operating
Limitations....................................................................5-5
Installing the IEEE-488
Interface....................................................................5-5
Enabling the IEEE-488
Interface.....................................................................5-5
Addressing the
Meter........................................................................................5-5
Cabling the Meter to a
Host..............................................................................5-6
Getting Started With An Installation
Test............................................................5-6
Installation Test for RS-232
Operations..........................................................5-6
Installation Test for IEEE-488
Operations......................................................5-6
If Test
Fails.......................................................................................................5-7
How the Meter Processes
Input...........................................................................5-7
Input
Strings.....................................................................................................5-7
Input
Terminators.............................................................................................5-7
Typical IEEE-488 Input
Strings......................................................................5-8
Sending Numeric Values to the
Meter............................................................5-8
Sending Command Strings to the
Meter..........................................................5-8
How the Meter Processes
Output.........................................................................5-11
Triggering
Output.................................................................................................5-11
External Triggering from the Front
Panel.......................................................5-11
Setting the Trigger Type
Configuration..........................................................5-12
External Triggering via the Computer
Interface..............................................5-12
Service Requests (IEEE-488 Only and Status
Registers.....................................5-13
Event Status and Event Status Enable
Registers.............................................5-16
Status Byte
Register.........................................................................................5-17
Reading the Status Byte
Register....................................................................5-17
Service Request Enable
Register.....................................................................5-18
Computer Interface Command
Set.......................................................................5-19
IEEE-488 Capabilities and Common
Commands...........................................5-19
Function Commands and
Queries....................................................................5-22
Function Modifier Commands and
Queries....................................................5-22
Range and Measurement Rate Commands and
Queries..................................5-25
Measurement
Queries.......................................................................................5-26
Compare Commands and
Queries...................................................................5-27
Trigger Configuration
Commands...................................................................5-27
Miscellaneous Commands and
Queries...........................................................5-28
RS-232 Remote/Local
Configurations............................................................5-29
Sample Program Using the RS-232 Computer
Interface.....................................5-30
Sample Programs Using the IEEE-488 Computer
Interface................................5-31
6
Maintenance................................................................................................6-1
Introduction...........................................................................................................6-1
Cleaning................................................................................................................6-1
Line
Fuse...............................................................................................................6-1
Current Input
Fuses...............................................................................................6-2
Testing Current Input
Fuses.............................................................................6-2
Replacing the 100 mA Input
Fuse...................................................................6-3
Replacing the 10 A Input
Fuse........................................................................6-3
Self-Test Diagnostics and Error
Codes................................................................6-4
Performance
Tests.................................................................................................6-4
Service..................................................................................................................6-5
Replacement
Parts.................................................................................................6-7
Appendices
A
Specifications.................................................................................................A-1
B ASCII/IEEE-488 Bus
Codes.........................................................................B-1
C IEEE-488.2 Device Documentation
Requirements.......................................C-1
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