Fluke 115 user manual

User manual for the device Fluke 115

Device: Fluke 115
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114, 115, 116, and 117
Digital Multimeters
Calibration Information
Introduction
XWWarning
To avoid electric shock or injury, do not perform the performance tests or
calibration adjustment procedures unless qualified to do so.
The information provided in this document is for the use of qualified personnel
only.
The 114, 115, 116, & 117 Calibration Information provides the information necessary to adjust and verify the
performance of the Fluke Models 114, 115, 115C, 116, 116C, 117,

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Safety Information "Warning" and "Caution" Statements A “ XW Warning" identifies hazardous conditions and actions that could cause bodily harm or death. A " W Caution" identifies conditions and actions that could damage the Meter, the equipment under test, or cause permanent loss of data. XWWarnings and Precautions To avoid possible electric shock or personal injury, follow these guidelines: • Use the Meter only as specified in this man

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Digital Multimeters International Electrical Symbols International Electrical Symbols Table 1 lists the international symbols that appear in this document and on the Meter. Table 1. Electrical Symbols Symbol Description Symbol Description B AC (Alternating Current) I Fuse F DC (Direct Current) T Double Insulated X Hazardous voltage W Important Information; Refer to manual N Battery (Low battery when shown on the J Earth ground display.) ~ Do not dispose of this product as unsorted

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Accuracy Specifications Accuracy [1] Function Range Resolution Model ± ([% of Reading] + [Counts]) DC millivolts 600.0 mV 0.1 mV 0.5 % + 2 114, 115, 116, 117 6.000 V 0.001 V DC Volts 60.00 V 0.01 V 0.5 % + 2 114, 115, 116, 117 600.0 V 0.1 V DC, 45 to 500 Hz 500 Hz to 1 kHz [2] Auto-V LoZ True-rms 600.0 V 0.1 V 2.0 % + 3 4.0 % + 3 114, 116, 117 45 to 500 Hz 500 Hz to 1 kHz [2] AC millivolts True-rms 600.0 mV 0.1 mV 1.0 % + 3 2.0 % + 3

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Digital Multimeters Basic Maintenance Accuracy Specifications (cont) Accuracy [1] Function Range Resolution Model ± ([% of Reading] + [Counts]) 99.99 Hz 0.01 Hz 999.9 Hz 0.1 Hz [3] Hz (V or A input) 0.1 % + 2 115, 116, 117 9.999 kHz 0.001 kHz 50.00 kHz 0.01 kHz Notes: [1] Models listed in this column also refer to the “C” version of the model. For example, those rows containing model 115 are applicable to the 115C as well. [2] All ac ranges except Auto-V LoZ are specified from

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information VoltAle rt 117 TRUE RMS MU LTIMETER OK <.5 Lo / H HOLD MIN MAX RANGE OK Hz AUTO-V OFF LoZ V V mV Volt Alert A A Hz V A COM 10 A FUSED erc010f.emf Figure 1. Fuse Testing Replacing the Battery and Fuse XWWarning To avoid shock, injury, or damage to the Meter: • Remove test leads from the Meter before opening the case or battery door. • Use ONLY a fuse with the amperage, interrupt voltage, and speed ratings specified. Battery Fuse erc0

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Digital Multimeters Performance Tests 2. Remove the Meter from its holster. 3. Remove two screws from the case bottom. 4. Separate the case bottom from the case top. 5. Remove the fuse from its holder and replace with an 11 A, 1000 V, FAST fuse having a minimum interrupt rating of 17,000 A. Use only Fluke PN 803293. 6. To re-assemble the Meter, attach the case bottom to the case top and secure with the two screws. Insert the Meter into its holster. Cleaning the Meter Wipe the case w

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Table 2. Required Equipment (cont) Recommended Equipment Measurement Function Accuracy 5500A Multi-product Calibrator (or Frequency (115, 116, and 117) 2 V, 50 kHz equivalent) ±0.025 % Fluke 80 AK Temperature (116) K-type Thermocouple Adapter Accessory K-type Thermocouple, mini-plug on both Temperature (116) ends Double Banana plug VoltAlert (117) Testing the Display Push K and turn the rotary switch to the e position. Compare the di

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Digital Multimeters Performance Tests 2. Warm up the calibrator as required by its specifications. 3. Allow the temperature of the UUT to stabilize at room temperature (23 °C ± 5 °C [73 °F ± 9 °F] ). 4. Check the fuses and Battery, and replace them if necessary. Refer to “Testing the Fuses”, and “Replacing the Battery and Fuse”. To verify the accuracy of the DMM functions, do the following: 1. Connect the Calibrator to the VΩ and COM input terminals on the Meter. 2. Turn the rotary s

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Table 3. DMM Performance Tests (cont) Display Reading Step Function Range Applied [1] [1] [1] [1] 114 115 116 117 18 L 6.000V 0V -0.002 to 0.002 DC Volts 19 6.000V 5V 4.973 to 5.027 20 60.00V 50V 49.73 to 50.27 21 600.0V 600V 596.8 to 603.2 22 600.0V -600V -596.8 to -603.2 23 m 600.0 mV 6 mV, 45 Hz 5.6 to 6.4 AC Millivolts 24 600.0 mV 600mV, 1 kHz 587.7 to 612.3 25 • 600.0 mV 10 mV 9.7 to 10.3 DC Millivolts 26 600.0 mV 600mV 596.8

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Digital Multimeters Performance Tests Table 3. DMM Performance Tests (cont) Display Reading Step Function Range Applied [1] [1] [1] [1] 114 115 116 117 41 VoltAlert Hi Refer to steps 1 – 5 N/A N/A N/A in the procedure below 42 VoltAlert Lo Refer to steps 6 – 9 N/A N/A N/A in the procedure below [1] If using a Fluke 9100 calibrator, the Calibrator Frequency mode must be used to obtain accurate frequency. [2] To keep from tripping the calibrator to standby, ramp up the voltag

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VoltAlert TRUE RMS MULTIMETER 117 TRIG STBY 7 8 4 5 . 2 +/- 0 . SCOPE OUT AUX A SENSE AUX V NORMAL V RTD 114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Insert Double Banana Center Meter top on Hi terminal. Note that LED is RED erc013f.emf Figure 4. VoltAlert Testing 8. Hold the Meter so that the top is vertically and horizontal centered to the banana plug’s Hi terminal. Verify that the Meter’s beeper is sounding continuously and the red LED at the top of the display lights. 9. Return

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Digital Multimeters Calibration Adjustment 2. Press g once to see the calibration counter. 3. Press g again to start the password entry. The Meter displays “ ?>>>” 4. The Meter buttons indicated below represent the numbers 1 through 5 when entering or changing the password: K = 1 M = 2 q = 3 g = 4 Q = 5 5. Press 4 buttons to enter the current password. If changing the password for the first time, enter K (1), M (2), q (3), and g (4). 6. Press qto change the password. The Meter dis

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Meter Buttons Used in the Calibration Steps When performing the Calibration Adjustment Procedure, the Meter buttons behave as follows. This may be of help determining why a calibration step is not accepted and for determining the input value without referring to Table 4. Press and hold K to show the measured value. The measured value is not calibrated so it may not match the input value. This is normal. Press and hold M to display the require

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Digital Multimeters Calibration Adjustment Notes Set the calibrator to Standby prior to changing the function switch position and after completing adjustment of each function. If the calibration adjustment procedure is not properly completed, the Meter will not operate correctly. Table 4. Calibration Adjustment Steps Rotary Calibration Steps Input Calibrator Switch [1] [1] [1,2] Terminals Source Value 114 115 116 117 Position [2] e N/A C/01 C/01 C/01 No leads No leads Ohms m

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Table 4. Calibration Adjustment Steps (cont) Rotary Calibration Steps Input Calibrator Switch [1] [1] [1,2] Terminals Source Value 114 115 116 117 Position $ N/A N/A C/23 N/A + and COM 600 μA, 0 Hz DC μamps [1] Models listed in this column also refer to the “C” version of the model. For example, model 115 steps are valid for the 115C. [2] Do not calibrate the 117 or 117C with a line-frequency power source nearby (e.g. fluorescent light,

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Digital Multimeters Replacement Parts Replacement Parts Table 5 lists the Meter’s replacable parts identified in Figure 6. 6 5 8 12 3 9 1 10 4 2 7 11 15 4 PL 23 13 16 17 2 PL 19 20 14 18 21 22 erc14.emf Figure 6. Exploded View of Meter 17

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114, 115, 116, and 117 Calibration Information Table 5. Replacable Parts List Part Item Description Qty. Number 1 LCD,FLUKE-11X,3.2V,TN,4-DIGIT,1/4-DUTY,1/3-BIAS,LEPTON 2509955 1 2 CONNECTOR,ELASTOMERIC,.010 IN CTR,.218 IN HIGH,.090 IN 1 THK,2.284 IN LONG,BULK 2534229 3 FLUKE-117-2006,BRACKET MASK, 117 2525608 1 FLUKE-117-2006-06,BRACKET MASK, 117 China 2631059 1 FLUKE-117-2006-01,BRACKET MASK, 114 2527431 1 FLUKE-117-2006-02,BRACKET MASK, 115 2527446 1 FLUKE-117-2006-04,BRACKET MAS

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Digital Multimeters Warranty Table 5. Replaceable Parts List Part Item Description Qty. Number 19 BATTERY,PRIMARY,MNO2- 1 ZN,9V,505MAH,6LR61,ALKALINE, 17X26X48MM,BULK 614487 20 FLUKE 12-8004,SHOCK ABSORBER 878983 1 21 FLUKE-117-2005,TILT STAND 2525594 1 FLUKE-117-2005,TILT STAND, 11X China 2631071 1 22 FLUKE-117-2010,HOLSTER 2525649 1 FLUKE-117-2010,HOLSTER, 11X China 2631080 1 23 FUSE,11A,1000V,FAST.406INX1.5IN,BULK 803293 1 (115, 117) Not shown MANUAL,114/115/117 USERS MANUAL,

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