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 Author| Post time 2023-7-3 08:30:21 | Show all posts
Step 3: Press Probe and choose the probe type.
Additional settings for each probe type are described in the sections below.
For the RTD 2w or RTD 4w Probe Type...
If you choose to use an RTD, the menu will have a softkey to specify the RTD's resistance at 0
degrees Celsius (R0 ). Default 100 Ω


For 2-wire measurements, an Auto Zero softkey is available.
Auto Zero: Autozero provides the most accurate measurements, but requires additional time to
perform the zero measurement. With autozero enabled (On), the DMM internally measures the  
offset following each measurement. It then subtracts that measurement from the preceding reading.
This prevents offset voltages present on the DMM’s input circuitry from affecting measurement
accuracy. With autozero disabled (Off), the DMM measures the offset once and subtracts the
offset from all subsequent measurements. The DMM takes a new offset measurement each
time you change the function, range, or integration time. ( There is no autozero setting for 4-wire
measurements.)
For the Thermis2w or Thermis4w Probe Type...
For the Thermis2w probe type, an additional Auto Zero setting is available.


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Step 4: Press Aperture and choose the number of power-line cycles (PLCs) to use for the
measurement. Only 1, 10, and 100 PLC provide normal mode (line frequency noise) rejection.
Selecting 100 PLC provides the best noise rejection and resolution, but the slowest measurements:



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Step 5: Use the Units softkey to display temperature in degrees Celsius, degrees Fahrenheit, or Kelvin.
Thermistor Requirements
The DMM converts the measured thermistor resistance to temperature using the Steinhart-Hart thermistor equation:
1?T = A + B (Ln(R)) + C (Ln(R))3
A, B, and C are constants provided by the thermistor manufacturer and derived from three
temperature test points.
R = Thermistor resistance in Ω.
T = Temperature in degrees K.
Important: Use only a 5 k? 44007-type thermistor. This type thermistor has constants of A = 1.285e-3, B = 2.362e-4,
C = 9.285e-8. Using an incorrect type of thermistor can result in errors greater than 20 °C for a temperature being
measured of 100 °C.


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Capacitance
This section describes how to configure capacitance measurements from the front panel.
Step 1: Configure the test leads as shown.



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Step 2: Press



on the front panel.
Step 3: To null–out the test lead capacitance:
l Disconnect the + and - test leads probe end from the test circuit, and leave open.
l Press Null. The DMM will now subtract this null value from capacitance measurements.



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Step 4: Press Range to select a range for the measurement. You can also use the [+], [-], and
[Range] keys on the front panel to select the range. (Auto (autorange) automatically selects the
range for the measurement based on the input. Autoranging is convenient, but it results in slower
measurements than using a manual range. Autoranging goes down a range at less than 10% of
range and up a range at greater than 120% of range. For capacitance measurements only, when
autorange is off, the instrument does not report an overload for readings greater than 120% of range.
Overload only occurs when the algorithm times out because the applied capacitance is too large for
the algorithm to measure. If you apply a DC voltage or a short to the input terminals in capacitance
measurement mode, the instrument reports an overload.



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Continuity
This section describes how to configure continuity tests from the front panel.
Step 1: Configure the test leads as shown.



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Step 2: Press [Cont] on the front panel to open a menu where you can enable or disable the beeper
for all functions that use the beeper (limits, probe hold, diode, continuity, and errors).



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Continuity measurements behave as follows:



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Diode
This section describes how to configure diode tests from the front panel. The range and resolution
are fixed; the range is 10 VDC (with a 1 mA current source output).
Step 1: Configure the test leads as shown.



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