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CHARGING THE BATTERY WARNING
TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK, USE ONLY A BATTERY CHARGER THAT IS AUTHORIZED FOR USE WITH SCOPEMETER TEST TOOL.
3. The Power Adapter/Battery Charger uses a trickle charge for the batteries, so no damage can occur if you leave it charging for long periods, e.g., through the weekend. Typically a 21-hour recharge provides 4 hours of use. Saving Battery Life When operated only on batteries, the test tool conserves power by shutting itself down. If no new keys have been pressed for 6 minutes or if the battery level is too low, the test tool beeps and displays a message. This prompts you to turn off the test tool or to continue. If no key is pressed during the next 5 minutes, the test tool turns itself off automatically. When the is pressed ON, the last configuration prior to the automatic shutdown will be restored. Automatic power shutdown will not occur if Min Max TrendPlot or ScopeRecord is active or if any key is pressed. Although recording will continue if the batteries are low, memory retention is not jeopardized. If the Power Adapter is connected, there is no automatic power shutdown.
Use the following procedure to charge the battery pack and power the instrument: 1. Connect the Power Adapter/Battery Charger to line voltage. 2. Insert the Power Adapter/Battery Charger low voltage plug into the Power Adapter connector of the ScopeMeter test tool. The test tool can now be used while the NiCad batteries charge slowly. If the test tool is turned off, the batteries charge more quickly. NOTE When the batteries are completely empty, the test tool can not work during charging. In that case it is advised to charge the batteries for 21 hours before using the test tool. During operation, when the batteries are low, a blinking battery symbol appears on the top right of the display. When this occurs there is typically more than 30 minutes of operating time left.
1-7 In mode, you can use the red INPUT A BNC jack and the grey INPUT B BNC jack as input. In mode, only the red INPUT A BNC jack is used as input. In , , and modes, use the red and black 4-mm banana jacks. For low frequency measurements (up to about 2 MHz), ground can be connected to the black 4-mm banana jack. For higher frequencies you must use the HF Adapter or Mini Testhook on the probe. The red 4-mm banana jack also serves as an input connection for an external trigger in Scope mode or as an output connection for the waveform generator. This waveform generator can provide voltage or current output. Common Ground, Inputs A B The test tool uses a three-lead connection system for dual input, isolated (electrically floating) measurements. Input/Output Terminal Ratings Maximum voltage ratings are defined near the related terminal. Refer to the Specifications in Appendix 10A for complete terminal rating information.

LOOKING AT ALL MEASUREMENT CONNECTIONS
The ScopeMeter test tool provides four signal connection points: two safety BNC jack inputs (red INPUT A and grey INPUT B) and two safety 4-mm banana jack inputs (COM EXT.mV). This arrangement is shown in Figure and 1-3. All connections are positioned within a protective recess at the top of the instrument. The banana jacks are also used as Waveform Generator Output. 92B 96B
Figure 1-3. Measurement Connections
1-8 RS-232 Optical Interface Connection The Optically Isolated RS-232 Adapter/Cable (PM9080) can be connected to the test tool for printer output and computer interface. Using the FlukeView software for DOS and Windows adds the following functionality to your ScopeMeter test tool: Storing of measurements in memory for later retrieval. Comparing of measurements with reference examples. Storing, analyzing, and documenting measurements.
The following table shows the printing and communication features for each model:
92B Screen dump using FlukeView Direct output to printer Remote control via computer software 96B 99B 105B

READING THE DISPLAY

The display provides a great deal of information. The major part of the display is always devoted to meter readings or the scope waveform. A Dual display appears in , , , and modes, and is divided into two areas: Main display and Bottom display. A Scope display appears in mode, and is divided into three areas: Top display, Main display, and Bottom display. Refer to Figure 1-4 during the following discussions.
Figure 1-4. ScopeMeter Test Tool Display
Introducing The ScopeMeter Test Tool Reading a Dual Display Main Display: Displays the numeric readings combined with a full screen-width waveform display. Bottom Display: Displays the menu that provides choices available through the function keys and shows which are active. Reading a Scope Display Top Display: Identifies the voltage range, type of signal coupling, selected probe type for INPUT A and INPUT B, time scale, trigger source, and trigger slope. The top right area displays the present status of the test tool, AUTO, MANUAL, RUN, HOLD, etc. Main Display: Displays the actual or stored waveforms (Scope mode). Bottom Display: Displays the menu that provides choices available through the function keys and shows which are active.
1-9 Reading a Window Display When you change a setup, a part of the Main display area is used for a window. It displays choices accessed with the related function key from which you make a selection by pressing (SELECT ITEM). The waveform area is compressed to about 50% (amplitude) size, and the window replaces the bottom half of the Main display.

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USING THE KEYS
The keys with a predefined function, regardless of the test tool's mode, are called keys or hard keys. Usally they give access to a menu, where items can be selected. The two yellow keys and ways to find your measurement. provide the possible

Figure 3-2. Measurement results in Dual Display mode and Scope mode
Making Measurements Page 2 of 7: NOTE INPUT A in Meter mode can make separate V DC and Vrms AC measurements on the same signal at the same time. V DC and Vrms AC readings are normally displayed together. V DC METER Measure the DC (direct) voltage of the input signal in Meter mode. Vrms AC METER Measure the RMS (Root Mean Square) voltage of the input signal in Meter mode. This is done with DC- coupled input. Allows AC component of signal to be displayed Vrms AC+DC METER Measure the true RMS (Root Mean Square) voltage of the input signal in Meter mode. If a DC-offset is present, this measurement will read higher or lower than Vrms AC. If there is no DC offset present, this measurement will be the same as Vrms AC. V DC (mean) SCOPE Measure the mean (average of readings) value of the waveform between the (vertical) cursors in Scope mode. Vrms SCOPE Measure the RMS (Root Mean Square) voltage of the waveform between the (vertical) cursors in Scope mode. dV SCOPE Measure the voltage difference between the (horizontal) cursors in Scope mode.
3-5 Page 3 of 7: V peak/peak SCOPE Measure the difference between highest and lowest voltage value of the waveform between the (vertical) cursors in Scope mode. Vmax peak SCOPE Measure the maximum peak value of the waveform between the cursors in Scope mode. Vmin peak SCOPE Measure the minimum peak value of the waveform between the cursors in Scope mode. dBV DC METER (decibel Volts) Measure the voltage ratio of the DC component of a signal with respect to a reference voltage in Meter mode. This is done with DCcoupled input. dBV AC METER (decibel Volts) Measure the voltage ratio of the AC component of a signal with respect to a reference voltage in Meter mode. This is done with DCcoupled input. For dBV, you can select a range of references by pressing or. Choose a voltage between 50 mV and 9.99V. The default value is 1V.
3-6 Page 4 of 7: A DC METER Measure the DC current in Meter mode with a Current probe (available as an option) that is connected to the INPUT A BNC. This is done with DCcoupled input. A list box enables you to select the proper range: 1, 10, 100 mV/A, or 1 V/A. A AC METER Measure the AC current in Meter mode with a Current probe (available as an option) that is connected to the INPUT A BNC. This is done with DCcoupled input. A list box enables you to select the proper range: 1, 10, 100 mV/A, or 1 V/A. A AC+DC METER Measure the AC+DC current in Meter mode with a Current probe (available as an option) that is connected to the INPUT A BNC. This is done with DC-coupled input. A list box enables you to select the proper range: 1, 10, 100 mV/A, or 1 V/A.

Using in Scope Mode Using "Zoom" to Increase or Decrease Time Resolution Zoom displays a waveform with increased time resolution, giving up to 1000x magnification. Use the following procedure to Zoom in a waveform: 1. Press 2. Use the zoom". and keys to highlight "scope
3. Press to select. bottom of the display.

appears in the right

4. Press to enlarge the waveform (speed up the time base) or press to shrink the waveform (slow down the time base). The ScopeMeter test tool zooms in and out one step at a time and, if necessary, the trigger delay is recalculated. The focal point for this activity is waveform activity at the fourth time division. The zoom feature is useful as a quick examination of a live waveform. Zoom cannot be used on saved waveforms recalled from memory or when the waveform is frozen (HOLD).
Figure 5-5. Zoom in a Waveform

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SELECTING THE SCOPE SUBMENU
From the Scope mode, press to open the Scope mode submenu. This gives you more control over the Scope mode. Figure 5-6 shows the Scope Submenu.
Figure 5-6. Scope Submenu Refer to Chapter 6 for descriptions of the and (CURSOR READING) function key. (ZERO
Capturing 10 or 20 Divisions This enables you to capture either 10 or 20 divisions of waveform detail. Selecting 10 divisions, or one full screen, is sufficient for most applications. For fast single shots, selecting 20 divisions enables you to capture more information, but on slow waveforms it lowers the screen update speed by a factor of 2. Now you can use to move the acquired waveform right and left across the display.
The MORE Scope window gives you access to all control over the Scope mode. In addition to the functions shown in Figure 5-6, you will also find functions, such as Capture Length, Average Waveforms, and Scope measurements. To use these functions, press to open the MORE SCOPE window.
Figure 5-7. More Scope Window
Figure 5-8. Capture length
Using in Scope Mode Smoothing the Waveform (Average) The test tool can average multiple samples of a waveform, allowing for noise suppression without loss of bandwidth. To select average in the Scope mode, do the following: 1. From the More Scope window, highlight AVERAGE WAVEFORMS. 2. Press to open the list box.
5 - 11 Additional information about smoothing appears in Chapter 6. Waveform samples with and without averaging are shown in Figure 5-9.
3. Use to choose the number of waveforms to average for each display update. The maximum number is 256. 4. Press 5. Press to select. (CLOSE) to close the window.
To turn off averaging, set AVERAGE WAVEFORMS to be off again. NOTE AVERAGE WAVEFORMS: OFF changes to AVERAGE WAVEFORMS: by 4 in the 10 mV and 20 mV attenuator ranges when a 10:1 probe is used.

Figure 5-9. Averaging

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TRIGGERING

Trigger Basics Triggering tells the ScopeMeter test tool when to begin displaying the waveform. You can select which input signal should be used as the source, on which edge this should occur, and at what waveform level it should occur. Finally, you can tell the test tool to delay the waveform to be displayed with a specified time delay, number of cycles, or number of events. The second top row on the display identifies the trigger parameters being used. Trigger icons on the display indicate the position of the trigger delay and the trigger level. Refer to Figure 5-10. For example, 20 ms/DIV TRIG:A +120EVT -5DIV
means that INPUT A is used as the trigger source with a positive slope. The amount of trigger delay in time divisions is -5, and that the amount of trigger delay in events is +120.
Figure 5-10. Display with All Trigger Information

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to open the Trigger menu.
GENERATOR 92B 96B. See Chapter 6 for more information. NOTE
EXTERN and GENERATOR are mutually exclusive; selecting one deactivates the other. Figure 5-11. Trigger Menu Selecting a Trigger Source Press to enter the MORE TRIGGER window, then highlight TRIGGER SOURCE and press to open the list box. Select one of the following trigger sources: INPUT A, INPUT B, EXTERN 2V (via external trigger input), EXTERN 0.2V (via external trigger input), or GENERATOR 92B 96B (via internal waveform generator). NOTE You can also find the trigger source selection under the appropriate INPUT A or INPUT B More window. Defining the Trace Start In the MORE TRIGGER menu, highlight TRACE START and press to open the list box. When Wait for trigger is selected, the test tool needs a trigger to display a waveform. When free run is selected, and if no trigger is detected for 100 ms, the test tool provides its own trigger and the trace still appears on the display. Use this mode for a continuous display of a waveform. Selecting a Trigger Slope From the Trigger menu, press to select triggering on either the +SLOPE or -SLOPE of the chosen input.
EXTERN 2V or EXTERN 0.2V are available as trigger source selections. You can connect an external trigger at the red 4-mm banana jack. Make your selection for the appropriate TTL-compatible (Transistor-toTransistor Logic) trigger level (0.2V or 2V).

5 - 27 FULL adds a crosshatch pattern based on the horizontal time and vertical amplitude divisions on the display.

ADAPTING THE DISPLAY

You can adapt the display to your preference as follows: 1. Press 2. Press. to open the Display Menu window.
Selecting a Dot Size 3. Use to highlight DOT SIZE and press to open the list box. Figure 5-18. Grid Selection 4. Choose a dotsize: SMALL, MEDIUM, or LARGE and press to select. This selects the trace to be single, double, or triple width. Selecting a Display Grid 5. Use to highlight SCOPE GRID and press to open the list box. Adjusting the Trace Quality 7. Use to highlight PERSISTENCE, and press to open the list box. Persistence improves the trace quality when you measure on complex waveforms. Choose one of the five persistence states: short, normal, medium, high, or infinite to obtain the best image on the display. Press to select. Initially the ScopeMeter test tool is set to normal persistence. NOTE Contrast and Persistence work interactively. So when you readjust persistence, it may be necessary to choose another contrast again.
6. Use to choose between FULL, QUADRANT, or BORDER. Press to select any of the three. BORDER provides time and amplitude division marks around the display. QUADRANT adds horizontal and vertical division points as added reference points to the border display.

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In the DISPLAY window you can also choose the DOT JOIN function, which either shows the individual measurement samples or joins them together to give a continuous trace. DISPLAY MODE allows you to select normal or reverse video. 8. Press (CLOSE) to remove the window. The test tool displays the USER OPTIONS menu again.

Chapter 6

Using Additional Capabilities
MAKING MEASUREMENTS USING THE CURSORS. 6-2 Using the Markers. 6-3 Adding a Cursor Main Reading. 6-4 DELETING MEMORIES. 6-6 SAVING TO MEMORY. 6-7 Saving a Screen. 6-7 Saving Acquired Waveforms. 6-7 Saving a Setup. 6-7 Copying Waveforms or Settings. 6-8 RECALLING FROM MEMORY. 6-8 Recalling a Screen. 6-8 Recalling a Waveform. 6-9 Recalling a Setup Configuration. 6-10 USING WAVEFORM MATH FUNCTIONS. 6-11 Scaling the Display. 6-11 Choosing a Math Operation. 6-11
USING A PRINTER. Connecting to a Printer. Setting Print Parameters. Selecting Printer Types. Selecting Print Options. Printing Grey in White or Black. Sending to a Printer. USING THE WAVEFORM GENERATOR. TESTING COMPONENTS. SETTING THE DATE AND TIME. Setting the Time. Setting the Date. CHANGING THE RESET CONFIGURATIONS. ALTERING THE CONTINUOUS AUTO SET CONFIGURATION. Using Manual Override. Changing Continuous Auto Set Options.

Change the Continuous Auto set configuration as follows: 1. From the User Options menu, press (MORE OPTIONS) and use to highlight AUTO SET. Press to open the window (see Figure 6-14).
Figure 6-14. Continuous Auto Set Window
Using Additional Capabilities The items shown in this window are divided into three pages. Select a page with (PREVIOUS PAGE) or (NEXT PAGE). 2. The first page in the window defines some basic actions taken during Auto Set. Specify whether the Continuous Auto Set will optimize trigger source and trigger slope during measurement. The factory default is "auto". Also specify whether Auto Set will reset trigger delay (default is that any delay set will be turned off). 3. The second page defines the input setup or items that are turned off when the Continuous Auto Set is active. A B SEPARATION (Default is auto: both waveforms appear, separated by two divisions). A B COUPLING (Default is DC: both inputs are DC coupled). TURN OFF AVERAGING (Default is yes: smooth function is turned off). TURN OFF X-MOVE (Default is yes: waveform in center of the display). TURN OFF Y-MOVE (Default is yes: waveform in center of the display). TURN OFF A versus B (Default is yes: A vs B function is turned off).
6 - 23 4. The third page defines functions that are turned off when the Continuous Auto Set is active. TURN OFF CURSORS (Default is no : Cursors are not turned off). TURN OFF MATHEMATICS (Default is yes : Mathematic function is turned off). TURN OFF GENERATOR (Default is no : Generator is not turned off). TURN OFF DOT JOIN (Default is no : Dot Join remains active).

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Chapter 7

Measuring Examples

MEASURING TEMPERATURE. MEASURING CURRENT. MEASURING POWER WITH MATH FUNCTION. MEASURING THREE-PHASE ON A DUAL INPUT.

7-2 7-4 7-7 7-9

MEASURING PHASE USING THE CURSORS. 7-12 MEASURING PULSE RESPONSE OF AN AMPLIFIER. 7-14
7-2 This chapter examines some typical measurements that can be made with your ScopeMeter test tool. The examples given can be used as an aid in many applications.

RED DOT

MEASURING TEMPERATURE
Temperature is an often measured characteristic. The 80T-150U optional Temperature Probe can be used in conjunction with the test tool to measure the surface temperature, air temperature, and non-corrosive liquid temperature. You can measure fluctuations in temperature over a long period of time when the Min Max recording is activated. Readings on the test tool can be given in Fahrenheit or Celsius. In this example, the air temperature is measured over 24 hours. Connect the 80T-150U Temperature probe to the red and black 4-mm banana jacks as shown in Figure 7-1. Figure 7-1. Temperature Measurement Setup

8-6 6. Use select. Use press to highlight 10:1, and press to
92B/96B/99B/105B INPUT B Probe Calibration 1. to select CALIBRATE PROBE on A, and to calibrate.
Connect the INPUT B BNC input to the GENERATOR OUT red banana jack. See Figure 8-4. Use the grey scope probe and the grey 4-mm banana adapter.
The test tool outputs a voltage on the GENERATOR OUT banana jack to the connected probe. 8. Adjust the trimmer screw in the probe housing of INPUT A to give an optimum square wave within the equal markers on the display (see Figure 8-3).
Figure 8-3. Adjusting the Probe 9. Press to continue.
The test tool automatically calibrates itself to the probe. A message appears on the display indicating that calibration is successfully completed. 10. Press to close the procedure. 2. Figure 8-4. INPUT B Probe Calibration Setup Repeat steps 2 trough 10 of the INPUT A calibration.

Chapter 9

Appendixes

9A 9B 9C

Specifications. 9-3 Parts and Accessories. 9-15 PM8907 Information. 9-19
Warranty and Service Centers. 9-21 Terminology. 9-23

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Appendix 9A

Specifications

INTRODUCTION
Performance Characteristics FLUKE guarantees the properties expressed in numerical values with the stated tolerance. Specified non-tolerance numerical values indicate those that could be nominally expected from the mean of a range of identical ScopeMeter test tools. For definitions of terms, refer to IEC Publication 351-1.
Safety Characteristics The ScopeMeter test tool has been designed and tested in accordance with IEC Publication 1010, Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use. This manual contains information and warnings that must be followed by the user to ensure safe operation and to keep the instrument in a safe condition. Use of this equipment in a manner not specified by the manufacturer may impair protection provided by the equipment. Environmental Data The environmental data mentioned in this manual are based on the results of the manufacturer's verification procedures.

MEASURE MENU

The Measure menu gives direct access to over 30 measurements; the best operating mode is automatically selected.

SCOPE MODE

Continuous Auto Set Hands-free signal probing. Continuously follows input signals from 15 Hz to 50 MHz and automatically selects the proper time base, input range, and trigger level. Min Max Envelope Records the waveform excursions with a grey scale envelope on both inputs. 40 ns Glitch detect Sweep speeds 1 s per division or slower on INPUT A. Grey-scale display Analog-like Grey-scale display. Waveform Average Smoothing up to 256 waveforms. 10 samples in Roll mode. Vertical Frequency Response, -3 dB. DC to >100 MHz (Fluke 99B, 105B) DC to >60 MHz (Fluke 92B, 96B)

Appendixes Table 3 Susceptibility: disturbance less than 10% of full scale Frequency range: 10 kHz to 25 MHz Stand alone With PM8918 E = < 0.1V/m Table 4 Susceptibility: disturbance less than 10% of full scale Frequency range: 25 MHz to 1 GHz Stand alone With PM8918 E = < 0.1V/m E = 1 V/m 1 mV/div 50 mV/div to 200 V/div E = 3 V/m E = 1 V/m E = 3 V/m -

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1 mV/div to 2 mV/div
1 mV/div to 2 mV/div 1 V/div to 100 V/div
For conditions not specified in tables 1 to 4, a susceptibility effect of more than 10 % is possible
9 - 12 Multimeter mode (V dc, excluding probe factor): Table 5
Susceptibility: no visible disturbance Frequency range: 10 kHz to 25 MHz Stand alone With PM8918 E = < 0.1V/m 100 mV to 300V 100 mV to 300V Table 6 Susceptibility: no visible disturbance Frequency range: 25 MHz to 1 GHz Stand alone With PM8918 E = < 0.1V/m 100 mV to 300V 100 mV to 300V Table 7 Susceptibility: disturbance less than 10 % of full scale Frequency range: 25 MHz to 1 GHz Stand alone With PM8918 E = < 0.1V/m E = 1 V/m 100 mV E = 3 V/m 100 mV to 300 mV E = 1 V/m 100 mV to 300V 300 mV to 300V E = 3 V/m 100 mV to 300V 3V to 300V E = 1 V/m 100 mV to 300V 100 mV to 300V E = 3 V/m 100 mV to 300V 100 mV to 300V
Appendixes Safety Designed to Installation Category III per IEC 1010, CSA C22.2 (including approval), and UL1244 (including approval) for 600V measurements on industrial power distributions systems. MAX. Input voltage on.300V rms, 600V rms with INPUT A or INPUT B 10:1 probe MAX. Input voltage on EXTernal input. 300 V rms Surge Protection.. 4 kV, 6 kV with 10:1 probe per IEC 664 and ANSI/IEEE C62.41 test method Maximum Isolation to Earth..600V rms from any terminal Optical Interface. Optically Isolated to 600V rms

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ACCESSORY INFORMATION
Passive Probe 10:1 (PM8918) Attenuation: x10 Useful Bandwidth: 100 MHz Input resistance: 10 M Input capacitance: 15 pF Max. V x Hz: 109 Cable length: 1.5m Max. signal Voltage: 600V rms Max. surge Voltage: 6 kV Max. Voltage to Ground: 600V rms Double insulated per IEC1010-1 for 600V. Optically Isolated RS-232 Adapter /Cable (PM9080/001) Serial Printer Interface 92B..EPSON FX/LQ, Deskjet Thinkjet, Deskjet, Laserjet Print screens and waveforms or log meter and cursor readings Full PC Interface 92B 96B..Transfer setups, waveforms, measurements, etc. Capture Screen..With FlukeView software (optional for Fluke 92B, 96B and 99B)

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Appendix 9B

Parts and Accessories

SERVICE MANUAL

Part Number: 05368

STANDARD KIT CONTENTS

AC Coupling A mode of signal transmission that passes the dynamic AC signal component to INPUT A and INPUT B but blocks the DC component. Useful to observe an AC signal that is normally riding on a DC signal. Alternating Current An electrical signal in which current and voltage vary in a repeating pattern over time. Amplitude The difference between the highest and lowest level of a waveform. Attenuation The decrease in amplitude of a signal.
9 - 24 BNC Coaxial-type input connector used for INPUT A and INPUT B. Bottom Display The lower part of the display, where the function key menu is listed. Capture 10 Divisions divisions. Records and displays 10 time
Decibel Measurements that indicate voltage or power comparison in a logaritmic scale. Delta % Percentage change (delta) uses the present numerical reading as a relative reference. The display then shows a percentage that represents the difference between each new reading and the relative reference. Delay Time The time between the trigger event and the real acquisition of the waveform. Delta Time (dt) The change in time. The ScopeMeter test tool displays the amount of time displayed between the (vertical) cursors. Digital Storage Capability Because of the design of digital oscilloscopes, signals are not displayed at the moment they are acquired. Instead, signals are first stored in memory, then sent to the display. This enables the ScopeMeter test tool to present several options when displaying information, including "negative delay." Direct Current current. A signal with a constant voltage and
Capture 20 Divisions Records and displays 20 time divisions although the display shows only 10 at a time. Horizontal "Move" allows you to view the additional 10 divisions. Continuous Auto Set Automatically selects the optimum settings for connected input signals and keeps track of any variation of the signal. Contrast desired. Contrast of the LCD. Can be adjusted as
Cursors Movable display lines that allow you to make measurements between two locations on a waveform. dB DC See "decibel." See "Direct Current."
DC Coupling A mode of signal transmission that passes both AC and DC signal components to the INPUT A and INPUT B circuit (see also AC Coupling).
Display The Liquid Crystal Display area of the ScopeMeter test tool that is used to display all information, such as readings, waveforms, and text. Division A part of a waveform, as defined alongside the lines of the grid on the display.

Appendixes Dual Trace A feature that allows the ScopeMeter test tool to display two separate live waveforms at the same time. Duty Cycle Ratio of a waveform with respect to the total waveform period, as measured in percent. Earth Ground Reference point that is directly connected to the ground via a conductor. Envelope The display of a waveform that shows the variation extremes of several acquisitions (see also Min Max). Events Triggering via red 4-mm banana jack input (EXT) is delayed by a number of events that occur on INPUT A. Falling Slope The part of a waveform that shows the voltage decreasing. Filter Reduces or removes certain electrical components from a waveform (active input or memory). Is useful to suppress noise or to smooth a waveform. Free Run Allows the ScopeMeter test tool to display a waveform without a trigger. Freeze Holds a waveform acquisition: freezes the display for closer examination (see also Hold).
9 - 25 Frequency The number of times a waveform repeats in 1 second, measured in Hertz (Hz) where one Hz is one cycle per second. Function keys The five blue keys along the top of the keypad. They change function based on the present mode or settings. Function key definitions appear in the Bottom Display. Glitch A momentary spike in a waveform.
Glitch Detect Feature of ScopeMeter that increases its sampling rate to maximum so that glitches can be detected. GND See "Ground level."
Ground level The voltage reference point in a circuit. It is indicated with "-" on the display. Hard Copy A copy on paper of the display, made by a printer via the optical RS-232 interface. Hertz (Hz) Unit of measure to count the number of times that an electrical cycle repeats every second. One Hertz is one cycle per second. Hold Allows you to freeze the display for closer examination.
9 - 26 Input Coupling Modes of signal transmission for INPUT A and INPUT B: AC coupling, DC coupling, and GND (Scope only). Input selection Select if and how the INPUTS A and B are displayed in Scope mode. This can be normal display, inverted display, or neither. Interface Isolated optical to RS-232 Interface port for printer output and computer interfacing. Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) A display that uses liquid crystals to display waveforms and text on its screen. Main Display The center display area that shows measurement results or displays the waveform(s). Marker Identifies the point on the waveform on which a measurement has occurred or is expected to occur. The marker appears as an "X". Master Reset Procedure to restore the ScopeMeter test tool to a set of initial standard settings. Maximum Peak waveform. The highest voltage value of a

Meter Mode In this setting, the ScopeMeter test tool works like a digital multimeter, presenting information in numerical readings, and with a reduced Scope display. Minimum Peak The lowest voltage value of a waveform.
Min Max Envelope Scope mode feature that displays changes in the shape of a live waveform as a grey area around the actual trace. N-Cycle Trigger function, the input signal is divided by N before a trigger occurs. This creates a stable picture for waveforms with a cyclic character. Noise Extraneous electrical signal, mostly unwanted.
Non-Repetitive Pulse A random electrical waveform, with no specific pattern or frequency. Oscillations The up-and-down peaks of a waveform. One oscillation consists of one complete up-peak and one complete down-peak. Oscilloscope A device for viewing and diagnosing electrical signals such as waveforms. Peak-to-Peak waveform. The highest and lowest voltage value of a
Menu A list of choices on the display to select functions via the five function keys. Messages On-line information for the user, provided in situations where there is a conflict.
Percentage of Pulse Width The ratio of signal on-time to its total cycle time, as measured in percent.
Appendixes Probe Calibration A procedure that adjusts the ScopeMeter test tool internally to compensate for resistance variations between probes. Probes Measuring conductor that connects the ScopeMeter test tool to a circuit; specifically for use in the BNC jacks. Pulse A waveform that increases from a constant value, then decreases to its original value. Pulse Trains A repetitive series of pulses. Rising Slope voltage.
9 - 27 The part of a waveform displaying a rise in Conversion of AC voltages
Root Mean Square (RMS) to the effective DC value.
Roll Visual log of a waveform activity that is useful when measuring lower frequency signals. RPM Engine speed expressed in Revolutions Per Minute. Sample A momentary reading taken from an input signal. The ScopeMeter test tool takes a series of samples to display a waveform. Sampling Rate The number of samples taken from a signal every second. Screen The complete image of the display.
Pulse Width The duration from the beginning to the end of a signal's on-time or off-time. Range The quantity between two points or levels.
Recall The function of loading a stored Setup, Screen, or Waveform back into the ScopeMeter test tool. Recurrent The ScopeMeter test tool continuously (recurrently) updates the display. This gives a dynamic look at the waveform activity as it occurs. Repetitive Pulse frequency. A signal with a regular pattern or
Scope Mode In this mode, the ScopeMeter test tool works like a digital oscilloscope. Setup Series of adjustments necessary for the ScopeMeter test tool to display a waveform or reading. Sine Wave A common curved waveform that is mathematically defined. Single Shot Allows the ScopeMeter test tool to capture a single event.

A AC, 3-6 A AC+DC, 3-6 A DC, 3-6 Ampere Measurements, 3-6 A versus B, 5-26 A+B, 5-26 A-B, 5-26 AC-Coupling, 5-4 Accesory Information, 9-9 Accessories, 9-13
Backlight, 2-3, 9-8 Banana Jack, 4-2 Banana Jack Inputs, 1-7 Basic Functions, 2-14 Batteries in Optimal Condition, 8-2 Battery Charger, 1-4, 9-19 Battery Pack, 1-4, 9-8
I-2 Battery Replacement, 8-4 Battery Save Feature, 8-3 Beeper Alert, 4-5, 4-13 BNC Jack, 1-7 Bottom Display, 1-9
92B/96B/99B/105B Continuity, 3-4 Continuity Test, 3-2 Continuous Auto Set, 2-5, 5-4, 9-4 Continuous Auto Set Configuration, 6-21 Contrast, 2-3, 9-8 Controlling the inputs A and B, 5-4 Copying Waveforms, 6-8 Crest Factor, 9-6, 9-7 Current Measurement, 7-4 Current Probe, 7-4, 9-7 Cursor Measurements, 9-5 Cursors, 6-2, 9-5
Calibrating the Probes, 8-5 CANCEL Key, 1-12 Capabilities, 1-2 Capturing 10 or 20 Divisions, 5-10 Capturing Glitches, 5-5 Caution Statements, VIII CE, XI, 9-10 Change Alert, 4-13, 9-7 Characteristics, 9-3 Charger, 1-4 Charging the Battery, 1-6, 8-2 Cleaning, 8-2 Clear at Run, 6-21 Close key, 1-12 COM (Common), VIII Combinations with INPUT A and INPUT B, 5-26 Common Ground, 1-7 Common Measurements, 3-9 Common Mode Rejection, 9-5, 9-7 Component Test, 6-17, 9-8 Computer Interface, 1-7 Connections, 1-7, 3-2, 4-2, 5-3
Date and Time, 6-19 Date Setting, 6-20 dB List Box, 3-9 dBm, 3-7, 9-6 dBm AC, 3-7 dBm AC (no DC), 3-10 dBV, 3-5, 9-6 dBV AC (no DC), 3-11 dBV AC+DC, 3-11 dBW, 3-7, 9-6 dBW AC (no DC), 3-11 dBW AC+DC, 3-11 DC-Coupling, 5-4 DC Voltage, 9-5, 9-7 Default Readings, 4-14
Index Default Settings, 6-20 Default Startup, 2-4 Delay, 5-14 Delay Time, 9-5 Delete Menu, 6-6 Deleting Memories, 6-6 Delta Time, 3-8 Diode, 3-4 Diode Test, 3-2, 4-5, 9-7 Display, 1-8, 2-3, 9-9 Disposing of Batteries, 8-3 Dot Size, 5-27 dt, 3-8, 3-12, 6-4 Dual Display, 1-9 Duty Cycle, 3-7, 9-6 dV, 3-5, 6-4
Fast Refresh Rate, 4-13 Fault Protection, VIII Features, 1-2 Field Odd/Even, 5-18 Filter, 6-13 Frame, 5-15 Freeze, 4-10 Frequency, 3-8, 6-5, 9-6 Frequency Measurements, 3-9 Function Keys, 1-11 Fuses, 8-5
Generator, 6-17, 9-8 Glitch detection, 5-5, 9-4 Grey-Scale Display, 9-4 Grid, 5-27 Ground, VIII
Earth Ground, VIII Easy Setup, 2-5 Electrical Shock, IX Electrically Floating, VIII Electro-Magnetic Interference, 9-9 Environmental, 9-9 Environmental Data, 9-3 Error messages, 1-13 Events, 5-14, 9-5 External mV Mode, 4-6, 9-7 External Trigger, 5-13
Heavy Duty Industrial Measurements, XIII Help Function, 1-13 Help Level, 6-21 HF Adapter, 1-7, 4-2 High Frequency Electronic Measurement, XII Hold, 4-10 Holster, 1-3, 9-15 Humidity, 9-9 Hz, 3-7, 6-5, 9-6

Keypad, 1-10

Level, 5-14 Limitation of Liability, 9-21 Lines, 5-15 Low Frequency Measurements, 1-7
Main Display, 1-9 Main Mode, 4-3 Main Reading, 6-4 Manual Range, 4-5, 4-7 Markers, 6-3, 9-5 Master Reset, 2-4, 6-20 Math Functions, 6-11, 7-7 Mathematics, 9-5 Measure Menu, 3-3, 9-4 Measurement Connections, 4-2 Measurements, 6-3 Mechanical, 9-9 Memories, 9-8 Memory Back-Up Battery, 9-9 Messages, 1-13 Meter, 4-4

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MAKING ISOLATED MEASUREMENTS 91
Isolating from Earth Ground The ScopeMeter test tool uses a three-lead connection system for dual input, isolated (electrically floating) measurements. Use a test lead connected to the black 4-mm banana jack as common ground. There are only three wires to connect for dual input isolated ground operation, useful for three-phase industrial voltage measurements. You can connect the three leads on the test tool (INPUT A, INPUT B, and common) to a threephase electrical power line in any order. Use the A-B mode (see Chapter 5) to display all three phases of electrical power at the same time.
PREPARING TO USE THE DEMONSTRATION (DEMO) BOARD
A Demo Board with 9V battery is included in your ScopeMeter test tool kit. It generates different types of waveforms that can be measured at test points TP1 to TP5. All descriptions and measurement examples refer to a waveform that can be measured on the Demo Board. Do not connect the Demo Board yet, but when you make measurements, do the following:
Place the Demo Board on a non-conductive surface. Connect the 9-volt battery, and make sure that polarity is correct.
The displays and measurements shown in this manual are typical. They will vary depending on the condition of the Demo Board battery.

Non-conductive surface

Figure 2 Demo Board
Single Input Connection with Mini Test Hook
Single Input Connection with HF Adapter
Dual Input Connections with Mini Test Hooks
Dual Input Connections with HF Adapters Figure 3 Input Connections for High Frequency Electronic Measurement
Single Input Connection with High Voltage Test Pin
Single Input Connection with Industrial Alligator Clips (PM9084/001 & AC20)
Single Input Connection with High Voltage Test Pin & AC20
Dual Input Connections with Industrial Alligator Clips (PM9084/001 & AC20)
Figure 4 Input Connections for Isolated Heavy Duty Industrial Measurements
Introducing your ScopeMeter Test Tool

Chapter 1

SCOPEMETER TEST TOOL FEATURES. USING THE HOLSTER AND THE TILT STAND. POWERING THE SCOPEMETER TEST TOOL. MINIMIZING SIGNAL NOISE. CHARGING THE BATTERY. Saving Battery Life. LOOKING AT ALL MEASUREMENT CONNECTIONS. Common Ground, Inputs A B.
1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-6 1-7 1-7
Input/Output Terminal Ratings. 1-7 RS-232 Optical Interface Connection. 1-7 READING THE DISPLAY. 1-8 Reading a Dual Display. 1-9 Reading a Scope Display. 1-9 Reading a Window Display. 1-9 USING THE KEYS. 1-10 STEPPING THROUGH A WINDOW. 1-12 USING ON-LINE INFORMATION. 1-13
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SCOPEMETER TEST TOOL FEATURES
Your ScopeMeter test tool combines the capabilities of an easy-to-use digital storage oscilloscope with the versatility of a digital multimeter. When you select a measurement function, the test tool automatically chooses the best setup to analyze and compare complex waveforms, or simply to read voltage levels.

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USING THE KEYS
The keys with a predefined function, regardless of the test tool's mode, are called keys or hard keys. Usally they give access to a menu, where items can be selected. The two yellow keys and ways to find your measurement. provide the possible
gives immediate access to a list of measurements. When you choose a measurement, the test tool automatically selects the related main mode. gives access to the Main menu. Here you can choose from the five main modes: , , , , and. Pressing gives you more control over the selected main mode.

Figure 1-5 The Keypad

Introducing The ScopeMeter Test Tool Figure 1-6 shows the basic navigation of the test tool.

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Yellow

Dark grey Hard key

, , , The five blue keys , and are called function keys. These keys change function based on the present active menu. Actual function key definitions appear on the bottom display. Function keys and windows work together to provide a complete menu-driven user interface.
is the MORE function key, which opens the window assigned to the key. When you press the Submenu key for any main function, the , , , and keys allow immediate access to the more common functions that are also under the (MORE function key). keys are used to choose an item in a box, The or directly from the window. These keys are indicated by two arrows.

Dark grey

SubMenu Structure
Most common Functions also found under
Figure 1-6 Basic Navigation

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91/92/96/99/105 The fixed sequence is as follows:
STEPPING THROUGH A WINDOW
When a window appears, the assignments to the function keys change as follows: is the 'CLOSE' key, which closes the active window. is the 'CANCEL' key, which ignores changed selections and closes the active window. is the 'SELECT ITEM' key, which opens and closes a list box and selects the highlighted item. Stepping through a window has a fixed sequence as shown in Figure 1-7.
Press a MORE function key. This opens a window.
(Press (NEXT PAGE) or (PREVIOUS PAGE) to choose an item on page 2 or page 3.)
Choose the item that has to be changed.
Open the list box. or Choose the new parameter.
This selects the new parameter and closes the list box.
Repeat steps through for more items.
Close the window and continue measurements.
Figure 1-7 Sequence to Go Through a Window

Figure 3-1 Measurement Connections
USING THE MEASUREMENT FUNCTIONS
Use the Measure menu to choose one or more automatic measurements. Simply choose your desired measurement and the test tool sets itself up and displays the result.
Regardless of the mode you are in, press access the Measure menu.
Measure Menu Press (MORE MEASURE) to access a multipaged (seven pages) list of all possible measurements. Press (PREVIOUS PAGE) and (NEXT PAGE) to step through the pages in the More Measure window.
On a page, use and to highlight the desired measurement, then press to select. This activates your chosen measurement and closes the window. The measurement result is instantly displayed on the screen.
3-4 See Figure 3-2 for screen examples in Dual Display mode and Scope mode.
The measurements in the More Measure window are listed below. Page 1 of 7: OHM Measure the resistor value () of a resistor connected to the red and black 4-mm banana jacks. DIODE Test a diode that is connected to the red and black 4-mm banana jacks. The red banana jack is the high input while the black one is the low. The result is displayed as the forward or reverse voltage of a diode. CONTINUITY Detect an open or closed circuit that is connected to the red and black 4-mm banana jacks. A beeper draws your attention when the circuit is closed. C PROBE EXT.mV Detect a temperature in degrees Celsius with a Temperature probe (optional) that is connected to the red and black 4-mm banana jacks. F PROBE EXT.mV Detect a temperature in degrees Fahrenheit with a Temperature probe (optional) that is connected to the red and black 4-mm banana jacks.
Figure 3-2 Measurement results in Dual Display mode and Scope mode

ATTENTION

The Scope Mode measurements are not valid for the FLUKE 91 and 92
ACCESSORY (mV) EXT.mV Measure millivolts with an accessory that is connected to the red and black 4-mm banana jacks.
Making Measurements Page 2 of 7: NOTE INPUT A in Meter mode can make separate V DC and Vrms AC measurements on the same signal at the same time. V DC and Vrms AC readings are normally displayed together. V DC METER Measure the DC (direct) voltage of the input signal in Meter mode. Vrms AC METER Measure the RMS (Root Mean Square) voltage of the input signal in Meter mode. This is done with DC- coupled input. Allows AC component of signal to be displayed Vrms AC+DC METER Measure the true RMS (Root Mean Square) voltage of the input signal in Meter mode. If a DC-offset is present, this measurement will read higher or lower than Vrms AC. If there is no DC offset present, this measurement will be the same as Vrms AC. V DC (mean) SCOPE Measure the mean (average of readings) value of the waveform between the (vertical) cursors in Scope mode. Vrms SCOPE Measure the RMS (Root Mean Square) voltage of the waveform between the (vertical) cursors in Scope mode. dV SCOPE Measure the voltage difference between the (horizontal) cursors in Scope mode.

TIME List Box CANCEL ignores the TIME window selection and returns to the Measure menu again.
Press (Hz) to open a list with frequency measurements:

Frequency List Box

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ORDERING MEASUREMENT READINGS
At default, three measurement readings are displayed at the same time, although you can display up to four readings. See Chapters 4 and 6 for more information. When you exceed the number of selected readings, all readings shift down one and your latest chosen measurement is placed on top. Notice that the previous bottom reading is then removed.
MEASURING FUNCTIONS NOT AVAILABLE FROM THE MEASURE MENU
There are also a few more measurements that you can only find in the Scope, Meter or EXT.mV modes. These are listed below. Chapter 4 describes how to select the Meter and EXT.mV mode measurements, and Chapter 5 the Scope mode measurements. Additional measurements for Meter and EXT.mV modes Vrms AC (no DC) Measure the RMS (Root Mean Square) voltage of the input signal in Meter mode. This is done with AC-coupled input so that the DC signal component is blocked and the range is optimized for the AC signal component. The V DC reading is inhibited due to AC coupling. In some cases this measurement gives one more digit of resolution over Vrms AC (DC coupled). dBV AC+DC (decibel Volts) Measure the voltage ratio of the AC and DC components of a signal with respect to a reference voltage in Meter mode. This is done with DCcoupled input. dBV AC (no DC) (decibel Volts) Measure the voltage ratio of the AC component of a signal with respect to a reference voltage in Meter mode. This is done with ACcoupled input so that the DC signal component is blocked and the range is optimized for the AC sinal component.
Making Measurements dBm AC (decibel milliwatt) Measure the power ratio of the AC component of a signal with respect to 1 mW in Meter mode. This is done with DC-coupled input. dBm AC (no DC) (decibel milliwatt) Measure the power ratio of the AC and DC components of a signal with respect to 1 mW in Meter mode. This is done with AC-coupled input so that the DC signal component is blocked and the range is optimized for the AC sinal component. dBW AC+DC (decibel Watt) Measure the power ratio of the AC and DC components of a signal with respect to 1W in Meter mode. This is done with DC-coupled input. dBW AC (no DC) (decibel Watt) Measure the power ratio of the AC component of a signal with respect to 1W in Meter mode. This is done with AC-coupled input so that the DC signal component is blocked and the range is optimized for the AC sinal component. WATT AC+DC Measure the AC and DC audio watts from the signal in Meter mode. This is done with DC-coupled input. You can choose 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, or 50 as reference impedance. WATT AC (no DC) Measure the AC audio watts from the signal in Meter mode. This is done with AC-coupled input so that the DC signal component is blocked and the range is optimized for the AC sinal component. You can choose 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, or 50 as reference impedance.

TRIGGERING. Trigger Basics. Selecting a Trigger Source. Defining the Trace Start. Selecting a Trigger Slope. Selecting a Trigger Level. Selecting Auto Level. Choosing a Trigger Delay. DISPLAYING THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM OF A WAVEFORM. MAKING COMBINATIONS WITH INPUT A AND INPUT B. DISPLAYING MULTIPLE WAVEFORMS. ADAPTING THE DISPLAY. Selecting a Dot Size. Selecting a Display Grid. Adjusting the Trace Quality. MORE INFORMATION.
5-11 5-11 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-13 5-13 5-13 5-14 5-15 5-15 5-16 5-16 5-16 5-16 5-17
Scope connections are illustrated in Figure 5-1. Maximum scope inputs on either BNC are as follows: 91
Maximum input signal voltage: 300V rms direct Maximum input signal voltage: 600V rms when using 10:1 probe Voltage to ground: 600V rms
Input impedance is 10 M/15 pF with the 10:1 probe. Press and to select the Scope mode. 91
Figure 5-1 Scope Connections

Using the Scope Mode

MAKING AN EASY SETUP
Continuous Auto Set automatically selects the optimum settings for connected input signals and keeps track of any variation of the signal. Start Continuous Auto Set by pressing. For most signals, the ScopeMeter test tool will automatically set inputs, amplitudes, time base setting, and triggering for an optimum display. Pressing sets the following:
CONTROLLING INPUTS A AND B
Press or 91 to open the input settings menu.

Figure 5-2 Input A Menu

INPUT A and/or INPUT B is switched on depending on signal input. All other waveform displays are switched off. Between two and five periods of the waveform with the lowest frequency are displayed. The attenuation per input is set so that the waveform occupies about four vertical divisions. The trigger source is chosen as the input signal with the lowest frequency.
Selecting the Input Press on the appropriate input to turn it on and off. Selecting the Input Coupling Press on the appropriate input to select the input signal coupling. The selection is shown in the upper line of the top displa y. AC-coupling allows for reading ac voltages above 40 Hz only. DC-coupling allows for reading ac and dc voltages. The GND selection disconnects the input signal and displays the ground or zero level as a horizontal line. Ground provides a useful tool for setting up the display to show a high dc level or voltage spike. For example, if you anticipate a high positive dc level, select GND and press to move the ground level lower on the display. A small marker box ( ) on the right side of the display identifies the ground level.
If no triggerable waveform is found when you press , approximate settings are used. If the input signal subsequently changes, the test tool readjusts itself; you will always have a meaningful picture on the display. Continuous Auto Set can be configured through the Menu. Refer to Chapter 6 for a complete description.

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USING A PRINTER 91 92
Connecting to a Printer Use the Optically Isolated RS-232 Adapter/Cable (PM9080/001) to connect a printer to the OPTICAL INTERFACE connection of the ScopeMeter test tool. See Figure 6-7.
The following instructions relate to actions you must take at the test tool end of this operation. For more information about advised printer setup parameters, see Appendix 10D. Setting Print Parameters Press and then to open the Printer window. You can now choose the printer settings and type of information to print.
Ensure that the printer is turned off during installation. This prevents damage to the printer.
Figure 6-8 Printer Window Selecting Printer Types The test tool can print directly to an FX/LQ (Epson) type or HP ThinkJet type printer at 1200 or 9600 baud. From the list box, make these printer type selections. Selecting Print Options You can choose from the following print options: Screen, Readings, or Waveforms. Figure 6-7 PM9080/001 Hookup
Using Additional Capabilities SCREEN (default setting) Print a graphic copy of the actual display (Scope, Meter, or in any other mode).
6 - 15 READINGS Print a numerical representation of the measured values in table form. Printing can be done once (single) or repetitively with a selected interval time.
6 - 16 WAVEFORMS Print the selected waveform. The waveform is printed in a numerical format that represents sample data points (Scope mode only). You can calculate the real voltage of each data point by subtracting the Y-pos from the data point value (3-0=3, etc), then multiplying this with the 200 mV/dot parameter (3 * 200 mV = 600 mV). The time distance between two dots is 20.0 s here. Printing Grey in White or Black Print the grey persistence of the display as white or as black on paper. Sending to a Printer Press to start printing via the OPTICAL INTERFACE port. The settings you made in the User Options menu will be used.

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USING THE WAVEFORM GENERATOR
96 Press and then to open the GENERATE menu. You can now select a waveform output at the red (GENERATOR OUT) and black (COMmon) 4-mm banana jacks.

TESTING COMPONENTS 96

Figure 6-9 Generator Menu 1. Select GENERATOR OUTPUT and turn the generator on and off. 2. Choose one of the six waveforms: Square wave: 1.95kHz, 976Hz, or 488Hz (all at 5V p-p) Sine wave: 976 Hz (1V p-p) Slow ramp: Voltage (-2V to +2V, 1 mA maximum) Current (0 to 3 mA, 2V maximum) The generator is automatically disabled in the and mode. , ,

Open the TIME window. : rise time Select the rise time measurement.
Now you are ready to do a precise rise time measurement.
Figure 7-13 Measuring the rise time of a pulse.

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Set the left cursor to the low level of the waveform: see Figure 7-14. This is the 0% reference point.
Set the right cursor to the high level of the waveform: see Figure 7-14. This is the 100% reference point. The test tool instantly displays the rise time: "156 ns". (See Figure 7-14.)
To identify the points on the slope where the measurement has occurred, you can use the markers on page 3 within the More Scope window.
Figure 7-14 Rise Time Measurement (with markers)

Chapter 8

ScopeMeter Test Tool Tutorial
TESTING POTENTIOMETERS. 8-4 MAKING LOW FREQUENCY VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS WITH THE METER. 8-5 ASSISTING CONTINUOUS AUTO SET ON COMPLEX WAVEFORMS. 8-10 MAKING LOW FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS WITH THE SCOPE. 8-17
MAKING SINGLE SHOT MEASUREMENTS WITH THE SCOPE. FINDING HIDDEN WAVEFORM DETAILS WITH THE SCOPE. MAKING SCOPE CURSOR MEASUREMENTS. USING THE MATH FUNCTIONS.

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8-2 This chapter demonstrates how to use several of the advanced features of your ScopeMeter test tool. To become familiar with these features, you must use the Demonstration Board. All the following tutorials (except "Testing Potentiometers") require that you connect the test tool to the relevant test points (TP1 through TP5) on the "Demo Board". In "Testing potentiometers" you must supply your own potentiometer. Before making any measurement, be aware of the safety precautions on page VIII. The Demo Board connections are shown in Figure 8-1.
All displays shown in the example figures are typical values. Actual measured values may vary because the Demo Board signal levels are dependent on the battery voltage.
TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE: USE ONLY THE TEST LEAD/PROBE SET SUPPLIED WITH THE SCOPEMETER TEST TOOL (OR SAFETY-DESIGNED EQUIVALENTS) WITHOUT EXPOSED METAL CONNECTORS. USE ONLY ONE COM (COMMON) CONNECTION. REMOVE ALL PROBES AND TEST LEADS THAT ARE NOT IN USE.

A. MAKING CURSOR AMPLITUDE (VOLTAGE) MEASUREMENTS To select which Cursor measurements are to be made, you do the following: 6. 7. 8. 9. Press Press Press Use press to open the Scope mode Submenu. to open the MORE SCOPE window. for page 2. to highlight CURSOR READINGS, and to turn it on
Now you can choose the different cursor readings: 10. Use press 12. Use to select. 12. Press choice. 13. Use select. 14. Press to highlight ADD MAIN READING, and to open the list box. to highlight V at left, and press
Press to slow the time base if required to show three cycles on the display. Press to freeze the display.
to open the list box again for a next
to highlight dV, and press
Freezing the display is not necessary when making cursor measurements, but for this example it gives stable values that are easier to examine.

to close the window.

ScopeMeter Test Tool Tutorial 15. Use to shift the waveform downwards to fit completely on the display. 16. Use and to horizontally position cursors as shown in Figure 8-18. As you move the cursors left and right, their intersection with the waveform is indicated by a horizontal dotted line. Make sure that the left cursor is at the bottom of the waveform and the right cursor at the top (see Figure 8-18).

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Figure 8-18 Volt Cursors Measurement
8 - 28 The voltage at the left cursor is about 400 mV. Remember that this waveform is DC coupled, so you are measuring the absolute DC value. Note that the ground is marked by the " " indicator. To make absolute DC measurements, such as Vrms, Vmean, Vmax peak, Vmin peak, V at LEFT, or V at RIGHT, you must always use DC input coupling. To make measurements referenced to certain waveform levels, first locate the cursors on the two levels (use the present positions): 17. Press and you will see that "ZERO activated (highlighted).
91/92/96/99/105 The dV readout now changes to 0.00 cursor to the right: 18. Press

V. Move the left

until it is about halfway up the slope.
You should have the same value for both cursor readouts because the absolute voltage change is the same for both functions. To see this as a % change: 19. Press and "%" is activated (highlighted).

" is

The dV readout is about 50% because you moved the left cursor halfway up the slope. Its reference points were the top and bottom of the slope.

ScopeMeter Test Tool Tutorial B. MAKING CURSOR TIME MEASUREMENTS In addition to amplitude measurements you can also make time measurements. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press Press Press Use press once again to turn off "%". to open the MORE SCOPE window. for page 2. to highlight ADD MAIN READING, and to open the list box.

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Choose the following two time readings: 5. Use to select. 6. 7. Press Use select. Press to open the list box once again. to highlight "frequency", and press to Figure 8-19 Time Cursors Measurement to close the window. to locate the cursors as to highlight "rise time", and press
Use and shown in Figure 8-19.
8 - 30 The real frequency (Hz) measurement is an automatic measurement that occurs on the first full period contained between the cursors. If the cursors are too close together for a full period to be recognized, the test tool is unable to make a measurement and you see an answer of "---". To correct this situation move the right cursor more to the right. This frequency function makes simple measurements of sub-frequencies possible. Just move the left cursor to the start of the waveform detail you want to measure and read the frequency. The rise time measurement also occurs on the first edge following the left cursor. You must set the left cursor at the waveform low level and the right cursor at the waveform high level. These two levels are used as the 0% and 100% references for this measurement. Rise time is defined as the time taken for the waveform to go from 10% to 90% of these two reference levels. To see the markers: 1. 2. Press Press window. Press Use to select. 5. Press
to open the MORE SCOPE window. twice for page 3 of the MORE SCOPE
to open the SET MARKERS list box. to highlight "rise time", and press
You now have two 'X' markers on the leading edge of the waveform, which indicate where the 10% and 90% levels are. If you move the left cursor to the right, you see these markers move too. To make a fall time measurement, you must set the left cursor at the high level and the right cursor at the low level.
ScopeMeter Test Tool Tutorial C. MAKING CURSOR PHASE MEASUREMENTS In addition to the previous connection, also connect the grey scope probe from INPUT B to TP2. 1. 2. Press. 9. Press
8 - 31 to open the SET MARKERS list box. to highlight "phase", and press to close the window. to
10. Use select. 11. Press
Use of both inputs to see the two waveforms on the display. Press to freeze the display.
You should now have a display that looks like Figure 8-20.
(If the display shows glitches on INPUT B, press twice more until they disappear; otherwise, incorrect measurements will be made). 4. 5. Press Press to open the MORE SCOPE window. for page 2.

8 - 34 The result is stored in the first free memory location (memory 1), and is instantly displayed. If you want to move the Math result on the display, do the following: 1. 2. Press Use to select. 3. Use on the display. to move the Math result up and down. to highlight "move 1", and press
You should now have a display as shown in Figure 8-22, where the sum of INPUT A and INPUT B is clearly visible.
If the Memory #1 waveform amplitude needs adjustment: 4. 5. 6. Press Press Use press Use and press Press. to open the MATH MENU window. to highlight SCALE RESULT, and to open the list box. for the appropriate scaling factor /5, to select. Figure 8-22 Adding INPUT A + B 8. to close the window. Using the same procedure, you can perform subtraction or multiplication of two waveforms.
ScopeMeter Test Tool Tutorial The Invert, Integrate and Filter functions process information from just one waveform (or source) and place the result in another Waveform memory (or destination). Invert is almost the same as the INPUT invert function found under the or menu. Integration allows you to totalize the waveform over a period of time, showing the real power dissipation when the waveform changes levels. To use the Integrate function: 1. 2. 3. Press Press Use press Use to select. INPUT A has a good waveform to demonstrate integration and Destination 1 is already displayed. If the resulting waveform amplitude needs adjustment: 5. 6. 7. Use press Use and press Press to highlight SCALE RESULT, and to open the list box. for the appropriate scaling factor /25, to select. to close the window. Figure 8-23 Integration of INPUT A. to open the MATH MENU window. to highlight MATH OPERATION, and to open the list box. to highlight "integrate", and press
8 - 35 With INPUT A set for DC coupling and the waveform varying from about 0 to +4V, the result of the Integrate function is a positive increasing line. When pulses occur on INPUT A, the integral result increases accordingly as shown in Figure 8-23. You can also use CURSOR READING to make measurements on the Math results.
8 - 36 The Math Filter function averages the last five and the next five samples and removes high frequency noise from low frequency waveforms. Filtering is most useful to clean up single shot acquisitions. To see the effect of the Filter function: 1. 2. 3. 4. Press Press Use press Use select. to open the MATH MENU window. to highlight MATH OPERATION, and to open the list box. to highlight "filter", and press to

10 - 10 Safety Designed to Installation Category III per IEC 1010, CSA C22.2 (including approval), and UL1244 (including approval) for 600V measurements on industrial power distributions systems. MAX. Input voltage on.300V rms, 600V rms with INPUT A or INPUT B 10:1 probe MAX. Input voltage on EXTernal input..300 V rms Surge Protection.4 kV, 6 kV with 10:1 probe per IEC 664 and ANSI/IEEE C62.41 test method Maximum Isolation to Earth..600V rms from any terminal Optical Interface.. Optically Isolated to 600V rms

ACCESSORY INFORMATION

Passive Probe 10:1 (PM8918) Attenuation: x10 Useful Bandwidth: 100 MHz Input resistance: 10 M Input capacitance: 15 pF Cable length: 1.5m Max. signal Voltage: 600V rms Max. surge Voltage: 6 kV Max. Voltage to Ground: 600V rms Double insulated per IEC1010-1 for 600V. Optically Isolated RS-232 Adapter /Cable (PM9080/001) Serial Printer Interface 91 92. EPSON FX/LQ, HP Thinkjet, HP Laserjet Print screens and waveforms or log meter and cursor readings Full PC Interface 96.Transfer setups, waveforms, measurements, etc. Capture Screen.With optional FlukeView software

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Appendix 10B

Parts and Accessories

SERVICE MANUAL

Part Number: 05361

STANDARD KIT CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION Yellow Holster Grey Holster NiCad Battery Pack (installed) NiCad Battery Pack (installed) Power Adapter/Battery Charger (four models available:) Universal Europe 220V, 50 Hz North America 110V, 60 Hz United Kingdom 240V, 50 Hz Universal 115V/230V Accessory Case, Soft MODEL PM9083/001 PM9083/002 PM9086/001 PM9086/002 PM8907/001 PM8907/003 PM8907/004 PM8907/008 C 75 PART NUMBER ------------------REMARK Fluke 91, 92, 96, 99 Fluke 105 Fluke 91, 92, 96, 99 Fluke 105
10 - 12 DESCRIPTION Probe Set 10:1 10:1 Probe (Red) 10:1 Probe (Grey) HF Adapter (2 x Black) Adapter Probe Tip to Banana (Red) Adapter Probe Tip to Banana (Grey) High Voltage Test Pin (Red) High Voltage Test Pin (Grey) Mini Test Hook (Red) Mini Test Hook (Grey) Trim Screwdriver (Red) Trim Screwdriver (Grey) Industrial Alligator Clips (Red and Grey) Multimeter Test Lead Set Test Leads (Red and Black) Test Pins (Red and Black) Industrial Alligator Clip (Black) Banana Adapter (Red) Banana Adapter (Black) Adapter Dual Banana Plug to BNC MODEL PM8918/002
91/92/96/99/105 PART NUMBER --50416 REMARK set of two

PM9084/001

set of two

TL24 TP20 AC20

32086 ---------
set of two set of two set of two

PM9081/001

Appendixes DESCRIPTION Probe Accessory Set Adapter Dual Banana Plug to BNC HF Adapter (2 x Black) Adapter Probe Tip to Banana (Red) High Voltage Test Pin (Red) Mini Test Hook (Red) Trim Screwdriver (Red) Probe Accessory Set Adapter Dual Banana Plug to BNC HF Adapter (2 x Black) Adapter Probe Tip to Banana (Red) Adapter Probe Tip to Banana (Grey) High Voltage Test Pin (Red) High Voltage Test Pin (Grey) Mini Test Hook (Red) Mini Test Hook (Grey) Trim Screwdriver (Red) Trim Screwdriver (Grey) Demo Board MODEL PM9081/001 PART NUMBER 70149 --50417 ----REMARK Fluke 91

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PM9094/001 PM9081/001

Fluke 92, 96, 99, 105

10 - 14 DESCRIPTION Users Manual (English) Users Manual (German) Users Manual (French) Users Manual (Dutch) Users Manual (Spanish) Users Manual (Italian) Users Manual (Danish) Users Manual (Norwegian) Users Manual (Swedish) Users Manual (Finnish) Users Manual (Chinese) Users Manual (Japanese) Users Manual (Korean) Quick Operating Guide MODEL
91/92/96/99/105 PART NUMBER REMARK

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Appendix 10C

PM8907 Information

Your ScopeMeter test tool is powered by a PM8907 Power Adapter /Battery Charger. The version you use depends on the configuration ordered.
Four versions are used with the ScopeMeter test tool:
TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK, CONNECT THE PM8907 POWER ADAPTER TO THE AC OUTLET BEFORE CONNECTION TO THE SCOPEMETER TEST TOOL.
PM8907/001 PM8907/003 PM8907/004 PM8907/008
Universal European line plug 230V 10% North American line plug 110V 15% United Kingdom line plug 240V 10% North American line plug and switchable line voltage 115V 15% or 230V 15%.
The line frequencies for all units are 50, 60, and 400 Hz 10%.

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PM8907/001

PM8907/003

PM8907/008

PM8907/004

Figure 10C-1 Four Versions of PM8907
At delivery, the PM8907/008 is set to 230V and is provided with a Power Supply Cord and Attachment Plug that is for use at the 115V setting only. When operating the unit at the 230V setting, you need a North American-to-European line plug adapter. Before you connect the PM8907/008 to the local line, first check the preselected voltage setting on this unit. You can find the voltage selector switch on the bottom of the PM8907/008. If necessary, select the corresponding line voltage with the slide switch and ensure that the proper voltage is visible in the window of the slide selector (see Figure 10C-1).

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Appendix 10D
Recommended Printer Setup Parameters

EPSON FX/LQ COMPATIBLES

Serial Interface Unit
Switch 1-1 1-3 1-4 1-7 1-2 1-5 1-6 1-8 Function Baud rate Baud rate Baud rate Baud rate Word length Parity odd/even Parity check Valid interface selection Setting OFF (1200 baud) or ON (9600 baud) OFF (1200/9600 baud) OFF (1200/9600 baud) OFF (1200 baud) or ON (9600 baud) OFF (8-bit) don't care OFF (disabled) ON (serial interface)

Appendixes electrical signals such as waveforms. Peak-to-Peak waveform. The highest and lowest voltage value of a Repetitive Pulse frequency.
10 - 29 (recurrently) updates the display. This gives a dynamic look at the waveform activity as it occurs. A signal with a regular pattern or
Percentage of Pulse Width The ratio of signal on-time to its total cycle time, as measured in percent. Probe Calibration A procedure that adjusts the ScopeMeter test tool internally to compensate for resistance variations between probes. Probes Measuring conductor that connects the ScopeMeter test tool to a circuit; specifically for use in the BNC jacks. Pulse A waveform that increases from a constant value, then decreases to its original value. Pulse Trains A repetitive series of pulses.
Rise Time The time between the 10% and 90% points of the first slope after the left cursor of a waveform. Rising Slope voltage. The part of a waveform displaying a rise in
Root Mean Square (RMS) the effective DC value.
Conversion of AC voltages to
Roll Visual log of a waveform activity that is useful when measuring lower frequency signals. RPM Engine speed expressed in Revolutions Per Minute. Sample A momentary reading taken from an input signal. The ScopeMeter test tool takes a series of samples to display a waveform. Sampling Rate The number of readings taken from a signal every second. The ScopeMeter test tool can take up to 25,000,000 samples per second. Screen The complete image of the display.
Pulse Width The duration from the beginning to the end of a signal's on-time or off-time. Range The quantity between two points or levels.
Recall The function of loading a stored Setup, Screen, or Waveform back into the ScopeMeter test tool. Recurrent The ScopeMeter test tool continuously
10 - 30 Scope Mode In this mode, the ScopeMeter test tool works like a digital oscilloscope. Setup Series of adjustments necessary for the ScopeMeter test tool to display a waveform or reading. Sine Wave A common curved waveform that is mathematically defined. Single Shot Allows the ScopeMeter test tool to capture a single event. Smooth (Scope) Averages multiple samples of a waveform. Useful to suppress noise without loss of bandwidth. Square Wave A common waveform that consists of repeating square pulses. Sweep Speed see "Time Base" Waveform Time Base The time defined per horizontal division on the display, expressed in seconds per division. Time Delay The time between the trigger event and the real acquisition of the waveform. Top Display The upper edge of the display, where the ScopeMeter test tool lists probe calibration, voltage scale, time base, input coupling, and trigger information.
Trace The displayed waveform that shows the voltage variations of the input signal as a function of time. Trigger Determines the beginning point of a waveform.

 

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