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HHM9007R Digital Multimeter
MADE IN TAIWAN
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INTRODUCTION This manual contains information and warnings that must be followed to ensure safe operation and retain the meter in safe condition.
WARNING READ "SAFETY INFORMATION" BEFORE
USING THE METER.
This Digital Insulation Camp Meter is a handheld 6000-count instrument that is designed for use in the laboratory, field servicing, at home, and any circumstance where high current measurement is required. The clamp meter is built with a design of finger guard which ensures users operating the instrument under a safety situation; a rugged case that is shock resistant and fire-retardant; and electronic overload protection for all functions and ranges. In addition, a carrying case (optional accessory) is available for easy portability of the meter and avoiding damage.
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION Upon removing your new Digital Insulation Clamp Meter from it’s packing, you should have the following items:
1. Digital Multimeter 2. Test Lead Set (one black, one red) 3. 9-volt Battery 4. Type-K thermocouple 5. CD software, USB cable (on RS232 function
model) 6. Instruction Manual
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: The following safety precautions must be observed to ensure maximum personal safety during the operation, service and repair of this meter:
1. Read these operating instructions thoroughly and
completely before operating your meter. Pay particular
attention to WARNINGS that will inform you of
potentially dangerous procedures. The instructions in
these warnings must be followed.
2. Always inspect your meter, test leads and accessories
for any sign of damage or abnormality before every use.
If any abnormal conditions exist (eg-broken test leads,
cracked cases, display not reading, etc.), do not attempt
to take any measurements.
3. Do not expose the instrument to direct sunlight, extreme
temperature or moisture.
4. Never ground yourself when taking electrical
measurements. Do not touch exposed metal pipes,
outlets, fixtures, etc., which might be at ground potential.
Keep your body isolated from ground by using dry
clothing, rubber shoes, rubber mats, or any approved
5. To avoid electric shock use CAUTION when working
with voltages above DC60V or AC30V rms. Such
voltages pose a shock hazard.
6. Never exceed the maximum allowable input value of any
function when taking a measurement. Refer to the
specifications for maximum inputs.
7. Never touch exposed wiring, connections or any live
circuit when attempting to take measurements.
8. Do not attempt to operate this instrument in an
explosive atmosphere (i.e. in the presence of flammable
gases or fumes, vapor or dust).
9. When testing for the presence of voltage, make sure the
voltage function is operating properly by reading a
known voltage in that function before assuming that a
zero reading indicates a no-voltage condition. Always
test your meter before and after taking measurements
on a known live circuit.
Cleaning Wipe the case with a damp cloth and mild
detergent. Do not use abrasives or solvents. Dirt or
moisture in the terminals can affect readings.
Safety: Conforms to IEC/EN 61010-1, IEC/EN
61010-2-033, CAT III 1000V, CAT IV 600V,
Class II, Pollution degree 2 Indoor use.
CAT III: Is for measurements performed in the
CAT IV: Is for measurements performed at the
source of the low-voltage installation.
EMC: Conforms to EN 61326-1.
The symbols used on this instrument are:
Caution, refer to accompanying
Equipment protected throughout by
Double insulation (Class II)
10 9 8
(6000 or RS232)
TRUE RMS AC+DC
AUTO POWER OFF
0 10 20 5030 40 60
1. V Hz%ns , Voltage, Ohms, Frequency, Duty
cycle, Conductance, Diode Input Terminal
This is the positive input terminal for Voltage, Ohms,
Frequency, Duty cycle, Conductance, Diode
measurements. Connection is made to it using the red
2. COM Common Terminal
This is the negative (ground) input terminal for all
measurement modes. Connection is made to it using
the black test lead.
3. µA Current, Input Terminal
This is the positive input terminal for µA Current
measurements. Connection is made to it using the red
test lead. Input warning detects wrong.
4. mA/20A Current, Input Terminal
This is the positive input terminal for mA/20A Current
measurement. Connection is made to it using the red
5. Temperature Input Jacks
Remove leads and slide the temp switch to the right to
close lead jacks.
6. Function/Range selector rotary switch
This rotary switch selects the function, and selects the
7. 6000 or RS232
(1) Press the 6000 button shift 6000 counts 60000
(2) Press the RS232 button to show "RS232" annunciator
on LCD and to start sending data to computer being
8. SHIFT Button
(1) Shift V V + , mV mV + ranges.
(2) Shift ns, C °F, Hz % ranges.
(3) Shift µA + ranges.
(4) Shift 20A 20A 20A + ranges.
9. Backlight Button
Press button to activate the backlight for
approximately 3.0 minutes.
10. MAX/MIN Button
The "MAX" displays the maximum value of
measurements. The "MIN" displays the minimum value
of measurements. Press MAX/MIN button for more than
2 seconds to exit.
11. HOLD Button
(1) Press [HOLD] button to toggle in and out of the Data
Hold mode. In the data hold mode, the "HOLD
annunciator is displayed and the last reading is held on