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This Calibration Information provides the information necessary to adjust and verify the performance of the Fluke Models 110, 113, 114, 115, 115C, 116, 116C, 117, and 117C True RMS Multimeter (the Meter or Product). When specific models are noted in this manual, the “C” version is also included. For example, when the listed model is 115, the instructions are applicable to the 115C as well.
If the display shows a resistance value in the range of that shown in Figure 1, the fuse is good. If the display reads 0L, replace the fuse and test again. If the display shows any other value, have the Meter serviced. See How to Contact Fluke earlier in this document.
True-rms Multimeter Maintenance Battery and Fuse Replacement XW Warning To prevent 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. h Static Awareness h Semiconductors and integrated circuits can be damaged by electrostatic discharge during handling.
5. Remove the fuse from its holder and replace it 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, first attach the case bottom to the case top, then install the two screws. Finally, insert the Meter into its holster.
True-rms Multimeter Features Features Table 1 is a list of the features for each Meter. Table 1. Features Switch Measurement Function Position The Meter is turned off. Automatically selects ac or dc volts based on the sensed ...
0 to 30 M Capacitance 9 to 900 μF Temperature 0 °C to 400 °C Frequency 2 V, 50 kHz Fluke 80 AK Temperature K-type Thermocouple Adapter Accessory K-type Thermocouple, mini-plug on both ends Temperature Double Banana plug VoltAlert  For accuracy specifications, see the Users Manual for the product.
True-rms Multimeter Performance Tests Display Test 110/114/115/116/117 Push K and turn the rotary switch to the e position. Compare the display with the example in Figure 3. Check all segments for clarity and contrast. Push K and turn the rotary switch to the k CHEK position. Compare the display with the example in Figure 3.
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 switch to the function listed in each step of Table 3 (110, 114, 115, 116, 117) or Table 4 (113).
True-rms Multimeter Performance Tests Table 3. DMM Performance Tests: 110/114/115/116/117 (cont.) Display Reading Step Function Range Applied Ω Ω Beeper On Continuity Ω Ω Beeper Off 6.000 V 5 V, 45 Hz 4.947 to 5.053 6.000 V 5 V, 1 Hz 4.897 to 5.103...
VoltAlert  If using a Fluke 9100 calibrator, the Calibrator Frequency mode must be used to obtain accurate frequency.  To keep from tripping the calibrator to standby, ramp up the voltage in 50 V increments with a 5 second delay between increments.
True-rms Multimeter Performance Tests Table 4. DMM Performance Tests: 113 Step Function Range Applied Display Reading 0.0 Ω 600.0 0.0 to 0.2 (2-Wire comp) 500 Ω 600.0 495.3 to 504.7 Ohms 6.000 k 5 kΩ 4.954 to 5.046 60.00 k 50 kΩ...
Verify that the beeper is silent and the red LED is off. 2. Connect a double banana plug to the output voltage terminals of the calibrator (Fluke 5500A or equivalent). 3. Set the calibrator output to 10 V at 60 Hz.
True-rms Multimeter Performance Tests For Fluke 117 with S/N 38920290 through 42913406, use this alternate calibration procedure to verify that VoltAlert functions properly. See Figure 5. 1. Select the VoltAlert function: a. Verify that Hi is on the display. b. Verify that the beeper is silent and the red LED is off.
The password can be changed or reset to the default as described in following paragraphs. Changing the Password Use these steps to change the Meter password: 1. 110/114/115/116/117: While pressing K, turn the rotary switch from OFF to Ω function. 113: While pressing q, turn the rotary switch from OFF to Ω...
True-rms Multimeter Calibration Adjustment Restoring the Default Password If the calibration password is forgotten, the default password (1234) can be manually restored: XW Warning To prevent electric shock or personal injury, remove the test leads and any input signal before removing the Meter’s back case.
If you turn off the Meter before completion of the adjustment procedure, the calibration constants do not change. To adjust the Meter calibration: 1. 110/114/115/116/117: While pressing K, turn the rotary switch from OFF to Ω function. 113: While pressing q, turn the rotary switch from OFF to Ω function.
Set the calibrator to Standby before you change the function switch position and after you complete adjustment of each function. If the calibration adjustment procedure is not properly completed, the Meter will not operate correctly. Table 5. Calibration Adjustment Steps (110/114/115/116/117) Rotary Display Reading Input...
110/113/114/115/116/117 Calibration Information Table 5. Calibration Adjustment Steps (110/114/115/116/117) (cont.) Rotary Display Reading Input Calibrator Switch Terminals Source Value 110/114 [1, 2] Position Set calibrator to standby, reconfigure leads, and program for amps output. A and COM 6 A, 60 Hz...