Contents 1.0 Introduction ..............15 2.0 Safety Measures ..............16 3.0 Operation Elements and Connections ......17 4.0 Use of the Instrument 4.1 Preparation and Safety Measures ........18 4.2 Voltage Measurement AC/DC ..........18 4.3 Current Measurment 10A/15A AC/DC ........18 4.4 Current Measurment mA AC/DC ...........
1.0 Introduction The PASAR 323 is universally usable. The multimeter is built and tested according to the latest safety regulations. It is a valuable help in the manual and industrial area as well as for the hobby electronics technician at all standard measure tasks..
Prior to using the instrument the user is kindly requested to read the instruction manual and comply with it in all sections. Failure to read the instruction manual or to comply with the warnings and references contained herein can cause danger to life or serious injury and damage to the instrument.
3.0 Operation Elements and Connections Digital Display Symbol ”-” for negativ voltage Low battery indication Measurement range selection switch Input socket for voltage, resistance, diode and current mA Input socket COM Input socket for current A...
Prior to usage check the instrument for perfect functioning on a known voltage source (see also DIN VDE 0105, Part 1). PASAR 323 has an Auto Range function that will automaticly search for the best measurement range. 4.2 Voltage Measurement AC/DC Do not connect the probes to more than 600V AC/DC.
The value measured is shown on the digital display. If the measurment value is >10A an acoustic signal is audible. After working with 15A for 30 s, PASAR 323 needs a ”cool down time” of 5 min. 4.4 Current Measurement AC/DC mA Do not carry out current measurements in systems with more than 250V.
If resistance is <60 Ω an acoustic signal is audible. 5.0 Auto-Power-Off Approximatly 15 min after the latest key operation, PASAR 323 switches off automatically. To switch the instrument on again, turn the rotary switch from the OFF position to the desirered function.
Replace the case cover and retighten the screws. Now the measurings can be carried out as normal. Please help care for our environment, do not throw the used battery in the normal household dustbin, make sure it is disposed of as hazardous waste, or collected for recycling.
7.0 Technical data 7.1 General Display 3½ digit, LC Display, 3999 digits Overload indication left ”OL” is displayed Measurement rate 3 measurements per second Low battery indication Battery symbol at approx. 2.5V Auto Power Off after approx. 15 min Overvoltage catagory CAT III 600V Pollution degree Working temperature...