PeakTech 1200 - USER MANUAL
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This product complies with the requirements of the following European Community Directives: 89/336/EC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and 73/23/EC (Low Voltage) as amended by 93/68/EC (CE-Marking). Overvoltage category III 1000V; pollution degree 2. CAT I: For signal level, telecommunication, electronic with small transient over voltage CAT II: For local level, appliances, main wall outlets, portable equipment CAT III: Distribution level, fixed installation, with smaller transient overvoltages than CAT IV....
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1. Safety Precautions This product complies with the requirements of the following European Community Directives: 89/336/EC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and 73/23/EC (Low Voltage) as amended by 93/68/EC (CE-Marking). Overvoltage category III 1000V; pollution degree 2. CAT I: For signal level, telecommunication, electronic with small transient over voltage CAT II: For local level, appliances, main wall outlets, portable equipment CAT III: Distribution level, fixed installation, with smaller transient overvoltages than CAT IV. CAT IV: Units and installations, which are supplied overhead lines, which are stand in a risk of persuade of a lightning, i.e. main-switches on current input, overvoltage-diverter, current use counter. To ensure safe operation of the equipment and eliminate the danger of serious injury due to short-circuits (arcing), the following safety precautions must be observed. Damages resulting from failure to observe these safety precautions are exempt from any legal claims whatever. * Do not use this instrument for high-energy industrial installation measurement. This instrument is intended for use in installation over voltage category II according to IEC 664. For measuring circuit not exceeding 1000V DC / 750V AC, 20A. * The instrument must be set up so that the power plug can be removed from the socket easily. * Prior to connection of the equipment to the mains outlet, check that the available mains voltage corresponds to the voltage setting of the equipment. * Connect the mains plug of the equipment only to a mains outlet with earth connection. * Do not place the equipment on damp or wet surfaces. * Do not cover the ventilation slots of the cabinet to ensure that the air is able to circulate freely inside. * Do not insert metal objects into the equipment by way of the ventilation slots. * Do not place water filled containers on the equipment (danger of short-circuit in case of knock over of the container). * Do not exceed the maximum permissible input ratings (danger of serious injury and/or destruction of the equipment). * The meter is designed to withstand the stated max voltages. If it is not possible to exclude without that impulses, transients, disturbance or for other reasons, these voltages are exceeded a suitable presale (10:1) must be used. * Replace a defective fuse only with a fuse of the original rating. Never short-circuit fuse or fuse holding. * Disconnect test leads or probe from the measuring circuit before switching modes or functions. * Do not conduct voltage measurements with the test leads connected to the mA/A- and COM-terminal of the equipment. * The 20A-range is protected. To avoid damage or injury, use the meter only in circuits limited by fuse or circuit breaker to 20A or 4000VA. * To avoid electric shock, disconnect power to the unit under test and discharge all capacitors before taking any resistance measurements. * Do not conduct current measurements with the leads connected to the V/Ω-terminals of the equipment. * Check test leads and probes for faulty insulation or bare wires before connection to the equipment. 1 * To avoid electric shock, do not operate this product in wet or damp conditions. Conduct measuring works only in dry clothing and rubber shoes, i. e. on isolating mats. * Never touch the tips of the test leads or probe. * Comply with the warning labels and other info on the equipment. * The measurement instrument is not to be to operated unattended. * Always start with the highest measuring range when measuring unknown values. * Do not subject the equipment to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures, humidity or dampness. * Do not subject the equipment to shocks or strong vibrations. * Do not operate the equipment near strong magnetic fields (motors, transformers etc.). * Keep hot soldering irons or guns away from the equipment. * Allow the equipment to stabilize at room temperature before taking up measurement (important for exact measurements). * Do not input values over the maximum range of each measurement to avoid damages of the meter. * Do not turn the rotary function switch during voltage or current measurement, otherwise the meter could be damaged. * Use caution when working with voltages above 35V DC or 25V AC. These Voltages pose shock hazard. * Replace the battery as soon as the battery indicator “BAT” appears. With a low battery, the meter might produce false reading that can lead to electric shock and personal injury. * Fetch out the battery when the meter will not be used for long period. * Periodically wipe the cabinet with a damp cloth and mid detergent. Do not use abrasives or solvents. * The meter is suitable for indoor use only * Do not operate the meter before the cabinet has been closed and screwed safely as terminal can carry voltage. * Do not store the meter in a place of explosive, inflammable substances. * Do not modify the equipment in any way * Do not place the equipment face-down on any table or work bench to prevent damaging the controls at the front. * Opening the equipment and service – and repair work must only be performed by qualified service personnel -Measuring instruments don’t belong to children hands- 2 General Safety Requirements Before any operations, please read the following safety precautions to avoid any possible bodily injury and prevent this product or any other products connected from damage. In order to avoid any contingent danger, this product is only used within the range specified. Only the qualified technicians can implement the maintenance. Prevent the Fire or Bodily Injury. Use the proper power line. Only use the power cord specially provided for this product or that has been approved to be used in this user state. Connect or Disconnect Correctly. When the probe or testing wire is connected to the power lead, please do not connect and disconnect the probe or testing wire freely. Product Grounding. This product is grounded through the power lead grounding conductor. In order to prevent any electric shocking, the grounding conductor must be connected to the ground. It requires guarantee that this product has been already grounded correctly before any connection with its input or output terminal. Connect the probe correctly. The grounding end of the probe corresponds to the grounding phase. Please don't connect the grounding end to the positive phase. Pay attention to the nominal values of all terminals. In order to prevent any fire or electric shock risks, please pay attention to all the nominal values and marks of this product. Before implement any connections for this product, please read the user's manual of this product to understand the information about the rated values further. Do not make any operations without the instrument cover installed. If the cover or panel has already been removed, please don't operate this product. Use the proper fuse. Only the fuse complying with the specified type and nominal value for this product can be used. Avoid touching any exposed circuit. When the product is on power, please don't touch the uncovered contacts and parts. Please don't make any operations while there is an uncertain fault emerged. If suspecting damage to this product, please contact the qualified maintenance personnel for check. Keep a good ventilation condition. Please consult the detailed installation instruction in the user's manual so that this product can be erected correctly, keeping it under a good ventilation condition. Please do not make any operations in a moist environment. Please do not make any operates in an explosive environment. Keep the products surface clean and dry. 3 Safety Terms and Symbols Terms in this manual. The following terms may appear in this manual: Warning. A warning statement indicates the conditions and actions which may endanger the life safety. Note. A note statement indicates the conditions and actions which may cause damage to this product or other property. Terms on the product. The following terms may appear on this product: Danger: It indicates that there may be an immediate injury to you when you encounter this mark. Warning: It indicates that there may not be an immediate injury to you when you encounter this mark. Note: It indicates that there may be damage to this product or other property. Symbols on the products. The following symbol may appear on the products: High Voltage Please Consult the Manual. Protective Ground End Earth End on the Shell Grounding End for Measurement 4