Volt/mA Loop Calibrator is a source and measurement tool. This Volt/mA Loop Calibrator is use to measure or output 0 to 24 mA DC current loop, and 0 to 20 V DC voltage. But the calibrator cannot be used to measurement and source simultaneously.
|DC Voltage Input&Output||0-100.00mV/20.000V±(0.02%+3)|
|DC Current Input&Output||24.000mA±(0.015%+3)|
|Loop Power Output||24V±10%|
|Over Voltage Protection||30V|
|Voltage Driver Capability||1mA|
|Display||Dual LCD 5 digits|
|Fuse (fast acting)||125 mA/250V|
|LCD Size||64×42 mm|
|Product Size||205 x 97 x 45 mm|
|Weight||~460g (include battery)|
The front panel is shown
1. Loop power 24V to ground
2. mA measurement input jack
3. Input or output negative (ground) jack
4. V、mV input or output jack
5. Power switch
6. V mV conversion key
7. mA mA% conversion key
8. Input/output conversion key
9. Increase more value key
10. Reduce more value key
11. Increase less value key
12. Reduce less value key
Understanding Display Screen
LCD screen is shown
13. Input state indication
14. Output state indication
15. Indicating AUTO POWER OFF is availably
16. Result value
17. Indication to the calibration mode
18. Low power indication
19. Current mA mA% indication
20. Voltage V mV indication
21. Current mA indication
22. Sub-display zone
Delivered with the multimeter:
Holster, a pair of Test Leads, AAA*6 battery, and user manual.
Periodically wipe the case with a damp cloth and detergent; do not use abrasives or solvents.
Calibrate your calibrator once a year to ensure that it performs according to its specifications.
Replacing the Battery
Please change the battery when the LCD indicates
Turn off the power of the Calibrator, When you change the battery, and screw off the breechblock on the battery cabinet cover, then take off it and instead the fresh battery.
Replacing a Fuse
To avoid personal injury or damage to the calibrator, use only a 0.125A 250V fast fuse.
Fuse 1 is probably blown if:
. In the V output mode, with the test leads removed from the calibrator, the display flashes OL.
Fuse 2 is probably blown if:
In the mA input mode, the calibrator always reads 0.000, even with a signal applied.