AppendixE - appears. 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th band band...

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E Page 1 Multimetre Fluke 79 III and Fluke 179 specifcations Fu0nction Function* Accuracy 4.000 V, 40.00 V, 400.0 V, 1000 V ±(0.3 % + 1) 40.00 mV 400.0 mV ±(0.3 % + 5) ±(0.3 % + 1) W 400.0 W 4.000 k W , 40.00 k W , 4.000 M W 400.0 k W 40.00 M W ±(0.4 % + 2) ±(0.4 % + 1) ±(0.6 % + 1) ±(1 % + 3) Capacitance 99.99 nF, 999.9 nF, 9.999 m F 99.99 m F, 999.9 m F 9999 m F ±(1.9 % + 2) ±(1.9 % + 2) ±10 % 4.000 A 10.00 A ±(0.5 % + 5) ±(0.5 % + 2) Temperature -40 o C to +400 o C 1 % + 10 ** Frequency*** 99.99 Hz, 999.9 Hz, 9.999 kHz, 20.00 kHz ±(0.01 % + 1) * All range with number 4 should be replace by 6 on model Fluke 179 ** Does no include error o² the thermocouple probe. *** For rectangular wave²orms 25 % duty cycle 75 %, Vca 1 kHz. mV V A Resistor colour code chart Volts, Ohms, Hertz Common terminal Milliamps Amps Scale ( Range ) Function Bar graph Range selector auto / manual Function Selector Low battery* * To avoid false readings, replace the battery as soon as the battery indicator
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Unformatted text preview: appears. 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th band band multiplier tolerance Silver--10-2 10% Gold--10-1 5% Black-1-Brown 1 1 10 1% Red 2 2 10 2 2% Orange 3 3 10 3-Yellow 4 4 10 4-Green 5 5 10 5 0.5% Blue 6 6 10 6 0.25% Violet 7 7 10 7 0.1% Grey 8 8 10 8-White 9 9 10 9- Make sure you read the bands on the resistor rom the correct side. In most cases the resistor will have either a gold or silver band, which should be the right most band when reading the colors on the resistors. I no such bands exist then you should arrange the resistor in such a way that the right most color band is the widest. The two frst bands represent the signifcant fgures while the third color band represents the multiplier and the 4th color band is or the tolerance (uncertainty on the resistances value specifed by the manuacturer). Ex. : red, black, orange and gold = 20 * 10 3 5% = (20 1) k W Appendix E E...
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