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 ²rom 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. I² 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 ²or the tolerance (uncertainty on the resistance’s value specifed by the manu²acturer). Ex. : red, black, orange and gold = 20 * 10 3 ± 5% = (20 ± 1) k W Appendix E E...
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course SCIENCE PHY1321 taught by Professor Andraj during the Spring '08 term at University of Ottawa.

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