AC Current

Resolution

Range

Slow

Medium

Fast

Burden Voltage*

10 mA

100 |JA

-

-

0.14 V

30 mA

-

1 jA

10 JA

0.45 V

100 mA

1 jA

10 JA

100 JA

1.4 V

10 A

100 jA

1 mA

10 mA

0.25 V

* Typical at full range

Accuracy

Accuracy

Range

Frequency

Slow

Medium

Fast

mA (To 100 mA)

20-50 Hz

2% + 100

2% + 10

7% + 2

mA (To 100 mA)

50 Hz - 10 kHz

0.5% + 100

0.5% + 10

0.8% + 2

mA (To 100 mA)

10 - 20 kHz

2% + 200

2% + 20

2% + 3

A (1-10 A)

20 - 50 Hz

2% + 100

2% + 10

7% + 2

A (1 - 10 A)

50 Hz - 2 kHz

1% + 100

1% + 10

1.3% + 2

A (0.5 to 1 A)

20 - 50 Hz

2% + 300

2% + 30

7% + 4

A (0.5 to 1 A)

50 Hz - 2 kHz

1% + 300

1% + 30

1.3% + 4

mA accuracy specifications apply within the following limits, based on reading rate:

Slow Reading Rate: Between 15,000 and 99,999 counts (full range) Medium Reading Rate: Between 1,500 and 30,000 counts (full range) Fast Reading Rate: Between 150 and 3,000 counts (full range)

Maximum Crest Factor 3.0

Maximum Input mA 300 mA dc or ac rms. Protected with a 500 mA, 250 V, IEC 127-sheet I, fast blow fuse and a 440 mA, 1000 V, fast blow fuse.

A 10 A dc or ac rms continuous, or 20 A dc or ac rms for 30 seconds maximum. Protected with a 11 A, 1000 V, 17,000 A interrupt rating, fast blow fuse.

Note

Resistance between the COM binding post and the meter's internal measuring circuits is approximately .003 W.

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