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How to use the universal meter
Measuring voltage: select a good range when measuring voltage (or current). If you use a small range to measure large voltage, there will be a danger of burning the meter; If a large range is used to measure small voltage, the pointer deflection is too small to read. The selection of measuring range shall make the pointer deflect to about 2/3 of the full scale. If the magnitude of the measured voltage is not known in advance, the highest range gear shall be selected first and then gradually reduced to the appropriate range.
A. Measurement of AC voltage: place one change-over switch of the multimeter at the AC and DC voltage range, and the other change-over switch at the appropriate range of AC voltage. The two probes of the multimeter can be connected in parallel with the circuit or load under test.
B Measurement of DC voltage: place one change-over switch of the multimeter at the AC and DC voltage ranges, and the other change-over switch at the appropriate range of DC voltage, and connect the "+" probe (red probe) to the high potential, and the "-" probe (black probe) to the low potential, that is, let the current flow in from the "+" probe and out from the "-" probe. If the probe is connected reversely, the pointer of the meter head will deflect in the opposite direction, which is easy to bend the pointer.
(6) Current measurement: when measuring the DC current, place one change-over switch of the multimeter at the DC current gear, and the other change-over switch at the appropriate range of 50uA to 500mA. The current range selection and reading method are the same as the voltage. When measuring, the circuit must be disconnected first, and then the multimeter is connected in series to the circuit under test in the direction of current from "+" to "-", that is, the current flows in from the red probe and out from the black probe. If the multimeter is connected in parallel with the load by mistake, the internal resistance of the meter head is very small, which will cause short circuit and burn the instrument. The reading method is as follows: actual value=indicated value × Range/full deviation
(7) Measuring resistance: When measuring resistance with a multimeter, the following methods shall be followed:
A Select the appropriate magnification gear. The scale line of the ohm gear of the multimeter is uneven, so the selection of the magnification gear should make the pointer stay at the thinner part of the scale line, and the closer the pointer is to the middle of the scale, the more accurate the reading is. Generally, the pointer should be between 1/3~2/3 of the scale.
B Ohm zero. Before measuring the resistance, the two probes should be short-circuited, and the "ohm (electrical) zero adjustment knob" should be adjusted at the same time, so that the pointer just points to the zero position on the right of the ohm scale line. If the pointer cannot be adjusted to the zero position, the battery voltage is insufficient or there is a problem inside the instrument. And every time the magnification gear is changed, the ohm shall be adjusted to zero again to ensure accurate measurement.
C Reading: the reading of the meter head multiplied by the multiplier is the resistance value of the measured resistance.
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1. It is forbidden to measure the insulation resistance in lightning or near the high-voltage equipment. It can only be measured when the equipment is not live and there is no induction electricity. 2. During telemetering, no one can work on the tested equipment. 3. The megohmmeter wires should not be twisted together. They should be separated. 4. It is forbidden to touch the megger with hands before it stops rotating or before the tested equipment is discharged. Do not touch the metal part of the lead when removing the wire. 5. At the end of measurement, discharge large capacitance equipment. 6. The insulation of the measuring flexible wire led from the megger terminal should be good, and the appropriate distance should be kept between the two conductors and between the conductor and the ground to avoid affecting the measurement accuracy. 7. In order to prevent the leakage resistance on the surface of the equipment under test, when using a megger, the intermediate layer of the equipment under test (such as the inner insulation between the cable shell cores) should be connected to the protective ring.
Difference between the use of digital megohmmeter and pointer megohmmeter in practice 1. Accuracy: The accuracy of digital megohmmeter is generally 0.2 and 0.5, and 0.2 is higher than 0.5. However, the accuracy of the pointer megohmmeter is 1.5, which means that the small accuracy of the ammeter is 1.5% of the large range. For example, if the large range is 100A, the small accuracy is 1. It can be seen that the precision of pointer meter is far higher than that of digital display meter. But does the pointer watch have no merit? The directness of the pointer swing and its swing speed amplitude can sometimes objectively reflect the measured size; Although the reading of the digital meter is visible, the process of digital change seems particularly chaotic and is not easy to watch. 2. There are usually two batteries in the pointer megohmmeter, one is low voltage 1.5V, the other is high voltage 9V or 15V, and its black pen is positive compared with the red pen. Digital megohmmeter usually uses a 6V or 9V battery. In the resistance range, the output current of the pointer meter is much greater than that of the digital meter × 1 Ω gear can make the speaker emit a loud "da" sound × 10k Ω gear can even light up the light emitting diode (LED). 3. In the voltage range, the internal resistance of the pointer megohmmeter is relatively small compared with the digital meter, and the measurement accuracy is relatively poor. Some places with high voltage and low current can not even be accurately measured, because its internal resistance will affect the circuit under test (for example, the measured value will be much lower than the actual value when measuring the accelerating voltage of the TV picture tube). The internal resistance of the digital megohmmeter is particularly large, at least at the megohm level, which has a very small impact on the circuit under test. However, the extremely high output impedance makes it vulnerable to the influence of induced voltage, and the data measured in some places with relatively strong electromagnetic interference may be false. Therefore, it is particularly difficult for pointer megohmmeter to obtain particularly high accuracy. In addition to the influence of the full bias current error of the meter head and the error of the shunt divider resistance on the meter, there is also the so-called linear error, which is the error caused by the uneven sensitivity of the meter head. In today's society, more and more people use digital display meters to replace pointer meters, which has reached the goal of high accuracy and direct reading
Core tip: When selecting a megohmmeter, you should also note that the scale value of some megohmmeters is not from zero, but from 1m ω Or 2m ω Start. This megger is not suitable for measuring the insulation resistance of low-voltage electrical equipment in a humid environment, because when the insulation resistance of electrical equipment is less than 1m ω The correct reading will not be obtained. 1. When using the megger, it should be placed stably to avoid shaking the generator handle and the meter body to affect the reading. If there is a megger with horizontal adjustment, adjust the horizontal position first. When selecting a megohmmeter, it should also be noted that the scale value of some megohmmeters is not from zero, but from 1m ω Or 2m ω Start. This megger is not suitable for measuring the insulation resistance of low-voltage electrical equipment in a humid environment, because when the insulation resistance of electrical equipment is less than 1m ω The correct reading will not be obtained. 1. When using the megger, it should be placed stably to avoid shaking the generator handle and the meter body to affect the reading. If there is a megger with horizontal adjustment, adjust the horizontal position first. 2. The special measuring wire for the instrument or two single-core multi-stranded flexible wires with high insulation strength shall be used, and stranded insulated flexible wires shall not be used. 3. Before measurement, open circuit test and short circuit test shall be conducted with a megger. That is, open the "L" and "E" terminals, shake the generator handle to reach the rated speed, and the pointer should point to the "∞" position; Then, short "L" and "E" and shake the handle. At this point, the pointer should point to the "0" position. 4. The electrical equipment to be tested must be powered on, and others are not allowed to approach the equipment to be tested during measurement. 5. Before measurement, the measured equipment must be short-circuited to the ground, especially capacitive electrical equipment, such as cables, large-capacity motors, transformers and capacitors. If it is not discharged, electric shock may occur. 6. During wiring, the "E" end shall be connected to the electrical equipment shell or ground wire, and the "L" end shall be connected to the conductor under test. When measuring the cable insulation resistance, connect the cable insulation layer to the "G" terminal. If the insulation resistance of the equipment is measured in wet weather, shielded terminals shall also be used and connected to the insulation support to eliminate the impact of leakage current on the insulation surface on the measurement of insulation resistance.