Temperature is measured by pointing the probe at the surface to be measured, and reading the temperature on the test instrument display. It will damage the probe case. If the probe is exposed to significant changes in ambient temperature hot to cold or cold to hot , allow 20 minutes for temperature stabilization, before taking measurements. Do not operate the probe near large electrical or magnetic fields such as arc welders and induction heaters.
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Temperature is measured by pointing the probe at the surface to be measured, and reading the temperature on the test instrument display. It will damage the probe case. If the probe is exposed to significant changes in ambient temperature hot to cold or cold to hot , allow 20 minutes for temperature stabilization, before taking measurements.
Do not operate the probe near large electrical or magnetic fields such as arc welders and induction heaters. These fields can cause measurement errors. Condensation may form on the lens when going from a cold to hot environment - wait 10 minutes for condensation to dissipate before taking measurements. Connectors must only be plugged into voltage measurement input jacks of the test instruments.
Do not touch or hold by the front cone. Temperature readings can be affected by heat from the hand. Equipment use not specified by manufacturer may impair safety. Compatibility The probe is compatible with all DC millivolt measuring instruments that have a minimum of 1 M input impedance and accept safety shrouded, standard diameter 0.
Operation To take a measurement, perform the following steps: 1. Plug the red connector into the V dc input jack and the black connector into the common or ground input jack on the test instrument. Select mV dc on the test instrument. Slide the probe switch forward to the "ON" position. Point the tip of the probe as close as possible to the object being measured without touching the object.
Read the test instrument display. Sleep mode extends battery life. Flowever, for maximum battery life, switch the probe to the "OFF" position. Display Codes Under the conditions shown in Table 1, the meter will alternate between displaying a reading and Display Code. Emissivity All objects emit invisible infrared energy. This ability, called emissivity, is based upon the material that the object is made of and its surface finish.
Emissivity values typically range from 0. The probe senses this energy assuming that the target has an emissivity value of 0. This value is factory set in the probe. If the actual target emissivity is less than 0. To correct for this, apply masking tape or a coat of matte paint to the target. The resulting target will have an emissivity of approximately 0. Table 1. Replace the battery. OT Sleep mode or battery is dead. The closer you are to the object or target , the smaller the area or spot the probe is sensing.
For example when the probe is held at a mm 8 in. Flot spots can be missed if too large an area is included in the field of view, so get as close as possible! See Figure 2. If the surface to be measured is covered by frost or other material, clean it to expose the surface. If the surface to be measured is highly reflective such as polished metal, apply masking tape or a matte finish paint to the surface. If the probe seems to be giving incorrect readings check the front of the probe. There may be condensation or debris obstructing the sensor; clean per instructions in the maintenance section.
Quick Check For a quick check of the probe, point it directly at ice immersed in water slush , within specifications limits, specifications. Response Time: 1 second Spectral Response: 8 to 14 microns nominal Emissivity: pre-set 0.
Front-Window Cleaning as necessary 1. Blow off loose particles using clean compressed air. Gently brush remaining debris away with a camel hair brush or Q-tip.
Carefully wipe the surface with a moist Q-tip. The swab may be moistened with water or a water- based glass cleaner. Allow to air dry. Do not use solvents to clean the window. Case Cleaning To clean the exterior housing, simply use soap and water or a mild commercial cleaner. Wipe with a damp sponge or soft rag.
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FLUKE 80T-IR PDF
Save to an existing parts list Save to a new parts list. With the UUT powered on, check that the battery voltage is at least 7. Set the DMM to the 3. Add to a parts list. Refer to Figure 1 for equipment configuration.
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Thank you for your feedback. Refer to Figure 1 for 80t-jr configuration. Power up the UUT and allow it to stabilize for five minutes. With the UUT powered on, check that the battery voltage is at least 7. Add to a parts list.