STELR Ranging Multimeter STELR Ranging multimeter STELR Ranging

STELR Ranging Multimeter STELR Ranging multimeter STELR Ranging

STELR Ranging Multimeter STELR Ranging multimeter STELR Ranging Multimeter These instructions refer the STELR Ranging Multimeter that was introduced during 2017 It has part code LB313-010 marked on the case The older (non-ranging) multimeter has the

part code ST050-01 marked on the case Instructions for the older multimeter can be found on the STELR website here: https://stelr.org.au/stelr-modules/renewable-e nergy/# how-to-use STELR Ranging Multimeter Features Input

jacks Turning on (and off) LCD display How to measure voltage How

to measure current How to measure resistance Other measurements Use of

the button select Use ofbutton the hold STELR Ranging Multimeter LCD display

STELR Ranging Multimeter LCD display Select button STELR Ranging Multimeter LCD display

Select button Hold button STELR Ranging Multimeter LCD display Select button Rotary switch

Hold button STELR Ranging Multimeter LCD display Select button Rotary switch

Shock-proof case Hold button STELR Ranging Multimeter LCD display Select button Hold button

Rotary switch Shock-proof case Input jacks STELR Ranging Multimeter Please also refer to the instruction leaflet accompanying

each multimeter. STELR Ranging Multimeter Input jacks STELR Ranging Multimeter The centre jack is a common

negative Input jacks STELR Ranging Multimeter The centre jack is a common negative

Input jacks The right jack should be used as positive for all measurements except when measuring between 200mA and 10A STELR Ranging Multimeter Input jacks

STELR Ranging Multimeter Input jacks Note that when connected this way the maximum values are 600V and 200mA. A 200mA fuse protects this circuit and the fuse will blow if these values are exceeded.

STELR Ranging Multimeter The left jack should only be used as positive for when measuring between 200mA and 10A. For example when using the wind turbine. The centre jack is a

common negative Input jacks STELR Ranging Multimeter Input jacks STELR Ranging Multimeter

Note that when connected this way the maximum values for current is 10A. This circuit has no fuse for protection and a current of 10A can be passed through the circuit for a maximum of 10 seconds before the multimeter will be damaged.

Input jacks STELR Ranging Multimeter Turning the multimeter on STELR Ranging Multimeter Rotary switch in OFF position

STELR Ranging Multimeter Turn rotary switch to any other setting to turn on STELR Ranging Multimeter The display will activate once the multimeter

is turned on Turn rotary switch to any other setting to turn on STELR Ranging Multimeter If the display does not activate, it means either the battery is flat

or the fuse has blown. Go to https://stelr.org.au/stel r-modules/renewableenergy/# how-to-use to find out how to change the battery and the fuse. STELR Ranging Multimeter

If the display does not activate, it means either the battery is flat or the fuse has blown. Go to https://stelr.org.au/stel r-modules/renewableenergy/# how-to-use to find out how to change the battery and the fuse.

The multimeter will automatically power off if unattended for over 5 minutes. To reactivate, turn to off and then to any other setting. STELR Ranging Multimeter LCD display

STELR Ranging Multimeter A reading of 0L indicates that the multimeter is off-scale. LCD display STELR Ranging Multimeter

Measuring voltage STELR Ranging Multimeter There are two voltage settings Measuring voltage

STELR Ranging Multimeter AC Voltage Measuring voltage STELR Ranging Multimeter There are no STELR activities that require the

use of AC. Students should never use this setting. AC Voltage Measuring voltage STELR Ranging Multimeter

DC Voltage Measuring voltage STELR Ranging Multimeter DC Voltage When measuring DC voltage students should

always use the right hand socket for the positive lead Measuring voltage STELR Ranging Multimeter DC Voltage The multimeter is

auto ranging for voltage and will measure any voltage up to 1000V on this setting. Measuring voltage STELR Ranging Multimeter

Measuring resistance STELR Ranging Multimeter There is one resistance setting Measuring resistance

STELR Ranging Multimeter There is one resistance setting When measuring resistance, students should always use the right hand socket for the positive lead.

Measuring resistance STELR Ranging Multimeter There is one resistance setting

The multimeter is auto ranging for resistance and will measure any resistance up to 40 M on this setting. Measuring resistance

STELR Ranging Multimeter Measuring current STELR Ranging Multimeter There are three different current settings Measuring current

STELR Ranging Multimeter When the dial is set to any of the three current settings, the default is to measure direct current (DC)

There are three different current settings Measuring current STELR Ranging Multimeter There are no STELR activities that require the

use of AC. Students should never use this setting. To measure AC current, press the select switch. This toggles between AC and DC current

Measuring current STELR Ranging Multimeter To measure current, always start with the meter set to amps Measuring current

STELR Ranging Multimeter To measure current, always start with the meter set to amps When using the amps setting the lefthand positive socket must be

used Measuring current STELR Ranging Multimeter If the reading is less than one amp, move the dial to the milliamp position

Measuring current STELR Ranging Multimeter If the reading is less than one amp, move the dial to the milliamp position

Measuring current When using the milliamps setting the right-hand positive socket must be used STELR Ranging Multimeter If the reading is

less than one milliamp, move the dial to the microamp position Measuring current STELR Ranging Multimeter If the reading is less than one

milliamp, move the dial to the microamp position Measuring current When using the microamps setting the right-hand positive socket must be used

STELR Ranging Multimeter Other measurements STELR Ranging Multimeter There are other settings

on the multimeter that can be used for testing frequency, capacitance, transistors

and diodes. These arefor notuse as required part of thebut STELR program, may

be of general use in other programs. For detailed on the instructions use of these

settings, please refer to the Digital Multimeter Operators Manual sheet included

with the multimeters. STELR Ranging Multimeter Capacitance STELR Ranging Multimeter Capacitance Diode testing

STELR Ranging Multimeter Capacitance Diode testing Frequency STELR Ranging Multimeter Capacitance

Diode testing Frequency Transistor testing STELR Ranging Multimeter Hold button STELR Ranging Multimeter

When using the wind turbine, a fluctuating current is measured. This is a result of the variable wind flow from the fan. Pressing the hold button, freezes the reading. Pressing the hold button a second time returns the meter to the variable measurements. Students can be encouraged to take three readings, five or 10 seconds apart,

and average them for a more accurate measurement. STELR Ranging Multimeter Press hold button to freeze the reading. Press again to unhold the

display. STELR Ranging Multimeter Backlighting the screen STELR Ranging Multimeter Press and hold the hold button for two

seconds until it beeps, and the screen will light up STELR Ranging Multimeter Press again to turn off the backlight. It is recommended that use of the

backlight button is minimised, as it tends to drain the battery quite quickly. STELR Ranging Multimeter stelr.org.au

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