Clean the exterior with clean dry. Do not use liquid. Battery replacement:. Disconnect and unplug leads, turn meter off, and remove the battery cover.

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Clean the exterior with clean dry. Do not use liquid. Battery replacement:. Disconnect and unplug leads, turn meter off, and remove the battery cover. Symbols used:. Caution, risk of electric shock.

Caution, refer to manual. For your safety Disconnect the test leads. Inspect the test leads for damage to the insulation or exposed metal. Replace if suspect. Never ground yourself when taking electrical measurements. Do not touch exposed metal pipes, outlets, fixtures, etc. Keep your body isolated from ground by using dry clothing, rubber shoes, rubber mats, or any approved insulating material.

When disconnect- ing from a circuit, disconnect the "RED" lead first, then the common lead. Work with others. Use one hand for testing. Turn off power to the circuit under test before cutting, unsoldering, or breaking the circuit. Keep your fin- gers behind the finger guards on the probes. Do not measure resistance when circuit is powered. Do not apply more than rated voltage between input and ground.

All voltage tests:. Disconnect the meter. High voltage transients can damage the meter beyond repair. Do not use during elec- trical storms. Limited warranty. This meter is warranted against. Fieldpiece will replace or repair the defective unit, at its option, subject to verification of the defect.

This warranty does not apply to. Any implied warranties arising from. Fieldpiece shall not be liable for loss of use of the instrument or other incidental or consequential damages, expenses, or economic loss, or for any claim of such damage, expenses, or economic loss. State laws vary. The above limita-. Obtaining service. Return any defective SC77 to. Fieldpiece for service. For warranty service, please provide a proof of pur- chase. Contact Fieldpiece for out of warranty repair charges.

Contact infor- mation can be found at our website www. Works with Fieldpiece accessory heads! LEADS before opening case. JACKS when the rotary dial is on microamps.

Even low voltages can cause a current overload and potentially dam- age the circuit. Works with Fieldpiece accessory heads. Connect your Fieldpiece accessory. SC77 connected to. ARH4 through leads. Available Fieldpiece accessory heads. There is a Fieldpiece accessory. Non-contact voltage. With the NCV tab on the tip of the.

Hi voltage indicator. Current measurements. The fixed jaw is longer than the. With the jaws closed, separate one wire using the long fixed jaw. Slide it to the corner where the two jaws meet. Then open the jaws to let it in. You can select the wire without having to hold the jaws open. For measuring the flame diode cur-. For motor-start and motor-run. Disconnect the capacitor from power first. Short the terminals to discharge the capacitors.

Disconnect any resistors that might be between the terminals of the capacitor. Plug any K-type thermocouple. Temperature measurement will maintain good accuracy in fast changing environments. One thermo- couple is included. No adapter is required. Field Temp. SC77 to a known temperature. Remove back case. Hold the bat-. Stabilize a large cup of ice water by. Immerse the probe and let it stabi-. Continue stirring. Adjust VR3 lower right corner of.

Remove back of meter, locate. Because the wire insulation is sili-. Use the single test probe holder on. For convenient lead storage, wrap.

Fieldpiece manuals. Measuring instruments. Maintenance Clean the exterior with clean dry cloth. Battery replacement: When the multimeter displays " " the battery must be replaced. Symbols used: Caution, risk of electric shock Caution, refer to manual. Ground Double insulation For your safety General: Disconnect the test leads before opening the case.

AC tests: Disconnect the meter from the circuit before turning any inductor off, including motors, trans- formers, and solenoids. Limited warranty This meter is warranted against defects in material or workmanship for one years from date of purchase.

This warranty does not apply to defects resulting from abuse, neglect, accident, unauthorized repair, alter- ation, or unreasonable use of the instrument. Any implied warranties arising from the sale of a Fieldpiece product, including but not limited to implied war- ranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to the above. The above limita- tions or exclusions may not apply to you. Obtaining service Return any defective SC77 to Fieldpiece for service.

Works with Fieldpiece accessory heads Connect your Fieldpiece accessory head to SC series meter through included deluxe silicone leads. SC77 connected to ARH4 through leads.

Available Fieldpiece accessory heads There is a Fieldpiece accessory head available for just about any job. Current measurements The fixed jaw is longer than the moveable jaw to make it easier to select just one wire from a bundle. Microamps For measuring the flame diode cur- rent in a heater control. Capacitance For motor-start and motor-run capacitors.

Temperature Plug any K-type thermocouple directly into the meter to measure tem- perature.


Fieldpiece SC77 True RMS HVAC/R Clamp Meter

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May have reduced the price now. Works with Fieldpiece Accessory Heads — Take ambient air or refrigeration line temperatures and more with the built-in K-type port and the included ATB1 wrap tab thermocouple. The closer you get to AC voltage, the louder the beep. The continuity LED and beeper tells you if a circuit is open or closed.


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