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Fluke Multimeter

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by Bill Happersett, Sep 27, 2003.

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  1. I have a Fluke 8012A multimeter, and it now displays "BT" and all
    segments of the numeric display. I believe it needs a new battery,
    but I don't see one within the unit that's apparent. Anyone know how
    I can obtain one? Thanks.
     
  2. RWatson767

    RWatson767 Guest

    Bill
    I believe it needs a new battery, but I don't see one within the unit that's
    apparent.

    Just a guess but are there some screws on the back that would allow access to
    the battery compartment? I have several Flukes and all are that way.
    Bob AZ
     
  3. Jeff

    Jeff Guest

    It is considered a benchtop instrument. It has a rechargable Nicad. Notice
    the standard instrument AC input connector in the rear center. Give it some
    nice 120VAC power and it will charge the battery pack. It charges with the
    power switch off.
    Jeff
     
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