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Offline lanefi

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Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« on: November 25, 2012, 09:19:06 am »
Hello! Does any one have experience using this kind of Japanese Branded Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter. Its looks great Quality and reasonable price compare to Chinese Brand DMM

DC V
600.0mV/6.000/60.00/600.0/600V
(Input Impedance: 10M?, 100M? only 600mV)
|±0.5%±2dgt (600.0mV/6.000/60.00/600.0V)
|±0.8%±3dgt (600V)

AC V
6.000/60.00/600.0/600V
(Input Impedance: 10M?)
|±1.0%±3dgt (6.000/60.00/600.0V)
|±1.5%±3dgt (600V)

DC A
600/6000µA/60/600mA/6/10A
|±1.2%±3dgt (600/6000µA/60/600mA)
|±2.0%±5dgt (6/10A)

AC A
600/6000µA/60/600mA/6/10A
|±1.5%±4dgt (600/6000µA/60/600mA)
|±2.2%±5dgt (6/10A)

?
600?/6/60/600k?/6/60M?
|±1.0%±2dgt (600?/6/60/600k?/6M?)
|±2.0%±3dgt (60M?)

Continuity buzzer
0~600? (Buzzer sounds below 100?)

Diode Check
2.8V Release Voltage:Approx. 0.4mA Test Current

Capacitance
40/400nF/4/40/400/4000µF

Frequency
10/100/1000Hz/10/100/1000kHz/10MHz

DUTY
0.1~99.9% (Pulse width/Pulse period)
|±2.0%±2dgt (~10kHz)

Temperature
-50~300ºC (-58~572ºF)
(with the use of Temperature probe 8216)

Note:
KEW 1011 can measure max. 700ºC
In order to measure over 300ºC, please use a K-type temperature probe available in the market.

Display
6040 Counts

Withstand Voltage
AC 3700V / 1min.

Applicable standards
IEC 61010-1 CAT.III 300V Pollution degree 2
IEC 61010-1 CAT.II 600V Pollution degree 2
IEC 61010-031
IEC 61326

Power Source
R6P (1.5V) × 2 (Auto-power-OFF within 15 minutes)

Dimensions
161(L) × 82(W) × 50(D)mm

Weight
Approx. 280g

Accessories
7210A (Test leads)
8216 (K-type Temperature probe)
0.8A/600V (Ceramic Fuse) × 1built-in
10A/600V (Ceramic Fuse) × 1built-in
R6P × 2Instruction Manual
http://www.kyoritsumalaysia.com/index.php/multimeters-productsc/digital-multimeter/item/7-1011
http://www.everchamptools.com.my/_item?item_id=300001
 

Offline zaoka

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Re: Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2012, 03:04:31 am »
I think there is a teardown somewhere on the forum... use search

You can get new Kyoritsy multimeters under Yokogawa name for a lot less money.
 

Offline huu_tri0101

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Re: Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2013, 04:13:15 am »
I bought one about $70.
it uses FS9922-DMM4 IC. You can google its datasheet.
« Last Edit: February 07, 2013, 04:17:03 am by huu_tri0101 »
 

Offline Lightages

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Re: Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2013, 04:51:50 am »
It looks OK for the price. It seems to be rated correctly from what I can see of the construction. In its price range it looks like a fair deal.

I think I would rather have the Uni-T UT61E with its warts and all. It costs less, higher accuracy, PC connection and software included. Sure it doesn't have a back light nor temperature and it has false CAT ratings, but it is safe on almost anything "electronic" up to 250V if you are forgetful and leave the leads in the current jacks.  Or get an Amprobe AM-270 for $90 and have a really safe meter and better specs again than the Kyoritsu.
 

Offline sorin

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Re: Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2013, 08:34:50 am »
it use the same IC as VC99
so... I think that its not good
 

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Re: Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« Reply #5 on: February 07, 2013, 08:51:04 am »
The IC is not the only indicator of quality, good or bad. The IC is usually one of the cheapest parts of the meter and therefore even a VC99 can afford to have something decent. The range switch, circuit board, and all the other parts and components will add or subtract more from the quality of the meter than the IC can within a class. Don't discount this meter just because of the IC used.
 

Offline jarvis

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Re: Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« Reply #6 on: February 07, 2013, 09:06:12 am »
The IC is not the only indicator of quality, good or bad. The IC is usually one of the cheapest parts of the meter and therefore even a VC99 can afford to have something decent. The range switch, circuit board, and all the other parts and components will add or subtract more from the quality of the meter than the IC can within a class. Don't discount this meter just because of the IC used.

If you care the measurement speed/features/stability, the ICs used usually dominate them.
If you care accuracy/temp. drift, the other components (Resistors/reference voltage) are also important.
If you need the reliability/safety, the protection design & PCB/Range switch built quality should be cared.
 

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Re: Kyoritsu 1011 Digital Multimeter
« Reply #7 on: February 07, 2013, 10:34:45 am »
I agree with jarvis
Also don't forget that the voltage reference is build in the IC.  :(
 


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