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ScopeMeter 190-062-III, ScopeMeter 190-102-III, ScopeMeter 190-104-III, ScopeMeter 190-202-III, ScopeMeter 190-204-III, ScopeMeter 190-502-III, ScopeMeter 190-504-III, ScopeMeter 190-062-III/S, ScopeMeter 190-102-III/S, ScopeMeter 190-104-III/S, ScopeMeter 190-202-III/S, ScopeMeter 190-204-III/S, ScopeMeter 190-502-III/S, ScopeMeter 190-504-III/S

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Fluke 190 Series III ScopeMeter® Test Tools

Fluke 190 Series III Key features

  • Rated for industrial environments CAT III 1000 V/CAT IV 600 V
  • Automatically capture, view and analyze complex waveforms
  • Large, bright color display for easy in-the-field viewing
  • USB and Wi-Fi download for analyzing data with FlukeView® software
  • Up to four independent floating isolated inputs, up to 1000 V

Fluke 190 Series III ScopeMeter® Test Tools are built to travel wherever you go and tackle every troubleshooting job that comes up. From DC to 500 MHz, these CAT III 1000 V/CAT IV 600V rated test tools combine rugged portability with bench oscilloscope performance to help you take on the challenges of installing, commissioning, and maintaining industrial machinery, automation and process controls, and power conversion electronics with ease.

Choose from devices with two or four channels and a variety of bandwidth options. Waveform features, noise, and other disturbances can be captured and displayed with great accuracy because to fast sampling rates of up to 5.0 GS/s, 200 ps resolution, and deep memory of 10,000 samples per channel. On three phases or three-axis control systems, perform timing or amplitude related measurements, or simply compare and contrast several test points in a circuit under test. TrendPlotTM Paperless Recorder, ScopeRecordTM Mode, Connect-and-ViewTM Triggering, and a 100-screen Replay function are just a few of the features that help you quickly diagnose issues and reduce maintenance costs and downtime. These features make oscilloscopes simple to use, especially when diagnosing complicated waveforms, generated noise, intermittent occurrences, and signal variations or drift.

Measurements in mixed circuits with separate ground references can be made with independently isolated inputs, eliminating the possibility of unintentional short circuits. Without additional differential probes and isolation transformers, standard bench oscilloscopes can only reference measurements to line power earth ground. The ScopeMeter 190 Series III test tools are designed to cover a broad application range from mV to kV, ensuring that you’re prepared for everything from microelectronics to high-voltage electrical applications. VPS421 100:1 probes are included in the 190 Series III 60MHz and 100MHz variants for higher voltage applications, while VPS410-II 10:1 probes are included in the 200MHz and 500MHz configurations for both microelectronics and higher voltage applications.

Rugged and shock-proof, ScopeMeter Test Tools are built for dirty, hazardous environments. With its sealed case, it can endure dust, drips, humidity and airborne pollutants. Every time you reach for ScopeMeter Test Tool you can be confident it will work reliably wherever your work takes you.

The Fluke 190 Series III has two USB ports that are electrically isolated from the measurement input circuits, allowing you to transfer data quickly and easily to a PC, archive and share waveforms with OEMs, colleagues, and support staff, or save waveforms, screen captures, and instrument setups to USB memory devices for later use. Saved files can be easily transferred using a USB stick, a direct USB connection, or optional Wi-Fi connectivity. These files can be utilized with FlukeView-2 Software to analyze waveforms in greater detail or for further data processing.

Connect-and-View triggering ensures a consistent display without the need to fiddle with settings. If you’ve used other scopes before, you’re familiar with how difficult triggering may be. The findings can be unstable or erroneous if the parameters are incorrect. By identifying signal patterns, Connect-and-View automatically sets up proper triggers. You can get a consistent, dependable, and repeatable display of nearly any signal, including motor drive and control signals, without touching a button. When you’re measuring a lot of test points in a short amount of time, it’s extremely useful.

ScopeRecord memory stores up to 30,000 or more data points per channel, capturing fast intermittent events and glitches as short as 8 ns. (Two sets of multiple channel recordings can be stored to internal memory for later analysis.)

  • Records events like UPS, power supply or motor start-up cycles
  • With the Stop on Trigger mode, the ScopeMeter Test Tool automatically recognizes a power failure and stores the waveform data preceding it

The toughest faults to find are those that happen only once in a while. These intermittent events can be caused by bad connections, dust, dirt, corrosion, or simply broken wiring or connectors. Line outages, dips, swells and interruptions, or the starting and stopping of a motor can also cause a machine to stop. You may not be around when it happens, but the Fluke 190 Series III ScopeMeter Test Tool will be.

  • Plot minimum and maximum peak values and average over time
  • Plot any combination of up to four readings including voltages, amps, temperature, frequency and phase for all inputs, all with time and date stamp to pinpoint faults

Get more out of your ScopeMeter Test Tool with FlukeView 2 ScopeMeter Software for Windows.

  • Documentation—transfer waveforms, screens and data to your PC for printing or importing data into a report
  • Add text to ScopeMeter Test Tool settings—give operators guidance when recalling settings
  • Archive—create a library of waveforms for easy reference, or waveform comparison
  • Analysis—use cursors or export data to another analysis program

Fluke 190 Series III

 Modes
190-062 190-102 190-202 190-502 190-104 190-204 190-504
Vertical deflection
Number of channels 2 2 2 2 4 4 4
Bandwidth 60 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz 500 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz 500 MHz
Rise time 5.8 ns 3.5 ns 1.7 ns 0.7 ns 3.5 ns 1.7 ns 0.7 ns
Number of scope inputs 2 input channels plus external trigger 4 input channels
Channel architecture All inputs fully insulated from each other and from ground. Inputs may be activated in any combination.
Input coupling AC or DC, with ground level indicator
Input sensitivity With 10:1  probe, 20 mV  to 1000 V/div
With 100:1  probe, 200 mV to 10 kV/div
Direct (1:1),  2 mV  to 100 V/div
Bandwidth limiter 20 MHz and 10  kHz
Polarity Normal,  Inverted, Variable
Input voltage CAT III 1000 V/CAT IV 600 V rated, see General specifications for further details
Vertical resolution 8 bit
Accuracy at 4 s to 10 μs/div 5 mV/div to 100 V/div, ±(1.5 % + 6 counts)
2 mV/div, ±(1.5  % + 10 counts)
Input impedance 1 MΩ (± 1 %) //  15  pF (± 2.25  pF)
Horizontal
Maximum real- time sample rate (sampled simultaneously) 625 MS/s
(each channel)
1.25 GS/s (each channel) 2.5 GS/s (each channel) 5 GS/s (single channel) or
2.5 GS/s (dual channel)
1.25 GS/s (each channel) 2.5 GS/s (2ch)
1.25 GS/s (4ch)
5 GS/s (single ch) or 2.5 GS/s (2ch) or 1.25 GS/s (4ch)
Record length Up to 10,000 samples per  channel
Time base range 10 ns/div
to 4 s/div
5 ns/div
to 4 s/div
2 ns/div
to 4 s/div
1 ns/div
to 4 s/div
5 ns/div
to 4 s/div
2 ns/div
to 4 s/div
1 ns/div
to 4 s/div
Time base in a 1-2-4-sequence
Slower time/division settings using ScopeRecord™ Roll mode (see ‘Recorder mode’)
Maximum record length 10,000 samples per channel in scope mode
30,000 points per channel in ScopeRecord™ Roll mode (see ‘Recorder mode’)
Timing accuracy ± (0.01 % of reading + 1  pixel)
Glitch capture 8 ns (10  µs/div to 2 min/div)
Display and acquisition
Display 133 mm x 90 mm (5.3 in x 3.5 in) full-color high brightness LCD
Display modes Any combination of channels; average on/off; replay.
Visible screen width 12  divisions horizontally in scope mode
Digital persistence modes Off, short, medium, long, infinite and envelope mode
Waveform mathematics One (190-xx2) or two (190-x04) mathematical operations on 2 input channels (A and B, C and D): add, subtract, multiply; X-Y-mode; Frequency Spectrum using FFT
Acquisition modes Normal, Averaged, Auto, Single Shot, ScopeRecord™ roll, glitch capture, waveform compare with automatic “Pass/Fail testing”; Replay
Trigger and delay
Source Input A, B or External (via meter input) Input A, B, C or  D
Modes Automatic, Edge, Pulse Width, N-Cycle, External (190-xx2)
Connect-and- View™ Advanced automatic triggering that recognizes signal patterns, automatically sets up and continuously adjusts  triggering, time base and amplitude. Automatically displays stable waveforms of complex and dynamic signals like motor drive and control signals. Can be switched off if preferred.
Pulse width triggering (on channel A) Pulse width qualified by time
Allows for triggering <t, >t, =t, ≠ t, where t is selectable in minimum steps of 0.01 div or 50 ns
Time delay 1 full screen of pre-trigger view or up to 100 screens (=1,200 divisions) of post-trigger delay
Dual slope triggering Triggers on both rising and falling edges alike
N-cycle triggering Triggers on N-th occurrence of a trigger event; N to be set in the range 2 to 99
Automatic capture of 100 screens
When in oscilloscope mode, the instrument ALWAYS memorizes the last 100 screens—no specific user setup required. When an anomaly is seen, the REPLAY button can be pressed to review the full sequence of screen events over and over. Instrument can be set up for triggering on glitches or intermittent anomalies and will operate in “baby-sit” mode capturing 100 specified events.
Replay Manual or continuous replay. Displays the captured 100 screens as a “live” animation, or under manual control. Each screen has date and time-stamp.
Replay storage Ten sets of 100 screens each can be saved internally for later recall and analysis. Direct storage of additional sets on external flash memory drive through USB host port.
FFT—frequency spectrum analysis
Shows frequency content of oscilloscope waveform using Fast Fourier Transform
Window Automatic, Hamming, Hanning or None
Automatic window Digitally re-samples acquired waveform to get optimum frequency resolution in FFT resultant.
Vertical scale Linear/Logarithmic (in volts or amps)
Frequency axis Frequency range automatically set as a function of timebase range of oscilloscope
Waveform compare and pass/fail testing
Waveform compare Provides storage and display of a reference waveform for visual comparison with newly acquired waveforms. Reference is derived from an acquired waveform and can be modified in the oscilloscope.
Pass/Fail testing In waveform compare mode, the oscilloscope can be set up to store only matching (“Pass”) or only non-matching (“Fail”) acquired waveforms in the replay memory bank for further analysis.
Automatic scope measurements
V dc, V ac rms, V ac+dc, Vpeak max, Vpeak min, Vpeak to peak, A ac, A dc, A ac+dc, frequency (in Hz), rise time (using cursors), fall time (using cursors), Power Factor (PF), Watts, VA, VA  reactive, phase (between 2 inputs A&B or C&D), pulse width (pos./neg.), duty cycle (pos./ neg.), temperature °C, temperature °F (not for Japan), dBV, dBm into 50 Ω and 600 Ω, VPWM ac and VPWM(ac+dc) for measurement on pulse width modulated motor drives and frequency inverters, V/Hz ratio;
Advanced power and motor drive functions V/Hz ratio, Power Factor (PF), Watts, VA, VA reactive, V-PWM (ac) and V-PWM (ac+dc) for measure- ment on pulsewidth modulated motordrives and frequency inverters
Cursor measurements
Source On any input waveform or on mathematical resultant waveform (excl. X-Y-mode)
Dual horizontal lines Voltage at cursor 1 and at cursor 2, voltage between cursors
Dual vertical lines Time between cursors, 1/T between cursors (in Hz), voltage between markers, risetime with markers, falltime with markers; Vrms between cursors, Watts between cursors.
Single vertical line Min-Max and Average voltage at cursor position; frequency and rms-value of individual frequency component in the FFT Resultant
Advanced functions mA*s (current-over-time, between cursors); V*s (voltage-over-time, between cursors); W*s (energy, between cursors)
ZOOM Ranges from full record overview to zoom in up to sample level, at any record length.

Fluke 190 Series III

Meter modes
190-062 190-102 190-202 190-502 190-104 190-204 190-504
Meter inputs Via 4 mm banana inputs, fully isolated from scope inputs and scope ground Via BNC scope inputs
Number of readings One at a time via DMM input Up to 4 automatic scope measurements simultaneously
Maximum resolution 5,000 counts ± 999 counts
(frequency: 9999 counts)
Input impedance 1 MΩ (± 1 %) // 14 pF (± 1.5 pF) 1 MΩ (± 1 %) // 15 pF (± 2.25 pF)
Advanced meter functions Auto/manual ranging, relative measurements (Zero reference), TrendPlot™ recording
The specified accuracy is valid over the temperature range 18 °C to 28 °C Add 10 % of specified accuracy for each degree C below 18 °C or above 28 °C
Voltage
V dc accuracy ± (0.5 % + 6 counts) ± (1.5 % + 6 counts)
V ac true rms accuracy
15 Hz to 60 Hz ± (1 % + 10 counts) ± (1.5 % + 10 counts)
60 Hz to 1 kHz ± (2.5 % + 15 counts)
60 Hz to 20 kHz ± (2.5 % + 15 counts)
V ac+dc true rms accuracy
15 Hz to 60 Hz ± (1 % + 10 counts) ± (1.5 % + 10 counts)
60 Hz to 1 kHz ± (2.5% + 15 counts)
60 Hz to 20 kHz ± (2.5 % + 15 counts)
Voltmeter ranges 500 mV, 5 V, 50 V, 500 V, 1,100 V
Resistance
Ranges 500 Ω, 5 kΩ, 50 kΩ, 500 kΩ, 5 MΩ, 30 MΩ
Accuracy ± (0.6 % + 6 counts)
Other meter functions
Continuity Beeper on < 50 Ω (± 30 Ω)
Diode test Up to 2.8 V
Current (A) A dc, A ac, A ac+dc using an optional current clamp or shunt Scaling factors: 0.1 mV/A, 1 mV/A to 100 V/A and 400 mV/A
Temperature With optional accessories. Scale factors 1mV/°C or 1mV/°F

Fluke 190 Series III

Recorder mode
190-062 190-102 190-202 190-502 190-104 190-204 190-504
ScopeRecord™ Roll Mode
Dual or multiple input waveform storage mode, using deep memory
Source and display Input A, Input B,  Dual
All channels sampled simultaneously
Any combination of inputs, up to 4 channels.
All channels sampled simultaneously
Memory depth 30,000 data points per channel, each holding min/max pair of information
Min/max values Min/max values are created at samples that are measured at high sample rate ensuring capture and display of glitches.
Recording modes Single sweep, continuous roll; Start-on-Trigger (through external); Stop-on-Trigger (through external) Single sweep, continuous roll; Start-on-Trigger (through any channel); Stop-on-Trigger (through any channel)
Stop-on-trigger ScopeRecord mode can be stopped by an individual trigger event, or by an interruption
of a repetitive trigger signal, through any input channel (through External on 190-XX2 Series)
Horizontal scale Time from start, time of  day
Zoom Ranges from full record overview to zoom in up to sample level
Memory Two multiple input ScopeRecord waveforms can be saved internally for later recall and analysis.
ScopeRecord™ Roll mode sample rate and recording timespan
Time base range 4 ms/div to 2 min/div
Recorded timespan 4.8 sec to 40 hr
Time/division in ‘view all’ mode 0.4 s/div to 4 h/div
Glitch capture 8 ns
Sample rate 125 MS/s
Resolution 160 μsec ~ 4.8 sec
Trendplot™ Recording
Multiple channel electronic paperless recorder. Graphically plots, displays and stores results of up to four automatic scope measurements or a DMM-reading over time.
Source and display Any combination of scope measurements, made on any of the input channels, or DMM reading (2-channel instruments)
Memory depth 19,200 points (sets) per recording. Each recorded sample point contains a minimum, a maximum and an average value, plus a date- and time-stamp.
Ranges Normal view: 5 s/div to 30 min/div; In view-all mode: 5 min/div to 48 hr/div (overview of total record)
Recorded time span Up to 22 days, with a resolution of 102 seconds; up to 5.5 days for 4 readings.
Recording mode Continuous recording, starting at 5 s/div with automatic time-scale compression
Measurement speed Three automatic measurements per second or more
Horizontal scale Time from start, time of day
Zoom Up to 64x zoom-out for full record overview, up to 10x zoom-in for maximum detail
Memory Two multiple input TrendPlot records can be saved internally for later recall and analysis.
Cursor measurements—all recorder modes
Source Any waveform trace in any waveform display mode (Scope, ScopeRecord or TrendPlot)
Dual vertical lines Cursors may be used to identify Min, Max or Average value of any datapoint in a record, with time between cursors, time from start or absolute time.

 

General specifications
Input voltage range
Rated maximum floating voltage CAT III 1000 V / CAT IV 600 V (maximum voltage between any contact and earth-ground voltage level)
Probe input voltage VPS410-II CAT III 1000 V / CAT IV 600 V (Maximum voltage between standard 10:1 probe tip and reference lead)
Probe input voltage VPS421 CAT III 1000V / CAT IV 600V (Maximum voltage between probe tip or reference lead to GND, 2000V max between probe tip and reference lead)
Maximum BNC input voltage CAT IV 300 V (maximum voltage on BNC input directly)
Maximum volt- age on meter input CAT III 1000 V / CAT IV 600 V
(safety designed banana input connectors)
Memory save and recall
Memory loca- tions (internal) 30 waveform memories plus 10 recording memories plus 9 screen copy memories
30 waveform memories Each memory can contain up to 2 or 4 waveforms plus corresponding setups.
10 recording memories Each may contain: a 100 Screen Replay sequence, or a ScopeRecord Roll-mode recording (2 or 4 traces), or a TrendPlot recording of up to 4 measurements
External data storage On PC, using FlukeView™-2 Software, or direct storage on external flash memory drive (maximum 32 GB) through USB host port
Screencopies On PC, using FlukeView™-2  Software, or internally (in instrument) which can be copied on to external flash memory drive as .BMP-file, through USB host port
Volatility Saving is done in non-volatile Flash-ROM and all data is secured, independent of battery or power status.
Real-time clock Provides date and time stamp information for ScopeRecord, for 100 Screen Replay sequences and for TrendPlot recordings.
Case
Design Rugged, shock-proof with integrated protective holster. Handstrap and hangstrap included as standard.
Kensington lock supported to lock down instrument when left unattended.
Drip and dust proof IP 51  according to IEC60529
Shock and vibration Shock 30 g, vibration (sinusoidal) 3 g / 0.03 g2/Hz (Random), according to MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2
Display size 133 mm x 90 mm (5.3 in x 3.5 in) LCD
Resolution 1120  pixels x 765 pixels
Brightness User-adjustable, up to 300  cd/m2
Mechanical data
Size 265 mm x 192 mm x 70 mm (10.5 in x 7.6 in x 2.8 in)
Weight (including battery) 2.1 kg (4.6 lb) 2.2 kg (4.8 lb)
Power
Line power Universal mains adapter/battery charger BC190/830 included, with detachable 2-wire power cords 100 Vac to 240 Vac, ±10 %, 50-60 Hz
Battery power Re-chargeable Li-Ion battery (included). Battery swappable through easily accessible battery door at the rear of the instrument
Battery type (incl.) and capacity [+opt. battery] BP290: 10.8V, 2500 mAh
[BP291 (5000 mAh) optional]
BP291: 10.8V, 5000 mAh
Battery charge indicator Battery has built-in status indicator for use with external charger, next to battery status indicator on instrument screen.
Battery operat- ing time (with backlight low) Up to 3.5 using BP290  (included), up to 7 hours using BP291 (optional) Up to 7 hours using BP291 (included)
Battery charging time 2½ hours using BP290; 5 hours using BP291 Five hours for BP291
Battery power saving functions Auto ‘power down’ with adjustable power down time. Automatic ‘display off’ with adjustable power down time.
On-screen battery power indicator
Safety
Compliance EN61010-1,  Pollution Degree 2;
IEC 61010-2-030: CAT IV 600 V / CAT III 1000 V
Environmental
Operating temperature Battery discharging: 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Battery charging: 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature -20  °C to 60 °C (-4 °F to 140  °F)
Humidity 0 °C to 10 °C (32 °F to 50 °F): noncondensing
10 °C to 30 °C (50 °F to 86 °F): 95 % (±5 %)
30 °C to 40 °C (86 °F to 104 °F): 75 % (±5 %)
40 °C to 50 °C (104 °F to 122 °F): 45 % (±5 %)
Maximum operating altitude CAT IV 600 V, CAT III 1000 V: up to 2000 m (6 600 feet)
CAT IV 300 V, CAT III 600 V, CAT II 1000 V: up to 4000 m (13 000 feet)
Maximum storage altitude 12  km (40,000 ft)
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) IEC 61326-1: Industrial;
CISPR 11:  Group 1,  Class A;
Korea (KCC): Class A Equipment (Industrial Broadcasting and Communication Equipment);
USA (FCC): 47 CFR 15 subpart C.
Interfaces Two USB-ports provided. Ports are fully insulated from instrument’s floating measurement circuitry.
USB-host port directly connects to external flash memory drive (up to 32 GB) for storage of waveform data, measurement results, instrument settings and screen copies. Alternatively, this USB-A port may be used to connect a WiFi Adapter for wireless PC connectivity. A mini-USB-B is provided which allows for interconnection to PC for remote control and data transfer under PC-control using FlukeView-2.
Probe calibration output Dedicated probe-cal output with reference contact provided, fully insulated from any measurement input channel.
Generator Output: 1.225 Vpp / 500 Hz square wave
Warranty 3 years on main instrument, 1 year on battery and accessories
Fluke 190 Series III

  • ScopeMeter 190-204-III
  • BC190/830 power adapter
  • Power cord set
  • BP291 Li-ion battery pack
  • VPS410-II probe (4x)
  • Hand strap
  • Hanging strap
  • USB-cable
  • CXT293 carrying case
  • DWA-131 WiFi dongle
  • FlukeView Activation instructions (paper)
  • Printed instruction

Included accessories

Battery charger/ mains adapter BC190/830
Li-Ion battery pack BP290 (10.8V, 2500 mAh) BP291 (10.8V, 5000 mAh)
Voltage probe sets. Each set includes ground lead, hook clip; ground spring and probe tip insulation sleeve with VPS410-II-x. 2 pcs VPS421-x, ruggedized industrial-grade probes, 100:1, 150MHz with shrouded 4mm banana tip and large jaw alligator clips (one red, one blue) 2 pcs VPS410-II-x, 10:1 voltage probes, 500 MHz, (one red, one blue) 4 pcs VPS421-x, ruggedized probes, 100:1, 150 MHz, (red, blue, grey, green) 4 pcs VPS410-II-x, 10:1 voltage probes, 500 MHz, (one red, one grey, one blue, one green)
Test leads TL175 (one red, one black) with test pins
Other Li-Ion battery (BP290 or BP291,  see above), Battery charger (BC190) with universal power cord set, Hangstrap, Handstrap (user selectable for left- or right hand use), download information for user manual and FlukeView®-2 demo package (with restricted functionality), and USB interface cable for PC connectivity. Feedthrough cable terminator, 50 Ω (one per channel, 190-50x only).
Optional configuration Each model is available as a ‘boxed’ version, described above, or with the optional SCC293 set included. SCC293 comprises: CXT293 rugged protective carrying case, full-version FlukeView PC software (activation code) and a WiFi dongle for wireless PC-connectivity using FlukeView-2 software.
Optional accessories SCC293, VPS101 – 1:1 voltage probe; VPS510-x – wide bandwidth compact probes; i400s–current clamp; HH290–hanging hook; CXT293–protective carrying case; TRM50–BNC Feedthrough cable terminator, 50 Ω, safety designed; EBC290–battery charging bay

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