Storing saved readings, Starting logging, Stopping logging – Fluke 189 User Manual
Model 187 & 189
Storing Saved Readings
To add the current displayed reading to the saved
readings memory, press
appears briefly to confirm the operation and
the index number display increments by one.
appears if no room is available in the saved
readings memory (after 100 saves).
Saved readings can be viewed later as originally
displayed. Actual primary and secondary readings and
functions, the time stamp, and display icons are all stored
in stored readings memory. (The meter does not save the
bar graph.) For example, if the original reading was in
volts ac function with the dB modifier selected, the saved
reading will contain the saved dB value.
To begin logging, press
is shown on the display. The logging interval is
preset to 15 minutes.
To change the logging interval, see “Selecting Setup
Options” in Chapter 5. The logging interval can be as high
as 99 minutes or as low as 1 second. There is enough
meter memory for at least 288 intervals (3 days of 15-
minute intervals.) Use FlukeView Forms to store additional
logging data in your PC's memory.
The meter allows interval logging to begin only if
logged readings memory is empty. Refer to the
“Clearing Memory” discussion below.
Logging stops when one of the following occurs:
A flashing low battery condition (
Logged readings memory becomes full.
You change the rotary switch position.