Equipment information:

Solartron 7061 Digital multimeter
Model: 7061
Date: 1986
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
Description: Systems Voltmeter
                                    The 7061 combines high speed digital electronics with
microprocessor control to provide a fast, accurate systems
voltmeter. With channel scanning, timer control and
measurement processing, the 7061 is ideally suited to
automated test requirements using the built-in IEEE 488
interface (GPIB) to give remote control.

The 7061 is equally at home as a bench instrument, with
scanning, timing and processing facilities all controllable
from the front panel. And, of course, straightforward
voltage, current and resistance measurements are easily made
with great reliability and accuracy.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Solartron -- 7061 -- Service and User Manual
File name: Solartron-5315-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 146
Size: 4.58 Mbytes (4800758 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: C
Manual-ID/Number: 70610012
Date: November 1986
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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General Information

1	Introduction

2	Accessories

3	The Configuration Switch

4	Options

5	Safety

6	Connecting the ac mains
Getting Started Front Panel Controls

1	Introduction

2	Front/rear switching

3	Measurement keys

4	Range keys

5	Filter key

6	Null key

7	Ratio key

8	Channel key

9	Digits key

10	Track and trigger keys

11	General operating keys

12	Interface keys

13	Reset + enter & Menu + reset keys

14	Timer key

15	Scan key

16	Delay key

17	Probe key

18	Progs key

19	History key

Connections & Measurements

1	General

2	Voltage

3	Current

4	Resistance

5	Drift correction

Remote Control	5.1

Introduction	5.3

Remote commands and program names	5.4

Interface command language	5.6

Command set—verbose	5.6

Command set--cryptic	5.37

Programs	5.40

Error messages	5.45

Using the 7061 from the GPIB	5.46

GPIB functions	5.54
Interference - some causes and cures 6.1
Introduction	6.2

Series mode interference	6.3

Remedial action	6.3

Specification	7.1

Calibration	8.1
Adopted settings on power-up & reset
Measurement delay & integration times
Overload indication; display & output formats
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