Equipment information:

Keithley 7999-6 Interface
Manufacturer:
Keithley
Model: 7999-6
Date: 2001
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Interface
Description: GPIB RF Relay Unit
Information:
                                    The Model 7999-6 is an IEEE-488 controlled, single or dual, 4 or 6 pole, 19-inch rack
mounted relay unit. Additional features of the Model 7999-6 are as follows:
• N-type bulkhead connectors (insulated)
• +24VDC power connections
• LED indicators for error, power, and relay status
• Operating range to 4GHz (relay dependent)
• Can be upgraded from 4-pole to 6-pole relays

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Keithley -- 7999-6 -- Service and User Manual
File name: Keithley-5543-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 87
Size: 1.40 Mbytes (1465105 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: A
Manual-ID/Number: 7999-6-901-01
Date: April 2001
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Information:
1 General Information
Introduction
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1-2
Feature overview
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1-2
Warranty information
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1-2
Manual addenda
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1-2
Safety symbols and terms
.......................................................... 1-3
Specifications
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1-3
Unpacking and inspection
.......................................................... 1-3
Inspection for damage
......................................................... 1-3
Handling precautions
.......................................................... 1-3
Shipment contents
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1-4
Instruction manual
..............................................................
1-4
Repacking for shipment
...................................................... 1-4
Connections
................................................................................
1-4
2 Connections
Introduction
................................................................................
2-2
Handling precautions
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2-2
Configuration
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2-2
Layout
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2-2
Simplified schematic
........................................................... 2-4
Connections
................................................................................
2-5
GPIB control connection
..................................................... 2-5
Power connector
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2-8
3 Operation
Introduction
................................................................................
3-2
Maximum signal considerations
................................................ 3-2
Bus operation (GPIB)
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3-3
Bus connections
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3-3
Primary address
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3-3
Programming syntax
........................................................... 3-3
Response messages
............................................................. 3-7
Status model
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3-8
Event register sets
............................................................. 3-10
Enable registers
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3-11
Queues
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3-11
Status byte and SRQ
......................................................... 3-13
Service request enable register
.......................................... 3-14
Serial polling and SRQ
..................................................... 3-15
Clearing registers and queues
................................................... 3-16
Programming enable registers
.................................................. 3-17
Reading registers
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3-17
Common commands
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3-18
GPIB commands
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3-26
ROUTe commands
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3-26
:CLOSe...............................................................................
3-28
:CONFigure........................................................................
3-29
STATus commands
............................................................
3-30
:QUEue...............................................................................
3-30
SYSTem commands
.......................................................... 3-32
Manual operation
......................................................................
3-34
Switching considerations
.......................................................... 3-35
Connector integrity
............................................................
3-35
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
............................................ 3-35
Path isolation
.....................................................................
3-36
Insertion loss
.....................................................................
3-36
RFI/EMI
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3-36
Errors
........................................................................................
3-37
4 Service Information
Introduction
................................................................................
4-2
Handling and cleaning precautions
............................................ 4-2
Handling precautions
........................................................... 4-2
Card and connector cleaning
............................................... 4-2
Performance verification
............................................................. 4-3
Environmental conditions
.................................................... 4-3
Recommended equipment
................................................... 4-3
Channel resistance tests
....................................................... 4-3
Replacing components
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4-4
Replacement parts
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4-4
Replacement precautions
..................................................... 4-5
Soldering considerations
..................................................... 4-5
Relay replacement
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4-5
Circuit board removal
.......................................................... 4-8
GPIB address
..............................................................................
4-8
5 Replaceable Parts
Introduction
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5-2
Parts list
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5-2
Ordering information
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5-2
Factory service
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5-2
Component layout
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5-2
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