Equipment information

Fluke 725 Calibrator
Manufacturer
Fluke
Model 725
Date 1998
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Calibrator
Description Multifunction Process Calibrator
Information
                                    The Fluke 725 Multifunction Process
Calibrator is a powerful yet easy-to-use field
calibrator. Use the measure and source functions
to test and calibrate almost any process
parameter.
• Compact, streamlined shape makes it easy
to carry
• Rugged, reliable design stands up to field use
• Easy to read measure/source screen lets you
view input and output simultaneously
• Measure volts, mA, RTDs, thermocouples,
frequency, and ohms to test sensors and
transmitters
• Source/simulate volts, mA, thermocouples, RTDs,
frequency, and ohms to calibrate transmitters
• Measure/source pressure using any of 28
Fluke 700Pxx Pressure Modules
• Source mA with simultaneous pressure
measurement to conduct valve and I/P tests
• Support flow meter testing with frequency
and CPM functions
• Perform fast linearity tests with 25% and
100% steps
• Execute remote tests with auto step and auto
ramp
• Power transmitters during test using loop
supply with simultaneous mA measurement
• Store frequently-used test setups for later use
• Backlight lets you work in poor light
• Remote interface allows benchtop automated
operations
• Large battery capacity of four AA cells
• Battery door for easy changes

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 725 -- User Manual
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Introduction...................................................................................................................
1
Contacting
Fluke............................................................................................................
1
Standard
Equipment......................................................................................................
3
Safety
Information..........................................................................................................
3
Getting Acquainted with the Calibrator
..........................................................................
8
Input and Output Terminals
......................................................................................
8
Keys..........................................................................................................................
10
Display
......................................................................................................................
13
Getting Started
..............................................................................................................
14
Shut Down Mode
...........................................................................................................
14
Contrast Adjustment
......................................................................................................
16
Using Measure
Mode.....................................................................................................
17
Measuring Electrical Parameters (Upper Display)
.................................................... 17
Current Measurement with Loop
Power....................................................................
17
Measuring Electrical Parameters (Lower Display)
.................................................... 19
Measuring
Temperature............................................................................................
20
Using
Thermocouples...........................................................................................
20
Using Resistance-Temperature Detectors (RTDs)
............................................... 23
Measuring Pressure
..................................................................................................
26
Zeroing with Absolute Pressure Modules
..................................................................
27
Using Source
Mode........................................................................................................
29
Sourcing 4 to 20
mA..................................................................................................
29
Simulating a 4- to 20-mA
Transmitter........................................................................
29
Sourcing Other Electrical Parameters
.......................................................................
29
Simulating
Thermocouples........................................................................................
32
Simulating
RTDs........................................................................................................
32
Sourcing Pressure
.....................................................................................................
35
Setting 0 % and 100 % Output Parameters
...................................................................
37
Stepping and Ramping the
Output.................................................................................
37
Manually Stepping the mA
Output.............................................................................
37
Auto Ramping the Output
..........................................................................................
38
Storing and Recalling
Setups.........................................................................................
38
Calibrating a
Transmitter................................................................................................
39
Calibrating a Pressure
Transmitter.................................................................................
41
Calibrating an I/P
Device................................................................................................
43
Testing an Output
Device...............................................................................................
45
Remote Control
Commands...........................................................................................
46
Replacing the Batteries
..................................................................................................
49
Replacing the Fuses
......................................................................................................
49
Maintenance...................................................................................................................
50
Cleaning the
Calibrator..............................................................................................
50
Service Center Calibration or
Repair.........................................................................
50
Replacement Parts
....................................................................................................
51
Accessories
....................................................................................................................
53
External Fluke Pressure Module Compatibility
......................................................... 53
Specifications.................................................................................................................
56
DC Voltage
Measurement.........................................................................................
56
DC Voltage Source
...................................................................................................
56
Millivolt Measurement and
Source*...........................................................................
56
DC mA Measurement and Source
............................................................................
57
Ohms
Measurement..................................................................................................
57
Ohms Source
............................................................................................................
57
Frequency Measurement
..........................................................................................
57
Frequency
Source.....................................................................................................
58
Temperature,
Thermocouples...................................................................................
58
Loop Power
Supply...................................................................................................
59
RTD Excitation (simulation)
......................................................................................
59
Temperature, RTD Ranges, and Accuracies (ITS-90)
.............................................. 59
Pressure
Measurement.............................................................................................
60
General Specifications
..............................................................................................
60
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Pages 79
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Language english
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Manual-ID/Number PN 667581
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Calibration Manual

Introduction........................................................................................................
1
Contacting
Fluke................................................................................................
1
Read First – Safety
Information.........................................................................
2
International Symbols
........................................................................................
3
Specifications.....................................................................................................
4
DC Voltage Measurement (724 and
725)...................................................... 4
DC Voltage Measurement and Source
(726)................................................. 4
DC Voltage Source (724 and 725)
................................................................
4
DC mA Measurement and Source (724 and 725)
(Measurement only for
724).......................................................................
4
DC mA Measurement and Source (726)
....................................................... 5
Ohms Measurement (724 and 725)
...............................................................
5
Ohms Measurement (726)
.............................................................................
5
Ohms Source (724 and 725)
..........................................................................
5
Ohms Source
(726)........................................................................................
6
Frequency Measurement
(725)......................................................................
6
Frequency Measurement
(726)......................................................................
6
Frequency Source (725)
................................................................................
6
Frequency Source (726)
................................................................................
7
Millivolt Measurement and Source (724 and
725)........................................ 7
Temperature, Thermocouples (724 and
725)................................................. 7
Temperature, Thermocouples (726)
.............................................................. 8
Temperature, RTD Ranges, and Accuracies (724 and 725)
.......................... 9
RTD Accuracy (Read and Source) (ITS-90)
(726)........................................ 10
Loop Power Supply
.......................................................................................
11
Pressure Measurement (725 and 726)
........................................................... 11
Pulse Read and Pulse Source (726)
...............................................................
11
Pressure Units Availability (725)
..................................................................
11
General
Specifications...................................................................................
12
Cleaning the
Calibrator......................................................................................
12
Replacing the Batteries
......................................................................................
12
Fuses
..................................................................................................................
13
Remote Control Interface (725 and 726)
........................................................... 14
Serial Command List
(726)................................................................................
17
Required Equipment
..........................................................................................
22
Performance
Tests..............................................................................................
24
Preparing for the Performance Tests
............................................................. 24
Upper Display Voltage Measurement Tests
.................................................. 25
Lower Display mV/TC Measurement Tests
.................................................. 26
Lower Display Voltage Measurement
Tests.................................................. 27
Upper Display mA Measurement
Tests.........................................................
28
Lower Display mA Measurement Tests (725 and
726)................................. 29
Lower Display Frequency Measurement Test (725 and 726)
....................... 30
Lower Display Frequency Source Test (725 and 726)
.................................. 31
Lower Display 4-Wire Resistance Measurement
Tests................................. 32
Lower Display 3-Wire RTD Measurement
................................................... 33
Lower Display Thermocouple Measurement
Tests....................................... 34
Lower Display Thermocouple Source Test
................................................... 35
Lower Display mA Source Tests (725 and 726)
........................................... 36
Lower Display mV Source
Tests...................................................................
37
Lower Display Voltage Source Tests
............................................................ 37
Lower Display Ohms Source Tests
...............................................................
38
Pressure Module Input
(725/726)..................................................................
39
Calibration
Adjustment......................................................................................
39
Setup..............................................................................................................
39
Initiating Communication (724 and 725)
...................................................... 40
Calibration Adjustment Procedures (724 and 725)
....................................... 41
Cal Volts Input
..........................................................................................
41
Cal Volts Output
.......................................................................................
42
Cal mA Input (Fluke 725 Only)
................................................................
43
Cal mA Output (725 Only)
.......................................................................
44
Cal mV
Input.............................................................................................
45
Cal mV Output
..........................................................................................
46
Cal Thermocouples
...................................................................................
47
Cal Ohms Hi
Source..................................................................................
48
Cal Ohms Low Source
..............................................................................
49
Cal RTD Low
Range.................................................................................
50
Cal RTD Hi Range
....................................................................................
51
Cal ISO Volts
............................................................................................
52
Cal ISO
mA...............................................................................................
53
Calibration Adjustment Procedures (726)
..................................................... 54
Initiating Communication
.........................................................................
54
Calibrating Isolated mA
Input...................................................................
55
Calibrating Isolated Voltage Input
............................................................ 56
Calibrating mA Input
................................................................................
57
Calibrating mA
Output..............................................................................
58
Calibrating Voltage
Input..........................................................................
59
Calibrating Voltage Output
.......................................................................
60
Calibrating Low Ohms
Source..................................................................
61
Calibrating High Ohms Source
.................................................................
62
Calibrating Ohms
Measure........................................................................
63
Calibrating Thermocouple mV Output
..................................................... 64
Calibrating Thermocouple mV Input
........................................................ 65
Calibrating Thermocouple
CJC:................................................................
66
Replaceable
Parts...............................................................................................
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Fluke -- 725 -- Datasheet
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