Equipment information:

Fluke 124 ScopeMeter
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 124
Date: 1997
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: ScopeMeter
Description: Industrial ScopeMeter
Information:
                                    Dual input oscilloscope
Vertical
Frequency response
DC coupled:
Excluding probes and test leads:
DC to 20 MHz (-3 dB)
With STL120 1:1 shielded test leads:
DC to 12.5 MHz (-3 dB)
DC to 20 MHz (-6 dB)
With PM 8918 10:1 probe (optional
accessory): DC to 20 MHz (-3 dB)
AC coupled (LF roll off)
Excluding probes and test leads:
<10 Hz (-3 dB)
With STL120: <10 Hz (-3 dB)
With PM 8918: <1 Hz (-3 dB)
Rise time
Excluding probes and test leads:
<17.5 ns
Input impedance
Excluding probes and test leads:
1 MW//12 pF
With BB120: 1 MW//20 pF
With STL120: 1 MW//225 pF
With PM 8918: 10 MW//15 pF
Sensitivity: 5 mV to 500V/div
Display modes: A, -A, B, -B
Max input voltage
A, B: 600V rms up to 200 kHz,
derating to 6V rms @ 20 MHz
Max floating voltage
From any terminal to ground:
600V rms up to 400 Hz
Resolution: 8 bit
Vertical accuracy: ±(1% of reading
+ 0.05 range/div)
Max vertical move: ±4 divisions
Horizontal
Acquisition modes
Normal: Equivalent sampling: 20 ns
to 500 ns/div; real time sampling:
1 ms to 5s/div
Single (real time): 1 ms to 5s/div
Roll (real time): 1s to 60s/div
Sampling rate (for both channels
simultaneously): For repetitive
signals (equivalent sampling) up to
1.25 GS/s; real time (normal and
single): 1 ms to 5 ms/div, 25 MS/s;
10 ms to 5s/div, 5 MS/s
Time base accuracy
Equivalent sampling: ±(0.4%
of reading +0.04 time/div)
Real time sampling: ±(0.1%
of reading +0.04 time/div)
Glitch detection: ³40 ns
@ 20 ns to 5 ms/div; ³200 ns
@ 10 ms to 5s/div
Glitch detection is always active
Horizontal move, 10 divisions.
Permits shifting of the display
from 0 to 10 division of pre-trigger.
Trigger point will always be visible.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 124 -- Service Manual
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Manual Type: Service Manual
Pages: 96
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Language: english
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Limited Warranty & Limitation of
Liability........................................................
ii
Introduction and Safety
Instructions................................................................1-1
1.1 Introduction to Service Manual
.....................................................................
1-3
1.2 Safety
.............................................................................................................
1-3
1.2.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
1-3
1.2.2 Safety
Precautions.......................................................................................
1-3
1.2.3 Caution and Warning
Statements................................................................
1-3
1.2.4 Symbols used in this Manual and on Instrument
........................................ 1-4
1.2.5 Impaired
Safety...........................................................................................
1-4
1.2.6 General Safety
Information.........................................................................
1-4
Characteristics
...................................................................................................2-1
2.1
Introduction....................................................................................................
2-3
2.2 Dual Input
Oscilloscope.................................................................................
2-3
2.2.1
Vertical........................................................................................................
2-3
2.2.2 Horizontal
...................................................................................................
2-4
2.2.3 Trigger
........................................................................................................
2-4
2.2.4 Advanced Scope
Functions.........................................................................
2-5
2.3 Dual Input
Meter............................................................................................
2-5
2.3.1 Input A and Input B
....................................................................................
2-5
2.3.2 Input A
........................................................................................................
2-8
2.3.3 Advanced Meter Functions
.........................................................................
2-9
2.4 Cursor Readout (Fluke 124,
125)...................................................................
2-10
2.5 Harmonics Measurements (Fluke
125)..........................................................
2-10
2.6 Field Bus Measurements (Fluke 125)
............................................................
2-11
2.7 Miscellaneous
................................................................................................
2-11
2.8
Environmental................................................................................................
2-12
2.9 Service and Maintenance
...............................................................................
2-13
2.10 Safety
...........................................................................................................
2-13
2.11 EMC Immunity
............................................................................................
2-15
Performance
Verification...................................................................................3-1
3.1
Introduction....................................................................................................
3-3
3.2 Equipment Required For Verification
........................................................... 3-3
3.3 How To
Verify...............................................................................................
3-4
3.4 Display and Backlight
Test............................................................................
3-4
3.5 Input A and Input B
Tests..............................................................................
3-5
3.5.1 Input A and B Base Line Jump Test
........................................................... 3-6
3.5.2 Input A Trigger Sensitivity Test
.................................................................
3-8
3.5.3 Input A Frequency Response Upper Transition Point Test
........................ 3-9
3.5.4 Input A Frequency Measurement Accuracy Test
....................................... 3-9
3.5.5 Input B Frequency Measurement Accuracy
Test........................................ 3-10
3.5.6 Input B Frequency Response Upper Transition Point
Test......................... 3-11
3.5.7 Input B Trigger Sensitivity Test
.................................................................
3-12
3.5.8 Input A and B Trigger Level and Trigger Slope Test
................................. 3-13
3.5.9 Input A and B DC Voltage Accuracy Test
................................................. 3-16
3.5.10 Input A and B AC Voltage Accuracy Test
............................................... 3-18
3.5.11 Input A and B AC Input Coupling Test
.................................................... 3-19
3.5.12 Input A and B Volts Peak Measurements Test
......................................... 3-20
3.5.13 Input A and B Phase Measurements Test
................................................. 3-21
3.5.14 Harmonics (Fluke 125)
.............................................................................
3-21
3.5.15 Input A and B High Voltage AC/DC Accuracy
Test................................ 3-22
3.5.16 Resistance Measurements Test
.................................................................
3-24
3.5.17 Continuity Function Test
..........................................................................
3-25
3.5.18 Diode Test Function
Test..........................................................................
3-26
3.5.19 Capacitance Measurements
Test...............................................................
3-26
3.5.20 Video Trigger
Test....................................................................................
3-27
Calibration
Adjustment......................................................................................4-1
4.1
General...........................................................................................................
4-3
4.1.1
Introduction.................................................................................................
4-3
4.1.2 Calibration number and
date.......................................................................
4-3
4.1.3 General
Instructions....................................................................................
4-3
4.2 Equipment Required For
Calibration.............................................................
4-4
4.3 Starting Calibration Adjustment
....................................................................
4-4
4.4 Contrast Calibration Adjustment
...................................................................
4-6
4.5 Warming Up &
Pre-Calibration.....................................................................
4-7
4.6 Final Calibration
............................................................................................
4-7
4.6.1 HF Gain Input A&B
...................................................................................
4-7
4.6.2 Delta T Gain, Trigger Delay Time & Pulse Adjust Input
A ....................... 4-9
4.6.3 Pulse Adjust Input B
...................................................................................
4-10
4.6.4 Gain DMM (Gain Volt)
..............................................................................
4-10
4.6.5 Volt
Zero.....................................................................................................
4-12
4.6.6 Zero
Ohm....................................................................................................
4-12
4.6.7 Gain
Ohm....................................................................................................
4-13
4.6.8 Capacitance Gain Low and High
................................................................
4-14
4.6.9 Capacitance Clamp &
Zero.........................................................................
4-14
4.6.10 Capacitance Gain
......................................................................................
4-15
4.7 Save Calibration Data and
Exit......................................................................
4-15
Disassembling the Test Tool
............................................................................5-1
5.1.
Introduction...................................................................................................
5-3
5.2. Disassembling Procedures
............................................................................
5-3
5.1.1 Required
Tools............................................................................................
5-3
5.2.2 Removing the Battery Pack
........................................................................
5-3
5.2.3 Removing the Bail
......................................................................................
5-3
5.2.4 Opening the Test Tool
................................................................................
5-3
5.2.5 Removing the Main PCA
Unit....................................................................
5-5
5.2.6 Removing the Display
Assembly................................................................
5-6
5.2.7 Removing the Keypad and Keypad Foil
..................................................... 5-6
5.3 Disassembling the Main PCA
Unit................................................................
5-6
5.4 Reassembling the Main PCA
Unit.................................................................
5-8
5.5 Reassembling the Test
Tool...........................................................................
5-8
List of Replaceable Parts
..................................................................................6-1
6.1
Introduction....................................................................................................
6-3
6.2 How to Obtain
Parts.......................................................................................
6-3
6.3 Service Centers
..............................................................................................
6-3
6.4 Final Assembly Parts
.....................................................................................
6-4
6.5 Main PCA Unit Parts
.....................................................................................
6-6
6.6 Service Tools
.................................................................................................
6-7
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Fluke -- 124 -- User Manual
File name: Fluke-7596-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 83
Size: 1.84 Mbytes (1933945 Bytes)
Language: english
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Date: September 2002
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Declaration of Conformity
.......................................................................................................
1
Unpacking the Test Tool Kit
...........................................................................................
2
Safely Using the Test Tool
.............................................................................................
4
1 Using The Test
Tool.....................................................................................................
7
Goal of this Chapter
.......................................................................................................
7
Powering the Test Tool
..................................................................................................
7
Resetting the Test Tool
..................................................................................................
8
Changing Backlight
........................................................................................................
9
Reading the Screen
.......................................................................................................
10
Making Selections in a Menu
.........................................................................................
11
Looking at the Measurement
Connections.....................................................................
12
Displaying an Unknown Signal with Connect-and View™
............................................. 13
Making
Measurements...................................................................................................
14
Freezing the
Screen.......................................................................................................
16
Holding a Stable Reading
..............................................................................................
16
Making Relative
Measurements.....................................................................................
17
Selecting Auto/Manual
Ranges......................................................................................
18
Changing the Graphic Representation on the Screen
................................................... 18
TrendPlotting a Waveform
.............................................................................................
22
Acquiring the Waveform
................................................................................................
23
Triggering on a Waveform
.............................................................................................
27
Saving and Recalling a Setup and a Screen
.................................................................
32
Making Cursor
Measurements.......................................................................................
35
Using the 10:1 Probe for High Frequency
Measurements............................................. 38
Using a Printer
...............................................................................................................
39
Using FlukeView® Software
...........................................................................................
41
2 Maintaining the Test
Tool............................................................................................
43
About this Chapter
.........................................................................................................
43
Cleaning the Test
Tool...................................................................................................
43
Storing the Test
Tool......................................................................................................
43
Charging the Rechargeable Battery
Pack......................................................................
44
Keeping Batteries in Optimal Condition
.........................................................................
45
Replacing and Disposing of the Rechargeable Battery Pack
........................................ 46
Using and Adjusting 10:1 Scope Probes
.......................................................................
47
Calibrating the Test
Tool................................................................................................
49
Parts and Accessories
...................................................................................................
49
3 Tips and
Troubleshooting...........................................................................................
53
Goal of this Chapter
.......................................................................................................
53
Using the Tilt
Stand........................................................................................................
53
Resetting the Test Tool
..................................................................................................
54
Changing the Information
Language..............................................................................
54
Changing the
Display.....................................................................................................
55
Changing Date and Time
...............................................................................................
56
Saving Battery Life
.........................................................................................................
57
Changing the Auto Set
Options......................................................................................
58
Using Proper Grounding
................................................................................................
59
Solving Printing and Other Communication Errors
........................................................ 60
Battery Testing of Fluke
Accessories.............................................................................
60
4
Specifications...............................................................................................................
61
Introduction
....................................................................................................................
61
Dual Input Oscilloscope
.................................................................................................
62
Dual Input
Meter.............................................................................................................
65
Cursor readout (Fluke 124)
............................................................................................
68
Miscellaneous
................................................................................................................
69
Environmental
................................................................................................................
70
Safety
......................................................................................................................
70
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