Equipment information:

Fluke 5720A Series II Calibrator
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 5720A Series II
Date: 1996
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Calibrator
Description: Multi-Function Calibrator
Information:
                                    The Fluke Model 5700A/5720A Series II calibrators are
precise instruments that
calibrate a wide variety of electrical measuring
instruments. These calibrators maintain
high accuracy over a wide ambient temperature range,
allowing them to test instruments
in any environment, eliminating the restrictions to
calibrate only in a temperaturecontrolled
standards laboratory. With a 5700A/5720A Series II, you can
calibrate
precision multimeters that measure ac or dc voltage, ac or
dc current, and resistance. The
5720A Series II operates in a similar manner to the 5700A
Series II, the difference is that
the 5720A Series II has a considerably higher specified
accuracy. Option 5700A-03
Wideband AC Voltage, which is available for both the 5700A
Series II and the 5720A
Series II, extends this workload to include rf voltmeters.
Specifications are provided at the end of this chapter. The
calibrator is a fully programmable
precision source of the following:
· DC voltage to 1100V
· AC voltage to 1100V, with output available from 10 Hz to
1.2 MHz.
· AC and DC current to 2.2A, with output available from 10
Hz to 10 kHz
· Resistance in values of 1x10n and 1.9x10n from 1W to 100
MW, plus a short.
· Optional wideband ac voltage from 300 μV to 3.5V into 50W
(-57 dBm to
+24 dBm), 10 Hz to 30 MHz.
Features of the calibrator include the following:
· Internal environmentally-controlled references allowing
the calibrator to maintain
full performance over a wide ambient temperature range.
· Automatic meter error calculation obtained through using a
simple output adjust
knob; the display shows linearity, offset, and scale errors.
· Keys that multiply and divide the output value by 10 to
simplify work on meters
with calibration points at decade multiples of a fraction of
full-scale.
· Programmable entry limits used for restricting the levels
that can be keyed into the
calibrator, preventing access to levels that may be harmful
to equipment or
personnel.
· A s key that provides the capability of displaying the
instrument’s specification at
the selected operating point, calibration interval, and
specification confidence level.
· An auxiliary current binding post that allows you to
calibrate meters with separate
current inputs without moving cables.
· Real-time clock and calendar for date stamping reports.
· Offset and scaling modes that simplify linearity testing
of multimeters.
· Variable phase reference signal output and phase-lock input.
· Interface for the Fluke 5725 Amplifier.
· Standard IEEE-488 (GPIB) interface, complying with
ANSI/IEEE Standards 488.1-
1987 and 488.2-1987.
· Selectable normal remote mode or emulation of the Fluke
5100B and 5200A Series
calibrators in functions and response to system controller
software
· EIA Standard RS-232C serial data interface for printing,
displaying, or transferring
internally-stored calibration constants, and for remote
control of the calibrator.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 5720A Series II -- Service Manual
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Manual Type: Service Manual
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This manual provides complete information for installing the
calibrator and operating it
from the front panel keys and in remote. It also provides a
glossary of calibration-related
terms as well as general items such as specifications and
error code information. The
following topics are covered in this manual:
· Installation
· Operating controls and features
· Front panel operation
· Remote operation (IEEE-488 bus or serial port remote control)
· Serial port operation (printing, displaying, or
transferring data, and setting up for
serial port remote control)
· Operator maintenance, including how to calibrate the
5700A/5720A Series II
· Options and accessories
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What is in this Guide?.......................................2
Safety
Summary..................................................2
Fuse and Line Voltage...............................4
Basic
Operation...................................................5
A Short Calibration Exercise...........................5
Warming up the Calibrator.........................5
Exercise: Running dc Zero Calibration.........6
Connecting a Meter.......................................6
Applying a dc Voltage..................................7
Checking the Calibrator Uncertainty.......7
Exercise: Activating Error Mode...............8
Checking the Meter's Higher and Lower
Ranges.............................................8
Exercise: Applying an ac Voltage............9
Front Panel Features.........................................10
Output Display (Left Side)..........................10
Control Display (Right Side)......................10
Display Screen Saver...................................11
Front Panel Keys..........................................12
Front Panel Connectors..............................21
Rear Panel Features.........................................23
Rear Panel Connectors...............................23
Switches and Fuse Holder..........................26
Cable Recommendations..................................27
Connecting to a UUT (Unit Under Test)......28
Using Error
Mode................................................35
Operating in Remote.........................................37
RS-232-C Interface Parameters.....................38
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1 Introduction and
Specifications.............................................................1-1
1-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................1-3
1-2. Instruction
Manuals.......................................................................................1-4
1-3. About this
Manual.........................................................................................1-4
1-4. How to Use this
Manual...............................................................................1-5
1-5. Wideband AC Voltage Module (Option
5700A-03)................................1-5
1-6. Auxiliary
Amplifier.......................................................................................1-5
1-7. 5725A
Amplifier.......................................................................................1-6
1-8. Support Equipment and
Services................................................................1-6
1-9. 732B Direct Voltage Reference
Standard.............................................1-6
1-10. 732B-200 Direct Volt Maintenance Program (U.S.A.
Only)............1-7
1-11. 742A Series Resistance
Standards.........................................................1-7
1-12. Wideband AC Module (Option 5700A-03) Calibration
Support.... 1-7
1-13. Service
Centers.........................................................................................1-7
1-14. The Components of the 5700A/5720A Series II
Calibrator....................1-8
1-15. Calibrating the 5700A/5720A Series II
Calibrator...................................1-8
1-16. The Calibration
Process...........................................................................1-10
1-17. Establishing T
raceability.........................................................................1-10
1-18. Calibration
Reports..................................................................................1-10
1-19. Calibration
Check..........................................................................................1-11
1-20. Developing a Performance
History.............................................................1-11
1-21. Range
Calibration.........................................................................................1-11
1-22. DC Zeros
Calibration....................................................................................1-11
1-23.
Specifications.................................................................................................1-12
1-24. Specification Confidence
Levels...........................................................1-12
1-25. Using Absolute and Relative Uncertainty
Specifications...................1-12
1-26. Using Secondary Performance
Specifications.....................................1-12
1-27. DC Voltage
Specifications...........................................................................1-13
1-28. AC Voltage
Specifications...........................................................................1-16
1-29. Resistance
Specifications.............................................................................1-22
1-30. DC Current
Specifications...........................................................................1-26
1-31. AC Current
Specifications...........................................................................1-29
1-32. Wideband AC Voltage (Option 5700-03)
Specifications......................1-34
1-33. General
Specifications...................................................................................1-35
1-34. Auxiliary Amplifier
Specifications............................................................1-36
2
Installation.................................................................................................2-1
2-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................2-3
2-2. Unpacking and
Inspection............................................................................2-3
2-3. Service
Information.......................................................................................2-4
2-4. Contacting
Fluke...........................................................................................2-4
2-5. Placement and Rack
Mounting....................................................................2-4
2-6. Cooling
Considerations................................................................................2-4
2-7. Accessing the Fuse
........................................................................................2-5
2-8. Selecting Line
Voltage.................................................................................2-6
2-9. Connecting to Line
Power............................................................................2-8
2-10. Connecting a 5725A
Amplifier...................................................................2-8
2-11. Selecting Output Binding
Posts...................................................................2-8
3
Features......................................................................................................3-1
3-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................3-3
3-2. Front Panel
Features......................................................................................3-3
3-3. Display Screen
Saver...............................................................................3-3
3-4. Rear Panel
Features.......................................................................................3-12
3-5. Softkey Menu
Tree........................................................................................3-14
4 Front Panel
Operation.............................................................................4-1
4-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................4-3
4-2. Powering on the Calibrator
..........................................................................4-4
4-3. Warm
Up.........................................................................................................4-4
4-4. DC Zeros
........................................................................................................4-5
4-5. Executing DC
Zeros.................................................................................4-5
4-6. DC Zeros
Reminder................................................................................4-5
4-7. The Setup
Menu............................................................................................4-6
4-8. Instrument
Setup.......................................................................................4-7
4-9. Format EEPROM
Menu..........................................................................4-7
4-10. Spec Format Setup
Menu.........................................................................4-8
4-11. Setting the Internal
Clock/Calendar......................................................4-9
4-12. Selecting Amplifiers
................................................................................4-10
4-13. Checking the Instrument
Configuration...............................................4-11
4-14. Special Functions
Menu...........................................................................4-12
4-15. Resetting the
Calibrator................................................................................4-12
4-16. Operate and Standby
Modes.........................................................................4-13
4-17. Connecting the Calibrator to a
UUT..........................................................4-13
4-18. Recommended Cable and Connector
Types.........................................4-13
4-19. When to Use External Sensing
...............................................................4-14
4-20. When to Use the External Voltage
Guard............................................4-15
4-21. When to Use the Current
Guard..............................................................4-15
4-22. Four-Wire Vs. Two-Wire Resistance
Connections...........................4-16
4-23. Cable Connection
Instructions................................................................4-16
4-24. Setting the
Output..........................................................................................4-22
4-25. DC Voltage
Output..................................................................................4-24
4-26. AC Voltage Output
..................................................................................4-25
4-27. DC Current
Output....................................................................................4-27
4-28. AC Current
Output....................................................................................4-28
4-29. Resistance Output
.....................................................................................4-30
4-30. Wideband AC Voltage Output (Option
5700A-03)............................4-32
4-31. Variable Phase
Output.............................................................................4-34
4-32. Phase Locking to an External
Signal..........................................................4-35
4-33. Using an Auxiliary
Amplifier.......................................................................4-36
4-34. 5725A Amplifier
Output..........................................................................4-37
4-35. Checking the Calibrator’s Uncertainty
Specification..............................4-38
4-36. Error Mode
Operation..................................................................................4-38
4-37. Error Mode
Overview..............................................................................4-39
4-38. Entering Error
Mode............................................................................4-39
4-39. Exiting Error
Mode..............................................................................4-39
4-40. Using Error
Mode................................................................................4-40
4-41. Reading the UUT Error: AC and DC Voltage and Current
Output. 4-40
4-42. Reading the UUT Error: Resistance
Output.........................................4-41
4-43. Introduction to Offset, Scale, and Linearity
Errors..................................4-42
4-44. Offset
Error................................................................................................4-42
4-45. Scale
Error.................................................................................................4-43
4-46. Linearity
Error..........................................................................................4-44
4-47. Combining the Error
Types.....................................................................4-44
4-48. Programming an
Offset................................................................................4-45
4-49. Programming a Scale
Factor.......................................................................4-46
4-50. Linearity Checking Using Offset and
Scale..............................................4-47
4-51. Setting Output
Limits....................................................................................4-50
4-52. Setting Voltage and Current
Limits.......................................................4-50
4-53. Sample
Applications......................................................................................4-51
4-54. Calibrating Fluke 70 Series
Multimeter................................................4-51
4-55. Cables
....................................................................................................4-52
4-56.
Guarding................................................................................................4-52
4-57.
Sensing...................................................................................................4-52
4-58. Testing the
Meter.................................................................................4-53
4-59. Calibrating the
Meter...........................................................................4-54
4-60. Calibrating a Fluke Model 8840A Series Digital
Multimeter...........4-56
4-61.
Cables....................................................................................................4-56
4-62. Guarding
................................................................................................4-56
4-63.
Sensing...................................................................................................4-58
4-64. Basic Calibration
Procedure...............................................................4-58
4-65. Calibration Setup
Procedure...............................................................4-58
4-66. A/D
Calibration....................................................................................4-59
4-67. Offset and Gain
Calibration................................................................4-60
4-68. High Frequency AC
Calibration........................................................4-62
4-69. Performing A Wideband Flatness
Test..................................................4-63
5 Remote
Operation.....................................................................................5-1
5-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................5-3
5-2. Using the IEEE-488 Port for Remote
Control...........................................5-4
5-3. IEEE-488 Bus
Restrictions.....................................................................5-4
5-4. Bus Setup
Procedure................................................................................5-4
5-5. Using the RS-232C Port for Remote
Control............................................5-5
5-6. Serial Remote Control Setup
Procedure................................................5-6
5-7. Exceptions for Serial Remote
Control...................................................5-7
5-8. Command Syntax
Information....................................................................5-7
5-9. Parameter Syntax
Rules...........................................................................5-8
5-10. Extra Space
Characters............................................................................5-9
5-11.
Terminators...............................................................................................5-9
5-12. Incoming Character
Processing...............................................................5-9
5-13. Response Message Syntax
......................................................................5-10
5-14. Input Buffer
Operation.................................................................................5-10
5-15.
Commands.....................................................................................................5-10
5-16. Multiple
Commands.................................................................................5-11
5-17. Coupled
Commands................................................................................5-11
5-18. Sequential and Overlapped
Commands................................................5-12
5-19. Commands Ignored When Not in
Remote...........................................5-12
5-20. Commands that Require the Calibration Switch to be
Set................5-12
5-21. Long Term
Commands............................................................................5-12
5-22. Local-to-Remote State
Transitions..............................................................5-43
5-23. Checking the Calibrator’s
Status................................................................5-45
5-24. Serial Poll Status
Byte.............................................................................5-47
5-25. Service Request Line
(SRQ)..............................................................5-48
5-26. Service Request Enable
Register.......................................................5-48
5-27. Loading the
SRE..................................................................................5-48
5-28. Event Status
Register...............................................................................5-49
5-29. Bit Assignments for the ESR and
ESE.............................................5-49
5-30. Reading the ESR and
ESE.................................................................5-50
5-31. Loading the
ESE..................................................................................5-50
5-32. Instrument Status
Register......................................................................5-51
5-33. Instrument Status Change
Register........................................................5-51
5-34. Instrument Status Change Enable
Register..........................................5-51
5-35. Bit Assignments for the ISR, ISCR, and
ISCE...............................5-51
5-36. Reading the ISR, ISCR, or
ISCE......................................................5-52
5-37. Loading the
ISCE................................................................................5-52
5-38. Fault
Queue...............................................................................................5-53
5-39. IEEE-488 Interface
Configuration..............................................................5-54
5-40. Bus Communication
Overview..................................................................5-55
5-41. Definition: Queries and
Commands.......................................................5-56
5-42. Functional Elements Of
Commands......................................................5-56
5-43. Interface
Messages....................................................................................5-58
5-44. The IEEE-488
Connector............................................................................5-60
5-45. Remote Program
Examples.........................................................................5-61
5-46. Printing Main Output Calibration Shift
Results.................................5-61
5-47. Verifying a
Meter......................................................................................5-62
5-48. Remote
Calibration..................................................................................5-62
5-49. DC
Zeros...............................................................................................5-62
5-50.
Calibration.............................................................................................5-63
5-51. Calibration
Check................................................................................5-64
5-52. Wideband AC Module (Option 5700A-03) Gain
Calibration.....5-65
5-53. Using *OPC?, *OPC, and
*WAI..........................................................5-66
5-54. Writing an SRQ and Fault
Handler.......................................................5-67
5-55. Emulating a Fluke 5100B or 5200A
Calibrator.......................................5-68
5-56. Entering Emulation
Mode.......................................................................5-68
5-57. Exiting Emulation
Mode..........................................................................5-69
5-58. The 5720’s Display During
Emulation.................................................5-69
5-59. 5100B
Emulation..........................................................................................5-69
5-60. Local-to-Remote
Transitions..................................................................5-69
5-61. Current Output
Location..........................................................................5-70
5-62. Differences in the 5700A/5720A Series II and
5100B Ohms
Function..........................................................................5-70
5-63. Ohms Remote Program Modifications for 5100B
Emulation...........5-71
5-64. 5200A
Emulation.........................................................................................5-72
5-65. Local-to-Remote
Transitions..................................................................5-72
5-66. Voltage and Frequency
Ranges...............................................................5-72
5-67. Rounding Numeric
Entries......................................................................5-73
5-68. Settling Times
...........................................................................................5-73
5-69. Programming External
Sensing...............................................................5-74
5-70. Overload
Conditions................................................................................5-74
5-71. Phase Lock
Errors.....................................................................................5-74
6 Using the RS-232C Serial
Interface......................................................6-1
6-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................6-3
6-2. RS-232C Interface
Specifications...............................................................6-3
6-3. Setting Up and Connecting the Serial
Interface........................................6-4
6-4. Printing Calibration
Reports.........................................................................6-6
6-5. Calibration Shift
Results..........................................................................6-6
6-6. Calibration Check Shift
Results..............................................................6-7
6-7. Generating a
Printout...............................................................................6-8
7 Operator
Maintenance.............................................................................7-1
7-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................7-3
7-2. Accessing the Fuse
........................................................................................7-4
7-3. Cleaning the Air
Filter...................................................................................7-4
7-4. Cleaning the Exterior
....................................................................................7-6
7-5.
Calibration......................................................................................................7-6
7-6. Calibrating the 5700A/5720A Series II to External
Standards ..............7-6
7-7. Calibration Requirements
.......................................................................7-7
7-8. When to Adjust the Calibrator’s
Uncertainty......................................7-7
7-9. Calibration Procedure
..............................................................................7-8
7-10. Range
Calibration..........................................................................................7-14
7-11. Calibrating the Wideband AC Module (Option
5700A-03)....................7-18
7-12. Performing a Calibration
Check..................................................................7-21
8 Options and
Accessories........................................................................8-1
8-1. Introduction
....................................................................................................8-3
8-2. Wideband AC Voltage Module (Option
5700A-03.................................8-3
8-3.
Accessories.....................................................................................................8-3
8-4. Low Thermal EMF Test
Leads...............................................................8-4
8-5. Rack Mount Kits (Y5737 and
Y5735)..................................................8-4
8-6. Shielded IEEE-488 Interface Cables (Y8021, Y8022, and
Y8023). 8-4
8-7. RS-232C Null-Modem Cables (Y1702 and
Y1703)...........................8-4
8-8. DC Voltage Reference Standard
(732B)...............................................8-4
8-9. 1Ω and 10 kW Resistance Standards (742A-1 and
742A-10k)..........8-5
8-10. 5725A
Amplifier...........................................................................................8-5
Appendices
Fault
Codes..................................................................................................................A-1
ASCII and IEEE Bus
Codes.....................................................................................B-1
Symbolic Names of Calibration
Constants............................................................C-1
Glossary.......................................................................................................................D-1
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