Equipment information:

Electro Scientific Industries 2100 LCR Meter
Manufacturer:
Electro Scientific Industries
Model: 2100
Date: 1981
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: LCR Meter
Description: Auto LCR Meter
Information:
                                    ESI's Model 2100/2110 Auto LRC Meters are two extremely
versatile impedance measuring instruments. They feature
variable test frequencies (~3000), programmable test-signal
levels, component sorting, and CRT displays. They measure
inductors (L), resistors (R), capacitors (C) , and display
up to 10 impedance characteristics in 26 different
combinations. Basic accuracy of 0.05% added to the widest
ranges available for passive component measurements make the
2100/2110 the most informative impedance measuring
instruments available today.
Mass storage for test parameter setups and measurement
results is the feature that set the Model 2110 apart from
the Model 2100. The 2110 has a cassette tape loader that
uses mini-cassette tapes for storing and reloading test
parameter programs.
The 2100/2110 measurement system is basically composed of a
frequency selectable, digital sinewave generator, a
test-level regulator, precision range resistors, a
phase-sensitive voltmeter, and a charge balancing
analog-to-digital converter. All measurements, calculations,
and displays take place under the watchful eye of the 2100/
2110's Z80 microcomputer.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Electro Scientific Industries -- 2100 -- Service and User Manual
File name: ESI-6667-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 290
Size: 31.25 Mbytes (32765786 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 46507
Date: June 1981
Quality: Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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S SAFETY INFORMATION
5.1 INTRODUCTION S-l
5.2 SAFETY TERMS AND MEANINGS S-l
5.3 SAFETY WARNINGS APPEARING IN MANUAL S-l
5.4 WARNING LABELS APPEARING ON INSTRUMENT S-4
1 DESCRIPTION
1.1 INTRODUCTIONS 1-1
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS 1-7
1.2.1 Electrical Specifications 1-7
1.2.2 Environmental Specifications 1-14
1.2.3 General Specifications 1-14
1.3 CASSETTE RECORDER SPECIFICATIONS 1-15
1.4 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES 1-15
1.4.1 Accessories (available when ordered) 1-15
1.4.2 Options (field installable) 1-16
2 OPERATION
2.1 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 2-1
2.1.1 Keyboard and Key Definitions 2-1
2.1.2 CRT Display 2-11
2.1.3 Cassette Tape Loader 2-12
2.1.4 Other Front Panel Controls 2-12
2.2 REAR PANEL 2-13
2.2.1 Rear Panel Controls and Connectors 2-13
2.3 INSTRUMENT SETUP 2-15
2.3.1 Power Requirements 2-15
2.3.2 Applying Power 2-17
2.3.3 Connections to Unknown 2-18
2.3.4 Test-Leads vs Test-Fixtures 2-19
2.3.5 Zero Calibration 2-19
2.3.6 Input Protection 2-21
2.4 MEASUREMENT FUNCTIONS 2-22
2.4.1 Programming Measurement Functions 2-23
2.4.2 Exchanging Measurement Displays 2-25
2.4.3 Series and Parallel Equivalent Circuit 2-27
2.5 TEST SIGNAL 2-32
2.5.1 Frequency 2-32
2.5.2 Signal Levels 2-35
2.5.3 Measurement Range 2-37
2.5.3.1 Range Hold 2-40
2.5.4 Continuous and Single Measurements 2-41
2.5.5 Delete 2-43
2.6 DEVIATION MEASUREMENT 2-44
2.6.1 Deviation Mode 2-47
2.6.2 Absolute or Percent Deviation 2-48
2.6.3 Exit Deviation Mode ‘ 2-49
2.7 COMPONENT SORTING 2-50
2.7.1 Bin Display 2-51
2.7.2 Programming Limits 2-52
2.7.3 Bin Counters 2-57
2.7.4 Sort Mode 2-57
2.7.5 Component Sorting Example 2-60
2.8 MEASUREMENT SPEED 2-63
2.8.1 Programming Integration Time 2-69
2.8.2 Programming Settling Time 2-71
2.8.3 Programming Measurement Speed 2-72
2.8.4 Programming Measurement Averaging 2-73
2.9 CASSETTE TAPE LOADER 2-74
2.9.1 Cassette Tape Installation 2-74
2.9.2 Cassette Tape Loader Maintenance 2-75
2.9.3 Cassette Tape Formatting 2-76
2.9.4 Cassette Tape Programming 2-77
2.9.4.1 Saving Parameters 2-77
2.9.4.2 Loading Parameter Programs 2-78
2.9.5 Program Write-Protect 2-78
2.9.6 Cassette Care 2-79
2.10 CODE KEY FUNCTION OPERATION 2-80
2.10.1 Capacitance Measurements with DC Bias 2-80
2.11 ERROR MESSAGES 2-82
3 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS
3.1 INTRODUCTION 3-1
3.2 MEASUREMENT OVERVIEW 3-1
3.3 MEASUREMENT CIRCUITRY 3-4
3.3.1 Digital Circuit Card (P/N 45237) 3-4
3.3.1.1 Sine Generator 3-4
3.3.1.2 Analog-to-Digital Converter 3-6
3.3.2 Analog Circuit Card (P/N 45239) 3-9
3.3.2.1 Signal to the Unknown 3-9
3.3.2.2 Range Switching 3-10
3.3.2.3 Range Gain 3-11
3.3.2.4 Series Spoiling Resistors 3-12
3.3.2.5 Phase Trims 3-13
3.3.2.6 Differential Amplifier 3-13
3.3.2.7 Variable Gain Amplifier 3-14
3.3.2.8 Overload Detector 3-15
3.3.2.9 Phase Rectifier 3-16
3.4 MOTHERBOARD 3-17
3.4.1 CPU 3-18
3.4.2 Standard Communications Bus 3-20
3.4.3 Extra Bus 3-21
3.4.4 Master Clock 3-22
3.4.5 Power ON Reset 3-23
3.4.6 Video Display Generator 3-24
3.5 VIDEO CIRCUITRY 3-25
3.5.1 Signal Conditioner Circuitry (P/N 45468) 3-26
3.5.2 Video Amplifier 3-26
3.5.3 Frame Blanking 3-28
3.5.4 Horizontal Sync 3-29
3.5.5 Deflection Circuitry (P/N 45470) 3-29
3.5.6 Vertical Sync 3-30
3.5.7 Horizontal Sync 3-32
3.6 POWER SUPPLY 3-35
4 PERFORMANCE, CALIBRATION, AND MAINTENANCE
PERFORMANCE TEST
4-1
4.1.1
Frequency Accuracy Test
4-3
4.1.2
Range Resistor Accuracy Test
4-4
4.1.3
Capacitor Accuracy Test
4-6
4.1.4
Test Level Accuracy Test
4-8
CALIBRATION
4-12
4.2.1
Equipment Required
4-13
4.2.2
DC Offset Adjustments
4-13
4.2.3
Short Circuit Zero Adjustments
4-14
4.2.4
High and Low Frequency Phase (D) Adjustments
4-15
4.2.5
Calibration Summary
4-17
MAINTENANCE
4-19
4.3.1
Preventive Maintenance
4-19
4.3.1.1 Cleaning
4-19
4.3.1.2 Visual Inspection
4-20
4.3.2
Troubleshooting
4-20
4.3.2.1 Troubleshooting Aids
4-20
4.3.2.2 Troubleshooting Procedure
4-21
4.4
CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
4-24
4.4.1
Obtaining Replacement Parts
4-24
4.4.2
VideoBridge - CRT Removal/Replacement
4-25
4.4.2.1 CRT Handling, Storage, and Disposal
Precautions
4-25
4.4.2.2 Removal/Replacement Procedure
4-27
4.4.3
Component Replacement
4-32
4.5
REPACKAGING FOR SHIPMENT
4-33
PARTS LISTS
AND DIAGRAMS
5.1
MAINFRAME PARTS (PART NO. 32110)
5-1
5.2
FRONT
END SUB ASSEMBLY (PART NO. 46096)
5-2
5.2.1
Keyboard-to-Motherboard Connector Cable
Assembly (Part No. 47112)
5-3
5.2.2
Keyboard Circuit Assembly (Part No. 45573)
5-4
5.3
CRT SUB ASSEMBLY (PART NO. 46095)
5-5
5.3.1
CRT Connector Cable Assembly (Part No. 46504)
5-7
5.3.2
Deflection-to-Signal Conditioner Cable
Assembly (Part No. 47116)
5-8
5.3.3
Deflection Circuit Assembly (Part No. 45470)
5-9
5.3.4
Signal Conditioner Circuit Assembly (Part No.
45468)
5-12
5.4
MOTHERBOARD CIRCUIT ASSEMBLY (PART NO. 45577)
5-14
5.4.1
Motherboard-to-Power Supply Interconnect Cable
Assembly (Part No. 47111)
5-16
5.4.2
Motherboard-to-CRT Interconnect Cable Assembly
(Part No. 47110)
5-17
5.4.3
Digital Circuit Assembly (Part No. 45237)
5-18
5.4.4
Analog Circuit Assembly (Part No. 45239)
5-20
5.4. 5
Tape Deck-to-RS232 Cable Assembly (Part No.
47254)
5-24
5.4.6
RS232/Cassette Interface Circuit Assembly
(Part No. 45905)
5-25
OPTIONS OPERATION
A. 1
MODEL
2100/2110 HANDLER INTERFACE OPTION
A-l
A.1.1
Hardware Included
A-l
A. 1. 2
Installation
A-2
A.1.3
Operation
A-3
A. 1. 4
Calibration
A-6
A. 2
MODEL
2100/2110 GENERAL PURPOSE INTERFACE BUS
(GPIB) OPTION
A-7
A. 2.1
Introduction
A-7
A. 2. 2
Bus Structure
A-7
A.2.3
Number of Devices
A-9
A.2.4
Cable Length
A-9
A.2.5 Electrical Specifications
A-10
A.2.6 Signal Lines
A-10
A.2.7 Bus Connector
A-13
A.2.8 Instrument Address Selection
A-13
A.2.9 GPIB Option Installation
A-14
A.2.10 GPIB Interface Programming
A-l 6
A.2.10.1 Instrument Setup
A-17
A.2.10.2 Result Accumulation
A-24
A.2.11 Calibration
A-28
A.3 RS-232C INTERFACE OPTION
A-29
A.3.1 0-20mA Current Loop Systems
A-29
A.3.2 RS-232C Systems
A-29
A.3.2.1 Channel A
A-30
A.3.2.2 Channel B
A-30
A.3.2.2.1 RS-232C Signal Flow
A-31
A. 3. 3 Cable Length
A-33
A.3.4 Signal Levels
A-33
A.3.5 Bus Connector
A-34
A.3.6 Selecting the Baud Rate
A-35
A.3.7 Data Format
A-36
A.3.8 RS-232C Circuit Card Installation
A-36
A.3.9 RS-232C Interface Programming
A-3 8
A.3.9.1 Instrument Setup
A-39
A.3.9.2 Result Accumulation
A-46
A.3.10 Calibration
A-49
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