Equipment information:

California Instruments 4503L Power supply
Manufacturer:
California Instruments
Model: 4503L
Date: 1990
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Power supply
Description: Power Source
Information:
                                    This instrument is a high efficiency power source that
provides a low distortion sine wave output with either a
single or three-phase configuration. The AC Power System can
supply up to 4500VA in the single-phase mode or 15G0VA per
phase in the three-phase mode. Full power is available from
either a 0 to 135 volt range or 0 to 270 volt range. Full
power is available from 45 Hz to 550 Hz. The AC Power System
is illustrated in Figure 1- 1.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

California Instruments -- 4503L -- Service and User Manual
File name: CaliforniaInstruments-7400-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 112
Size: 3.28 Mbytes (3443370 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 4009-961
Date: December 1990
Quality: Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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SECTION
INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS.............. 1
1-1 INTRODUCTION........................... 1
1-2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION..................... 1
1-4 ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT/RACK SLIDES........ 1
1-6 SPECIFICATIONS ......................... 1
INSTALLATION AND ACCEPTANCE................... 7
2-1 UNPACKING............................... 7
2-3 POWER REQUIREMENTS . ................. 7
2-5 MECHANICAL INSTALLATION. ........ 7
2-7 INPUT WIRING..................... 7
2-9 OUTPUT CONNECTIONS ..................... 7
2-14 OUTPUT VOLTAGE RANGES................... 9
2-16 FUNCTION TEST.......................... 9
TITLE PAGE
OPERATION..................................... 12
3-1 GENERAL................................ 12
3-3 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS................... 12
3-7 FRONT PANEL INDICATORS ........ .... 12
3-15 REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS................. 14
3-21 FRONT PANEL PROGRAMMING............... 18
3-22 KEYPAD . . . . ................. 18
3-25 DISPLAY SCREENS. ................. 20
3-32 TO PROGRAM OUTPUT VOLTAGE
AMPLITUDE <AMP=5).......... 25
3-34 TO PROGRAM FREQUENCY (FRQ=6) .... 25 3-36 TO PROGRAM
OUTPUT PHASF
ANGLE (PHZ-7) ............. 26
3-39 TO PROGRAM CURRENT LIMIT (CLR=8) . . 26
3-41 TO PROGRAM VOLTAGE RANGE (RNG=4) . . 27 3-44 TO PROGRAM
RAMP OR STEP
FUNCTION (RMP*9)....... 27
3-56 TO PROGRAM THE OUTPUT
WAVEFORM. .......... 30
3-61 TO PROGRAM EXTERNAL
SYNCHRONIZATION ............ 3 0
3-67 TO PROGRAM THE EXTERNAL
CLOCK (CLK-2)............... 31
3-70 TO PROGRAM REGISTERS
AND RAMPS............ 31
3-74 REGISTER LINKING................... 3 2
3-77 TO PROGRAM SIMULTANEOUS RAMPS. ... 33
3-BO ERROR MESSAGES.................... 3 4
3-82 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT.......... 36
3-85 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT
VOLTAGE (VLT=21)............ 36
3-87 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT
CURRENT (CUR=22). ...... 36
3-89 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT
POWER (PWR=23).......... 36
3-91 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT
POWER FACTOR (PWF=24) .... 36 3-93 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT
APPARENT POWER (APW=25) ... 36 3-9 5 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT
FREQUENCY (FQM=26).......... 37
3-97 TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT
PHASE ANGLE (PZM=27)........ 37
3-99 ELAPSED TIME (ELT=11)............ 37
3-101 REMOTE CONTROL ................. 0 „ , . 37
3-103 UNIT ADDRESS...........................37
3-106 MESSAGE FORMAT.................. . 41
3-108 NUMERIC DATA FIELD.............. . 41
3-112 PROGRAM HEADERS.........................42
3-118 TO PROGRAM FREQUENCY (FRQ) ..... 48
3-121 TO PROGRAM PHASE ANGLE (PHZ) .... 48
3-125 TO PROGRAM CURRENT LIMIT..............49
3-128 TO PROGRAM CALIBRATION................49
3-136 TO PROGRAM RAMP OR STEP
OPERATIONS. .....................50
3-150 TO PROGRAM A REGISTER (REG)..... 51
3-153 TO RECALL A REGISTER (REC)............51
3-158 TO PROGRAM VOLTAGE RANGE (RNG) ... 52
3-161 TO PROGRAM EXTERNAL
SYNCHRONIZATION (SNC) . . . . 5 2 3-165 TO PROGRAM EXTERNAL
CLOCK
(CLK) (Optional)................52
3-168 TO TRIGGER AN OPERATION (TRG). ... 53
3-171 TO PROGRAM TO OUTPUT
WAVEFORM CWVF) (Optional) . . 53 3-175 TO OPEN (OPN) AND
CLOSE (CLS)
THE OUTPUT RELAY................5 4
3-177 TO TALK (TLK) MEASURED AND
PROGRAMMED DATA................5 4
3-182 TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT
VOLTAGE (TLK VLT)..............5 8
3-185 TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT
CURRENT (TLK CUR)..............5 8
3-188 TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT
POWER (TLK PWR)................5 8
3-191 TO TALK THE MEASURE OUTPUT
POWER FACTOR (TLK PWF).... 58 3-194 TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT
APPARENT POWER (TLK APW). . . 58 3-197 TO TALK THE MEASURED
OUTPUT
FREQUENCY (TLK FRQ)............5 9
3-200 TO. TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT
PHASE ANGLE (TLK PZM) .... 59
3-203 MESSAGE SEPARATORS................ 59
3-206 SERVICE REQUEST.........................59
3-209 SERIAL POLL STATUS BYTE. ...... 60
3-211 END OF STRING....................... 60
3-213 ERROR MESSAGES................ 60
3-215 GROUP EXECUTE TRIGGER.............. 60
3-219 HEWLETT PACKARD SERIES 80
PROGRAM EXAMPLES............ 6 3
4 CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
4-1 GENERAL. . . .......................... 6 5
4-4 TEST EQUIPMENT...................... . 66
4-6 PERIODIC CALIBRATION ................... 68
4-8 OUTPUT VOLTAGE CALIBRATION ........ 68
4-12 MEASUREMENT CALIBRATION............ 68
4-16 REMOTE MEASUREMENT CALIBRATION ........ 7 2
4-21 REMOTE OUTPUT VOLTAGE CALIBRATION. ... 72
4-25 NONPERIODIC CALIBRATION................ 73
4-27 OUTPUT FREQUENCY CALIBRATION . . . . 73 4-30 GAIN
ADJUSTMENTS FOR 1-BOX
3-PHASE SYSTEM.............. 73
4-36 GAIN ADJUSTMENTS FOR 1-BOX
1-PHASE SYSTEM.............. 78
4-39 CURRENT TRANSFORMER ADJUSTMENTS
FOR 1-BOX 3-PHASE SYSTEM. . . 78 4-41 CURRENT TRANSFORMER
ADJUSTMENTS
FOR 1-BOX 1-PHASE SYSTEM. . . 79 4-43 SINGLE-PHASE
ADJUSTMENTS FOR
FOR 1 BOX SYSTEM............ 79
4-45 CURRENT LIMIT CALIBRATION.......... 80
4-47 OUTPUT PHASE ANGLE CALIBRATION ... 80
5 THEORY OF OPERATION........................... 82
5-1 GENERAL................................ 82
5-2 OVERALL DESCRIPTION..................... 82
5-8 INPUT POWER SUPPLY ..................... 82
5-12 AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY . ............... 84
5-14 CURRENT LIMIT BOARD..................... 84
5-18 INDICATOR BOARD........................ 84
5-21 RANGE RELAY BOARD....................... 85
5-25 AMPLIFIER MODULES....................... 85
5-31 OSCILLATOR MODULES ..................... 85
5-33 CPU/GPIB BOARD......................... 87
5-40 PHASE A/REF BOARD....................... 87
5-42 PHASE B/C BOARD................. 87
5-44 DISPLAY MODULE . . ..................... 88
6 MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING.............. 89
6-1 GENERAL........'....................... 89
6-3 POOR VOLTAGE ACCURACY................... 89
6-5 POOR OUTPUT VOLTAGE REGULATION ........ 89
6-7 OVERTEMPERATURE LAMP ON................ 90
6-9 OVERLOAD LAMP ON....................... 90
6-11 CAN’T PROGRAM AC POWER SYSTEM ON GPIB. . 91
6-13 DISTORTED OUTPUT ....................... 91
6-15 NO OUTPUT............................... 91
TITLE PAGE
6-17 MODULE REMOVAL......................... 92
6-19 OSCILLATOR MODULE REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT. . 92
6-21 AMPLIFIER REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT.......... 93
7 REPLACEABLE PARTS
7-1 GENERAL................................. 95
7-3 ORDERING INFORMATION ................... 95
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