Equipment information:

California Instruments 1501L-PT Power supply
Manufacturer:
California Instruments
Model: 1501L-PT
Date: 2000
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. The AC Power
Source can supply up to 2000VA for the 2001 L-PT, 1667 VA
for the 1501 L-PT and 835 VA for the 751 L-PT. See the
following table for the full output VA rating.
MODEL OUTPUT V A
35°C
50°C
2001L
2000
1800
1501L
1667
1500
751L
S3 5
750
Full power is available at the maximum output voltage on
either of two voltage ranges. The standard voltage ranges
are 135 and 270. Three optional voltage range pairs are
available: 67.5/135,156/312 and 200/400.
Full power is available from 45 Hz to 550Hz except for the
200/400 volt range (EHV option)

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

California Instruments -- 1501L-PT -- Service and User Manual
File name: CaliforniaInstruments-7403-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 140
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Language: english
Revision: D
Manual-ID/Number: 4005-949
Date: February 2000
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Information:
1.
INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................................................................1
1.1.
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................................1
1.2. GENERAL
DESCRIPTION................................................................................................................................................1
1.3. ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT/RACK
SLIDES....................................................................................................................1
1.4.
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................................................................................3
2. INSTALLATION AND
ACCEPTANCE.........................................................................................................................13
2.1.
UNPACKING...................................................................................................................—........................................13
2.2. POWER
REQUIREMENTS.............................................................................................................................................13
2.2.1. AC LINE
VOLTAGE...................................................................................................................................................13
2.2.2. LINE FREQUENCY OPERATING
RANGE..................................................................................................................13
2.2.3. INPUT
POWER............................................................................................................................................................13
2.3. INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE
SELECTION......................................................................................................................14
2.3.1. LOW INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION (103-127V)
Figure
2-2......................................................14
2.3.2. HIGH INPUT VOLTAGE RANGE CONFIGURATION (187-253 V)
Figure
2-3.....................................................IS
2.4. MECHANICAL
INSTALLATION....................................................................................................................................20
2.5. INPUT
WIRING.................................................................................................................................................................20
2.6. OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS................................................................................................................................................20
2.7. OUTPUT VOLTAGE
RANGES.......................................................................................................................................21
2.8. FUNCTION
TEST..............................................................................................................................................................21
3.
OPERATION.....................................................................................................................................................................25
3.1.
GENERAL..........................................................................................................................................................................25
3.2. FRONT PANEL
CONTROLS............................................................................................................................................25
3.3. FRONT PANEL
INDICATORS........................................................................................................................................25
3.4. REAR PANEL
CONNECTIONS.......................................................................................................................................26
3.5. FRONT PANEL
PROGRAMMING...................................................................................................................................30
3.3.1.
KEYPAD.......................................................................................................................................................................30
3.5.2. DISPLAY
SCREENS....................................................................................................................................................32
3.5.3. TO PROGRAM OUTPUT VOLTAGE AMPLITUDE
(AMPS)..................................................................................36
3.5.4. TO PROGRAM FREQUENCY
(FRQ=6).....................................................................................................................36
3.5.5. TO PROGRAM THE OUTPUT PHASE ANGLE
(PHZ=7).........................................................................................37
3.5.6. TO PROGRAM CURRENT LIMIT
(CRL=8)..............................................................................................................37
3.5.7. TO PROGRAM VOLTAGE RANGE
(RNG-4)............................................................................................................37
3.5.8. TO PROGRAM RAMP OR STEP FUNCTIONS
(RMP=9)..........................................................................................38
3.5.9. TO PROGRAM THE OUTPUT WA VEFORM
(WVF~3).............................................................................................40
3.5.10. TO PROGRAM EXTERNAL SYNCHRONIZATION
(SNC=1)...............................................-..................................41
3.5.11. TO PROGRAM THE DROP PERIODS
(DRP~29)...................................................................................................41
3.5.12. TO PROGRAM TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION
(THD=0).................................................................................42
3.5.13. REGISTER
LINKING.................................................................................................................................................43
3.5.14. TO PROGRAM SIMULTANEOUS
RAMPS...............................................................................................................44
3.5.15. TO PROGRAM IN1TIALIZA TION
PARAMETER......................................................................................................45
3.5.16. TO PROGRAM THE INITIAL VOLTAGE
RANGE....................................................................................................46
3.5.17. TO PROGRAM FREQUENCY INITIAL
VALUE.......................................................................................................46
3.5.18. TO PROGRAM AMPLITUDE INITIAL
VALUE.........................................................................................................46
3.5.19. TO PROGRAM CURRENT LIMIT INITIAL
VALUE.................................................................................................46
3.5.20. ERROR
MESSAGES..................................................................................................................................................47
3.5.21. TO MEASURE THE
OUTPUT..................................................................................................................................48
3.5.22. TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT VOLTAGE
(VLT=21)...............................................................................................48
3.5.23. TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT CURRENT
(CUR=22)..............................................................................................48
3.5.25. TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT POWER FACTOR
(PWF=24).................................................................................48
3.5.26. TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT APPARENT POWER
(APW=25).............................................................................48
3.5.27. TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT FREQUENCY
(FQM==26).........................................................................................49
3.5.28. TO MEASURE THE OUTPUT PHASE ANGLE
(PZM=27).....................................................................................49
3.5.29. ELAPSED TIME (ELT
=11)......................................................................................................................................49
3.6. REMOTE
CONTROL.........................................................................................................................................................49
3.6.1. UNIT
ADDRESS...........................................................................................................................................................49
3.6.2. MESSAGE
FORMAT...................................................................................................................................................53
3.6.3. NUMERIC DA TA
FIELD............................................................................................................................................53
3.6.4. PROGRAM
HEADERS................................................................................................................................................54
3.6.5. TO PROGRAM OUTPUT VOLTAGE AMPLITUDE
(AMP)........................................................................................59
3.6.6. TO PROGRAM FREQUENCY
(FRQ)..........................................................................................................................59
3.6.7. TO PROGRAM PHASE ANGLE
(PHZ).......................................................................................................................59
3.6.8. TO PROGRAM CURRENT LIMIT
(CRL)....................................................................................................................59
3.6.9. TO PROGRAM TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION
(THD)........................................................................................60
3.6.10. TO PROGRAM HOLD OFF COMMAND
(HLD)......................................................................................................60
3.6.11. TO PROGRAM RAMP OR STEP OPERA
77ONS.......................................................................................................60
3.6.12. TO PROGRAM A REGISTER
(REG).........................................................................................................................61
3.6.13. TO RECALL A REGISTER
(REC).............................................................................................................................61
3.6.14. TO PROGRAM VOLTAGE RANGE
(RNG)................................................................................................................62
3.6.15. TO PROGRAM EXTERNAL SYNCHRONIZA TION
(SNC')........................................................................................62
3.6.16. TO PROGRAM A NUMBER OF DROP PERIODS
(DRP).......................................................................................63
3.6.17. TO PROGRAM INITIAL VOLTAGE RANGE
(ALMA)...............................................................................................63
3.6.18. TO PROGRAM INITIAL FREQUENCY VALUE
(FIMA)..........................................................................................63
3.6.19. TO PROGRAM INITIAL AMPLITUDE VALUE
(IN1A)............................................................................................63
3.6.20. TO PROGRAM INITIAL CURRENT LIMIT VALUE
(INIC)....................................................................................64
3.621. TRIGGER AN OPERATION
(TRG)...........................................................................................................................64
3.6.22. TO PROGRAM TO OUTPUT WA VEFORM (WVF)
(Optional)................................................................................64
3.6.23. TO OPEN (OPN) AND CLOSE (CLS) THE OUTPUT
RELAY.................................................................................64
3.6.24. TO TALK (TLK) MEASURED AND PROGRAMMED
DATA...................................................................................65
3.6.25. TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (TLK
VLT)................................................................................69
3.6.26. TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT CURRENT (TLK
CUR)...............................................................................69
3.6.27. TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT POWER
(TLKPWR)...................................................................................69
3.6.28. TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT POWER FACTOR
(TLKPWF)...................................................................69
3.6.29. TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT APPARENT POWER
(TLKAPW)..............................................................69
3.6.30. TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT FREQUENCY (TLK
FQM).........................................................................70
3.6.31. TO TALK THE MEASURED OUTPUT PHASE ANGLE (TLK
PZM).......................................................................70
3.6.32. MESSAGE
SEPARATORS........................................................................................................................................70
3.6.33. SERVICE
REQUEST................................................................................................................................................70
3.6.34. SERIAL POLL STATUS
BYTE....................................................................................................................................71
3.6.35. END OF
STRING.......................................................................................................................................................71
3.6.36. ERROR
MESSAGES...................................................................................................................................................71
3.6.37. GROUP EXECUTE
TRIGGER...................................................................................................................................71
4. CALIBRATION
PROCEDURE..........................................................................................................................................73
4.1.
GENERAL...........................................................................................................................................................................73
4.2. TEST
EQUIPMENT............................................................................................................................................................74
4.3. PERIODIC
CALIBRATION...............................................................................................................................................74
4.3.1. OUTPUT VOLTAGE
CALIBRATION.........................................................................................................................75
4.3.2. VOLTAGE MEASUREMENT
CALIBRATION.............................................................................................................78
4.3.3. CURRENT MEASUREMENT
CALIBRATION.............................................................................................................79
4.3.4. POWER MEASUREMENT
CALIBRATION.................................................................................................................80
4.3.5. REMOTE MEASUREMENT
CALIBRATION...............................................................................................................81
4.4. NONPERIODIC
CALIBRATION......................................................................................................................................81
4.4.1. OUTPUT FREQUENCY
CALIBRATION....................................................................................................................81
4.4.2. CURRENT TRANSFORMER
ADJUSTMENTS............................................................................................................81
4.4.3. CURRENT LIMIT CALIBRA
TION...............................................................................................................................82
5. THEORY OF
OPERATION...............................................................................................................................................83
5.1.
GENERAL..........................................................................................................................................................................83
5.2. OVERALL
DESCRIPTION...............................................................................................................................................83
5.3. INPUT POWER
SUPPLY..................................................................................................................................................83
5.4. CURRENT LIMIT
BOARD...............................................................................................................................................84
5.5. INDICATOR
BOARD........................................................................................................................................................84
5.6. RANGE RELAY
BOARD..................................................................................................................................................84
5.7. AMPLIFIER
MODULE......................................................................................................................................................84
5.8. OSCILLATOR
MODULE.................................................................................................................................................85
5.9. CPU/GPIB
BOARD............................................................................................................................................................85
5.10. PHASE A/REF
BOARD...................................................................................................................................................86
5.11. DISPLAY
MODULE........................................................................................................................................................86
6. MAINTENANCE AND
TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................................................................89
6.1.
GENERAL..........................................................................................................................................................................89
6.2. POOR VOLTAGE
ACCURACY.......................................................................................................................................89
6.3. POOR OUTPUT VOLTAGE
REGULATION....................................................................................................................89
6.4. OVERTEMPERATURE LAMP
ON..................................................................................................................................90
6.5. OVERLOAD LAMP
ON...................................................................................................................................................90
6.6. CANT PROGRAM AC POWER SYSTEM ON
GPIB......................................................................................................90
6.7. DISTORTED
OUTPUT......................................................................................................................................................91
6.8. NO
OUTPUT......................................................................................................................................................................91
6.9. MODULE
REMOVAL.......................................................................................................................................................92
6.10. OSCILLATOR MODULE
REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT..............................................................................................92
6.11. AMPLIFIER
REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT....................................................................................................................93
7. REPLACEABLE
PARTS...................................................................................................................................................95
7.1.
GENERAL..........................................................................................................................................................................95
7.2. ORDERING
INFORMATION...........................................................................................................................................95
8.
MIL-STD-704D....................................................................................................................................................................97
8.1.
GENERAL..........................................................................................................................................................................97
8.2. INITIAL
SETUP..................................................................................................................................................................97
8.3. TEST
PERFORMED..........................................................................................................................................................97
8.3.1. Steady state test. (Refer to MIL-704D Doc. Table
1)...................................................................................................97
8.3.2.
Transient......................................................................................................................................................................97
8.3.3. Abnormal
operation.....................................................................................................................................................98
8.3.4. Emergency operation (Refer to MIL-704D Doc.
5.2.5)...............................................................................................98
8.4. KEYPAD ENTRY (Refer TO PAGE 105 FOR KEYBOARD FLOW
CHART)...........................................................................98
8.5. GPIB OPERATION (REFERTO PAGE 105 FOR SYNTAX
DIAGRAM)..................................................................................101
8.6. TEST
SPECIFICATION...................................................................................................................................................102
8.6.1. STEADY
STATE.........................................................................................................................................................102
8.6.2.
TRANSIENT................................................................................................................................................................103
8.6.3.
ABNORMAL................................................................................................................................................................104
8.6.4.
EMERGENCY............................................................................................................................................................105
8.6.5. MIL704D
TEST..........................................................................................................................................................106
9.
RTCA/DO-16ÖC..................................................................................................................................................................115
9.1.
GENERAL.........................................................................................................................................................................115
9.2. INITIAL
SETUP................................................................................................................................................................115
9.3. TEST
PERFORMED........................................................................................................................................................115
9.3.1. NORMAL
STATE.......................................................................................................................................................115
9.3.2. EMERGENCY
TEST...................................................................................................................................................115
9.3.3. ABNORMAL
TEST......................................................................................................................................................115
9.4. KEYPAD ENTRY (Refer to Figure 1 for Keyboard Flow
Chart).......................................................................................116
9.5. GPIB
OPERATION...........................................................................................................................................................118
9.6. TEST
SPECIFICATION...................................................................................................................................................119
9.6.1. NORMAL
STATE........................................................................................................................................................119
9.6.2. Normal State Minimum Voltage and Frequency
Test.................................................................................................119
9.6.3. Normal State Maximum Voltage and Frequency
Test................................................................................................119
9.6.4. Normal State Waveform
Distortion............................................................................................................................119
9.6.5. Normal State Voltage
Modulation..............................................................................................................................119
9.6.6. Normal State Frequency
Modulation.........................................................................................................................120
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