|Fluke 1722A Control Unit|
|Description||programmable Instrument Controller|
The Fluke 1722A is a programmable Instrument Controller designed to manage a multiple instrument system using the IEEE-488-1980 instrumentation bus. It is able to command and communicate with various devices over this industry-standard bus. User programs give the Controller the ability to collect data, process it, make decisions, respond to instrument service requests, and to format the results of these activities to meet the unique needs of the user. The 1722A stores programs and the collected data on disk. A floppy disk drive is a standard built-in feature of the Instrument Controller. A general purpose RS-232 port is also standard; it permits the Controller to send information out to many types of peripheral devices, including modems and printers. The programmer enters programs at a detachable keyboard. The system communicates with the programmer by way of a CRT display. After a program is entered, it can be stored in memory, on floppy disks or hard disk for later use. During operation, the keyboard can be detached. In this mode, the operator uses the Touch-Sensitive Display to respond to directions from the program, and to give inputs to the system.
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|Fluke -- 1722A -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
|Size||13.32 Mbytes (13971447 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||27 January 2016|
|Downloads||110 since 27 January 2016|
This manual is the primary reference for the Fluke 1722A Instrument Controller. The 1722A System Guide is part of a manual set that supports the Controller, and covers hardware and software. The purpose of the System Guide is to provide an easy to use source of information for a variety of users. Whether this is your first exposure to programmable instrumentation, or whether you already have extensive programming experience, our intention has been to anticipate and meet your needs for accurate, well organized information. First-time users should read the Getting Started manual. Getting Started is designed to help set up the Controller and begin using it. The Fluke BASIC Programming Manual and other language manuals describe how to use a programming language and its available software tools. Describes the organization of the System Guide, and the conventions used in the manual •Section 2 Setting up the Controller Provides a first look, at the Controller, and contains unpacking and setup information. It illustrates controls, indicators, and connectors, and includes start-up procedures. Section 3 Software Configuration Describes the Operating System software, and the other programs on a new System disk. Section 4 Devices and Files Describes the system’s resources and how to use them. This section contains a complete description of the File Utility, Section 5 Communications Tells how to use the Controller to send and receive information using the ports for the IEEE-488 bus and the RS-232 interface. Section 6 Creating and Editing Programs Explains how to use the Editor program to write and modify programs. Section 7 Automating System Functions Explains how to use the various software and hardware resources to automate the functions of the Controller. Section 8 Display Explains how to use the Controller’s graphics capabilities to design detailed and informative displays. Section 9 Appendices Contains useful reference material, including a list of options and accessories and a glossary of terms. The material in this manual is organized in categories of tasks, in the order that most persons would perform those tasks. If more information about a specific topic is needed, consult the Index.
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|Fluke -- 1722A -- Datasheet|
|Size||435.36 Kbytes (445805 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.|
|Upload date||28 January 2016|
|Downloads||119 since 28 January 2016|
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