Equipment information:

Fluke 410B Power supply
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 410B
Date: 1965
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Power supply
Description: DC Power Supply
Information:
                                    The Fluke Model 410B High Voltage DC Power Supply is capable
of providing an output of 0 to 10, 000 vdc at 0 to 10
milliamperes. The output voltage is selected by four decade
switches and a vernier potentiometer. The instrument may be
operated with either positive or negative output terminal
grounded, as selected by a front-panel switch. Overcurrent
protection is provided to return the supply to standby
operation in the event of excessive load current.
1-4. The Model 410B is a hybrid design utilizing silicon
transistors for the amplifier circuitry and a vacuum tube
for the necessary high voltage series passing element. A
time-delay relay is incorporated in the input circuitry,
which prolongs the life of the high voltage passing tube.
The reference element is a highly stable temperature
compensated gas tube.
1-5. The package design provides for adequate cooling at
high ambient temperatures without the use of cooling fans.
Rubber feet are provided for bench top operation to permit
unrestricted air flow through the bottom cover air vents.
The front panel is punched for mounting in a standard 19
inch rack. Side panels are tapped for Jonathan #130 quick
disconnect chassis slides or other rack mounting supports.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 410B -- Datasheet
File name: Fluke-7633-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Datasheet
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Language: english
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Fluke -- 410B -- Service Manual
File name: Fluke-7677-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service Manual
Pages: 54
Size: 2.27 Mbytes (2383704 Bytes)
Language: english
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Manual-ID/Number: 294009
Date: November 1987
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I INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS 1-1
1-1.
Introduction..................................................................................
1-1
1-2. General
Description.....................................................................1-1
1-6. Receiving
Inspection.....................................................................1-1
1-8.
Specifications...................................................................................................1-1
1-9.
Electrical.........................................................................................1-1
1-10.
Mechanical........................................................................................1-1
H OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 2-1
2-1. Function of External Controls, Terminals, and
Indicators.............................................................................................................2-1
2-3. Input Power
........................................................................................................2-1
2-5. Initial
Operation.............................................................................................2-2
2-7. General Purpose
Use....................................................................................2-2
2-8. Use As A
Calibrator.....................................................................................2-2
2-10. Direct Calibration
..........................................................................2-3
2-11. Precision Calibration
.................................................................2-3
2-12. Notes on Operation
.........................................................................................2-3
2-13. Meter
Accuracy................................................................................2-3
2-15. Overload
Protection......................................................................2-4
2-17. Polarity
Switching...........................................................................2-4
2-19. Coaxial Cable
Assembly.....................................................................2-4
2-22. Dage Type 486-! Connector Assembly ... 2-4
2-23. Amphenol MS 3106A Connector Assembly . 2-5
in THEORY OF OPERATION 3-1
3-1.
Introduction.....................................................................................................3-1
3-3. Overall
Operation........................................................................................3-1
3-5. Circuit
Descriptions....................................................................................3-1
3-6. Controls
Relays...............................................................................3-1
3-8. Overcurrent
Protection............................................................3-2
3-10. Main Output
Voltage.....................................................................3-2
3-12. Feedback
Amplifier.....................................................................3-2
3-14, Auxiliary
Supplies..........................................................................3-2
3-16. Reference
Voltage.........................................................................3-2
3-18.
Accuracy............................................................................................................3-2
IV MAINTENANCE 4-1
4-1.
Introduction....................................................................................................4-1
4-3. Preventive
Maintenance...............................................................................4-1
4 - 6. T roub le s
hooting.............................................................................................4-1
4-9.
Auxiliary............................................................................................4-1
4-10. Line Regulation and
Ripple.......................................................4-1
4-11. Load
Regulation...............................................................................4-3
4-12.
Stability............................................................................................4-3
4-13. Output at Zero
Volts....................................................................4-4
4-14.
Calibration.......................................................................................................4-4
4-16. Reference Current
Adjustment..............................................4-4
4-17. Overcurrent Trip
Adjustment..................................................4-4
4-18. Meter
Calibration.........................................................................4-4
V LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS 5-1
5-1.
Introduction.........................................................................................
5-1
5-4. How To Obtain
Parts.......................................................................
5-1
5-7.
Abbreviations.....................................................................................
5-2
5-8. Prefix
Symbols..................................................................................
5-2
5-9. Quantity Symbols
.............................................................................
5-2
5-10, Special Notes and
Symbols.........................................................
5-2
5-11. Use Code
Effectivity........................................................................
5-15
VI NOT APPLICABLE
VII GENERAL
INFORMATION.............................................................................................
7-1
7-1. List of Abbreviations . . . .
............................................... 7-1
7-2. Federal Supply Codes for
Manufacturers................................... 7-3
7-3. Fluke Technical Service Centers
.................................................... 7-10
7-4, Sales Representatives -
Domestic............................ 7-11
7-5. Sales Representatives -
International.............................................. 7-13
VIII SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS.............................................................................................
8-1
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