Equipment information:

Fluke 5100B Calibrator
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 5100B
Date: 1990
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Calibrator
Description: Calibration Instruments
Information:
                                    The 5100B Series Calibrators are the world's leading
calibrators for analog and digital multimeters to 41/2
digits. Dependability, five-func- tion versatility and cost
effectiveness have made the 5100B Series Calibrators basic
equipment for nearly every calibration laboratory.
Now these calibrators offer even more value. DC voltage
uncertainty is 40 ppm; Basic AC uncertainty is 350 ppm. The
front panel includes high-voltage safety terminals together
with control grouping optimized for user friendliness.
Quality and reliability are also enhanced with modern
manufacturing methods including statistical process control
(SPC).
The versatility of the 5100B Series Calibrators is unmatched
at any price. They are compatible with the popular Fluke
7411C and MET/CAL based Calibration Systems, the Navy's
MECCA Systems and the new Fluke 5700A Multifunction
Calibrator. Enhanced capability is also available with the
10 MHz Wideband Option and the capability to directly drive
the Fluke 5220A 20A Trans- conductance Amplifier and the
5205A or 5215A High Voltage Amplifier.
5100B Series Increases Throughput
A large share of the workload of meter calibration
laboratories and production lines consists of analog and
digital meters with 472 digit or less resolution. There are
hundreds of different meters in this category representing
different manufacturers, with no standard format for meter
specifications.
Operating the 5100B Series is simple, making it easy to
train your operators. And all data is entered via a
calculator-type keyboard. No need to convert volts to dBm or
dBm to volts, for example. And the 5100B Series performs the
mathematical computations associated with calculating the
error of the unit-under-test (UUT) - in % or in dB. It then
indicates to the operator whether the UUT passed or failed,
according to its specified uncertainty and the magnitude of
the error.
The 5100B Series calibrates meters quickly and efficiently.
It is no longer necessary to gather together separate
calibration instruments requiring complex interconnection
and operation. A single 5100B Series does the whole job.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 5100B -- Datasheet
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Fluke -- 5100B -- Service and User Manual
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Manual Type: Service and User Manual
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1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATION
..................................................................
1-1
I-l. INTRODUCTION l-l
I-7. BASIC CALIBRATION l-l
I-8. Series Common Features I-I
I-14. Storage System Models I-2
I-16. Element Resistant Models I-2
I-l8. OPTIONS I-2
I-19. Analog Options I-2
I-21. Interface Options I-2
I-24. Boost Mode Accessories I-2
I-25. SPECIFICATIONS 1-2
I-26. Summarized Specifications I-2
1-28. Complete Specifications
....................................................................................
I-3
2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
......................................................................................
2-1
2-1. INTRODUCTION
................................................................................................2-1
2-3. SHIPPING INFORMATION 2-1
2-5. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES 2-1
2-7. INSTALLATION 2-1
2-9. OPERATING FEATURES 2-2
2-10. Front Panel Controls 2-2
2-31. Rear Panel 2-2
2-33. Error Messages 2-2
2-35. List (Storage Only) 2-2
2-40. Program Write-Protect (Storage Only)
...........................2-13
2-42. LOCAL OPERATION 2-15
2-43. Initialization 2-15
2-45. Status During Function Change 2-15
2-47. Meter Connection Procedure 2-15
2-49. DC Voltage Output 2-15
2-51. AC Voltage Output 2-16
2-53. Wideband Output 2-17
2-55. Direct Current Output 2-17
2-57. Alternating Current Output 2-18
2-59. Resistance Output 2-19
2-61. dBm Output (AC Volts Only) 2-19
2-63. Boost Mode
Operation.....................................................................................2-20
2-72. Enter Entry Limit 2-21
2-74. Tolerance Limit Entry 2-22
2-76. Error Mode Operation 2-22
2-91. NEW REF/CAL 1Π Operation 2-2
2-97.
Fractional-Scale Operation
...................................................
..........................2-34
2-100.
External Oscillator Operation
...............................................
..........................2-24
2-104.
Recall Operations
..................................................................
..........................2-25
2-107.
Storage System Operations (Storage Only)........................
..........................2-25
2-133.
REMOTE OPERATION
............................................................
..........................2-28
2-I37.
Initiation Characters
..............................................................
..........................2-29
2-148.
String Commands
...................................................................
..........................2-30
3 THEORY OF OPERATION
.......................................................................................
3-1
3-1.
INTRODUCTION
....................................................................
..........................3-1
3-4.
INSTRUMENT BLOCK DIAGRAM ..................................
..........................3-1
3-9.
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM ....................................
..........................3-1
3-10.
DC Voltage Less Than 20 Volts
..........................................
..........................3-1
3-13.
AC
Voltage..............................................................................
..........................3-3
3-I7.
AC and DC Voltage, 20 Volts and Higher ........................
..........................3-4
3-19.
AC Current Under 200 mA
..................................................
..........................3-4
3-22.
DC Current Under 200 mA
..................................................
..........................3-9
3-24.
Direct and Alternating Current >200 mA.......................
..........................3-9
3-26.
Resistance
................................................................................
..........................3-9
3-28.
Control System
......................................................................
..........................3-9
3-38.
DETAILED CIRCUIT ANALYSIS ......................................
..........................3-14
3-40.
Power Supply Regulator
......................................................
..........................3-14
3-55.
Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC)
..................................
........................3-14
3-68.
Analog Control
......................................................................
..........................3-16
3-82.
Power Amplifier
....................................................................
..........................3-17
3-99.
Extended High Voltage
........................................................
..........................3-18
3-105.
Oscillator..................................................................................
..........................3-19
3-H4.
Ranging
Assembly..................................................................
..........................3-20
3-135.
Controller
................................................................................
..........................3-21
3-145.
Front Panel
............................................................................
..........................3-22
3-151.
Guard Isolator
........................................................................
..........................3-22
3-155.
Tape Interface (Storage Only)
..............................................
..........................3-22
3-171.
Tape Drive Assembly
................................................................
...............3-25
MAINTENANCE
.......................................................................................
............... 4-1
4-1.
INTRODUCTION
...............................................................................
................4-1
4-3.
SERVICE
INFORMATION..............................................................
................4-1
4-6.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
..........................................................
..............4-1
4-7.
Cleaning
...................................................................................
..............4-1
4-9.
Air Filter
Maintenance....................................................................
..............4-1
4-11.
Line Voltage Selection
.............................................................
................4-2
4-13.
Fuse Replacement
............................................................................
................4-2
4-15.
Instrument Assembly/
Disassembly................................................
................4-2
4-39.
PERFORMANCE
TEST....................................................................
................4-5
4-43.
Calibration Test Equipment Accuracy Considerations
..............
................4-5
4-47.
Equipment Preparation
..................................................................
..............4-6
4-49.
DC Offset
Voltage.....................................................................
..............4-7
4-51.
DC Voltage Tests
.....................................................................
................4-8
4-53.
DC Ripple and Noise Tests
......................................................
................4-8
4-55.
DC Current Tests
............................................................................
................4-II
4-57.
AC Voltage Tests
............................................................................
................4-12
4-59.
AC Distortion and Noise Tests
......................................................
................4-14
4-61.
Frequency Accuracy Tests
..............................................................
................4-14
4-63.
Resistance Tests
................................................................................
................4-15
4-67.
AC Current Tests
.....................................................................
..............4-17
4-70.
Overload Tests
..........................................................................
..............4-18
4-73.
Storage System Test (Storage Only)
............................................
..............4-18
4-76.
CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
......................................................
..............4-18
4-77.
Introduction
......................................................................................
................4-18
4-81.
Power Supply Calibration
..............................................................
................4-19
TITLE PAGE
4-83. Power Amplifier (A 17) Calibration
................................................................4-19
4-90. Reference Voltage
Calibration..........................................................................4-21
4-92. Low Range Ohms
Calibration..........................................................................4-22
4-94. DC Zero
Calibration..........................................................................................4-22
4-96. Current Gain
Calibration...................................................................................4-23
4-98. High Range Ohms Calibration
........................................................................4-23
4-101. Millivolt Range
Calibration..............................................................................4-24
4-103. AC Calibration
.................................................................................................4-25
4-105. Storage System Calibration (Storage Only)
..................................................4-25
4-106a. Tape Drive Calibration
........................................................................................4-25
4-107. Factory Selected Component
Replacement.................................................. 4-26
4-119. TROUBLESHOOTING
.......................................................................................4-29
5 LISTS OF REPLACEABLE PARTS
..............................................................................
5-1
TABLE OF
CONTENTS......................................................................................5-1
5-1. INTRODUCTION
.....................................................................................................5-2
5-2. HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS
......................................................................................5-2
5-3. MANUAL STATUS
INFORMATION......................................................................5-2
5-4. NEWER INSTRUMENTS
........................................................................................5-2
5-5. SERVICE CENTERS
................................................................................................5-3
6 OPTION AND ACCESSORY INFORMATION
.......................................................... 6-1
TABLE OF
CONTENTS......................................................................................6-1
7 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
..............................................................................................
7-1
TABLE OF
CONTENTS......................................................................................
7_1
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