Equipment information:

Fluke 5440 SERIES Calibrator
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 5440 SERIES
Date: 1984
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Calibrator
Description: Direct Voltage Calibrator
Information:
                                    The 5440 Series Direct Voltage Calibrators are programmable
or stand-alone dc voltage calibrators with an output voltage
range of -1100V dc to +1100V dc and uncertainty of three to
four parts per million (referred to national standards).
Designed for use in production environments as well as in
calibration laboratories, the 5440 Series Calibrators
operate without degradation of uncertainty specifications
over a temperature range of ±5°C from the calibration
temperature. The 5440 Series can accurately calibrate meters
of up to 7-1/2 digits.
The 5440 Series are convenient to operate. The front panel
is tilted to make data entry easy, and the two vacuum
fluorescent displays are easy to read. A numeric Output
Display shows the output value; a separate, 40-character,
Alphanumeric Display indicates the operating mode, displays
menus of operating features, prompts for entries, and shows
other instrument messages.
The 5440 Series are equipped with features that simplify
operation. Special features include:
• You can preset output voltage and current limits, and can
preset tolerance limits for the unit under test.
• An automatic internal Calibration procedure corrects for
drift in internal offsets and resistor ratio$.
• A display-prompted, semi-automatic External Calibration
procedure corrects for long-term reference drift.
• Output voltage and current levels are automatically monitored.
• Output settings can be entered directly with the keyboard
and can be incremented and decremented with convenient front
panel controls.
• Automatic self-tests check the Calibrator’s status and
diagnose internal faults,
• The IEEE-488 bus address and RS-232-C baud rate can be set
from the front panel keyboard.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 5440 SERIES -- User Manual
File name: Fluke-7682-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 94
Size: 3.72 Mbytes (3902177 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 751966
Date: 1984
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Information:
1 INTRODUCTION
..................................................................................
1-1
1-1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1-1
1-2. THE CALIBRATOR IN AN INSTRUMENT CLUSTER.. 1-2
1-3. With an Amplifier (5440B Only) 1-2
1-4. In an Automated Calibration Workstation ............. 1-3
1-5. THE 732A DIRECT VOLTAGE REFERENCE STANDARD
AND THE DIRECT VOLTAGE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM ... 1-3
1-6. ACCESSORIES 1-4
1-7. THE MANUAL SET 1-5
1-8. SPECIFICATIONS 1-5
1-9. INTERPRETING SPECIFICATIONS ................ 1-9
1-10. Accuracy and Uncertainty 1-9
1-11. Absolute Uncertainty ............................ 1-10
1-12. Relative Uncertainty 1-10
1-13. Stability
..................................................................................
1-10
2 INSTALLATION AND FAMILIARIZATION
............................................ 2-1
2-1. INTRODUCTION
.....................................................................
2-1
2-2. UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ................ 2-1
2-3. PLACEMENT AND
RACK-MOUNTING................................. 2-1
2-4. CONNECTING TO LINE VOLTAGE................. 2-2
2-5. Line Voltage Selection 2-2
2-6. Ground Connection 2-2
2-7. Fuse Replacement ............................ 2-2
2-8. FRONT AND REAR PANEL FEATURES............. 2-2
2-9. The POWER Key 2-9
2-10. The OUTPUT STATE Keys 2-9
2-15. The Soft Keys and Menus 2-10
2-16. The DATA ENTRY Keys ................ 2-12
2-17. The EDIT OUTPUT Keys 2-12
2-18. The MEMORY CONTROL Keys (5440B Only) ........... 2-12
2-19. The RESET Key 2-12
2-20. CALIBRATION CONNECTIONS 2-13
2-21. Recommended Cable and Connector Types.............. 2-13
2-22. OUTPUT and DIVIDER Connections ................. 2-13
2-23. SENSE Connections 2-13
2-24. GUARD Connections 2-14
2-27. CHANGING FROM FRONT TO REAR OUTPUTS ...... 2-15
2-28. INSTRUMENT MESSAGES
.................................................. 2-16
2-29. SERVICE INFORMATION
.................................................. 2-17
3 FRONT PANEL OPERATION
................................................................
3-1
3-1. INTRODUCTION
......................................................................
3-1
3-2. PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES
................................................ 3-1
3-3. Power-Up
.................................................................................
3-1
3-4. Warm-Up
................................................................................
3-2
3-5. Internal Calibration
..................................................................
3-2
3-6. External
Calibration.................................................................
3-9
3-7. SELECTING A VOLTAGE OUTPUT
......................................... 3-9
3-8. Entering a Voltage
...................................................................
3-9
3-9. Editing a Voltage
.....................................................................
3-10
3-10. SELECTING A DIVIDED VOLTAGE OUTPUT
........................ 3-10
3-11. Procedure
................................................................................
3-10
3-12.
Considerations..........................................................................
3-11
3-13. DISPLAYING UUT ERROR
...................................................... 3-11
3-14, Basic Error Display
.................................................................
3-11
3-15, Entering Tolerances
.................................................................
3-12
3-16. Converting UUT Specifications
................................................. 3-12
3-17. SETTING OUTPUT LIMITS
...................................................... 3-13
3-18. Setting Current Limits
..............................................................
3-13
3-19. Setting Voltage Limits
..............................................................
3-13
3-20. Voltage Monitoring
.................................................................
3-14
3-21. SELECTING A BOOST OUTPUT (5440B
ONLY)........................ 3-14
3-22. Voltage Boost Output
..............................................................
3-14
3-23. Current Boost Output
..............................................................
3-15
3-24. SETTING COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS
........................ 3-16
3-25. PRINTING DATA
.....................................................................
3-16
3-26. Printing a Header
....................................................................
3-16
3-27. Printing UUT Calibration Results
.......................................... 3-17
3-28. Printing Internal Calibration Constants
...................................... 3-18
3-29. Printing Stored Procedures (5440B
Only).................................... 3-18
3-30. PERFORMING SELF-TESTS
...................................................3-18
3-31. Digital Sel-Test
.......................................................................
3-19
3-32. Analog Self-Test
.......................................................................
3-19
3-33. High Voltage
Self-Test..............................................................
3-20
3-34. CREATING AND EDITING PROCEDURES (5440B ONLY) ...... 3-20
3-35. Creating a Procedure
................................................................
3-21
3-36. Executing a Procedure
..............................................................
3-21
3-37, Editing a Procedure
..................................................................
3-21
3-41. Exiting a Procedure
..................................................................
3-22
3-42. Clearing Internal
Memory.........................................................
3-23
3-43. STORING PROCEDURES (5440B ONLY)
.................................. 3-23
3-44, Transferring from Module to Internal Memory
.......................... 3-23
3-45. Transferring from Internal Memory to Module
.......................... 3-23
3-46. EXTERNAL CALIBRATION
PROCEDURE............................... 3-23
4 REMOTE OPERATION
..........................................................................
4-1
4-1. INTRODUCTION
.......................................................................
4-1
4-2. IEEE-488 INTERFACE FUNCTIONS
......................................... 4-1
4-3. CONNECTING THE CALIBRATOR TO THE
BUS..................... 4-1
4-4. Setting the IEEE-488 Address
................................................... 4-1
4-5. Connecting IEEE-488 Cables
............................................. 4-2
4-6. IEEE-488 Bus Restrictions
........................................... 4-2
4-7. REMOTE AND LOCAL STATES
............................................... 4-2
4-8. Local States
......................................................... 4-2
4-9. Remote States
..........................................................................
4-3
4-13. NOTATION AND SYNTAX CONVENTIONS
........................ Φ4
4-14. INCOMING CHARACTER TRANSFORMATIONS ................... 4-4
4-15. CALIBRATOR STATEMENT
................................................... 4^
4-16. Message
Sequence..............................................................
4-10
4-17. DEVICE DEPENDENT MESSAGES
.................................... 4-10
4-18. Response
Messages..................................................................
4-11
4-19. Setup Status
Report................................................................
4-12
4-20. Long Term Operation
Report.................................................... 4-12
4-21. Remote Error
Report................................................................
4-14
4-22. SRQ and Serial
Poll................................................................
4-14
4-25. Device Dependent Message Summary Table
............................... 4-16
5 THE RS-232-C INTERFACE
................................................................
5-1
5-1. INTRODUCTION
.....................................................................
5-1
5-3. CONNECTING TO THE RS-232-C PORT
............................. 5-2
5-4. Configuring the RS-232-C Shorting Plug
.................................... 5-2
5-5. Setting the Baud Rate
..............................................................
5-2
5-6. RS-232-C Accessory Cables
.................................................... 5-3
5-7. RS-232-C OPERATION
............................................................. 5-3
6 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
........................................................ 6-1
6-1. INTRODUCTION
.......................................................................
6-1
6-2. OPTIONAL REAR PANEL OUTPUT TERMINALS (5442A ONLY) 6-1
6-3. ADDITIONAL PROCEDURE STORAGE MODULE (5440B ONLY) 6-1
6-4. LOW THERMAL EMF PLUG-IN CABLES
................................. 6-1
6-5. LOW THERMAL EMF SPADE-LUG CABLES
.......................... 6-1
6-6. ACCESSORY CABLES
..............................................................
6-1
6-7. 1780 RS-232-C
Cable.............................................................
6-2
6-8. 5205 A Interface Cable (5440B Only)
.......................................... 6-2
6-9. 5220A Interface Cable (5440B Only)
..................................... 6-2
6-10. Armored IEEE-488 Interface Cables (Y8021, Y8022,
Y8023) ........ 6-2
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