Equipment information:

Fluke 5450A Calibrator
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 5450A
Date: 1984
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Calibrator
Description: Resistance Calibrator
Information:
                                    The Fluke 5450A Resistance Calibrator is designed to
facilitate manual or automated calibration of the resistance
measuring circuitry of high-quality digital multimeters
(DMMs). The 5450A provides cardinal point resistances in the
range of 1Ω to 100 ΜΩ. Resistances may be selected either at
decade points (e.g., 1Ω, 10Ω, 100Ω, etc.) or at xl.9 points
(e.g., 1.9Ω, 19Ω, 190Ω, etc.).
The 5450A display indicates the value of the selected
resistance and can also indicate the error of the instrument
being calibrated (the unit under test, or UUT), expressed in
percent or parts-per-million (ppm).
The 5450A may be controlled from the front panel or by
remote control via the IEEE-488 interface bus. All functions
available on the front panel are also available over the
IEEE-488 bus.
The UUT may be connected directly to the 5450A front panel
terminals using banana plugs,
or to five-way low-thermal binding posts on the rear panel.
The 5450A is calibrated with its covers installed and may be
calibrated remotely via the IEEE-488 bus. Calibration
constants are stored in electrically alterable read-only
memory (EAROM).
Accessories available for the 5450A include a rack mounting
kit, rack mounting ears, and IEEE-488 interface bus cables.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 5450A -- Service and User Manual
File name: Fluke-7684-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 109
Size: 9.60 Mbytes (10068017 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 713800
Date: 1984
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS 1-1
1-1. INTRODUCTION 1-1
1-2. SPECIFICATIONS
...................................................................................
1-1
2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
....................................................................
2-1
2-1. INTRODUCTION
.....................................................................................
2-1
2-2. SHIPPING INFORMATION 2-1
2-3. INPUT LINE POWER 2-1
2-4. INSTALLATION 2-1
2-5. IEEE-488 CONNECTION 2-1
2-6. CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 2-2
2-7. OPERATING NOTES .................... 2-2
2-8. Rear Panel Settings 2-2
2-11. Connecting to a Unit Under Test 2-8
2-18. Powering Up the 5450A 2-8
2-19. Selecting an Output 2-9
2-20. Computing Error 2-9
2-21. 2-Wire Enhancement 2-10
2-22. REMOTE OPERATION 2-10
2-23. Introduction 2-10
2-24. Capabilities 2-11
2-25. Device Clear 2-11
2-26. Local/Remote Operation 2-11
2-27. Command Separators and Terminators
.................... 2-11
2-28. Remote Error Handling 2-11
2-29. Command Set
.........................................................................................
2-11
2-30. Programming
Examples.........................................................................
2-14
3 THEORY OF
OPERATION...........................................................................
3-1
3-1. INTRODUCTION
....................................................................................
3-1
3-2. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION 3-1
3-3. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 3-1
3-4. Power Supply Circuit 3-1
3-8. Display Circuit 3-3
3-11. Digital Circuit 3-3
3-21. Analog Circuit 3-5
4 MAINTENANCE 4-1
4-1. INTRODUCTION
......................................................................................4-1
4-2. SERVICE INFORMATION
....................................................................
4-1
4-3. GENERAL MAINTENANCE
..................................................................
4-1
4-4. Setting Line Voltage
...............................................................................
4-1
4-5. AC Line Power Fuse Replacement
...................................................... 4-4
4-6. Cleaning
....................................................................................................4-4
4-7. Handling Precautions
..............................................................................4-4
4-10. Replacement of Selected
Components...................................................4-5
4-11. Disassembly and Reassembly
.................................................................4-5
4-22. PERFORMANCE TEST/CALIBRATION PROCEDURE ...............4-7
4-23.
Introduction..............................................................................................4-7
4-24. Calibration Philosophy
...........................................................................4-7
4-28. Calibration Procedure
............................................................................
4-9
4-37. Alternatre Calibration Procedures
.........................................................4-21
4-38. TROUBLESHOOTING
............................................................................
4-22
4-39.
Introduction..............................................................................................4-22
4-40. Power Supply Isolation
...........................................................................4-22
4-41. Analog Assembly Isolation
.....................................................................4-22
4-42. Display Assembly
Isolation....................................................................
4-22
4-43. Digital Assembly Isolation
.....................................................................4-23
5 LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS ................................
...................................5-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
...........................................................................5-1
5-1. INTRODUCTION
......................................................................................5-2
5-2. HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS
.....................................................................5-2
6 OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
.........................................................................6-1
7 REFERENCE INFORMATION
...............................................................................7-1
8 MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION .
.............................................................8-1
9 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
....................................................................................9-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
...........................................................................9-1
Fluke-7684-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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