Equipment information

Fluke 2280 Series Other
Manufacturer
Fluke
Model 2280 Series
Date 1985
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Other
Description Data Logger
Information
                                    The 2280 Series Data Logging System consists of a hardware
configuration controlled by a menu-driven programming and
operating scheme. The hardware configuration includes a 2280
mainframe, and may, depending on the applications being
supported, include any assortment of option assemblies. In
addition, one or more 2281A Extender Chassis may be used for
more remote connections to the data logging environment. The
programming and operating scheme involves substantial
pre-programmed capabilities, all accessed directly from
either a front panel keyboard or a remote controller.
Distributed System Design
The 2280 Series Data Logger makes use of a distributed
system design that allows great flexibility in hardware
placement. Any of the serial link option assemblies (and
respective connector assemblies) can be installed in a
remote 2281A Extender Chassis. The 2281A can be installed up
to 1 kilometer from the 2280. All measurements and
conversions can be completed at the remote location, with
serial data consnunications occurring over a single cable.
This system is quite efficient: external measurement wiring
is minimized and accurate communication in electrically
noisy environments is assured.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type User Manual Fluke-7701-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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Section 1 How to Use This Manual
Introduction ................................1-2
Organization ...............................1 -4
The 2280 Series Data Loggers .................1-6
How to Use the Manual Set ...................1-6
User Guide..............................1-6
System Guide .............................1-6
Service Manual ............................1-7
Notation Conventions .......................1-7
Section 2 Data Logging Applications
Introduction .................................2-3
Data Logging Systems .........................2-3
The 2280 Series Data Logging System ......... 2-6
General ................................2-6
Distributed System Design ...............2-6
Mainframe .............................2-8
Option Assemblies .....................2-8
Serial Link Option Assemblies ..... 2-9
Connector Assemblies ...............2-12
Interface Option Assemblies ....... 2-14
Other Option Assemblies ...........2-15
Extender Chassis ........................2-15
Accessories ............................2-17
Applications .............................. 2-18
Temperature Measurement Using
Thermocouples ....... 2-18
Temperature Measurement Using RTDs ..... 2-19 Temperature
Measurement Using
Thermistors ...................... 2-20
AC Voltage Measurement ................. 2-20
DC Voltage Measurement ................. 2-20
Current Measurement .................... 2-20
Resistance Measurement ................. 2-21
Frequency Measurement ................. 2-22
Totalizing Measurement ........... 2-22
Strain Measurement .................. 2-22
Digital and Status Inputs ............ 2-22
Status Outputs ....................... 2-23
Analog Outputs ....................... 2-23
Using the 2280 Series Data Logger .......... 2-23
Overview ............*............... 2-23
The Programming Form ................... 2-24
The Menu System ........................ 2-24
Moving Through the Menus ............... 2-2?
How the 2280 Series Data Loggers Differ ..... 2-29
Features ............................. 2-29
Permissible Option Configurations ..... 2-30
Summary .................................. 2-31
Section 3 Installation - Mainframe
Introduction ............................... 3-3
General Information ........................ 3-3
Shipping ............................ 3-3
Unpacking ................. .·.......... 3-4
Physical Layout ....................... 3-4
Physical Installation ...................... 3-7
Selecting a Location .................. 3-7
Rack Mounting ....................... 3-8
Attaching the Front Panel Doors ............ 3-11
Power Connections .......................... 3-11
Line Voltage *........................ 3-11
Battery Operation .................... 3-13
Hardware Configuration .................... 3-13
Extender Chassis (2281 ) ............. 3-14
Option Assemblies ......................... 3-15
New Installation ..................... 3-15
Previously Installed ................. 3-15
Addressing ............................... 3-15
A/D Converter ..................... 3-15
Digital I/O Assembly ..... 3-16
Analog Output ............... 3-18
Counter/Totalizer ............ 3-18
IEEE-488 Interface ................ 3-19
Other Switch Selections ................... 3-19
Jumpers ............................... 3-19
External Connections ....... 3-20
Master Alarm Output/Trigger Input .......... 3-21
Programming ............................... 3-21
Operator Maintenance ...... 3-22
Introduction .......... 3-22
Fuse Replacement ..................... 3-22
General Cleaning ...................... 3-23
Paper Replacement ..................... 3-25
Service Information ..................... 3-27
Section 4 Installation - Options and Accessories
AC Voltage Input Connector (2280A-160) ...... 160-1
High Performance A/D Converter (2280A—161) .. 161-1
Thermocouple/DC Volts Scanner (2280A-162) ... 162-1
RTD/Resistance Scanner (2280B-163) ......____163-1
Transducer Excitation (2280A-164) .. .........164-1
Counter/Totalizer (2280B-167) ..___.....____167-1
Digital I/O Assembly (2280A—168) ............168-1
Status Output Connector (2280A-169) ......... 169-1
Analog Output (22808-170) ...................170-1
Current Input Connector (2280A—171) ........ 171-1
Transducer Excitation Connector (2280A-174) . 174-1
Isothermal Input (2280A-175) ................175-1
Voltage Input Connector (2280A-176) .........176-1
RTD/Resistance Input Connector (2280B-177) .. 177-1
Digital/Status Input Connector (2280A-179) .. 179-1
Advanced Math Processor (2280A-211) .........211-1
DC Cartridge Tape (2280A-214) .............214-1
RS-232-C Interface (2280A-341) ..............341-1
IEEE-488 Interface (2280A-342) ..............342-1
2281A-402 Extender Chassis Cable ............402-1
2281A-403 Connector Pair for -402 Cable .....403-1
2281A-431 Extender Chassis Power Supply ..... 431-1
Y2044 Rack Slide Kit .......................Y2044-1
Y2045 Rack Mount Kit ........................Y2045-1
Y2047 Serial Link Multiconnect ..............Y2047-1
Section 5 Using the 2280
Temperature Measurement
Using Thermocouples ...................5a-1
Using RTDs ............................5a-13
Using Thermistors ......................5a-39
Voltage Measurement
AC Voltage ............................5b-1
DC Voltage .............................5b-7
Current Measurement .........................5c-1
Resistance Measurement ......................5d-1
Frequency Measurement .......................5e-1
Totalizing Measurement ......................5f-1
Strain Measurement .........................5g-1
Digital Input ...............................5h-1
Status Input ................................5h-9
Status Output ...............................5i-1
Analog Output ...............................5j-1
Writing Control Algorithms ............. 5J-7
Section 6 Appendices
6a. Glossary ................................ 6a-1
6b. Sales and Service Centers .............. 6b-1
6c. ASCII/IEEE-488 .......................... 6c-1
6d. 2285B Documentation ..... 6d-1
6e. 2280A Documentation ..................... 6e-1
6f. Connector Pinouts ......... 6f-1
6g. System Specifications ........... 6g-1
6h. Cartridge Tape Handling ....... 6h-1
6i. Cartridge Tape Format .................... 6i-1
6 j . Memory Usage ............................. 6 j -1
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Manual Type User Manual Fluke-7702-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 452
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1 GETTING STARTED....................................... I~1
Overview .. . . . ........ ........ . 1-2!·;·
Introduction .................a........................ 1-3 ,
Manual Organization 1-4·".·..·
Connecting the Units .. 1-5 '
Additional Hardware . 1-5
Establishing Communications „ . 1-6'
Making a Backup Diskette .............................. 1-6
Conventions of ProLogger . 1-7
How is ProLogger Structured .......................... 1-8
Using ProLogger for the First Time ................... 1-9
Error Conditions ..................................... 1-11'
Getting Stopped ...... .............. . 1-11.
PROLOGGER OFF LINE FONCTIONS ........................ 2~1
Introduction ................ο........................2-2
Off Line Windows .................................... .2-3
Main Menu ............................................. 2-4
Set up ............................................... 2-5
Port Select .........ο ........................... . 2-6
Parameters .................................. 2-7
Baud Rate ............................. 2“8
Sound ......................................ο.... 2-9
Sound Edit ................................. 2-1.0.
Octave ................................ 2-11
Disk Utility ......................................... 2-12'
Select Type ...... ......... ...................... 2-13
File Select ................................ 2-14
Maine File.............................. 2 «*15·
Directory . 2-I6
Delete File ..................................... * 2-I7
File Select ................................ 2-14
Name File ............................. 2-15
Copy File ....................................... 2^X0
Down Load ............................................ 2-l§
File Select .......... ..................ο........ 2-14
Name File ....... .............. ............. 2^15
Lotus Format ..........................................2-21
File Select ................. ................... . 2-14
Name File .................................2-15
Select Cell ......................................2-22
2280B ................................................3-1
CONTENTS
PROLOGGER ON LINE COMMUNICATIONS
Introduction
Display Window Program Status Window Printer/Recording
Window »»«»» Function Keys
Record . ,
Function Summary Notes on Operation
Suggested 2280B Program Dos and Don!ts
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Manual Type Service Manual Fluke-10098-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 710
Size 52.69 Mbytes (55254485 Bytes)
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How to Use This Manual

Describes the organization and use of the Service Manual.
General Information

Describes the Data Logger and its available accessories and
options. Required test equipment, shipping, and factory
service information are included here.

Theory of Operation

Covers the theory of operation for the Data Logger
mainframe. Option assembly theory is contained in the
individual option subsections of Sections 8, 9, and 10.

Maintenance

Describes maintenance of the instrument. Cleaning
instructions and internal access procedures are included here.

Troubleshooting

Consists of diagnostic self-tests and performance tests
designed to isolate a malfunction to the circuit board
level. Component level troubleshooting may be performed
using the Theory of Operation (Section 3) and Schematic
Diagrams (Section 7).

List of Replaceable Parts

Contains parts lists for the Data Logger mainframe and gives
parts ordering information. Option assembly parts lists are
in the individual subsections of Sections 8, 9, and 10.

Schematic Diagrams

Presents Data Logger mainframe schematics on foldout pages.
Schematics for option assemblies are located in the
individual option subsections.

Options -160 Through -169

Covers Options -160 through -169 in subsections ordered
numerically by option number. Includes theory of operation,
maintenance procedures, performance validation procedures,
calibration instructions, schematics, and a replacement
parts list.

Covers Options -170 through -179 in subsections ordered
numerically by option number. Includes theory of operation,
maintenance procedures, performance validation procedures,
calibration instructions, schematics, and a replacement
parts list.

Options -200 and Above

Covers Options -200 and above in subsections ordered
numerically by option number. Includes theory of operation,
maintenance procedures, performance validation procedures,
calibration instructions, schematics, and a replacement
parts list.

Appendices

A	Specifications

B	Fluke Service Centers

C	Manual Change Information

D	Differences Between 2280A, 2280B, 2285B, and 2286A
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