Equipment information:

Fluke 5100 Calibrator
Manufacturer:
Fluke
Model: 5100
Date: 1978
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Calibrator
Description:
Information:
                                    1-2. The microprocessor controlled 5100 Series Calibrator
outputs are programmable from the front panel or through an
optional remote interface, through a wide range of DC
voltages and current; AC voltages, current and dBm; and
resistance. Connections on the front panel include terminals
for output, sense, voltage guard and current guard. A
chassis binding post is available on the rear panel.
Available on the front panel is a dedicated BNC output
connector for use with the Wideband Option Ό3 which extends
the frequency range of the instrument. The connector is
installed in all instruments, allowing addition of the
option at some later date, if desired.
1-3. The output can be modified using the Front Panel Error
Mode controls or through an optional remote interface. This
allows the operator, in all outputs except frequency, to
modify the output and read the deviation from the base in
percentage or digits on the front pane! or the remote
device. Frequency can be modified to step through the entire
range of the meter under test with minimum amount of
reprogramming by the operator.
1-4. The 5100 Series has three models of calibrators. The
basic model is the 5! 00A which has all the features listed
above. The Model 5101A has all the features of the 5100A
plus an integral storage system consisting of a memory and
tape cassette which allows the operator to enter or record a
program to step the calibrator through a predetermined
sequence. The 5102A is electronically identical to the 5100A
with the addition of an environmental element-resistant
fiberglass case plus all position relays for operation at
any angle. This permits safer and easier transport plus the
ability to operate in any position.
1-5. Data (Paragraphs, Tables or Figures) pertaining to only
a portion of the series, and not the entire series, are
marked by following the title of the applicable item with a
descriptive notation enclosed in parentheses. Instruments
containing a storage memory and tape system, e.g., 5101 A,
are identified by the notation (Storage Only). Those with
the element resistant case, e.g., 5102A, are identified by
the notation (Fiberglass Case Only).
1-6, BASIC CALIBRATOR
1-7. Series Common Features
1-8. All models of the Calibrator can provide dc voltage
outputs from 0 to 1)00 volts on six ranges with resolutions
ranging from 0.1 microvolts to 10 millivolts. Direct current
outputs are available from 10 microamps to 2 amps on five
ranges with resolution between 1 nanoamp and 10 microamps.
1-9. AC voltage outputs between 1 millivolt and 1100 volts
are available at 400 hertz. The maximum voltage available
varies with the frequency around the 400 hertz base,
reaching a 20 volt maximum between 20 and 50 kHz, Six ranges
are available for ac voltage outputs with resolution varying
from 0.1 microvolt to 10 millivolts. Five alternating
current ranges control output from 10 microamps to 2 amps at
frequencies of 50 Hz to 1 kHz, with resolution between 1
nanoamp and 10 milliamps.
I-10. Resistance outputs at the cardinal values from 1 ohm
to 10 Megohm are available. The outputs from 1 ohm to 10
kiiohm have a four terminal measurement capability. The 100
kiiohm, 1 Megohm and (0 Megohm outputs use two terminal
measurements with the OUTPUT HI and SENSE HI, and the OUTPUT
LO and SENSE LO terminals, respectively, connected internally.
Ml. Modification of the output to measure the devia-
deviation in a percent of error figure is displayed for each
change of the output from the base. The frequency may be
altered for AC outputs to cover a range of frequencies;
however, there is no percent of error display. The
modifications can be programmed from either the Front Panel
or a Remote Source.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Fluke -- 5100 -- User Manual
File name: Fluke-7713-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 47
Size: 1.79 Mbytes (1879419 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: 2
Manual-ID/Number: 469155
Date: September 1978
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Downloads: 25 since 10 February 2016
Information:
SECTION TITLE PAGE
1 INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
..................................................................1-1
1-1. INTRODUCTION .............
1-6. BASIC CALIBRATOR ....
1-7. Series Common Features .
1-12. Storage Sysiem Models
1-14, Element Resistive Models
1-16. OPTIONS ...........................
1-17. Analog Options ...............
1-19. Interface Options.............
1-21. SPECIFICATIONS ...........
1-22. Summarized Specifications
1-24. Complete Specifications ..
2 OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS........................................................................
2-1
! !
i 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
...............................................................................2-1
■j 2-10. Front Panel Controls
.......................................................................................2-1
2-31. Rear Panel
........................................................................................................2-4
2-33. Error Messages
................................................................................................2-4
2-35. List {Storage Only)
....................................................................................
2-4
j 2-40. Program Write-Protect (Storage Only)
...........................................................2-13
: ) 2-42, LOCAL OPERATION
.......................................................................................2-14
2-43. Initialization
..................................................................................
2-14
2-45, Status During Function
Change......................................................................
2-14
ί 2-47. Meter Connection
Procedure..........................................................................2-14
2-49. DC Voltage Output
........................................................................................2-15
I 2-51. AC Voltage
Output..........................................................................................2-16
2-53. Wideband Output
.........................................................................................2-18
2-55. Direct Current Output
..................................................................................2-18
2-57. Alternating Current Output
.........................................................................2-18
2-59. Resistance Output
.......................................................................................2-19
'■■■■J 2-61. dBm Output (AC Volts Only)
....................................................................2-19
2-63. Enter Entry Limit
...........................................................................................2-20
2-65. Tolerance Limit Entry
..................................................................................2-20
2-67. Error Mode Operation
....................................................................................2-21
2-82. NEW REF/CAL 1Ω Operation
...........................................................................2-22
2-88. Fractional Scale Operation
...........................................................................2-22
2-91. External Oscillator Operation
..........................................................................2-23
2-95. Recall Operation
..............................................................................................2-24
2-98. Storage System Operations (Storage Only)
...................................................2-24
2-122. REMOTE OPERATION
.................................................................................2-26
2-126. Initiation Characters
.........................................................................................
2-28
2-137. String Commands
............................................................................................2-28
2-203. Programming
Examples..................................................................................2-32
Fluke-7713-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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