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Advantest Corporation Q8326 Level Meter
Manufacturer
Advantest Corporation
Model Q8326
Date 1999
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Level Meter
Description Optical Wavelength Meter
Information
                                    The Q8326 optical wavelength meter enables sigh-precision
measurement o f laser and light emitting diode
wavelengths and frequency.
Its characteristics are described below.
The key features of the Q8326 are listed below:
• Wide measurement ranges for wavelengths and frequencies:
480 nm to 1650 nm, and 181 THz to 625
THz, respectively.
• Highly accurate wavelength measurement: ±2 ppm ±l count
• Resolutions: 0.001 nm and 100 MHz
In AVG mode, resolutions up to 0.0001 nm and 10 MHz can be
displayed.
• Fluctuation measurements using the deviation measurement
function
• A high speed sampling rate of 5 measurements/sec
• GPIB and D/A conversion analog output is standard.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Advantest Corporation -- Q8326 -- User Manual
File name Advantest-7977-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type User Manual
Pages 60
Size 1.63 Mbytes (1705655 Bytes)
Language english
Revision
Manual-ID/Number FOE-8339625B01
Date 20 November 1999
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IN TRO D U CTIO N
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1.1 Product Description
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1.2 Accessories
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1.2.1 Standard Accessories
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1.2.2 Accessories (sold
separately).......................................................................
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1.3 Operating Environment
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1.3.1 Environmental Conditions
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1.3.2 Power Requirements
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1.3.3 Power
Fuse...................................................................................................
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1.3.4 Power
Cable.................................................................................................
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1.4 Precautions in Use
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1.5 System
Checkout................................................................................................
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1.6 About
Calibration...............................................................................................
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1.7 Concerning Limited-life Parts
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1.8 Cleaning, Storing and Transporting the Q8326
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1.8.1 Cleaning and Replacement of Optical Connectors and
Adapters................ ..... 1-10
1.8.2
Cleaning.......................................................................................................
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1.8.3
Storing..........................................................................................................
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1.8.4
Transporting.................................................................................................
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O PER A TIO N
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2.1 Panel
Description................................................................................................
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2.1.1 Front
Panel...................................................................................................
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2.1.2 Rear
Panel....................................................................................................
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2.2 Setup (Preparations for Use)
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2.2.1 Power On/Master Reset
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2.2.2 Operation Check by the Self-check
Function..............................................
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2.3 Wavelength
Measurement..................................................................................
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2.3.1 Measurement Procedure after Setup
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2.4 Measuring the Frequency
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2.4.1
Changing Wavelength Measurement to Frequency Measurement
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2.5 Measuring the Deviation
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2.6 Measurement of High Frequency Intensity Modulated Light
and CHOP L
ight.................................................................................................
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2.6.1
Wavelength of High Frequency Intensity Modulated Light and
Measurement Procedure
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2.6.2 Measurement of CHOP Light
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2.7 How to Enter an Altitude Value
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2.8 Useful Function for
Measurement......................................................................
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2.8.1 HOLD
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2.8.2 RESET
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2.8.3 AVERAGE
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2.8.4 RESOLUTION Key Operation Method
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2.9 D/A Output
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2.9.1
Performance.................................................................................................
2.9.2 Relationship between Display and Output
Voltage.....................................
2.9.3 Key Operations Relating to D/A OUT
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2.10 GPIB Address
Setting................................................................
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2.10.1 LOCAL Key
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2.10.2 Address Setting M
ode..................................................................................
2.11 Auxiliary Key Functions
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2.11.1 Buzzer
On/Off................................................................
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2.12
Messages.................................................................................
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2.12.1 Displayed
Messages.................................................
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2.12.2 Error Message............
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2.13 Default Settings ...........................
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R E M O T E P R O G R A M M IN G
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Overview of GPIB
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Interface Functions
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Program Code........................................
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Talker Formats (Data Output Formats)
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Device Triggering Function ....................
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Device Clear
Function........................................
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State Changes According to the Commands
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Status B
yte..........................................................................................................
GPIB Code List
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Example
Programs..............................................................................................
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4 T E C H N IC A L NO TES
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5 S P E C IF IC A T IO N S ...............
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6 C A LIBRA TIO N M E T H O D
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D IM EN SIO N A L OUTLINE D R A W IN G
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A L PH A B E T IC A L I N D E X .....
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