Información del equipo:

Fluke PM3092 Osciloscopio
Fabricante:
Fluke
Modelo: PM3092
Fecha: 1994
Categoría: Los instrumentos de medición
Grupo: Osciloscopio
Descripción: 4 Channel Oscilloscope
Información:
                                    MAIN FEATURES

-	200 MHz bandwidth for many advanced applications for
PM3092 and PM3094. 100 MHz for PM3082 and PM3084.

Four channels with four full attenuators for a wide range of
input sensitivities up to 2 mV/div. Channels 3 and 4 in
PM3092 and PM3082 offer the most commonly used input
sensitivities (0.1 and 0.5 V/div).

1% voltage and timing accuracy. The autocal function makes
automatic fine adjustments to assure this accuracy even in
extreme environmental conditions.

-	Autoset function provides automatic setup of an optimized
display of the input signals. Works on all channels. Adjusts
triggering, time, and amplitude.

-	On-screen displays include ground and trigger level
indicators.

-	Cursors give an extensive set of measurement possibilities
including fully automated voltmeter functions.

-	Delayed Time Base.

-	Wide range of trigger possibilities including HDTV triggering.

-	RS-232 interface offers a full remote control possibility
<CPL protocol). An IEEE 488.2 interface is offered as an
option (SCPI protocol).

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Tipo de manual: Manual de servicio Fluke-10138-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Páginas: 114
Tamaño: 2.38 Mbytes (2495205 Bytes)
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Revisión:
Manual-/ número de identificación: 961129
Fecha: 01 enero 1994
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Reference Manual

 CHARACTERISTICS ................... .............1-1

1.1	VERTICAL............................................1-3

1.1.1	Channels ......................................1-3

1.1.2	Deflection modes................................1-3

1.1.3	Bandwidth......................................1-3

1.1.4	Attenuator......................................1-4

1.1.5	Input characteristics..............................1-4

1.1.6	Coupling.......................................1-5

1.1.7	Dynamic range ..................................1-5

1.1.8	Position range ..................................1-5

1.1.9	Trace separation ................................1-5

1.1.10	Input voltage limits ...............................1-5

1.1.11	Step response ..................................1-6

1.1.12	Signal delay....................................1-6

1.1.13	Vertical accuracies ...............................1-7

1.2	TIMEBASE ............................................1-8

1.2.1	Timebase modes ................................1-8

1.2.2	Timebase settings ...............................1-8

1.2.3	DTB delay .... ..................................1-9

1.2.4	Timebase accuracies, De laytime accuracy, DTB jitter
.... 1-9

1.2.5	External horizontal deflection......................1-10

1.3	TRIGGERING........................................1-10

1.3.1	Source ...... . .................................1-10

1.3.2	Modes........................................1-11

1.3.3	TV systems ....................................1-11

1.3.4	Coupling ......................................1-11

1.3.5	Sensitivity.....................................1-12

1.3.6	Slope .............. ..........................1-13

1.3.7	Level.........................................1-13

1.3.8	Hold Off ......................................1-13

1.4	CURSORS ...........................................1-14

1.4.1	Cursor Control .................................1-14

1.4.2	Cursor Accuracies ..............................1-15

1.5	FRONT PANEL MEMORY...............................1-15
1.6	BLANKING OR Z-AXIS.................................1-15

1.7	DISPLAY .................................. ..........1-16

1.8	EXTERNAL INTERFACES ..............................1-16

1.8.1	Calibrator.....................................1-16

1.8.2	Standard external interfaces ......................1-17

1.8.3	Optional external interfaces.......................1-18

1.9	AUTOSET & CALIBRATION ............................1-19

1.9.1	AUTO SET....................................1-19

1.9.2	Calibration ....................................1-19

1.10	POWER SUPPLY & BATTERY BACKUP ..................1-19

1.10.1	Power supply..................................1-19

1.10.2	Battery backup .................................1-20

1.11	MECHANICS .........................................1-21

1.12	ENVIRONMETAL . .....................................1-21

1.12.1	Genera! ......................................1-21

1.12.2	Environmental .................................1-21

1.13	EMI........................ .........................1-23

1.13.1	General aspects and Susceptibility .................1-23

1.13.1.1	General........... . ...................1-23

1.13.1.2	Susceptibility...........................1 -23

1.13.2	VDE requirements..............................1-26

1.13.3	Additional EMI requirements ......................1-26

1.14	SAFETY.............................................1-26

1.15	ACCESSORIES....................... ................1-26

1.16	OPTIONS & OPTIONAL VERSIONS ......................1-27

1.16.1	Line Cord.....................................1-27

1.16.2	Options versions ...............................1-27

1.16.3	Optional outputs................................1-27

1.16.4	Optional external MTB trigger input.................1-28
1.17 SPECIFICATION OF IEEE-OPTION
2	PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION..........................2-1

2.1	INTRODUCTION ....................................... 2-1

2.2	CONTROL SECTION....................................2-1

2.3	VERTICAL DEFLECTION................................2-1

2.4	HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION .............................2-2

2.5	CRT DISPLAY SECTION.................................2-3

2.6	POWER SUPPLY.......................................2-3

2.7	TEXT GENERATOR .............. .....................2-3

3	BRIEF CHECKING PROCEDURE .....................3-1

3.1	General information....................................3-1

3.2	Preliminary settings of the
controls.......................3-1

3.3	Vertical section ........................................3-3

3.4	Horizontal section, Main and Delayed Time Base.
,..........3-6

3.5	Horizontal section, X-deflection.
..........................3-7

3.6	Cursors .............................................. 3-8

3.7	TEXT OFF key.........................................3-9

4	PERFORMANCE TEST............................41

4.1	GENERAL INFORMATION ...............................4-1

4.2	RECOMMENDED TEST EQUIPMENT ......................4-2
4.3	TEST PROCEDURE ....................................4-4

4.3.1	Preliminary settings.......................4-4

4.3.2	Power supply.........................,.........4-4

4.3.3	Auto set .......................................4-5

4.3.4	Orthogonality ...................................4-6

4.3.5	Trace distortion .................................4-8

4.3.6	Vertical deflection; deflection coefficients
............ 4-10

4.3.7	Vertical deflection; variable gain control range
........4-11

4.3.8	Vertical deflection; input coupling .
..................4-12

4.3.9	Vertical cursor accuracy..........................4-12

4.3.10	Vertical deflection, high-frequency response
..........4-13

4.3.11	Vertical deflection, low-frequency
response...........4-14

4.3.12	Vertical deflection; dynamic range at 50/25
MHz.......4-15

4.3.13	Vertical deflection; dynamic range at 200/100
MHz.....4-16

4.3.14	Vertical deflection; position range
..................4-16

4.3.15	Vertical deflection; crosstalk between

channels at 200/100 MHz........................4-17

4.3.16	Vertical deflection; common mode

rejection ratio at 1 MHz ..........................4-18

4.3.17	Vertical deflection; common mode

rejection ratio at 50 MHz ......................... 4-20

4.3.18	Vertical deflection; LF linearity	...............4-21

4.3.19	Vertical deflection; visual signal
delay...............4-22

4.3.20	Vertical deflection; base line
instability...............4-23

4.3.21	Delay difference between vertical channels in

PM 3092, PM 3094 ............................. 4-24

4.3.22	Delay difference between vertical channels in

PM 3082, PM 3084.............................. 4-27

4.3.23	Horizontal deflection; display modes

and trace separation ............................4-30

4.3.24	Horizontal deflection; X deflection..................4-31

4.3.25	Horizontal deflection; main time-base

deflection coefficients............................4-32

4.3.26	Horizontal deflection; VARiable mode accuracy MTB .
.. 4-34

4.3.27	Time cursor accuracy............................4-35

4.3.28	Horizontal deflection; delayed time-base

deflection coefficients............................4-35

4.3.29	Horizontal deflection; delay time
multiplier............4-37

4.3.30	Horizontal deflection; delayed timebase
jitter..........4-38

4.3.31	Horizontal deflection; X deflection coefficient via
CH1 . . . 4-39

4.3.32	Horizontal deflection; X deflection coefficient via
’line’ . . . 4-40

4.3.33	Horizontal deflection; high frequency
response........ 4-40

4.3.34	Maximum phase shift between horizontal

and vertical deflection ...........................4-41
4.3.35	MTB triggering PM 3092/3094; trigger sensitivity via

CH1, CH2, CH3 and CH4.........................4-42

4.3.36	MTB triggering PM 3082/3084; trigger sensitivity via

CH1, CH2, CH3 and CH4......................... 4-44

4.3.37	MTB/DTB triggering; trigger sensitivity
TVL-TVF.......4-45

4.3.38	DTB triggering PM 3092/3094; trigger sensitivity via

CH1, CH2, CH3 and CH4.........................4-47

4.3.39	DTB triggering PM 3082/3084; trigger sensitivity via

CH1, CH2, CH3 and CH4.........................4-49

4.3.40	Z-MOD sensitivity...............................4-51

4.3.41	Probe Adjust signal; frequency and output voltage
.....4-52

4.3.42	Testing the optional auxiliary
outputs................4-53

5	PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ........................5-1

5.1	GENERAL INFORMATION ...............................5-1

5.2	REMOVING THE BEZEL AND THE CONTRAST FILTER.......5-1
5.3	RECALIBRATION .....................................5-1
Fluke-10138-Manual-Page-1-Picture


Tipo de manual: Manual del usuario Fluke-10139-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Páginas: 200
Tamaño: 4.25 Mbytes (4457599 Bytes)
Idioma Inglés
Revisión:
Manual-/ número de identificación: 941101
Fecha: 01 enero 1994
Calidad: Documento Scaned, todo legible.
Fecha de carga:
MD5: d7fa8a1ae3e8b801bea191fb2a9e95cb
Descargas: 34 desde 20 enero 2018
Información:
INSIDE THIS MANUAL	
This operating guide contains information on ail of the
oscilloscope’s features. It	
starts with a general introduction, a summary of main
capabilities, initial	
inspection note and a front and rear view.	
Operators safety	Chapter 1 should be read before unpacking,
	installing, and operating the instrument.
installation instructions	Chapter 2 describes grounding,
line cord, fuses,
	and backup batteries.
Getting started	Chapter 3 provides a 10-minute tutorial intended
	for those who are not familiar with Fluke
	oscilloscopes.
How to use the instrument	Chapter 4 provides the more
experienced user
	with a detailed explanation of the major functions
	of the osciiloscope.
Function reference	Chapter 5 contains an alphabetized
description
	of each function. Each description includes an
	explanation of local and remote control
	functions.
Index	The overall index contains all function names
	and reference words in alphabetical order. It
	includes the relevant chapter and page number
	where more detailed information can be found.
Function index	The Function Index lists all implemented
	functions in alphabetical order.
Fluke-10139-Manual-Page-1-Picture


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