Keithley 410A Analog multimeter
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is a sensitive, completely solid-state picoammeter which measures currents over 20 ranges from 10-3 to 3 x 10*^ ampere full scale. Accuracy is ^2% of full scale on the 10*3 t0 iq-8 ampere ranges and ±4% of full scale on the 3 x 10"^ to 3 x 10-13 ampere ranges.
b. The Picoammeter employs matched MOS FET transistors in the input followed by a differential Amplifier
stage, a transistor driver and a transistor output stage. Negative feedback is used for stability and accuracy.
a. A unique circuit provides complete overload protection for Model 410A
without compromising the outstanding features of the MOS FET input. The Picoammeter will withstand transient overloads up to 1000 volts without damage, and overload recovery is almost instantaneous.
b. The time and temperature stability of the Model 410A
Picoammeter is excellent. The Model 410A
will operate for days without requiring rezeroing. Zero drift with time is less than 0.5% of full scale per week. Temperature drift is equally small — a change of 10°C affects the reading less than 0.2% of full scale on the 10 to 10-iz ampere ranges.
c. Fast warm-up is an inherent characteristic of the Picoammeter. It can be used almost immediately on its most sensitive range. For maximum stability, however, about 10 minutes warm-up should be allowed.
d. One volt or 1 milliampere at full scale deflection on all ranges is provided to drive chart recorders. The 1 milliampere recorder output will drive the Keithley
370 Recorder directly. When potentio-metric recorders are used, the output voltage can be conveniently divided by a shunt resistor and adjusted for full scale with the rear panel Calibration potentiometer.
Service and User Manual
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1976 04 01
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2020 07 24
SPECIFICATIONS ... iv
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION ... 1
2. OPERATION ... 4
3. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... 6
4. SERVICING ... 7
5. CALIBRATION ... 9
6. ACCESSORIES ... 15
7. REPLACEABLE PARTS ... 18
SCHEMATIC ... 24