Prema Präzisionselektronik und Messanlagen GmbH 6001 Digital multimeter
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Model:
6001
Date:
1991
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Description:
6 1/2-digit digital multimeter

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General Description The 6 1/2-digit PREMA Model 5001 and 6001 digital multimeters are both instruments with an outstanding capability to price ratio and provide the following measurement functions: • Direct voltage measurements with lOOnV resolution • Alternating voltage measurement for true rms values with IjxV resolution Direct current measurement with InA or ljxA resolution • Alternating current measurement with lOnA or 10 pA resolution • Resistance measurement with the 5001 for 2-wire, and with the 6001 for either 2- or 4-wire • Temperature measurement by means of the PT-100 sensor for the model 6001: In addition, for these measurement functions, the instrument is provided with many interesting, and advantageous feature as later described in detail. • greater than 1GH Input Resistance up to ± 2V • Selectable integration times of 50ms, 100ms, 0.5s, Is, 5s and 10s • Choice of internal mathematics programs: offset, % deviation, growth, ratio, dB and dBm • Digital offset correction allows compensation, for example, for thermo voltages and test lead resistances The PREMA Multiple Ramp Technique, which is used for the analog to digital conversion, offers the guarantee for outstanding linearity and long-term stability during the continuous integration of the measurement signal without disturbing measurement interruptions. These multimeters can be equipped with a 10-channel, four-pole Multiplexer (optional). The maximum switch voltage is 125V, the maximum switch current 2A, and the thermo voltages on the contacts are less than ljxV. The standard IEEE-488-Bus Interface allows the remote control and supervision of all functions of the multimeter including digital calibration. An excellent ground division between the multimeter and the IEEE-signal bus helps allow a faultless lOOnV resolution during direct voltage measurements in system operation. An easy to use digital calibration feature is offered with these multimeters. A single debit value to be used for offset can be entered via the keyboard or IEEE-488-Bus, and is usually sufficient for calibration of a measurement field. Every measurement field of every function can be independently recalibrated as desired. A recessed switch on the back of the multimeter protects against unintentional changes of these correction factors. PREMA designs and manufactures certain key integrated circuit chips (ASICs), uses their patented A/D conversion process, and also has almost twenty years manufacturing experience in high precision measurement products. For these reasons, PREMA digital multimeters use fewer critical and other components than competition which results in a more dependable multimeter with a longer service life.

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Service and User Manual
Manual type:
Service and User Manual
Pages:
99
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3.24 Mbytes (3397242 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Manual-ID:
6001-9304
Date:
01 January 1991
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Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. General Description 1/1 1.2. Measurement Principle 1/3 2. TECHNICAL DATA 2.1. Direct Voltage 2/1 2.2. Resistance 2/4 2.3. Alternating Voltage 2/6 2.4. Direct Current 2/8 2.5. Alternating Current 2/9 2.6. Temperature 2/10 2.7. Trigger Input 2/11 2.8. Scanner (Optional) 2/12 2.9. IEEE-Bus-Interface 2/13 2.10. General Data 2/14 3. PUTTING INTO OPERATION 3.1. Delivery information 3/1 3.2. Connection of Instrument to Main Power 3/1 3.2.1. Grounding 3/1 3.3. Accident Prevention 3/2 3.4. Scanner Installation and Limitations 3/2 3.5. Warranty 3/2 3.6. Switching on the Instrument 3/2 4. INSTRUMENT CONSTRUCTION 4.1. Functional construction 4/1 4.2. Display field 4/2 4.3. Keyboard fields 4/3 4.4. Measurements leads 4/4 4.5. Trigger function 4/5 4.6. IEEE-488-Bus-Interface 4/7 4.7. Scanner 4/8 4.8. Calibration switch 4/10 5. MANUAL OPERATION 5.1. Selecting the Functions 5/1 5.2. Range selection 5/1 5.3. Selecting Mathematics Programs 5/1 5.4. Selecting the Turning On Programs 5/5 5.5 Channel Selection 5/9 5.6. Offset Correction 5/9 5.7. Storing the Switching-On State 6. OFFSET CORRECTION 6.1 Offset Correction for Voltage 6/1 6.2 Offset Correction for Current 6/1 6.3 Offset Correction for Resistance 6/1 6.4 Offset Correction for Temperature 6/2 7. SELF TEST AND ERROR MESSAGES 7.1. Error messages 7/1 7.2. Self Test 7/2 8. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 8.1. Direct Voltage Measurement Vdc 8/1 8.1.1 Connecting the voltage to be measured 8/1 8.1.2. Input Resistance 8/1 8.1.3. Overload Protection 8/1 8.1.4. Common Mode Suppression 8/2 8.1.5. Shielding 8/2 8.2. Resistance Measurement 8/3 8.2.1. Two-wire measurements 8/3 8.2.2. Four-wire measurements 8/4 8.3. Alternating Voltage Measurement 8/5 8.4. Direct Current Measurement and Alternating Current Measurement 8/6 8.5. Temperature Measurement °C, °F, K 8/7 8.6. Automatic Filtering 9. IEEE 488-BUS-INTERFACE 9.1. Operation of the IEEE-Bus 9/1 9.1.1. Capabilities of the IEEE-488 Bus Interface 9/2 9.1.2. Interface Commands 9/2 9.1.3. Switching to Operation on the IEEE-Bus 9/2 9.1.4. Selecting Instrument Address and Terminator 9/3 9.2. Operation of the Digital multimeter as a Listener 9/4 9.2.1. Commands to Guide the Digital Multimeter 9/7 9.2.2. Display Operation 9/9 9.2.3. String Length Selection 9/10 9.2.4. SRQ Operation 9/10 9.3. Operation of the Digital multimeter as a Talker 9/11 9.3.1. Instructions for the Sent Message Phrase 9/11 9.3.2. Instructions for the Sent Message Units 9/12 9.3.3. Testing the Keyboard via the IEEE-Bus 9/13 9.3.4. Table of the Sent Messages 9/14 9.4. Program Examples 9/17 9.4.1. Commodore 3032 9/17 9.4.2. Tektronix 4051 9/17 9.4.3. Hewlett-Packard HP 85 9/18 9.4.4. Hewlett-Packard HP 87 9/18 9.4.5. Hewlett-Packard HP 87 in SRQ-Operation 9/19 9.4.6. Hewlett-Packard HP 9816 in SRQ-Operation 9/20 9.4.7. Apple II with CCS-7490-Interface 9/21 9.4.8. IBM PC and Compatible with PC IIA 9/22 9.4.9. Controlling a DMM with Turbo Pascal 10. CALIBRATION 10.1. Restoration of Original Calibration Data 10/1 10.2. Calibration of Direct Voltages 10/2 10.3. Calibration of Resistances 10/3 10.4. Calibration of Alternating Voltages 10/3 10.5. Calibration of Direct and Alternating Current 10/3 10.6. Calibration of Temperature 10/3 11. CONSTRUCTION OF AN INDEPENDENT FOR AUTOMATIC MEASUREMENT RECORDING 11.1 Instructions for the Measurement Construction 11/1 11.2 Example of a Measurement Run 11/1 12. ACCESSORIES 12.1. Mating Plug 6000/04 12/1 12.2. Adapter Card 6000/02 12/1 12.3. Safety Lead Set 12/1 12.4. Set of Short Circuit Plugs 12/1 12.5. Surface Temperature Probe 12/2 12.6. Immersion Temperature Probe 12/2 12.7. 19" Rack Mounting Kit 6000/04 12/2 13. APPENDIX Circuit Diagrams

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