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|Electro Scientific Industries 5300 Test Set|
Electro Scientific Industries
|Categoría:||Los instrumentos de medición|
The 5300 provides most of the equipment necessary to perform Flash Testing on capacitors/ one part at a time. The total test time can be less than 30 milliseconds/ allowing for rapid flash testing in a production environment. The' 5300 is designed to be easy to use/ yet versatile. All test conditions are set through the use of six front-panel pushbuttons/ aided by a 20-character display/ or through a remote device connected to a communication Interface. The 20-character display is a vacuum-fluorescent display# located on the front of the 5300. It provides the primary method for indicating operating conditions/ test results/ and system errors to the user. There are three front panel modes: Enable/ Set/ and Configure. The Enable mode is the only front panel mode in which a Flash Test may be performed. While in the Enable mode/ test conditions may be displayed but they cannot be changed through the front panel controls. The Set mode allows the test conditions to be changed through the front panel controls as well as displayed. The Configure mode allows the rarely-changed system parameters to be viewed and changed. Access to the different front panel modes is controlled through the use of the access keyswitch on the front panel. The Set and Configure modes are disabled while the keyswitch is in the ENABLE position. This allows for protection against accidental changes to test conditions during normal operation. Several printouts are available to provide a hard-copy output of test conditions/ detailed bin count totals/ or system configuration. This information can be output through the optional (Centronics-compatible) Parallel Printer Interface or through any of the optional communication interfaces. In addition to the 20-character display/ there are thirteen LEDs on the front panel that inform the user of the test results and the current operating status of the instrument. The 5300 contains non-volatile memory, permitting all test conditions and communication parameters to be permanently stored until changed. This eliminates the need to reprogram the instrument every time it is powered up. Calibration of the 5300 has been designed with convenience and safety in mind. The calibration values are changed through the use of the front-panel pushbuttons. Access holes are provided in the rear panel for the calibrations that require monitoring of internal conditions. The complete calibration procedure is accomplished without removing any of the cabinet covers or performing any mechanical adjustments. Communication interfaces are available as options to allow the 5300 to communicate with a component handler or computer (using RS-232-C/ RS-449/422, or GPIB). These interfaces allow a remote device to start a test/ monitor the status of the test/ and receive the results of the test. In addition/ these interfaces allow test parameters to be read and changed. Connection to the component handler is accomplished through the Test cable assembly. This cable assembly provides a pathway for two essential sets of signals: the test signals and the interlock signals. The test signals are found on two lines: HV Output/ which carries the current applied to the DUT; and Sense Input which carries the current returned through the DUT. The interlock signals are used to monitor the status of two switches on the protective cover at the test head. The Test cable assembly also carries various logic signals that allow a test fixture to initiate a test and receive the results of a test. The Test cable assembly connects to the test connector that can be mounted either on the front or on the rear of the instrument. The process of flash testing capacitors with the 5300 begins with powering up the instrument and setting the test conditions- The test conditions are viewed and set on the 20~character display through the use of the six front-panel pushbuttons and the access keyswitch or through the use of the communication interfaces. Once the test conditions have been properly set (and the access keyswitch is in the ENABLE position}/ a capacitor is placed in the handler and is contacted by the test head probes. The 5300 is instructed to begin testing through one of the communication interfaces/ through the Handler Interface, or through the Test cable assembly. The 5300 responds to the request by indicating (on the front panel/ through the active communication interface/ and through the Handler Interface) that it is testing and begins the Flash Test. When the test is complete/ the 5300 signals that testing is complete and displays the result on the front panel/ through the communication interfaces that have requested results/ and through the Handler Interface (if the handler initiated the test). The capacitor should be removed and processed according to the test results and another part should be put in its place.
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|Electro Scientific Industries -- 5300 -- Manual del usuario|
|Tipo de manual:||Manual del usuario|
|Tamaño:||8.81 Mbytes (9239667 Bytes)|
|Manual-/ número de identificación:||59180C|
|Fecha:||01 octubre 1987|
|Calidad:||Documento Scaneds, en parte leyendo mal, no parcialmente legible.|
|Fecha de carga:||12 septiembre 2016|
|Descargas:||114 desde 12 septiembre 2016|
This is the instruction manual for the Model 5300 Flash Tester. It provides complete information about the installation/ operation/ performance/ and maintenance of the Flash Tester.
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