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)
Idioma Inglés
Revisión:
Manual-/ número de identificación: 961129
Fecha: 01 enero 1994
Calidad: Documento Scaned, todo legible.
Fecha de carga:
MD5: 6140b0bfa8d7bc03afbcfe9dde4f6bbd
Descargas: 131 desde 20 enero 2018
Información:
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: 113 desde 20 enero 2018
Información:
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-10139-Manual-Page-1-Picture


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