Fluke 5500A Calibrador
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5500A
Fecha:
1994
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Multi Product Calibrator
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Introduction The Fluke Model 5500A Multi-Product Calibrator (Figure 1-1) is a precise instrument that calibrates a wide variety of electrical measuring instruments. With the 5500A Calibrator, you can calibrate precision multimeters that measure ac or dc voltage, ac or dc current, ac or dc power, resistance, capacitance, and temperature. With the Oscilloscope Calibration option, you can use the 5500A Calibrator to calibrate analog and digital oscilloscopes. The 5500A Calibrator is a fully programmable precision source of the following: · DC voltage from 0 V to +1020 V. · AC voltage from 1 mV to 1020 V, with output from 10 Hz to 500 kHz. · AC current from 0.01 μΛ to 11.0 A, with output from 10 Hz to 10 kHz. · DC current from 0 to +11.0 A. · Resistance values from a short circuit to 330 MW. · Capacitance values from 330 pF to 1100 mF. · Simulated output for three types of Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs). · Simulated output for nine types of thermocouples. Features of the 5500A Calibrator include the following: · Automatic meter error calculation. · I TTI and I h| keys that change the output value to pre-determined cardinal values for various functions. · Programmable entry limits that prevent invalid amounts from being entered. · Simultaneous output of voltage and current, up to 11 kW. · Simultaneous output of two voltages. · Extended bandwidth mode outputs multiple waveforms down to 0.01 Hz, and sine waves to 2 MHz. · Variable phase signal output. · Standard IEEE-488 (GPIB) Interface, complying with ANSI/IEEE Standards 488.1-1987 and 488.2-1987. · EIA Standard RS-232-C serial data Interface for printing, displaying, or transferring internally stored calibration constants, and for remote control of the 5500A, · Pass-through RS-232-C serial data Interface for communicating with the Unit Under Test (UUT). · Extensive automatic internal self testing and diagnostics of analog and digital functions.

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1 Introduction and Specifications 1-1 1-1. Introduction ... 1-3 1-2. Service Information ... 1-4 1-3. Specifications ... 1-4 1-4. General Specifications ... 1-6 1-5. DC Voltage Specifications ... 1-7 1-6. DC Current Specifications ... 1-8 1-7. Resistance Specifications ... 1-9 1-8. AC Voltage (Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-10 1-9. AC Current (Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-13 1-10. Capacitance Specifications ... 1-15 1-11. Temperatore Calibration (Thermocouple) Specifications ... 1-16 1-12. Temperature Calibration (RTD) Specifications ... 1-17 1-13. DC Power Specification Summary ... 1-19 1-14. AC Power (45 Hz to 65 Hz) Specification Summary, PF=1 ... 1-20 1-15. Power and Dual Output Limit Specifications ... 1-21 1-16. 5500A Phase Specifications ... 1-21 1-17. Calculating Power Uncertainty ... 1-23 1-18. Additional Specifications ... 1-24 1-19. Frequency Specifications ... 1-24 1-20. Harmonics (2nd to 50th) Specifications ... 1-25 1-21. AC Voltage (Sinewave) Extended Bandwidth Specifications ... 1-26 1-22. AC Voltage (Non-Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-27 1-23. AC Voltage, DC Offset Specifications ... 1-28 1-24. AC Voltage, Squarewave Characteristics ... 1-29 1-25. AC Voltage, Trianglewave Characteristics (typical) ... 1-29 1-26. AC Current (Sinewave) Extended Bandwidth Specifications ... 1-29 1-27. AC Current (Non-Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-30 1-28. AC Current, Squarewave Characteristics (typical) ... 1-31 1-29. AC Current, Trianglewave Characteristics (typical) ... 1-31 2 Theory of Operation ... 2-1 2-1. Introduction ... 2-3 2-2. Encoder Assembly (A2) ... 2-4 2-3. Synthesized Impedance Assembly (A5) ... 2-4 2-4. DDS Assembly (A6) ... 2-5 2-5. Current Assembly (A7) ... 2-6 2-6. Voltage Assembly (A8) ... 2-7 2-7. Main CPU Assembly (A9) ... 2-8 2-8. Power Supplies ... 2-8 2-9. Outguard Supplies ... 2-8 2-10. Inguard Supplies ... 2-8 3 Calibration and Verification ... 3-1 3-1. Introduction ... 3-3 3-2. Calibration ... 3-3 3-3. Equipment Required for Calibration and Verification ... 3-3 3-4. Starting Calibration ... 3-4 3-5. How the Calibration Procedure Works ... 3-4 3-6. DC Volts ... 3-5 3-7. AC Volts ... 3-5 3-8. Thermocouple Measuring ... 3-6 3-9. DC Current ... 3-7 3-10. AC Current ... 3-8 3-11. AUX DC Volts ... 3-8 3-12. AUX AC Volts ... 3-9 3-13. Resistance ... 3-9 3-14. Capacitance ... 3-12 3-15. Capacitance, Four-Wire Comp ... 3-14 3-16. Frequency ... 3-14 3-17. NORMAL Volts and AUX Volts Phase ... 3-15 3-18. Volts and AUX Current Phase ... 3-15 3-19. Remote Commands for 5500A Calibration ... 3-16 3-20. Generating a Calibration Report ... 3-18 3-21. Calibration Shifts Report, Printout Format ... 3-18 3-22. Calibration Shifts Report, Spreadsheet Format ... 3-19 3-23. Calibration Constant Report, Printout Format ... 3-19 3-24. Calibration Constants Report, Spreadsheet Format ... 3-20 3-25. Performance Verification Tests ... 3-20 3-26. Zeroing the Calibrator ... 3-20 3-27. DC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 3-21 3-28. DC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (AUX) ... 3-21 3-29. DC Current Amplitude Accuracy ... 3-22 3-30. Resistance Accuracy ... 3-23 3-31. Resistance DC Offset Measurement ... 3-24 3-32. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 3-25 3-33. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (AUX) ... 3-27 3-34. AC Current Amplitude Accuracy ... 3-28 3-35. Capacitance Accuracy ... 3-29 3-36. Thermocouple Measurement Accuracy ... 3-31 3-37. Thermocouple Sourcing Accuracy ... 3-31 3-38. Thermocouple Measuring Accuracy ... 3-31 3-39. DC Power Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 3-32 3-40. DC Power Amplitude Accuracy (AUX) ... 3-32 3-41. AC Power Amplitude Accuracy (High Voltage) ... 3-33 3-42. AC Power Amplitude Accuracy (High Current) ... 3-33 3-43. AC Power Amplitude Accuracy (High Power) ... 3-34 3-44. Phase and Frequency Accuracy ... 3-34 3-45. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy, Squarewave (NORMAL) ... 3-36 3-46. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy, Squarewave (AUX) ... 3-37 3-47. AC Voltage Harmonic Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 3-38 3-48. AC Voltage Harmonic Amplitude Accuracy (AUX) ... 3-39 3-49. DC Voltage Offset Accuracy ... 3-39 3-50. AC Voltage Accuracy with a DC Offset ... 3-40 4 Maintenance ... 4-1 4-1. Introduction ... 4-3 4-2. Access Procedures ... 4-3 4-3. Removing Analog Modules ... 4-3 4-4. Removing the Main CPU (A9) ... 4-3 4-5. Removing Rear Panel Assemblies ... 4-4 4-6. Removing the Filter PCA (A12) ... 4-4 4-7. Removing the Encoder (a2) and Display PCAs ... 4-4 4-8. Removing the Keyboard and Accessing the Output Block ... 4-4 4-9. Diagnostic Testing ... 4-7 4-10. Running Diagnostics ... 4-7 4-11. Sequence of Diagnostics Tests ... 4-7 4-12. Diagnostics Error Messages ... 4-7 4-13. Testing the Front Panel ... 4-13 4-14. Internal Fuse Replacement ... 4-14 4-15. Complete List of Error Messages ... 4-14 5 List of Replaceable Parts ... 5-1 5-1. Introduction ... 5-3 5-2. How to Obtain Parts ... 5-3 5-3. How to Contact Fluke ... 5-3 5-4. Parts Lists ... 5-4 6 Oscilloscope Calibration Options ... 6-1 SC600 Option ... 6-3 6-1. Introduction ... 6-5 6-2. Maintenance ... 6-5 6-3. SC600 Specifications ... 6-6 6-4. Volt Specifications ... 6-6 6-5. Edge Specifications ... 6-7 6-6. Leveled Sine Wave Specifications ... 6-8 6-7. Time Marker Specifications ... 6-9 6-8. Wave Generator Specifications ... 6-9 6-9. Pulse Generator Specifications ... 6-10 6-10. Trigger Signal Specifications (Pulse Function) ... 6-10 6-11. Trigger Signal Specifications (Time Marker Function) ... 6-10 6-12. Trigger Signal Specifications (Edge Function) ... 6-11 6-13. Trigger Signal Specifications (Square Wave Voltage Function) ... 6-11 6-14. Trigger Signal Specifications ... 6-11 6-15. Oscilloscope Input Resistance Measurement Specifications ... 6-11 6-16. Oscilloscope Input Capacitance Measurement Specifications ... 6-11 6-17. Overload Measurement Specifications ... 6-12 6-18. Theory of Operation ... 6-12 6-19. Voltage Mode ... 6-12 6-20. Edge Mode ... 6-12 6-21. Leveled Sine Wave Mode ... 6-12 6-22. Time Marker Mode ... 6-13 6-23. Wave Generator Mode ... 6-13 6-24. Input Impedance Mode (Resistance) ... 6-13 6-25. Input Impedance Mode (Capacitance) ... 6-13 6-26. Overload Mode ... 6-13 6-27. Equipment Required for Calibration and Verification ... 6-15 6-28. SC600 Calibration Setup ... 6-17 6-29. Calibration and Verification of Square Wave Voltage Functions ... 6-18 6-30. Overview of HP3458A Operation ... 6-18 6-31. Setup for SC600 Voltage Square Wave Measurements ... 6-18 6-32. Setup for SC600 Edge and Wave Gen Square Wave Measurements 6-20 6-33. DC Voltage Calibration ... 6-21 6-34. AC Voltage Calibration ... 6-21 6-35. Wave Generator Calibration ... 6-22 6-36. Edge Amplitude Calibration ... 6-22 6-37. Leveled Sine Wave Amplitude Calibration ... 6-23 6-38. Leveled Sine Wave Flatness Calibration ... 6-24 6-39. Low Frequency Calibration ... 6-24 6-40. High Frequency Calibration ... 6-25 6-41. Pulse Width Calibration ... 6-25 6-42. MeasZ Calibration ... 6-26 6-43. Verification ... 6-28 6-44. DC Voltage Verification ... 6-29 6-45. Verification at 1 MW ... 6-29 6-46. Verification at 50 W ... 6-29 6-47. AC Voltage Amplitude Verification ... 6-31 6-48. Verification at 1 MW ... 6-31 6-49. Verification at 50 W ... 6-33 6-50. AC Voltage Frequency Verification ... 6-34 6-51. Edge Amplitude Verification ... 6-35 6-52. Edge Frequency Verification ... 6-35 6-53. Edge Duty Cycle Verification ... 6-36 6-54. Edge Rise Time Verification ... 6-36 6-55. Edge Abberation Verification ... 6-38 6-56. Tunnel Diode Pulser Drive Amplitude Verification ... 6-39 6-57. Leveled Sine Wave Amplitude Verification ... 6-40 6-58. Leveled Sine Wave Frequency Verification ... 6-41 6-59. Leveled Sine Wave Harmonics Verification ... 6-42 6-60. Leveled Sine Wave Flatness Verification ... 6-44 6-61. Equipment Setup for Low Frequency Flatness ... 6-44 6-62. Equipment Setup for High Frequency Flatness ... 6-44 6-63. Low Frequency Verification ... 6-46 6-64. High Frequency Verification ... 6-46 6-65. Time Marker Verification ... 6-51 6-66. Wave Generator Verification ... 6-52 6-67. Verification at 1 MW ... 6-52 6-68. Verification at 50 W ... 6-53 6-69. Pulse Width Verification ... 6-56 6-70. Pulse Period Verification ... 6-57 6-71. MeasZ Resistance Verification ... 6-57 6-72. MeasZ Capacitance Verification ... 6-58 6-73. Overload Function Verification ... 6-59 6-74. SC600 Hardware Adjustments ... 6-60 6-75. Equipment Required ... 6-60 6-76. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave Function ... 6-60 6-77. Equipment Setup ... 6-61 6-78. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave VCO Balance ... 6-61 6-79. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave Harmonics ... 6-62 6-80. Adjusting the Aberrations for the Edge Function ... 6-62 6-81. Equipment Setup ... 6-63 6-82. Adjusting the Edge Aberrations ... 6-63 SC300 Option ... 6-65 6-83. Introduction ... 6-67 6-84. Maintenance ... 6-67 6-85. SC300 Specifications ... 6-68 6-86. Voltage Function Specifications ... 6-68 6-87. Edge Function Specifications ... 6-69 6-88. Leveled Sine Wave Function Specifications ... 6-70 6-89. Time Marker Function Specifications ... 6-71 6-90. Wave Generator Specifications ... 6-71 6-91. Trigger Signal Specifications for the Time Marker Function ... 6-72 6-92. Trigger Signal Specifications for the Edge Function ... 6-72 6-93. Theory of Operation ... 6-72 6-94. Voltage Mode ... 6-72 6-95. Edge Mode ... 6-72 6-96. Leveled Sine Wave Mode ... 6-72 6-97. Time Marker Mode ... 6-72 6-98. Wave Generator Mode ... 6-73 6-99. Equipment Required for Calibration and Verification ... 6-75 6-100. SC300 Calibration Setup ... 6-77 6-101. Calibration and Verification of Square Wave Functions ... 6-78 6-102. Overview of HP3458A Operation ... 6-78 6-103. Setup for Square Wave Measurements ... 6-78 6-104. DC Voltage Calibration ... 6-79 6-105. AC Square Wave Voltage Calibration ... 6-80 6-106. Edge Amplitude Calibration ... 6-81 6-107. Leveled Sine Wave Amplitude Calibration ... 6-81 6-108. Leveled Sine Wave Flatness Calibration ... 6-82 6-109. Low Frequency Calibration ... 6-83 6-110. High Frequency Calibration ... 6-83 6-111. Verification ... 6-84 6-112. DC Voltage Verification ... 6-84 6-113. Verification at 1 MW ... 6-84 6-114. Verification at 50 W ... 6-84 6-115. AC Voltage Amplitude Verification ... 6-87 6-116. Verification at 1 MW ... 6-87 6-117. Verification at 50 W ... 6-89 6-118. AC Voltage Frequency Verification ... 6-90 6-119. Edge Amplitude Verification ... 6-91 6-120. Edge Frequency Verification ... 6-92 6-121. Edge Duty Cycle Verification ... 6-93 6-122. Edge Rise Time Verification ... 6-93 6-123. Edge Abberation Verification ... 6-95 6-124. Leveled Sine Wave Reference Verification ... 6-96 6-125. Leveled Sine Wave Frequency Verification ... 6-97 6-126. Leveled Sine Wave Harmonics Verification ... 6-98 6-127. Leveled Sine Wave Flatness Verification ... 6-100 6-128. Equipment Setup for Low Frequency Flatness ... 6-100 6-129. Equipment Setup for High Frequency Flatness ... 6-100 6-130. Low Frequency Verification ... 6-102 6-131. High Frequency Verification ... 6-102 6-132. Time Marker Verification ... 6-107 6-133. Wave Generator Verification ... 6-108 6-134. Verification at 1 MW ... 6-109 6-135. Verification at 50 W ... 6-109 6-136. SC300 Hardware Adjustments ... 6-111 6-137. Equipment Required ... 6-112 6-138. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave Function ... 6-112 6-139. Equipment Setup ... 6-112 6-140. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave Harmonics ... 6-112 6-141. Adjusting the Aberrations for the Edge Function ... 6-113 6-142. Equipment Setup ... 6-113 6-143. Adjusting the Edge Aberrations ... 6-113 6-144. SC300 Hardware Adjustments for the A4 Board ... 6-115 6-145. Equipment Required ... 6-115 6-146. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave Function ... 6-115 6-147. Equipment Setup ... 6-115 6-148. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave VCO Balance ... 6-115 6-149. Adjusting the Leveled Sine Wave Harmonics ... 6-116 6-150. Adjusting the Aberrations for the Edge Function ... 6-117 6-151. Equipment Setup ... 6-117 6-152. Adjusting the Edge Aberrations for Board 5500A-4004-1 ... 6-118 6-153. Adjusting the Edge Aberrations for Board 5500A-4004 ... 6-120 6-154. Adjusting the Rise Time for the Edge Function ... 6-122 6-155. Equipment Setup ... 6-122 6-156. Adjusting the Edge Rise Time ... 6-122

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Replacing the Fuse ... 4 Selecting Line Voltage ... 5 Front Panel Features ... 5 Rear Panel Features ... 10 Setup Menu ... 12 Instrument Setup Menu ... 12 Selecting an Externa! Amplifier ... 12 Utility Functions Menu ... 13 Format EEPROM Menu ... 13 Zeroing the Calibrator ... 15 Operate and Standby ... 16 Connecting the Calibrator to a UÜT ... 16 When to Use EARTH ... 16 Four-Wire versus Two-Wire Connections ... 16 Cable Connections ... 17 Setting the Output ... 20 Setting DC Voltage Output ... 20 Setting AC Voltage Output ... 21 Setting DC Current Output ... 23 Setting AC Current Output ... ,.,, ... 24 Setting DC Power Output ... 25 Setting AC Power Output ... ,.., ... 27 Setting a Dual DC Voltage Output ... 29 Setting a Dual AC Voltage Output ... 30 Setting Resistance Output ... 33 Setting Capacitance Output ... 34 Setting Temperature Simulation (Thermocouple) ... 35 Setting Temperature Simulation (RID) ... 37 Measuring Thermocouple Temperatures ... 38 Waveform Types ... 41 Sinewave ... 41 TriangSewave ... 41 Squarewave ... 42 Truncated Sinewave ... 42 Setting Harmonics ... 43 Adjusting the Phase ... 44 Entering a Phase Angle ... 45 Entering a Power Factor ... 45 Entering a DC Offset ... 46 Using the 5725A Amplifier ... 47 5725A Amplifier Output ... 48 Editing and Error Output Settings ... 49 Editing the Output Setting ... 49 Displaying the Output Error ... 50 Using Multiply and Divide ... 50 Setting Output Limits ... 50 Setting Voltage and Current Limits ... 50

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1 Introduction and Specifications 1-1 1-1. Introduction ... 1-3 1-2. How to Contact Fluke ... 1-4 1-3. Operation Overview ... 1-4 1-4. Local Operation ... 1-4 1-5. Remote Operation (RS-232) ... 1-4 1-6. Remote Operation (IEEE-488) ... 1-5 1-7. Where To Go from Here ... 1-6 1-8. Instruction Manuals ... 1-6 1-9. 5500A Operator Manual ... 1-6 1-10. 5500A Operator Reference Guide ... 1-7 1-11. 5500A Remote Programming Reference Guide ... 1-7 1-12. 5500A Service Manual ... 1-7 1-13. 5725A Amplifier ... 1-7 1-14. Specifications ... 1-8 1-15. General Specifications ... 1-10 1-16. DC Voltage Specifications ... 1-11 1-17. DC Current Specifications ... 1-12 1-18. Resistance Specifications ... 1-13 1-19. AC Voltage (Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-14 1-20. AC Current (Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-16 1-21. Capacitance Specifications ... 1-18 1-22. Temperature Calibration (Thermocouple) Specifications ... 1-19 1-23. Temperature Calibration (RTD) Specifications ... 1-21 1-24. DC Power Specification Summary ... 1-23 1-25. AC Power (45 Hz to 65 Hz) Specification Summary, PF=1 ... 1-24 1-26. Power and Dual Output Limit Specifications ... 1-25 1-27. 5500A Phase Specifications ... 1-26 1-28. Calculating Power Uncertainty ... 1-27 1-29. Additional Specifications ... 1-28 1-30. Frequency Specifications ... 1-28 1-31. Harmonics (2nd to 50th) Specifications ... 1-29 1-32. AC Voltage (Sinewave) Extended Bandwidth Specifications ... 1-30 1-33. AC Voltage (Non-Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-31 1-34. AC Voltage, DC Offset Specifications ... 1-32 1-35. AC Voltage, Squarewave Characteristics ... 1-33 1-36. AC Voltage, Triangle wave Characteristics (typical) ... 1-33 1-37. AC Current (Sinewave) Extended Bandwidth Specifications ... 1-33 1-38. AC Current (Non-Sinewave) Specifications ... 1-34 1-39. AC Current, Squarewave Characteristics (typical) ... 1-36 1-40. AC Current, Trianglewave Characteristics (typical) ... 1-36 2 Preparing for Operation ... 2-1 2-1. Introduction ... 2-3 2-2. Unpacking and Inspection ... 2-3 2-3. Replacing The Fuse ... 2-3 2-4. Selecting Line Voltage ... 2-4 2-5. Connecting To Line Power ... 2-4 2-6. Service Information ... 2-6 2-7. Placement and Rack Mounting ... 2-7 2-8. Cooling Considerations ... 2-7 2-9. Connecting the 5725A Amplifier ... 2-7 3 Features ... 3-1 3-1. Introduction ... 3-3 3-2. Front Panel Features ... 3-3 3-3. Rear Panel Features ... 3-3 3-4. Softkey Menu Trees ... 3-3 4 Front Panel Operation ... 4-1 4-1. Introduction ... 4-3 4-2. Turning on the Calibrator ... 4-3 4-3. Warming up the Calibrator ... 4-4 4-4. Using the Softkeys ... 4-4 4-5. Using the Setup Menu ... 4-4 4-6. Using the Instrument Setup Menu ... 4-5 4-7. Selecting an External Amplifier ... 4-5 4-8. Utility Functions Menu ... 4-6 4-9. Using the Format EEPROM Menu ... 4-6 4-10. Resetting the Calibrator ... 4-7 4-11. Zeroing the Calibrator ... 4-7 4-12. Using the Operate and Standby Modes ... 4-8 4-13. Connecting the Calibrator to a UUT ... 4-9 4-14. Recommended Cable and Connector Types ... 4-9 4-15. When to Use EARTH ... 4-10 4-16. Four-Wire versus Two-Wire Connections ... 4-10 4-17. Cable Connection Instructions ... 4-11 4-18. Rms Versus Peak-to-Peak Waveforms ... 4-16 4-19. Auto Range Versus Locked Range ... 4-17 4-20. Setting the Output ... 4-17 4-21. Setting DC Voltage Output ... 4-18 4-22. Setting AC Voltage Output ... 4-19 4-23. Setting DC Current Output ... 4-21 4-24. Setting AC Current Output ... 4-22 4-25. Setting DC Power Output ... 4-24 4-26. Setting AC Power Output ... 4-25 4-27. Setting a Dual DC Voltage Output ... 4-28 4-28. Setting a Dual AC Voltage Output ... 4-30 4-29. Setting Resistance Output ... 4-32 4-30. Setting Capacitance Output ... 4-33 4-31. Setting Temperature Simulation (Thermocouple) ... 4-35 4-32. Setting Temperature Simulation (RTD) ... 4-37 4-33. Measuring Thermocouple Temperatures ... 4-39 4-34. Waveform Types ... 4-40 4-35. Sinewave ... 4-41 4-36. Trianglewave ... 4-41 4-37. Squarewave ... 4-41 4-38. Truncated Sinewave ... 4-42 4-39. Setting Harmonics ... 4-42 4-40. Adjusting the Phase ... 4-43 4-41. Entering a Phase Angle ... 4-44 4-42. Entering a Power Factor ... 4-45 4-43. Entering a DC Offset ... 4-46 4-44. Using the 5725A Amplifier ... 4-47 4-45. 5725A Amplifier Output ... 4-48 4-46. Editing and Error Output Settings ... 4-49 4-47. Editing the Output Setting ... 4-49 4-48. Displaying the Output Error ... 4-50 4-49. Using Multiply and Divide ... 4-50 4-50. Setting Output Limits ... 4-50 4-51. Setting Voltage and Current Limits ... 4-51 4-52. Sample Applications ... 4-52 4-53. Calibrating an 80 Series Handheld Multimeter ... 4-52 4-54. Cables ... 4-52 4-55. EARTH Connection ... 4-52 4-56. Testing the Meter ... 4-53 4-57. Calibrating the Meter ... 4-57 4-58. Testing a Model 41 Power Harmonics Analyzer ... 4-58 4-59. Testing Watts, VA, VAR Performance ... 4-58 4-60. Testing Harmonics Volts Performance ... 4-60 4-61. Testing Harmonics Amps Performance ... 4-61 4-62. Calibrating a Fluke 51 Thermometer ... 4-61 4-63. Testing the Thermometer ... 4-62 4-64. Calibrating the Thermometer ... 4-63 5 Remote Operation ... 5-1 5-1. Introduction ... 5-4 5-2. Setting up the IEEE-488 Port for Remote Control ... 5-4 5-3. IEEE-488 Port Setup Procedure ... 5-7 5-4. Testing the IEEE-488 Port ... 5-8 5-5. Setting up the RS-232 Host Port for Remote Control ... 5-10 5-6. RS-232 Host Port Setup Procedure ... 5-10 5-7. Testing the RS-232 Host Port ... 5-12 5-8. Testing RS-232 Host Port Operation using a Terminal ... 5-12 5-9. Testing RS-232 Host Port Operation using Visual Basic ... 5-14 5-10. Setting up the RS-232 UUT Port for Remote Control ... 5-15 5-11. RS-232 UUT Port Setup Procedure ... 5-15 5-12. Testing the RS-232 UUT Port via RS-232 Host Port ... 5-17 5-13. Testing RS-232 UUT Port Operation via a Terminal ... 5-17 5-14. Testing RS-232 UUT Port Operation using Visual Basic ... 5-18 5-15. Testing the RS-232 UUT Port via IEEE-488 Port ... 5-19 5-16. Changing between Remote and Local Operation ... 5-21 5-17. Local State ... 5-21 5-18. Local with Lockout State ... 5-21 5-19. Remote State ... 5-21 5-20. Remote with Lockout State ... 5-21 5-21. RS-232 Interface Overview ... 5-22 5-22. IEEE-488 Interface Overview ... 5-23 5-23. Using Commands ... 5-25 5-24. Types of Commands ... 5-25 5-25. Device-Dependent Commands ... 5-25 5-26. Common Commands ... 5-26 5-27. Query Commands ... 5-26 5-28. Interface Messages (IEEE-488) ... 5-26 5-29. Compound Commands ... 5-28 5-30. Coupled Commands ... 5-28 5-31. Overlapped Commands ... 5-29 5-32. Sequential Commands ... 5-29 5-34. Commands for RS-232 Only ... 5-29 5-35. Commands for IEEE-488 Only ... 5-30 5-36. Command Syntax ... 5-31 5-37. Parameter Syntax Rules ... 5-31 5-38. Extra Space or Tab Characters ... 5-32 5-39. Terminators ... 5-33 5-40. Incoming Character Processing ... 5-33 5-41. Response Message Syntax ... 5-34 5-42. Checking 5500A Status ... 5-35 5-43. Serial Poll Status Byte (STB) ... 5-35 5-44. Service Request (SRQ) Line ... 5-37 5-45. Service Request Enable Register (SRE) ... 5-37 5-46. Programming the STB and SRE ... 5-38 5-47. Event Status Register (ESR) ... 5-38 5-48. Event Status Enable (ESE) Register ... 5-38 5-49. Bit Assignments for the ESR and ESE ... 5-38 5-50. Programming the ESR and ESE ... 5-39 5-51. Instrument Status Register (ISR) ... 5-40 5-52. Instrument Status Change Registers ... 5-40 5-53. Instrument Status Change Enable Registers ... 5-40 5-54. Bit Assignments for the ISR, ISCR, and ISCE ... 5-40 5-55. Programming the ISR, ISCR, and ISCE ... 5-42 5-56. Output Queue ... 5-42 5-57. Error Queue ... 5-43 5-58. Remote Program Examples ... 5-43 5-59. Guidelines for Programming the Calibrator ... 5-43 5-60. Writing an SRQ and Error Handler ... 5-44 5-61. Verifying a Meter on the IEEE-488 Bus ... 5-45 5-62. Verifying a Meter on the RS-232 UUT Serial Port ... 5-45 5-63. Using *OPC?, *OPC, and *WAI ... 5-45 5-64. Taking a Thermocouple Measurement ... 5-46 5-65. Using the RS-232 UUT Port to Control an instrument ... 5-46 5-66. Input Buffer Operation ... 5-47 6 Remote Commands ... 6-1 6-1. Introduction ... 6-3 6-2. Command Summary by Function ... 6-3 6-3. Summary of Commands and Queries ... 6-8 7 Maintenance ... 7-1 7-1. Introduction ... 7-3 7-2. Replacing the Line Fuse ... 7-3 7-3. Cleaning the Air Filter ... 7-4 7-4. General Cleaning ... 7-6 7-5. Performing a Calibration Check ... 7-6 7-6. Performance Tests ... 7-7 7-7. DC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 7-7 7-8. DC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (AUX) ... 7-8 7-9. DC Current Amplitude Accuracy ... 7-9 7-10. Resistance Accuracy ... 7-10 7-11. Resistance DC Offset Measurement ... 7-11 7-12. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 7-12 7-13. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy (AUX) ... 7-13 7-14. AC Current Amplitude Accuracy ... 7-14 7-15. Capacitance Accuracy ... 7-16 7-16. Thermocouple Measurement Accuracy ... 7-17 7-17. Thermocouple Sourcing Accuracy ... 7-17 7-18. Thermocouple Measuring Accuracy ... 7-17 7-19. DC Power Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 7-18 7-20. DC Power Amplitude Accuracy (AUX) ... 7-18 7-21. AC Power Amplitude Accuracy (High Voltage) ... 7-19 7-22. AC Power Amplitude Accuracy (High Current) ... 7-19 7-23. AC Power Amplitude Accuracy (High Power) ... 7-20 7-24. Phase and Frequency Accuracy ... 7-21 7-25. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy, Squarewave (NORMAL) ... 7-22 7-26. AC Voltage Amplitude Accuracy, Squarewave (AUX) ... 7-23 7-27. AC Voltage Harmonic Amplitude Accuracy (NORMAL) ... 7-24

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