SRS Stanford Research Systems SR785 Analyzer
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Model:
SR785
Date:
1995
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Group:
Description:
Dynamic Signal Analyzer

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Measurements FFT Group FFT (Linear Spectrum) Time Record Windowed Time Time Capture Frequency Response Power Spectrum Cross Spectrum Coherence Orbit User Math Functions Correlation Group Cross Correlation Autocorrelation Time Record Windowed Time Time Capture User Math Functions Octave Analysis Group 1/1, 1/3, 1/12 Octave Time Capture User Math Functions LEQ Impulse Swept Sine Group Spectrum Transfer Function Cross Spectrum Normalized Variance User Math Functions Time Histogram Group Histogram Probability Density Cumulative Density Unfiltered Time Record User Math Functions Time Capture Views Log Magnitude Linear Magnitude Magnitude Squared Real Part Imaginary Part Phase Unwrapped Phase Nichols Plot Nyquist Plot Displays Single Dual Upper/Lower Front/Back Waterfall with Skew Zoom and Pan FFT Resolution 100, 200, 400 or 800 FFT lines FFT Windows Hanning Blackman-Harris Flattop Kaiser Uniform Force/Exponential User defined Correlation Windows [-T/2..T/2] [-T/4..T/4] [0..T/2] Averaging RMS Vector Peak Hold Linear or Exponential Preview Time Records Equal Confidence Analysis Harmonic Sideband Band Peak Finding THD/THD+N Limit Testing Data Table Exceedance (LN) Statistics Waterfall Slice Curve Fitting Curve Synthesis User Math +, -, *, / Conjugate Magnitude/Phase Real/Imaginary Sqrt FFT/Inverse FFT jω Log/Exp d/dx Group Delay A, B, C Wt Source Outputs Sine Two Tone Swept Sine Offset White/Pink Noise Burst Noise Chirp Burst Chirp Arbitrary Trigger Arming Auto Arm Manual Arm RPM Arm Time Arm Trigger Sources Continuous Internal External External/TTL Source Manual Time Capture Capture time data for later analysis (FFT or Octave). Up to 2 Msamples of data can be saved with standard memory, 8 Msamples with optional memory. Storage 3.5”, 1.44 Mbytes, DOS formatted disk. Save data, setups and hardcopy. Hard Copy Print to dot matrix or LaserJet/InkJet printers. Plot to HPGL or Postscript plotters. Print/Plot on-line (serial, parallel or IEEE-488) or to disk file. GIF, EPS and PCX graphic formats available for disk output. File Translation Native SR785 binary files can be converted to: ASCII, MATLAB® .MAT Files, Universal File Format, and HP SDF v3 Files.SDF and SR780 files can be converted to native SR785 binary format. Interfaces RS232 serial, Centronics parallel and IEEE-488. Help On screen help system provides Operating Manual and Programming Reference on-line.

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Manuale d'uso
Manual type:
Manuale d'uso
Pages:
554
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3.63 Mbytes (3809357 Bytes)
Language:
english
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1.3
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01 September 2004
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Operating Manual and Programming Reference Safety and Preparation For Use i Contents iii Table of Figures vii Features ix Specifications xi Chapter 1 Getting Started General Installation 1-3 Front Panel Quick Start 1-4 Things To Watch Out For 1-6 Analyzing a Sine Wave 1-9 Measuring a Frequency Response Function 1-13 Linking (Advanced Operation) 1-17 Triggering and the Time Record 1-21 Octave Analysis 1-25 Capture 1-29 Waterfall Display 1-37 Swept Sine Measurement 1-45 Saving and Recalling 1-51 User Math Functions 1-57 Limit Testing 1-61 Exceedance Statistics 1-65 Chapter 2 Analyzer Basics Measurement Groups 2-5 What is an FFT? 2-7 FFT Frequency Spans 2-9 FFT Time Record 2-11 FFT Windowing 2-13 FFT Measurements 2-17 Views 2-22 FFT Averaging 2-25 Real Time Bandwidth and Overlap 2-28 Waterfall Display 2-31 Capture Buffer 2-34 The Source 2-37 Correlation Analysis 2-39 Octave Analysis 2-42 Swept Sine Measurements 2-48 Order Analysis 2-57 Time/Histogram Measurements 2-60 Trace Storage 2-62 User Math Functions 2-63 Signal Inputs 2-67 Input Connections 2-70 Intrinsic Noise Sources 2-72 External Noise Sources 2-73 Curve Fitting and Synthesis 2-77 Chapter 3 Operation Overview 3-3 Front Panel Connectors 3-6 Rear Panel Connectors 3-8 Screen Display 3-11 Status Indicators 3-18 Keypad 3-24 Normal and Alternate Keys 3-24 Menu Keys 3-25 Entry Keys 3-26 Control Keys 3-29 Function Keys 3-35 Macros 3-39 Chapter 4 Menus Frequency Menus 4-7 FFT Frequency Menu 4-7 Octave Frequency Menu 4-12 Swept Sine Frequency Menu 4-15 Order Frequency Menu 4-19 Time/Histogram Frequency Menu 4-23 Display Setup Menu 4-25 Display Options Menu 4-46 Marker Menu 4-50 Normal Marker Menu 4-54 Harmonic Marker Menu 4-58 Sideband Marker Menu 4-61 Band Marker Menu 4-64 Frequency/Damping Marker Menu 4-66 Source Menus 4-67 Sine Source Menu 4-71 Chirp Source Menu 4-73 Noise Source Menu 4-75 Arbitrary Source Menu 4-78 Swept Sine Source Menu 4-83 Input Menu 4-87 Input Configuration Menu 4-89 Transducer Parameter Menu 4-92 Tachometer Input Menu 4-95 Playback Input Menu 4-97 Trigger Menu 4-100 Average Menus 4-107 FFT, Correlation, and Order Average Menu 4-107 Octave Average Menu 4-115 Swept Sine Average Menu 4-119 User Math Menu 4-122 Window Menu 4-131 Waterfall Menu 4-135 Capture Menu 4-143 Analysis Menu 4-147 Data Table Analysis Menu 4-150 Limit Testing Analysis Menu 4-152 Marker Statistics Analysis Menu 4-156 Exceedance Statistics Analysis Menu 4-159 Curve Fit Menu 4-161 Disk Menu 4-167 Nodal Degree-of-Freedom Menu 4-171 Recall Settings Menu 4-174 Disk Buffers Menu 4-177 Disk Upkeep Menu 4-182 Output Menu 4-184 System Menu 4-191 System Remote Menu 4-194 System Preferences Menu 4-196 System Date/Time Menu 4-199 System Diagnostics Menu 4-200 Edit Macro Menu 4-203 Chapter 5 Programming Index of Commands 5-2 Alphabetical List of Commands 5-12 Introduction 5-21 Command Syntax 5-25 Frequency Commands 5-28 Display Setup Commands 5-37 Display Options Commands 5-43 Marker Commands 5-45 Source Commands 5-53 Input Commands 5-60 Trigger Commands 5-66 Average Commands 5-68 User Math Commands 5-74 Window Commands 5-78 Waterfall Commands 5-80 Capture Commands 5-83 Memory Allocation Commands 5-84 Data Table Commands 5-85 Limit Test Commands 5-87 Marker Statistics Commands 5-89 Exceedance Statistics Commands 5-90 Disk Commands 5-94 Output Commands 5-97 System Commands 5-100 Front Panel Commands 5-102 Data Transfer Commands 5-107 Interface Commands 5-117 Nodal Degree-of-Freedom Commands 5-118 Status Reporting Commands 5-120 Status Word Definitions 5-124 Example Program 5-129 Chapter 6 File Conversion Why File Conversion? 6-2 SR785 File Types 6-3 Supported External File Types 6-4 Using the File Conversion Utility 6-5

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