Информация по оборудованию:

Fluke 199 Область метр
Производитель:
Fluke
Модель: 199
Дата: 2000
Категория: Измерительная техника
Группа: Область метр
Описание: Scopemeter
Информация:
                                    The Fluke 192/196/199 ScopeMeter test tools have three input
channels that are electrically floating with respect to each
other, and with respect to the power adapter input.

Channel A and channel B are Oscilloscope channels with a
60/100/200 MHz bandwidth. The Meter/External Trigger channel
is a combined DMM and external trigger channel with a
limited (20 kHz) bandwidth.

Эти руководства доступны для вышеуказанного оборудования:

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Руководство Тип: Руководство по техническому обслуживанию Fluke-10095-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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Информация:
1.1
Introduction ... 1-3

1.2	Safety
Precautions ... 1-3

1.3	Caution and Warning
Statements ... 1-3

1.4
Symbols ... 1-3

1.5	Impaired
Safety ... 1
-4 '

1.6	General Safety
Information ... 1-4

2
Characteristics ... 2-1

2.1
Introduction ... 2-3

2.2	Dual Input
Oscilloscope ... 2-3

2.2.1	Isolated Inputs A and B
(Vertical) ... 2-3

2.2.2
Horizontal ... 2-4

2.2.3	Trigger and
Delay ... 2-4

2.2.4	Automatic Connect&View
Trigger ... 2-4

2.2.5	Edge
Trigger ... 2-5

2.2.6	Isolated External
Trigger ... 2-5

2.2.7	Video
Trigger ... 2-5

2.2.8	Pulse Width
Trigger ... 2-5

2.2.9	Continuous Auto
Set ... 2-5

2.2.10	Automatic Capturing Scope
Screens ... 2-6

2.3	Automatic Scope
Measurements ... 2-6

2.3.1
General ... 2-6

2.3.2	DC Voltage
(VDC) ... 2-6

2.3.3	AC Voltage
(VAC) ... 2-6

2.3.4	AC+DC Voltage (True
RMS) ... 2-7

2.3.5	Amperes
(AMP) ... 2-7

2.3.6
Peak ... 2-7

2.3.7	Frequency
(Hz) ... 2-8

2.3.8	Duty Cycle
(DUTY) ... 2-8

2.3.9	Pulse Width
(PULSE) ... 2-8

2.3.10
Power ... 2-8

2.3.11
Phase ... 2-8
2.3.12	Temperature
(TEMP) ... 2-9

2.3.13	Decibel
(dB) ... 2-9

2.4
Meter ... 2-9

2.4.1	Meter
Input ... 2-9

2.4.2	Meter
Functions ... 2-9

2.5	DMM Measurements on Meter
Inputs ... 2-9

2.5.1
General ... 2-9

2.5.2	Ohms
(£2) ... 2-10

2.5.3	Continuity
(CONT) ... 2-10

2.5.4
Diode ... 2-10

2.5.5	Temperature
(TEMP) ... 2-10

2.5.6	DC Voltage
(VDC) ... 2-10

2.5.7	AC Voltage
(VAC) ... 2-11

2.5.8	AC+DC Voltage (True
RMS) ... 2-11

2.5.9	Amperes
(AMP) ... 2-11

2.6
Recorder ... 2-11

2.6.1	TrendPlot (Meter or
Scope) ... 2-11

2.6.2	Scope
Record ... 2-12

2.7	Zoom, Replay and
Cursors ... 2-12

2.7.1
Zoom ... 2-12

2.7.2
Replay ... 2-12

2.7.3	Cursor
Measurements ... 2-12

2.8
Miscellaneous ... 2-13

2.8.1
Display ... 2-13

7. .8.7 /l
Power ... 2-13

2.8.3	Probe
Calibration ... 2-13

2.8.4
Memory ... 2-13

2.8.5
Mechanical ... 2-13

2.8.6	Optical Interface
Port ... 2-14

2.9
Environmental ... 2-14

2.10	Zh
Safety ... 2-14

2.11	10:1
probe ... 2-16

2.11.1
Safety ... 2-16

2.11.2	Electrical
specifications ... 2-16

2.11.3
Environmental ... 2-16

2.12	Electromagnetic
Immunity ... 2-17

3	Circuit
Description ... 3-1

3.1
Introduction ... 3-3

3.2	Block
Diagram ... 3-3

3.3	Start-up Sequence, Operating
Modes ... 3-7

3.4	Detailed Circuit
Descriptions ... 3-9

3.4.1	Scope Channel A - Scope Channel
B ... 3-9

3.4.2	Meter/Ext Trigger
Channel ... 3-12

3.4.3	Sampling&Triggering
(S-ASIC) ... 3-14

3.4.4	S-ASIC
supply ... 3-19

3.4.5
ADC’s ... 3-19

3.4.6	Digital
Control ... 3-19

3.4.7
Power ... 3-24

3.4.8	Slow ADC, RS232 Serial Interface, Backlight,
Buzzer ... 3-28

4	Performance
Verification ... 4-1

4.1
Introduction ... 4-3

4.2	Equipment Required For
Verification ... 4-3
4.3	General
Instructions ... 4-3

4.4	Operating
Instructions ... 4-4

4.4.1	Resetting the test
tool ... 4-4

4.4.2	Navigating through
menu’s ... 4-4

4.4.3	Creating Test Tool Setup
1 ... 4-5

4.5	Display and Backlight
Test ... 4-5

4.6	Scope Input A&B
Tests ... 4-7

4.6.1	Input A&B Vertical Accuracy
Test ... 4-7

4.6.2	Input A&B DC Voltage Accuracy
Test ... 4-9

4.6.3	Input A&B AC Voltage Accuracy Test
(LF) ... 4-11

4.6.4	Input A&B AC Coupled Lower Frequency
Test ... 4-12

4.6.5	Input A and B Peak Measurements
Test ... 4-13

4.6.6	Input A&B Frequency Measurement Accuracy
Test ... 4-14

4.6.7	Input A&B Phase Measurements
Test ... 4-15

4.6.8	Time Base
Test ... 4-16

4.6.9	Input A Trigger Sensitivity
Test ... 4-18

4.6.10	Input A AC Voltage Accuracy (HF) & Bandwidth
Test ... 4-19

4.6.11	Input B Trigger Sensitivity
Test ... 4-20

4.6.12	Input B AC Voltage Accuracy (HF) & Bandwidth
Test ... 4-21

4.6.13	Video
test ... 4-22

4.7	External Trigger Level
Test ... 4-26

4.8	Meter (DMM)
Tests ... 4-27

4.8.1	Meter DC Voltage Accuracy
Test ... 4-27

4.8.2	Meter AC Voltage Accuracy & Frequency Response
Test ... 4-28

4.8.3	Continuity Function
Test ... 4-29

4.8.4	Diode Test Function
Test ... 4-29

4.8.5	Ohms Measurements
Test ... 4-29

4.9	Probe Calibration Generator
Test ... 4-31

5	Calibration
Adjustment ... 5-1

5.1
General ... 5-3

5.1.1
Introduction ... 5-3

5.1.2	Calibration number and
date ... 5-3

5.1.3	General
Instructions ... 5-3

5.1.4	Equipment Required For
Calibration ... 5-4

5.2	Calibration Procedure
Steps ... 5-4

5.3	Starting the
Calibration ... 5-4

5.4	Contrast Calibration
Adjustment ... 5-6

5.5	Warming Up &
Pre-Calibration ... 5-7

5.6	Final
Calibration ... 5-8

5.6.1	Input A LF-HF
Gain ... 5-8

5.6.2	Input B LF-HF
Gain ... 5-9

5.6.3	Input A&B LF-HF
Gain ... 5-11

5.6.4	Input A&B
Position ... 5-12

5.6.5	Input A&B Volt
Gain ... 5-12

5.6.6	DMM Volt
Gain ... 5-14

5.6.7	Input A& B, and DMM
Zero ... 5-15

5.6.8	DMM Ohm
Gain ... 5-15

5.6.9	Calculate
Gain ... 5-16

5.7	Save Calibration Data and
Exit ... 5-17

5.8	Probe
Calibration ... 5-18

6	Disassembling the Test
Tool ... 6-1

6.1.
Introduction ... 6-3
6.2. Disassembly & Reassembly
Procedures ... 6-3

6.2.1	Required
Tools ... 6-3

6.2.2	Removing the Tilt Stand & Hang
Strap ... 6-3

6.2.3	Replacing the Side-Strap, Changing the Side-Strap
Position ... 6-3

6.2.4	Opening the Test Tool, Removing the
Battery ... 6-3

6.2.5	Removing the Main PCA
Unit ... 6-5

6.2.6	Removing the Display
Assembly ... 6-6

6.2.7	Removing the Keypad and Keypad
Foil ... 6-6

6.2.8	Disassembling the Main PCA
Unit ... 6-7

6.2.9	Reassembling the Main PCA
Unit ... 6-8

6.2.10	Reassembling the Test
Tool ... 6-8

7	Corrective
Maintenance ... 7-1

7.1
Introduction ... 7-3

7.2	Starting Fault
Finding ... 7-4

7.3	Charger
Circuit ... 7-5

7.4	Starting with a Dead Test
Tool ... 7-6

7.4.1	Test Tool Completely
Dead ... 7-7

7.4.2	Test Tool Software Does not
Run ... 7-7

7.4.3	Software Runs, Test Tool not
Operative ... 7-8

7.5	Miscellaneous
Functions ... 7-8

7.5.1	Display and Back
Light ... 7-8

7.5.2	Fly Back
Converter ... 7-9

7.5.3	Slow ADC,
+3V3SADC ... 7-10

7.5.4
Keyboard ... 7-11

7.5.5	Optical Port (Serial RS232
Interface) ... 7-12

7.5.6	Channel A, Channel B
Measurements ... 7-12

7.5.7	Meter Channel (Ext Trigger, Probe
Cal) ... 7-13

7.5.8	Input Signal
Acquisition ... 7-16

7.5.9
ADC’s ... 7-18

7.5.10	Digital Control &
Memory ... 7-19

7.5.11	Buzzer
Circuit ... 7-20

7.5.12	RAM
Test ... 7-20

7.5.13	Power
ON/OFF ... 7-21

7.6	Loading
Software ... 7-21

8	List of Replaceable
Parts ... 8-1

8.1
Introduction ... 8-3

8.2	How to Obtain
Parts ... 8-3

8.3	Service
Centers ... 8-3

8.4	Final Assembly
Parts ... 8-4

8.5	Main PCA Unit
Parts ... 8-6

8.6	Main PCA
Parts ... 8-8

8.7
Accessories ... 8-26

9	Circuit
Diagrams ... 9-1

9.1
Introduction ... 9-3

9.2	Tracing signals in circuit
diagrams ... 9-3

9.3	Locating Parts & Test
Points ... 9-3

9.4
Diagrams ... 9-10

10
Modifications ... 10-1

10.1 Software
modifications ... 10-3
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