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Fluke 5700A Calibrator
Manufacturer:
Model:
5700A
Date:
1990
Class:
Type:
SubType:
High Performance Multifunction Calibrator

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The Fluke 5700A is designed to cover the widest portion of today's calibration workload - a wide variety of DMMs from all manufacturers. It delivers direct voltage to 1100V and alternating voltage from 220 μν to 1100V at frequencies from 10 Hz to 1.2 MHz. Cardinal point resistances range from 1£1 to 100 ΜΩ in x1 and x1.9 decades, including a short. Direct and alternating current are provided to 2.2A, and frequencies for alternating current range from 10 Hz to 10 kHz. One option is offered, wideband voltage (-03). It provides flat, low-noise alternating voltage output from 10 Hz to 30 MHz to extend workload coverage to include RF voltmeters. Output may be selected in volts or dBm referenced to 50Ω. The companion 5725A Amplifier extends the 5700A's workload coverage still further. It increases maximum direct and alternating current to 11A for calibrating the high current ranges of popular low-cost and hand-held DMMs. And it extends the calibrator’s alternating volt-hertz product to 1100V at 30 kHz and 750V at 100 kHz to cover the calibration requirements of high-accu- racy bench and system meters. The 5700A is designed to be taken to the workload. In manufacturing applications, test instruments may be calibrated on-site, minimizing production line downtime due to calibration recall. Low Cost of Ownership The original purchase price is not the most significant cost associated with owning a high accuracy Calibrator. Once the instrument is on the job, a wide range of calibration, maintenance, repair and training requirements increase its cost of ownership beyond the original purchase price many times over. The 5700A Calibrator was designed to keep those traditional ownership costs down. Its powerful features are easy to use. Advanced internal metrology dramatically reduces support requirements while increasing your confidence in the instrument’s performance. And its rugged, modular design increases reliability and makes problems easy to find and repair when they occur. Simplified Calibration Support Only three Artifact Standards, a 10V dc reference and 1Ω and 10 kQ resistance references, are required to calibrate all 5700A ranges and functions to full specifications. The process, running under the control of the Calibrator, takes about one hour. Instructions are displayed on the front panel in plain English to prompt the operator when to make various connections and inputs. For added confidence, Fluke recommends that a full verification of the 5700A be performed every two years or as required by your established procedures. The 5700A does not need to be recalled to the standards laboratory for calibration. Due to its unique, environmentally tolerant design, the 5700A may be calibrated wherever it is used, at any temperature between 15°C and 35°C. Full performance is available for ±5°C of that temperature. Complete Confidence Between Artifact Calibrations, the 5700A’s performance may be checked against its internal standards. Without adjusting the instrument, an automated procedure is available to check each range and function against internal check standards to increase your confidence that it is within performance tolerances. Should any range be shown to be out of specification, the operator is alerted. All results of this Cal Check process can be printed via RS-232 port. This data can be used to develop control charts to predict the long-term performance of the Calibrator. High Performance That’s Easy to Use In the past, calibration of precision DMMs required a host of complex, manually operated instruments and standards. The 5700A combines the functions of these instruments to dramatically simplify DMM calibration. Values are entered on the simple numeric keyboard and displayed on the front panel. • DC voltage to 1100 V • AC voltage to 1100 V, with output available from 10 Hz to 1.2 MHz • AC and DC current to 2.2 A, with output available from 10 Hz to 10 kHz • Resistance in values of 1x10n and 1.9x10n from 1 W to 100 MW, plus a short • Optional wideband ac voltage from 300 pV to 3.5 V into 50 W (-57 dBm to +24 dBm), 10 Hz to 30 MHz Features of the Calibrator include the following: • Internal environmentally-controlled references allowing the Calibrator to maintain full performance over a wide ambient temperature range • Automatic meter error calculation obtained through using a simple output adjust knob; the display shows linearity, offset, and scale errors • Keys that multiply and divide the output value by 10 to simplify work on meters with calibration points at decade multiples of a fraction of full-scale • Programmable entry limits used for restricting the levels that can be keyed into the Calibrator, preventing access to levels that may be harmful to equipment or personnel • A I spec I key that provides the capability of displaying the instrument’s specification at the selected operating point, calibration interval, and specification confidence level • An auxiliary current binding post that allows you to calibrate meters with separate current inputs without moving cables • Real-time clock and calendar for date stamping reports • Offset and scaling modes that simplify linearity testing of multimeters • Variable phase reference signal output and phase-lock input • Interface for the Fluke 5725A Amplifier • Standard IEEE-488 (GPIB) Interface, complying with ANSI/IEEE Standards 488.11987 and 488.2-1987 • Selectable normal remote mode or emulation of the Fluke 5100B and 5200A Series calibrators in functions and response to system controller Software • EIA Standard RS-232C serial data Interface for printing, displaying, or transferring internally-stored calibration constants, and for remote control of the Calibrator • Extensive internal self-testing and diagnostics of analog and digital functions

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Datasheet
Manual type:
Datasheet
Pages:
24
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204.12 Kbytes (209014 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Datasheet
Manual type:
Datasheet
Pages:
6
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english
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Service Manual
Manual type:
Service Manual
Pages:
632
Size:
29.21 Mbytes (30624877 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
9
Manual-ID:
791996
Date:
01 March 1996
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Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
326
Size:
2.18 Mbytes (2285094 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
1
Manual-ID:
PN 601622
Date:
01 March 2002
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This manual provides complete information for installing the Calibrator and operating it from the front panel keys and in remote. It also provides a glossary of calibration-related terms as well as general items such as specifications and error code information. The following topics are covered in this manual: • Installation • Operating controls and features • Front panel operation • Remote operation (IEEE-488 bus or serial port remote control) • Serial port operation (printing, displaying, or transferring data, and setting up for serial port remote control) • Operator maintenance, including how to calibrate the 5700A.5720A Series II Calibrator • Options and Accessories Use the following list to find the location of specific information. • Unpacking and setup: Chapter 2 • Installation and rack mounting: Chapter 2; also the rack mount kit instruction sheet • AC line power and Interface cabling: Chapter 2 • Controls, indicators, and displays: Chapter 3 • Front panel operation: Chapter 4 • Cabling to a UUT (Unit Under Test): Chapter 4 • Using auxiliary amplifiers: Chapter 4 • Self calibration: Chapters 1 and 7 • Remote operation (IEEE-488 or serial): Chapter 5 • Options and accessories: Chapters 2 and 8 • Instrument specifications: The end of this Chapter

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