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Fluke PM6669 Frequency counter
Manufacturer:
Model:
PM6669
Date:
1995
Class:
Type:
SubType:
Universal Frequency Counter

Information

The PM 6669 is a compact, high resolution, reciprocal Frequency Counter which performs many functions. A number of options are available i.e. HF-input, GPIB-interface, high stability Oscillator, and rechargeable battery for field use. A rack-mount kit and a carrying case are also available as accessories.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
48
Size:
2.55 Mbytes (2678078 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
4822 872 20021
Date:
01 April 1995
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
28 January 2018
MD5:
4c8452b80f8aa8dced328a7c94390480
Downloads:
235

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SAFETY ... 2 Introduction ... 2 PRODUCT PRESENTATION ... 3 General ... 3 Rear View ... 3 Front View ... 4 INSTALLATION ... 5 Unpacking ... 5 Voltage-Range Selection ... 5 Grounding ... 5 Connecting External Reference ... 6 Installing Options ... 6 Calibrating the MTCXO ... 6 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ... 8 Using the Frequency Counter ... 8 Battery Unit ... 20 Error Codes ... 20 GPIB-INTERFACE OPERATION ... 21 Introduction ... 21 What Can I Do Using the Bus? ... 21 Connecting the Controller ... 22 Giving the Counter an Address ... 22 Checking the Communication ... 22 Two Ways of Programming ... 23 Syntax ... 23 Selecting Output Separator ... 24 How to Select Function ... 24 Selecting Measuring-Time ... 24 Selecting Triggering ... 25 Totalize Start/Stop ... 25 Free-Run/Triggered ... 25 Service Request ... 26 Status Byte ... 26 Output Mode ... 27 Bus Learn ... 30 Programming Data Out ... 30 What Happens When I Switch to Local? ... 30 Summary of Bus Commands ... 31 Programming Examples ... 32 SPECIFICATIONS ... 35 Measuring Functions ... 35 Definitions ... 36 Input specifications ... 36 General Information ... 37 Auxiliary Functions ... 38 Optional Accessories ... 38 Ordering Information ... 40 APPENDIX 1 ... 41 Checking the Sensitivity of Counters ... 41 INDEX ... 43

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