Thurlby Thandar Instruments TTI -- 1906 -- User Manual
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Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 46
Size: 394.49 Kbytes (403958 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: Issue 8
Manual-ID/Number: 48581-1070
Date: 2013
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Information:
Introduction 1
Specification 2
Safety 5
EMC 7
Installation 8
Introduction to Front Panel 9
Making Basic Measurements 10
Advanced Features 13
Error Messsages 20
Default Instrument Settings 20
Remote Operation 21
Remote Commands 29
Maintenance and Repair 44
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Thurlby Thandar Instruments TTI 1906 Digital multimeter
Manufacturer
Thurlby Thandar Instruments TTI
Model: 1906
Date: 2009
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Digital multimeter
Description: Computing Multimeter
Information:
                                    This instrument is a mains operated, high performance autoranging multimeter providing 5½ digit resolution (± 210000 counts) switchable to 4½ digits (± 21000 counts) for a higher reading rate. It has a 7-segment l.e.d. display coupled with l.e.d. annunciators for displayed units and instrument status.
The main features are :-
• ARC serial interface as standard, GPIB optional
• True RMS AC measurements
• Four-terminal Ohms
• Selectable audible continuity checker
• T/Hold mode - holds onto a stable reading until updated
• Display nulling - a different value can be set up for each function
• 100 point data logger - circular or linear store
• Measurement post-processing:-
percentage deviation from a user-entered reference
decibel calculations
linear scaling with offset
limits comparison for go/no go testing
automatic storage of minimum and maximum readings
• Selectable digital filter
• Programmable buzzer
• Battery-backed RAM :-
storage of six instrument set-ups
automatic power up with last used settings.
retention of user entered references and scaling factors
retention of logged data
• Software calibration with constants stored in EEPROM