Equipment information

Brüel & Kjær 2143 Analyzer
Manufacturer:
Brüel & Kjær
Model: 2143
Date: 1992
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Analyzer
Description: Portable Signal Analyzer
Information:
                                    Dual Channel Portable Signal Analyzer Type 2148 and Portable
Signal Analyzer Type 2147 are portable FFT analyzers for
acoustics, electroacoustics and vibration measurements.
Their light weight and water-protected cabinets make them
especially well suited for use in the field, yet their
measuring capabilities easily match those of a laboratory
instrument. The analyzers feature 2048 sample transform size
(801 lines), real-time zoom, advanced cursor functions, and
a frequency range to 25.6 kHz in single-and (for Type 2148)
dual-channel operation.

The analyzers are operated by means of user-interactive
menus. This enables you to quickly become familiar with the
use of the analyzer. Access to a system of on-screen help
pages provides you with information about the use of the
menus at any time and in any place.

A large internal non-volatile memory, together with back-up
disk storage facilities, make the analyzer a powerful
data-gathering device. The IEEE 488 and RS-232-C interfaces
allow data-processing and external control.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type: User Manual BruelKJAER-9059-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 294
Size: 7.79 Mbytes (8170586 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
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Date: 01 September 1992
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1
Introduction.............................................................................1
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1.1	About Types 2148 and
2147.......................................1-2

1.2	About Types 7651 and
7669....................................... 1-2

1.3	About this User
Guide................................................1-3
2	Installation and
Maintenance.........................................2-1

2.1	Power
Supply..............................................................2-2

2.2	Grounding
Considerations.........................................2-5

2.3	Cleaning the Disk
Drive.............................................2-7

2.4	Installing the 7651 or 7669 Software Key.................2-8
3	Controls and
Connections.................................................3-1

3.1	Front
Panel.................................................................3-2

3.2	Rear
Panel....................................................................3-5
4	Getting
Started......................................................................4-1

4.1	Switching
On...............................................................4-2

4.2	General Measurement
Procedure..............................4-3

4.3	The Menu and Help Page
System..............................4-3

4.4	Changing Parameters in the
Set-up..........................4-8

4.5
Calibration................................................................4-10
5	Making
Measurements.......................................................5-1

5.1	Measurement
Types...................................................5-2

5.2	Screen Layout in Measurement Mode.......................5-3

5.3	Measurement Mode
Menus........................................5-8

5.4
Trigger/Multimode....................................................5-14

5.5	Sound Intensity Probe Type
3548............................ 5-26
6	Details of
Menus....................................................................6-1

6.1	Overload
Indication....................................................6-2

6.2
Input............................................................................6-3

6.3	Averaging/Channel
Delay..........................................6-3

6.4	No. of
Lines.................................................................6-5

6.5	Baseband
Analysis......................................................6-5

6.6	Zoom
Analysis.............................................................6-6

6.7	Time
Weighting..........................................................6-7

6.8	Spectrum
Weighting...................................................6-7

6.9	Zero Padding and Bow-tie
Correction.......................6-7

6.10 Data
View....................................................................6-8
7
Memory......................................................................................7-1

7.1	Saving Measurement Data
........................................7-2

7.2	Measurement
Text......................................................7-4
8	Preselected
Set-ups..............................................................8-1

8.1	Factory-defined Set-ups
.............................................8-2

8.2	User-defined
Set-ups..................................................8-2
9
Autosequences........................................................................9-1

9.1	Autosequence
Set-up..................................................9-2

9.2	Programming and Executing an Autosequence........9-2

9.3	Editing an
Autosequence...........................................9-4

9.4	Standby
Mode.............................................................9-5
10
Post-processing.....................................................................10-1

10.1	Spectrum Calculator
Menu......................................10-2

10.2	File
Modification.......................................................10-3

10.3	Sound Power
Calculation.........................................10-3

10.4	Spectrum
Arithmetic................................................10-5

10.5	Spectrum
Weighting.................................................10-6

11
Specifications........................................................................11
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11.1	Specifications 2147,
2143/7669................................ 11-2

11.2	Specifications 2148,
2144/7651................................ 11-6

11.3
Accessories................................................................11-9

12	Service and
Repair..............................................................12-1

13
Appendix.................................................................................13-1

13.1	Error
Messages.........................................................13-2

13.2	Provoked Errors and Other Messages.....................13-5

14
Index................................................................
.......................... 14—1
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