Equipment information

Fluke PM6681R Frequency counter
Model: PM6681R
Date: 2003
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Frequency counter
Description: Timer Counter Analyzer

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type: Service Manual Fluke-2359-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 153
Size: 9.76 Mbytes (10231010 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: Second edition
Manual-ID/Number: 4822 872 20116
Date: June 2003
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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MD5: 65129655dc5b7ef99db1653d0bb82ce3
Downloads: 1937 since 29 January 2011

Manual Type: User Manual Fluke-10143-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 276
Size: 2.56 Mbytes (2688515 Bytes)
Language: english
Date: 01 January 2000
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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MD5: c8644ab9a721ad4e904f1a7cfe3ec16d
Downloads: 66 since 20 January 2018
Programming Manual

You should use this ProgrammingManual
 thePM6680B/1/5 Operators Manual.
That manual contains specificationsfor the counter and
explanations of
the possibilities and limitations of the
different measuring functions.
The chapters in this manual are di-
vided into three sections aimed at dif-
ferent levels of reader knowledge.
The ‘General’ Section, which can be
disregarded by the users who know
the IEEE-488 and SCPI standards:
– Chapter 2 Bus Commands for the
Benchtop User gives bus com-
mands for the front panel keys.
– Chapter 3 Introduction to SCPI
explains syntax data formats, sta-
tus reporting, etc.
The Practical Section of this manualcontains:
– Chapter 4, Programming Exam-
ples, with examples of typical pro-
grams for a wide variety of appli-
cations. These programs are writ-
ten in GW-basic and C.
This Manual
The ‘Programmers Reference’ Sec-
tion of this manual contains:
– Chapter 5, Instrument Model ex-
plains how the instrument looks
from the bus. This instrument is
not quite the same as the one used
from the front panel.
– Chapter 6 Using the Subsystems
explains more about each subsys-
– Chapter 7, How to Measure Fast
is a set of measuring situations
which the user is often confronted
with when programming a counter.
This chapter also contains infor-
mation about how to use the more
complex subsystem.
– Chapter 8, Error Messages con-
tains a list of all error messages
that can be generated during bus
– Chapter 9, Command Reference,
This chapter gives complete infor-
mation on all commands. The sub-
systems and commands are sorted

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