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Keithley 2100 Multimètre numérique
Fabricant:
Keithley
Modèle: 2100
Date: 2007
Catégorie: Mètres
Groupe: Multimètre numérique
Description: 6 1/2-Digit Resolution Digital Multimeter
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                                    The Keithley Instruments Model 2100 is a rugged and versatile 6 1/2-digit resolution digital
multimeter. It has 0.003% one-year basic DC voltage accuracy at 10V range and 0.005% one-year
basic resistance accuracy at 10kΩ range. At 6 1/2 digits, the multimeter delivers 50 triggered
RDGS/sec via the USB remote interface. At the fast 4 1/2-digit setting, it reads over 2000 RDGS/
sec into its internal buffer.
• Resolution: 6 1/2 digits
• 5x7 dot-matrix VFD, dual displays with 3-color annunciators
• Eleven standard measurement functions and eight math functions
• Stability, accuracy, and speed
• Built-in USB interfaces
• DC voltage: 0.1V, 1V, 10V, 100V, and 1000V
• AC voltage: 0.1V, 1V, 10V, 100V, and 750V
• DC current: 10mA, 100mA, 1A, and 3A
• AC current: 1A, and 3A
• Two and 4-wire resistance: 100Ω, 1KΩ, 10KΩ, 100KΩ, 1MΩ, 10MΩ, and 100MΩ
• Frequency: From 3Hz to 300kHz
• Period measurement
• Diode measurement
• Continuity measurement for resistance
Some additional capabilities of the Model 2100 include:
• Temperature measurement using RTDs
• Full math functions: dB, dBm, MX+B, ratio, percentage, Max/Min, null, and limits
• TMC compliant USB remote control interface for PC control
• Microsoft® Office Word, and Excel add-in tools for remotely storing and recalling the
measured values from these applications

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Keithley -- 2100 -- Manuel de l'utilisateur
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Numéro d’identification: 2100-900-01
Date: août 2010
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Section Topic Page
1 General Information .............................................................................. 1-1
Introduction ................................................................................................. 1-2
Feature overview ........................................................................................ 1-2
Specifications.............................................................................................. 1-3
Manual addenda......................................................................................... 1-3
Precautions for operation............................................................................ 1-3
Upkeep of the Model 2100.......................................................................... 1-3
Safety information....................................................................................... 1-4
Safety symbols and terms.................................................................... 1-4
Inspection for damage ................................................................................ 1-4
Shipment contents ...................................................................................... 1-5
Instruction manual ...................................................................................... 1-5
Repacking for shipment .............................................................................. 1-5
2 Getting Started ....................................................................................... 2-1
Overview..................................................................................................... 2-2
Setting up the Model 2100 Digital Multimeter ............................................. 2-2
Adjusting the handle............................................................................. 2-2
Setting the line voltage......................................................................... 2-4
Connecting the power .......................................................................... 2-7
Changing the fuses .............................................................................. 2-9
Factory default settings ...................................................................... 2-18
Model 2100 familiarization........................................................................ 2-19
The front panel ................................................................................... 2-19
The display........................................................................................ 2-21
The rear panel.................................................................................... 2-23
3 Basic Measurement Functions........................................................... 3-1
Introduction ................................................................................................. 3-2
Voltage measurements (DC and AC) ......................................................... 3-2
How to measure voltage....................................................................... 3-3
Current measurements (DC and AC) ......................................................... 3-3
How to measure current....................................................................... 3-3
Resistance measurements (2- and 4-wire)................................................. 3-4
How to measure resistance.................................................................. 3-6
Frequency and period measurements ........................................................ 3-6
How to measure frequency and period ................................................ 3-6
Continuity measurements ........................................................................... 3-7
How to measure the continuity............................................................. 3-7
Diode measurements.................................................................................. 3-7
How to measure a diode ...................................................................... 3-8
RTD measurements.................................................................................... 3-8
2-wire RTD measurements .................................................................. 3-8
3-wire RTD measurements .................................................................. 3-9
4-wire RTD measurements ................................................................ 3-10
4 Front Panel Operations ........................................................................ 4-1
Introduction ................................................................................................. 4-2
Measurement configuration ........................................................................ 4-2
Set ADC (Auto Zero and Auto Gain) .................................................... 4-2
Filter ..................................................................................................... 4-4
Resolution setting (digits) ..................................................................... 4-6
DC input resistance .............................................................................. 4-7
Threshold resistance (continuity).......................................................... 4-8
Range (manual and auto)..................................................................... 4-9
Rate (integration time)........................................................................ 4-10
Sensor selection for temperature.............................................................. 4-11
Measurements.................................................................................... 4-11
RTD.................................................................................................... 4-11
Input terminal switch........................................................................... 4-13
Trigger operations..................................................................................... 4-14
Trigger mode ...................................................................................... 4-14
Trigger source .................................................................................... 4-16
Trigger setting..................................................................................... 4-18
Math operations ........................................................................................ 4-20
Ratio ................................................................................................... 4-21
% (Percent) ........................................................................................ 4-22
MIN/MAX............................................................................................ 4-23
Null ..................................................................................................... 4-24
Limits test ........................................................................................... 4-25
MX+B.................................................................................................. 4-26
dB....................................................................................................... 4-27
dBm.................................................................................................... 4-29
Other system-related operations............................................................... 4-31
Display................................................................................................ 4-31
Beeper................................................................................................ 4-32
Reading memory (store and recall) .................................................... 4-33
Sensitivity band (Hold) ....................................................................... 4-35
Initial mode ......................................................................................... 4-35
Language ........................................................................................... 4-36
Error condition .................................................................................... 4-37
Firmware revision ............................................................................... 4-38
Calibration .......................................................................................... 4-41
Self-test .............................................................................................. 4-41
5 Remote Interface Operations.............................................................. 5-1
Introduction ................................................................................................. 5-2
Pass/fail output from the USB connector ............................................. 5-2
Setting up the remote interface................................................................... 5-2
Remote interface commands...................................................................... 5-3
Common commands ............................................................................ 5-3
Other measurement configuration commands ..................................... 5-7
Math operation commands................................................................... 5-7
Triggering.................................................................................................... 5-8
Triggering commands........................................................................... 5-8
System-related commands ......................................................................... 5-9
Status reporting commands.................................................................. 5-9
Other interface commands ................................................................. 5-10
6 Error Messages ...................................................................................... 6-1
Introduction ................................................................................................. 6-2
Execution errors.......................................................................................... 6-2
Self-test errors ............................................................................................ 6-4
A Specifications ......................................................................................... A-1
B Remote Interface Reference................................................................ B-1
An introduction to SCPI language............................................................... B-2
Command format used in this manual.................................................. B-2
SCPI parameter types .......................................................................... B-4
Output data formats.............................................................................. B-5
The MEASure? command .................................................................... B-6
The CONFigure command ................................................................... B-7
The measurement configuration command.......................................... B-9
The math operation command ........................................................... B-14
The triggering commands................................................................... B-17
The system-related commands .......................................................... B-18
Other interface commands ................................................................. B-20
The SCPI status pattern ..................................................................... B-20
Status reporting commands................................................................ B-26
Model 2100-specific SCPI compliance information ............................ B-28
IEEE-488 compliance information ...................................................... B-30
About application programs ...................................................................... B-30
Visual Basic 6 programming example 1: MEASure.bas.................... B-30
Visual Basic programming example 2: CONFigure....................... B-33
Visual C++ programming example: DEVQUERY............................... B-35
Visual C++ sample application ........................................................... B-35
Index ........................................................................................................................... I-1
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Calibration Manual

Table of Contents
Introduction............................................................................................... 2
Control Software ..................................................................................... 2
Environmental conditions..................................................................... 3
Calibration considerations ................................................................... 3
Recommended test equipment .......................................................... 3
Firmware revision ................................................................................... 4
Calibration code ...................................................................................... 5
Zero calibration (Front/Rear)............................................................... 5
Front panel zero calibration ............................................................ 5
Rear panel zero calibration ............................................................. 6
Voltage function adjustment (DC and AC)...................................... 6
DC voltage range adjustment......................................................... 6
AC voltage range adjustment......................................................... 9
Ohms function adjustment................................................................. 12
Resistance low range adjustment (100Ω - 1MΩ) ................... 12
Resistance high range adjustment (10MΩ - 100MΩ) ........... 16
Current function adjustment (DC and AC).................................... 18
DC current range adjustment ....................................................... 18
AC current range adjustment........................................................ 20
Calibration date..................................................................................... 22
Performance verification..................................................................... 22
DC voltage accuracy verification ................................................. 22
AC voltage accuracy verification ................................................. 23
Resistance accuracy verification ................................................. 23
DC current accuracy verification ................................................. 24
AC current accuracy verification.................................................. 24
Frequency accuracy verification.................................................. 24
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