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Dranetz Engineering Laboratories Inc. 656 Analyzer
Manufacturer:
Model:
656
Date:
1988
Category:
Group:
Description:
Disturbance Waveform Analyzer

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Congratulations on your purchase of the Dranetz 656 Disturbance Waveform Analyzer. We are confident you will be delighted with the unit’s unique analyzing capabilities, as well as its ability to download events to a disk for permanent storage and later recall. The 656 is a powerful, self-contained, portable instrument that captures, records, analyzes, and displays AC and DC power line disturbances on four power acquisition channels. With available options installed, the 656 also monitors radiated and conducted RF (radio frequency) energy levels and environmental temperature and humidity changes using its Sensor (transducer) channels. The 656A monitors current as well as voltage. The 656 is designed for easy operation. All selections and entries are prompted by the CRT, and the Operator is never more than a keystroke away from a "Help" screen. This lets you run the 656 without having to continually refer to this manual for instructions.

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User Manual
Manual Type:
User Manual
Pages:
158
Size:
7.24 Mbytes (7587982 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
TM-112775-G2
Date:
15 December 1989
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
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11 August 2017
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1.1 SCOPE ... 1-1 1.1.1 General Conventions when Reading this Manual ... 1-1 1.2 INTRODUCTION ... 1-1 1.2.1 Overview of Operation ... 1-2 1.2.2 Using the Keyboard, Touch-Screen, and Zoom-Box ... 1-5 1.3 FEATURES ... 1-5 1.3.1 Distinctive Operation ... 1-6 1.4 APPLICATIONS AND PURPOSE ... 1-6 1.5 GENERAL OVERALL DESCRIPTION ... 1-6 1.5.1 Front Panel ... 1-9 1.5.2 Rear Panel ... 1-9 1.6 INPUT AND OUTPUT SECTIONS ... 1-10 1.6.1 Thermal Printer ... 1-10 1.6.1.1 Reading the Display ... 1-10 1.6.1.2 Changing a Roll of Thermal Paper ... 1-10 1.6.1.3 Paper Take-Up Feature ... 1-11 1.6.1.4 Reordering Thermal Paper ... 1-11 1.6.2 CRT with Touch-Screen ... 1-12 1.6.3 Dual Disk Drives ... 1-12 1.6.3.1 Disks ... 1-12 1.6.3.2 Cleaning the Disk Drives ... 1-12 1.6.4 Keyboard ... 1-12 1.6.5 Power Supply ... 1-13 1.6.5.1 Battery Pack ... 1-13 1.6.6 Communication Ports ... 1-13 1.6.6.1 Main Port Description ... 1-13 1.6.6.2 Cables for Main Port Connections ... 1-13 1.6.6.3 Auxiliary Port Description ... 1-14 1.6.6.4 Cables for Auxiliary Port Connections ... 1-15 1.6.7 Main Input Channels for Power Line Disturbance Monitoring ... 1-16 1.6.8 Sensor Input Channels for Environmental Monitoring ... 1-17 1.6.9 Real-Time Clock ... 1-17 1.6.10 Beeper ... 1-17 1.7 REMOTE OPERATION ... 1-18 1.7.1 Data Transmission over Telephone Lines ... 1-18 1.7.1.1 656 Data Transfer to a Personal Computer ... 1-18 1.7.1.2 Main and Auxiliary Port Baud Rates ... 1-18 1.8 SPECIFICATION SUMMARY ... 1-19 1.9 STANDARD ACCESSORIES ... 1-20 1.10 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ... 1-20 1.11 FACTORY REPAIR ... 1-22 SECTION II: INSTALLATION AND OPERATION Subsection Page 2.1 GENERAL ... 2-1 2.2 UNPACKING ... 2-1 2.2.1 Shipping Damage Inspection ... 2-1 2.2.2 Repacking the 656 for Return Shipment ... 2-1 2.3 INSTALLATION WARNING ... 2-2 2.4 SETTING UP THE 656 ... 2-2 2.4.1 Moving the Four-Position Handle/Stand ... 2-2 2.4.2 Uncovering the Keyboard ... 2-2 2.4.3 Connecting the RS-232C Cables for Remote Operation or External Printing ... 2-3 2.4.3.1 Connecting the 656 to a Persona! Computer or Another 656 ... 2-3 2.4.3.2 Connecting the 656 to an External Printer or Other Output Device ... 2-3 2.4.4 Connecting the Power Cord ... 2-3 2.4.5 Connecting the Main Input Channels ... 2-4 2.4.5.1 Using Current Probes and the CT Termination Box (656A ONLY) ... 2-5 2.4.5.2 Circuit Connection Guidelines for the Main Input Channels ... 2-6 2.4.5.3 Circuit Applications for the Main Input Channels ... 2-7 2.4.6 Connecting the Sensor (Transducer) Channel Options ... 2-13 2.5 BEGINNING OPERATION ... 2-14 2.5.1 Initial Start-Up ... 2-14 2.5.1.1 Start-Up Screen ... 2-15 2.6 OPERATING THE 656 ... 2-15 2.7 656 MENU STRUCTURE ... 2-15 2.8 MAIN MENU ... 2-17 2.8.1 Graphic Summaries Menu ... 2-19 2.8.1.1 Plot RMS/Impulse Summary Menu ... 2-20 2.8.1.2 Plot Frequency Menu ... 2-24 2.8.1.3 Plot Sensor Channel Menu ... 2-27 2.8.2 View Events Menu ... 2-30 2.8.3 Status Screen ... 2-37 2.8.4 Monitoring Functions Menu ... 2-38 2.8.5 Disk Operations Menu ... 2-42 2.8.5.1 Save Information to Disk Menu ... 2-44 2.8.6 Other Functions Menu ... 2-45 2.8.6.1 Remote Communication Menu ... 2-47 2.8.6.2 656 System Tools Menu ... 2-54 2.9 MISCELLANEOUS DISK FUNCTIONS ... 2-55 SECTION III: OPERATIONAL TESTS Subsection Page 3.1 GENERAL ... 3-1 3.1.1 If All Test PASS ... 3-1 3.1.2 If Malfunction(s) Detected ... 3-1 3.2 CALIBRATION ... 3-1 3.2.1 Battery Pack Replacement ... 3-2 3.2.2 Touch-Screen Calibration ... 3-2 3.3 CALIBRATING THE MAIN & SENSOR (TRANSDUCER) CHANNELS ... 3-2 3.3.1 Calibrating the Sensor (Transducer) Channel Monitors ... 3-2 656-XD-1001 TEMPERATURE & HUMIDITY MONITOR Subsection Page Scope ... 1001-1 Purpose ... 1001-1 Applications ... 1001-1 Power Requirements ... 1001-1 Transducer Board Factory Preset Voltage Setting ... 1001-1 T&H Monitor Kit Contents ... 1001-2 If the T&H Monitor Kit is Damaged ... 1001-2 Optional Extension Cable Accessory ... 1001-2 Technical Specifications ... 1001-3 Connecting the Monitor to the 656 Transducer Board ... 1001-3 Temperature and Humidity Monitoring ... 1001-4 Plotting Graphic Summaries of Temperature and Humidity Events ... 1001-6 Viewing Temperature and Humidity Events ... 1001-7 Returning the T&H Monitor for 6-Month Factory Calibration ... 1001-8 Calibrating the T&H Monitor on Your Own ... 1001-8 656-XD-10O2 CONDUCTED RF MONITOR Subsection Page Scope ... 1002-1 Purpose ... 1002-1 Applications ... 1002-1 Transducer Board Factory Preset Voltage Setting ... 1002-1 Conducted RF Monitor ICit Contents ... 1002-1 If the Conducted RF Monitor Kit is Damaged ... 1002-2 Technical Specifications ... 1002-2 Connecting the Monitor to the 656 Transducer Board ... 1002-2 Conducted Radio Frequency (RF) Monitoring ... 1002-4 Plotting Graphic Summaries of Conducted RF Events ... 1002-5 Viewing Conducted Radio Frequency (RF) Events ... , ... 1002-6 Returning the Conducted RF Monitor for Factory Repair ... 1002-6 656-PA-1003 RADIATED RF MONITOR Subsection Page Scope ... 1003-1 Purpose ... 1003-1 Applications ... 1003-1 Transducer Board Factory Preset Voltage Setting ... 1003-1 Radiated RF Monitor Kit Contents ... 1003-1 If the Radiated RF Monitor Kit is Damaged ... 1003-2 Battery Test ... 1003-2 Technical Specifications ... 1003-3 Connecting the Monitor to the 656 Transducer Board ... 1003-3 Radiated Radio Frequency (RF) Monitoring ... 1003-4 Plotting Graphic Summaries of Radiated RF Events ... 1003-6 Viewing Radiated Radio Frequency (RF) Events ... 1003-6 Returning the Radiated RF Monitor for Factory Repair ... 1003-7 APPENDIX A SERIES 656/656A HARDWARE AND Software ERROR MESSAGES Subsection Page A. 1 GENERAL ... A-1 A.2 ERROR MESSAGES ... A-l APPENDIX B EXAMPLE WAVEFORM DISTURBANCES Subsection Page B.l EXAMPLES ... B~1 APPENDIX C MAIN & SENSOR (TRANSDUCER) CHANNEL SETUP SCREENS Subsection Page Cl GENERAL ... C-l APPENDIX D RECOMMENDED MAIN CHANNEL SETUPS BY COUNTRY Subsection Page D.l TYPES OF ELECTRICAL PLUGS IN USE ... D-l D.2 ELECTRICAL PLUGS AND RECOMMENDED MAIN CHANNEL SETUPS OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES ... D-3

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