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Fluke 2635A Inny
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Fluke
Modelu: 2635A
Data: 2002
Kategorii: Przyrządy pomiarowe
Grupa: Inny
Opis: Hydra Series II Data Bucket
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The Fluke 2635A Hydra Series II Data Bucket is a 21-channel data logging instrument that measures and records the following electrical and physical parameters: dc volts, ac volts, resistance, frequency, and temperature. Temperature measurements are via thermocouples or resistance-temperature detectors (RTDs). Other parameters can be measured with an appropriate transducer, such as air pressure/vacuum (using a Fluke PV350 transducer module) or DC current (using a Fluke 2600A-101 shunt resistor). When the instrument scans channels configured for measurement, readings can be displayed, printed out, and recorded. Virtually any analog input may be applied without external signal conditioning. The inputs for channels 1 through 20 are via a Universal Input Module, which plugs into the rear of the unit for a quick connect/disconnect capability. Channel 0 measurements are via the front panel input jacks using test leads (supplied). For a quick introduction to the operation of the instrument, complete the Ten- Minute Tour at the front of this manual. A summary of the Hydra Series II Data Bucket features is provided in Table 1-1 and complete specifications in Appendix A. Figure 1-1 shows the instrument front and rear panels. Operating Modes The Data Bucket may be used in a wide variety of applications using one or more of five operating modes: · Front Panel Operation · Memory Card Operation · Computer Operation · Printer Operation · Modem Operation · Channel Scanning Can be continuous scanning, scanning at an interval time, single scans, or triggered (internal or external) scans. Channel Monitoring may be used while scanning. · Channel Monitoring Make measurements on a single channel and view these measurements on the display. · Memory Card Store measurement data and meter configuration setup data on a removable nonvolatile RAM card. · Multi-Function Display Primary display shows measurement readings; also used when setting numeric parameters. Secondary display used for numeric entries, channel number selection and display, status information, and operator prompts. Annunciator display used to show measurement units, alarms review parameters, remote status, and configuration information. · Front-Panel Operation Almost all operations can be readily controlled with the front panel keys. · Measurement Input Function and Range Volts dc (VDC), volts ac (VAC), frequency (HZ), and resistance (Ω) inputs can be specified in a fixed measurement range. Autoranging, which allows the instruments to use the measurement range providing the optimum resolution, can also be selected. · Temperature Measurement Thermocouple types J, K, E, T, N, R, S and B, and Hoskins Engineering Co. type C are supported. Also, DIN/IEC 751 Platinum RTDs are supported. · Totalize Events on the Totalizing Input · Alarm Limits and Digital Output Alarm Indication · Four-Terminal Resistance Measurements (Channels 1 through 10 only) · RS-232 Computer Interface Operation · Measurement Rate Selection · Nonvolatile Memory Storage of minimum, maximum, and most recent measurements for all scanned channels. Storage of Computer Interface setup, channel configurations, and calibration values. Internal storage of measurement data: storage for 100 scans of up to 21 channels, accessible only through the computer interface.

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1 Preparation for Use ... 1-1 Introduction ... 1-5 Operating Modes ... 1-5 Front Panel Operation ... 1-7 Memory Card Operation ... 1-7 Computer Operation ... 1-8 Printer Operation ... 1-8 Modem Operation ... 1-8 Measurement Capabilities ... 1-9 Mx+B Scaling ... 1-9 Alarms ... 1-9 T otalizer Channel ... 1-9 Alarm Outputs and Digital I/O ... 1-9 Applications Software ... 1-9 Hydra Starter Package ... 1-10 Hydra Logger ... 1-10 Options and Accessories ... 1-10 Memory Card Reader ... 1-10 Connector Set, 2620A-100 ... 1-10 Setting Up the Instrument ... 1-11 Unpacking and Inspecting the Instrument ... 1-11 Adjusting the Handle ... 1-12 Connecting the Instrument to a Power Source ... 1-12 AC Operation ... 1-13 DC Operation ... 1-13 Input Channels ... 1-13 Measurement Connections ... 1-14 Using Shielded Wiring ... 1-14 Crosstalk ... 1-14 Universal Input Module Connections ... 1-14 Alarm Outputs Connections ... 1-17 DC Power ... 1-17 Alarm Outputs ... 1-17 External Trigger Input ... 1-17 Digital I/O Connections ... 1-18 Digital I/O ... 1-18 T otalizer Input ... 1-18 Controls and Indicators ... 1-19 Front Panel Controls ... 1-19 Front Panel Indicators ... 1-19 2 Front Panel Operations ... 2-1 Summary of Front Panel Operations ... 2-5 Configuring the Instrument for Operation ... 2-6 Turning the Power on ... 2-6 Selecting a Channel ... 2-8 Configuring a Measurement Channel ... 2-8 Configuring a Channel to Measure DC Volts ... 2-9 Configuring a Channel to Measure AC Volts ... 2-10 Configuring a Channel to Measure Resistance ... 2-11 Configuring a Channel to Measure Frequency ... 2-12 Configuring a Channel to Measure Temperature ... 2-13 Thermocouples ... 2-13 Resistance-Temperature Detectors ... 2-13 Thermocouple Restrictions: ... 2-13 Resistance Temperature Detectors Restrictions: ... 2-13 Configuring a Channel Off ... 2-16 Setting Operating Conditions ... 2-16 Setting the Scan Interval ... 2-17 Setting the Measurement Rate ... 2-18 Setting the Alarms ... 2-18 Alarm Indications While Scanning ... 2-18 Alarm Indications While Monitoring ... 2-19 Alarm Indications While Reviewing ... 2-19 Clearing Alarm Parameters from a Channel ... 2-19 Alarm Outputs for Channel 0 to 3 Using the Alarm Outputs Connector. 2-19 Alarm Outputs for Channels 4 to 20 Using the Digital I/O Connector ... 2-19 Alarms and Autoprinting ... 2-20 Alarms and Monitor-Alarm Triggering ... 2-20 Alarms and Mx+B Scaling ... 2-20 Setting the Mx+B Scaling ... 2-23 Examples ... 2-23 Restrictions ... 2-23 Clearing Mx+B Scaling from a Channel ... 2-23 Operating Modes ... 2-26 Using the Scan Mode ... 2-26 Memory Card as a Data Destination ... 2-26 Memory Card Formatting ... 2-26 Memory Card Capacity ... 2-26 Memory Card Files ... 2-26 Memory Card Exchange During Scanning ... 2-26 Memory Card Data Extraction ... 2-27 Memory Card Error Messages ... 2-28 Using the Monitor Mode ... 2-29 Using the Review Mode ... 2-30 Additional Features ... 2-31 Scan Triggering Options ... 2-31 External Trigger ... 2-31 Monitor-Alarm Trigger ... 2-31 Triggering Options and Memory Card Operation ... 2-31 Totalizer Operation ... 2-32 Digital Input/output Lines ... 2-33 Setting Date and Time ... 2-34 Reading Instrument Software Versions ... 2-35 Returning to the Local Mode ... 2-35 Front Panel Key Lockout Options ... 2-36 Instrument Interfaces ... 2-36 Memory Card Interface ... 2-36 RS-232 Computer Interface ... 2-37 Using the RS-232 Computer Interface With a Printer ... 2-37 Using the RS-232 Computer Interface With a Modem ... 2-37 3 Memory Card Operations ... 3-1 Summary of Memory Card Operations ... 3-3 Memory Card Files ... 3-3 Setup Files ... 3-4 Data Files ... 3-4 Memory Card Capacity ... 3-4 Memory Card Battery ... 3-5 Inserting and Removing the Memory Card ... 3-5 Inserting a Memory Card ... 3-5 Removing a Memory Card ... 3-5 Changing the Memory Card During Scanning ... 3-5 Setting the Memory Card Write-protect Feature ... 3-5 Installing or Replacing the Memory Card Battery ... 3-5 Initializing a Memory Card ... 3-7 Recording Measurement Results During Scanning ... 3-8 Setup File Procedures ... 3-9 Using Setup Store ... 3-9 Using Setup Load ... 3-10 Using Setup Erase ... 3-11 Data File Procedures ... 3-12 Using Data Open ... 3-12 Using Data Erase ... 3-13 Setup and Data Files Directory ... 3-14 Setup and Data File Current Status ... 3-15 Memory Card File Operations to and from a PC ... 3-16 4 Computer Operations ... 4-1 Summary of Computer Operations ... 4-3 Connecting the Instrument to a PC ... 4-3 Configuring the Instrument for Computer Operations ... 4-5 Configuring the PC for Computer Operations ... 4-6 Testing the Instrument/PC RS-232 Interface ... 4-6 Testing the RS-232 Interface Using Terminal Emulation (Windows) ... 4-6 Testing the RS-232 Interface Using Terminal Emulation (Generic) ... 4-7 Testing the RS-232 Interface Using Gwbasic ... 4-9 Testing the RS-232 Interface Using Qbasic ... 4-10 Computer Interface Commands and Operation ... 4-12 How the Instrument Processes Input ... 4-12 Input Terminators ... 4-12 Input String Examples ... 4-13 Sending Numeric Values to the Instrument ... 4-13 How the Instrument Processes Output ... 4-13 Status Registers ... 4-14 Instrument Event Register (IER) ... 4-14 Standard Event Status Register (ESR) ... 4-16 Status Byte Register (STB) ... 4-17 Computer Interface Command Set ... 4-18 Xmodem File Transfers ... 4-18 5 Printer Operations ... 5-1 Summary of Printer Operations ... 5-3 Connecting the Instrument to a Printer ... 5-3 Configuring for Printer Operations ... 5-5 Printing Measurement Data and Memory Card Directory ... 5-6 Problems? ... 5-6 Printing Measurement Results During Scanning ... 5-6 Printing the Review Array ... 5-8 Printing the Directory of the Memory Card ... 5-9 6 Modem Operations ... 6-1 Summary of Modem Operations ... 6-3 Connecting the Modem to a PC for Modem Configuration ... 6-4 Configuring the Instrument Modem for Modem Operations ... 6-4 Connecting the Modem to an Instrument ... 6-6 Configuring the Instrument for Modem Operations ... 6-7 Testing the RS-232/Modem Interface ... 6-8 7 Maintenance ... 7-1 Introduction ... 7-3 Cleaning ... 7-3 Line Fuse ... 7-3 Selftest Diagnostics and Error Codes ... 7-4 Performance Tests ... 7-4 Accuracy Verification Test ... 7-7 Channel Integrity Test ... 7-8 Thermocouple Measurement Range Accuracy Test ... 7-9 Four-Terminal Resistance Test ... 7-10 Thermocouple Temperature Accuracy Test ... 7-10 Open Thermocouple Response Test ... 7-11 rTd Temperature Accuracy Test ... 7-13 RTD Temperature Accuracy Test (Using Decade Resistance Source) ... 7-13 RTD Temperature Accuracy Test (Using DIN/IEC 751 RTD) ... 7-14 Digital Input/Output Verification Tests ... 7-15 Digital Output Test ... 7-15 Digital Input Test ... 7-16 Totalizer Test ... 7-17 Totalizer Sensitivity Test ... 7-18 Dedicated Alarm Output Test ... 7-18 External Trigger Input Test ... 7-21 Calibration ... 7-21 Variations in the Display ... 7-22 Service ... 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TEN-MINUTE TOUR ... xi 1 PREPARATION FOR USE ... 1-1 1-1. INTRODUCTION ... 1-3 1-2. OPERATING MODES ... 1-3 1 -3. Front Panel Operation ... 1-3 1 -4. Memory Card Operation ... 1-3 1-5. Computer Operation ... 1-5 1-6. Printer Operation ... 1-6 1 -7. Modem Operation ... 1-6 1-8. MEASUREMENT CAPABILITIES ... 1-7 1-9. Mx+B Scaling ... 1-7 1-10. Alarms ... 1-7 1-11. Totalizer Channel ... 1-8 1-12. Alarm Outputs and Digital I/O ... 1-8 1-13. APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE ... 1-8 1-14. Hydra Starter Package ... 1-8 1-15. Hydra Logger Package ... 1-8 1-16. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES ... 1-8 1-17. Memory Card Reader ... 1-8 1-18. Connector Set, 2620A-100 ... 1-9 1-19. SETTING UP THE INSTRUMENT ... 1-10 1-20. Unpacking and Inspecting the Instrument 4 ... 1-10 "? 1 A 1—10 JL 1. * jiuj LA&ll 11^ L<LXW ... ΐ)ΐ:«:ί f ... J- IV 1-22. Connecting the Instrument to a Power Source ... 1-10 1-23. Input Channels ... 1-11 1-24. MEASUREMENT CONNECTIONS ... 1-12 1-25. Using Shielded Wiring ... 1-12 1-26. Crosstalk ... 1-12 1 -27. Universal Input Module Connections ... 1-12 1-28. ALARM OUTPUTS Connections ... 1-15 1-29. DIGITAL I/O Connections ... 1-16 1-30. CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ... 1-17 1-31. Front Panel Controls ... 1-17 1-32. Front Panel Indicators ... 1-17 2 FRONT PANEL OPERATIONS ... 2-1 2-1. SUMMARY OF FRONT PANEL OPERATION ... 2-3 2-2. CONFIGURING THE INSTRUMENT FOR OPERATION ... 2-4 2-3. Turning the Power ON ... 2*4 2-4. Selecting a Channel ... 2-6 2-5. CONFIGURING A MEASUREMENT CHANNEL ... 2-7 2-6, Configuring a Channel to Measure DC Volts ... 2-7 2-7. Configuring a Channel to Measure AC Volts ... 2-8 2-8. Configuring a Channel to Measure Resistance ... 2-9 2-9. Configuring a Channel to Measure Frequency ... 2-10 2-10. Configuring a Channel to Measure Temperature ... 2-11 2-11. Configuring a Channel OFF ... 2-14 2-12. SETTING OPERATING CONDITIONS ... 2-15 2-13. Setting the Scan Interval ... 2-15 2-14. S etting the Measurement Rate ... 2-16 2-15. Setting the Alarms ... 2-17 2-16. S etting the Mx+B S caling ... 2-21 2-17. OPERATING MODES· ... 2-24 2-18. Using the Scan Mode ... 2-24 2-19. Memory Card Error Messages ... , ... 2-26 2-20. Using the Monitor Mode ... 2-27 2-21. Using the Review Mode ... 2-25 2-22. ADDITIONAL FEATURES ... 2-29 2-23. Scan Triggering Options ... 2-29 2-24. Totalizer Operation ... 2-30 2-25. Digital Input/Output Lines ... 2-31 . 2-26. Setting Date and Time ... 2-32 2-27. Reading Instrument Software Versions ... 2-33 2-28. Returning to the LOCAL Mode ... 2-34 2-29. Front Panel Key Lockout Options ... 2-35 2-30. INSTRUMENT INTERFACES ... 2-36 2-31. . Memory Card Interface ... 2-36 2-32. RS-232 Computer Interface ... 2-36 2-33. -Using the RS-232 Computer Interface with a.Printer ... 2-36 2-34. Using the RS-232 Computer Interface with a Modem ... 2-36 3 MEMORY CARD OPERATIONS ... 3-1 3-1. SUMMARY OF MEMORY CARD OPERATION ... 3-3 3-2. Memory Card Files ... 3-4 3-3. Memory Card Capacity ... 3-4 3-4. Memorv Card Battery ... 3-5 3-5. INSERTING AND REMOVING THE MEMORY CARD ... 3-5 3-6. Inserting a Memory Card ... 3-5 3-7. Removing a Memory Card ... 3-5 3-8. Changing the Memory Card during Scanning ... 3-5 3-9. Setting the Memory Card Write-Protect Feature ... 3-5 ‘ 3-10. INSTALLING OR REPLACING THE MEMORY CARD BATTERY ... : ... 3-5 3-11. INITIALIZING A MEMORY CARD ... 3-7 3-12. RECORDING MEASUREMENT RESULTS DURING SCANNING ... 3-8 3-13. SETUP FILE PROCEDURES ... 3-9 3-14'.. Using SETUP STORE ... ; ... 3-9 3-15. Using SETUP LOAD ... 3-10 3-16. Using SETUP ERASE ... 3-11 3-17. DATA FILE PROCEDURES ... 3-12 3-18. Using DATA OPEN ... 3-12 3-19. Using DATA ERASE ... 3-13 3-20. SETUP AND DATA FILES DIRECTORY ... 3-14 3-21. SETUP AND DATA FILE CURRENT STATUS ... 3-16 COMPUTER OPERATIONS ... 4-1 4-1. SUMMARY OF COMPUTER OPERATIONS ... 4-3 4-2. CONNECTING THE INSTRUMENT TO A PC ... 4-3 4-3. CONFIGURING THE INSTRUMENT FOR COMPUTER OPERATIONS ... 4-5 4-4. CONFIGURING THE PC FOR COMPUTER OPERATIONS ... 4-6 4-5. TESTING THE INSTRUMENT/PC RS-232 Interface ... 4-6 4-6. Testing the RS-232 Interface Using Terminal Emulation (Windows) ... 4-6 4-7. Testing the RS-232 Interface Using Terminal Emulation (Generic) ... 4-7 4-8. Testing the RS-232 Interface Using GWBASIC ... 4-9 4-9. Testing the RS-232 Interface Using QB ASIC ... 4-10 4-10. COMPUTER Interface COMMANDS AND OPERATIONS ... 4-12 4-11. .How the Instrument Proces ses Input ... 4-12 4-12. Input T erminators ... 4-12 4-13. Input String Examples ... 4-12 4-14. Sending Numeric Values to the Instrument ... 4-13 4-15. How the Instrument Processes Output ... 4-13 4-16. Status Registers ... 4-13 4-17. Computer Interface Command Set ... 4-18 4-18. XMODEM File Transfers ... 4-18 PRINTER OPERATIONS ... 5-1 5-1. SUMMARY OF Printer OPERATIONS ... 5-3 5-2. CONNECTING THE INSTRUMENT TO A Printer ... 5-3 5-3. CONFIGURING FOR Printer OPERATIONS ... 5-5 5-4. PRINTING MEASUREMENT DATA AND MEMORY CARD DIRECTORY ... 5-6 5-5. Printing Measurement Results During Scanning ... ! ... 5-7 5 -6. Printing the Review Array ... 5-8 .5-7. Printing the Directory of the Memory Card ... 5-9 6 MODEM OPERATIONS ... 6-1 6-1. SUMMARY OF MODEM OPERATIONS ... 6-3 6-2. CONNECTING THE MODEM TO A PC FOR MODEM CONFIGURATION ... , ... 6-4 6-3. CONFIGURING THE INSTRUMENT MODEM FOR MODEM OPERATIONS ... 6-4 6-4. CONNECTING THE MODEM TO AN INSTRUMENT ... 6-6 6-5. CONFIGURING THE INSTRUMENT FOR MODEM OPERATIONS ... 6-7 6-6. TESTING THE RS-232/MODEM INTERFACE ... 6-8 7 MAINTENANCE ... : ... 7-1 7-1. INTRODUCTION ... 7-3 7-2. CLEANING ... 7-3 7-3., LINE FUSE ... : ... 7-3 7-4: SELFTEST DIAGNOSTICS AND ERROR CODES ... 7-4 7-5. PERFORMANCE TESTS ... 7-4 7-6. Accuracy Verification Test ... 7-6 7-7. Channel Integrity Test ... 7-8 7-8. Thermocouple Measurement Range Accuracy Test ... 7-8 7-9. Four-Terminal Resistance Test ... 7-9 7-10. Thermocouple Temperature Accuracy Test ... 7-10 7-11. Open Thermocouple Response Test ... 7-10 7-12. RTD Temperature Accuracy Test ... 7-12 7-13. Digital Input/Output Verification Tests ... 7-15 7-14. Dedicated Alarm Output Test ... 7-18 7-15. External Trigger Input Test ... 7-20 7-16. CALIBRATION ... ! ... 7-21 7-17. VARIATIONS IN THE DISPLAY ... 7-21 7-18. SERVICE ... 7-21 APPENDICES A SPECIFICATIONS ... «A-1 A-l. INTRODUCTION ... A-l A-2. DC VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS ... A-2 A-3. TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS (THERMOCOUPLES) ... A-3 A-4. TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS (RTDS) ... A-4 A-5. AC VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS ... A-5 A-6. RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS ... A-6 A-7. FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS ... A-7 A-8. TYPICAL SCANNING RATE ... ' ... A-8 A-9. MAXIMUM AUTORANGING TIME ... A-9 A-10. TOTALIZING INPUT ... A-10 A-ll. DIGITAL INPUTS ... A-ll A-12. TRIGGER INPUTS..: ... A-12 A-l3. DIGITAL AND ALARM OUTPUTS ... A-13 A-14. REAL-TIME CLOCK AND CALENDAR ... A-14 A-15. ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS ... A-15 A-16. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ... A-16 B SERVICE CENTERS ... B-1 C CROSSTALK CONSIDERATIONS ... C-1 C-1. INTRODUCTION ... :.L ... C-1 C-2. AC SIGNAL CROSSTALK IN A DC VOLTAGE CHANNEL ... C-2 C-3. AC SIGNAL CROSSTALK INTO AN AC VOLTAGE CHANNEL ... C-3 C-4. AC SIGNAL CROSSTALK INTO AN OHMS CHANNEL ... C-4 C-5. AC SIGNAL CROSSTALK INTO A FREQUENCY CHANNEL ... C-5 C-6. AC SIGNAL CROSSTALK INTO A TEMPERATURE CHANNEL ... C-6 D BINARY UPLOAD OF LOGGED DATA (LOG_BlN?) ... D-1 D-l. INTRODUCTION ... D-1 D-2. DECODING THE ASCII STRING ... D-2 D-3. FLOATING POINT CONVERSION ... D-3 D-4. EXAMPLE ... _ ... D-4 E RS-232 CABLING ... E-1 E-l. INTRODUCTION ... ! ... E-1 E-2. CONNECTIONS ... E-2 E-3. CABLES ... E-3 F 8-BIT BINARY-CODED-DECIMAL TABLE ... F-1 G MEMORY CARD FILE FORMATS ... G-1 G-l. INTRODUCTION ... G-1 G-2. DATA FILE FORMAT ... G-2 G-3. SETUP FILE FORMAT ... G-3 G-4. EXAMPLE ... G-4 H TRUE-RMS MEASUREMENTS ... H-1 H-l.. INTRODUCTION ... H-1 H-2. EFFECTS OF INTERNAL NOISE IN AC - ' MEASUREMENTS ... H-2 H-3. WAVEFORM COMPARISON (TRUE RMS VS AVERAGE RESPONDING) ... H-3 INDEX INDEX-1

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