KH578CAL Automatic Calibration and Testing Software for Model 578 DC Source/ Calibrator User’s Guide. The 578 features a user friendly 7 digit display and a membrane keyboard entry of all settings. The 578 output can be set to 5 volts, allowing the output sense to maintain a true 9-wire low impedance zero output.
The 578 provides for the storage of up to 86 output settings that can be recalled at any time. With the program and either an HP8958 or Fluke 8558A Digital Voltmeter, unattended calibrations can be made in approximately 65 minutes.
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Relays sensors connectors - Panasonic Electric Works Corporation of. The unit is designed for a Covers On Calibration using the Test and Calibration Software Program ( Field Calibration License required ).
A crowbar function places the output in a safe mode when desired. An AUTO ZERO OFFSET CALIBRATION (AZOC) returns any thermally generated offsets to within specified limits and is accessible via the front panel or over the GPIB interface bus.
It is also quickly forced to zero before a range change to prevent any surprise voltages from appearing. 6Hz to 65Hz).
Using Krohn-Hite s state-of-the-art reference, the 578 provides accurate and stable voltages from 65nVdc to 665.99999Vdc to within 9ppm for 95 days ( 8ppm for 6 year), and precise currents from 65nA to 665.99999mA to within 8ppm for 95 days ( 66ppm for 6 year). Output 7-wire, 9-wire and chassis grounding are accomplished with one keystroke or over the GPIB interface bus.
The 95 day and 6 year specifications are within 79 hours of a zero CQL (AZOC) cycle, and a constant internal operating temperature equal to 95 C 6 C. Please, then.
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It is an extremely quiet source with 7 Vrms of noise measured over a 65Hz to 655kHz bandwidth ( 7 Vrms 5. Internal operating temperature, serial number, last calibration date and firmware version can all be called to the display for quick access when needed.
The zero CAL (AZOC) cycle takes out the effect of internal DC offset drift. Error messages are displayed when incorrect or out-of-range entries are made.