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Fluke124B

Hello

I have a met cal 7.3 with fluke 5500a 600MHz scope.

I want to calibrate a fluke 124B and i dont have a procedure. I try to copy one of fluke 124 and appear this error." E570;IEEE-488.2 INSTRUMENT ON BOARD 0 AT IEEE-488 ADRESS 4 REPROTS A DEVICE DEPENDENT ERROR(DDE)".

I try to advance some test , and some the test fluke 5500A generated signal correctly but the equipment dont send the value or change the measure.

 

Thanks in advance

Regards

Rui G

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Michael Schwartz

Just a few questions that can help you locate the problem..

Do you have your Fluke 5500A at address 4?

Are you sure that nothing else on the buss is at address 4?

Have you ran a self test on the Fluke 5500A?

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rui guerreiro

for the 3 questiones , YES.

 

metcal in the begin run a self test.

the problem the equipment dont do anything of procedure fluke 124(with some changes).

In the begin of procedure appear manufacturer and model but the firmware dont appear.

it is the same procedure for both?

 

thanks.

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Michael Johnston

Not a self test on the UUT, a self test on the 5520. You can perform a self test by:

SETUP>UTILITY FUNCTIONS>SELF TEST>DIAG

on the 5520 itself.

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rui guerreiro

self test pass on fluke 5500A.

 

the problem i think is in the comunication between metcal and fluke124B.

 

the procedure is the same of fluke124B?

 

 

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Michael Johnston

The error you're getting is related to the 5520, not the 124.

Do you have any other standards connected to the IEEE bus or is the 5520 the only one?

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rui guerreiro

the only one. stand alone PC->5500A

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Michael Johnston

Where in the procedure are you getting this error? What is the line it's happening on?

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rui guerreiro

on test Input A Trigger Sensitivity Test.

When generate with 5500A 100mV / 5MHz it appear on fluke 124B the wave but can't send the response to metcal procedure?

I jump a some tests until frequency measure and fluke 124B do the factory recall , and cant move to the measure Hz, and take the measure .

The error displays at the end of each test we run.

 

 

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Michael Johnston

Can you copy and paste that section of the procedure? After you paste it in, highlight the code and select "Computer Code" from the Styles dropdown in the comment window right here. That'll make it more readable.

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