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Datron 1065: (90 Day) CAL VER IEEE /5700

Date: 2002-12-06

Revision: 1.2

Automated Reference: Fluke 5700A

Models covered: 1065

Source: Users Handbook

Part Number 850043

Issue 1.4 (MAY 1989)

Portocal II

Verify to 90 day

Datron 1065

Version 1.10

Pre Adjustment Procedure

Compatibility: MET/CAL 6.11A or later

Subprocedures: Sub Wait

Sub Datron 10xx Take Reading IEEE

Sub Datron 10xx Input Zero IEEE

Required Files: 1081back - Power Lead and IEEE Connection Bitmap

1081_dis - Cal key set to RUN Bitmap

1065in57 - Connections Bitmap

Additional equipment Required:

The Procedure was tested using:

Model No 1065

Serial No 14262

Options 10 20 30 40 50

The average run time during testing was 55 minutes.

The procedure is intended for use with Met/Cal(r) calibration software,

and the terms and conditions set forth in your METCAL license apply to

this procedure.

Due to our policy of continuously up dating our products, this procedure

may contain minor differences in specification to those found in the manual

or other documentation. While every effort has been made to ensure that

this procedure is accurate, Fluke cannot be held responsible for the

consequences of error or omissions found within this procedure.

The copyright in this procedure is owned by Fluke Precision Measurement

Limited.

Registers Used

M[1] = Average Readings Counter (Adjustment)

M[2] = Readings to Discard (Adjustment)

M[3] = Sum of Averages (Adjustment)

M[4] = Average of Readings (Adjustment)

M[6] = First Delimited Value to Identify Option 12

M[7] = Second Delimited Value to Identify Option 12

M[10] = Number of Readings Reqd (Adjustment)

M[101] = Adjustment Retry Counter

M[102] = Invalid Measurement Counter

M[103] = Units Multiplier

M[104] = Tolerance

M[105] = Tight Tolerance % Multiplier

M[106] = Delay Time Remain Counter

M[107] = Tight Limit Calculated

M[255] = Delay Time (s)

S[2] = Range String

S[10] = DCV Function Selected

S[11] = ACV Function Selectied

S[12] = Resistance Function Selected

S[20] = DCV Function Option Fitted

S[21] = ACV Function Option Fitted

S[22] = Resistance Function Option Fitted

S[32] = Delay Time Message

Datron 1065: (1 Year) CAL VER IEEE /5700

Date: 2002-12-06

Revision: 1.2

Automated Reference: Fluke 5700A

Models covered: 1065

Source: Users Handbook

Part Number 850043

Issue 1.4 (MAY 1989)

Source Author: Portocal II

Verify to 365 day

Datron 1065

Version 1.10

Pre Adjustment Procedure

Compatibility: MET/CAL 6.11A or later

Subprocedures: Sub Wait

Sub Datron 10xx Take Reading IEEE

Sub Datron 10xx Input Zero IEEE

Required Files: 1081back - Power Lead and IEEE Connection Bitmap

1081_dis - Cal key set to RUN Bitmap

1065in57 - Connections Bitmap

Additional equipment Required:

The Procedure was tested using:

Model No 1065

Serial No 14262

Options 10 20 30 40 50

The average run time during testing was 55 minutes.

The procedure is intended for use with Met/Cal(r) calibration software,

and the terms and conditions set forth in your METCAL license apply to

this procedure.

Due to our policy of continuously up dating our products, this procedure

may contain minor differences in specification to those found in the manual

or other documentation. While every effort has been made to ensure that

this procedure is accurate, Fluke cannot be held responsible for the

consequences of error or omissions found within this procedure.

The copyright in this procedure is owned by Fluke Precision Measurement

Limited.

Registers Used

M[1] = Average Readings Counter (Adjustment)

M[2] = Readings to Discard (Adjustment)

M[3] = Sum of Averages (Adjustment)

M[4] = Average of Readings (Adjustment)

M[6] = First Delimited Value to Identify Option 12

M[7] = Second Delimited Value to Identify Option 12

M[10] = Number of Readings Reqd (Adjustment)

M[101] = Adjustment Retry Counter

M[102] = Invalid Measurement Counter

M[103] = Units Multiplier

M[104] = Tolerance

M[105] = Tight Tolerance % Multiplier

M[106] = Delay Time Remain Counter

M[107] = Tight Limit Calculated

M[255] = Delay Time (s)

S[2] = Range String

S[10] = DCV Function Selected

S[11] = ACV Function Selectied

S[12] = Resistance Function Selected

S[20] = DCV Function Option Fitted

S[21] = ACV Function Option Fitted

S[22] = Resistance Function Option Fitted

S[32] = Delay message

Datron 1065: CAL ADJ IEEE /5700

Date: 2002-12-06

Revision: 1.2

Automated Reference: Fluke 5700A

Models covered: 1065

Source: Calibration & Servicing Handbook

Part Number 850047

Issue 3 (SEPT.1984)

Source Author: Portocal II

Adjustment

Datron 1065

Version 1.10

Full Adjustment Procedure

Compatibility: MET/CAL 6.11A or later

Subprocedures: Sub Wait

Sub Datron 10xx Take Reading IEEE

Sub Datron 10xx Cal Adjust IEEE

Required Files: 1081back - Power Lead and IEEE Connection Bitmap

1081_dis - Cal key set to RUN Bitmap

1065in57 - Connections Bitmap

Additional equipment Required:

1 Short Link

The Procedure was tested using:

Model No 1065

Serial No 10167

Options

The average run time during testing was minutes.

The procedure is intended for use with Met/Cal(r) calibration software,

and the terms and conditions set forth in your METCAL license apply to

this procedure.

Due to our policy of continuously up dating our products, this procedure

may contain minor differences in specification to those found in the manual

or other documentation. While every effort has been made to ensure that

this procedure is accurate, Fluke cannot be held responsible for the

consequences of error or omissions found within this procedure.

The copyright in this procedure is owned by Fluke Precision Measurement

Limited.

Registers Used

M[1] = Average Readings Counter (Adjustment)

M[2] = Readings to Discard (Adjustment)

M[3] = Sum of Averages (Adjustment)

M[4] = Average of Readings (Adjustment)

M[6] = First Delimited Value to Identify Option 12

M[7] = Second Delimited Value to Identify Option 12

M[10] = Number of Readings Reqd (Adjustment)

M[101] = Adjustment Retry Counter

M[102] = Invalid Measurement Counter

M[103] = Units Multiplier

M[104] = Tolerance

M[105] = Tight Tolerance % Multiplier

M[106] = Delay Time Remain Counter

M[107] = Tight Limit Calculated

M[255] = Delay Time (s)

S[2] = Range String

S[10] = DCV Function Selected

S[11] = ACV Function Selectied

S[12] = Resistance Function Selected

S[13] = DCI Function Selected

S[14] = ACI Function Selected

S[20] = DCV Function Option Fitted

S[21] = ACV Function Option Fitted

S[22] = Resistance Function Option Fitted

S[23] = DCI Function Option Fitted

S[24] = ACI Function Option Fitted

S[25] = Message to explain that Option 12 is not supported.

S[32] = Delay Time Message