Multifunction Process Calibrator

Multifunction Process Calibrator
®
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Multifunction Process Calibrator
Product Overview
PN 2441588
September 2005
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Table of Contents
Title
Introduction ....................................................................................................................
Accessing the Users Manual .....................................................................................
Contacting Fluke ............................................................................................................
Standard Equipment.......................................................................................................
Safety Information ..........................................................................................................
Symbols.....................................................................................................................
Getting Acquainted with the Calibrator ...........................................................................
Input and Output Terminals .......................................................................................
Keys ..........................................................................................................................
Display.......................................................................................................................
Maintenance...................................................................................................................
Replacing the Batteries .............................................................................................
Cleaning the Calibrator ..............................................................................................
Service Center Calibration or Repair .........................................................................
Replacement Parts ....................................................................................................
Specifications .................................................................................................................
DC Voltage Measurement and Source ......................................................................
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DC mA Measurement and Source ............................................................................
Ohms Measurement..................................................................................................
Ohms Source ............................................................................................................
Frequency Measurement ..........................................................................................
Frequency Source.....................................................................................................
Temperature, Thermocouples...................................................................................
RTD Accuracy (Read and Source) (ITS-90)..............................................................
Loop Power Supply ...................................................................................................
Pulse Read and Pulse Source ..................................................................................
Pressure Measurement.............................................................................................
General Specifications ..............................................................................................
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Multifunction Process Calibrator
Introduction
Accessing the Users Manual
The Fluke 726 Multifunction Process Calibrator (referred to as
“the Calibrator”) is a handheld, battery-operated instrument that
measures and sources electrical and physical parameters. See
Table 1.
In addition to the functions in Table 1, the Calibrator also has the
following features and functions:
•
A split-screen display. The upper display allows users to
measure volts, current, and pressure only. The lower
display allows the user to measure and source volts,
current, pressure, resistance temperature detectors,
thermocouples, frequency, and ohms.
•
A thermocouple (TC) input/output terminal and internal
isothermal block with automatic reference-junction
temperature compensation.
•
Stores and recalls setups.
•
Manual and automatic stepping and ramping.
•
Stores and recalls calibration screens.
•
Control the Calibrator remotely from a PC running a
terminal emulator program.
The 726 Users Manual is available on the 725/726 CD included
with the Calibrator.
Contacting Fluke
To order accessories, receive operating assistance, or locate the
nearest Fluke distributor or Service Center, call:
USA: 1-888-44-FLUKE (1-888-443-5853)
Canada: 1-800-36-FLUKE (1-800-363-5853)
Europe: +31 402-675-200
Japan: +81-3-3434-0181
Singapore: +65-738-5655
Anywhere in the world: +1-425-446-5500
USA Service: 1-888-99-FLUKE (1-888-993-5853)
Or, visit Fluke's Web site at www.fluke.com.
To register your product, visit register.fluke.com
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Table 1. Summary of Source and Measure Functions
Function
Measure
Source
dc V
0 V to 30 V
0 V to 20 V
dc mA
0 to 24 mA
0 to 24 mA
Frequency
2 CPM to 15 kHz
2 CPM to 15 kHz
Resistance
0 Ω to 4000 Ω
5 Ω to 4000 Ω
Thermocouple
Types E, J, K, T, B, R, S, L, U, N, C, XK, BP
Pt100 Ω (385)
Pt100 Ω (3926)
Pt100 Ω (3916)
Pt200 Ω (385)
RTD
(ResistanceTemperature
Detector)
Pt500 Ω (385)
Pt1000 Ω (385)
Ni120 (672)
CU10
2
Pressure
29 modules ranging from 1.0 in. H2O to 10,000 psi
Pulse
1-100,000
Freqency Max 10 kHz
Other functions
Loop supply, HART resistor, pressure switch test, save screen, step, ramp, memory, cold
junction compensation
1-10,000
Frequency Range 2 CPM to 10 kHz
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Standard Equipment
Standard Equipment
Safety Information
If the Calibrator is damaged or something is missing, contact the
place of purchase immediately. To order replacement parts, see
Table 5. The items listed below are included with the Calibrator.
•
TL75 test leads
•
AC72 alligator clips
•
Stackable alligator clip test leads
•
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725/726 CD-ROM
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4 AA Batteries (installed)
The Calibrator is designed in accordance with CAN/CSA-C22.2
NO. 61010-1-04, UL 61010-1, and ISA 82.02.01
XW Warning
To avoid possible electric shock or personal injury,
use the Calibrator only as specified in this manual,
otherwise the protection provided by the Calibrator
may be impaired.
A Warning identifies conditions and actions that pose hazard(s)
to the user. A Caution identifies conditions and actions that may
damage the Calibrator or the equipment under test.
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XW Warning
To avoid possible electric shock or personal injury:
•
Use the Calibrator only as described in the Users Manual or the protection provided by the Calibrator may be impaired.
•
Do not apply more than the rated voltage, as marked on the Calibrator, between the terminals, or between any terminal
and earth ground (30 V 24 mA max all terminals).
•
Before each use, verify the Calibrator’s operation by measuring a known voltage.
•
Follow all equipment safety procedures.
•
Use the proper terminals, mode, and range for the measuring or sourcing application.
•
Never touch the probe to a voltage source when the test leads are plugged into the current terminals.
•
Do not use the Calibrator if it is damaged. Before using the Calibrator, inspect the case. Look for cracks or missing
plastic. Pay particular attention to the insulation surrounding the connectors.
•
Select the proper function and range for the measurement.
•
Make sure the battery door is closed and latched before operating the Calibrator.
•
Remove test leads from the Calibrator before opening the battery door.
•
Inspect the test leads for damaged insulation or exposed metal. Check test lead continuity. Replace damaged test leads
before using the Calibrator.
•
When using the probes, keep your fingers away from the probe contacts. Keep fingers behind the finger guards on the
probes.
•
Connect the common test lead before connecting the live test lead. When disconnecting the test leads, disconnect the
live test lead first.
•
Do not use the Calibrator if it operates abnormally. Protection may be impaired. When in doubt, have the Calibrator
serviced.
•
Do not operate the Calibrator around explosive gas, vapor, or dust.
•
When using a pressure module, make sure the process pressure line is shut off and depressurized before connecting it
or disconnecting it from the pressure module.
•
Use only 4 AA batteries, properly installed in the Calibrator case, to power the Calibrator.
•
Disconnect test leads before changing to another measure or source function.
•
When servicing the Calibrator, use only specified replacement parts.
•
To avoid false readings, which could lead to possible electric shock or personal injury, replace the battery as soon as
the battery indicator (M) appears.
•
Turn off circuit power before connecting the Calibrator mA and COM terminals in the circuit. Place Calibrator in series
with the circuit.
•
Do not allow water into the case.
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Safety Information
WCaution
To avoid possible damage to the Calibrator or to equipment under test:
•
Disconnect the power and discharge all high-voltage capacitors before testing resistance or continuity.
•
Use the proper input jacks, function, and range for the measurement or sourcing application.
Symbols
Symbols used on the Calibrator and in this manual are explained in Table 2.
Table 2. International Symbols
B
AC - Alternating current
F
DC - Direct current
J
Earth ground
f
Pressure
P
)
Conforms to European Union directives
T
M
W
O
X
Double insulated
Battery
Risk of danger. Important information. See Manual. Precedes
Warning.
Power ON/OFF
Hazardous Voltage. Precedes Warning.
Conforms to Canadian Standards Association directives.
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Getting Acquainted with the Calibrator
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Input and Output Terminals
Figure 1 shows the Calibrator input and output terminals. Table 3
explains their use.
Table 3. Input/Output Terminals and Connectors
No
Name
A
Pressure
module
connector/serial
connector
V,
B, C MEASURE
mA terminals
D
Thermocouple
(TC)
input/output
SOURCE/
E, F MEASURE V,
RTD, Pulse,Hz,
Ω terminals
SOURCE/
mA
G, H MEASURE
terminals, 3W,
4W
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Description
Connects the Calibrator to a pressure
module or to a PC for a remote control
serial connection.
Input terminals for measuring voltage,
current, supplying loop power, HART
resistance, switch test options.
Terminal for measuring or simulating
thermocouples. This terminal accepts a
miniature polarized thermocouple plug
with flat, in-line blades spaced 7.9 mm
(0.312 in) center to center.
ZERO
%Error
3 Seconds
V mA
LOOP
OPEN/CLOSE
SWITCH
TEST
HART
V mA
MEAS
SOURCE
TC
FREQ
RTD
PULSE
EXIT CONFIG
CONFIG
SELECTION
100%
SAVE
RECALL
25%
ENTER
25%
TRIGGER/STOP
0%
Return
Return to
to
Recall
Recal
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Terminals for sourcing or measuring
voltage, resistance, pulse, frequency, and
RTDs.
Terminals for sourcing and measuring
current and performing 3 W and 4 W RTD
measurements. HART resistor option in
mA mode.
2
3
7
6
5
4
bec05f.eps
Figure 1. Input/Output Terminals and Connectors
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Getting Acquainted with the Calibrator
Keys
Figure 2 shows the Calibrator keys and Table 4 explains their use.
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PRECISION CALIBRATOR
20
19
2
6
4
18
ZERO
%Error
3 Seconds
V mA
LOOP
17
OPEN/CLOSE
SWITCH
TEST
HART
RTD
1
PULSE
EXIT CONFIG
CONFIG
SELECTION
25%
TRIGGER/STOP
Return to
Recal
0%
FREQ
RTD
PULSE
EXIT CONFIG
CONFIG
SELECTION
15
25%
ENTER
25%
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8
100%
SAVE
RECALL
25%
ENTER
TC
16
5
100%
SAVE
RECALL
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SWITCH
TEST
V mA
FREQ
MEAS
SOURCE
TC
OPEN/CLOSE
3 Seconds
HART
V mA
MEAS
SOURCE
ZERO
%Error
V mA
LOOP
9
TRIGGER/STOP
13
12
Return to
Recallurn to
Recal
0%
10
11
bec41f.eps
Figure 2. Keys
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Table 4. Key Functions
No
A
B
C
Name
O
Description
Turns the power on or off.
%Error
l
ZERO
3 Seconds
A
Toggles voltage, mA, or Loop Power and % Error measurement functions in the upper display.
Selects the pressure measurement function in the upper display. Repeated pushes cycle through the
different pressure units. Zeros pressure when held for 3 seconds.
D
OPEN/CLOSE
Q
Activates the switch test.
E
F
G
C
Turns backlight on or off.
K
Selects frequency sourcing or measurement.
P
Selects pulse sourcing or measurement.
H
EXIT CONFIG
I
H
I
J
K
8
G
J
Recalls a source value from memory corresponding to 100 % of span and sets it as the source value.
Press and hold to store the source value as the 100 % value.
Exits Configuration Menu.
Increments output by 25 % of span.
Decrements output by 25 % of span.
Recalls from memory a source value corresponding to 0 % of span and sets it as the source value.
Press and hold to store the source value as the 0 % value.
Press and hold when powering up to identify the firmware version. The firmware version is shown in the
upper display for about 1 second after initialization.
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Table 4. Key Functions (cont.)
No
Name
L
TRIGGER/STOP
M
L
XW Y Z
Return to
Recall
N
S
O
C
P
M
Q
T
R
V
S
R
T
U
ENTER
HART
Description
Cycles through :
E Slow repeating 0 % - 100 % - 0 % ramp
P Fast repeating 0 % - 100 % - 0 % ramp
N Repeating 0 % - 100 % - 0 % ramp in 25 % steps
Used for the pulse train and totalizer functions.
Increases or decreases the source level.
Cycles through the 2-, 3-, and 4-wire selections.
Moves through the memory locations of Calibrator setups.
Moves through the configuration menus.
Saves and recalls setups & data.
ENTER is used in the configuration menus.
Used to enter and navigate the configuration menus.
Cycles the Calibrator through MEASURE and SOURCE modes in the lower display.
Selects TC (thermocouple) measurement and sourcing function in the lower display. Repeated
pushes cycle through the thermocouple types.
Toggles between voltage, mA sourcing, or mA simulate functions in the lower display.
Inserts a 250 Ω resistor when in mA.
Selects RTD (resistance temperature detector) measurement and sourcing function in lower
display. Repeated pushes cycle through the RTD types. Selects resistance mode.
Selects the pressure measurement and sourcing function. Repeated pushes cycle through the
different pressure units.
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Display
Figure 3 shows the elements of a typical display.
Loop
Indicator
Memory Locations
for Calibrator Setups
HART Mode
Indicator
Low Battery
Symbol
Units
Display
Mode
Indicator
% Error
Indicators
Auto
Ramp
bec07f.eps
Figure 3. Elements of a Typical Display
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Replacing the Batteries
XWWarning
To avoid false readings, which could lead to
possible electric shock or personal injury, replace
the batteries as soon as the battery indicator (M)
appears.
Figure 4 shows you how to replace the batteries.
Battery and
Compartment
bec38f.eps
Figure 4. Replacing the Batteries
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Cleaning the Calibrator
WCaution
To avoid damaging the plastic lens and case, do not
use solvents or abrasive cleansers.
Clean the Calibrator and pressure modules with a soft cloth
dampened with water or water and mild soap.
Service Center Calibration or Repair
Calibration, repairs, or servicing not covered in this manual
should be performed only by qualified service personnel. If the
Calibrator fails, check the batteries first, and replace them if
needed.
To locate an authorized service center, refer to “Contacting
Fluke” at the beginning of the manual.
Replacement Parts
Table 5 lists the part number of each replaceable part. Refer to
Figure 5.
Table 5. Replacement Parts
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
AA alkaline batteries
Case screws
Battery door
Accessory mount
Tilt stand
Battery door 1/4-turn
fasteners
TL75 series test leads
Test lead, red
Test lead, black
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Manual
AC72 alligator clip, red
AC72 alligator clip, black
725/726 CD ROM,
contains User Manual
PN
Qty.
376756
832246
664250
658424
659026
948609
4
4
1
1
1
2
855742
688051
688066
2441588
1
1
1
1
1670641
1670652
1549615
1
1
1
Maintenance
1
2
10
3
4
6
5
7
9
11
8
zi45f.eps
Figure 5. Replacement Parts
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Specifications
Specifications are based on a one year calibration cycle and apply from +18 °C to +28 °C unless stated otherwise. All specifications assume
a five-minute warmup period.
DC Voltage Measurement and Source
Range
30 V (upper display)
20 V (lower display)
20 V (Source)
100 mV (Source)
90 mV (Read)
Minimum
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Maximum
30.000
20.000
20.000
100.000
90.000
Accuracy,
(% of Reading + Floor)
0.010 % + 2 mV
0.010 % + 2 mV
0.010 % + 2 mV
0.010 % + 10 µV
0.010 % + 10 µV
Maximum current output in voltage ranges is 1 mA with an output impedance of ≤ 1 Ω
DC mA Measurement and Source
Range
Minimum
Maximum
Accuracy,
(% of Reading + Floor)
mA Read (Upper Display)
0.000
24.000
0.010 % + 2 µA
mA Read (Lower Display)
0.000
24.000
0.010 % + 2 µA
mA Source
0.000
24.000
0.010 % + 2 µA
Maximum load on, mA source is 1 ke. With the HART resistor on, maximum load is 750 Ω.
Voltage input range on simulate mode is 5 to 30 V
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Specifications
Ohms Measurement
Ohms Range
Minimum
Maximum
Accuracy
(% of Reading + Floor)
Ohms Read (low)
0.00
400.00
0.015 % + 0.05 Ω
Ohms Read (high)
401.0
4000.0
0.015 % + 0.5 Ω
Ohms Source
Ohms Range
Ohms Source (low)
Ohms Source (high)
Minimum
Maximum
Excitation Current from
Measurement Device
Accuracy
(% of Reading + Floor)
5.0
400.0
0.1 to 0.5 mA
0.015 % + 0.1 Ω
5.0
400.0
0.5 to 3 mA
0.015 % + 0.05 Ω
400
1500
0.05 to 0.8 mA
0.015 % + 0.5 Ω
1500
4000
0.05 to 0.4 mA
0.015 % + 0.5 Ω
Unit is compatible with smart transmitters and PLCs.
Frequency response is ≤ 5 mS
Frequency Measurement
Range
CPM Read
Hz Read
KHz Read
Minimum
2.0
1.0
1.00
Maximum
1000.0
1000.0
15.00
Accuracy
(% of Reading + Floor)
0.05 % + 0.1 CPM
0.05 % + 0.1 Hz
0.05 % + 0.01 KHz
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Frequency Source
Range
Minimum
CPM Source
Hz Source
KHz Source
2.0
1.0
1.0
10.00
Maximum
Accuracy
1000
1000.0
10.00
15.00
0.05 %
0.05 %
0.25 %
0.50 %
Temperature, Thermocouples
Type
J
K
T
E
R
Minimum
-210
0.0
800
-200
0.0
1000
-250
0.0
-250
-100
-20
0.0
CJC error outside of 23 ± 5 °C is 0.05 °C / °C
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Maximum
0.0
800
1200
0.0
1000
1372
0.0
400
-100
1000
0.0
1767
CJC ON
Accuracy
CJC OFF
Accuracy
0.6
0.4
0.5
0.8
0.5
0.7
0.8
0.4
0.8
0.4
2.0
1.4
0.4
0.2
0.3
0.6
0.3
0.5
0.6
0.2
0.6
0.4
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Specifications
Type
S
B
C
L
U
N
XK
BP
Minimum
-20
0.0
600
800
1000
0.0
1000
-200
0.0
-200
0.0
-200
0.0
-200
0.0
800
Maximum
0.0
1767
800
1000
1820
1000
2316
0.0
900
0.0
600
0.0
1300
800
800
2500
CJC ON
Accuracy
CJC OFF
Accuracy
2.0
1.4
1.4
1.5
1.7
0.8
2.5
0.45
0.4
0.7
0.45
1.0
0.6
0.4
1.1
2.3
Range
1.8
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.5
0.6
2.3
0.25
0.2
0.5
0.25
0.8
0.4
0.2
0.9
2.1
Accuracy
0.015 % + 10 µV
(% of Reading + Floor)
0.015 % + 10 µV
(% of Reading + Floor)
Thermocouple in mV read
-10 °C to 75 °C
Thermocouple in mV source
-10 °C to 75 °C
Maximum current output in voltage ranges is 1 mA with an output impedance of ≤ 1 e
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RTD Accuracy (Read and Source) (ITS-90)
Range
Ni120 (672)
Pt100 (385)
Pt100 (3926)
Pt100 (3916)
Pt200 (385)
Pt500 (385)
Pt1000 (385)
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Minimum
-80.00
-200.00
100.00
300.00
600.00
-200.00
100.00
300.00
-200.00
100.00
300.00
-200.00
100.00
300.00
-200.00
100.00
300.00
-200.00
100.00
300.00
-10.00
Maximum
260.00
100.00
300.00
600.00
800.00
100.00
300.00
630.00
100.00
300.00
630.00
100.00
300.00
630.00
100.00
300.00
630.00
100.00
300.00
630.00
250.00
Notes: Read Accuracy is based on 4-wire input. For 3-wire input, add ± 0.05 e assuming all three RTD leads are matched.
Source Accuracy is based on 0.5 to 3.0 mA excitation current (0.1 mA for pt1000 range)
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Accuracy
0.15
0.15
0.25
0.35
0.45
0.15
0.25
0.35
0.15
0.25
0.35
0.75
0.85
0.95
0.35
0.45
0.55
0.15
0.25
0.35
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Specifications
Loop Power Supply
Voltage: 24 V
Maximum current: 22 mA
Short circuit protected.
Pulse Read and Pulse Source
Pulse
Source
Min
Max
10,000
1
Accuracy
1 Count
Frequency
2 CPM to 10 kHz
100,000
Read
Pressure Measurement
Range
Determined by
pressure module
Resolution
5 digits
Accuracy
Determined by
pressure module
Units
Mode
psi, inH2O@4 °C, inH2O@20 °C, kPa,
cm H2O@4 °C, cmH2O@20 °C, bar,
mbar, kg/cm2, mmHg, inHg
Pushing A for 3 seconds
stores present pressure value
as an offset and subtracts it
from the displayed value
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General Specifications
Operating temperature
-10 °C to 50 °C
Storage temperature
- 20 °C to 70 °C
Stability
± 0.005 % of range/°C outside of 23 ± 5 °C
3000 meters above mean sea level
Operating altitude
Relative Humidity (% RH operating without condensation)
Vibration
Safety
Power requirements
Protection Class
Size
Weight
20
90 % (10 to 30 °C)
75 % (30 to 40 °C)
45 % (40 to 50 °C)
35 % (50 to 55 °C)
uncontrolled < 10 °C
Random, 2 g, 5 to 500 Hz
EN50082-1:1992 and EN55022: 1994 Class B Criteria A or B CSA
C22.2 No 1010.1:1992
4 AA alkaline batteries
Pollution Degree II
96 x 200 x 47 mm. (3.75 x 7.9 x 1.86 in)
650 gm (1 lb, 7 oz)
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