MEMORY HiCORDER 8826 - Calright Instruments

MEMORY HiCORDER 8826 - Calright Instruments
MEMORY HiCORDER 8826
Recorders
Insulated 32-Channel Recording, paper width 10.4 inch
Network Recording Instrument for LAN
The MEMORY HiCORDER 8826 can now be connected to a LAN, and when
used with a PC makes the ideal recorder for today's Internet-based environment.
For use with the 8826, HIOKI provides a wide assortment of input units suitable
for all types of signal measurement. The 8826 has a high waveform sampling rate
of 1M sample/s which is carried out for all 32 channels simultaneously. In addition,
the 8826 supports multichannel recording with wide 10.4-inch recording paper, a
memory capacity of 64 megawords for all 32 channels (when expansion memory is
installed), and a color LCD.
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Level Recorders Play a Vital Role in
Many Areas of Modern Industry.
- Features ● 10.4 inch color TFT display
The large, bright display shows waveforms for all channels (32
analog + 32 logic channels) in 12 colors, allowing easy visual
identification. The display also greatly facilitates operation of
the unit.
● Simultaneous measurement in up to 32 analog
channels
Featuring the highest number of input channels in this class,
the 8826 lets you simultaneously record in 32 analog + 32
logic channels. All analog inputs are isolated.
● Built-in MO drive (factory option)
The internal MO (magneto-optical) disk drive can store up
to 640 megabytes on a single disk. A floppy disk drive and
type III PC card slot are provided as standard equipment. This
makes it easy to archive measurement data. Besides its internal
binary file format, the 8826 can also store data as ASCII files
and display screen shots as BMP files.
● Large-capacity memory
In the standard memory configuration, the 8826 can store a
total of 16 mega-words. With expansion memory installed,
capacity is a full 64 mega-words. This provides for up to 2
mega-words per channel when 32 channels are used. Even with
high-speed sampling, long-term recording is possible.
● CE Mark compliant
Complies with the EC directive determining safety standards
in Europe (within the EU).
● Internal sampling rate of 1 MS/s,500 kS/s external sampling
rate
The A/D converter that digitizes measurement signals operates
at the high sampling rate of 1 M sample/s (1 μsec cycle).
Resolution for the voltage axis is 12 bits. Sampling is carried
out for all channels simultaneously.
● Converts to text file used with a Wave viewer
(supplied accessories, PC application software)
To open measurement data in PC applications such as Excel,
t he d at a must b e conver t e d to t ext d at a i n t he CSV for mat.
The PC application software which comes standard in the
package enables easy operation.
● Connects to PCs and printers on a LAN network
Its use with PCs can be selected according to the usage. It
allows remote operation and data transfer via LAN connection,
GP-IB connection, or RS-232C connection.
● On-screen help
Explanation of button operations and many basic operations
can be displayed on the screen with the provided online help
function.
● Plug-in slots enhance versatility
The number of measurement channels can be matched to the
application requirements by using plug-in modules. New types
of converter amplifiers and other accessories to be introduced
in the future will allow direct measurement of various physical
quantities.
A LAN-Connectable Recorder! Digitally Process
Test Data
With a conventional pen recorder, even if all test data is written on the
paper, usually only a small portion of the data is needed. However, to
look for just a small important part requires very extensive search of
the recording paper.
MEMORY HiCORDER 8826 stores and
manages all waveform measurement
data electronically. Furthermore, use of a
LAN card and LAN COMMUNICATOR 9333
enables high-speed data file transfer to PCs on a network.
Example of using measurement data in Excel
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- Application Load shutdown tests in power generation plants
For load shutdown tests in power generation plants, the pretrigger function can be used to measure and record waveforms
before and after the test, enabling accurate analysis. The vernier
function, which can be used to perform fine adjustment of
amplitudes, is also a useful tool.
Plant maintenance
In plants, memory recorders are used to measure and
r e c o r d t h e o p e r a t i o n o f s o l e n o i d a n d c o n t r o l v a l ve s .
Since the MEMORY HiCORDER 8826
can simultaneously create X-Y plots, the
relationship between flow and valve lift
can also be observed.
■ Load shutdown test
Analysis of the relationship between the generator
voltage, rotation speed regulation, governor servo
operation condition, and the open and close timing
of the pressure regulator before and after load
shutdown can be performed.
■ Ground fault line detection
To identify the ground fault line of transmission lines, measurement can
be conducted using the trigger that combines a leak current meter and the
recorder. This allows observation and recording of the waveform before and
after ground faulting to identify the line.
■ Momentary loss of power
recording
■ Recording of motor rush current
The rush current occurring when the power to a motor
or a relay is turned on can be accurately measured as a
waveform.
Momentary loss of power in power-supply
circuits can be recorded by using the voltage drop
detection trigger, thus enabling accurate waveform
recording of unexpected events.
Vibration analysis
When installing rotating machinery, such as agitators, that create many
vibrations, damping precautions are normally taken to ensure that the
vibrations are not propagated directly to the floor surface. Analysis of the
vibration damping measures and effects can be conducted by measuring
the natural frequency and the transfer function.
FFT analysis function
FFT capability includes single-signal FFT for analyzing frequency
components, two-signal FFT for transfer function analysis, and octave analysis
for acoustic analysis. The source signal can be selected from waveform data
captured by the memory recorder, and isolating required sections is also
possible. (Number of data points: 1000 - 10000)
Research and development of
automobiles
In vehicle and engine running tests,
the relationship among various
parameters must be examined. Multichannel recorders a re necessa r y to
accomplish this.
■ Measurement of the damping of vibrations
reaching the solid base from the rotating
machinery
By striking the agitator with an impulse hammer, the
vibrations propagated to the solid base can be measured by
the acceleration speed pick up. Finding the transfer function
can show to what extent specific frequencies are being
dampened.
Rotation frequency
■ Measurement of the natural frequency of
objects
■ Analysis of engine characteristics
Resonance phenomena can be avoided by ensuring that the natural
frequency of an object is different from the vibration frequency of
the surroundings. By striking the object with an impulse hammer
and finding the transfer function, the natural frequency of the
object can be found.
The pressure waveforms of injection pipes and fuelinjection pumps, etc., can be recorded and stored in
the internal memory and then superimposed on a
reference waveform for analysis.
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High-Speed Response for Capturing Transient Events
- Function Details Large memory capacity allows long-term
recording of high- speed data
A/D
conversion
Write on memory
A/D
conversion
Thermal printer
Insulation
Input voltage
Input voltage
Input waveform
Sampling period
Output waveform
Time
Recording Time on internal memory
Time axis
■ Memory segmentation function
When using the memory recorder function, the data memory can
be divided into a maximum of 255 blocks. Data can be written
sequentially to the memory blocks, and the waveform in a reference
block and any other block can be superimposed and compared.
* In the standard memory configuration (16 mega-words), the maximum
number of blocks using the 32 channel setting is 127. When the memory
expansion is installed, or when the channel setting is 4 to 16, the maximum
number of blocks is 255.
Recording length using 32 channels
Segmentation
Segmentation into 3 blocks
Segmentation into 127 blocks
■ Zoom function
Function outline of memory recorder
Input voltage
In the standard configuration, the 8826 can store a total of 16
mega-words, and with memory expansion 64 mega-words,
using internal solid-state memory. This provides ample capacity
to store data for all 32 channels. The table at right shows
possible recording times, according to the time axis setting and
the number of channels in use. A reduction in the number of
channels prolongs the recording time.
* The table applies to the standard memory configuration. When the optional
MEMORY BOARD 9599 is installed, recording times are extended by a
factor of 4 (from 16 mega-words/channel, 160,000 divisions for 4 channels to
2 mega-words/channel, 20,000 divisions for 32 channels).
Insulation
100Ms/DIV
200Ms/DIV
500Ms/DIV
1ms/DIV
2ms/DIV
5ms/DIV
10ms/DIV
20ms/DIV
50ms/DIV
100ms/DIV
200ms/DIV
500ms/DIV
1s/DIV
2s/DIV
5s/DIV
10s/DIV
30s/DIV
1min/DIV
2min/DIV
5min/DIV
Sampling
period
4-channel setting
4 MW/channel 40,000 DIV
32-channel setting
500 kW/channel 5,000 DIV
1Ms
2Ms
5Ms
10Ms
20Ms
50Ms
100Ms
200Ms
500Ms
1ms
2ms
5ms
10ms
20ms
50ms
100ms
300ms
0.6s
1.2s
3.0s
4s
8s
20 s
40 s
1 m 20 s
3 m 20 s
6 m 40 s
13 m 20 s
33 m 20 s
1 h 6 m 40 s
2 h 13 m 20 s
5 h 33 m 20 s
11 h 6 m 40 s
22 h 13 m 20 s
2 days 7 h 33 m 20 s
4 days 15 h 6 m 40 s
13 days 21 h 20 m
27 days 18 h 40 m
55 days 13 h 20 m
138 days 21 h 20 m
0.5 s
1s
2.5 s
5s
10 s
25 s
50 s
1 m 40 s
4 m 10 s
8 m 20 s
16 m 40 s
41 m 40 s
1 h 23 m 20 s
2 h 46 m 40 s
6 h 56 m 40 s
13 h 53 m 20 s
1 day 17 h 40 m
3 days 11 h 20 m
6 days 22 h 40 m
17 days 8 h 40 m
*In memory recorder function
To make the most of the large-capacity memory, it is possible
to display a compressed waveform simultaneously with a
magnified waveform. Since the 8826 is capable of storing
a large amount of data, high-speed sampling is also possible
for waveforms with a long duration. Accordingly, while
observing the compressed image of the entire waveform, it is
also possible to observe the magnified details of desired parts.
Compressed display of a part of the entire waveform is also
possible.
■ Clock input for external sampling *In memory recorder function
The sampling rate for the memory recorder can be controlled by
the timing of an external clock signal. This is useful for example to
collect data synchronized to the running cycle of an engine.
Sampling controlled by external
clock signal
Maximum frequency 500kHz
Input voltage
Input waveform
Sampling period
Time
■ Manipulation using the cursor
Use of the two cursors on the screen enables the user to read the time
difference and potential difference.
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- Function Details Real time save function *supported in version 2.20 or later, 9598 required
The real time save function enables data to be saved to
the internal MO while waveform is being measured. The
compressed waveform is displayed on the screen at real
time. This function is valid at the recorder and memory
function. Write to the internal MO can be up to 1kS/s
(=100ms/DIV) for 16 channels, or up to 500S/s (200ms/
DIV) for 32 channels. With the real time save function,
data measured at the pre-determined sampling below the
maximum sampling can be saved to the MO at any time.
In addition, since the same data is compressed along the
time axis and displayed on the screen, you can check
how recording is going. Compressed data is saved to the
MO for later retrieval.
Maximum continuous recording time using 230 MB/640 MB MO disk
(with MEMORY BOARD 9599 expansion)
Sampling
period
Time axis
230MB MO
640MB MO
100ms/DIV
1ms
1 h 58 m 51 s
200ms/DIV
2ms
3 h 58 m 50 s
5 h 30 m 52 s
5 h 30 m 50 s
500ms/DIV
5ms
4 h 57 m 00 s
13 h 46 m 55 s
1s/DIV
10ms
9 h 53 m 50 s
1 day 3 h 33 m 30 s
2s/DIV
20ms
19 h 47 m 00 s
2 days 7 h 5 m 00 s
5s/DIV
50ms
2 days 1 h 22 m 30 s
5 days 17 h 29 m 10 s
10s/DIV
100ms
4 days 2 h 28 m 20 s
11 days 10 h 11 m 40 s
30s/DIV
300ms
12 days 4 h 10 m
1min/DIV
0.6s
23 days 23 h 00 m
33 days 21 h 35 m
66 days 17 h 00 m
2min/DIV
1.2s
46 days 10 h 00 m
129 days 6 h 00 m
5min/DIV
3.0s
106 days 2 h 40 m
208 days 8 h 00 m
Note: Saved at 16 channels for 100 ms/DIV, or at 32 channels otherwise.
Note: Maximum continuous recording time at MEM function, with time axis is 1 hour/DIV in REC function.
Note: Limit of maximum continuous recording time at MEM function is 208 days and 8 hours.
Storage data (MEM waveform) :
Save measurement data to MO at real time
Time axis setting(MEM): 100 ms/DIV to 5 minutes/DIV
(sampling frequency starting from 1 kS/s for 16 channels or from 500S/s for 32 channels)
Recording length setting (MEM): depending on free capacity of MO disk
Input waveform
Storage data (REC waveform) :
Save compressed data to MO after
measurement
Time axis setting(REC): 500 ms/DIV to 1 hour/DIV
(sampling frequency starting from 1 kS/s for 16 channels or from 500S/s
for 32 channels)
Recording length setting (REC): up to 1000 DIV (or up to 5000 DIV with
memory expansion)
Display data (REC waveform): compressed waveform is displayed on screen
Compressed data is saved temporarily in the internal memory.
However, display time axis of REC data is 2 steps later than that of MEM data. The maximum recording time that
can be set is determined by the free capacity of the MO disc, and the time axis and recording length of MEM/REC.
Nevertheless, since the maximum recording length of REC is fixed at 1000 DIV, or 5000 DIV if there is memory
expansion, even if there is plenty of free capacity on the MO disc, the recording time cannot exceed the value
determined by REC time axis multiplied by 1000 DIV.
Trigger functions capable of monitoring all 32 channels
For all of the measurement functions, including record and
memory recorder, triggers can be set on all 32 channels. In
addition to a simple level trigger based on comparison with a
single voltage value, the following trigger functions are also
available:
v Window trigger based on 2 voltage values
v Voltage drop trigger for AC power lines
v Level trigger based on rms values
v Cycle trigger monitoring the rising edge of a voltage
v Pattern trigger monitoring the Hi/Low condition of a logic signal
EXT
trigger
Analog CH 1
Logic A
MANUAL
trigger
Trigger levels
Trigger
sources
Analog CH 32
Logic H
AND/OR
Timer
Voltage-drop
detection trigger
Effective value level trigger
Level trigger
Period detection trigger
Window trigger
Logic pattern trigger
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- Function Details -
Support for connection to PCs via Ethernet
■ Connect HiCORDER to departmental LAN (using TCP/IP communication protocol)
The 8826 can be connected to Ethernet, a standard
network protocol in the Internet age (using the optional
LAN CARD and LAN COMMUNICATOR 9333). For those who
frequently analyse measurement data on PCs, this
function offers a good match. Also, connection to PCs
using RS-232C connection or GP-IB connection is
possible (using the optional RS-232C CARD 9557 and GP-IB
CARD 9558). 8826 data can be sent to PCs or be remotely
controlled from PCs.
Ethernet
* Because LAN card, GP-IB card, and RS-232C card all use the same PC card slot of 8826,
when one of them is inserted into the PC card slot, then any memory card cannot be used at the
same time.
Copy or remote operations of HiCORDER data files
from client PCs running 9333 (software)
■ Save data to network server
Color image output to the
network printer
(using TCP/IP communication protocol)
PC running 9333 (software)
Copy measurement data files obtained from
HiCORDER to PC on network
Offline data exchange with PCs
The supplied waveform viewer (PC application) can
convert saved waveform data to text files (CSV format).
For data storage, MO (optional installation at factory)
can also be used, in addition to FD/PC card (supplied as
standard). This allows easy offline data exchange with
PCs.
Memory / main unit
Floppy disk
Memory / main unit
MO disk (option)
Memory / main unit
* In addition to HiCORDER's read/write native file (binary format), data can
also be saved to text files (CSV format) which can be opened by PC spreadsheet
applications, or waveform bitmap files (BMP format). However, because data
saved in text files cannot be read by HiCORDER, it is recommended that text
data conversion be performed on PCs.
Approx. Display
Flash ATA PC card
Scaling Functions
Actual measurements usually involve parameters other
than voltage. Various physical parameters such as
speed, vibration and temperature commonly need to be
recorded, and this signal data should be directly readable,
without having to be manually converted. In such
measurement conditions, the scaling function can be used
to automatically convert to the desired parameter value.
Additionally, waveform amplitude can be adjusted using
the Variable Gain function.
In addition, if accurate input voltage amplitude
measurement is not required, the amplitude can be
intentionally modified with the Vernier Adjustment
function.
Scaling
Input Voltage
Upper Limit Value
Variable
Variable OFF
Lower Limit Value
Shrink
Vernier
Variable ON
Expand
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- Function Details Time domain
FFT analysis functions
FFT capability includes single-signal FFT for analyzing
frequency components, two-signal FFT for transfer
function analysis, and octave analysis for acoustic
analysis. The source signal can be selected from
waveform data captured by the memory recorder, and
isolating required sections is also possible. (Number of
data points: 1,000 to 10,000)
Frequency domain
Function outline of recorder (REC)
The input signal is converted to digital form and
displayed and printed in real time. The maximum chart
speed is 20 mm/s (in the 500 ms/DIV range). After the
end of measurement, measurement data for the last 2,000
DIV *1 are still in memory and can be viewed with the
back-scroll function or printed out again.
Recording paper
*1 When the memory expansion is installed, the
maximum recording length for reprinting
is prolonged. In the standard configuration,
recording length is 2,000 DIV. With memory
expansion, it is 10,000 DIV.
Effective value (RMS) recorder function
This function is designed exclusively for use on 50/60
Hz power supply lines and DC. High-speed sampling is
applied to calculate the rms value from the waveform
data *2, and the result is recorded as a graph.
*2 Using fixed 200 Ms sampling, data for two waveforms are captured
for calculating the rms value. This process is repeated 20 times per
second, resulting in high-speed response that is 10 times faster than
that of a digital tester or similar (using a 2-second update rate).
Simultaneous execution of up to 16 mathematical
functions * In MEM function
Available waveform processing functions include
all arithmetic operations as well as differentiation,
integration, and other functions whose results can be
displayed as waveforms. Up to 16 functions can be set.
Waveform parameter processing * In MEM function
13 types of parameters such as maximum value and
minimum value can be selected for processing. For
simultaneous operation in all 32 analog channels, up to 4
parameters are possible.
Waveform evaluation * For MEM function and FFT analysis functions
After defining a reference waveform bounding area,
it is possible to check whether waveforms go outside
this reference area. As opposed to simple level-based
triggering, even complex waveforms can be evaluated
quickly and reliably, because both the level direction and
the time axis direction are taken into consideration.
* Registered patent No. 2028013 in Japan
Chart of Recorder function
100 V power line
waveform
Chart of RMS recorder function
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Example Printouts & Screen
(WIDE mode, actual size)
B4 size paper (264 mm width) allows full-size mixed printing or division into up to 16
sections
Example of B4 report output
Screen image output at high resolution, B4 size.
Example of X-Y plotting
Time-axis waveforms of each input channel can be defined on vertical and
horizontal axes to create X-Y plots.
Example of Logging output
This prints the instantaneous numerical value for each sample.
■ Online help and error indication
Simply pressing the help key will bring up relevant information on functions and
operation steps. If an error has occurred, the reason for it is also displayed to ease
operation.
Thermal printer: 264 mm in
width, 8 dots/mm
Waveform monitor (color TFT LCD)
Dial knob with analog sensibility
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Input module slots (for 16 modules)
Top side
Thermal printer
External control connector
MO drive unit *option (9598)
■ Main unit
Basic specifications 8826 (max. 16 input modules)
Input type/number
of channels
PC card slot
Logic probe connection (for 8 units)
Plug-in input modules
Max. 32 analog ch’s + 32 logic ch’s
Memory functions
Time axis
100Ms to 5min/DIV, 20 ranges or external sampling, time axis
resolution 100 points/DIV, time axis zoom: ×2 to ×10 in 3 stages,
compression: 1/2 to 1/10,000 in 12 stages
Sampling rate
1/100 of time axis ranges (minimum sampling period 1 Ms)
(Isolated analog channels, isolated input and frame, logic has common GND )
Measurement
functions
MEM (high-speed recording), REC (real-time recording), RMS (50/60Hz, or DC only),
REC & MEM (include the Real-time save function ) , FFT
Maximum
sampling rate
1 MS/second (1Ms, all channels simultaneously)
External sampling (500kS/second, 2Ms)
External sampling Max. 500kS/s (minimum sampling period 2 Ms)
Settable in 1 DIV steps, 20 to 40,000 DIV*1
Recording length *1 Depending on the number of channels in use. With memory expansion max. 160,000 DIV.
16 Mwords total : (12 analog bits + 4 logic bits) s 4 Mwords/channel (4 channels
Pre-trigger
Can record data from before the trigger point, 0 to 100% or -95% of
recording length; 15 settings
Other functions
waveform processing, waveform parameter processing, waveform
averaging, memory segmentation (up to 255 segments), logging
(numerical printout), X-Y waveform plot, voltage axis zoom s2 to s
10, 3 settings, compression 1/2, zoom, variable display, graph
superimposition, waveform judgment function
Memory capacity
Data storage media
used) to (12 analog bits + 4 logic bits) s 500 kwords/channel (32 channels used)
* Memory capacity can be expanded 4 times.
PC Card Type III slot s 1: up to 1GB (Flash ATA)
FD drive s 1: 1.44MB, 1.2MB, 720KB, MS-DOS format
MO drive s 1 (option): 640MB, 540MB, 230MB, 128MB, MS-DOS
format/over write media support
File format: Binary, text, BMP
Backup functions Clock and setting conditions: battery life of at least 10 years
(at 25°C/ 77°F)
Waveform data: none
External control
connectors
Interfaces (option)
Terminal board: external trigger input, trigger output, waveform judgment
output, external start/stop, print input, external sampling input.
Recorder functions (time axis waveform and X-Y format)
20ms to 1 hr/DIV with 16 ranges, time axis resolution 100 points/
DIV, time axis compression: 1/2 to 1/500 in 8 stages
Time axis
At 20ms to 200ms/DIV, printing in real time is not possible, but waveform data are stored in
memory and can be monitored on screen. Data are stored for 2,000 divisions before the end
of measurement. At recording length settings other than "Continuous", the printer can be
used simultaneously, for follow-up printing of waveforms.
Sampling rate
1Ms to 100ms; 6 settings (selectable from 1/100 or less of time axis)
Recording length
Settable in 1 DIV steps, 25 to 2,000 DIV*2, or "Continuous"*3
At X-Y format: only continuous for X-Y plotting
GP-IB, RS-232C, LAN
Note: Use one of the following: RS-232C CARD 9557, GP-IB CARD 9558, LAN CARD
(HIOKI-tested). Remote control and transfer the data
Environmental conditions Operation: +5°C (41°F) to +40°C (104°F), 35% to 80% rh
(no condensation)
Storage: -10°C (14°F) to +50°C (122°F), 20% to 90% rh
*2 Measure all channels. 10,000 DIV at expanded memory.
*3 When time 20 ms 200 ms/DIV and printer is ON, continuous is not available.
Compliance
standard
Safety: EN61010
EMC: EN61326, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
X-Y sampling period 500Ms; fixed (dot), 500Ms to 18ms (line)
Power
requirements
100 to 240V AC (50/60 Hz)
X-Y axis resolution 20dots/DIV (display), 100dots (horizontal) s 80 dots (vertical)/DIV (printer)
Power consumption 300VA, max. for 100V AC (100VA with the printer off)
Waveform memory
Store data for most recent 2,000 DIV (10,000 DIV at expanded memory)
in memory. Backward scrolling and re-printing available.
Other functions
logging (numerical printout), additional recording (recording is resumed
without overwriting previous data), voltage axis magnification s2 to s10;
3 settings, compression 1/2; 1 setting, variable display.
(with 8936 full loaded)
Dimensions and
mass
401mm (15.79in) W s 235mm (9.25in) H s 382mm (15.04in) D, 11kg
Supplied
accessories
Instruction Manual s 1, Power cord s 1, Printer paper s1, Protective
cover s1, Roll paper attachment s2, PC card protector s1, Application
Disk (Wave Viewer Wv, Communication Commands table) s1
(388.0oz.) (main unit only)
RMS Recorder Function (for 50/60 Hz and DC)
Time axis
5s to 1 hr/DIV; 9 settings, time axis compression 1/2 to 500; 8 settings
Sampling rate
200Ms fixed (20 rms datas/s)
RMS calculation accuracy ±3% f.s.
Recording length
*4 Measure all channels.
Print/display section
Display
10.4 inch TFT color LCD, with English/Japanese selector (640 × 480
264 mm (10.39 in) s 30 m (98.4 ft), thermal paper roll
Recording width
20/24 divisions for full scale, 1 DIV = 10 mm (0.39 in) (80 dots)
Paper feed density
10 rows/mm (250 rows/in) * 20 rows/mm (500 rows/in with the memory
recorder's smooth print function
Recording speed
Max. 25 mm/s (0.98 in/s)
Trigger functions
Trigger sources
CH1 to CH32 (analog), CHA to CHH (logic), external, timer, manual
(either ON or OFF for each source), logical AND/OR of sources
Trigger types
Level: Digital setting of voltage. Triggered when set value is
exceeded in UP or DOWN direction.
Window: When entering or exiting a level range defined by upper
or lower limit
Voltage drop: Only for AC power lines. Triggered when the peak
voltage falls below setting value
Period: When rising or falling edge of set voltage does not fall
within cycle range
RMS level: Only for DC and AC power lines. Triggered when rms
value crosses set value in UP or DOWN direction
(analog)
Level setting resolution Equivalent to 0.25% when full scale is set to 20 divisions
Trigger types
(logic)
Trigger filter
(analog/logic)
Other functions
Waveform memory
Store data for most recent 2,000 DIV (10,000 DIV at expanded memory)
in memory. Backward scrolling and re-printing available.
Other functions
logging (numerical printout), additional recording (recording is resumed
without overwriting previous data), voltage axis magnification s2 to s10;
3 settings, compression 1/2; 1 setting, variable display.
dots)
Recording paper
Pattern trigger: 1, 0, or s (disregard), logical product (AND) or
logical sum (OR) set for 4 channels
OFF, setting range 0.1 to 10.0 DIV; 9 ranges (MEM, MEM waveform in
REC & MEM function, FFT function), ON (10 ms)/OFF (REC function)
Pre-trigger function to capture pre- and post-trigger waveform,
trigger output (active Low and open collector 5 voltage output),
Start & stop trigger in REC function
Settable in 1 DIV steps, 25 to 2,000 DIV*4 (10,000 DIV at expanded
memory) or "Continuous"
Auxiliary Functions
General
Scaling
Vernier function
Waveform judgment
function
(MEM function)
(FFT function)
Printing of settings including input range, trigger time, etc, cursor
measurement, scaling, free comment input, screen hard copy, start
condition retention, auto setup, auto saving, remote control, auto
ranging, view function, online help, key lock, list printing, level
monitor, etc.
Scaling: Translation of amplitude gradation only
Variable: Arbitrary setting of the upper and lower limit of the
waveform display range
Allows precision adjustment of input voltage.
Type: Area judgment using reference waveform for time axis
waveform, X-Y plot, or FFT display. Parameter judgment for
waveform parameter processing. Judgment output: pass/fail
output, open-collector 5V voltage output
Average value, effective (rms) value, peak to peak value, maximum
Waveform parameter value, time to maximum value, minimum value, time to minimum
calculation
value, period, frequency, rise time, fall time, standard deviation,
(MEM function)
area value, and X-Y area value.
(Maximum possible calculation up to 1,000 DIV, or 5,000 DIV at expanded memory;
accuracy is within the tolerance of the input module.)
Waveform processing
calculations
(MEM function)
Four arithmetic operations, absolute value, exponentiation, common
logarithm, square root, moving average, differentiation once and
twice, integration once and twice, parallel displacement along the
time axis, trigonometric functions, reverse trigonometric functions.
16 arbitrary operational equation.
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■ Main unit specifications
REC & MEM functions (version 2.00 or later.
Dimensions and mass: approx. 170 (6.69in) W s 20 (0.79in) H s 148.5 (5.85in) D mm,
approx. 300 g (10.6 oz) Accessories: None
Real-time save function: version 2.20 or later)
Time axis
(REC)
20ms to 1hour/DIV; 16 settings, 1 DIV = 100 samples, time axis
compression 1/2 to 1/500, 8 settings
Time axis
(MEM)
100Ms to 5 minutes/DIV; 20 settings, 1 DIV = 100 samples, time axis
zoom s2 to s10; 3 settings, compression 1/2 to 1/10,000, 12 settings
Recording length
REC: Settable in 1-division steps, 25 to 1,000 DIV (5,000 DIV at
expanded memory), or continuous
MEM: Settable in 1-division steps, 25 to 2,000 DIV (10,000 DIV at
Trigger source
REC: timer trigger, or OFF
MEM: CH1 to CH32 (analog), logic A to H, or external trigger
Note: Sampling period 1/100 of time axis range at memory recorder function
VOLTAGE/TEMP UNIT 8937
Measurement functions Number of channels: 2, for voltage measurement/temperature measurement with thermocouple
Voltage input: metallic BNC connector (input impedance 1M¾ , input capacitance 50pF),
Input connectors thermocouple input: terminal connector (input impedance min. 5.1M¾ ), Max. rated
voltage to earth: 30Vrms or 60V DC (with input isolated from the unit, the maximum voltage
that can be applied between input channel and chassis and between input channels without damage)
Note: Sampling period 1/100 of time axis range (min. 1 Ms)
Voltage measurement
range
expanded memory)
Time axis: 100ms/DIV to 5 minutes/DIV (less than 16 channels),
200ms/DIV to 5 minutes/DIV (more than 17 channels) (1 DIV=100
samples, sampling period 1/100 of time axis range)
Real-time save
functions
Save destination: MO disk in the optional MO UNIT 9598
Trigger: trigger settings are not applicable to the MEM waveform,
and the start of MEM waveform recording coincides with the start
of the REC waveform.
Time axis at REC: 500ms/DIV to 1 hour/DIV (less than 16 channels),
1s/DIV to 1 hour/DIV (more than 17 channels) (1 DIV=100 samples,
Temperature
measurement range
Only REC waveform is output when printer output is started,
reprinting of stored REC waveform data (last 1,000 DIV; or 5,000
DIV at expanded memory), Additional recording function (recording is
resumed without overwriting previous data) , variable display
FFT functions (version 2.00 or later.)
Analysis mode
Storage waveform, Linear spectrum, RMS spectrum, Power
spectrum, Cross-power spectrum, Auto-correlation function,
Histogram, Transfer function, Cross-correlation function, Unitimpulse response, Coherence function, Octave analysis
Analysis channels 1 or 2 selected channels out of all analog channels
500MV to 2V/DIV, 12 ranges, full scale: 20DIV, low-pass filter: 5Hz/
500Hz/ 5kHz/ 100kHz, Measurement resolution: 1/80 of measurement
range (using 12-bit A/D conversion; installed in the 8826)
10°C to 100°C/DIV, 4 ranges, full scale: 20DIV, low-pass filter:
5Hz/500Hz, Measurement resolution:1/80 of measurement range
(using 12-bit A/D conversion; installed in the 8826)
Thermocouple
range
K: -200 to 1350°C, E: -200 to 800°C, J: -200 to 1100°C, T: -200 to 400°C,
N: -200 to 1300°C, R: 0 to 1700°C, S: 0 to 1700°C, B: 300 to 1800°C,
Reference junction compensation: internal/ external (switchable)
Highest sampling rate
Voltage input: 1MS/s, Temperature measurement: 4kS/s
Accuracy
Voltage input: DC amplitude p0.4% of full scale, zero position p0.15% of full
scale, Temperature measurement (K, E, J, T, N): p0.1% of full scale p1°C,
p0.1% of full scale p2°C (-200 to 0°C), (R, S): p0.1% of full scale p3°C, (B):
p0.1% of full scale p4°C (400 to 1800°C) , Reference junction compensation
accuracy: p0.1% of full scale p1.5 °C (internal reference junction compensation)
Frequency
characteristics
Voltage input: DC to 400 kHz 1/3dB
Temperature measurement: DC to 1kHz 1/3dB
sampling period 1/100 of time axis range)
Other functions
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80 % rh after 1 hour of warm-up
time and zero-adjust; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
(simultaneous sampling in 2 channels)
Input coupling
DC, GND, AC
Max. allowable input
30Vrms or 60V DC (the maximum voltage that can be applied across input pins without damage)
Dimensions and mass: approx. 170 (6.69in) W s 20 (0.79in) H s 148.5 (5.85in) D mm,
approx. 250 g (8.8 oz) Accessories: Conversion cable s 2
STRAIN UNIT 8939
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80 % rh after 1 hour of warm-up
time and auto-balance; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
Frequency range
133mHz to 400kHz, External, (resolution 1/400, 1/800, 1/2000, 1/4000)
Measurement
functions
auto-balancing, balance adjustment range within
Number of
sampling points
1000, 2000, 5000, 10000 points
Input connectors
Via conversion cable, TAJIMI PRC03-12A10-7M10.5, Max. rated voltage to
earth: 30Vrms or 60V DC (with input isolated from the unit, the maximum voltage that can
Windows
Rectangular, Hanning, Exponential
Averaging
function
Time axis / frequency axis simple averaging, exponential averaging,
peak hold
Suitable
transducer
Strain gauge converter, bridge impedance: 120 ¾ to 1k¾ , bridge
voltage 2 p0.05V
Measurement
range
20MEto 1000ME/DIV, 6 ranges, full scale: 20DIV, low-pass filter:
10Hz/30Hz/300Hz/3kHz
■ PC Software Specifications
Wave Viewer (Wv) Software (Application disk CD-R, bundled accessory)
Functions
• Simple display of waveform file
• Text conversion: convert binary data file to text format, with
selectable space or tab separators in addition to CSV, and specifiable section, thinning available
• Display format settings: scroll functions, enlarge/reduce display, display channel settings
• Others: voltage value trace function, jump to cursor/trigger
position function
Compatible PC operating systems Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0 (SP3 or later), 2000, XP
■ Input unit specifications (sold separately)
Dimensions and mass: approx. 170 (6.69in) W s 20 (0.79in) H s 148.5 (5.85in) D mm,
approx. 290 g (10.2 oz) Accessories: None
ANALOG UNIT 8936
Measurement resolution 1/80 of measurement range (using 12-bit A/D conversion; installed in the 8826)
Highest sampling rate
Frequency characteristics DC to 20 kHz 1/3dB
Max. allowable input
Dimensions and mass: approx. 170 (6.69in) W s 20 (0.79in) H s 148.5 (5.85in) D mm,
approx. 300 g (10.6 oz) Accessories: None
1MS/s (simultaneous sampling in 2 channels)
Accuracy
DC amplitude: p0.4% of full scale, zero position: p0.1% of full scale (after zero adjustment)
Measurement
functions
Number of channels: 2, for voltage input based frequency measurement, integration,
pulse duty ratio, current (with optional clamp-on sensor), and voltage measurement
Input connectors
Metallic BNC connector (input impedance 1M ¾ , input capacitance 60pF), sensor
connector (dedicated connector for clamp-on sensor via conversion cable, common
ground with recorder), Max. rated voltage to earth: 30Vrms or 60V DC (with
input isolated from the unit, the maximum voltage that can be applied between input
channel and chassis and between input channels without damage)
Compatible current sensors 9270, 9271, 9272, 9277, 9278, 9279, 3273, 3273 -50
Frequency: DC to 100kHz, with 0.05Hz to 5kHz/DIV, 11 ranges, 5
(r/min) to 500 (r/min) /DIV, 5ranges, P50Hz (40 to 60Hz), P60Hz (50 to
DC, GND, AC
Max. allowable input
400V DC (the maximum voltage that can be applied across input pins without damage)
FFT ANALOG UNIT 8938
70Hz) * Power line frequency measurement requires the DIFFERENTIAL PROBE 9322 or PT
Accuracy: p0.2% of full scale (except 10kHz/DIV range), p0.7% of
full scale (10kHz/DIV range), p0.032Hz (P50Hz, P60Hz range)
9303 ,
Measurement
range
Integration: DC to 90kHz, with 5counts to 500kcounts/DIV, 11 ranges
Pulse duty ratio: 10Hz to 100kHz, with 100% of full scale, 1 range,
Accuracy: p1% of full scale (10Hz to 10kHz)
Threshold: 10 to 10V (settable in 0.2V steps)
Full scale: 10DIV, Max. allowable input: 30Vrms or 60V DC (the
maximum voltage that can be applied across input pins without damage)
Voltage: 0.5mV to 2V/DIV, 12 ranges
Current: 5mA to 100A/DIV, 10 ranges, using current sensor (powered
Frequency characteristics DC to 400kHz p3dB, with AC coupling: 7Hz to 400kHz p3dB
Input coupling
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80 % rh after 30 minutes of warm-up
time and zero-adjust; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
F/V UNIT 8940
Measurement resolution 1/80 of measurement range (using 12-bit A/D conversion; installed in the 8826)
Highest sampling rate
10V DC AC peak (the maximum voltage that can be applied across input pins without damage)
CONVERSION CABLE 9318 (to connect 9270 to 9272, 9277 to 9279 and 8940)
CONVERSION CABLE 9319 (to connect 3273, 3273-50 and 8940)
can be applied between input channel and chassis and between input channels without damage)
Measurement
range
1MS/s (simultaneous sampling in 2 channels)
Accuracy After auto-balancing DC amplitude: p(0.5% of full scale 2ME), zero position: p0.5% of full scale
Isolated BNC connector (input impedance 1M ¾ , input capacitance 30pF), Max. rated
voltage to earth: 370V AC, DC (with input isolated from the unit, the maximum voltage that
5mV to 20V/DIV, 12 ranges, full scale: 20DIV, AC voltage for
possible measurement/display using the memory function: 280V
rms, low-pass filter: 5Hz/500Hz/5kHz/100kHz
(electronic
p 10000ME)
be applied between input channel and chassis and between input channels without damage)
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80 % rh after 30 minutes of warm-up
time and zero-adjust; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
Measurement functions Number of channels: 2, for voltage measurement
Input connectors
Number of channels: 2, for distortion measurement
from the 8940, max. 4 sensors total)
Measurement
range
characteristics)
Frequency characteristics: DC to 400kHz p3dB
Full scale: 20DIV, Max. allowable input: 30Vrms or 60V DC (the
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80 % rh after 30 minutes of warm-up
time and zero-adjust; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
Measurement functions Number of channels: 2, for voltage measurement
DC amplitude accuracy: p0.4% of full scale, zero position p0.15%
of full scale (current measurement accuracy dependent on sensor accuracy/
maximum voltage that can be applied across input pins without damage)
Anti-aliasing filter
Integrated filter for suppressing aliasing distortion caused by FFT
processing (automatic cutoff frequency setting/OFF)
Measurement resolution 1/80 of measurement range (installed in the 8826, excluding current range when using 9279)
Highest sampling rate 1MS/s (simultaneous sampling in 2 channels), (frequency/duty ratio
Other functions
Other specifications same as the ANALOG UNIT 8936
Other functions
measurement: 1.125 Ms cycle)
Voltage input pull-up: ON (10k¾ )/OFF, input coupling: DC, GND, AC
(voltage/current), DC (others), low-pass filter: 5Hz/500Hz/5kHz/100kHz
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Dimensions and mass: approx. 170 (6.69in) W s 20 (0.79in) H s 148.5 (5.85in) D mm,
approx. 310 g (10.9 oz) Accessories: None
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80 % rh after 1 hour of warm-up
time and zero-adjust; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
CHARGE UNIT 8947
Measurement functions
Number of channels: 2, for acceleration measurement
Voltage input/integrated preamplifier input: metallic BNC connector
(for voltage input: input impedance 1M ¾
Input connectors
, input capacitance 200pF or less)
Charge input: miniature connector (#10-32 UNF)
Max. rated voltage to earth: 30Vrms or 60V DC (with input isolated
from the unit, the maximum voltage that can be applied between input channel and
chassis and between input channels without damage)
Suitable
transducer
Measurement
range
Charge input
(miniature connector)
Internal pre-amp input
(BNC connector)
Measurement
range
Voltage input (BNC connector)
Charge input: Charge-output type piezoelectric acceleration pick-up sensor
Internal preamp input: Acceleration pick-up sensor with an internal preamp
50m (m/s2)/DIV to 10k (m/s2)/DIV, 12 ranges s 6 types, charge input sensitivity:
0.1 to 10 pC/(m/s2), integrated pre-amplifier input: 0.1 to 10 mV/(m/s2),
amplitude accuracy: p2% of full scale, frequency characteristics: 1 to 50kHz,
1/3dB, low-pass filter: 500Hz/5kHz, pre-amplifier drive power source:
2mA p20%, 15V p5%, maximum input charge: p500pC (high-sensitivity setting,
6 ranges), p50000pC (low-sensitivity setting, 6 ranges)
500MV to 2V/DIV, 12 ranges, DC amplitude accuracy: p0.4% of full scale, frequency
characteristics: DC to 400kHz, 1/3 dB, low-pass filter: 5Hz/500Hz/5kHz/100kHz,
input coupling: DC, GND, AC, Max. allowable input: 30Vrms or 60V DC
1/80 to 1/32 of measurement range
Measurement resolution sensitivity; installed in the 8826)
Highest sampling rate
(depending on measurement
1MS/s (simultaneous sampling in 2 channels)
Integrated filter for suppressing aliasing distortion caused by FFT
Anti-aliasing filter processing (automatic cutoff frequency setting/OFF)
Cable length and mass: Main unit cable 1.5 m (4.92 ft), input section cable 30 cm
(0.98 ft), approx. 150 g (5.3 oz)
LOGIC PROBE 9320
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80% rh; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
Function
Detection of voltage signal or relay contact signal for High/Low state recording
Input
4 channels (common ground between unit and channels) , digital/contact input,
switchable (contact input can detect open-collector signals), input impedance:
1M¾ (with digital input, 0 to 5V), 500k¾ or more (with digital input, 5 to
50V), pull-up resistance: 2k¾ (contact input: internally pulled up to 5V)
Digital input threshold
1.4V/2.5V/4.0V
Contact input
detection resistance
1.5k¾ or higher (open) and 500¾ or lower (short), 3.5k¾ or higher (open) and
1.5k¾ or lower (short), 25k¾ or higher (open) and 8k¾ or lower (short)
Response speed
Detectable pulse width 500ns or lower
Max. allowable input
0 to 50V DC (the maximum voltage that can be applied across input pins without damage)
Cable length and mass: Main unit cable 1.5 m (4.92 ft), input section cable 1 m (3.28 ft),
approx. 320 g (11.3 oz)
LOGIC PROBE 9321
Function
Input
LAN COMMUNICATOR 9333
Distribution media
One CD-R
Operating
environment
Computer equipped with Pentium (133 MHz) or better CPU, running
under Windows 95/98/Me or Windows NT 4.0/ 2000/XP operating
system, with network adapter installed and configured to use TCP/IP
protocol, and at least 64 MB of memory.
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80% rh; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
Detection of AC or DC relay drive signal for High/Low state recording
Can also be used for power line interruption detection
4 channels (isolated between unit and channels), HIGH/LOW range switching
Input impedance: 100k¾ or higher (HIGH range), 30k¾ or higher (LOW range)
HiCORDER side
Standard LAN connector, LAN card
Output (H)
detection
170 to 250V AC, pDC (70 to 250V ) (HIGH range)
60 to 150V AC, pDC (20 to 150V) (LOW range)
Communications
Ethernet, TCP/IP
Output (L)
detection
0 to 30V AC, pDC (0 to 43V) (HIGH range)
0 to 10V AC, pDC (0 to 15V) (LOW range)
Remote control
Response time
Maximum allowable
input voltage
Rising edge 1ms max., falling edge 3ms max. (with HIGH range at
200V DC, LOW range at 100V DC)
250Vrms (HIGH range), 150Vrms (LOW range) (the maximum voltage
that can be applied across input pins without damage)
Waveform data
acquisition
Waveform viewer
Cable length and mass: Main unit cable 1.3 m (4.27 ft), input section cable 46 cm
(1.51 ft), approx. 350 g (12.3 oz)
DIFFERENTIAL PROBE 9322
Remote control of MEMORY HiCORDER (by sending key codes and receiving
images on screen), print reports, print images from the screen, receive
waveform data in same format as waveform files from the MEMORY
HiCORDER (binary only)
Accept auto-saves from the MEMORY HiCORDER, same format
as auto-save files of MEMORY HiCORDER (binary only), print
automatically with a MEMORY HiCORDER from a PC. The
MEMORY HiCORDER's print key launches printouts on the PC
Simple display of waveform files, conversion to CSV format, Scroll
function, enlarge/reduce display, display CH settings.
(Accuracy at 23 p5°C/73 p9°F, 35 to 80% rh, after 30 minutes of warm-up time; accuracy guaranteed for 1 year)
For high-voltage floating measurement, power line surge noise
detection, RMS rectified output measurement
WAVE PROCESSOR 9335
One CD-R
DC mode
For waveform monitor output, frequency characteristics: DC to 10MHz
(p3dB), amplitude accuracy: p1% of full scale (at max. 1000V DC), p3%
of full scale (at max. 2000V DC) (full scale: 2000V DC)
Distribution media
Operating
environment
AC mode
For detection of power line surge noise, frequency characteristics: 1kHz
to 10MHz p3dB
Computer equipped with Pentium (133 MHz) or better CPU and at least
32 MB of memory, and running under Windows 95/98/Me or Windows
NT 4.0/2000/XP (recommended system: Pentium (200 MHz) or better with
RMS mode
DC/AC voltage RMS output detection, frequency characteristics: DC, 40Hz to
100kHz, response speed: 200ms or less (400V AC), accuracy: p1% of full scale
(DC, 40Hz to 1kHz), p4% of full scale (1kHz to 100kHz) (full scale: 1000V AC)
Input
Input type: balanced differential input, input impedance/capacitance:
H-L 9M¾ /10pF, H/L-unit 4.5M¾ /20pF, Max. rated voltage to earth:
when using grabber clip 1500V AC/DC (CAT II ), 600V AC/DC (CAT III),
when using alligator clip: 1000V AC/DC (CAT II), 600V AC/DC (CAT III)
Function
Maximum allowable 2000V DC, 1000V AC (CAT II)
600V AC/DC (CAT III)
input voltage
Output
Power source
Voltage divider for 1/1000 of input, BNC connectors (output switchable for
at least 64 MB of memory)
Display functions
Waveform display/X-Y display/digital value display/cursor function/
scroll function/maximum number of channels (32 channels analog, 32
channels logic)/gauge display (time, voltage axes)/graphical display
File loading
Readable data formats (.MEM, .REC, .RMS, .POW)
Maximum loadable file size: Maximum file size that can be saved by
a given device (file size may be limited depending on the computer
configuration)
Data conversion
Conversion to CSV format, tab delimited, space delimited/data culling
(simple)/convert for specified channel/batch conversion of multiple files
Print functions
Print formatting (1 up, 2-to-16 up, 2-to-16 rows, X-Y 1-to-4 up) /preview/
hard copy functions usable on any printer supported by operating system
Other
Parameter calculation/search/clipboard copy/launching of other
applications
3 modes DC, AC, RMS)
Use of the AC ADAPTER 9418 -15 (12V DC)
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Composition of options
Note: Product names appearing herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of various companies.
Logic signal measurement
Input modules
ANALOG UNIT 8936
VOLTAGE/TEMP UNIT 8937
FFT ANALOG UNIT 8938
STRAIN UNIT 8939
F/V UNIT 8940
8826 Ver. 2.10 or later can be used, Current probes with a serial number
of No. 1999-0338386 or later can be used, older types cannot be use d.)
Install by inserting into the main unit. Can be replaced by user.
Note: Input cables are not supplied. Please purchase the
appropriate cable for the intended application.
LOGIC PROBE 9320
LOGIC PROBE 9321
4-channel type, for voltage/contact
signal ON/OFF detection
4ch ANALOG UNIT 8946
(it cannot be used with the 8826.)
CHARGE UNIT 8947
(used with the 8826, Ver. 2.20 or later)
4 isolated channels, ON/OFF detection
of AC/DC voltage
Current measurement * The 3274, 3275, and 3276 cannot be used for the F/V UNIT 8940
F/V UNIT 8940
9279 Not CE certified
3273-50
9277
CONVERSION CABLE 9318 (to connect 9277 - 9279 and 8940) 9278 CONVERSION CABLE 9319 (to connect 3273-50 and 8940)
Voltage measurement
UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CT 9277 CONVERSION CABLE 9318
Observe waveforms from DC to distorted
AC. DC to 100kHz response, input 20A /
output 2V AC
to connect 9277/9278/9279 and 8940
CLAMP ON PROBE 3273-50
DC to 50MHz wideband response,
ENTIAL PROBE 9322
CONNECTION CORD DForIFupFEtoR2kV
DC or 1kV AC, AC adapter
9197
9418-15 required for operation.
UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CT 9278 mA-class current up to 30A rms
Observe waveforms from DC to distorted
CONVERSION CABLE 9319
For high voltage (up to 500V)
AC. DC to 100kHz response, input 200A /
output 2V AC
to connect 3273-50 and 8940
SENSOR UNIT 9555
AC ADAPTER 9418-15
For powering Differential probe 9322,
100 to 240V AC, 12V/2.5 A
Observe waveforms from DC to distorted
AC. DC to 20kHz response, input 500A /
output 2V AC
POWER CORD
9324
CONNECTION CORD
9198
3272
3274
3275
For low voltage (up to 300V)
Current measurement
F/V UNIT 8940
Use to the 9322 from the F/V UNIT 8940.
* Note that usage restrictions apply.
CONNECTION CORD 9217
9270, 9271
Not CE certified
SENSOR UNIT 9555
Not CE certified
PT 9303
CLAMP ON SENSOR 9271
Insulation transformer, 400V or
200V AC input, 10V AC output,
for AC power line measurement.
CLAMP ON SENSOR 9272
5Hz to 50kHz response, up to 200A rms,
2V AC output
5Hz to 10kHz response, selectable 20 and
200A rms ranges, 2V AC output
CONNECTION CORD 9165
CONVERSION CABLE 9318
to connect 9270/9271/9272 and 8940
CONVERSION ADAPTER 9199
Banana-to-BNC, use to connect to
insulation-BNC terminal on Input section
Supplied with
PC Card
adapter
Installs on the bottom of the FDD unit. Must specify
when ordering: not user installable.
PC Card Precaution
U s e o n l y P C C a rd s s o l d
by HIOKI . Compatibility
a n d p e r f o r m a n c e a re n o t
guaranteed for PC cards made
by other manufacturers. You
may be unable to read from or
save data to such cards.
MEMORY BOARD 9599
Expands main unit memory by 4s, user
installable.
RECORDING PAPER 9229
POWER SUPPLY 3269
Connect and power up to four CLAMP ON
PROBEs to use in combination with voltage
input modules
CLAMP ON PROBE 3275
DC to 2MHz wideband response,
mA-class current up to 500A rms
Input from 10 to 500A, 40Hz to 3kHz for
0.2V AC output. BNC terminal
CLAMP ON PROBE 9132-10
CLAMP ON PROBE 3276
Input from 20 to 1000A, 40Hz to 1kHz for 0.2V
AC output. BNC terminal, Not CE certified.
DC to 100MHz wideband response,
mA-class current up to 30A rms
CLAMP ON LEAK SENSOR 9657-10
For leak current only, 10A for rated current,
40Hz to 5kHz, output rate 100mV/A AC,
BNC terminal
PC CARD 128M 9726
(128 MB capacity)
PC CARD 256M 9727
(256 MB capacity)
MO UNIT 9598
Printing
DC to 10MHz wideband response,
mA-class current up to 150A rms
CLAMP ON PROBE 9018-10
POWER SUPPLY 3272
Connect and power up to one CLAMP
ON PROBE to use in combination with
voltage input modules (up to two PROBEs
restrictively)
CLAMP ON PROBE 3274
A power supply unit used when the
CLAMP ON SENSORs 9270/71/72
will be used with an input module other
than the F/V UNIT 8940.
5Hz to 50kHz response, up to 20A rms, 2V
AC output
3269
DC to 50MHz wideband response,
mA-class current up to 30A rms
9555
CLAMP ON SENSOR 9270
3273-50
3276
CLAMP ON PROBE 3273-50
9272 Not CE certified
Not CE certified
CONVERSION CABLE 9318 (to connect 9270 - 9272 and 8940)
Insulated BNC connectors at
both ends, and connects to
insulated BNC connectors
Metal BNC connectors at both
ends, and connects to metal
BNC connectors
9555
MEMORY HiCORDER 8826 (main unit)
Use to the 9322 from the logic terminal.
* Note that usage restrictions apply.
POWER CORD
9325
Connect and power up to one
UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CTs
to use in combination with voltage
input modules
UNIVERSAL CLAMP ON CT 9279
PC CARD 512M 9728
(512 MB capacity)
PC CARD 1G 9729
(1 GB capacity)
Communication
Not CE certified
264 mm (10.39 in) × 30 m (98.43
ft), 6 rolls set
RECORDING PAPER 9229-01
perforated type, 264 mm (10.39 in)
× 30 m (98.43 ft), 6 rolls set
RS-232C CARD 9557 GP-IB CARD 9558
PCMCIA-compliant
PCMCIA-compliant, cord
length: 2m (6.6ft)
LAN CARD
LAN CABLE 9642
May not operate depending on the
environment. , 10BASE-T
Supplied with cross conversion
cable, straight Ethernet cable,
length: 5m (16.4ft)
LAN COMMUNICATOR 9333
WAVE PROCESSOR 9335
Application software to create a LAN
connection with Windows 95/98/Me, or
Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP.
Data conversion, print functions,
waveform display, compatible with
Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT 4.0,
and Windows 2000/XP.
■ Combination example: 8826 (normal choice of the input unit, up to 200V AC direct input.)
Model number × quantity
Input cable
Main unit
8826×1
Memory 16MW
standard
4ch
8936×2
9198×4
8ch
8936×4
9198×8
12ch
8936×6
9198×12
16ch
8936×8
9198×16
20ch
8936×10
9198×20
24ch
8936×12
9198×24
28ch
8936×14
9198×28
32ch
8936×16
9198×32
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All information correct as of Nov. 29, 2006. All specifications are subject to change without notice.
8826E13-6YE-00P
Printed in Japan
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