GEN series 6600 Isolated Digitizer

GEN series 6600 Isolated Digitizer
User Manual
English
6600 Isolated Digitizer
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6600 Isolated Digitizer
Document version 1.0 - June 2009
References made to the Perception software are for version 6.0 or higher
For HBM's Terms and Conditions visit www.hbm.com/terms
HBM GmbH
Im Tiefen See 45
64293 Darmstadt
Germany
Tel: +49 6151 80 30
Fax: +49 6151 8039100
Email: [email protected]
www.hbm.com/highspeed
Copyright © 2009
All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this book may be reproduced or
transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher.
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LICENSE AGREEMENT AND WARRANTY
For information about LICENSE AGREEMENT AND WARRANTY refer to
www.hbm.com/terms.
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Table of Contents
Page
1
Safety Messages
7
1.1
FCC and general
7
1.2
Protection
9
1.3
Power and frequency requirements
10
1.4
Fuse requirements and protection
11
1.5
Overvoltage and current protection, isolation
13
1.6
Environment
14
1.7
Batteries
15
1.8
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
17
1.9
Electro Static Discharge (ESD)
18
1.10
Laser safety
20
1.11
Instrument symbols
21
1.12
Manual handling of loads
22
1.13
International safety warnings
23
1.14
Declaration of conformity
28
2
About this manual
29
2.1
Symbols used in this manual
29
3
Introduction
31
3.1
Introducing the Isolated Digitizer
31
3.1.1
Available models and configurations
33
3.1.2
Functional description
33
3.1.3
How to use this manual
35
3.1.4
Technical support
35
4
Installation and Operation
36
4.1
Introduction
36
4.1.1
Unpacking
36
4.1.2
Unpacking and inspection
36
4.1.3
Equipment checklist
36
4.2
Connector locations
37
4.2.1
Front-end I/O connectors
37
4.2.2
Front-end power connector
40
4.2.3
Receiver connectors and indicators
40
4.3
Installation
43
4.3.1
Voltage selection and fuse replacement (MV model only)
43
Replacing the fuses
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Changing the voltage selection
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Battery (re)placement (HV model only)
45
To place a battery module
46
Battery module
46
To renew a battery
47
4.3.3
System connections
47
4.3.4
Initial check-out
49
5
Technical Reference
51
5.1
Introduction
51
5.1.1
Battery charging
51
5.1.2
MV Model
51
5.1.3
HV model
51
Requirements
52
5.2
Power management considerations
53
5.3
Shunt measurements
54
5.4
Connectors
55
A
Specifications
56
A.1
General
56
A.2
Front-end specifications
57
A.3
Receiver specifications
59
A.4
Physical and environmental
61
B
Maintenance
63
B.1
Cleaning
63
C
Service Information
64
C.1
General
64
C.2
Calibration / verification
65
D
Quadrature Encoder Model
66
D.1
General
66
D.2
Introduction
67
D.2.1
Operation
67
D.3
Front-end I/O connectors
70
D.3.1
Input connector
70
E
Using Patch Panels
72
E.1
General
72
E.2
Patch panel configuration
73
4.3.2
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1 Safety Messages
1.1
FCC and general
The first WARNING note below is required by the FCC and relates only to the
interference potential of this equipment. This message is a direct quotation.
WARNING
The equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual,
may cause interference to radio communications. As temporarily
permitted by regulation, it has not been tested for compliance with the
limits for Class A computing devices pursuant to Subpart B or Part 15 of
FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against
such interference. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause interference, in which case the user at his own expense
will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct
the interference.
This manual contains information and warnings that must be observed to keep
the instrument in a safe condition. The instrument should not be switched on
if it is damaged and it should not be used under wet conditions.
For the correct and safe use of this instrument it is essential that both operating
and service personnel follow generally accepted safety procedures in addition
to the safety precautions specified in this manual.
Whenever it is likely that safety protection has been impaired, the instrument
must be made inoperative and secured against any unintended operation.
Qualified maintenance or repair personnel should be informed. Safety
protection is likely to be impaired if, for example, the instrument shows visible
damage or fails to operate normally.
This instrument must not be used in life support roles.
For protection against electric shock, all external circuits or equipment shall
have a safe insulation. Therefore it is not permitted to connect peripheral
equipment to the system with a power supply without SELV (Separated Extra
Low Voltage) or Class II qualification.
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The international standard for test equipment safety is IEC 61010-1 (formerly
IEC 1010-1). It defines four overvoltage categories (CAT I, CAT II, CAT III, and
CAT IV), sometimes called installation or location categories, based on the
magnitude of danger from transient impulses.
WARNING
All inputs are rated for CAT II (Category 2) signals only. This instrument
should not be used to measure high-energy signals of Categories III and
IV.
The covers protect the user from live parts and should only be removed by
suitably qualified personnel for maintenance and repair purposes.
The instrument must not be operated with the covers removed.
There are no user serviceable parts inside.
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1.2
Protection
WARNING
Do not remove covers. Refer servicing to qualified individuals.
Proper use of this device depends on careful reading of all instructions and
labels.
If the instrument is used in a manner not specified by HBM, the protection
provided by the instrument can be impaired.
WARNING
This instrument must not be operated in explosive atmospheres.
WARNING
This instrument and related accessories are not designed for biomedical
experimentation on humans and should not be directly connected to
human subjects or used for patient monitoring.
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Power and frequency requirements
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer HV model is battery powered. Refer to "Batteries"
on page 15 for more information.
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer MV model uses up to 12 VA and operates from line
voltages of 115 Vac or 230 Vac at 47-63 Hz.
The power connection of the MV model is via a standard IEC 320 EN 60320
C14 (male) appliance inlet, 2-pole, 3-wire designed for 250 V @ 10A. Access
to the AC supply fuse(s) and voltage selector can only be made if the AC supply
connector is removed. A 250 mA fuse must always be used. Refer to "Fuse
requirements and protection" on page 11 for details.
To disconnect the instrument from the AC supply, unplug the IEC connector
on the rear of the instrument. The instrument should be positioned to allow
access to the AC connector. The front power switch on the instrument is not
a disconnecting device. When the instrument is connected some power will
be consumed
CAUTION
Do not position this instrument so that it is difficult to remove the power
input cable.
The MV model must be used with a ground connected via the conductor of
the supply cable. This is to ensure all Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC)
requirements are met.
IMPORTANT
The instrument (HV and MV model) is NOT connected to a protective
ground.
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1.4
Fuse requirements and protection
The 6600 MV model is equipped with a replaceable fuse. The fuse arrangement
stated here must be followed and, additionally, in the UK a fuse should be fitted
in the line supply plug.
The fuse must be a slow blow (T) fuse with a rating of 250 mA.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD!
Any interruption of the protective conductor inside or outside the
apparatus is likely to make the apparatus dangerous. Intentional
interruption is prohibited.
When the apparatus is connected to its supply, terminals may be live, and
the opening of covers for removal of parts is likely to expose live parts.
Whenever it is likely that the protection has been impaired, the apparatus shall
be made inoperative and be secured against any unintended operation.
The protection is likely to be impaired if, for example, the apparatus shows
visible damage or has been subjected to severe transport stresses.
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure the safety of any accessories, such
as probes, used with the instrument.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD! Do not remove covers. Refer servicing to
qualified individuals.
Proper use of this device depends on careful reading of all instructions and
labels.
If the instrument is used in a manner not specified by HBM, the protection
provided by the instrument can be impaired.
WARNING
This instrument must not be operated in explosive atmospheres.
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WARNING
This instrument and related accessories are not designed for biomedical
experimentation on humans and should not be directly connected to
human subjects or used for patient monitoring.
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1.5
Overvoltage and current protection, isolation
All signal inputs are protected against overloads of 250 Vpk (125 Vpk for lower
ranges, see specifications) continuously and 800 V transient (impulse sparkover voltage). Exceeding these limits, particularly when connected to
potentially high-current sources, can cause severe damage that is not covered
by the manufacturer's warranty.
In addition the 6600 Isolated Digitizer inputs have an isolation of 500 Vpk.
Creepage and clearance distances within the instrument are tested for the
complete range of 500 + 250 Vpk.
WARNING
For connection of a signal to the isolated BNC input of the instrument use
isolated BNC connectors only.
The 6600 Isolated Digitizers are designed to be used in combination with the
GEN series Data Acquisition System. The fiber optic cables determine the
maximum clearance distance and creepage distance between the Isolated
Digitizer and the Acquisition System.
WARNING
The minimum clearance and creepage distance depend on the position
of the Isolated Digitizer and the Acquisition System during operation. A
safety factor of at least 2 times of the creepage and clearance distance
is required.
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Environment
The instrument should be operated in a clean, dry environment with an ambient
temperature of between 0 °C and +40 °C for the MV Model or –15 °C and +50 °C
for the HV Model.
The instrument is specified for use in a Pollution Category II environment,
which is normally nonconductive with temporary light condensation, but it
must not be operated while condensation is present. It should not be used in
more hostile, dusty or wet conditions.
The instrument will operate with full, specified accuracy between +15 °C and
+35 °C.
Note
Direct sunlight, radiators and other heat sources should be taken into account
when assessing the ambient temperature.
The instrument relies on a convection air-cooling design that does not require
a fan. Adequate cooling can usually be achieved by leaving a 12.5 mm (0.5"
gap) around the instrument.
Do not store the instrument in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the
life of electronic devices and damage batteries.
Do not store the instrument in cold areas. When the instrument warms up to
its normal operating temperature, moisture can form inside the instrument,
which may damage the instrument’s electronic circuit boards.
Do not drop, knock or shake the instrument. Rough handling can break internal
circuit boards.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong detergents to clean
the instrument. To clean the instrument, disconnect all power sources and
wipe the surfaces lightly with a clean, soft cloth dampened in a mild soap-andwater solution.
It is the responsibility of the user to ensure the safety of any accessories, such
as probes, used with the instrument.
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Batteries
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer HV model operates on removable, rechargeable
Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) batteries. The MV model has internal rechargeable Ni-MH
batteries that are not serviceable.
Precautions and warnings when using batteries
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Never use any charger or battery that is damaged in any way.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
Do not take batteries apart or modify them. The batteries may not be
damaged, crushed, pierced or exposed to high temperatures. In case of
inappropriate handling of a battery there could be a risk of combustion or
explosion.
Battery charging time depends on the remaining battery charge and the
type of battery and charger used. The batteries can be charged and
discharged hundreds of time, but will gradually wear out. When the
operation time is noticeable shorter than normal, it is time to buy new
batteries.
If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
Use only HBM approved batteries and recharge your batteries only with
HBM approved chargers. When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from
the power source. Do not leave a battery connected to a charger for more
than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life.
Extreme temperatures will affect the charging capacity of the battery: it
may require cooling or warming first.
HV Model: Remove the batteries before charging.
Do not leave the batteries in hot or cold places, as you will reduce the
capacity and lifetime of the batteries. Always try to keep batteries at room
temperature. An instrument with hot or cold batteries may temporarily not
work, even when the batteries are fully charged.
Standard Li-ion batteries cannot be charged below 0 °C (32 °F). Although
the packs appear to be charging normally they will be damaged. If done
repeatedly, such damage can compromise the safety of the pack. The
battery will become more vulnerable to failure if subjected to impact, crush
or high rate charging.
Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuit can occur when
a metallic object causes a direct connection between the + (plus) and (minus) terminals of the battery, for example when you carry a spare
battery in a pocket or bag. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the
battery or the object causing the short-circuiting.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local chemical waste
regulations only. Always recycle. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
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WARNING
For protection against electric shock the HV model may not be operated
without both battery modules installed.
Make sure that input signals are detached from the instrument before a
battery module is being removed.
WARNING
If leaked battery fluid comes into contact with your eyes, immediately
flush your eyes with water and consult a doctor, as it may result in
blindness or other injury. If leaked battery fluid comes in contact with your
body or hands, wash thoroughly with water.
If leaked battery fluid comes into contact with the instrument, carefully
wipe the instrument, avoiding direct contact with your hands.
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1.8
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
EMC stands for Electro-Magnetic Compatibility. The overall intention is that
electronic equipment must be able to co-exist with other electronic equipment
in its immediate vicinity and neither emits large amounts of electromagnetic
energy. Thus there are two distinct requirements for electromagnetic
compatibility: Emission and Immunity.
This instrument generates, accepts and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the operator manual, may
cause harmful interference to other equipment. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
Immunity test: All immunity tests are done with the failure criterion being a
change of the instrument's control settings. Any of these tests may produce a
spurious trigger. Measurements are not valid during and immediately after the
immunity tests.
In demanding applications, if this instrument does cause minor harmful
interference to other equipment, which can be determined by turning this
instrument off and on, the user is encouraged to try to reduce the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
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Re-orient or relocate the affected equipment.
Increase the separation between the instrument and the affected
equipment.
Re-orient or relocate interface cables.
Connect the instrument to an outlet on a different supply circuit to the
affected equipment.
Supply cables, interface cables and probes should be kept as short as
practical, preferably a maximum of 1 m. Interface cables should be screened
and interface cables longer than 3 m are not acceptable in terms of interference
port immunity.
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1.9
Electro Static Discharge (ESD)
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause damage to electronic devices if
discharged into the device, so you should take steps to avoid such an
occurrence.
CAUTION
HBM uses state-of-the-art electronic components in its equipment.
These electronic components can be damaged by discharge of static
electricity (ESD). ESD damage is quite easy to induce, often hard to
detect, and always costly. Therefore we must emphasize on the
importance of ESD preventions when handling a GEN series system, its
connections or a plug-in card.
Description of ESD
Static electricity is an electrical charge caused by the buildup of excess
electrons on the surface of a material. To most people, static electricity and
ESD are nothing more than annoyances. For example, after walking over a
carpet while scuffing your feet, building up electrons on your body, you may
get a shock - a discharge event - when you touch a metal doorknob. This little
shock discharges the built-up static electricity.
ESD-susceptible equipment
Even a small amount of ESD can harm circuitry, so when working with
electronic devices, take measures to help protect your electronic devices,
including your GEN series Data Acquisition System, from ESD harm. Although
HBM has built protections against ESD into its products, ESD unfortunately
exists and, unless neutralized, could build up to levels that could harm your
equipment. Any electronic device that contains an external entry point for
plugging in anything from cables to acquisition cards is susceptible to entry of
ESD.
Precautions against ESD
Make sure to discharge any built-up static electricity from yourself and your
electronic devices before touching an electronic device, before connecting
one device to another, or replacing acquisition cards. You can do this in many
ways, including the following:
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Ground yourself by touching a metal surface that is at earth ground. For
example, if your computer has a metal case and is plugged into a standard
three-prong grounded outlet, touching the case should discharge the ESD
on your body.
Increase the relative humidity of your environment.
Install ESD-specific prevention items, such as grounding mats and wrist
straps.
While you should always take appropriate precautions to discharge static
electricity, if you are in an environment where you notice ESD events, you may
want to take extra precautions to protect your electronic equipment against
ESD.
The use of wrist straps
Use an ESD wrist strap whenever you open a chassis, particularly when you
will be handling circuit cards and appliques. In order to work properly, the wrist
strap must make good contact at both ends (with your skin at one end, and
with the chassis at the other).
WARNING
The wrist strap is intended for static control only. It will not reduce or
increase your risk of receiving an electric shock from electrical
equipment. Follow the same precautions you would use without a wrist
strap.
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1.10
Laser safety
The system is classified as a Class 1 laser product. The 6600 Isolated Digitizer
uses an LC optical transceiver for data and command communication between
6600 Isolated Digitizer Receiver and Transmitter. It does not emit hazardous
light but it is recommended to avoid direct exposure to the beam.
The built-in laser complies with laser product standards set by government
agencies for Class 1 laser products:
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In the USA, the 6600 Isolated Digitizer is certified as a Class 1 laser product
conforming to the requirements contained in the Department of Health and
Human Services (DHHS) regulation CDRH 21 CFR, Chapter I Subchapter
J Part 1040.10.
Outside the USA, the 6600 Isolated Digitizer is certified as a Class 1 laser
product conforming to the requirements contained in IEC/EN
60825-1:1994+A1+A2 and IEC/EN 60825-2.
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Instrument symbols
On the system a variety of symbols can be found. Below is a list of symbols
and their meaning.
This symbol is used to denote the measurement ground connection.
This point is not a safety ground.
This symbol is used to denote a safety ground connection.
Where caution is required, this symbol refers to the User's Guide for
further information.
This symbol warns that high voltages are present close to this symbol.
This symbol shows that the switch is a standby switch. When it is
pressed, the instrument state toggles between operating and stand
by mode. In standby mode some power will be consumed and the
instrument is NOT disconnected from the AC supply.
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1.12
Manual handling of loads
The Manual Handling of Loads Directive 90/269/ EEC from the European
Community lays down the minimum health and safety requirements for the
manual handling of loads where there is a risk particularly of back injury.
Before lifting or carrying a heavy object, ask yourself the following questions:
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Can you lift this load safely, or is it a two-person lift?
How far will you have to carry the load?
Is the path clear of clutter, cords, slippery areas, overhangs, stairs, curbs
or uneven surfaces?
Will you encounter closed doors that need to be opened?
Once the load is lifted, will it block your view?
Can the load be broken down into smaller parts?
Should you wear gloves to get a better grip and protect your hands?
Contact the “Occupational Health and Safety” organization, or equivalent, in
your country for more information.
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer models weigh approximately 4 kg maximum:
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1.13
International safety warnings
Danish
SIKKERHEDSADVARSEL
Dækslerne må ikke fjernes.
Hvis netsikringen springer som følge af en fejl, er det muligt at instrumentets
AC netafbryder er blevet beskadiget, hvorfor den bør efterses af en kvalificeret
tekniker.
Afbryd instrumentet fra lysnettet ved at fjerne IEC stikket fra bagpanelet. Dette
instruments AC netafbryder er kun beregnet til funktionelle formål. Den er
hverken beregnet til eller egnet til afbrydelse af lysnettet.
Nederlands
VEILIGHEIDSWAARSCHUWING
De deksels nooit verwijderen.
Als de zekering doorbrandt als gevolg van een storing of een defect, dan is het
mogelijk dat de wisselstroom-voedingsschakelaar van het instrument
beschadigd is. Die schakelaar moet worden gecontroleerd door een
deskundig technicus.
Als de IEC-aansluiting op het achterpaneel uit het stopcontact wordt
verwijderd, zal het instrument niet langer zijn aangesloten op de
wisselstroomvoeding. De wisselstroom-voedingsschakelaar op dit instrument
is uitsluitend bestemd voor functionele doeleinden. Die schakelaar mag nooit
worden gebruikt om het instrument aan of af te zetten.
Suomi
TURVAOHJEITA
Älä poista suojakansia.
Mikäli laitteen verkkosulake palaa vian seurauksena, on mahdollista, että
laitteen verkkokytkin on vaurioitunut ja se tulee tällöin tarkastuttaa
ammattihenkilöllä.
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Erottaaksesi tämän laitteen käyttöjännitteestä irrota takapaneelissa oleva IECliitin. Tämän laitteen verkkokytkimellä on ainoastaan toiminnallinen tarkoitus.
Sitä ei ole tarkoitettu, eikä se sovellu laitteen erottamiseen käyttöjännitteestä.
Français
ATTENTION - DANGER!
Ne pas déposer les panneaux de protection.
Le fait que le fusible d'alimentation saute par suite d'une anomalie risque de
détériorer l'alimentation secteur de l'instrument; dans ce cas, le faire contrôler
par un technicien qualifié.
Pour couper l'alimentation secteur de cet instrument, débrancher le cordon
secteur monté à l'arrière. L'interrupteur d'alimentation est purement secteur
fonctionnel. Il ne s'agit pas d'un dispositif de coupure du courant, et n'est pas
conçu pour cette fonction.
Deutsch
WARNHINWEIS!
Die Schutzabdeckung nicht entfernen.
Wenn die Sicherung der Versorgung infolge eines Defektes durchbrennt,
besteht die Möglichkeit einer Beschädigung des WechselstromversorgungsSchalters des Gerätes. Der Schalter muß dann von einem qualifizierten
Elektriker geprüft werden.
Zum Trennen des Gerätes von der Wechselstromversorgung den IEC-Stecker
von der Rückwand abziehen. Der Wechselstromversorgungs-Schalter dient
bei diesem Gerät nur für Funktionszwecke. Er ist nicht als Trennvorrichtung
bestimmt bzw. geeignet!
Italiano
AVVISO DI SICUREZZA
Non aprire lo strumento.
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Nel caso in cui il fusibile dell'alimentazione dovesse scattare a causa di un
guasto, è possibile che l'interruttore dell'alimentazione a corrente alternata
dello strumento possa essere danneggiato e dovrà pertanto essere controllato
da un tecnico specializzato e qualificato.
Per disinnestare questo strumento dall'alimentazione a corrente alternata,
levare il connettore IEC che si trova sul pannello posteriore. L'interruttore
dell'alimentazione a corrente alternata di questo strumento viene fornito
esclusivamente per scopi operativi e non viene inteso, né è adatto, per essere
utilizzato come dispositivo di disinnesto.
Norsk
ADVARSEL!
Ikke fjern dekslene
Hvis sikringen springer på grunn av feil som oppstår, er det mulig at
instrumentets vekselstrømbryter kan bli skadet - den må derfor kontrolleres av
en kvalifisert ingeniør.
Skal instrumentet koples fra vekselstrømtilførselen, kopler man ut IEC koplingen
bak på panelet. Vekselstrømbryteren på dette instrumente tjener kun en
funksjonell hensikt. Den er ikke egnet, og må ikke brukes, som skillebryter.
Português
Aviso de segurança
Não retire o invólucro/capas.
Se o fusîvel suplementar queimar por causa de erro, é possivel que o
interruptor da fonte AC do aparelho esteja com defeito e deveria ser checado
por pessoa autorizada.
Para desconectar este aparelho da fonte AC, retire o conector IEC do painel
trazeiro. Neste aparelho, o interruptor da fonte AC existe sómente por razões
funcionais. Não deve ser usado e nem é apropriado como dispositivo de
desconexão.
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Español
ADVERTENCIA SOBRE SEGURIDAD
No quite las tapas.
Si se fundiera el fusible de alimentación como consecuencia de una avería,
cabe la posibilidad de que el interruptor de encendido del equipo esté dañado
y sea necesario comprobarlo por personal técnico especializado y autorizado
al efecto.
Para desconectar este instrumento de la red, desenchufe el conector IEC del
panel trasero. El interruptor de entrada de CA (encendido) se incluye solo para
fines funcionales. No está pensado para utilizarse como medio de
desconexión, ni tampoco es adecuado para ello.
Svenska
SÄKERHETSVARNING
Tag ej bort skydden.
Om matarsäkringen smälter på grund av ett fel är det möjligt att strömställaren
för växelströmsmatning på instrumentet skadas och den bör då inspekteras av
en ingenjör med lämpliga kvalifikationer.
För att koppla bort instrumentet från växelströmstillförseln, tag ut IECanslutningen på bakpanelen. Strömställaren för växelströmstillförsel på detta
instrument är enbart till för funktionerliga ändamål. Den är inte avsedd som,
eller lämplig som, en bortkopplingsanordning.
English
SAFETY WARNING
Do not remove the covers.
If the supply fuse blows as the result of a fault, it is possible that the
instrument's AC supply switch will be damaged and should be checked by a
suitably qualified engineer.
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To disconnect this instrument from the AC supply, unplug the IEC connector
on the rear panel. The AC supply switch on this instrument is provided for
functional purposes only. It is not intended as, or suitable as, a disconnecting
device.
日本語
安全上の警告
カバーは取り外さないでください。
電源ヒューズが故障により飛んだ場合、機器の AC 電 源スイッチが損傷する
おそれがあるため、然るべき認 定を受けた適任者による点検を受けてくださ
い。
本機器を AC 電源から遮断するには、背面パネルにあ る IEC コネクターを抜
きます。 本機器の AC 電源ス イッチは、機能上の目的のためだけに提供して
いま す。 したがって、機器の主電源遮断用として意図さ れていないか、適
応していません。
中文
安全警告
不要取下保护盖。
如果电源保险丝因故障而熔断,则有可能损坏仪器的 交流电源开关并应由具备
资格的工程师检查。
拔下仪器后面板上的 IEC 接头即可断开交流电源。 仪器上的交流电源开关仅用
于功能性目的。 而不是 用于或适用于断开设备。
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Declaration of conformity
For information about the EC Declaration refer to: www.hbm.com/highspeed.
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2 About this manual
2.1
Symbols used in this manual
The following symbols are used throughout this manual to indicate warnings
and cautions.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates an electrical shock hazard which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a risk of fire which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in minor or moderate injury, or alerts against unsafe practices; or
alerts against actions which could damage the product, or result in loss
of data.
CAUTION
The ESD Susceptibility Symbol indicates that handling or use of an item
may result in damage from ESD if proper precautions are not taken.
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HINT/TIP
The info icon indicates sections which give additional information about the
product. This information is not essential for correct operation of the
instrument, but provides knowledge to make better use of the instrument.
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3 Introduction
3.1
Introducing the Isolated Digitizer
Welcome. You have made the right choice: the 6600 Isolated Digitizer is the
fourth generation of fiber-optic isolated digitizers designed by HBM. Smaller,
less weight and improved performance compared to its predecessors make
the 6600 Isolated Digitizer the leading product for use in the most demanding
test lab applications. The digitizer is designed for applications that require high
voltage isolation and safe and accurate measurements in harsh electrical
environments.
Successful operation of any laboratory, whether independent or manufacturer
owned, rely on disturbance free and accurate measurements, also when the
object under test has a failure: high frequency oscillating currents flow to earth
and cause a high potential shift of the earth point up to many kilovolts. The
resulting problems of earthing and power supply connection are less when
galvanic isolation from the test area is achieved by means of fiber-optic links.
There are two principal ways of transmitting signals via fiber-optic links: analog
or digital. With a digital link the measured signal is digitized with an A-to-D
Convertor close to the test object, transmitted via the fiber, and processed
directly in digital form. Digital fiber-optic systems do not have drift or noise
problems and surpass their analog counterparts when it comes to dynamic
accuracy.
Bringing the A-to-D Convertors close to the test object, however, means that
extra care must be taken to shield the equipment from strong electro-magnetic
fields. The power for the A-to-D Convertors must be supplied from batteries
to avoid any coupling with the environment.
In close cooperation with leading European high power laboratories, HBM has
developed the 6600 Isolated Digitizer model, a fiber-optic isolated digitizing
subsystem with digital link, designed to meet the demands of high power and
high voltage measurements.
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer eliminates the use of floating scopes, protecting
both operator and instrument even where high voltage and high EMI are
involved. The 6600 Isolated Digitizer offers remote operation, excellent signal
fidelity and elimination of ground problems.
Features and advantages
Complete single-channel isolated analog input subsystem
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Wide dynamic range and unsurpassed dynamic accuracy
Up to 100 MegaSample/s sample rate at 14-bit resolution
Combines with GEN series 4-channel receiver board with 400
MegaSample on-board memory
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3.1.1
Available models and configurations
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer is available in four different configurations. There
are two mechanical variants, one for use in medium and one for use in high
voltage environments. Each model is available with 25 MS/s or 100 MS/s
digitizing speed per channel.
The Medium Voltage (MV) version is single layer shielded and uses AC power
with an isolation voltage of 10 kV. This MV version can be used for isolated
measurements up to 10 kV while being powered by AC power. When higher
isolation is required, the MV version can be disconnected from the AC power
and run from internal battery for 5 minutes. When it is reconnected to AC
power, the internal battery will be recharged.
The High Voltage (HV) version is also single layer shielded and exclusively
battery powered. The removable batteries run for a minimum of 24 hours, with
a software controlled “sleep mode” that extends the standby time significantly.
Hot swappable batteries (not when acquiring data, see ( "Batteries" on
page 15) allow for continuous deployment: while charging one set, the unit
operates on a spare set. Standardized Lithium-Ion batteries are used to ensure
proper operation in various environments.
A system always consists of one (or more) Isolated Digitizer transmitters and
one (or more) receiver cards. One GEN series receiver card serves up to four
transmitters.
3.1.2
Functional description
For each data channel the system has a front-end (the 6600 Isolated Digitizer),
a twin fiberoptic link, data channel receiver and storage unit. The data channel
receiver and storage unit is part of a GEN series four-channel receiver card.
Figure 3.1: System block diagram
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The front-end comprises a high-fidelity programmable amplifier with antialiasing (AA) filter, the A-to-D Converter, control logic, fiber-optic interfacing
and a battery power management system.
The programmable amplifier has ranges from ± 20 mV to ± 100 V. The A-to-D
Converter is available with a sample rate of 25 or 100 MegaSamples per
second (40 ns and 10 ns time resolution) both with 14-bitaccuracy (0.006%).
Figure 3.2: 6600 block diagram
Data emerging from the A-to-D Converter is serialized before transmission.
Therefore only one fiber-optic cable is required for data transmission. This
approach reduces cost and increases reliability and ease of handling.
The data-receiving end of the system consists of fiber-optic interfacing and
de-serializing, digital trigger circuitry, buffer memory for local data storage and
control logic. It provides all standard functions of a GEN series subsystem. The
fiber-optic isolation is fully transparent to the user.
Special design ensures both short-term and long-term interchannel
synchronization.
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3.1.3
How to use this manual
This manual has been written to help you to benefit as fast as possible from
the 6600 Isolated Digitizer and to get maximum results from its usage.
Many people read their user’s manual only as a last resort. If you are one of
those, the next paragraphs tell you where to find information when you need
it.
IMPORTANT
READ THE NEXT SECTION EVEN IF YOU DON’T READ ANYTHING ELSE.
Safety Messages
Proper and safe use of this instrument depends on careful reading of all safety
instructions and labels. Read the chapter “Safety Messages” on page 7 for
details.
Installation and Operation
To know how to install this system in the correct way, read the installation
section. We do not advise to install the system without reading this section.
This section also describes how to use the subsystem, charge batteries,
replace batteries, etc. Read the chapter “Installation and Operation” on
page 36 for details.
Technical Reference
This section contains additional technical information pertinent to the 6600
Isolated Digitizer. Read the chapter “Technical Reference” for details.
3.1.4
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Contact your local dealer or HBM directly for technical support, general
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4 Installation and Operation
4.1
Introduction
This section describes how to install and operate the 6600 Isolated Digitizer,
which is the front-end (or transmitter) section. The receiver card(s) should
already have been factory installed into the GEN series system.
4.1.1
Unpacking
For transportation the Isolated Digitizer is sealed in a polyethylene bag and
cushioned in its box by shock-absorbent material. Accessories are separately
sealed in polyethylene bags and included in the box.
4.1.2
Unpacking and inspection
Unpack the instrument carefully and examine it thoroughly to ascertain
whether or not damage has occurred in transit. Report immediately any such
damage to the agent or manufacturer.
Retain the packing materials and box for use if further transportation is
necessary. Also be sure to keep all documents supplied with the instrument;
some may be addenda or update bulletins applicable to the manual or
instrument.
4.1.3
Equipment checklist
Check that the equipment contained in the transportation box complies with
the packing list. It typically includes:
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Optional connectors.
Fiber-optic cables as ordered.
User Manual that you are reading now.
Charger (HV model only).
Power cord (MV model only).
Miscellaneous documents.
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4.2
Connector locations
This section describes the location of the various connectors on the 6600
Isolated Digitizer front-end.
4.2.1
Front-end I/O connectors
Refer to the following diagrams for the position of the signal input and fiberoptic connectors on the front-end cabinets.
Figure 4.1: Front-end I/O connectors, switches and indicators
A
Power standby switch
B
Isolated signal input BNC connector
C
Fiber-optic connector
D
LED power status indicator
E
LED battery status indicators
F
Removable batteries
A - Power switch The power switch on the instrument is not a disconnecting
device. When the instrument is connected to the mains or when batteries are
installed, some power will be consumed. To disconnect the MV model from
the AC supply, unplug the IEC connector on the rear of the instrument.
B - Signal input This BNC connector is the analog input connector. Connect
the signal to be recorded to this plug. The BNC connector is isolated. For
connection of a signal to the isolated BNC input of the instrument use isolated
BNC connectors only.
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C - Fiber-optic connector This connector is used in combination with a fiberoptic plug connector SCRJ (in accordance with IEC 61754-24), IP67, duplex,
with quick connection method. As seen from the front, the left-most fiber-optic
link transmits the data (Data Output) and the right-most fiber-optic link receives
the commands (Command Input). Also fiber-optic plug connectors SCRJ-IP20
can be used.
The receiver side of the system is equipped with an LC duplex connector.
Figure 4.2: Example of a duplex SCRJ connectors (IP67 and IP20)
The optical link is used to transfer digitized data from the front-end to the
receiver unit and to transfer control commands from the GEN series to the
front-end.
D - LED Power status indicator This indicator shows the power status of the
MV model:
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When OFF: system is switched off.
When ON - GREEN: system is active and working from the mains power
supply.
When ON - RED: system is active and running on internal batteries.
When the LED is GREEN and BLINKING, the system is in use, but there is no
valid communication between the front-end and the GEN series, e.g. the cable
is not connected.
E - LED battery status indicators There are two LED indicators on the HV
model, one for each battery. The LED’s can have one of the following states:
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When OFF: system is switched off, or battery is not installed.
When BLINKING: battery is not in use.
When ON: battery is in use.
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When GREEN: battery capacity is high.
When ORANGE: battery capacity is medium.
When RED: battery capacity is low. You should replace the battery.
Any combination of ON/BLINKING and GREEN/ORANGE/RED is possible.
E.g. an orange blinking LED indicates that the corresponding battery is not in
use and has a medium capacity.
When both LED’s are GREEN and BLINKING, the system is in use, but there
is no valid communication between the front-end and the GEN series, e.g. the
cable is not connected.
F - Removable batteries For more details refer to "Battery (re)placement (HV
model only)" on page 45.
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4.2.2
Front-end power connector
The AC power inlet of the MV model is located on the rear of the front-end
cabinet.
Figure 4.3: 6600 rear view with AC power inlet
A- Power inlet The power connection of the MV model is via a standard IEC
320 EN 60320 C14 (male) appliance inlet, 2-pole, 3-wire designed for 250 V @
10A.
The MV model is delivered with a standard power cord that should be inserted
into this socket and must be connected to a suitable AC power outlet.
According to the standards utilized in your country, you may be required to
purchase a different power cord.
To disconnect the instrument from the AC supply, unplug the IEC connector
on the rear of the instrument. The instrument should be positioned to allow
access to the AC connector. The front power switch on the instrument is not
a disconnecting device. When the instrument is connected some power will
be consumed.
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Receiver connectors and indicators
The receiver is a card that is inserted in the GEN series Data Acquisition
System. One receiver card serves up to four front-ends (transmitters).
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Figure 4.4: Receiver connectors and indicators of a single channel
A
Status LED’s
B
Command output fiber-optic
C
Data input fiber-optic
D
Monitor output
A- Status LED’s The LED indicators are used to give a visual indication of the
fiber-link / front-end status.
The icon is used to identify the signal detect function. The icon is for Data/
Synchronization identification. The icon gives the status of the battery. The
last icon, identifies the temperature status of the front-end. When the power
of the mainframe is switched on, at least one LED should be illuminated.
The following table gives the function and possible combinations of the four
LED’s.
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Table 4-1: Front panel LED indicators
FRONT PANEL LED INDICATORS
Color
Off
No power, or No optical sig- No optical sig- No optical sigboot failure
nal detected nal detected nal detected
Red
No optical sig- Not synchron- Battery power Front-end
nal detected ized, no valid low
temperature
data
No mains MV out of bounds
Orange
N/A
Green
Optical signal Synchronized Battery power Front-end
detected
and valid data OK
temperature
MV
within limits
mains OK
Synchronized, N/A
but no valid
data
N/A
Note: MV = MV model
B- Command output This connector provides the command and timing
output and must be connected using fiber-optic cable with the “Optical Link Command” connector on the frontend cabinet.
The Command Output and Data Input are combined in a dual LC® connector.
C- Data input This connector is the data input connector and must be
connected using fiberoptic cable with the “Optical Link - Data” connector on
the front-end cabinet.
The Command Output and Data Input are combined in a dual LC® connector.
Figure 4.5: Example of a dual LC connector
D- Monitor output This is a BNC output. It provides a copy of the analog signal
connected to the analog input connector on the front-end.
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4.3
Installation
This section describes how to install and interconnect the various
components.
4.3.1
Voltage selection and fuse replacement (MV model only)
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer MV model uses up to 12 VA and operates from line
voltages of 115 Vac or 230 Vac at 47-63 Hz.
WARNING
Inspect the voltage selector at the rear of the front-end cabinet for the
correct setting before applying power. If necessary see the section below
for instructions on changing the voltage selector.
To gain access to the voltage selector and fuses proceed as follows:
1
Unplug the powercord.
2
Using a pocket screwdriver, insert the screwdriver in the slot under the
door and gently rotate the screwdriver to unlatch the door. When
unlatched, raise the door.
Rotate
Lift up
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With the door in the raised position, apply the screwdriver at the slot in the
end of the fuseholder and gently push down to raise the fuseholder and
remove it from the housing.
Push down
Lift up
Replacing the fuses
The fuseholder is equipped with two identical fuses.
WARNING
Replace both fuses at the same time with correct type and rating as
indicated on the rear of the front-end cabinet and in this manual.
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Figure 4.6: Fuseholder shown with 5x20 mm fuse
To replace the fuses proceed as follows:
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Remove the fuses from their seating and replace when necessary.
When done re-insert the fuseholder and close the door.
Changing the voltage selection
To change the voltage selection do the following:
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Turn the fuseholder.
Re-insert the fuseholder and close the door.
The correct voltage must now be visible from the outside of the power
entry housing.
Re-insertion of the fuseholder should go smoothly. Do not use excessive force.
Verify proper placement of fuses as well as the position of the unit if it won’t
snap into place easily.
4.3.2
Battery (re)placement (HV model only)
Before you can use the HV model, both battery modules must be installed.
When batteries are low and need to be charged they must be removed.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD! Remove any input signal before
proceeding.
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To remove a battery module
To remove a battery module do the following:
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Using a flat blade screwdriver loosen the multi-turn screw that holds the
battery module.
Pull the battery module gently out of the cabinet.
Figure 4.7: Battery module removal
A
Screws
To place a battery module
To place a battery module proceed as follows:
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Place the battery module in the cabinet.
Push it firmly into the connector in the rear of the cabinet until you feel it
snap, without using excessive force.
Using a flat blade screwdriver fasten the multi-turn screw to hold the
battery module in position.
Battery module
The battery module is a battery holder with a standard Lithium Ion battery. The
batteries can be charged and discharged hundreds of time, but will gradually
wear out. When the operation time is noticeable shorter than normal, it is time
to renew batteries.
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Figure 4.8: Battery module
A
Battery holder
B
Battery pack
C
Lock strip
To renew a battery
To renew a battery in the battery module do the following:
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Remove the battery module from the cabinet and place it on a flat surface.
2
Remove the battery from the battery holder:
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Gently bend down the strip that locks the battery into position until the
battery is released.
Pull the battery out of its seat.
Place a new battery in the holder.
The battery module is designed to fit in the battery charger, i.e. it is not
necessary to remove the battery from the battery holder when charging the
battery. However, when you are using a non-standard charger it may be
necessary to remove the battery from the battery holder before you can place
the battery in the charger.
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Connect the front-end and the mainframe by means of a fiber-optic cable. The
fiber-optic cable must be a dual-core cable. One side has a dual SCRJ
connector, the other end has a dual LC connector. Cables supplied by HBM
are already correctly configured.
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Figure 4.9: Fiber-optic cable with LC (left) and SCRJ (right) connectors
Using the fiber-optic cable, connect the dual LC connector to the receiver card
(select any of the four ports). The other end of the cable with the SCRJ
connector goes to the front-end.
LC connector
Insert the plug into the receiver. Refer to for details. Make sure the lock
mechanism is positioned to the right. You hear a ´click´ when the lock
mechanism locks the cable. To disconnect the LC connector, push the lock
mechanism and gently pull the connector out of the port on the receiver. Do
not use excessive force to pull out the plug.
SCRJ connector
Insert the plug into the front-end. Refer to for details. On the connector there
is a notch. Make sure the notch is pointing downwards. You hear a ´click´ when
the lock mechanism locks the cable.
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Figure 4.10: SCRJ connector latches and notch
A
Press latches to release connector
B
Notch
To disconnect the SCRJ connector, press both latches and pull the connector
out of the port on the front-end.
Insertion and removal of the SCRJ connector require some force.
When you are using your own fiber-optic cables make sure that the
COMMAND and DATA lines are connected correctly: command-out of the
receiver to the command-in of the front-end; data-out of the front-end to the
data-in of the receiver.
4.3.4
Initial check-out
For an initial check-out of the system verify as follows:
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MV Model: make sure the voltage selector is set to the correct voltage and
the power cord is connected.
Check the fiber-optic cabling between the front-end and the receiver card
in the GEN series mainframe.
Is the mainframe installed properly: fuses, power selection, power cord
connected?
Now you can switch on the GEN series mainframe and the front-end(s).
The LED’s on the front panel of the fiber-optic receiver card must indicate that
both connection and battery are OK for each channel installed and connected.
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This completes the installation. Refer to the GEN series User Manual for
more hardware information and to the Perception User Manual for
software information.
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5 Technical Reference
5.1
Introduction
This section contains additional technical information pertinent to the 6600
Isolated Digitizer and its usage.
5.1.1
Battery charging
Design and construction of the front-end/battery combination are such as to
provide for a 24- hour continuous operation (5 minutes for the MV Model).
5.1.2
MV Model
The internal battery of the MV Model is automatically recharged when the frontend is connected to the mains, also when the system is in operation.
5.1.3
HV model
To recharge the batteries of the 6600 HV model you need a suitable charger.
HBM provides chargers that are targeted towards the delivered batteries.
Figure 5.1: Example of a battery charger
To charge a battery
To (re)charge a battery proceed as follows:
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Remove the battery as described in “To remove a battery module” on
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Place the battery or batteries in the charger:
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Refer to the documentation that came with your charger for additional
information.
Depending on the charger in use, the complete battery module may
not fit in the charger. If so, remove the battery pack from the battery
holder as described “To renew a battery” on page 47.
When the battery is fully loaded replace the battery as described in "To
place a battery module" on page 46.
Requirements
Recharging the battery requires a typical charge current of 2.8 Amps (4.0 Amps
maximum) and a voltage of 12.6 Volts (@ 20 °C).
When the battery is fully exhausted, it will take 2.5 hours to reach the 100%
capacity again (at the typical charge rate). In practice however, the battery will
not be fully exhausted, reducing the recharge time.
Battery low vs. recharge
The "battery low" indication on the receiver front panel becomes active when
the battery voltage has gone below the 10.5 V level, and stays active until the
9.0 V level is reached. After this the front-end will not function any more.
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Power management considerations
The following guidelines apply for optimum battery usage.
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A Li-ion battery typically provides 300-500 discharge/charge cycles.
The battery prefers a partial rather than a full discharge. Frequent full
discharges should be avoided when possible. Instead, charge the battery
more often, except before a long storage. There is no concern of memory
when applying unscheduled charges, the Li-ion battery does not suffer
from the "memory effect" at all.
Keep the Li-ion battery cool. Prevent storage in a hot car. Never freeze a
battery.
Store the battery at a 40 percent charge level. Never fully charge or
discharge the battery before storage. The 40 percent charge assures a
stable condition even if self-discharge robs some of the battery’s energy.
Most battery manufacturers store Li-ion batteries at 15 °C (59 °F) and at 40
percent charge.
Avoid purchasing spare Li-ion batteries for later use. Observe
manufacturing date when purchasing. Do not buy old stock, even if sold
at clearance prices.
Contact your battery supplier / manufacturer (or visit their web site) for
more details on battery specifications, usage and maintenance.
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5.3
Shunt measurements
Special care must be taken with shunt measurements. Typical shunt
measurements generate signals with an amplitude of only a few volts. To
prevent interference from higher voltage signals (up to 100 volt) the following
guidelines apply:
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When possible place the 6600 Isolated Digitizer front-end as close as
possible to the test object to reduce the length of the coax cable.
Physically separate low voltage signal lines and high voltage signal lines
as much as possible. Do not combine them. When the higher voltage
signals include high frequency transients these will easily cross over to the
low voltage signals.
CAUTION
Keep in mind that very strong magnetic fields can influence the amplifier
setting relays!
Note that the 6600 Isolated Digitizer has a relatively high bandwidth of 25 MHz
(100 MS/s model). As a result of this high bandwidth you may see high
frequency transients that you have never seen before. Use the filter to reduce
the bandwidth to a physical relevant value.
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5.4
Connectors
The following connector types are used.
MV Model input connectors
Analog input
Isolated BNC
Fiber optic link
Female insert SCRJ, duplex, with protective cover for
SCRJ-IP67 plug connector in accordance with IEC
61754-24
HV Model input connectors
Analog input
Isolated BNC
Fiber optic link
Female insert SCRJ, duplex, with protective cover for
SCRJ-IP67 plug connector in accordance with IEC
61754-24
GEN series receiver card
Fiber optic link
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A Specifications
A.1
General
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer is available in four different configurations. There
are two mechanical variants, one for use in medium and one for use in high
voltage environments: MV Model and HV Model.
Each model is available with 25 MS/s or 100 MS/s digitizing speed.
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A.2
Front-end specifications
Analog input section
Channels
1 per front-end
Input type
Single-ended to isolated common (unbalanced differential)
Coupling
AC / DC / GND
Connector
Fully isolated BNC
Ranges
± 20 mV to ± 100 V Full Scale in 1, 2, 5 steps
Zero suppression
Automatic, equal to range
Impedance
1 MΩ (± 2 %) // 38 pF (± 5 %)
Bandwidth
100 MS/s: 25 MHz @ – 3 dB
25 MS/s: 5 MHz @ – 3 dB
CMRR
100 dB @ 80 Hz
MSE
0.1 % FS ± 50 μV RTI
Offset error
0.1 % FS ± 50 μV RTI
Noise (RMS)
0.05 % FS ± 0.1 mV RTI
Bias current
< 2 nA
Rise time
100 MS/s: 14 ns @ 25 MHz
25 MS/s: 75 ns @ 5 MHz
Recovery time
≤ 10 ns to 10 % following a 200 % Full Scale input
≤ 10 ns to 10 % following a 200 % Full Scale input
≤ 10 ns to 10 % following a 200 % Full Scale input ≤ 10 ns
to 10 % following a 200 % Full Scale input
Isolation
500 Vpeak
Overload
250 Vpeak protected for ranges ≥ ± 2 V
125 Vpeakprotected for ranges < ± 2 V
800 Vpeak transient (impulse spark-over voltage at
1 kV/μs)
Anti-alias filter
6th order Bessel low-pass:
100 MS/s: 10 MHz
25 MS/s: 5 MHz
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Single A-to-D Converter per channel Synchronous sampling between channels
Conversion rate
25 or 100 MegaSamples per second
Resolution
14 bit (0.006 %)
16 bit in enhanced mode
Aperture jitter
200 fs
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Fiber-optic link
Light source
Class 1 laser product
Connector
Female insert SCRJ, duplex, with protective cover for
SCRJ-IP67 or SCRJ-IP20 plug connector in accordance
with IEC 61754-24
Transfer rate
2 Gbit/s
Wavelength
850 nm
Cable type
Multimode 50/125 μm
Dynamic range
+ 9 dB
Isolation
1015 Ω/meter
Cable length
Contact factory for availability
Maximum length 800 m using a single cable
Maximum length will decrease by 100 m for each patch
panel installed
Batteries
Type
MV Model:
internal, rechargeable, NiMH
12 V @ 300 mAh
HV Model:
2x removable, rechargeable, Li-ion
11.1 V @ 6600 mAh
Smart Battery 1.1 compliant
Operation time
MV Model: 5 minutes (fresh, fully loaded batteries)
HV Model: 24 hours
Recharge
MV Model: built-in charger
HV Model: 12.6 V DC, 2.5 to 4 Amp @ 25 °C (77 °F)
AC Power (MV Model only)
Power
115 / 230 VAC @ 47-63 Hz, 12 VA maximum
All specifications are typical @ 25 °C (77 °F) unless otherwise stated and subject
to change without notice in order to improve design- and/or performance
characteristics.
Consult www.hbm.com/highspeed for more information.
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A.3
Receiver specifications
A single GEN series receiver card serves up to four 6600 Isolated Digitizer
front-ends.
For detailed information on the GEN series system refer to the “ GEN series
Data Acquisition User Manual”.
Fiber-optic link
Light source
Class 1 laser product
Connector
LC Duplex
Transfer rate
2 Gbit/s
Wavelength
850 nm
Cable type
Multimode 50/125 μm
Dynamic range
+ 9 dB
Isolation
1015 Ω/meter
Cable length
Contact factory for availability
Maximum length
800 m using a single cable
Maximum length will decrease by 100 m for each
patch panel installed
Filtering
Digital filters
100 MS/s model:
Sample rate fs = 100 MS/s: no filter
Sample rate fs < 100 MS/s: user selectable in range
5 MHz to 50 kHz in 12 steps
25 MS/s model:
User selectable in range 5 MHz to 50 kHz in 12 steps
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Outputs
one BNC per channel on receiver front panel
Output level
± 5 V Full Scale, uncalibrated
Output current
± 20 mA
Output load
> 250 Ω
Conversion
Single D-to-A Converter per channel
Conversion rate
100 MS/s
Resolution
14 bit (0.006 %)
Output filter
6-pole Bessel, 10 MHz @ – 3 dB
Delay
Delay from input to output:
Minimum: < 1 μs (filter = wideband)
Maximum: 12 μs (filter = 50 kHz)
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Transient memory
Capacity
On board 400 MegaSample (800 MegaByte) total, to
be used by enabled channels
Triggering
Type
Dual-level trigger digital trigger detector per channel
Pre/post trigger
Pre- and post trigger segment can be zero samples
up to full memory length
Rate
Pre- and post trigger segment can be zero samples
up to full memory length
Resolution
16 bit (0.0015 %) on each level
Acquisition modes
Recorder
for continuous acquisition
Scope
for repetitive phenomena
Transient
for intermittent events; single, dual or A-B-A timebase
Data storage
Recorder
Spooled directly to harddisk of control PC Unlimited
file size or duration Maximum transfer rate: 5 MS/s per
channel
Scope
Store in transient memory
Transient
Store in transient memory; single or A-B-A timebase
All specifications are typical @ 25 °C (77 °F) unless otherwise stated and subject
to change without notice in order to improve design- and/or performance
characteristics.
Consult www.hbm.com/highspeed for more information.
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A.4
Physical and environmental
Physical and environmental specifications
Dimensions
Width x Depth x Height, including handles, etc.
MV Model: 175 x 265 x 119 mm (6.86 x 10.44 x 4.69 inch)
HV Model: 175 x 280 x 119 mm (6.86 x 11.3 x 4.69 inch)
Weight
MV Model: 3 kg (6.6 lb.) maximum
HV Model: 4 kg (8.8 lb.) maximum including batteries
Shielding
Single metal shielding in plastic housing
Correct operation has been verified by placing the frontend cabinet
within 1 meter of an EMC field created by a 80 kA current
Power supply
MV Model: 115/230 VAC, 47-63 Hz, 12 VA or internal
battery
HV Model: internal, removable batteries
Isolation
MV Model: isolation when AC powered 10 kV
HV Model: N/A
Operating temp.
MV Model: 0 °C to +40 °C (+32 °F to +104 °F)
HV Model: –15 °C to +50 °C (+5 °F to +122 °F)
Figure A1: Dimensions HV Model (top) and MV Model (bottom) front-ends
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All specifications are typical @ 25 °C (77 °F) unless otherwise stated and subject
to change without notice in order to improve design- and/or performance
characteristics.
Consult www.hbm.com/highspeed for more information.
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B Maintenance
B.1
Cleaning
To clean the instrument, disconnect all power sources and wipe the surfaces
lightly with a clean, soft cloth dampened with water.
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer front-end cabinet does not require additional
routine cleaning.
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C Service Information
C.1
General
HBM offers comprehensive factory servicing for all HBM Data Acquisition
products. Extended warranties for calibration, repair or both are available.
Installation, on-site or factory training are also available. Contact the factory
or your local sales person for more information. For local contact information,
visit www.hbm.com/highspeed.
If servicing is ever needed on your 6600 Isolated Digitizer, contact the factory
with the model and serial numbers, a description of the problem, and your
contact information. You will be issued a Return Material Authorization (RMA)
number. Attach this number to the unit and/or the accompanying paperwork.
During the warranty period, the customer pays for shipping to HBM. HBM will
pay for the return of the equipment in the same fashion as it was received.
Outside the warranty period, a quote will be given. A purchase order must be
received before work can be performed.
It is recommended that the unit always be shipped in the original shipping
container.
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C.2
Calibration / verification
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer is factory calibrated as delivered to the customer.
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer should be tested and if necessary, calibrated, at
one year intervals or after any major event that may effect calibration. When in
doubt consult your local supplier.
The 6600 Isolated Digitizer front-end and receiver are calibrated
independently. Therefore any combination of front-end and receiver will give
the listed specifications.
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D Quadrature Encoder Model
D.1
General
A rotary encoder, also called a shaft encoder, is an electro-mechanical device
used to convert the angular position of a shaft or axle to a digital code, making
it a sort of transducer.
The absolute type rotary encoder produces a unique digital code for each
distinct angle of the shaft.
The relative rotary encoder (also called incremental encoder) is used when
absolute encoding methods would be too cumbersome, mainly due to the size
of the patterned disc that is required.
The relative rotary encoder, in its simplest form, cannot measure the absolute
angle of the shaft. It can only measure the change in angle relative to some
arbitrary datum, such as shaft's position at the time when the power was
switched on.
The second problem with this system is that it cannot tell which direction the
shaft is rotating in. To overcome this problem, two sensors are used. This type
of encoder is known as a quadrature encoder.
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D.2
Introduction
HBM engineered a special version of the 6600 Isolated Digitizer, labelled the
6610 HV model, that provides interfacing to quadrature encoder inputs. The
6610 HV model can be used as any other 6600 model. The output provided is
a linear representation of counted values.
Features include:
l
l
l
l
l
l
D.2.1
Differential RS-422 input.
Input overvoltage clamping 6.2 V @ 6.5 A (40 VA) peak 100 μs max.
Input overvoltage clamping 6.2 V @ 50 mA (300 mVA) continuous.
100 kHz input signal maximum per input.
16-bit signed integer counter: –32768 to + 32767
Additional 5V @ 400 mA output on connector
Operation
The 6610 HV Model requires two clock input signals labelled CLOCK1 and
CLOCK2. These input signals drive the counter:
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l
l
The counter is incremented when a rising edge of CLOCK1 occurs when
CLOCK2 is low.
The counter is decremented when a rising edge of CLOCK2 occurs when
CLOCK1 is low.
The falling edge of a clock signal enables the single edge detect of the
other clock signal.
For a correct determination of the absolute position, i.e. the relative position
referenced to a known position, the counter must be reset. This is typically
done before an acquisition/ recording is made.
To reset the counter
To reset the counter do the following:
1
2
3
4
5
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In the Perception software go to the Settings sheet.
In the settings sheet go to the Input section and click on Basic /
Voltage.
In the settings sheet locate the channel(s) that you want to reset.
In the Input Coupling column select GND. This will reset the counter(s).
In the Input Coupling column select DC. This will enable the counter(s).
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When a recording is finished, the resulting waveform values represent the
position.
Usually there is no linear relation between the counter values and the actual
position. Therefore the Perception software has an option in the formula
database that allows you to convert the measured values into a meaningful
result using a linearization table.
Figure D1: Schematic diagram of linearization
A
Quadrature input signals
B
Counter output
C
Converted waveform
For this to work you will need to create a look-up table, stored in an ASCII file.
This file is the Conversion Look Up Table (CLUT). Each line in this file contains
a floating point number.
Once you have created the file you must use the function @IntLookUp() in the
formula database. This function uses the data from a waveform as a indices
to a CLUT. Each value of the original waveform is used as a pointer into the
CLUT. The corresponding value in the CLUT is used to produce the output.
This function requires the following parameters:
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Input waveform: the counter output waveform
File name: the name of the ASCII file that holds the look-up table
Optional offset within the look-up table
The first line is associated default with index 0. An index offset is used for
negative numbers in the input waveform.
For signed integers use an offset of 32768. By doing so the first point in the
CLUT is associated with –32768.
Example: result =
@IntLookUp(Active.Group1.Recorder1.Ch1;”LookUp.asc”;32768)
Refer to the Perception manual for more details on how to use the formula
database.
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D.3
Front-end I/O connectors
Refer to the following diagram for the position of the signal input and fiberoptic connector on the 6610 HV front-end cabinet.
Figure D2: Front-end I/O connectors, switch and indicators
A
Removable batteries
B
LED battery status indicators
C
Power standby switch
D
RS-422 signal input connector
E
Fiber-optic connector
Refer to "Connector locations" on page 37 for details on the standard
components
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Input connector
The input connector used is a LEMO Redel P Series 8-pole socket:
PKG.M0.8GL.LG with the following pinning:
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Figure D3: RS-422 Input connector pinning (front view)
1
CLOCK1 + (positive)
2
CLOCK1 – (negative)
3
CLOCK2 + (positive)
4
CLOCK2 – (negative)
5
+5 Volt output
6
Not connected
7
Not connected
8
Ground
The key (female) is used for proper insertion and positioning of the connector.
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E Using Patch Panels
E.1
General
Patch panels are switchboard look-alikes that house cable connections. In a
typical setup, the connection consists of a shorter cable plugged into the front
side of the patch panel and a longer cable plugged into the back.
In addition to having different lengths of cable connecting to the front and back,
patch panels can have different types of electrical connectors as well. One
example of this is a breakout box, which has individual connectors on the front
leading to a compound connector on the back, into which all of the individual
cables plug. In all cases, patch panels transmit signals from one cable to
another without any loss of data.
Another function is the ability to change and interchange the individual cables
on the front. Patch panels have compound connectors on the back side that
don’t differentiate which signal is coming from which individual port.
A patch panel provides a convenient place to terminate all of the cable runs
coming from different locations into the laboratory. You can label the patch
panel. Putting the labels on the cables is tougher to read than labels on a patch
panel and also there is risk of having the cable labels fall off.
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E.2
Patch panel configuration
Below is an example of a possible patch panel configuration.
Figure E1: Example of a patch panel configuration
1
Fiber-Optic LC connector plug
2
Fiber-Optic coupler SCRJ/SCRJ
3
Fiber-Optic SCRJ-IP67 connector
4
Fiber-Optic cable SCRJ-IP67 to SCRJ-IP67 (optional SCRJ-IP20 to SCRJIP20)
5
Fiber-Optic cable SCRJ-IP20 to SCRJ-IP20
6
Fiber-Optic cable LC to SCRJ-IP20
Depending on the cables you use the actual configuration may differ from the
situation depicted in the above diagram.
Note that the maximum cable length will decrease by 100 m for each patch
panel installed. See "Front-end specifications" on page 57 for details.
Contact your local dealer or HBM directly for details on availability of
connectors and cables.
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Index
A
Acquisition ............................................................ 67
Features ................................................................ 31
Functional description .......................................... 33
Fuse ...................................................... 9, 10, 40, 43
B
G
Batteries ......................................................... 10, 15
Charging .......................................................... 51
Replacement ................................................... 45
Status .............................................................. 37
Ground ........................................................... 10, 19
Protective ........................................................ 10
Symbol ............................................................ 21
C
Calibration ............................................................ 65
Calibration (system) .............................................. 65
CE ......................................................................... 28
Checklist ............................................................... 36
Cleaning ............................................................... 63
Clearance ............................................................. 13
Command input .................................................... 38
Command output ................................................. 42
Configurations ...................................................... 33
Connectors ..................................................... 37, 55
Creepage .............................................................. 13
H
High voltage
Symbol ............................................................ 21
High voltage model .............................................. 33
I
Indicators .............................................................. 37
Inspection ............................................................. 36
Installation ............................................................ 36
Initial check-out ............................................... 49
System connections ........................................ 47
Introduction .......................................................... 31
Isolation ................................................................ 13
D
Data Input ............................................................. 42
Data output .......................................................... 38
Declaration of conformity ..................................... 28
E
EC Declaration of Conformity ............................... 28
EMC ...................................................................... 17
Encoder ................................................................ 66
Quadrature ...................................................... 66
Rotary .............................................................. 66
Environment ......................................................... 14
ESD ...................................................................... 18
F
FCC ........................................................................ 7
74
K
Key ....................................................................... 71
L
LED indicators ...................................................... 37
LICENSE AGREEMENT AND WARRANTY ............ 3
Linearization ......................................................... 68
Lithium-Ion (Li-ion), see Batteries ........................ 15
M
Maintenance
Cleaning .......................................................... 63
Medium voltage model ......................................... 33
Models .................................................................. 33
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Monitor output ...................................................... 42
N
Ni-MH, see Batteries ............................................ 15
O
Overvoltage .......................................................... 13
P
Patch panel .......................................................... 72
Power and frequency ........................................... 10
Power inlet ............................................................ 40
Power management ............................................. 53
Power status ........................................................ 37
Power switch ........................................................ 37
Protective ground ................................................. 10
Shipping .......................................................... 64
Warranty .......................................................... 64
Shaft encoder, see Encoder ................................. 66
Shunt measurements ........................................... 54
Specifications ....................................................... 56
Symbols .......................................................... 21, 29
U
Unpacking ............................................................ 36
V
Voltage selection .................................................. 43
Q
Quadrature encoder ............................................. 66
R
Receiver card ....................................................... 40
Rotary encoder ..................................................... 66
S
Safety
Clearance ........................................................ 13
Creepage ......................................................... 13
Current ............................................................ 13
EMC ................................................................ 17
Environment .................................................... 14
ESD ................................................................. 18
FCC and general ............................................... 7
Instrument symbols ......................................... 21
International warnings ..................................... 23
Isolation ........................................................... 13
Manual handling of loads ................................ 22
Overvoltage ..................................................... 13
Power and frequency ...................................... 10
Service .................................................................. 64
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Head Office
HBM
Im Tiefen See 45
64293 Darmstadt
Germany
Tel: +49 6151 8030
Email: [email protected]
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HBM France SAS
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BP76
91542 Mennecy Cedex
Tél:+33 (0)1 69 90 63 70
Fax: +33 (0) 1 69 90 63 80
Email: [email protected]
Germany
HBM Sales Office
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Tel: +49 89 92 33 33 0
Email: [email protected]
UK
HBM United Kingdom
1 Churchill Court, 58 Station Road
North Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 7SA
Tel: +44 (0) 208 515 6100
Email: [email protected]
USA
HBM, Inc.
19 Bartlett Street
Marlborough, MA 01752, USA
Tel : +1 (800) 578-4260
Email: [email protected]
PR China
HBM Sales Office
Room 2912, Jing Guang Centre
Beijing, China 100020
Tel: +86 10 6597 4006
Email: [email protected]
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