®

724/725/726

Calibrators

Calibration Manual

PN 667581 September 1999 Rev. 2, 2/06
© 1999, 2000, 2006 Fluke Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in USA All product names are trademarks of their respective companies.

LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY Each Fluke product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. The warranty period is three years and begins on the date of shipment. Parts, product repairs, and services are warranted for 90 days. This warranty extends only to the original buyer or end-user customer of a Fluke authorized reseller, and does not apply to fuses, disposable batteries, or to any product which, in Fluke's opinion, has been misused, altered, neglected, contaminated, or damaged by accident or abnormal conditions of operation or handling. Fluke warrants that software will operate substantially in accordance with its functional specifications for 90 days and that it has been properly recorded on non-defective media. Fluke does not warrant that software will be error free or operate without interruption. Fluke authorized resellers shall extend this warranty on new and unused products to end-user customers only but have no authority to extend a greater or different warranty on behalf of Fluke. Warranty support is available only if product is purchased through a Fluke authorized sales outlet or Buyer has paid the applicable international price. Fluke reserves the right to invoice Buyer for importation costs of repair/replacement parts when product purchased in one country is submitted for repair in another country. Fluke's warranty obligation is limited, at Fluke's option, to refund of the purchase price, free of charge repair, or replacement of a defective product which is returned to a Fluke authorized service center within the warranty period. To obtain warranty service, contact your nearest Fluke authorized service center to obtain return authorization information, then send the product to that service center, with a description of the difficulty, postage and insurance prepaid (FOB Destination). Fluke assumes no risk for damage in transit. Following warranty repair, the product will be returned to Buyer, transportation prepaid (FOB Destination). If Fluke determines that failure was caused by neglect, misuse, contamination, alteration, accident, or abnormal condition of operation or handling, including overvoltage failures caused by use outside the product’s specified rating, or normal wear and tear of mechanical components, Fluke will provide an estimate of repair costs and obtain authorization before commencing the work. Following repair, the product will be returned to the Buyer transportation prepaid and the Buyer will be billed for the repair and return transportation charges (FOB Shipping Point). THIS WARRANTY IS BUYER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. FLUKE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES, INCLUDING LOSS OF DATA, ARISING FROM ANY CAUSE OR THEORY. Since some countries or states do not allow limitation of the term of an implied warranty, or exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, the limitations and exclusions of this warranty may not apply to every buyer. If any provision of this Warranty is held invalid or unenforceable by a court or other decision-maker of competent jurisdiction, such holding will not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision. Fluke Corporation P.O. Box 9090 Everett, WA 98206-9090 U.S.A. 11/99 Fluke Europe B.V. P.O. Box 1186 5602 BD Eindhoven The Netherlands

Table of Contents
Title Introduction........................................................................................................ Contacting Fluke................................................................................................ Read First – Safety Information......................................................................... International Symbols ........................................................................................ Specifications..................................................................................................... DC Voltage Measurement (724 and 725)...................................................... DC Voltage Measurement and Source (726)................................................. DC Voltage Source (724 and 725) ................................................................ DC mA Measurement and Source (724 and 725) (Measurement only for 724) ....................................................................... DC mA Measurement and Source (726) ....................................................... Ohms Measurement (724 and 725) ............................................................... Ohms Measurement (726) ............................................................................. Ohms Source (724 and 725) .......................................................................... Ohms Source (726)........................................................................................ Frequency Measurement (725)...................................................................... Frequency Measurement (726)...................................................................... Frequency Source (725) ................................................................................ Frequency Source (726) ................................................................................ Millivolt Measurement and Source (724 and 725) ........................................ Temperature, Thermocouples (724 and 725)................................................. Temperature, Thermocouples (726) .............................................................. Temperature, RTD Ranges, and Accuracies (724 and 725) .......................... RTD Accuracy (Read and Source) (ITS-90) (726)........................................ Loop Power Supply ....................................................................................... Pressure Measurement (725 and 726) ........................................................... Pulse Read and Pulse Source (726) ............................................................... Pressure Units Availability (725) .................................................................. General Specifications................................................................................... Cleaning the Calibrator ...................................................................................... Replacing the Batteries ...................................................................................... Fuses .................................................................................................................. Remote Control Interface (725 and 726) ........................................................... Serial Command List (726)................................................................................ Required Equipment .......................................................................................... Performance Tests.............................................................................................. Preparing for the Performance Tests ............................................................. Upper Display Voltage Measurement Tests .................................................. Lower Display mV/TC Measurement Tests .................................................. Lower Display Voltage Measurement Tests..................................................
i

Page 1 1 2 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 9 10 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 13 14 17 22 24 24 25 26 27

...................................................................................................... Cal Volts Output .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Lower Display mV Source Tests....................................... Pressure Module Input (725/726).................................................................................................................................................................. Calibration Adjustment Procedures (724 and 725) ........................... Calibrating Ohms Measure............................................................ Initiating Communication .................................................................................................. Lower Display Voltage Source Tests .......................................................................................... Calibrating Voltage Input.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Setup ............................................................................. Calibrating High Ohms Source ............ Calibrating mA Input .................................... Initiating Communication (724 and 725) ................................................................................................................. Lower Display 3-Wire RTD Measurement ............. Lower Display Frequency Measurement Test (725 and 726) ...................................................................................................... Cal RTD Low Range................................... Calibrating Low Ohms Source..... Calibration Adjustment Procedures (726) .......................... Lower Display Frequency Source Test (725 and 726) ........................... Calibrating Thermocouple CJC:................................................... Calibrating Isolated Voltage Input .................... Cal ISO mA................................... Calibrating Isolated mA Input........................................................................................................................................................................ Cal mV Output ................................................................................................ Cal ISO Volts ............................................................................................... Lower Display Thermocouple Source Test ..................................... Calibrating Thermocouple mV Input ........................................................................................................................ Lower Display Ohms Source Tests ........................................................ Calibration Adjustment.......... Lower Display mA Source Tests (725 and 726) ............................... Lower Display Thermocouple Measurement Tests ................................................................................................ Calibrating Voltage Output .......................................... Cal Thermocouples .......... Cal Ohms Hi Source......................................................................................... Cal Volts Input ................................................................... Cal mV Input. Calibrating mA Output......................................... Cal mA Input (Fluke 725 Only) ................................ Cal Ohms Low Source ......................................................................................... Cal RTD Hi Range ................. 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 39 39 40 41 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 ii ............................... Lower Display mA Measurement Tests (725 and 726).............................................................. Calibrating Thermocouple mV Output ........................................................................ Lower Display 4-Wire Resistance Measurement Tests.............................................................................................................724/725/726 Calibration Manual Upper Display mA Measurement Tests........................... Replaceable Parts .............................................. Cal mA Output (725 Only) .................

....................................................................... 16.................... 17....................................... 14.......................................................................... 9............. Lower Display mV Readings .................................. Upper Display Remote Commands (725) .... 7....................... Required Equipment and Software ....................................................... 5......................................... Serial Command List-726 ....... Upper Display mA Readings.......... Lower Display Voltage Source Readings ........................................................ Lower Display Thermocouple Source Readings....................... Title International Symbols ............................. 2.... 6...................................................... Lower Display 4-Wire Resistance Readings.................. Lower Display Remote Commands (725).................................... Type J Thermocouple Readings.......................................... 10................................. 19................................................................... 8................................... 4.......................................................................................................... Replacement Parts ......... Lower Display mA Source Readings ....... 3...............................List of Tables Table 1..................... Lower Display mA Readings ................................................................ Lower Display Voltage Readings .................................................................. Lower Display Ohms Source Readings............................ Lower Display mV Source Readings ...................................................................................... 18..... Page 3 14 15 16 17 23 25 26 27 28 29 32 34 35 36 37 37 38 67 iii . Remote Commands for Sensor Selection (725) ................................................................................... Upper Display Voltage Readings.... 12. 15................................................................. 11.... 13......................

724/725/726 Calibration Manual iv .

... 26........................ Thermocouple CJC Calibration Connections................................................................................... 11......... Lower Display mV and Voltage Test Connections.... mA Input Calibration Connections .................... Upper Display mA Test Connections........................................................... Replacement Parts ..................... 9.. 10..................... Ohms Measure Calibration Connections...... Thermocouple mV Output Calibration Connections............................................................... 2................................. 33.... ISO Volts Calibration Connections............... Lower Display mA Source Test ............. 24....... Ohms Hi Source Calibration Connections ............... 18..... mA Output Calibration Connections.............. Thermocouple mV Input Calibration Connections .......................................................................................................... 35..................................................... 28........ Voltage Input Calibration Connections................................ 14.......................... mA Output Calibration Connections................. 12............................................................................................................................................................................ Lower Display Frequency Source Test Connections .. Title Replacing the Batteries and Replaceable Fuses ............................ 17................................... Upper Display Voltage Test Connections ..................................... 25.......................................................... ISO mA Calibration Connections ...... Volts Input Calibration Connections.................... Isolated mA Input Calibration Connections... Thermocouples Calibration Connections ......... 32............................................................................... mV Input Calibration Connections .......................... Lower Display Ohms Source Test Connections................. v Page 13 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 38 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 50 52 53 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 68 ................................................. 23................................. 3..................... 31............................... Low Ohms Source Calibration Connections ......................... 29......... 13............................................................ 21....................... 8..................................................... Isolated Voltage Input Calibration Connections ...................... 34....................................................................... Lower Display Thermocouple Test Connections................................ 6............................... Lower Display 4-Wire Resistance Test Connections........... High Ohms Source Calibration Connections ...........................List of Figures Figure 1.............. 30.................................. Lower Display mA Test Connections .............. 5....................... 15......................................................... 36......................................... Lower Display Frequency Test Connections .... 19.................................................................. 20........... Volts Output Calibration Connections .......................................................................................................... 16.......... mA Input Calibration Connections ........... 22.................. Lower Display 3-Wire Resistance Test Connections............................................................................................................................................. 27.. 4.................. mV Output Calibration Connections.... 7.......... Voltage Output Calibration Connections ......... RTD Low Range Calibration Connections ........................

724/725/726 Calibration Manual vi .

and fuses) Instructions for using the remote control interface Performance test procedures Calibration procedures List of replaceable parts For complete operating instructions. refer to the appropriate Users Manual (located on the CD-ROM shipped with the instrument). Do not perform the verification tests or calibration procedures described in this manual unless you are qualified to do so. No procedure in this document requires the case to be opened. visit us on the World Wide Web at www. This Calibration Manual provides the following information for the Fluke 724 Temperature Calibrator and the Fluke 725 and 726 Multifunction Process Calibrators (also referred to as "the Calibrator" and/or “the UUT”): • • • • • • • • Precautions and safety information Equipment required for performance tests and calibration Specifications Basic maintenance (cleaning. batteries.Introduction XWWarning The information provided in this manual is for the use of qualified personnel only. If you do so.fluke. Caution The Calibrator contains parts that can be damaged by static discharge. Contacting Fluke To locate an authorized service center. follow the standard practices for handling static sensitive devices.com or call Fluke using any of the following numbers: • • • • • • USA: 1-888-44-FLUKE (1-888-443-5853) Canada: 1-800-36-FLUKE (1-800-363-5853) Europe: +31 402-675-200 Japan: +81-3-3434-0181 Singapore: +65-738-5655 Anywhere in the world: +1-425-446-5500 1 .

(Continued on the next page) 2 . or 60 V dc. Make sure the battery door is closed and latched before you operate the Calibrator. Select the proper function and range for each measurement. Connect the common lead (COM) before connecting the live test lead. only use four properly installed AA batteries to power the Calibrator. Disconnect the test leads before changing to another measure or source function. Do not operate the Calibrator around explosive gas. A Caution identifies conditions and actions that may damage the Calibrator or the test instruments. Never touch the probes to a voltage source when the test leads are plugged into the current terminals. Protection may be impaired. Use caution when working above 30 V ac rms. or dust. XWWarnings To avoid possible electric shock or personal injury: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • DO NOT use the Calibrator if it looks damaged. Examine the Calibrator before use. 42 V ac peak. During normal operation. Do not use the Calibrator if it operates abnormally. When in doubt. During calibration. When disconnecting test leads. Remove test leads from the Calibrator before opening the battery door. as marked on the Calibrator. Do not apply more than the rated voltage. use only specified calibration equipment listed in Table 6. Look for cracks in the case. vapor. or damaged insulation around the connectors. Such voltages pose a shock hazard. keep fingers behind the finger guards on the probes. missing plastic. have the instrument serviced.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Read First – Safety Information In this calibration manual. between terminals or between any terminal and earth ground. When using probes. Always place the 5520A calibrator in Standby (STBY) mode between tests and before handling the test connections or cables. disconnect the live test lead first. a Warning identifies conditions and actions that pose hazard(s) to the user. Inspect the test leads for damaged insulation or exposed metal. Check for test lead continuity. Follow all safety procedures for the test and calibration equipment you use. Replace damaged test leads as necessary.

replace the batteries as soon as the low battery indicator (B) appears. which can lead to possible electric shock or personal injury. Important information. or continuity. • Caution To avoid possible damage to the Calibrator or to the test instruments: • Disconnect the power and discharge all high voltage capacitors before testing resistance. • International Symbols International symbols used on the Calibrator and in this manual are explained in Table 1.Calibrators International Symbols XWWarnings (cont) • When servicing the Calibrator. Take appropriate precautions. Table 1. function. International Symbols Symbol Meaning Alternating current Direct current Alternating or direct current Pressure Refer to the manual. To avoid false readings. 3 . Symbol Meaning Earth ground ON/OFF Conforms to European Union directives Battery Conforms to relevant Canadian Standards Association directives Double insulated B F D J O P f W X ~ B ) T Do not dispose of this product as unsorted municipal waste. diodes. and range for each measurement or sourcing application. Contact Fluke or a qualified recycler for disposal. use only specified replacement parts. Hazardous voltage may be present. Use the proper jacks.

000 V 0.02 % + 2 0.000 V Maximum 30. 28 °C to 55 °C: ±0.001 V Accuracy (% of Reading + Counts) 0.010 % + 2 mV 0. 28 °C to 55 °C: ±0.01 mV 0.02 % + 2 Temperature coefficient -10 °C to +18 °C.005 % of range per °C Drive capability: 1000 Ω at 20 mA 4 .000 V 20.010 % + 2 mV 0.000 V 0.02 % + 2 Temperature coefficient -10 °C to +18 °C. Note A “count” is the amount by which the least significant digit can vary. in relative humidity to 90 %.000 V 0.010 % + 2 mV 0.000 V 100.02 % + 2 0.000 mV 90. at operating temperatures of +18 °C to +28 °C (64 °F to 82 °F).02 % + 2 Temperature coefficient -10 °C to +18 °C.01 mV Accuracy (% of Reading + Counts) 0.010 % + 10 µV Maximum current output in voltage ranges is 1 mA with an output impedance of ≤ 1 Ω DC Voltage Source (724 and 725) Range 100 mV 10 V Resolution 0.000 V 20.000 mV Accuracy.005 % of range per °C Maximum load: 1 mA DC mA Measurement and Source (724 and 725) (Measurement only for 724) Range 24 mA Resolution 0.000 V 0.001 V 0.005 % of range per °C DC Voltage Measurement and Source (726) Range 30 V (upper display) 20 V (lower display) 20 V (Source) 100 mV (Source) 90 mV (Read) Minimum 0. (% of Reading + Floor) 0.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Specifications Performance and accuracy are specified for one year after calibration. DC Voltage Measurement (724 and 725) Range 30 V (upper display) 20 V (lower display) 90 mV (lower display) Resolution 0. +28 °C to 55 °C: ±0. after a 5 minute warm up period.001 mA Accuracy ( % of Reading + Counts) 0.010 % + 10 µV 0.02 % + 2 0.001 V 0.

010 % + 2 µA 0.00 400.000 Maximum load on. 3-wire: Assumes matched leads with a total resistance not exceeding 100 Ω.015 % + 0.5 Ω Ohms Source (724 and 725) Ohms Range 15 Ω to 400 Ω 15 Ω to 400 Ω 400 Ω to 1. With the HART resistor on. 4-Wire ±0. mA source is 1 kΩ.8 mA 0.000 0. ** For Firmware V1.2 mA Maximum input voltage: 30 V Temperature coefficient -10 °C to +18 °C. +28 °C to 55 °C: ±0.4 mA Accuracy ±0.5 Ω ±1 Ω Accuracy*. 28 °C to 55 °C: ±0. Ohms Measurement (726) Ohms Range Ohms Read (low) Ohms Read (high) Minimum 0.15 Ω ±1.15 Ω ±0. Voltage input range on simulate mode is 5 to 30 V Ohms Measurement (724 and 725) Ohms Range 0 Ω to 400 Ω** 400 Ω to 1.5 Ω to 3.00 4000.7 or lower.000 24.5 kΩ 1. or 3-Wire ±0.010 % + 2 µA mA Read (Upper Display) mA Read (Lower Display) mA Source 0.5 mA 0.015 % + 0.5 mA to 2 mA 0.2 kΩ Excitation Current from Measurement Device 0.15 mA to 0.05 mA to 0.5 kΩ 1.1 Ω ±0.5 Ω to 3. the lowest range is 15 Ω to 400 Ω.000 24. (% of Reading + Floor) 0.0 Ω ±1.010 % + 2 µA 0. 2-Wire.000 24.2 kΩ 0.05 mA to 0.005 % of resistance range per °C Resolution 15 to 400 Ω 400 to 3.Calibrators Specifications DC mA Measurement and Source (726) Range Minimum Maximum Accuracy.0 Accuracy (% of Reading + Floor) 0.05 Ω 0.5 Ω ±1 Ω Temperature coefficient -10 °C to +18 °C.1 Ω 1Ω 5 . maximum load is 750 Ω.005 % of range per °C * 2-wire: Does not include lead resistance.2 kΩ Accuracy.000 0.5 Ω Excitation Current: 0.1 Ω ±0.0 Maximum 400.

0 15.0 to 1000.0 to 10.05 to 0.1 kHz Accuracy (% of output frequency) ± 0.05 % + 0.05 % ± 0.0 to 1000.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Ohms Source (726) Ohms Range Minimum Maximum Excitation Current from Measurement Device 0. -0.8 mA 0.015 % + 0.0 CPM 1 to 1000 Hz 1.015 % + 0.00 Frequency Source (725) Range 2.00 1000.1 CPM 0.05 % + 1 count) ± (0.015 % + 0.1 Ω 0.01 kHz Accuracy ± (0.0 kHz Resolution 0.0 CPM 1 to 1100 Hz 1.5 Ω Ohms Source (low) 5.0 400.1 CPM 0.4 mA Accuracy (% of Reading + Floor) 0.0 5.0 400.5 mA 0.0 1000.0 kHz Resolution 0.0 1.05 % + 1 count) ± (0.05 to 0.015 % + 0. Frequency response is ≤ 5 mS Frequency Measurement (725) Range 2.05 Ω 0.1 CPM 1 Hz 0.25 % Waveform: 5 V p-p squarewave.1 to 0.05 % ± 0.01 KHz CPM Read Hz Read KHz Read 2.5 to 3 mA 0.5 Ω 0.1 V offset 6 .0 to 10.1 Hz 0.05 % + 0.05 % + 1 count) Sensitivity: 1 V peak-to-peak minimum Waveform: Squarewave Frequency Measurement (726) Range Minimum Maximum Accuracy (% of Reading + Floor) 0.0 1500 4000 Ohms Source (high) 400 1500 Unit is compatible with smart transmitters and PLCs.05 % + 0.0 1.1 Hz 0.

005 % of range per °C *Select this function by pressing T.025 % + 1 count) Maximum input voltage: 30 V Temperature coefficient -10 °C to +18 °C. U: 0.1 °C.9 0.7 2.7 1.5 1.Calibrators Specifications Frequency Source (726) Range CPM Source Hz Source KHz Source 10.8 1.2 0.05 % 0. N.8 1.0 Minimum 1000 1000.2 1.8 0. 0.75 1. Thermocouples (724 and 725) Type J K T E Range (°C) -200 to 0 0 to 1200 -200 to 0 0 to 1370 -200 to 0 0 to 400 -200 to 0 0 to 950 -20 to 0 0 to 500 500 to 1750 -20 to 0 0 to 500 500 to 1750 600 to 800 800 to 1000 1000 to 1800 -200 to 0 0 to 900 -200 to 0 0 to 400 -200 to 0 0 to 1300 Measure and Source Accuracies (°C) 1.00 Maximum Accuracy 0.1 °F B.4 0.7 or lower.25 % Millivolt Measurement and Source (724 and 725) Range* -10 mV to +75 mV Resolution 0. S: 1 °C.0 1.0 10.85 0.50 % 2.5 1.05 % 0. K. T.5 2. 1 °F * For Firmware V1.00 0.1 0. E. 7 . R. The signal is available at the thermocouple miniplug connector.2 0.8 1. 28 °C to 55 °C: ±0. the type N TC has 400 °C as the upper limit.0 0. L.4 2.7 1.00 15.01 mV Accuracy ±(0. Temperature.8 1.5 0.9 R S B L U N* Resolution: J.0 1.

0 600 B 800 1000 C L U N XK BP 0.25 0.4 1.8 0.0 1.2 0.6 0.8 1.2 0.0 -200 0.8 0.0 1000 1372 0.4 2.4 1.4 0.2 0.0 800 0.5 0.2 1.5 0.5 0.7 0.015 % + 10 µV (% of Reading + Floor) Thermocouple in mV source -10 mV to 75 mV Maximum current output in voltage ranges is 1 mA with an output impedance of ≤ 1 Ω CJC error outside of 23 ± 5 °C is 0.6 0.3 Range Thermocouple in mV read -10 mV to 75 mV CJC OFF Accuracy 0.0 -250 -100 -20 0.4 0. Thermocouples (726) Type Minimum -210 J 0.1 2.2 1.0 1767 0.015 % + 10 µV (% of Reading + Floor) 0.0 -200 0.8 1.4 0.3 1.9 2.4 1.0 1300 800 800 2500 Maximum CJC ON Accuracy 0.0 900 0.3 0.6 0.25 0.8 0.3 0.6 0.5 1.0 1000 T E R S -250 0.05 °C / °C 8 .0 400 -100 1000 0.45 0.0 -200 0.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Temperature.2 0.0 800 -200 K 0.1 Accuracy 0.6 0.4 2.3 0.5 0.0 -20 0.7 0.6 2.4 0.45 1.7 0.8 0.5 0.5 0.0 1767 800 1000 1820 1000 2316 0.2 1.0 600 0.4 1.0 1.0 0.4 0.0 1000 -200 0.0 800 1200 0.8 2.

80 mA.2 Measure* 2.Pt500-385: 0.2 0.4 0.3 0.05 to 0.4 0.33 0.200 to 800 -200 to 630 -200 to 630 -200 to 250 250 to 630 -200 to 500 500 to 630 -200 to 100 100 to 630 Resolution: 0.5 0.3 0.1 °C.3 0. Pt100-392.5 Source (°C) 0.4 0. 9 .9 0.3 0.2 0.2 Ni120 Pt100-385 Pt100-392 Pt100-JIS Pt200-385 Pt500-385 Pt1000-385 -80 to 260 .2 0.33 0.3 0.05 to .3 0. Pt100-385.5 0.2 0.05 to 0.6 0. and Accuracies (724 and 725) Accuracy Type Range (°C) Measure 4-wire (°C) 0. Pt100-JIS.and 3-wire (°C) 0. RTD Ranges. 0. Pt200-385: .8 0.5 0.3 1. *2-wire: Does not include lead resistance.80 mA.1 °F Allowable excitation current (source): Ni120.40 mA RTD Source: Addresses pulsed transmitters and PLCs with pulses as short as 5 ms.Calibrators Specifications Temperature.2 0. SN < 7624001 may need modification for pulses less than 15 ms. Pt1000-385: 0.2 0.8 0.3 0.6 0. 3-wire: Assumes matched leads with a total resistance not exceeding 100 Ω.

00 -200.00 300.00 Pt100 (3916) 100.00 -200.35 0.15 0.85 0.00 Pt500 (385) 100. Pt100-385.35 0.00 Pt100 (3926) 100.00 300. Pt100-392.25 0.55 0.00 600.724/725/726 Calibration Manual RTD Accuracy (Read and Source) (ITS-90) (726) Range Ni120 (672) Minimum -80. SN < 7624001 may need modification for pulses less than 15 ms.05 to 0.1 °C.25 Accuracy Notes: Read Accuracy is based on 4-wire input.Pt500-385: 0.1 °F Allowable excitation current (source): Ni120. Pt1000-385: 0.35 1.00 630.05 to . For 3-wire input.15 0.00 -200.00 600.95 0.5 to 3.00 300.45 0.00 -200.00 300.00 250. 10 .15 0.00 100.45 0. add ± 0. 0.25 0.15 0. Source Accuracy is based on 0.75 0.00 300.00 100.00 300.00 630.80 mA.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 800.25 0. Pt200-385: . Pt100-JIS.80 mA.0 mA excitation current (0.05 Ω assuming all three RTD leads are matched.00 300.00 -200.00 Pt100 (385) 300.1 mA for pt1000 range) Resolution: 0.15 0.00 300.40 mA RTD Source: Addresses pulsed transmitters and PLCs with pulses as short as 5 ms.00 300.00 -200.35 0.00 100.00 Pt200 (385) 100.00 300.00 0.00 630.00 630.00 300.00 CU10 -10.00 Pt1000 (385) 100.05 to 0.8 Maximum 260.00 630.00 100.35 0.00 0.

000 100. inH2O@20 °C. cmH2O@4 °C.000 Accuracy 1 Count Frequency 2 CPM to 10 kHz Pressure Units Availability (725) Unit psi inH2O cmH2O bar mbar kPa inHg mmHg kg/cm2 Availability Available on all pressure ranges All ranges through 3000 psi All ranges through 1000 psi 15 psi and above All ranges through 1000 psi Available on all pressure ranges Available on all pressure ranges All ranges through 1000 psi 15 psi and above 11 . bar. Determined by pressure module 5 digits Determined by pressure module Pulse Read and Pulse Source (726) Pulse Source Read 1 Min Max 10. mbar. cmH2O@20 °C. inH2O@4 °C. mmHg. inHg Mode (726 Only) Pushing A for 3 seconds stores present pressure value as an offset and subtracts it from the displayed value.Calibrators Specifications Loop Power Supply Voltage: 24 V Maximum current: 22 mA Short circuit protected Pressure Measurement (725 and 726) Range Resolution Accuracy Units psi. kPa. kg/cm2.

2 No 1010. replace the batteries as soon as the low battery indicator (B) appears. never allow water inside the Calibrator’s case.1:1992 EN50082-1:1992 and EN55022: 1994 Class B Criteria A or B CSA C22.724/725/726 Calibration Manual General Specifications Operating temperature 724 and 725 726 Storage temperature Stability Operating altitude -10 °C to 55 °C -10 °C to 50 °C . CAN/CSA C22.20 °C to 70 °C ± 0. 2 g. never apply solvents to the Calibrator. Replacing the Batteries XWWarning To avoid electric shock. ANSI/ISA S82. 7 oz) Relative Humidity (% RH operating without condensation) Vibration Safety 724 and 725 726 Power requirements Protection Class Size Weight Cleaning the Calibrator XWWarning To avoid electric shock or damage to the Calibrator.005 % of range/°C outside of 23 ± 5 °C 3000 meters above mean sea level 90 % (10 to 30 °C) 75 % (30 to 40 °C) 45 % (40 to 50 °C) 35 % (50 to 55 °C) uncontrolled < 10 °C Random. which can lead to possible electric shock or personal injury.01-1994. To avoid false readings.9 x 1. remove the test leads from the Calibrator before opening the battery door. Do not use aromatic hydrocarbons. or methanol-based fluids when cleaning the Calibrator. 12 . always use four new AA batteries. To avoid damaging the case.86 in) 650 gm (1 lb.2 No 1010. wipe it down with a cloth that is lightly dampened with water or a mild detergent.1:1992 4 AA alkaline batteries Pollution Degree II 96 x 200 x 47 mm (3. chlorinated solvents. When replacing the batteries. Never mix new and used batteries in the Calibrator. If the Calibrator requires cleaning. 5 Hz to 500 Hz EN 61010-1:1993.75 x 7. Close and latch the battery door before using the Calibrator.

3. 13 . aal01f. 4. The self-resetting fuses open when heated by a current overload. Do not allow water into the case. turn the battery door screws 1/4-turn counterclockwise and remove the battery door. and hold the Calibrator face down. or replaceable fuses in sockets. Replacing the Batteries and Replaceable Fuses Fuses XWWarning To avoid electrical shock: • Remove the test leads from the calibrator before opening the battery door. Turn the Calibrator off. When an input’s fuse is open. remove the test leads from the terminals.eps Figure 1. There will either be self-resetting fuses. 2. • • Over time. refer to Figure 1 and do the following: 1. Using a flat-blade screwdriver. Replace the battery door and secure it by turning the screws 1/4-turn clockwise.Calibrators Fuses Four AA alkaline batteries (ANSI/NEDA 15A or IEC LR6) are used to power the Calibrator. Close and latch the battery door before using the calibrator. the input’s functions will not work. Remove the batteries. then install new batteries. the input protection has been modified to increase reliability. and close when they cool down. To replace the batteries. Be sure to follow the polarity markings shown in the battery compartment. Use only the specified replacement fuses listed under “Replaceable Parts”.

Start the terminal communication software on the PC. 4. • • • Problems while measuring with the right jacks indicate that F3 may have opened. Upper Display Remote Commands (725) Remote Command i L E B ( mA measurement mA Loop Power Voltage measurement Single broadcast of the most recent upper display value and units Single broadcast of most recent upper display value without header or units Description 14 . refer to instructions under “Replacing the Batteries”.2 A 250 V socketed fuses. The fuse compartment is located below the battery compartment. Use the commands given in Tables 2 through 4 to remotely control the Calibrator. To activate the 725 remote control interface. To access the fuses. Create a new connection with the following properties: • • • • • • Bits per second: 9600 Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1 Flow control: None Local echo on 3. If you can’t measure or source current with the left jacks.724/725/726 Calibration Manual The time required for a self-resetting fuse to reset depends on the magnitude of the overload. return the Calibrator to an authorized service center for repair. Table 2. The 726 remote control interface is always active. If a self-resetting fuse does not reset. Use needle-nosed pliers to remove them and test them with a multimeter. it needs to be replaced. Hold down the Calibrator’s M button while turning the Calibrator on. Refer to Figure 1. Replace the fuse with the proper replacement fuse and follow the directions for reassembling the Calibrator. 2. A value of < 10 Ω is good. F4 may have opened. Remote Control Interface (725 and 726) The Calibrator’s serial interface and remote control commands let you use a PC to remotely select Calibrator functions and read the Calibrator’s display. proceed as follows: 1. then use the Fluke 700SC serial interface cable to connect the UUT to a serial port on the PC. The fuses can be removed and checked for resistance. Turn off the UUT. The calibrator comes equiped with three 0. Problems while measuring or sourcing with the center jacks or the TC jacks indicate that F2 may have opened. If a replaceable fuse has been damaged. This remote interface is especially useful if you want to write your own calibration software.

. mA measurement mA source mA 2W Sim Voltage measurement Voltage source mV measurement mV source kHz measurement kHz source Hz measurement Hz source CPM measurement CPM source Ohms measurement (default 2W) Select Ohms source 2-wire measurement (Ohms and RTDs) 3-wire measurement (Ohms and RTDs) 4-wire measurement (Ohms and RTDs) Thermocouple measurement (default Type J).9. Thermocouple source (default Type J). Description 15 . Use “S” command to select sensor type. Use “S” command to select a sensor type..2... Use “S” command to select a sensor type Selects Centigrade ( T/C-RTD) Selects Fahrenheit ( T/C-RTD) RTD measurement mode (default Pt100 385)..Calibrators Remote Control Interface (725 and 726) Table 3. <CR> b ) Single Broadcast of most recent lower display value and units Single broadcast of most recent lower display value without header or units. Use “S” command to select a sensor type RTD measurement mode (default Pt100 385).-. Increment display source value Decrement display source value The < arrow key PC keyboard selects left arrow on 725 The > arrow key PC keyboard selects right arrow on 725 Enter a source value using ASCII characters 0.1. Lower Display Remote Commands (725) Remote Command A a I V v M m K k H h P p O o W X Y T t C F R r u d < > 0-9 -.terminated by <CR> (carriage return) The 725 can receive a maximum of 10 characters prior to the carriage return.

Remote Commands for Sensor Selection (725) Selection Entry Serial Input S No.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Table 4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B Thermocouple Type J K T E R S B L U N mV RTD Type Pt100 (3926) Pt100 (385) Pt100 (3916) Pt200 (385) Pt500 (385) Pt1000 (385) Ni120 - 16 .

Calibrators Serial Command List (726) Serial Command List (726) Table 5 lists the serial commands for the 726 Calibrator. FAR. A. COUNT X X UPPER_MEAS 1 argument.{sw_rev}” where sw_revision is the firmware revision Command Arguments Comment Verify model number and firmware revision Answers with the configured function for the upper and lower display Ch 1 Ch 2 X X FUNC? Returns {Upper}.726. TC.{Lower} {Upper} responses (Channel 1) DCI. OHM. RTD. HZ. DCI_ERROR_LOOP {Lower} responses DCI. DCI_ERROR.{lower_ val}. DCI_LOOP.0. Refer to “Remote Control Interface (725 and 726)” for activation steps. DCI_ERROR. A.{upper_units}. DCI_ERROR_LOOP Set upper channel measure mode X 17 . DCI_SIM. DCI_LOOP. Serial Command List-726 Command *IDN? Response/Actions Returns the ID string “FLUKE. CPM. DCMV. DCV. CEL. Table 5. valid settings: DCI. PERCENT lower _units: V. DCV. FREQUENCY. DCV. upper_units: V.{lower _units}. PULSE_TRAIN X X VAL? Returns the measured value with base units for the upper and lower display {upper_val}.

this command will change modes if necessary and set the output value to {value} and {units} in that mode.) Command OUT Response/Actions Command Arguments Arguments: {value} {units} Multipliers: u for micro. HZ. If the {value} and {units} are valid. Verify the output function and units X FREQ_UNIT 1 argument: CPM. KHZ Verify the frequency range X 18 . the V_range command can be used to switch ranges -CEL used for RTD. m for milli. Serial Command List-726 (cont. RTD_TYPE must be set to ohms -CPM used for frequency -HZ used for HZ and KHZ frequency (unit will auto range) -COUNT used for pulse Comment Configures the output source function. HZ or KHZ Set the output frequency range X FREQ_UNIT? Returns CPM.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Table 5. Ch 1 Ch 2 X OUT? Returns the output (source) value with units or none. Units: -V used for mV and Volts. and k for kilo are accepted. TC AND TC mV -FAR used for RTD and TC -A used for mA (see SIM for mA SIM) -OHM used for RTD ohms.

DCV. this command will change modes if necessary and set the output value to {value} in that mode. valid values: 1-20V Verify the pulse frequency Sets the pulse output and frequency output voltage X X FREQ_LEVEL? Returns the pulse output and frequency output voltage 1-20V Verify the frequency voltage level X TRIG Toggles the pulse mode and totalize trigger for read and source. X SIM? V_RANGE Returns the simulate value in Amps with units or none 1 Argument VOLTS or MVOLTS Verify the SIM output Sets the voltage range Verify the voltage range 2 arguments {number}{units}. (units CPM . TC. Verify TRIG state X 19 .Hz . PULSE_TRAIN Comment Configures the measurement function.Khz) Sets the pulse output frequency and range X X V_RANGE? PULSE_FREQ Returns the voltage range VOLTS or MVOLTS X X PULSE_FREQ? FREQ_LEVEL Returns the pulse output frequency with units. m for milli. Valid Modes: DCI. 1 Argument. RTD. Sets the specified measure mode Ch 1 Ch 2 X SIM 1 Argument {value} Multipliers u for micro. FREQUENCY.Calibrators Serial Command List (726) Table 5. TRIGGERED. A is for amps If the value is valid.) Command LOWER_MEAS Response/Actions Command Arguments 1 argument. Serial Command List-726 (cont. Initialize totalized pulse measurement or output X TRIG? Returns the state of the pulse mode trigger. UNTRIGGERED or NONE. and k for kilo are accepted. DCMV.

XK. CUST2. BP. R.) Command TC_TYPE Response/Actions Command Arguments One argument. K. PTJIS_100. C. CU_10. R. MV Comment Set TC type Ch 1 Ch 2 X TC_TYPE? Returns TC type B. X RTD_TYPE must be either CUST1. PT392_100. CUST1. MV Verify TC type X TSENS_TYPE 1 argument TC or RTD Sets the sensor type TC or RTD X TSENS_TYPE? CJC_STATE Returns the sensor type TC or RTD One argument ON or OFF Verify is set for RTD or TC Thermocoupl e cold junction compensation X X CJC_STATE? Returns ON or OFF Verify CJC state X RTD_TYPE 1 argument: NI120. PT385_500. E. OHMS Sets RTD type X RTD_TYPE? Returns RTD type NI120. BP. T. PTJIS_100. CUST3. C. PT385_200. PT385_500. CUST2 or CUST3 X X 2 arguments {number} CEL. CUST1. J. CUST3. J. Serial Command List-726 (cont. PT385_100. CUST2. OHMS Verify the RTD type setting X CPRT_R0 2 arguments {number} OHM. Sets the custom CPRT R0. U. PT385_1000. XK. L.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Table 5. Returns {number} CEL. 2 arguments {number} CEL. CU_10. 20 . K. S. PT392_100. T. E. N. N. PT385_100. valid settings: B. U. PT385_200. PT385_1000. L. X X CPRT_R0? CPRT_MIN_T CPRT_MIN_T? CPRT_MAX_T Returns CPRT R0 with units OHM. S.

1 argument. X X CPRT_COEFC? RTD_WIRE Returns the custom CPRT Coefficient C. Sets RTD read wire. 1 argument. X X RTD_WIRE? Returns RTD read wire. X Command Arguments Comment Ch 1 Ch 2 X CPRT_COEFA? CPRT_COEFB Returns the custom CPRT Coefficient A. Verify RTD 1 alias X X CUST2_ALIAS? CUST3_ALIAS1 Returns screen name for CUST2 RTD. Sets the custom CPRT Coefficient C. Serial Command List-726 (cont. CEL or FAR 1 argument. Verify connection setting X TEMP_UNIT 1 argument. Sets the custom CPRT Coefficient A. Sets the custom CPRT Coefficient B.Calibrators Serial Command List (726) Table 5.) Command CPRT_MAX_T? CPRT_COEFA Response/Actions Returns {number} CEL. CEL FAR: Fahrenheit or FAR TEMP_UNIT? CUST1_ALIAS Returns temperature units. 1 argument. 1 argument. sets screen name for CUST2 RTD. sets screen name for CUST3 RTD. sets screen name for CUST1 RTD. Sets CEL: Celsius X temperature units. 2W. X X CPRT_COEFB? CPRT_COEFC Returns the custom CPRT Coefficient B. 1 argument. X X CUST1_ALIAS? CUST2_ALIAS Returns screen name for CUST1 RTD 1 argument. 3W or 4W. Verify RTD 2 alias X X 21 .

If the recommended equipment model is not available.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Table 5. Turns HART mode on. Using unspecified equipment can give unreliable results and pose safety hazards. ON or OFF Clear the error queue Returns error code FILO NONNUMERIC_ENRTY (100) EBUFFER_OVERFLOW (101) INVALID_UNITS_CODE (102) ENTRY_OVER_RNG (103) ENTRY_UNDER_RNG (104) MISSING_PARM (105) INVALID_UNIT_PARM (106) INVALID_SENSOR_TYPE (108) UNKNOWN_COMMAND (110) BAD_PARM_VALUE (111) INPUT_BUFF_OVERFLOW (112) MSG_BUFF_OVERFLOW (113) OUTPUT_BUFF_OVERFLOW (114) OUTPUT_OVERLOAD (115) X X X X X X X X X X X X CAL_START Initiates a password protected calibration (password = 627) X X Required Equipment Equipment and software required to perform the procedures in this manual are identified in Table 6. use the specified calibration equipment listed in Table 6. 22 . Command Arguments Comment Verify RTD 3 alias Switches in 250 Ch 1 Ch 2 X Ω resistor Turns HART mode off. Serial Command List-726 (cont. other equipment can be substituted if it meets the specifications indicated.) Command CUST3_ALIAS? HART_ON HART_OFF HART? *CLS FAULT ERROR CODES: Response/Actions Returns screen name for CUST3 RTD. Switches out 250 Ω resistor Returns state of hart mode. XWWarning To avoid safety hazards and equipment damage during the calibration procedures.

005 % DC current: 0 mA to 24 mA Accuracy: ±0. Required Equipment and Software Equipment Minimum Specifications DC voltage: 0 V to 30 V Accuracy: ±0.005 % Temperature: Type-J thermocouple 90 day accuracy: ±0. Digital Multimeter DC voltage: 0 V to 24 V Accuracy: ±0. for establishing communication only Two sets of stackable low thermal EMF banana test leads Fluke 8508A Pressure Module (725 and 726) Test Leads Fluke 700PXX Series 2 red leads: Fluke PN 105809 2 black leads: Fluke PN 105806 Fluke Model 80CJ-M male miniplugs (package of two) 20-gauge Type-J thermocouple wire is available through an electronic supply outlet 486 (or later) IBM-compatible Fluke PN 667425 Fluke PN 1556747 Thermocouple Test Lead 2 Type-J male miniplugs with ~12” (30.005 % In working condition.006 % Frequency accuracy: ±0.0013 % DC voltage: 0 mA to 24 mA Accuracy: ±0.0 or later Contact Fluke for the latest version.1 % accuracy Personal computer PC interface cable (725 and 726) Calibration cable Standard Thermometer 23 .1 or later with terminal communication software Fluke 700SC serial interface cable assembly (LEMO to DB-9 female) Fluke 724/725 Calibration Cable 0.01 % MET/CAL® Metrology Software (see MET/CAL Installation and Upgrade Guide for minimum hardware requirements) Fluke Model 5520A Multi-Product Calibrator only−no substitute Recommended Model Multi-Product Calibrator Version 6.5 cm) of 20-gauge Type-J thermocouple wire Windows® 3.2 °C Resistance accuracy: ±0.Calibrators Required Equipment Table 6.

It is not necessary to open the case for the performance tests. Make sure that the UUT is in a stable ambient temperature between 18 °C and 28 °C (64. Make sure the UUT has fresh batteries. 24 . see Table 6. except for connection of the standards to the Calibrator. always set the calibration source (5520A) to Standby (STBY) mode between tests and before handling the test connections or test cables. The specifications assume the Calibrator has been warmed up for five minutes before use. Contact Fluke for information on Metrology Software. source the designated values. or they can be computer-automated (using Fluke Metrology Software). and determine if the reading on the Calibrator or the multimeter falls within the acceptable range indicated. send it to an authorized Fluke Service Center for repair. These performance tests assume that the person performing them knows how to use the Calibrator and the required equipment.4 °F and 82. Note If the Calibrator fails any performance test. Performance tests confirm the complete operability of the Calibrator and check the accuracy of each function against the Calibrator’s specifications. The Metrology Software automates all of the performance verification tasks. Make sure that you have the required equipment available. 4.4 °F) and that it has been warmed up for five minutes. “UUT” (unit under test) refers to the Calibrator. Throughout the performance tests. 2. 3. it needs calibration adjustments. make the connections appropriate for your instrument. The Calibrator’s performance and accuracy are specified for one year after calibration at operating temperatures of +18 °C to +28 °C (64 °F to 82 °F). Preparing for the Performance Tests Notes Performance tests for the Calibrator can be performed manually. no mechanical adjustments are necessary. Remove all test leads from the front of the UUT. Warm up the multimeter as required by its specifications.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Performance Tests XXWarning Some of the performance tests involve the use of high voltages and should be performed by qualified personnel only. 5. To prepare the UUT for the performance tests. This document provides the procedures necessary for manual performance tests. Merely make the required connections. all connection diagrams for the verification tests in this manual showing a calibrator or digital multimeter use a Fluke 5520A Calibrator or Fluke 8508A DMM. Unless otherwise indicated. the word “multimeter” is reserved for the digital multimeter identified in the required equipment listed in Table 6. If you are using a different DMM. See “Replacing the Batteries” earlier in this manual. To avoid electric shock. Do not attempt to perform these tests unless you are qualified to do so. do the following: 1. in relative humidity to 90 %. If the Calibrator continues to fail after calibration adjustments.

005 V 29.996 V to 15.002 V 14. Upper Display Voltage Test Connections Table 7.002 V to +0. Upper Display Voltage Readings 5520A Outputs 0. 2.004 V 29. Make the connections shown in Figure 2. Press RESET on the 5520A.005 V 25 .Calibrators Performance Tests Upper Display Voltage Measurement Tests 1.002 V 14.eps Figure 2.000 V 724/725 UUT Readings -0.000 V 30.000 V 15. 5.992 V to 30. aal03f. 4. Set up the 5520A to output each of the voltages in Table 7 and verify that the UUT readings are within the limits shown. Press STBY on the 5520A. 3.995 V to 15. Press l on the UUT until V appears on the upper display.002 V to +0.008 V 726 UUT Readings -0.995 V to 30.

00 mV 45. Press RESET on the 5520A. Make the connections shown in Figure 3.02 mV 44. 3.eps Figure 3.96 mV to 89.019 mV 26 . 2.04 mV 726 UUT Readings -0.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Lower Display mV/TC Measurement Tests 1. Press STBY on the 5520A. 4. 5. Lower Display mV and Voltage Test Connections Table 8.00 mV 724/725 UUT Readings -0. aal04f. Lower Display mV Readings 5520A Outputs 0.97 mV to 45.010 mV 44.03 mV 88.981 mV to 89.0100 mV to +0.986 mV to 45.02 mV to +0. Press V on the UUT until MEASURE and mV appear on the lower display.00 mV 90.014 mV 88. Set up the 5520A to output each of the voltages in Table 8 and verify that the UUT readings are within the limits shown.

003 V 19. Lower Display Voltage Readings 5520A Outputs 0.996 V to 10. Press STBY on the 5520A. Press RESET on the 5520A.002 V 9.Calibrators Performance Tests Lower Display Voltage Measurement Tests 1.997 V to 10.000 V 10.002 V 9.996 V to 20. Set up the 5520A to output each of the voltages in Table 9 and verify that the UUT readings are within the limits shown. Make the connections shown in Figure 3.006 V 726 UTT Readings -0.004 V 27 . 3. 2.000 V 724/725 UTT Readings -0.000 V 20.002 V to +0.004 V 19. 4. Press V on the UUT until MEASURE and V appear on the lower display.994 V to 20. Table 9.002 V to +0. 5.

Upper Display mA Readings 5520A Settings 4. aal05f.997 mA to 4. Press STBY on the 5520A.997 mA to 12. Make the connections shown in Figure 4. Upper Display mA Test Connections Table 10. Press l on the UUT until MEASURE and mA appear on the upper display. 3.eps Figure 4. Set up the 5520A to output each of the voltages in Table 10 and verify that the UUT readings are within the limits shown.003 mA 11.003 mA 23.000 mA 12.995 mA to 24. 2.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Upper Display mA Measurement Tests 1. Press RESET on the 5520A. 5.005 mA 23. 4.003 mA 11.007 mA 726 UUT Readings 3.005 mA 28 .000 mA 24.000 mA 724/725 UUT Readings 3.995 mA to 12.993 mA to 24.997 mA to 4.

Calibrators Performance Tests

Lower Display mA Measurement Tests (725 and 726) 1. Press RESET on the 5520A. 2. Press l on the UUT until MEASURE and mA appear on the lower display. 3. Make the connections shown in Figure 5. 4. Set up the 5520A to output each of the voltages shown in Table 11 and verify that the UUT readings are within the limits shown. 5. Press STBY on the 5520A.

aal06f.eps

Figure 5. Lower Display mA Test Connections Table 11. Lower Display mA Readings 5520A Outputs 4.000 mA 12.000 mA 24.000 mA 724/725 UUT Readings 3.997 mA to 4.003 mA 11.995 mA to 12.005 mA 23.993 mA to 24.007 mA 726 UUT Readings 3.997 mA to 4.003 mA 11.997 mA to 12.003 mA 23.995 mA to 24.005 mA

29

724/725/726
Calibration Manual

Lower Display Frequency Measurement Test (725 and 726) 1. Set the 5520A to source a 10 kHz, 1 V peak-to-peak square wave (use the blue softkey under the wave type to change the wave shape). 2. Press F on the UUT (Kfor 726) until MEASURE and kHz appear on the lower display. 3. Make the connections shown in Figure 6. 4. Verify that the UUT frequency reads between 9.98 kHz and 10.02 kHz. 5. Press STBY on the 5520A.

aal04f.eps

Figure 6. Lower Display Frequency Test Connections

30

Calibrators Performance Tests

Lower Display Frequency Source Test (725 and 726) 1. Press M on the UUT until SOURCE appears on the lower display. 2. Press F on the UUT (Kfor 726) until Hz appears on the lower display. 3. Configure the Fluke 8508A to measure frequency; then make the connections shown in Figure 7. 4. Use the arrow keys on the UUT to set the UUT output 10 kHz at 5 V and verify that the Fluke 8508A readings are within the limits 9.975 Hz to 10.025 kHz. 5. Press M on the UUT to disable the sourcing function.

aal08f.eps

Figure 7. Lower Display Frequency Source Test Connections

31

00 Ω 500.90 Ω to 350. Press STBY on the 5520A.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Lower Display 4-Wire Resistance Measurement Tests 1.06 Ω 359.90 Ω to 15.5 Ω to 500.0 Ω 3200.0 Ω 726 UUT Readings 14. If necessary.0 Ω 3800. 2.5 Ω to 1500.375 Ω to 500.8 Ω 3798. aal09f.0 Ω 724/725 UUT Readings 14. and use X )to get to the 4W mode. Lower Display 4-Wire Resistance Readings 5520A Outputs 15.5 Ω 3199.90 Ω to 350. 4. Set the 5520A to source the resistance values in Table 12 and verify that the UUT resistance readings are within the limits shown.5 Ω 1499.00 Ω 350. Lower Display 4-Wire Resistance Test Connections Table 12.0 Ω to 3201.1 Ω 32 . then make the connections shown in Figure 8.625 Ω 1499. 3. Set the 5520A to 2-wire output with 2-wire compensation off.2 Ω to 1500. (MEASURE should also appear on the lower display).10 Ω 499.10 Ω 499.94 Ω to 15. use M to get to the measure mode.9 Ω to 3801.00 Ω 1500.10 Ω 349. Press F on the UUT (Ron 726) until Ω appears on the lower display.eps Figure 8.

) 2. use M to select the measure mode. and use X (R on the 726) to get to the 3W mode.2 Ω. then make the connections shown in Figure 9. Press STBY on the 5520A. If necessary. (MEASURE should also appear on the lower display. aal10f. Lower Display 3-Wire Resistance Test Connections 33 . 4.eps Figure 9.80 to 350. Press F on the UUT (R on the 726) until Ω appears on the lower display. Set the 5520A to 2-wire output with 2-wire compensation off. Set the 5520A to source 350 Ω and verify that the UUT resistance readings are within the 349. 3.Calibrators Performance Tests Lower Display 3-Wire RTD Measurement 1.

2.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Lower Display Thermocouple Measurement Tests 1.0 °C (0. then connect a Type-J thermocouple lead between the TC jack on the UUT and the TC jack on the 5520A.7 °C 726 UUT Readings (CJC On) -0. Lower Display Thermocouple Test Connections Table 13. Press STBY on the 5520A. as shown in Figure 10. 4. aal11f. If necessary.4 °C to +0.000 mV) 724/725 UUT Readings -0. Remove the test leads from the UUT terminals.7 °C to +0. press D (use the configuration menu on the 726) so the temperature is displayed in °C. Press T on the UUT until J appears on the lower display.eps Figure 10. 3. Type-J Thermocouple Readings 5520A Settings (referenced to 0 °C) 0.4 °C 34 . Set the 5520A to output the Type-J thermocouple voltages shown in Table 13 and verify the UUT temperature readings are within the limits shown (values use the ITS90 curves).

0 °C 35 .4 °C to +0.Calibrators Performance Tests Lower Display Thermocouple Source Test 1. Press STBY on the 5520A.4 °C UUT Settings 0. If necessary.7 °C to +0. Use the arrow keys to set the UUT outputs to the temperatures in Table 14 and verify that the 5520A temperature readings are within the limits shown. press T on the UUT until J appears on the lower display and press D (use the configuration menu on the 726) so the temperature is displayed in °C. Table 14.7 °C 726 Readings (referenced to 0 °C) -0. 4. Set the 5520A to measure Type-J thermocouple voltages. Press M on the UUT until SOURCE appears on the lower display. 3. Remove the TC lead from the 5520A and the UUT. 2. Lower Display Thermocouple Source Readings 724/725 5520A Readings -0.

then press V until mA appears on the lower display.000 mA 12. 3. 4.0044 mA 36 .0068 mA 726 Fluke 8508A Readings 3.9968 mA to 12. aal12f.9976 mA to 4.0032 mA 23.9956 mA to 24.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Lower Display mA Source Tests (725 and 726) 1. If necessary.000 mA 724/725 Fluke 8508A Readings 3.0028 mA 11. 2. Press M on the UUT until SOURCE appears on the lower display.9956 mA to 12. Connect the UUT and the Fluke 8508A as shown in Figure 11.0024 mA 11. Lower Display mA Source Readings UUT Outputs 4. Set the Fluke 8508A to measure dc current. press M until SOURCE appears on the lower display.9932 mA to 24.eps Figure 11. Use the arrow keys on the UUT to set the UUT to the currents in Table 15 and verify that the Fluke 8508A readings are within the limits shown. Lower Display mA Source Connections Table 15.0044 mA 23.000 mA 24.9972 mA to 4.

4. 3. 2.986 mV to 45. Press M on the UUT until SOURCE appears on the lower display.9970 V to 5. 4.020 mV 44. Lower Display Voltage Source Readings UUT Outputs 0.000 V 10.000 V 724/725 Fluke 8508A Readings -0.0040 V 726 Fluke 8508A Readings -0.00 mV 724/725 Fluke 8508A Readings -0.002 V 9.9961 V to 19.960 mV to 100. Table 16. 2. 5. Table 17.020 mV Lower Display Voltage Source Tests 1.Calibrators Performance Tests Lower Display mV Source Tests 1.040 mV 726 Fluke 8508A Readings -0.970 mV to 45.980 mV to 100.0030 V 9.002 V to +0.010 mV 44.0039 V 37 . 3.997 V to 10. Set the Fluke 8508A to measure dc voltage in the 20 V range.00 mV 100.014 mV 99.003 V 18. Connect the UUT to the Fluke 8508A as shown in Figure 7. then press V until V appears on the lower display. Lower Display mV Source Readings UUT Outputs 0.000 V 5. Connect the UUT to the Fluke 8508A as shown in Figure 7.9960 V to 10.00 mV 45.002 V 4. You can use a lower voltage range on the Fluke 8508A to verify the 0 V range. Use the arrow keys on the UUT to set the UUT outputs to the currents in Table 17 and verify that the Fluke 8508A readings are within the limits shown. Set the Fluke 8508A to measure dc voltage in the 200 mV range.020 mV to +0.010 mV to +0.002 V to +0. Use the arrow keys on the UUT to set the UUT output to the current values in Table 16 and verify that the Fluke 8508A readings are within the limits shown. then press V until mV appears on the lower display. Press M on the UUT until SOURCE appears on the lower display.000 V 19.030 mV 99. Press Mon the UUT to disable the sourcing function.

Press F ( R on the 726) on the UUT until Ω appears on the lower display.1 Ω 359.5 Ω 3199. Use the arrow keys on the UUT to set the UUT output to the resistance values in Table 18 and verify that the Fluke 8508A readings are within the limits shown. Lower Display Ohms Source Test Connections Table 18. aal13f. Set the Fluke 8508A to measure 4-wire resistance.05225 Ω 359. to 20 kΩ range for 400 Ω or more. 2.9 Ω to 15. If necessary. Make the connections shown in Figure 12. 38 .625 Ω 1499.5 Ω to 500.0 Ω 726 Fluke 8508A Readings 14. 4.01 Ω Range 2 kΩ 2 kΩ 20 kΩ 20 kΩ 20 kΩ 20 kΩ The performance tests for the 724 are now complete.eps Figure 12.725 Ω 3798. 5.0 Ω to 3201.0 Ω 500 Ω 1500 Ω 3200 Ω 3800 Ω 724/725 Fluke 8508A Readings 14. Set the Fluke 8508A to 2 k range for 72x resistance < 400 Ω. press M until SOURCE appears on the lower display.1 Ω 499.375 Ω to 500.5 Ω 1499. Lower Display Ohms Source Readings UUT Settings 15.94775 Ω to 15.5 Ω to 1500.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Lower Display Ohms Source Tests 1.93 Ω to 3807.275 Ω to 1500. 3.0 Ω 360. Disconnect and secure all test equipment.9 Ω to 360.896 Ω to 360.104 Ω 499.

This manual only describes the serial-based PC program. 2. The automated Met/Cal procedures are available from the Fluke Metrology Group. Setup Setup the PC and UUT as follows: 1.com. you may use the 700SC Serial Interface Cable. Throughout these procedures. Disconnect the pressure module from the UUT. Connect the 9-pin 'D' connector to the PC serial port. Connect the interface cable to the appropriate connector on the UUT. Connect a Fluke 700 Series Pressure Module to the 5-pin LEMO connector at the top of the UUT. The 724/725 Calibration Cable. and can be used with the 725 and 726. For more information on the automated Met/Cal procedures contact Fluke or visit the Fluke Web site at www. the Calibrators are referred to as “UUT” (Unit Under Test). Verify that the display first shows -----psi. Disconnect and secure all test equipment. The Calibrators should be calibrated at the required interval (defined by the factory as 1 year). 2. If temperature conditions were previously below 10 ºC or higher then 40 ºC. PN 667425. This connects to the 10-pin header in the battery compartment. they only need 5 minutes to warm up. This will permit communication through the pressure port connection. The performance tests for the 725 and 726 are now complete. Remove the jumper beside the ten-pin connector when using the 724/725 Calibration Cable on a 725. Verify the settings on the PC are as follows: • • • • • • Bits per second: 9600 Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1 Flow control: None Local echo on 39 . Two methods of calibration are available for the UUT: using a serial-based program via a PC (see Table 6 for requirements). As long as the calibrators have been within at a stable temperature within the range of 18 ºC to 28 ºC for an hour or more.. 4. then press U. Calibration Adjustment The Calibrators have electronic calibration. Replace the jumper after calibration is complete. then the Calibrator must be allowed to stabilize for a minimum of 3 hours prior to calibration. PN 1556747 is required for the 724. An adapter may be needed for PCs that use 25-pin 'D' serial connectors. There are no mechanical adjustments and the calibration is done case closed. then changes to a pressure value. Ensure that the terminal communications software is installed on the PC (such as Hyper Terminal or PcPlus). 3. 3.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Pressure Module Input (725/726) 1.fluke. For the 725 and 726 serial port connection. The calibration is done via serial communications port. by sending and receiving commands and readings. and using a Met/Cal calibration procedure.

Initiating Communication (724 and 725) Starting with the UUT off.Cal mV Output 7 .724/725/726 Calibration Manual To begin calibration. etc. press the space bar to start the adjustment. Type in the numerical value of the calibration desired.Cal ISO mA 40 . be sure to enter the value in the units listed.Cal Volts Output 3 .Cal Volts Output 3 . At the end of each step on the calibration menu. then prompt for a second input value. When calibrating a source function. Continue to hold Q until "Cal mode" is displayed. When calibrating a measurement function.). unit to unit.Cal Thermocouples 8 . mA. Usually.Cal RTD LOW Range B . The calibration values will vary slightly. When entering the calibration data for any source mode calibration.Cal Ohms Hi Source 9 .Cal RTD LOW Range 9 .Cal mV Input 6 .Cal ISO Volts D .Cal ISO mA Enter Selection : Enter Selection : 724 Calibration Menu Calibrate Menu 1 .Cal RTD HI Range A .Cal Ohms Hi Source 7 .91 or higher. The password for all 724 Calibrators is 427.Cal Ohms Low Source 8 . then press the space bar or Enter key depending on the Calibrator. Apply the new input value. as seen on the PC screen. A password has been added to prevent users from accidentally changing the calibration of the Calibrator.Cal Ohms Low Source A . “Enter Password:" appears on the display of all Calibrators that have firmware version V1.Cal RTD HI Range C . You must first calibrate mV Input and mV Output before calibrating thermocouples for the 724. the UUT will display a calibration constant. The password for all 725 Calibrators is 527. After the adjustment is complete. This will put the UUT into the desired calibration mode.Cal mA Input 4 .Cal Volts Input 2 .Cal Volts Input 2 . press the proper key to return to the Calibration Menu. but not actually used until power is recycled. but they should be approximately the same. For the 726. then press Enter on the PC keyboard. press the proper key to return to Calibration Menu. 725. The constants used in this procedure may not appear exactly the same as on your UUT. For the 724 and 725. or to select a particular calibration step. It is not necessary to run all of the calibration steps when in the calibration mode. and 726.Cal Thermocouples 6 . certain dependencies exist in that certain functions must be calibrated before others can be calibrated. you must enter an input signal. press the Enter key.Cal mV Input 4 . After the adjustment is complete.Cal mV Output 5 .Cal mA Output 5 .Cal ISO Volts B . for the 726. These dependencies are related to calibration only. you must enter the value of a reading. However. the new calibration constants for that step are saved. are as follows: 725 Calibration Menu Calibrate Menu 1 . but don't enter the units (mV. The calibration menus. push and hold Q while turning the UUT on. type the cal step (letter or number). when the signal is connected and stable.

the following calibration constants and prompt are displayed on the PC: diff = (Counts . the following calibration constant and prompt are displayed on the PC: Offset = -40 . The PC displays: Enter 0 Volts .press space bar to continue Enter 10.00 Volts Set the Fluke 5520A to output 10.000003 .Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Calibration Adjustment Procedures (724 and 725) The following sections detail the calibration procedures for the 724 and 725.press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu.press “ the proper key” to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 0. 41 . Volts Input Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu. After a short while.0000 V. and press the space bar. type the cal step for Cal Volts Input. After a short while. Cal Volts Input Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 13. aal04f.0000 V. then press the space bar.Offset) 3032676 = 3032636 -40 Volts per count = 0.eps Figure 13.

42 . Enter the Volts displayed : Set the Fluke 8508A to read V DC. and press Enter.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Cal Volts Output Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 14. aal08f. then press Enter.eps Figure 14. type the number or letter for Cal Volts Output. enter the value in volts on the PC. Enter the Volts displayed : Enter the voltage reading (four places past the decimal) from the Fluke 8508A on the PC.00 .press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu. Volts Output Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu. When the reading on the 8508A has stabilized. The PC displays: Zero into DAC. You only need to enter four places past the decimal point and do not need to enter the units (V). the PC displays: Max value into DAC. After a short while the PC displays the following calibration constants and new prompt: 0. After a short while.000170 = 11.000000 )/ 65279.071999 0.

000003 press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu.000 mA. then press the space bar on the PC. aal06f. type the cal step for Cal mA Input. The PC displays: Enter 0 ma .eps Figure 15. let the reading settle a few seconds. After a short while. then press the space bar on the PC.000 mA. After a short while. mA Input Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu.00 ma Set the Fluke 5520A to output 24. 43 . the PC displays the following calibration constant and new prompt: Offset = -337 . let the reading settle a few seconds.press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 0.Offset) 8106924 = 8106587 -337 mA per count = 0.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Cal mA Input (Fluke 725 Only) Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 15.press space bar to continue Enter 24. the UUT displays the following calibration constants and new prompt: diff = (Counts .

735999 -1. When the reading on the Fluke 8508A has stabilized. enter the value in milliamps on the PC. 44 . then press Enter.00 mA per count = .eps Figure 16. aal12f.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Cal mA Output (725 Only) Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 16.628906 0. enter the cal step for Cal mA Output.076400 )/ 65279. The PC displays: Zero into DAC. Wait for the following prompt on the PC: Max value into DAC.628906 = ( 24. the following calibration constants and new prompt are displayed on the PC: -1.press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu. Enter mA value displayed : Enter the current reading from the Fluke 8508A in the PC. Enter mA displayed : Set the Fluke 8508A to read DC current. You only need to enter four places past the decimal point and do not need to enter the units (mA). mA Output Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu. then press Enter. After a short while.

let the output settle then press the space bar on the PC.000012 -press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu. After a short while. 45 . type the number or letter for Cal mV Input. then press the space bar on the PC. mV Input Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu.Offset) 7513104 = 7512390 -714 mV per count = 0. The PC displays: Enter 0 mV . let the output settle.000 mV.press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 0.000 mV.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Cal mV Input Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 17. aal04. After a short while.press space bar to continue Enter 90. the PC displays the following calibration constants and new prompt: diff = (Counts .00 mV Set the Fluke 5520A to output 90. the PC displays the following calibration constant and new prompt: Offset = -714 .eps Figure 17.

Enter mV value displayed : Enter the mV reading from the Fluke 8508A on the PC. The PC displays: Zero into DAC.450000 )/ 65279. When the reading on the Fluke 8508A has stabilized. press Enter. then press the space bar. 46 .00 mV per count = 6537.0864 Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu.874998 -12. enter the value in millivolts on the PC.press space bar to continue = 111.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Cal mV Output Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 18. the PC displays the following calibration constants and new prompt: 6537. enter the cal step for Cal mV Output.086487 87 . You only need to enter four places past the decimal point and do not need to enter the units (mV). mV Output Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu. the PC displays: Max value into DAC. aal08f.eps Figure 18. Enter mV displayed : Set the Fluke 8508A to read V DC. After a short while. After a short while. then press Enter.

The PC displays: Connect accurate T/C source : TYPE-J thermocouple Simulate 0.0 degrees C . the PC displays the following calibration constant and new prompt: CJC Temp Read = 27.eps Figure 19.press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 0.press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu.00 degrees C for a type-J thermocouple using the ITS-90 standard. Thermocouples Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu.260579 CJC = 0.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Cal Thermocouples Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 19. enter the cal step for Cal Thermocouples. (cjc .type_j) = 2. 47 . aal11f.139814.736758 . After a short while.359071 Type 2 1. then press the space bar on the PC.400393 CJC mV = mV Read = -1.

enter the value in Ohms on the PC. 48 .00 Ohms per count = 0.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Cal Ohms Hi Source Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 20. then press Enter. Enter Ohms value displayed : Enter the resistance reading from the Fluke 8508A in the PC.365000 )/ 65279.press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu. the PC displays the following calibration constants and new prompt: 0.eps Figure 20. Enter Ohms displayed : Set the Fluke 8508A to read 4-terminal Ohms. The PC displays: 2500 into DAC. After a short while.050685 = 3309. After a short while. then press Enter.000015 0. aal13f. Ohms Hi Source Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu. the PC displays: Max value into DAC. enter the cal step for Cal Ohms Hi Source.050685 . When the reading on the Fluke 8508A has stabilized.

459980 Pressing the space bar will return to the Calibration menu. Enter Ohms value displayed : Enter the resistance reading from the Fluke 8508A in the PC. After a short while. After a short while. it is shown in Figure 20. enter the cal step for Cal Ohms Low Source. Enter Ohms displayed : Set the Fluke 8508A to read 4 terminal Ohms.press space bar to continue y intercept = 451. then press Enter. the PC displays the following calibration constants and new prompt: Gain = = 0. From the Calibration Menu. 49 .Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Cal Ohms Low Source The UUT connection is the same as cal Ohms Hi Source. The PC displays: 2500 into DAC.670000 )/ 65279.00 . the PC displays: Max value into DAC.006910 -57 17. When the reading on the Fluke 8508A has stabilized. then press Enter. enter the value in Ohms on the PC.

then press the space bar on the PC. the PC displays: Apply 350 ohms to 4 wire jacks press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 350. After a short while.00 Ohms.00 Ohms then press the space bar on the PC.eps Figure 21. 50 . RTD Low Range Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu. After a short while.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Cal RTD Low Range Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 21. The PC displays: Apply 15 ohms to 4 wire jacks press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 15. aal09f. 2-wire output with 2-wire comp off. enter the cal step for Cal RTD Low Range. the Calibrator will return to the Calibration Menu.

enter the cal step for Cal RTD Hi Range. then press the space bar on the PC. it is shown in Figure 21.0 Ohms.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Cal RTD Hi Range The UUT connection is the same as Cal RTD Low Range. After a short while. The PC displays: Apply 500 ohms to 4 wire jacks press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 500. From the Calibration Menu. 51 . 2-wire output with 2-wire comp off. After a short while. the Calibrator will return to the Calibration Menu. the PC displays: Apply 3200 ohms to 4 wire jacks press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 3200. then press the space bar on the PC.0 Ohms.

press space bar to continue Enter 30.press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu. 52 .000977 Volts per count = .00 Volts Set the Fluke 5520A to output 30. ISO Volts Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu. then press the space bar on the PC. then press the space bar on the PC. enter the cal step for Cal ISO Volts. After a short while the PC displays the following a calibration constant and new prompt: Offset = -324 . The PC displays: Enter 0 Volts .Offset) 30700 = 30376 -324 0.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Cal ISO Volts Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 22. After a short while.press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 0. the PC displays the following calibration constants and prompt: diff = (Counts .0000 V.eps Figure 22.0000 V. aal03f.

Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Cal ISO mA Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 23. aal05f.press space bar to continue Press the space bar to return to the Calibration Menu.000747 .eps Figure 23. the PC displays the following calibration constants: diff = (Counts . After a short while.press space bar to continue Set the Fluke 5520A to output 0. the PC displays the following calibration constants and prompt: Offset = -323 . enter the cal step for Cal ISO mA.Offset) 32133 = 31810 -323 mA per count = 0. then back on. to return to normal operation.00 ma Set the Fluke 5520A to output 24. After a short while. 53 . ISO mA Calibration Connections From the Calibration Menu.press space bar to continue Enter 24.0000 mA.0000 mA then press the space bar on the PC. Turn the UUT off. The PC displays: Enter 0 ma . Adjustment is completed.

726 Calibration Menu Calibration Menu 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11: 12: 13: ISO mA Input ISO Volts Input mA Input mA Output Volts Input Volts Output Low Ohms Source High Ohms Source Ohms Measure TC mV Output TC mV Input TC CJC Exit Enter Selection: 54 . When calibrating the 726.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Calibration Adjustment Procedures (726) Note This procedure does not cover the verification of the unit. subject to the dependencies listed in the procedure. Enter the required password “627”. The Calibrator should never use up more than 50 % of its specifications immediately after calibration. use the terminal to send the CAL_START command. you can also exit and enter calibration mode while performing the verification. Initiating Communication To initiate calibration-mode communication. The calibration menu (below) is then displayed on the terminal.

Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: Input 0 mA. Press Enter When Stable Use the 5520A to input 0 mA and then 24 mA. 55 . aal05f. Press Enter When Stable Input 24 mA.eps Figure 24.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Calibrating Isolated mA Input Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 24. Isolated mA Input Calibration Connections After the proper connections have been made. type “1” (the first calibration step) then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard.

eps Figure 25. type “2” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: Input 0 Volts. aal03f. 56 .724/725/726 Calibration Manual Calibrating Isolated Voltage Input Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 25. Isolated Voltage Input Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. Press Enter When Stable Use the 5520A to input 0 V and then 30 V. Press Enter When Stable Input 30 Volts.

mA Input Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. type “3” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Calibrating mA Input Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 26. 57 . aal06f. Press Enter When Stable Use the 5520A to input 0 mA and then 24 mA. Press Enter When Stable Input 24 mA.eps Figure 26. Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: Input 0 mA.

Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: First Calibration Point. mA Output Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. 58 . Enter mA displayed: Second Calibration Point. Enter mA displayed: Use the 8508A to measure the two calibration points.eps Figure 27. Enter each of the two calibration points as prompted. aal12f. type “4” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Calibrating mA Output Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 27.

type “5” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. Press Enter When Stable Use the 5520A to input 0 V and then 20 V. Press Enter When Stable Input 20 Volts. Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: Input 0 Volts. aal04.eps Figure 28.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Calibrating Voltage Input Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 28. 59 . Voltage Input Calibration Connections After making the proper connections.

60 . Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: First Calibration Point. Enter Volts displayed: Use the 8508A to measure the two calibration points. type “6” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. aal08f. Voltage Output Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. Enter Volts displayed: Second Calibration Point. Enter each of the two calibration points as prompted.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Calibrating Voltage Output Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 29.eps Figure 29.

Enter Ohms displayed: The 8508A should be locked in the 2 kΩ range (1.0 mA excitation). aal13f. 4-wire. Enter Ohms displayed: Second Calibration Point. 4-wire. LOI On 360 Ohms: Use 8508A 2 kΩ range. Note For best accuracy at: 15 Ohms: Use 8508A 200 Ω range.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Calibrating Low Ohms Source Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 30. Low Ohms Source Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. type “7” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard.eps Figure 30. Enter each of the two calibration points as prompted. LOI Off 61 . Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: First Calibration Point.

4-wire. Enter each of the two calibration points as prompted.1 mA excitation). High Ohms Source Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. LOI On 3200 Ohms: Use 8508A 20 kΩ range. Enter Ohms displayed The 8508A should be locked in the 20 kΩ range (0. Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: First Calibration Point. type “8” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. Note For best accuracy set to: 1500 Ohms: Use 8508A 2 kΩ range.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Calibrating High Ohms Source Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 31. 4-wire. LOI Off 62 .eps Figure 31. Enter Ohms displayed: Second Calibration Point. aal13f.

type “9” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. Press Enter When Stable Use the 5520A to input 15 Ω. 400 Ω.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Calibrating Ohms Measure Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 32. Press Enter When Stable Input 4000 Ohms. Ohms Measure Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. and finally 4000 Ω.eps Figure 32. The Enter key must be applied prior to advancing between steps. Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: Input 15 Ohms. Press Enter When Stable Input 400 Ohms. 63 . aal09f.

type “10” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. aal08f.eps Figure 33. Enter each of the two calibration points as prompted.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Calibrating Thermocouple mV Output Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 33. Enter mV displayed: Use the 8508A to measure the two calibration points. Enter mV displayed: Second Calibration Point. Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: First Calibration Point. Thermocouple mV Output Calibration Connections After making the proper connections. 64 .

Thermocouple mV Input Calibration Connections After making the proper connections.Calibrators Calibration Adjustment Calibrating Thermocouple mV Input Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 34. 65 . type “11” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. Press Enter When Stable Use the 5520A to input –10 mV and then 90 mV. Input directions are displayed at the bottom of the calibration menu: Enter Selection: Input –10mV. aal11f. Press Enter When Stable Input 90mV.eps Figure 34.

see Figure 36. For the lag bath setup. Use a lag bath to source a stable temperature the 726. it is important that the thermocouple junction be allowed to completely stabilize. 66 .724/725/726 Calibration Manual Calibrating Thermocouple CJC: Connect the UUT as shown in Figure 35. Enter the value of the temperature and the main calibration menu will reappear. type “12” then press the Enter key on the PC keyboard. The temperature scale used is ITS-90. After the proper connections have been made. aal11f.eps Figure 35. Usually this takes a minimum of five minutes. Thermocouple CJC Calibration Connections The calibration of the TC CJC (Cold Junction Compensation) is a critical part of the calibration process.

red AC70A alligator clip. red Test lead. 664232 2491880 1548383 664273 2491914 802063 1549921 691391 658390 494641 690336 690963 1548126 690955 2461532 664235 376756 832246 664250 658424 659026 948609 855742 688051 688066 738047 738120 1548329 690948 2530988 Quantity 1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T 1 2 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 67 . Replacement Parts Item Description 724-725 Case top 726 Case top 724 LCD mask 725 LCD mask 726 LCD mask Elastomeric strips 724 Input/output bracket 725 .726 Input/output bracket LCD bracket Mounting screws Backlight 724 . black 724 Case top decal 725 Case top decal 726 Case top decal Fluke No. black AC70A alligator clip. Table 19. Userreplaceable parts are listed in Table 19 and shown in Figure 36. use only the replacement parts specified.725 LCD 724 Keypad 725 Keypad 726 Keypad Case bottom AA alkaline batteries Case screws Battery door Accessory mount Tilt stand Battery door 1/4-turn fasteners TL75 series test leads Test lead.Calibrators Replaceable Parts Replaceable Parts When servicing this Calibrator.

) Item 21 Description 724 Product Overview Manual 725 Product Overview Manual 726 Product Overview Manual 22 724 CD-ROM (contains Users Manual) 725/726 CD-ROM (contains Users Manual) Not Shown 700SC serial interface cable Fluke No.eps Figure 36.724/725/726 Calibration Manual Table 19. Replacement Parts (cont. Replacement Parts 68 . 1547851 1549644 2441588 1547849 1549615 667425 Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 Optional accessory 17 1 20 10 11 9 8 2 3 13 19 6 7 4 3 12 14 5 16 18 15 21 6 22 aal02f.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful