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IS 13875

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( Part 1 ) : 1993
( Reaffirmed 2006 )

mm

Indian Standard

DIGlTALMEASURINGINSTRUMENTSFOR
MEASUREMENTANDCONTROL
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
CONCERNING
DATA SHEET DETAILS

UDC

TERMSJESTS

AND

621.317*799*037-37: 621.38

tinBIS 1993

BUREAU
MANAK

,.Ycpten~ber1993

OF
RHAVAN.

1NISIAN

STANDARDS

9 I>AIIADUK
SHAII
NFW l-JFI,Hl I ~‘Jnr,?

ZAFAR

MARC,

Price Group 5

LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED, HAZIRA
FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY, SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.

PART 1

if the final value. In reporting the results of a test or analysis made in accordance with this standard. LTD 21 FOREWORD This Indian Standard was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards. after the draft finalized by the had been approved by the Electronics and Electronic Measuring Euuipment Sectional Committee Telecommunication -Div’lsion Council. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU. LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED. is to be rounded off.Electronic Measuring Equipment Sectional Committee. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY. The object of this standard is to specify uniform technical data for use in data sheets. and consists of three terms. on digital measuring instruments concerning and control for testing. observed or calculated. digital measuring instruments: Part 1 General specifications concerning terms. of measuring instruments in a position to compare This standard is based without any techniccal change on IEC Dot 66 ( Set ) 49 ‘Measurement and control. tests and data sheet details of instruments for measuring analog quantities Part 3 Terms. tests and data sheet details of instruments for measuring digital quantities This standard shall put both users and manufacturers measuring instruments with each other. Part 1 General Specifications for measurement conditions . it shall be done in accordance with TS 2 : 1960 <Rules for rounding OK numerical values ( revised )‘. This series of standards parts as given below: terms and definitions. tests and data sheets Part 2 Terms. tests and data sheet details’ circulated by International Electrotechnical Commission ( IEC ).

where the nominal values of impedances between the common terminal and each of the other two terminal5 - analog quantities meters.3 This standard does not apply scopes. does not include scope of to oscillotransient any safety 2 REFERENCES 3.1 This standard ( Part 1 ) applies to digital electronic measuring instruments ( hereinafter called measuring instruments) used for measurement of physical quantities. NOTE . storage.1 . Connection points of the measuring ilistrumcnt. the mains and any other input terminal. which indicate the values measured by numerical and/or digital display.4 A arc input Grounded ( earthed ) input An input circuit which is isolated frame.3 D@rence does not nccd to bc input An mput circuit with two input terminals intended for measuring the difference between two values of an electrical quantity. 3.ENTSFOR MEASUREMENTANDCONTROL PART 1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS DATA CONCERNING SHEET TERMS.1.1.tqe and current levels or arc represented b> specllled impcdancc conditions ( for exnmpic. said all other terminals. the mains and any other input terminal.I . - vary. the 1. This includes measuring instruments for measuring: A three-terminal input circuit.5 Isolated input An Input circuit which is isolated frame.1. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY. each independent of the other.1. mean value meters ).1 The .1. from the or output Guarded inpzr! An input circuit provided screen being isolated liom frame 3 TERMS does not need to bc measuring 1.The common terminal brought out of the instrument.4 This standard requirements. or several measurement values of the same quantity ( for example wattmeters.1 Terms Relating to Inputs and Outputs Connccliol~ points at which the electrical quantity to be measured.2 Symmetrical input A three-terminal input circuit where the nominal values of impedances between the common terminal and the other two terminals are one and the same. event- ( for example.1. and/or convcrtcd. TESTS AND DETAILS As)lmmetricul input 1 SCOPE 3. 1.1. .The common terminal brought oI.6 2.1.IS 13875 ( Part 1 ) : 1993 Indian Standard DIGITALMEASURINGINSTRUM. indicators ). as well as to externally controlled measuring instruments. in this context. LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED. with a screen.tt of the instrument. ing instruments ) digital meters quantities ). at which output information and or control signals arc available in the form of specified volt.Lndian Standards listed in Annex necessary adjuncts to this standard.1. or rcquircd for control purposes is collnectCd to the measuring instrumenl. and mains. and ( for example. volttemperature mensur( for -_ time-related quantities frequency meters. NOTE -The USC of the term differential would. AND DEFINITIONS 3.2 This standard also applies to measuring instruments which combine ( link ) various measured quantities. ohmmeters. from the or output 3. 3. 3. specturm and logic analyzers. Combinations of above-mentioned instruments are also covered by this standard. be incorrect. differential pressure meters.1 1. NOTE . phase meters. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.1. short-circuil and open circuit ). speed example.

radiation Ruted load Load at rated ( this may vary of the circuit ).1. Guwded output 3.1.4 Other impedances operating under Impedances which exist.1.4.1.4.1. such as input terminals.3 3. isolated from all relmlnals.1.3.1.1.1. NOTE . without or unllmlted causmg a permanent change in measuring instrument properties.1. which is either limited or unlimited with respect to time.2. 3.JS 13875( PM 1 ) : 1993 3.Interference which is additively superimposed on the measured quantity ( for example neighbouring input or output cross-talk ).4 terminals.7 resis- Impedances at the Output Impedance of the output circuit in value depending on the state The maxilnum input load.1 3.3. between all kinds of terminals. equivalent capacitance or equivalent resistatcc in series with an equivalent capacitance or equivalent inductance. The maximum output load.Leakage capacitance and insulation tance also belong to such impedances.4 LOad at rated value of the input 3. which is either limited wnh respect to time.1.1. Isolated output 3. mass.5 Quantity applied io the output Rate of change of output quantities quantity Impedance value of the output Input and Output Interference External interference 3. 3.2. b) Series mode interference .1.6.2 An output circuit which is isolated from frame.7. earth terminal )_ Output quantity The first derivative respect to time. Rated load 3.2 3. with Output loud Electrical load of the output the output quantity.5.3.4. 3.2 Grounded ( earthed ) output An output circuit in which one ouput terminal is directly connected to measurmg earth. the the two does not need to be 3.4.5.fi*om the measuring lnterfercncc in the test object originating the measuring instrument ( for example bias. Equivalelzt input impedance quantity. ( for example. radio interfercncc vc Itage. output terminals.3 Input load Electrical load c. 3.1. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY.1.1.1.1 Equivalent resistance parallel to an equivalent 01 inductance. Input impedance Impedance of the input circuit measured between the input terminals of the measuring instrument under operating conditions ( which may depend on the mode of operation and measuring range ).4 quantity with input Impedance due to NOTE .3 Impedances fft the Input 3. which is effective at the input.1 3.1. LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED.6 quantity.d to the input terminals. 3.1.2.2 Interference instrument due to Quantities quantities circuit origirtnting.1.1.4 Source impedance The impedance of the output circuit of a source connected to the input terminals of the measuring instrument. screen and protective earth or frame.1 Maximum permissible overload 3.3.1.2.f the the mput yuantlty.3 input Terminul Quantities 3. Hute oj change oj input quuntrries 3.5. the mains and all input termmals.3.7.5 Maximum permissible overload 3.5 .1.2 The first derivative respect to time. input earth terminals. conditions of the measuring instrument.1.1.Interference ( amplitude and phase ) which exist between both short-circuited input or output terminals and a reference point. the said screen being the frame and 3.1 Output Terminal Quantities 3. Input quanrily That quantity appllc. 3.3.1 Asymmetrical output A three-termrnal output circuit where ncminal values of impedances between common terminal and each of the other terminals vary. 3 from o\xsct.5. ). An output circuit with screen. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.1. of the output Output impedance a) Common mode interference . 3.3 mains. without causing a permanent change in measuring instrument properties. uf the mput 3.The common terminal brought out of the instrument.

2. tolerances.8 Output Informntion facturer has assigned to the measuring instrument for a certain operating condition.z minimum errors.3 Rated conditions of use using a The sum of all effective ranges for performance characteristics and rated ranges of use for Influence quantities.8. observed or set. which may affect the performance of said measuring instrument. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY. of the interface.2. and which the n~nnu- 3 LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED.3 Readout time 3.4 irtflzcence Quantity Vahes Minimum period of time nceJed from a step change of the measured quantity in order to display or supply the results of nteasurcment within given limits of accuracy.When determining bc reference ranges.8. 3.2 Unit of indication ( numerical When determining be reference .1.JFI A range limlted by two values of the quantity measured or supplied and for which the limits of error are specified. 3. etc.2. registration ). Form in which information specified code.3 between Range of values for an influence quantity which represents part of rated operating conditions.2 Rated operating conditions Interface with other measuring (’ evaluation. which are relevant with regard to the behaviour of the measuring instrument and within which operating errol indications apply.1 Rauge of operation Rated vahu 11le value of a quantity which CCIU be mcasurcd.1.4 Rated range of IIX The range of values of an influence quantity which is determined by the rated conditions of USC.4 Resolution Period of time during which output information is available for reading-out under continuous operation and maximum test sequence. [ for example IS 10767 ( Part 1 ) : 1983 and IS 10767 (Part 2): 1953 1.1 Quantity Performance The degree to which the function equipment is intended is fulfilled. 3. 3.4.IS 13875( Part 1 ) : 1993 3. 3.3. 3. values. Specification of the type of code used for electrical output information and specification.J.2. Any quantity.8.2.2.8.. ranges.1 Performance Ci~aractcrizatioli One of the quantities assigned to the measuring Instrument in order to define the perlbrmancc of the measuring instrument by values.5. 3.4.2.1 Output code 3.3. and which the manufacturer has assigned to the measuring instrument for a certain range of operation. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.4 Setting time ing Instrument Measurement errors. are the mcasuNOTE .4. 3.1.5 mtud values The range of a quantity which can be measured. Analog or digital ( electrical and/or representation of the measured resulting from measurement.Performance characlcristics red quantities supplied to or delivered by the measuring instrument as well as other quantities used for describing the measuring function. visual ) quantity NOTE - NOTE . in general assigned to the environment of the measuring instrument.8.6 Data format is supplied.1. observed or set.3. C. increment ) increase or decrease two successive output states.2.2 rated ranges can The smallest change in the measured or supplied quantity to which a numerical value can be assigned without interpoktion.2 Error a) Absolzrt~ error . 3. instruments The suu1 of all ranges of operation quantities needed for determination errors.1. for influence of operating 3.1. 7b. where applicable.8.2 Terms Relating to Specification of MeasurParameters ( Characteristics ) 3.2. supplied. 3. suppl~cd.2.5 Terms Relating :o Performance Data 3.3.2 Rated range X1. 3. 3.1 Itrterface lr$uence ( conversion ) range 3. for which 3.~li[~I ‘nlws X2. 3.2.2.An error algebraically expressed in the unit of the measured or supplied quantity: i) In the case of measuring instrument> an error is the indicated value of th: measured quantity minu\ its tru: value.2.2.3 Perfortnancc C/iaracteri.4.

liquid display ) crystal incandescent filament ( LCD the manner in which quantity is determined. as closely as ncccssal-y ( taking the error to be determined into account ) is used instead of the true value. as this true value cannot be determined by measurement. NOTE .3.2 beam display ( LED ) -.1 Types of Display 3. point-matrix displayed.2. constant ( See 3.2. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY.1 ii) In the case of an instrument which only supplies one individual quantity.A as a percentage. one of which may 1~~. 3. Ii1 addition further information such as overilow. segment display. In practice. ir~formalicw Display be the lmiir~ntiot7 Frequency Instrument value ) can up Reading otlgle Cloclc frequency g) Operatitlg error .2. for example. for Ibe full scale value ( upper example.An error reference conditions.The ratio of an error to a given reference value.2. 3. determinecS to Measuring ofdigits The forln in which the measured value displayed.1 display 3. Relative error ~-. The range which.3. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU. of measured values Linkage qf’mensured quantities Determination of new information by meanz oj a mathematical combination ( linkage ) of at least two measured values. lllfilrence error . status.4.2 Measured Value Evaltration - gas discharge plasma ~_ electron 3.2. expressed d) 3. limit of the effective range ) the indicated Lralue.3 Terms Relating ‘three-and-a-half-digits‘ The angle ranges under which the display can bc read.The difference between the values of a performance characteristic when an influence quantity or a performance charaterlstic which exerts an influence consecutively assume two given values within their rated range of use whereas all other influence quantities and performance characteristics lie within conditions remain and reference constant. an error is the true value of the quantity supplied minus its rated indicated or preset value ( rated value ).5 ).3. rate of consecutive measurements.An error determined under rated operating conditions.4. for example ‘I-segment display. Digital mttge . can be represented on the display ( this shall not COI respond to the effective range ). This value may be rcfwred back to standard gauges agreed upon between manufacturer and user or to national standard gauges.Terms such should hc avoided.3.light-emitting is 16- Displcrj. unit. as a maximum. a conventionally true value.4 elT01 3.6 3. ihe preset value or the rated value or another clearly slated value. Information ( measured played.4. the Averagitrg Totalization and taking diode display - dis- display -.2 Display Characteristics 4 LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED.‘She value to which the relative or percentage error refers. addjtioal analog information. absolute relative e) Itlttiruic f) 3.2.3. In both cases the uncertainty of the conventionally true value shall be given. display. 3. polarity (nature of supply ) and range. under Size The size of the digits measured value output. by make The most important display information i\ the measured value.7 Outpuf rate Mensuring of display/output.2 as of a number of the mean. instructions for operation. NOTE .3. 3. which can be made up of the following elements : numerical value. Said ranges are indicated symmetrically to the perpendicular line on the display on two planes which are arranged vertically to one another.3.3.IS 33875 ( Part 1) : 1993 3.The true value of a quantity is the idcal value that can be measured by a measuring process in which no crl-or occurs.2.4. Fiducial value .5 which 3.3.3 error -.2.2. for exam+.2. statistic< limit value control automatic determination c>C the effective range. error. b) C) Percenloge error’ .2. additional acoustic information can bc displayed too.1 Principles of Measuring Information regarding value of the measured 3.4 Terms Relating to the Mode of Operation of the Measuring Instrument 3.

1.Curr’ent 45. Before starting a series of measurements Opratiu?~ . to 65 Hz 9 I kV/m ( see Note 3 ) in t!~.75 % Position of use 40 A/n1 ( see Note 2 ) in ti:: case of direct-current field a& alternating fields fro111 45 e:.. 4. Where this requirement is not met the following rule shall apply when determining t!~e error: Warming-up time as specified by the manufacturer. 4..3 Remote Control Capacity of the measuring instrument to have sctlings made externally and..: I .1 Reference Conditions. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU. 4 TESTS 4. to be able to supply information (control signals.’ f 1% <P factor NOTES As far as no other pcrmi~\iblc 2 40 A/m is approximately ~olcrancs are given by the mnnuf. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY. Unless Otherwise of the magnetic field of the cnrth. instrument include. to 65 Hz Rated value or rated range I: 1% of Note 1 ) Frequency Rated voluc or rated range . the nwxinwni vniuc B 1 kV/m is the avcragc \~aluc tri the electric Givetm 10 dcgrce Voltage I for Tesi f 1 “C i SUpply Distortion Tolerauces 4 field field values Permissible Purposes. licld or ?hs earth. 3. unless otherwise specified.Where the 115~‘s uses test equipment with a limit of error.111) percent..Where the manufacturer uses test equipment wiih :I limit of error of f ill percent for tcbting his measuring instrument with a limit ~‘1‘ error of & e percent the error shall lit between the limits ri_ ( e .. case of direct current field anr! alternating fields from 45 II.. to store for parameters.1 Test Conditions Tests as described below shall be carried out.~ctul-cl-. All measuring instruments shall be stored under the desired environmental conditions at least up until that point when said measuring instruments have assumed test condition values. Test by the manufacturer .IS 13875 ( Part 1) : 1993 3. as well as other data.4. measured values ) via appropriate outputs. example. under the following conditions: test points specified by the manufacturer shall be checked and. shall be complied with and/or taken into account..2 Test Equipment Errors The total error of the test equipment should be negligible as against the maximum permissible error of the measuring instrument ( < IO pcrcent ).1 ) Influence Quantities Ambient temperature Relative air humidity Reference Conditions. Ruted Conditions and InfZuence Errors Reference conditions as given in Table I. Unless Otherwise Given One of the following 20.1. where necescnry. Table 1 Influence Quantity lfer/$cation by the t~ser. further reference conditions as given in Parts 2 and 3 of this standard in accordance with &itn provided by the manufacturer. 25 ‘C Position External magnetic Exlernal electric . r:1tcd vlllue ( ( ‘I rated Wl~K ( 3” LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED.4 Storage Capacity of the measuring instrument information until called for.1.4. -f 10’ No.23. readjustments made. of 1 12 percent for checking measuring instruments with a limit of error of I: <’ the Reference Conditions and Permissible Tolerances for Test Purposes ( Clause 4. NOTE rncasurcd Here information values. in turn.

). with Further tests shall be carried out when measuring instruments have to comp!y with special s3fely requirements [ for example flame proof enclosures ( see ZS 616 : 1981 ) 1..1 The value indicated shall be determined under reference condition (B.4 Influence Error Resulting from in all Chanps in Ambient Temperature This test shall be carried out in accordance with4.2.lg shall be taken into account: Should the manufacturer stipulate 3 ten>perature coefficient instead of an inilucnce error which is kept constant for the temperature within the rated range of use. For deviating te\t methods. i:i digits )+ LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.tcti range of USC for relative humidity.. the test shall be carried out at that end of the reference range which foll~~.5 The input quantity is kept const:!nl measurements. Whcrc a reference range exists for the influence quantity under test.I( ) percent.* permissible digits in 4. for IIK rclcv:~. ). The value indicated on the measuring instrument shall then be read out ( Bx in be the differcncc Bx . is the influence error.Influence Error Resulting value = out the Relative 4. Recommended routine tests in accordance Part 2 and Part 3 of this standard. 4. 4.2.<rt in digits ).1 from Changes in Air Humidity Test Method The under value of 90 measuring instrument shall bc operatcti reference conditions and the indicated shall be determined at an input quantit). .B. unless otherwise specified in following sub-clause.3. 4.2. of the limits of err0r a5 given by the manufacturer for all test points: 1) maximur?? permissible limits percent of measured value of error nominal ____-~ value ( dig ) percent 100 ---.~\s the rated range of use under test. In dlgits.2.3. The measured quantity shall be set at 90 percent of the final value of the measurement range ( B. Following this th cmeasuring instrument sll.~1:1:11( it. then the respective permissible difference shall be determined.3 Influence Error Test Testing of influence errors shall bc carried as follows.: in digits ) in each measurement range.3. the measuring instrument being under reference conditions.5 . digits ) and determined. Said difference shall not bc higher than the influence error stipulated by the manufacturer.1 Test Method The measured quantity shall be reduced at constant intervals at test points n within the range of measurement down to the lower measurement range limit ( B. this standard. then he shall allow the error tu lie between the limits f ( e .n in Bnn . HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY.4 Tests shall be carried out in all effective ranges and at least 90 percent of the full sc:~lc value.l~ temperature interval. converted into digits iI\ accordance with 4. tllc input qunntlty bcinf kcp! co1. 4.1 shall not exceed such maximum permissible total limits of error.3 The difference between BA and II.!i above. in digits. The values indicated shall be read out ( B. 4. With respect to 4.3.3. Tests which are not expressly specified as routine lests are type test.&tl the difference digits ) am! determined.IS 13875 ( Part 1 ) : 1993 percent. 4. 4. see Parts 2 and 3 of Calculation. all other influence quantities remaining under reference conditions.3.3 the followi. Rc:\<1 <)I_\\ then takes place in the same man!lcr .5. The indication shall be determined (B. 4..lll hc operated at the upper limit 01’ the r:.2 The respective influence quantity shall be altered within the rated range of use. percent of the effective range nI:tximum value ( B.2 Intrinsic Error Test 4.3. in digits ) in all ranges. Differences as given in 4.

NOTE .Lccor(lance with nianufiic- LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED. -_ scanning speed: approx.i. 55Hz.. Differences B.B. Under preparation. 4.IS 13875 ( Part I ) : 1993 4.1 Shock Test [ corresponding to test in accordance 1s 9000 ( Part 7jSec 1 ) : 1979 1.. shall be calculated in accordance with 4.B. digiis.number of shocks : three in each of the three vertically arranged axes and each of the two directions ( 18 shoctcs jn all ).9. The influence error of position.15 mm the maximum result will he 2 6. .2 Evaluation from ins- 1 octaveimia number of scanning cycles : 2 in each direction of the axes ( 6 in ail ) 2) Determine intrinsic error as under (a) check measuring ( JAi in digits ) and instrument for mechanical damage. T.5.2 The indication shall be determined under reference conditions at 90 percent of the full scale value ( Bll in digits )..10 lnfiuence I?ctermination I::*‘cr’s cl:tt. The higher value of the two values is the Influence error of position.Blc are to be determined in digits.. Errors Resulting from Otllcr Physical Quantities ( For example air presskkrc. 4.. in digits) and check measuring instmment for mechanical demage. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.15 mm. 4. The highest value is the humidity influence error. : & 0. and/or Bxc in digits ).9 Mechanical Load The difference B. etc.2 Evaluation 4. .pulse shape : half sine . For determination of the &maximum permissible :upp y \Wllage according in digils.9. rrrdiation.In the cnse of an rlmpliwdc of jI 0. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY.. as stipulated by the manufacturer.2. Following this the difference between Br md B. Maximum permissible humidity influence error accordmg to manufacturer’s data is calculated in accordance with 4. No damage shall occur to the measuring instrument during tests. equilibrium is attained ( B. 10 Hz. - 4. shall be determined for each effective range.1 Test Method h) Subject the disconnected measuring trument to t. 4.vith ii) Determine intrinsic error in all effective ranges at the effective range maximum value ( B.. The measuring instrument shall be operated under reference conditions and the indication in that range of measurement with the highest power consumption is to be determined at an input quantity of 90 percent of the effective range maximum value ( & in digits ).7 Influence Error Resulting Electromagnetic Fields with .6 Influence Error Resulting from a Change in Position a) Determine intrinsic error at the effective range maximum value in a11 range ( B.6.8. Following this the measuring instrument shall be tilted as far as the upper and lower limit of the rated range of use and shall be operated in said positions for at least one hour. . shall be dctcrmined in B. influcr:cr error.8.8. in digits.. in digits ). ) 4. SW 4.he following shock test: .2..8 Influence Voltage - c) Determine intrinsic error as under (a) (B. in digits. - peak acceleration: 147 rn/#l: ( 15 g ).3 The upper and lower limits of the rated range of use of the supply voltage shall be set and the indication shall he read out when therma. 4.2. the input quantity being kept constant ( B. and/or B.. and B. to the - direction of vibration : in the direction of the three vertically arranged axes - amplitude - frequency range to be scanned : preferably: 10 Hz.8. External b) Subject the measuring instrument following vibration test: from the SUPPb 4. The greater difference is the supply voltage influence error. 4.2.1. 4.. . . ~II digits ). t11 the 7 in .4.1 The measuring instrument shall be connected to an adjustable supply voltage source instead of to a battery or mains supply.2.. Following these tests the measuring instrument shall comply with manufacturer’s specifications.2 Vibration Test [ corresponding to test in accordance IS 9000 ( Part 8 ) : 1981 1. Error Resulting pulse duration : 11 ms.6. manul’:icturer’s data. ). Read-out then takes place in the same manner as above.

Table 2 Data Sheet Details for a Digital Measuring Instrument ( Chse 5 ) Sl Term Instrument Handbook SO. DcLiatic)n\ frori. cods 1 For example IS JO767 with inclu tion of the stage of capacity J.3.or example stage of capacity Reference values SEC‘I’ablc I . SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.3.2. and shall assist the user ir comparing measuring instruments from variouc.3.3. I.3.4 Jntcrface construction ‘4 _.2.1. I Type of display Numerical X construction S. I .8.3 Type of measuring instrument number or date ot’ manufacture X X X 3 1.2 Range serial overflow indicated areas.1.2 Rated ranges Rated Values quantity ranges 5’7 .J.7 Fffcctivc range -1 ?.I Ercctivc J 2. 4.i.: 5.-l 5. q~rantitici Jnflucncc .1. if any separately with automatic.IS 13875 ( Part 1 ) : 1993 5 DATA SHEET DETAILS FOR A DIGITAL MEASURING INSTRUMENT 5.1 Display X x ( X )” for example flanic-proof X X ( X I* for each measuring for cxamplc module 482’6 mm cnclostil< quantity X X x X X X In the cast of auto-ranging starting from the top and from tls~ bottom X X see 3.2.3..1 .4 Measured X X X 4.3 Rcsoltttion see 3.6 Special safety regulations 4. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY. X 5.i: LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED.l.3. Data Sheet Remarks On the Measuring Instrument General X X X or supplier . I .8 Data oulpttt remote shall b: control 5.1 Data format 5.1 range selectit> and size of display value and unit X point\ 5. iilbt in special parts rated rangcc o. manufacturers._ Type of effcclivc Switchover 5.3 Tntcl-f.tce 5.3.3.3 Indication 5.1.3 see 3.5 Mechanical i. IS 9176 : 1979.I MaIltlfacltlKl X x X or supplier il. thcsc rcqt~ircmcnIs shall I-&S:lalctl : ( .4 5.2 Type X X X 4. use in accordance will.2.‘.2 Output coding ( output see 3.2.3.3. I .2.2 X x see 3.1.3.0 The data given in Table 2 shall be used by the manufacturer as a guideline when drawing up the data sheet.l.

7 Maximum quantities 5.3 In Overload and indication ot ~IIC I i mc maximulu permissible interval arc included here in p u 1 permissible the see 3.2 Measuring Output rate see 3.5.6 In the case of battery 5.3.9.8.5.4 Output time see 3. IO.9.5 Power consumptiOn 5.2. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.3 5.2 Olhcr impedance Output 5.5.5 Block diagram of measurement 5.6.4 time see 3.4 Method 5.2 form see 3.1.8.x. of.9. IS type and Ah In accordance instructions figure md~r with monufac~u~.1.1 Il.6.1 IS 9X5X : 19x1 I and 2.x.1 Maximum quantity 5.2 5. 5.1._r’s of 01 time class the hasis of insrrrlmcnt is OII For example IS 9X5X : IUSl Clause 2.1 .6.3 of inputs and outputs important instrument .7. in the data sheet or output load 5.10.7.6 impcdanccs values for to IS 9176 : ~379 Main/battery ‘* I I opcmtion hours in the operation cast .1 TYPC Voltage rate According supply conditions j 5. Data Sheet 5.8 Time functions 5.3.11 <II LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED.S and 3.2 Maximum (> of inPut/output common Frequency voltage product 5.6.9.5.3 Frequency 5.3 5.7.9..6 5.9.1 Operating continuous 5.6.8.2 Operating hours in the case specified intermittent opcralion stand-by operation 5.IS 13875 ( Part 1 ) : 1993 SI Term Instrument Handbook NO.9. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY.7 5.5.5 and 3.4 Distortion 5.1. an in:crfcrence value is also included here Test voltage acc01 ding to clause 4.1 Safety requirements which the mcaslrrinp dcsigncd 5.2.3 Charging 5.9.6.6 Impcdanccs 5.? Pnrtection *Where llucc\z:lry.6.1 Setting the case of measuring timerelated quantities the rcferencc value shall be the true value In outline I* quantity see 3.10.2 of IS 98% : 1981 mode voltage 5.4 Maximum output 5.10 Safcety rcquirCments 5.6.3.6.9 Elcclricily 5. I Input impcdancc 5.1.9. 2.3 Remarks On tbe Measuring Instrument Which are measuring 0perating error 5.7.

13.IJ . x iupplicd in addition Order X data ANNEX A ( Clause 2.13 Accessory 5. 5. applicatiutic system 2nd require- ments 2 Code and format connections Safety requirements fo) electronic measuring apparntu< Part 9858 : 1951 LICENSED TO ESSAR STEEL LIMITED.1 Accessories sold ?. Term Instrument Handbook 5. Mechanical I ) : 1979 ing procedures for electronic and electrical items: Part 7 Impact test. SUPPLIED BY BOOK SUPPLY BUREAU.1 Proteclive x device Data Sheet On the Remarks Measuring Instnrment ‘i i\ For exclmpic which surge measuring Dimension< >: 5..Elcctrical spccifications. Section L Shock ( Part 8 ) : 1981 9156 : 1976 IS No.13. Tirlr specifications.10. HAZIRA FOR INTERNAL USE AT THIS LOCATION ONLY.I1 5. Safety requirements fur mains operated electronic and related apparatus for household and similar general use (first 616 : 1981 redion 9C)OO ( Part 7/%x Basic 10767 : 1953 ) environmental test- Basic environmental testing procedures for electronic and electrical items: Part 8 Vibration Method fur specifying the functional perfor- Tiilc mance of the electronic measuring equipment An interfacc system for programmable measuring instruments ( byte serial bit parallel ) Part 1 Functional specificntions.17 Weight :. are accessible instfwment at only ftrxi 1hc . 5.IS 13875 ( Part 1 ) : 1993 Table 2 ( concluded ) Sl No. IO.2 Accessories \\hich \I ilh the instrumcnl can be : diverters.3 Test voltogcs . S.1 ) LIST OF REFERRED INDIAN STANDARDS IS No.

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