[volt-nuts] Fluke 735C - Information Needed
J. L. Trantham
jltran at att.net
Sat Sep 7 10:26:12 EDT 2013
Thanks for the info. I'll download the 732A manual and see how it compares.
It is quite 'the beast'. I plugged it in, connected it to my (recently
Fluke calibrated) Fluke 8846A and it read 10.00000 VDC. This AM it read
The 'TH' resistance read about 8000 ohms (IIRC) and slowly came down as the
unit 'warmed up'. This AM it is about 3330 ohms. I'd love to know what
the 'normal value' of this is at operating temperature.
I need to replace the NiCd's and 'clean up' some corrosion on the battery
charger board but it looks like it will be an interesting addition.
It has a 'sticker' relating calibration in 1982 by 'Primary Standards Lab'
with a 're-cal' date 3 months later. So, that would fit as a 'transfer
I'll have to get it 'back in shape', allow it to stabilize for a couple of
weeks then see what it is on my 3458A.
Do you have any 'specifications' or other documents about it?
From: volt-nuts-bounces at febo.com [mailto:volt-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On
Behalf Of Will
Sent: Saturday, September 07, 2013 7:57 AM
To: Discussion of precise voltage measurement
Subject: Re: [volt-nuts] Fluke 735C - Information Needed
735C = prototype version of the 732A. 10V output only, no 1V divider.
As far as I know it was used for DC transfer experiments from the Fluke
primary lab to their other calibration sites.
2013/9/7, J. L. Trantham <jltran at att.net>:
> Does anyone have any information about the Fluke 735C 10.00000 DC
> Voltage Standard?
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