[volt-nuts] Desperately seeking OPTION 10 for Datron 4708
caall99 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 19 12:08:09 EDT 2014
Thank you all for the responses and information. The amount of conflicting
information i have gotten so far from other experts is truly astounding.
Some say that the AC only option 20 & 30 Datron 4708 does not have
resistance, others say it does. The manual doesn't enlighten any further. I
have also heard that the 4000/4000A boards do not work in the 47XX series.
I have gone ahead and purchased a Datron 4000 (option 90), to complement my
Datron 4708 (options 20, 30,80, 90). I am hoping this combination will give
me DC V+I, AC V+I, and resistance at 8.5 digit accuracies, that i can
further characterize with my Agilent 3458A (NIST traceable cal). Does
anyone have a complete manual for the 4000/4000A? Either electronic or hard
copy, thank you!
On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 8:48 AM, Chris <caall99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for the bad news :( I am starting to come to terms with the
> difficulty of finding this option. I have recently discovered that option
> 10 from the 4700, 4705, and 4707 would also work. Not sure if this makes it
> any easier.
> Also my unit has a sticker on the front indicating "ac voltage and current
> only"... But lists options 20,30,80,90 on the backside label. Will my unit
> have resistance functionality? I am hearing a lot of conflicting
> Not sure if I am replying to emails correctly. (New to volt nuts)
> On Jul 12, 2014 6:03 PM, "Chris" <caall99 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Nobody has access to spare Datron 4708 stuff? I am willing to pay
>> international shipping etc... whatever it takes! Thank you
>> On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 2:09 PM, Chris <caall99 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I am looking to purchase OPTION 10 slide in board for the Datron 4708
>>> Multifunction Calibrator. If anybody has a parted out unit and can sell me
>>> just the option 10 board i would appreciate it dearly! Thank you for
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