[volt-nuts] Desperately seeking OPTION 10 for Datron 4708
caall99 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 12:41:28 EDT 2014
How do you know that the Datron 4000 requires an option to output current
and ohms? From looking at the limited specifications that are available
online it appears that no additional options are called out and that all
4000/A units have DC V, I and ohms. This Datron multifunction calibrator
shopping experience has been a very frustrating one thus far. I feel that
no matter how much research I do, I get conflicting information and end up
spending thousands on units that lack the capabilities I need. :( not fun...
On Jul 19, 2014 12:08 PM, "Chris" <caall99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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