The 510A is a standard from Fluke. Engineers use direct current (DC) voltage standards to calibrate, standardize, normalize, and monitor drift, verify linearity, and establish regulation in electronic equipment. Standards are important during electronics compliance testing. Phase angle standards are ideal for calibrating many different electronics, including power analyzers, vector voltmeters, phase meters, phase sensitive instruments, and resolvers.
- Output Voltage: 10V rms
- Output Current: 10 mA rms, short-circuit protected
- Frequency: Any specified single frequency from 50 Hz to 100 kHz
- Frequency resolution: ±0.05%.
- Standard choices are: 50, 60, 400, 1000, 2400, 5000, 19,200 and 100,000 Hz
- Total harmonic distortion: <0.005% to 10 kHz, <0.015% at 100 kHz
- Center Frequency accuracy: ±0.1%, adjustable ±1%
- Frequency Stability: 500 ppm/mo
- Load Regulation: ≤0.002% to 10 kHz, ≤0.008% at 100 kHz
- Line Regulation: ≤10 ppm, for ±10% line change
- Input Power: 115 or 230V ac ±10%, 50-500 Hz, optional rechargeable batteries for up to 16 hrs off-line operation
The Fluke 510A is a precision, fixed frequency, ac voltage source which can be used as an amplitude calibration standard for test applications. In the calibration laboratory, the 510A provides an accurace ac reference for calibrating both True RMS and acerage-sensing ac voltmeters. On the production line, the 510A can be used to rapidly verify ac test instrumentatin or to generate a precise ac stimulus for circuit testing. The output frequency of the 510A may be varied ±1% from center frequency by a front panel screwdriver adjustments.