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Author Topic: Fluke 5700/20A noise specs verification  (Read 562 times)

Offline JFP

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Fluke 5700/20A noise specs verification
« on: 05-29-2020 -- 16:50:32 »
Hello,
I have to test the DC output noise of the Fluke 5700A and 5720A in the 2 bands 10Hz-10Khz and 0,1Hz-10Hz. Can anybody propose the use of more modern test gear as the Tek 7A22 plug in (or AM502 amplifier) + rms voltmeter for the 1st band and Fluke 8520A for the 2nd ?
Thank you.

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Re: Fluke 5700/20A noise specs verification
« Reply #1 on: 06-10-2020 -- 15:56:08 »
You can look at a Keysight Power supply procedure..
They use a R&S URE2 and LeCroy Differential amplifier to test noise on DC Power Supplies.
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