The 5520A-SC1100 option adds powerful functionality to the 5520A:
|Calibrate even your high bandwidth oscilloscopes
The SC1100 enables the enhanced performance 5520A to calibrate all of your oscillosocpes up to 1.1 GHz with rise times to 300 ps – even 125 ps with the 5800A/TDP tunnel diode pulser option. That represents what is likely the highest level of oscilloscopes in your workload – along with the other workload the 5520A addresses.
The 1.1 GHz 5520A-SC1100 is a plug-in module that fits inside the 5520A Multi-Product Calibrator. It can be ordered factory installed with a new calibrator, or added later at a Fluke service center for an additional installation and service charge.
Fluke offers more ways to match the right oscilloscope calibration tools with your workload and budget. The 5500A-SC300 option enables the 5500A and 5520A to calibrate the most widely used analog and digital oscilloscopes up to 300 MHz. If your workload includes oscilloscopes above 300 MHz, you will want to take a look at the 5500A-SC600 option for the 5500A/5520A calibrators. And the powerful Fluke 5820A Oscilloscope Calibrator provides a complete solution for applications dedicated entirely to oscilloscope calibration.
- Voltage source (dc and square wave) for vertical amplitude calibration.
- Edge source including a variable 300 ps fast edge with low aberrations – for verifying dynamic response.
- Leveled sine wave generator to 1.1 GHz, with excellent flatness and amplitude accuracy – for verifying bandwidth.
- Time marks in sawtooth, square, 20% pulse and sine wave forms from 5 seconds to 1 ns with 2.5 ppm frequency stability and low jitter – for horizontal time base calibration.
- Input resistance, capacitance and overload testing.
- Wave form generator with square, sine, triangle wave forms – for extended test capability.
- TV trigger for NTSC, SECAM, PAL and PAL-M with line marker.
- External trigger output for time marks, fast edge, voltage and pulse modes.
- Pulse generator with variable width and period to verify trigger pulse width responses and horizontal deflection.
- External clock reference.
Operating the SC1100 is easy
You access the SC1100’s capabilities simply by selecting "Scope" mode on the calibrator’s front panel. All outputs are conveniently located on the calibrator’s output block to make hookups easy and to minimize the errors contributed by cabling. There are no fragile, bulky pulse heads to contend with.