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  • 120466-P1Rev B, 1/98

    Instruction Manual

    MKS Type 670BHigh Accuracy

    Signal Conditioner

    Six Shattuck RoadAndover, MA 01810-2449(800) 227-8766 or (978) 975-2350

    Fax: (978) 975-0093E-mail: [email protected]

    Web site: http://www.mksinst.com

  • WARRANTYType 670B Equipment

    MKS Instruments, Inc. (MKS) warrants that the equipment described above (the

    equipment) manufactured by MKS shall be free from defects in materials and

    workmanship for a period of one year from date of shipment and will for a period of two

    years from the date of shipment, correctly perform all date-related operations, including

    without limitation accepting data entry, sequencing, sorting, comparing, and reporting,

    regardless of the date the operation is performed or the date involved in the operation,

    provided that, if the equipment exchanges data or is otherwise used with equipment,

    software, or other products of others, such products of others themselves correctly

    perform all date-related operations and store and transmit dates and date-related data

    in a format compatible with MKS equipment. THIS WARRANTY IS MKS SOLE

    WARRANTY CONCERNING DATE-RELATED OPERATIONS.

    For the period commencing with the date of shipment of this equipment and ending one

    year later in the case of defects in materials and workmanship, but two years later in the

    case of failure to comply with the date-related operations warranty, MKS will, at its

    option, either repair or replace any part which is defective in materials or workmanship

    or with respect to the date-related operations warranty without charge to the purchaser.

    The foregoing shall constitute the exclusive and sole remedy of the purchaser for any

    breach by MKS of this warranty.

    The purchaser, before returning any equipment covered by this warranty, which is

    asserted to be defective by the purchaser, shall make specific written arrangements

    with respect to the responsibility for shipping the equipment and handling any other

    incidental charges with the MKS sales representative or distributor from which the

    equipment was purchased or, in the case of a direct purchase from MKS, with the MKS

    home office in Andover, Massachusetts, USA.

    This warranty does not apply to any equipment which has not been installed and used

    in accordance with the specifications recommended by MKS for the proper and normal

    use of the equipment. MKS shall not be liable under any circumstances for indirect,

    special, consequential, or incidental damages in connection with, or arising out of, the

    sale, performance, or use of the equipment covered by this warranty.

    MKS recommends that all MKS pressure and flow products be calibrated periodically

    (typically every 6 to 12 months) to ensure accurate readings. When a product is

    returned to MKS for this periodic re-calibration it is considered normal preventative

    maintenance not covered by any warranty.

    THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER RELEVANT WARRANTIES,

    EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF

    MERCHANTABILITY AND THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A

    PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ANY WARRANTY AGAINST INFRINGEMENT OF

    ANY PATENT.

    11-98 120466-P1

  • 120466-P1Rev B, 1/98

    MKS Type 670BHigh Accuracy

    Signal Conditioner

  • Local

    Remote

    B

    A

    Cursor

    TripPoints

    Ch 1X 1

    Ch 2X 0.1

    Ch 3X 0.01

    CalAuto

    Zero

    Type 670Signal Conditioner

    Menu Adjust

    Parameters

    Enter Setup

    Copyright 1998 by MKS Instruments, Inc.

    All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or byany means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by anyinformation storage or retrieval system, except as may be expressly permitted in writing by MKSInstruments, Inc.

    Printed in the United States of America

    Baratron is a registered trademark of MKS Instruments, Inc., Andover, MA

    This manual is for firmware/software version 1.1x

  • Table of Contents

    iii

    Table of Contents

    Safety Information.................................................................................................................. 1

    Symbols Used in This Instruction Manual.................................................................. 1

    Symbols Found on the Unit ....................................................................................... 2

    Safety Procedures and Precautions ............................................................................. 3

    Sicherheitshinweise................................................................................................................ 5

    In dieser Betriebsanleitung vorkommende Symbole ................................................... 5

    Am Gert angebrachte Symbole................................................................................. 6

    Sicherheitsvorschriften und Vorsichtsmanahmen...................................................... 7

    Informations relatives la scurit.......................................................................................... 9

    Symboles utiliss dans ce manuel d'utilisation ........................................................... 9

    Symboles apparaissant sur l'appareil .......................................................................... 10

    Mesures de scurit et mises en garde ........................................................................ 11

    Informacin sobre seguridad................................................................................................... 13

    Smbolos usados en el manual de instrucciones.......................................................... 13

    Smbolos que aparecen en la unidad........................................................................... 14

    Procedimientos y precauciones de seguridad .............................................................. 15

    Chapter One: General Information......................................................................................... 17

    Introduction ............................................................................................................... 17

    How This Manual is Organized.................................................................................. 18

    Manual Conventions ..................................................................................... 19

    Customer Support ...................................................................................................... 20

    Chapter Two: Installation ...................................................................................................... 21

    How To Unpack the Type 670 Unit ........................................................................... 21

    Unpacking Checklist ..................................................................................... 21

    Interface Cables ......................................................................................................... 23

    System Interface Cables ................................................................................ 23

    Remote Communications Interface Cables..................................................... 24

    Generic Shielded Cable Description .............................................................. 25

  • Table of Contents

    iv

    Example 1: Preferred Method To Connect Cable...........................................26

    Example 2: Alternate Method To Connect Cable ..........................................26

    Product Location and Requirements ...........................................................................27

    Operating Environmental Requirements.........................................................27

    Safety Conditions ..........................................................................................27

    Electrical Requirements .................................................................................27

    Dimensions ................................................................................................................28

    Chapter Three: Hardware Overview .......................................................................................31

    Front Panel.................................................................................................................31

    Key Lock Switch ...........................................................................................31

    Display Area..................................................................................................32

    Trip Point LEDs ............................................................................................32

    Range Selector Keys ......................................................................................32

    Channel Selector Lights .................................................................................32

    Cursor Key ....................................................................................................32

    Adjust Knob ..................................................................................................32

    Arrow Keys ...................................................................................................32

    Rear Panel..................................................................................................................33

    Serial Interface or IEEE-488 Connector ........................................................

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