Agilent 4285A Precision LCR Meter Data Sheet Specifications The complete Agilent Technologies 4285A specifications are listed below. These specifications are the performance standards or limits against which the instrument is tested. When shipped from the factory, the 4285A meets the specifications listed in this section. The specification test procedures are covered in Agilent 4285A Maintenance Manual (Agilent Part Number 04285-90030). Measurement Functions Mathematical functions The deviation and the percent of deviation of measurement values from a programmable reference value. Equivalent measurement circuit Parallel and series Ranging Auto and manual (hold/up/down) Trigger Internal, external, BUS (GPIB), and manual Measurement parameters |Z| = Absolute value of impedance |Y| = Absolute value of admittance L = Inductance C = Capacitance R = Resistance G = Conductance D = Dissipation factor Q = Quality factor Rs = Equivalent series resistance Rp = Parallel resistance X = Reactance B = Suceptance θ = Phase angle Delay time Programmable delay from the trigger command to the start of the measurement, 0 to 60.000 s in 1 ms steps. Measurement terminals Four-terminal pair Test cable length 0 m, 1 m, and 2 m selectable Combinations of measurement parameters |Z|, |Y| L, C R G θ (deg), θ (rad) D, Q, Rs, Rp, G X B Integration time Short, medium, and long selectable (refer to Supplemental Performance Characteristics, page 14, for the measurement time) Averaging 1 to 256, programmable Frequency 75 kHz to 30 MHz, 100 Hz solution Output impedance The following output impedance is specified for the test cable length of 0 m: Frequency accuracy ±0.01% (25 + 0.5 fm) Ω ± 10 + 2 fm % 3 Signal modes Normal—Program selected voltage or current at the measurement terminals when they are opened or shorted, respectively where: Test Signal ( Constant—Maintains selected voltage or current at the device under test (DUT) independent of changes in the device’s impedance. Signal level The following test signal level accuracy is specified for an ambient temperature range of 23 °C ± 5 °C and the test cable length is 0 m. Mode Voltage Normal Constant1 Current Normal Constant1 Range Setting accuracy 5 m Vrms to 2 Vrms ±{(8 + 0.4 fm)% + 1 m Vrms} 10 mVrms to 1 Vrms ±{(6 + 0.2 fm)% + 1 m Vrms} 200 µArms to 20 mArms ±{(8 + 1 fm)% + 40 µArms} 100 µArms to 20 mArms ±{(6 + 0.2 fm)% + 40 µArms} 1. When the ALC function is set to ON For the temperature range of 0 °C to 55 °C, multiply the temperature induced setting error listed in Figure 1-5 to the test signal setting accuracy. When test cable length is 1 m or 2 m, add the following error due to test cable length. fm ) = Test frequency [MHz] Test signal level monitor The following test signal level monitor accuracy is specified for an ambient temperature range of 23 °C ± 5 °C and the test cable length is 0 m. Mode Range Voltage 0.01 mVrms – 2.000 Vrms Current 0.001 µArms – 20.00 mArms Monitor accuracy { ± Smon 4 + 0.2 fm Sset + 100 500 For the temperature range of 0 °C to 55 °C, multiply the temperature induced setting error listed in Figure 1-5. When test cable length is 1 m or 2 m, add the following error due to test cable length. Smon 0.2 fm L [V] where: fm = L = Smon = Sset = Test frequency [MHz] Test cable length [m] Readout value of test signal level Setting value of test signal level For example, 0.2 fm L [%] where: fm L 2 = Test frequency [MHz] = Test cable length [m] } [V ] Test frequency: Test signal level: Monitor readout value: Cable length: Ambient temperature: 1 MHz 1 Vrms 500 mVrms 1m 25 °C Then, voltage level monitor accuracy Vma is ΔVma = 0.5 4 + 0.2 1 1 0.2 0.2 + 0.5 11 + 100 100 100 = 0.024 [V] Vma = 0.024 0.5 Measurement Accuracy The measurement accuracy includes stability, temperature coefficient, linearity, repeatability, and calibration interpolation error. The measurement accuracy is specified when all of the following conditions are satisfied: • Warm-up time: ≥ 30 minutes ≈ 4.8 [%] • Test cable length: 0 m, 1 m (Agilent 16048A), or 2 m (Agilent 16048D). For the 1 m or 2 m cable length operation (with Agilent 16048A/D), CABLE CORRECTION has been performed Display Range Parameter Range |Z|, R, X 0.00001 Ω to 99.9999 MΩ |Y|, G, B 0.00001 µS to 99.9999 S C 0.00001 pF to 999.999 µF L 0.001 nH to 99.9999 H D 0.000001 to 9.99999 Q 0.01 to 99999.9 θ -180.000° to 180.000° Δ -999.999% to 999.999% • OPEN and SHORT corrections have been performed. • The optimum measurement range is selected by matching the DUT’s impedance to the effective measuring range shown in Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2. (For example, if the DUT’s impedance is 3 kΩ and oscillator level is less than or equal to 1 V, the optimum range is the 500 Ω range.) • Measurement accuracy is specified at the following reference planes: • Test frequency ≤ 1 MHz At the UNKNOWN terminals on the Agilent 4285A front panel or at the end of the standard test leads (Agilent 16048A/D). • Test frequency ≥ 1.001 MHz At the 1-port terminal of the Agilent 16085B Terminal Adapter, which should be connected to the UNKNOWN terminals of the Agilent 4285A or to the end of the standard test leads (Agilent 16048A/D). 3 Figure 1-1. Effective measurement range (oscillator level ≤ 1 Vrms) 4 Figure 1-2. Effective measurement range (oscillator level > 1 Vrms) 5 |Z|, |Y|, L, C, R, X, G, and B accuracy |Z|, |Y|, L, C, R, X, G, and B accuracy Ae is given as Q accuracy Q accuracy Qe is given as Ae = ±(An + Ac) Kt [%] Qe = ± Q2x De 1 Qx De where: where: An = Basic accuracy equation given from the A1 to A16 shown in Table 1-1. The applicable frequency range and impedance range of equations A1 to A16 are shown in Figure 1-3 and Figure 1-4. (Refer to Basic Accuracy Equations on page 7.) Ac = Cable length factor (Refer to Cable Length Factor on page 10.) Kt = Temperature factor (Refer to Temperature Factor on page 10.) L, C, X, and B accuracies apply when Dx (measured D value) ≤ 0.1. When Dx > 0.1, multiply Ae by `b 1 + D2x for L, C, X, and B accuracies. R and G accuracies apply when Qx (measured Q value) ≤ 0.1. Qx = Measured Q value De = D accuracy Q accuracy applies when Qx De <1. θ Accuracy θ accuracy θe is given as θe = ± 180 Ae [deg] π 100 where: Ae = |Z|, |Y|, L, C, R, X, G, and B accuracy G Accuracy G accuracy Ge is given as Ge = ±Bx De When Qx > 0.1, multiply Ae by `b 1 + Q x for R and G accuracies. G accuracy given by the equation above applies to the G-B combination only. ( D accuracy D accuracy De is given as where: 2 Bx = 2 πfCx = = = = = = [S] 1 2 πfLx ) where: Bx Cx Lx De f Ae = |Z|, |Y|, L, C, R, X, G, and B accuracy G accuracy applies when Dx (measured D value) ≤ 0.1. De = ± Ae 100 D accuracy applies when Dx (measured D value) ≤ 0.1. When Dx > 0.1, multiply De by (1 + Dx). 6 Measured B value [S] Measured C value [F] Measured L value [H] D accuracy Test frequency [Hz] G accuracy given by the equation above applies to the Cp-G and Lp-G combinations only. Rp accuracy Rp accuracy Rpe is given as Rpe = ± Rpx De [Ω] Dx De Table 1-1. An equations where: Rs accuracy Rs accuracy Rse is given as Rse = ± Xx De [Ω] fm 2 . m| 0.1% + |Z500 5 ) f [0.02% + ( 30m ) . 0.05%] . Ki . Kosc f 1 2 πfCx A5 = 0.18% + |Z5mk| . 0.02% . Ki . Kosc f f A6 = 0.18% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z5mk| [0.02% + ( 10m ) . 0.03%] . Ki . Kosc f f A7 = 0.5% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z5mk| . ( 30m ) . 0.2% . Ki . Kosc m| . . . A8 = 0.18% + |Z 50 k 0.03% Ki Kosc f 2 f A9 = N2% + ( 30m ) . 3% + |Z100 [0.02% + ( 30m ) . 0.1%] . Ki m| f ) where: = = = = = f f Rp accuracy applies when Dx (measured D value) ≤ 0.1. Xx Cx Lx De f f m| A4 = 0.3% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z500 [0.05% + ( 30m ) . 0.1%] . Ki . Kosc Rpx = Measured Rp value [Ω] Dx = Measured D value De = D accuracy Xx = 2 πfLx = f A2 = N1% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z50m| [0.02% + ( 30m ) . 0.05%] . Ki . Kosc A3 = N1% + ( ( f A1 = N1% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z50m| [0.02% + ( 30m ) . 0.1%] . Ki . Kosc Measured X value [Ω] Measured C value [F] Measured L value [H] D accuracy Test frequency [Hz] Rs accuracy applies when Dx (measured D value) ≤ 0.1. Basic accuracy equations The basic accuracy An is calculated from the following procedure: 1. Determine An equation from Figure 1-3 or Figure 1-4. In both charts, boundary line belongs to the better accuracy area. When the oscillator level is ≤ 1 Vrms, determine An to be applied, value of Ki and value of Kosc from the Figure 1-3. If the determined Kosc ≤ 1, then round up Kosc to 1. When the oscillator level is > 1 Vrms, determine An to be applied and value of Ki from the Figure 1-4. f m| A10 = N2% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z100 [0.02% + ( 30m ) . 0.05%] . Ki f f A11 = 0.18% + ( 5m )2 . 0.1% + |Z1mk| [0.02% + ( 30m ) . 0.05%] . Ki f f A12 = 0.3% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z1mk| [0.05% + ( 30m ) . 0.1%] . Ki m| . . A13 = 0.18% + |Z 10 k 0.02% Ki f f m . m| . A14 = 0.18% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z 10 k [0.02% + ( 10 ) 0.03%] Ki f m| . A15 = 0.5% + ( 30m )2 . 3% + |Z 10 k ( fm 30 ) . 0.2%] . Ki m| . . A16 = 0.18% + |Z 100 k 0.03% Ki |Zm|: Absolute value of measured impedance in [Ω] fm: Test frequency in [MHz] N accuracy factors N1 and N2 in the An equations have the following values: Table 1-2. N accuracy factors Frequency(f) N1 N2 75 kHz ≤ f ≤ 200 kHz 0.15 0.15 200 kHz < f ≤ 3 MHz 0.08 0.15 3 MHz < f ≤ 5 MHz .15 0.38 5 MHz < f ≤ 30 MHz 0.30 0.38 2. Calculate An from the formula to be applied. The n accuracy factor included in the An equation is shown in Table 1-2. Use Ki and Kosc factors determined in previous step. 7 Figure 1-3. Accuracy equations, Ki factor, and Kosc factor (test signal level ≤ 1 Vrms) 8 Figure 1-4. Accuracy equations and Ki factor (test signal level > 1 Vrms ) 9 Cable length factor Add the following cable length factor Ac to the measurement accuracy when the cable length is set to 1 m (for 16048A) or 2 m (for 16048D) in CABLE field, after performing the cable correction and the OPEN/SHORT correction. When the cable length is 0 m, Ac is 0 percent. Aco is the additional error when the impedance range is above 5 kΩ. . . Aco = |Zm| fm Kt [%] 1000 Zm = 2 πfmLx ≈ 35 [Ω] where: fm Lx where: fm = Test frequency in [MHz] Zm = Absolute value of measured impedance in [kΩ] Kl = Test cable length in [m] Temperature factor Multiply the sum of the basic accuracy and the cable length factor by the following temperature induced error Kt, when the temperature range is 0 °C to 55 °C. The boundary belongs to the smaller multiplier. = Test frequency [Hz] = Measured inductance value of the DUT [H] 3. Choose an accuracy chart from Figure 1-3 and Figure 1-4. The oscillator level is 1 Vrms, then Figure 1-3 is chosen for this measurement. 4. Find the frequency point of fm (25.2 MHz) along the X axis in Figure 1-3. Both axes are in log format. Interpolation may be required. 5. Find the impedance point of Zm (35 Ω) along the Y axis in Figure 1-3 determined in step 2. Both axes are in log format. Interpolation may be required. 6. Mark the intersection of above two steps and determine the basic accuracy equation An, integration factor Ki, and oscillator level factor Kosc. Figure 1-5. Temperature factor Kt Measurement Accuracy Calculation Example Example of Ls-Q accuracy calculation Measurement conditions 10 Ae = ±(An + Ac) Kt 2. First of all, to determine the measurement accuracy Ae, calculate the impedance value from the DUT’s inductance value. So the measurement impedance Zm is: Ac = fm + Aco [%] 15 Measured inductance Lx of DUT: Measured Q value of DUT: Test signal level: Test frequency fm: Integration time: Cable length: Operating temperature: Determine inductance measurement accuracy Ae 1. From |Z|, |Y|, L, C, R, X, G, and B Accuracy (see page 6), measurement accuracy Ae is determined as below: 220 nH 30 1 Vrms 25.2 MHz LONG 0m 28 °C From: Test frequency fm: DUT’s impedance Zm: Integration time: Test signal level: 25.2 MHz 35 Ω LONG 1 Vrms Then, An = A1, Ki = 1, and Kosc = 1 (rounded from 0.02). 7. From Table 1-1, the actual accuracy equation to be applied is determined as A1. Then, f f 2 A1 = N1% + ( 30 ) . 3% + |Z50m| [0.02% + ( 30 ) . 0.1%] . Ki . Kosc 8. Determine N1 from Table 1-2. From frequency = 25.2 MHz, then, N1 = 0.3. 9. Then, An = 0.3% + ( ≈ 2.6 [%] 25.2 2 . 50 3% + |35| 30 ) [0.02% + ( 25.2 30 Correction Functions Zero open Eliminates measurement errors due to parasitic stray admittance (C, G) of the test fixture. Zero short Eliminates measurement errors due to parasitic residual impedances (L, R) of the test fixture. Load Improves the measurement accuracy by using a device whose value is accurately known (a working standard) as a reference. ) . 0.1%] . 1 . 1 10. Cable length is 0 m, then Ac = 0. 11. Operating temperature is 28 °C, then Kt = 1 (from Figure 1-5). List Sweep A maximum of ten frequencies or test signal levels can be programmed. Single or sequential tests can be performed. When Option 4285A-001 is installed, DC bias voltages can also be programmed. Comparator Function 12. Therefore, inductance measurement accuracy Ae is: Ae = ±(An + Ac) Kt = ±(2.6 + 0) 1 = ±2.6 [%] Determine Q measurement accuracy Qe 1. From Q Accuracy (see page 6), Q measurement accuracy Qe is determined as below: Ten-bin sorting for the primary measurement parameter, and IN/OUT decision output for the secondary measurement parameter. Sorting modes Sequential mode. Sorting into unnested bins with absolute upper and lower limits. Tolerance mode. Sorting into nested bins with absolute or percent limits. 2 Qe = ± Qx De 1 Qx De Bin count 0 to 999999 2. Determine D accuracy De for calculating Qe. From the previous step Determine inductance measurement accuracy Ae (see page 10), Ae is 2.6 [%], then: List sweep comparator HIGH/IN/LOW decision output for each point in the list sweep table. De = ± Ae 100 = ± 0.026 3. Therefore Qe is: Qe = ± Qx2 De 1 Qx De 2 Qe = ± 30 0.026 1 30 0.026 ≈ +106/–13 11 Other Functions Store/Load Ten instrument control settings, including comparator limits and list sweep programs, can be stored and loaded into and from the internal nonvolatile memory. Ten additional settings can also be stored and loaded from each memory card. GPIB All control settings, measured values, comparator limits, and list sweep program can be controlled or monitored. Uses ASCII and 64-bit binary data format. GPIB buffer memory can store measured values for a maximum of 128 measurements and output packed data over the GPIB bus. Complies with IEEE-488.1 and 488.2. The programming language is Test and Measurement Systems Language (TMSL). DC bias monitor terminal DC bias voltage or current can be monitored at the rear panel BNC connector. The following monitor accuracies are applied when the digital volt meter whose input impedance is ≥ 10 MΩ is used. • DC bias voltage monitor DC bias voltage across the DUT 1 Output impedance: 11 kΩ Monitor accuracy: ±(0.2% of reading + 2 + 0.8 Idut) mV where: Idut is current flowing through the DUT in [mA]. GPIB interface functions SH1, AH1, T5, L4, SR1, RL1, DC1, DT1, C0, E1 Self test Softkey controllable. Provides a means to confirm proper operation. Option 4285A-001 (Internal DC Bias) Adds the variable DC bias voltage function. DC bias level The following DC bias level accuracy is specified for an ambient temperature range of 23 °C ± 5 °C. Multiply the temperature induced setting error, Kt listed in Figure 1-5 for the temperature range of 0 °C to 55 °C. Voltage range Resolution Setting accuracy ±(0.000 to 4.000) V 1 mV ±(0.1% of setting +1 mV) ±(4.002 to 8.000) V 2 mV ±(0.1% of setting +2 mV) ±(8.005 to 20.000) V 5 mV ±(0.1% of setting +5 mV) ±(20.01 to 40.00) V 10 mV ±(0.1% of setting +10 mV) A maximum DC bias current of 100 mA can be applied to the DUT. 12 • DC bias current monitor DC bias current through the DUT 10 Ω (1 V at 100 mA) Output impedance: 10 kΩ Monitor accuracy: ±(1% of reading + 0.3) mA Other Options Option 4285A-700: No DC bias Option 4285A-002: Accessory Control Interface Allows the 4285A to control the Agilent 42841A bias current source or the Agilent 42851A precision Q adapter. The voltage ratio meaurement accuracy, when the 4285A is used with the 42851A precision Q adapter, is described in the 42851A’s operation manual. Option 4285A-201: Handler interface Option 4285A-202: Handler interface Option 4285A-301: Scanner interface Option 4285A-710: Blank panel Option 4285A-907: Front handle kit Option 4285A-908: Rack mount kit Option 4285A-909: Rack flange and handle kit Option 4285A-915: Add service manual Option 4285A-ABA: Add English manual Option 4285A-ABD: Add German manual Option 4285A-ABJ: Add Japanese manual Furnished Accessories Power Requirements Power cord Depends on the country where the 4285A is being used Line voltage 100, 120, 220 Vac ±10%, 240 Vac +5% –10% 100 Ω resistor box Agilent P/N 04285-61001 BNC female-female Adapter Agilent P/N 1250-0080 (4 ea.) Line frequency 47 to 66 Hz Fuse Only for Option 4285A-201 Agilent P/N 2110-0046 (2 ea.) Accessories Available Test fixture/test leads 16034E Test fixture for SMD or chip type DUT, f ≤ 40 MHz 16044A Four-terminal test fixture for SMD or chip type DUT, f ≤ 10 MHz 16047A Test fixture for axial or radial DUT, f ≤ 13 MHz 16047D Test fixture for axial or radial DUT, f ≤ 40 MHz 16048A Test leads, length 1 m (BNC connector) 16048D Test leads, length 2 m (BNC connector) 16048G Test fixture for SMD or chip type DUT, f ≤ 110 MHz 16048H Test fixture for array-type SMD or chip type DUT, f ≤ 110 MHz 16065A External voltage bias fixture 16334A Tweezer-type test fixture for SMD or chip type DUT, f ≤ 15 MHz 16451B Dielectric test fixture 42842C Bias current test fixture 42851-61100 SMD test fixture (Option 42842C-201) DC bias source 42841A Bias current source Memory card 04278-89001 Memory card, 1 ea. Power consumption 200 VA max. Operating Environment Temperature 0 °C to 55 °C Humidity ≤ 95% R.H. at 40 °C Dimensions 426 (W) by 177 (H) by 498 (D) (mm) Weight Approximately 16 kg (35.3 lb., standard) Display LCD dot-matrix display Capable of displaying Measured values Control settings Comparator limits and decisions List sweep tables Self test message and annunciations Number of display digits 6-digits, maximum display count 999999 GPIB interconnection cables 10833A GPIB cable, 1 m 10833B GPIB cable, 2 m 10833C GPIB cable, 4 m 10833D GPIB cable, 0.5 m 13 Supplemental Performance Characteristics The Agilent 4285A supplemental performance characterisics are listed below. These supplemental performance characteristics are not specifications, but are typical characteristics included as supplemental information for the operator. Stability When the following conditions are satisfied, Integration time: LONG Operating temperature: Constant operating temperature of 23 °C ± 5 °C Parameter ≤ 1 MHz 30 MHz |Z|, |Y|, L, C, R < 0.01%/day < 0.05%/day D < 0.0001/day < 0.0005/day Temperature coefficient When the following conditions are satisfied, Integration time: LONG Test signal voltage: ≥ 20 mVrms Operating temperature: 23 °C ± 5 °C Parameter ≤ 1 MHz 30 MHz |Z|, |Y|, L, C, R < 0.004%/°C < 0.05%/°C D < 0.00004/°C < 0.0005/°C Input protection Internal circuit protection, when a charged capacitor is connected to the UNKNOWN terminals. The maximum capacitor voltage is: `b Vmax = 1 [V] C where: Vmax = ≤ 200 V C = Capacitance value in Farads Measurement time Typical measurement times from the trigger to the output of EOM at the Handler Interface. (EOM: End of Measurement) Integration time Measurement time SHORT 30 ms MEDIUM 65 ms LONG 200 ms In the following condition an additional measurement time, approx. 300 ms, is added to the measurement time. Test signal voltage: Measurement range: Test signal current: 0.51 V – 2 Vrms 0 Ω Range ≥ 22 mA Settling time Display time Frequency (fm) Display time for each display format is given as: < 50 msec. < 100 msec. MEAS DISPLAY page Approx. 8 ms BIN No. DISPLAY page Approx. 5 ms BIN COUNT DISPLAY page Approx. 0.5 ms Measurement range GPIB data output time < 50 msec./range shift Internal GPIB data, processing time from EOM output to measurement data output on GPIB lines (excluding display time): Test signal level • Approx. 10 ms 14 Option 4285A-001 (internal DC bias) Maximum DC bias current when the normal measurement can be performed is 100 mA. DC bias settling time When DC bias is set to ON, add 5 ms to the measurement time. This settling time does not include the DUT charge time. 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