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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #675 on: January 18, 2019, 01:06:34 am »
It maybe interesting to repeat this test on 100 NPLC setting. There are some data from OldNeurons on TiN's website that suggest that 34461A is better than 34465A/34470A on 100 mV scale and 100 NPLC.
 

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #676 on: January 18, 2019, 01:16:01 am »
25.41°C would be the internal temperature and not the lab temperature

Thank you e61_phil.

If 25.41°C is the internal temperature, I guess the lab temperature (ambient temperature) should be lower than 25.41°C.

I note that the temperature readings shown on the Cal menu of the meter keep changing (see below). If I adjust my room aircond temperature setting until the "Temperature change from last calibration" = 0°C, is it ok to guess/tell that the ambient temperature of my room is now equal (or very close to) to the ambient temperature of the Keysight Cal lab when the meter was calibrated at the Keysight Cal lab?

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #677 on: January 18, 2019, 01:35:38 am »
Wished to access the built-in Web Interface of my 34470A via a Web browser. My Web browser (Google Chrome, Version 71) has no problem to access the page shown below. However, when I clicked the "Instrument Monitor and Control" tab (the 2nd tab, see below), an error message popped up: "Java not detected".

I followed the troubleshooting steps described at the following Keysight site: https://www.keysight.com/main/editorial.jspx?cc=MY&lc=eng&ckey=2573860&nid=-11143.0.00&id=2573860 but still cannot solve the problem.

My OS is Windows 7 (32-bit).
Java version 8 is installed.

Kindly advise.

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #678 on: January 18, 2019, 01:52:35 am »
Is it a old firmware version, my meter looks different and I can select a HTML5 control that works. It do also have a Java applet, but it states that Java applets are not supported in Chrome.
 
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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #679 on: January 18, 2019, 01:54:52 am »
Some info on Java applets in Chrome:

https://www.java.com/en/download/faq/chrome.xml
 
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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #680 on: January 18, 2019, 02:07:00 am »
Is it a old firmware version, my meter looks different and I can select a HTML5 control that works. It do also have a Java applet, but it states that Java applets are not supported in Chrome.

Thank you HKJ.

Later when I tested with IE-11, it works !!!

Then checked the firmware version. Yes, it's an old firmware: A.02.06. I borrowed this unit from a friend.
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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #681 on: January 18, 2019, 02:11:34 am »
It maybe interesting to repeat this test on 100 NPLC setting. There are some data from OldNeurons on TiN's website that suggest that 34461A is better than 34465A/34470A on 100 mV scale and 100 NPLC.
OK, I will make another run at 100 NPLC of all 4 instruments
May be I will add a second 34461A

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #682 on: January 18, 2019, 02:15:27 am »
Some info on Java applets in Chrome:

https://www.java.com/en/download/faq/chrome.xml

Thank you JDubU.

Tried using Firefox version 64 >> Not Successful

Tried using IE version 11 >> Working
 

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #683 on: January 18, 2019, 02:36:36 am »
25.41°C would be the internal temperature and not the lab temperature

Thank you e61_phil.

If 25.41°C is the internal temperature, I guess the lab temperature (ambient temperature) should be lower than 25.41°C.

I note that the temperature readings shown on the Cal menu of the meter keep changing (see below). If I adjust my room aircond temperature setting until the "Temperature change from last calibration" = 0°C, is it ok to guess/tell that the ambient temperature of my room is now equal (or very close to) to the ambient temperature of the Keysight Cal lab when the meter was calibrated at the Keysight Cal lab?


The 34465/470s internal temperature usually rises about 3°C above room temperature, therefore this instrument had been calibrated at about 22.5 °C.
In the cal certificate, they do not give the actual cal temperature, only a range around 23°C.

My instrument has 'date 23C' as a cal string, so I assume this to be the original room temperature (as the internal temperature is displayed on that specific screen in a different manner).

So you should set your R.T. accordingly but also use ACAL, to get best accuracy.

And your friend should update the firmware to the recent 3.0, as this old one still contains a lot of errors, and 3.0 adds the DIG option, and HTML5 operation of the browser.

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #684 on: January 18, 2019, 08:59:58 pm »
OK, repeated the histogram noise test again, this time on 5 instruments at the same time over night.
The temperature span was about 1.5 degrees.

I am not sure what happened to the 34465A this time.

All standard settings, 100 NPLC

1. Room temperature measurement with 5k thermistor on a 34461A
2. Noise 34461A #1    = 70 nV StdDev
3. Noise 34461A #2    = 90 nV StdDev
4. Noise 34470A #1    = 90 nV StdDev
5. Noise 34470A #2    = 150 nV StdDev
6. Noise 34465A #1    = 120 nV StdDev
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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #685 on: January 19, 2019, 09:43:01 am »
I wonder if some of the standard deviation is due to long term drift. One can clearly see a double-peaked distribution on the 34465A.
One would have to save the raw data and calculate the Allan variance to separate short term noise from long term drift. 
 

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #686 on: January 20, 2019, 04:20:29 am »
I am not sure what happened to the 34465A this time.

Temperature drift or even worse: popcorn noise?
Do you have the data over time?

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #687 on: January 21, 2019, 01:42:16 pm »
Thought I'd give this a try on my 34461A. It ran overnight and through the day. The twin peaks are the cooler temp of night and the warmer temp of day in the house. It would be nice to see no change with temperature but overall it seems the two temps are maintained quite well. There is a 3 degree C temp shift.
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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #688 on: January 21, 2019, 04:44:41 pm »
Thought I'd give this a try on my 34461A. It ran overnight and through the day. The twin peaks are the cooler temp of night and the warmer temp of day in the house. It would be nice to see no change with temperature but overall it seems the two temps are maintained quite well. There is a 3 degree C temp shift.

I also got similar plot (2 peaks) sometimes... I believe it's due to temperature drift... in my case, when I placed the meter is a slightly different orientation, I could see it started to drift then settled at a new peak...
 

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Re: Keysight's new 34465A (6.5 digit) and 34470A (7.5 digit) bench multimeters
« Reply #689 on: January 22, 2019, 09:03:43 pm »
And another one. :P
Ambient temp. was 20.5 +- 0.5 during measurement :palm:
« Last Edit: January 22, 2019, 09:06:37 pm by Messtechniker »
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