The Keysight (Agilent/HP) 16047D Test Fixture is a direct-attachment test fixture used for the general purpose measurement of axial and radial lead components. Three kinds of contact inserts are furnished to simplify connections. The 16047D connects directly to the UNKNOWN input terminals of Agilent Technologies’s 4-terminal pair impedance measurement instruments, and converts the 4-terminal pair configuration to a 2-terminal Configuration.
Figure 1-1 shows three contact inserts. Contact assembly (1) is used for axial lead component measurements. For radial lead component measurements contact assemblies (2) or (3) are used. These parts number is listed in Table 1-1. Table 1-2 shows the dimensions of the contact inserts. The two-pair sockets of the contact assembly (1) can be configured three ways to match a component’s lead length.
Keysight (Agilent/HP) 16047D Features & Specifications:
Function: For use with 4 terminal-pair LCR Meters and Impedance Analyzers.
Measurable components: Axial and radial lead components.
Contact Inserts: Three kinds: one for axial lead components, one for radial lead components, and one for radial short lead components.
Frequency: 100 Hz to 40 MHz
Maximum Voltage: ± 40 V peak max. (AC+DC)
Dimensions of test fixture: l24 (W) × 3l (D) × 62 (H) mm
Weight: 230 g
Safety Standards: EN61010-1:1993 +A2:1995 IEC61010-1:1990 +A1:1992 +A2:1995 CSA C22.2 No.1010.1:1992
INSTALLATION CATEGORY I POLLUTION DEGREE 2 INDOOR USE
Compensation for Fixture Residual Impedance Error
The 16047D has inherent stray capacitance, residual inductance, and residual resistance that affect the accuracy of measured values. To compensate for, or negate, these residuals to minimize measurement error, the instrument’s Open/Short compensation procedure should be performed. The procedure is given in the instrument’s operating manual.