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Fluke 1586A/2DS Super DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers – 2 Models

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The Fluke 1586A/2DS Super DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers consists of:

  • 1x Fluke 1586A Super DAQ
  • 2x Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers

For a quick introduction to these products, please see the video below.

The Fluke 1586A/2DS Super DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers is available in two models which vary in regards to their main voltage settings; for further details please see the following table.

Product Code Product Name  Mains Voltage Settings
1586A/2DS 220 Fluke 1586A/2DS 220 Super-DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers  220V: 198V to 242V
1586A/2DS 240 Fluke 1586A/2DS 240 Super-DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers  240V: 216V to 264V

Unlike its sister product, the Fluke 1586A/1DS Super DAQ with 1 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer, this product is supplied with two Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers as oppose to one. This means that when they are used with the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ, the data acquisition system can be configured to measure temperature, DC voltage, DC current and resistance for up to forty channels. It can be set to a sample rate of up to ten channels per second.

The Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer allows thermistors, thermocouples and PRTs to be connected to the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ and as such includes a number of input connections. The Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer includes mini-jack thermocouple terminals with reference junction sensors, as well as mini-DWF, gold-plated input terminals which are compatible with bare wire, spade lug and mini-banana-plug terminations. This instrument has also been ergonomically designed and can be stacked on top of the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ in order to save on laboratory space. As such this combination of instruments is particularly well suited to performing benchtop temperature calibrations.

Alternatively, the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ can also be used with Fluke’s Dry Wells and Fluid Calibration Baths in order to perform automated sensor calibrations. Its Automated Sensor Calibration function works to improve user efficiency as he/she is able to leave the Super DAQ to perform a sensor calibration unsupervised once a few specifications have been entered into the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ’s setup:

  • Number of temperature setpoints
  • Values of the temperature set points
  • Scan sequence (choose between linear, alternate or up/down)
  • Assign a reference channel
  • Set the required stability band

When performing these calibrations, the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ gathers information for each set point once a stable temperature source has been determined (the instrument uses the specified reference channel to ascertain when a stable temperature has been reached), before continuing to the next set point. This allows the user to complete other tasks in the meantime.

Due to the versatility and sophistication of this instrument, its scope-for-use is not limited to temperature calibration. It can be configured to perform a number of applications including:

  • Process sensor calibrating
  • Temperature validating
  • Thermal mapping
  • Verifying process control
  • Analysing interactive systems
  • Ensuring conformance to quality standards
  • Correlating related events for R&D or troubleshooting

This makes the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ ideal for technicians, engineers and quality control personnel, particularly those working in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food processing, aerospace and the automotive industry sectors.

This instrument includes a number of features, functions and modes optimised to perform comprehensive and accurate measurements. For instance, the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ includes a current reversal feature designed to minimise the effects of thermoelectricity and thereby improve the accuracy of PRT/RTD measurements. The Fluke 1586A Super DAQ is able to measure thermocouples, thermistors and PRTs to the following accuracies:

  • PRTS: ±0.005°C
  • Thermocouples: ±0.5°C (when using a high-capacity module, NOT included, and the internal CJC)
  • Thermistors: ±0.002°C

Further to this, the Fluke 1586A includes  MAX + B; Channel Offset Zero, and Alarm functions. The alarm function can be used to set user-defined upper and lower alarms for each active channel.

The Fluke 1586A Super DAQ also features five modes:

  • Scan: user-defined tests are used to scan through channels
  • Monitor: the user is able to monitor any single channel during a scan without interrupting the process
  • Measure: data for a single channel may be measured and recorded without a pre-configured test file
  • DMM (digital multimeter): allows the operator to use the front panel like a digital multimeter to measure DC voltage, DC current and 2-wire/ 4-wire resistance without having to configure the channel.
  • Historical: allows the user to view historical data contained within a scan file. The user is able to view this data in either a tabular or graphical format and may switch between these display modes as necessary.

The Fluke 1586A Super DAQ’s colour display includes a 6.5-digit resolution for DC voltage, DC current and resistance measurements. Moreover, all the data for all the active channels can be viewed simultaneously in a tabular format. Alternatively, the user can monitor, plot and view data for up to four channels via a graphical display. Using the graphical display the operator can zoom in and out on data points and can monitor trends. The extensive data display capabilities of this instrument remove the need for a PC and charting programs in order to conduct data analysis.

However, this instrument is compatible with Fluke’s TQSoft and TQAero Thermal Validation Software (NOT included). These software programs are ideal for those performing temperature data acquisition applications regulated by governmental and/or agency standards. These programs may be used to document results, create reports, provide complete qualification and can be used as an audit trail management system.

Furthermore, the user is able to transfer data and setup files to a PC using a USB flash drive or via a network using a LAN interface connection. Data can be viewed in a Microsoft Excel file on the user’s PC.

The Fluke 1586A Super DAQ is capable of saving 75 000 time-stamped readings to its 20MB, internal, non-volatile memory. This data’s traceability is preserved using dual level data security which prevents unauthorised access to saved data. As a result, this instrument is suitable for applications regulated by government and/or agency standards.

The Fluke 1586A/2DS Super DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers can be configured to accommodate a variety of applications. It is a sophisticated, practical instrument with a comprehensive array of measurement capabilities. This combination of one Fluke 1586A Super DAQ and two DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers is particularly well suited to benchtop temperature calibrations, although they may be used to perform multi-channel data-logging tasks.

Fluke 1586A/2DS Super DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers - 2 Models Key Features

  • Consists of 1x Fluke 1586A Super DAQ and 2x Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers
  • Available in two versions with different mains voltage settings
  • Measure temperature, DC voltage, DC current and resistance for multiple channels
  • Can be configured to measure up to 40 channels
  • Can be set to a sample rate of 10 channels per second
  • Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer facilitates a connection between Fluke’s 1586A Super DAQ and thermistors, thermocouples and/or PRTS
  • Mini-jack thermocouple terminals with reference junction sensors
  • Mini-DWF, gold plated terminals compatible with bare wire, spade lug and mini-banana-plug terminations
  • Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer can be stacked on the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ
  • Suitable for performing benchtop temperature calibrations
  • Fluke 1586A Super DAQ can be connected to Fluke’s Dry Wells or Fluid Bath Calibrators to perform automatic sensor calibrations
  • Automated Sensor Calibration function
  • Suitable for process sensor calibration
  • Suitable for temperature validation
  • Suitable for thermal mapping
  • Suitable for verifying process control
  • Suitable for analysing interactive systems
  • Suitable for ensuring conformance to quality standards
  • Suitable for correlating related events for R&D or troubleshooting
  • Ideal for technicians, engineers and quality control personnel
  • Ideal for use in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food processing, aerospace and automotive industries
  • Current reversal feature for minimising the effects of thermoelectricity thereby improving the accuracy of PRT/RTD measurements
  • PRTS: ±0.005°C
  • Thermocouples: ±0.5°C (when using a high-capacity module, NOT included, and the internal CJC)
  • Thermistors: ±0.002°C
  • MAX + B function
  • Channel Offset Zero function
  • Alarm function
  • Set upper- and lower-limit alarms for each active channel
  • Scan mode
  • Monitor mode
  • Measure mode
  • DMM mode
  • Historical mode
  • Colour display with a 6.5-digit resolution for DC voltage, DC current and resistance measurements
  • All the data for all the active channels can be viewed simultaneously in a tabular format
  • Monitor, plot and view data for up to four channels using the graphical display format
  • Graphical display allows the user to track trends and zoom in and out on data points
  • Switch between display formats as necessary
  • Extensive data display formats remove the need for a PC or charting programs to review test setups or analyse data
  • Compatible with Fluke’s TQSoft and TQAero Thermal Validation Software (NOT included)
  • Transfer data to a PC via a USB flash drive or via a network using a LAN interface connection
  • View data in a Microsoft Excel document
  • Fluke 1586A Super DAQ can save up to 75 000 time-stamped readings to its 20MB, internal, non-volatile memory
  • Two levels of data security preserves data-traceability
  • Can be configured to accommodate a variety of applications
  • Suitable for applications that must conform to governmental and/or agency standards
  • A sophisticated, practical instrument with a comprehensive array of measurement capabilities
  • Particularly well suited to benchtop temperature calibration applications
  • Can also be used to perform multi-channel data-logging tasks

What’s Included?

Your Choice of Fluke 1586A/2DS Super DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers consisting of:

  • 1x Fluke 1586A Super DAQ  (choice of main voltage setting)
  • 2x Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers
Part Code4410014

Fluke 1586A/2DS Super DAQ with 2 DAQ-STAQ Multiplexers Technical Specifications 

Please find below the general technical specifications for the Fluke 1586A Super DAQ and Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer. For more detailed specifications, please see the 'Extended Specifications' datasheet. 

Fluke 1586A Super DAQ Technical Specifications 

Mains Voltage  220V Model: 198 V to 242 V
240V Model: 216 V to 264 V
Frequency 47 Hz to 440 Hz
Power Consumption  36 VA peak (24 W average)
Environment Temperature Operating: 0 °C to 50 °C
Full accuracy: 18 °C to 28 °C
Storage: −20 °C to 70 °C
Warm-up: 1 hour to full accuracy specifications
Relative Humidity (non-condensing) Operating:  0 °C to 30 °C <80 %;
                   30 °C to 50 °C <50 %
Storage: −20 °C to 70 °C <95 %
Altitude Operating:  2,000 m
Storage: 12,000 m
Vibration and Shock  Complies with MIL-PRF-28800F Class 3
Channel Capacity Total analog channels: 45
Voltage/resistance channels: 41
Current channels:  5
Digital I/O: 8 bits
Totalizer: 1
Alarm outputs: 6
Trigger input: 1
Channel Input Connector Types 1586A Channel 001 (front panel): gold pins, bare wire, spade lugs, banana plugs
DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer: gold pins, bare wire, mini spade lugs, mini banana plugs, mini-jack thermocouple
Input Protection  50 V all functions, terminals and ranges
Math Channels Number of channels: 20
Operations: sum, difference, multiply, divide, polynomial, power, square root, reciprocal, exponential, logarithm, absolute value, average, maximum, minimum
Triggers interval, external (trigger input), alarm, remote (bus), manual, automated test
Memory Scan data RAM: 75,000 readings with timestamp
Data/Setup flash memory: 20 MB
USB Host Port Connector type: Type A
Function: Memory
File system: FAT32
Memory capacity: 32 GB
USB Device Port Connector type: Type B
Class: Instrument
Function: Control and data transfer
Command protocol: SCPI
LAN Function: Control and data transfer
Network protocols: Ethernet 10/100, TCP/IP
Command protocol: SCPI
RS-232 Connector: D-sub 9 pin (DE-9)
Baud rates: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
Function: Temperature source control output
Dimensions Height: 150 mm
Width: 245 mm
Depth: 385 mm Weight: 6 kg (typical configuration)
Shipping Weight: 9.5 kg (typical configuration)
Conformity CE, CSA, IEC 61010 3rd ed.

Fluke DAQ-STAQ Multiplexer Technical Specifications 

Maximum Input 50 V
Offset Voltage <2 μV
3-Wire Internal Resistance Mismatch  <50 mΩ
Basic CJC Accuracy  0.25 °C
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