|26xx_data_clearing_procedure.pdf||February 18, 2009
Clearing Data in Non-Volatile Memory in the
Keithley Model 2600 and 2600A products
The Keithley Model 2600 and 2600A family of products (referred to as "26xx" in this paper) contains
memory devices to hold firmware code that is executed by internal microprocessors to operate the product
and memory to save setup information and data. The following sections describe how the data stored in
the memory devices may be cleared or destroyed.
Warning: Some of the procedures in this document may expose hazardous voltage and the risk of
electric shock or death. Only trained, qualified, technical persons experienced with the risks and
precautions of servicing electrical instruments should perform these procedures.
Description of memory devices and their use:
Microprocessors - contains some RAM for internal use and all information is lost when the unit is
Flash - A 32-megabyte flash device responsible for storing critic|