|2182_data_destruction.pdf|| January 11, 2010
Destruction of Data in Non-Volatile Memory in the
Keithley Model 2182(A) Nanovoltmeter
The Keithley Model 2182(A) contains memory devices to hold firmware code that is executed by an
internal microprocessor to operate the product and memory to save setup information. 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 working with electrical instruments should perform these procedures.
Description of memory devices and their use:
1. 2 of 512k by 8 bit CMOS Flash Memory: Stores firmware for the instrument.
2. 2 of 32k by 8 bit Static CMOS RAM: Stores user relay configurations. There |