Equipment information

Brüel & Kjær 7669 Analyzer
Manufacturer:
Brüel & Kjær
Model: 7669
Date: 1992
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Analyzer
Description: Portable Signal Analyzer
Information:
                                    Type 7651 is a dual-channel FFT software option for
Real-time Frequency Analyzer Type 2144. Type 7669 is a
single-channel FFT software option for Real-time Frequency
Analyzer Type

2143.	Both come on 3V2” disks and are loaded using the
analyzer’s built-in disk drive. A software key must be
installed in the analyzer to allow the program to be run.

Type 2144 plus Type 7651 offer identical functions and
operation as the Type 2148.

Type 2143 plus Type 7669 offer identical functions and
operation as the Type 2147.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Brüel & Kjær -- 7669 -- User Manual
File name: BruelKJAER-9059-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 294
Size: 7.79 Mbytes (8170586 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number:
Date: 01 September 1992
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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1
Introduction.............................................................................1
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1.1	About Types 2148 and
2147.......................................1-2

1.2	About Types 7651 and
7669....................................... 1-2

1.3	About this User
Guide................................................1-3
2	Installation and
Maintenance.........................................2-1

2.1	Power
Supply..............................................................2-2

2.2	Grounding
Considerations.........................................2-5

2.3	Cleaning the Disk
Drive.............................................2-7

2.4	Installing the 7651 or 7669 Software Key.................2-8
3	Controls and
Connections.................................................3-1

3.1	Front
Panel.................................................................3-2

3.2	Rear
Panel....................................................................3-5
4	Getting
Started......................................................................4-1

4.1	Switching
On...............................................................4-2

4.2	General Measurement
Procedure..............................4-3

4.3	The Menu and Help Page
System..............................4-3

4.4	Changing Parameters in the
Set-up..........................4-8

4.5
Calibration................................................................4-10
5	Making
Measurements.......................................................5-1

5.1	Measurement
Types...................................................5-2

5.2	Screen Layout in Measurement Mode.......................5-3

5.3	Measurement Mode
Menus........................................5-8

5.4
Trigger/Multimode....................................................5-14

5.5	Sound Intensity Probe Type
3548............................ 5-26
6	Details of
Menus....................................................................6-1

6.1	Overload
Indication....................................................6-2

6.2
Input............................................................................6-3

6.3	Averaging/Channel
Delay..........................................6-3

6.4	No. of
Lines.................................................................6-5

6.5	Baseband
Analysis......................................................6-5

6.6	Zoom
Analysis.............................................................6-6

6.7	Time
Weighting..........................................................6-7

6.8	Spectrum
Weighting...................................................6-7

6.9	Zero Padding and Bow-tie
Correction.......................6-7

6.10 Data
View....................................................................6-8
7
Memory......................................................................................7-1

7.1	Saving Measurement Data
........................................7-2

7.2	Measurement
Text......................................................7-4
8	Preselected
Set-ups..............................................................8-1

8.1	Factory-defined Set-ups
.............................................8-2

8.2	User-defined
Set-ups..................................................8-2
9
Autosequences........................................................................9-1

9.1	Autosequence
Set-up..................................................9-2

9.2	Programming and Executing an Autosequence........9-2

9.3	Editing an
Autosequence...........................................9-4

9.4	Standby
Mode.............................................................9-5
10
Post-processing.....................................................................10-1

10.1	Spectrum Calculator
Menu......................................10-2

10.2	File
Modification.......................................................10-3

10.3	Sound Power
Calculation.........................................10-3

10.4	Spectrum
Arithmetic................................................10-5

10.5	Spectrum
Weighting.................................................10-6

11
Specifications........................................................................11
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11.1	Specifications 2147,
2143/7669................................ 11-2

11.2	Specifications 2148,
2144/7651................................ 11-6

11.3
Accessories................................................................11-9

12	Service and
Repair..............................................................12-1

13
Appendix.................................................................................13-1

13.1	Error
Messages.........................................................13-2

13.2	Provoked Errors and Other Messages.....................13-5

14
Index................................................................
.......................... 14—1
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