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Boonton Electronic 72C Измеритель уровня
Производитель:
Boonton Electronic
Модель: 72C
Дата:
Категория: Измерительная техника
Группа: Измеритель уровня
Описание: Capacitance Meter
Информация:
                                    The Model 72C Capacitance Meter provides instant, direct
reading, three- terminal and differential capacitance
measurements from 0.01 to 3000 pF. This coverage is divided
into eight ranges, selected either by the front- panel
switch or remotely, arranged in a 1 - 3 - 10 sequence. The
solid- state design and crystal-controlled signal source
contribute to the high stability and excellent reliability
of the instrument.
The 100 kHz test signal is held to a level of 15 mV, r.m.s.,
allowing the measurement of capacitance of semiconductor
devices. The provision for application of d.c. bias to
either or both sides of the specimen makes it possible to
measure these devices under operating conditions. The bias
voltages can be applied either to the rear-panel terminals
provided, or to the appropriate pins on the edge connector.
The 72C employs an unusual range-switching system using
switching diodes and miniature reed relays; the elimination
of the switch contacts from the measurement circuits assures
a maximum of reliability and stability.
The instrument’s phase-sensitive detector system permits the
measurement of even low-Q devices {down to 0-1) without
appreciably degrading the accuracy of the measurement* The
72C responds to the effective parallel capacitance of the
test specimen. For a specimen with predominantly series loss
and a Q-factor of less than 10, the 72C will indicate the
effective parallel capacitance; i.e.:
Cp = CgQ / (1 + Q )
Two plug-in connection adapters are supplied with the 72C.
One adapter, fitted with two sets of coaxial connectors,
72-4B, is intended for use with coaxial cables and remotely
located test fixtures for both three-terminal and
differential mesurements. The second adapter, 72-5C, with
three terminal posts, is used for wire-lead components;
differential measurements are not possible with this adapter.
A linear d.c. output is available at rear-panel terminals as
well as at the appropriate pins on the edge connector. This
feature extends the range of applications beyond ordinary
laboratory measurements to include production testing as
well as a variety of control functions. Flexibility is
further enhanced by the provision of remote ranging
terminals; the instrument is fully capable of being
integrated into a controlled test system for rapid,
production-line testing.
Remote ranging is controlled by grounding the MANUAL DISABLE
terminal on the rear edge connector, disabling the
front-panel range switch. Grounding any one of the eight
range-line terminals will then select that range.

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Информация:
SECTION I - INTRODUCTION
Paragraph Page
1-1 Safety Notice
......................................................1-1
1-2 Description
.......................................................1-1
I-3 Accessories Furnished
.............................................1-2
1-4 Options and Accessories Available
.................................1-2
1-5 Environmental Data, Operating and Storage
.........................1-2
1-6 Specifications
.....................................................1-2
SECTION II - INSTALLATION AND OPERATION-
2-1 Installation
.......................................................2-1
2-2 Operating Controls, Indicators and Connectors
....................2-1
2-3 Operating Instructions
............................................2-2
2-4 Remote Measurements
................................................2-2
2-5 Differential Terminals
............................................2-3
2-6 D.C. Bias
........................................................2-3
2-7 Applications
.......................................................2-3
A. Capacitance, Three Terminal
....................................2-4
B. Capacitance, Two Terminal
.....................................2-5
C. Beta
»......».................................................2-6
D. Forward Transconductance
......................................2-7
SECTION III - THEORY OF OPERATION
3-1 General Note
.....»................................................3-1
3-2 Bridge Circuits
...................................................3-1
3-3 Ranging Circuits .
..................................................3-2
SECTION IV - MAINTENANCE
4-1 General Notes
......................................................4-1
4-2 Introduction
.......................................................4-1
4-3 Test Equipment Required
............................................4-1
4-4 Zero Adjustment
....................................................4-1
4-5 Calibrat ion Check
..................................................4-2
4-6 Calibration Adjustment
.............................................4-2
A. Test-Level Adjustment
..........................................4-2
B. Range Adjustments
..............................................4-3
4-7 Note: Periodic Calibration
.......................................4-3
4-8 Maintenance and Repair Adjustments
................................4-3
4-9 power-supply Adjustments R115 and R118
............................4-3
4-10 L102, LI03, LI03 and LI04 Loading Adjustment
.....................4-3
4-11 High-Q/Low-0 Adjustment C223, C228 and T201
.......................4-5
A. High-Q/Low/Q Test
..............................................4-5
B. High-Low 0 Adjustment
.........................................4-5
4-12 T401, C202 Tuning
...................................................4-6
4-13 100 kHz Amplifier Tuning {L201 Adjustment)
.......................4-6
SECTION V - PARTS LIST
Paragraph Page
5-1 Introduction
.......................................................5-1
SECTION VI - SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 6-1 Schematic Diagrams r
Table of Contents ............................6-1
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