|Hewlett Packard 5372A Analyzer|
|Description:||Frequency and Time Interval Analyzer|
The IIP 5372A Frequency and Time Interval Analyzer is a precision frequency and time interval measuring instrument that uses a new counting technique called "continuous measurement". This new counting technique provides contiguous frequency and time interval measurements with a wide range of arming and triggering features. Time-sampling of frequency and time interval measurements up to 13.3 MHz eliminating measurement "dead time" is attainable. Trigger events are time-stamped and stored for post-processing by a 68020 microprocessor. A special integrated circuit, called a Sequencer, controls the arming of three 32-bit count chains, each operating simultaneously and using two 16-bit Zero-Dead-Time counters (ZDTs). A new interpolation technique resolves measurements to 200 ps LSD. High-speed memory provides built-in statistical analysis capability. A front-panel CRT display allows presentation of measurement data and user-friendly Interface. The HP 5372A has two independent measurement channels, A and B, and an external arming input (an optional high-frequency C-Channel is available). Arming can occur on any of the three standard inputs and can be specified by time, events, signal edge, cycle, or parity. In addition to making frequency (and period) and time interval measurements, the HP 5372A can make the following measurements: ■ Positive and Negative Pulse Width ■ Rise and Fall Time ■ Totalize ■ Phase ■ Peak Amplitude ■ Duty Cycle ■ Phase Deviation ■ Time Deviation ■ Simultaneous Dual-channel Frequency The HP 5372A can analyze measurement data to produce histograms, time variance graphs, event timing graphs, limit tests, Allan Variance, and more. Additional features include (1) HP-IB compatibility with enhanced control language, (2) CRT screen printout capability, (3) diagnostic capability accessible via the front panel, (4) statistics and math capability, (5) save and recall of instrument setups, and (6) graphics capability.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Hewlett Packard -- 5372A -- Service Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service Manual|
|Size:||20.64 Mbytes (21644614 Bytes)|
|Quality:||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date:||31 May 2015|
|Downloads:||974 since 31 May 2015|
Serial Number Prefix: 2952 The HP 5372A Service Manual provides information on testing, adjusting, troubleshooting, and repairing the HP 5372A Frequency and Time Interval Analyzer. 1-2. SERVICE MANUAL ORGANIZATION AND CONTENTS The HP 5372A Service Manual is organized as follows: CHAPTER 1 — GENERAL INFORMATION - Provides information on the organization and content of the service manual. This chapter contains information on many different topics, including safety considerations and test equipment. Three retrofit installation procedures are also listed. CHAPTER 2 — PERFORMANCE TESTS - Provides procedures for operation verification, complete performance testing, and HP-IB verification. The verification procedures are used to give a high degree of confidence that the HP 5372A is operating properly. The complete performance test is used to verify that the electrical performance of the HP 5372A is within specifications, listed in Appendix A. CHAPTER 3 — ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES - Provides procedures required to maintain the instrument operating characteristics within specifications. CHAPTER 4 — REPLACEABLE PARTS - Provides ordering information for all replaceable parts and assemblies within the instrument. CHAPTER 5 — OVERALL TROUBLESHOOTING - Provides information on the HP 5372A service strategy, and using the diagnostic test failure messages to determine the faulty assembly/component. This chapter also provides information on dead-instrument troubleshooting. CHAPTER 6 — THEORY OF OPERATION - Provides an overall description of the HP 5372A. This chapter also contains block diagrams at several functional levels. CHAPTER 7 — A2 INPUT Amplifier Provides component-level theory of operation, troubleshooting procedures, block diagram, component locator, and schematic diagrams for the A2 assembly. CHAPTER 8 — A3 TIME Provides component-level theory of operation, troubleshooting procedures, block diagram, component locator, and schematic diagrams for the A3 assembly. CHAPTER 9 — A4 INTERPOLATOR Provides component-level theory of operation, troubleshooting procedures, block diagram, component locator, and schematic diagrams for the A4 assembly. CHAPTER 10 — A5 EVENT Provides component-level theory of operation, troubleshooting procedures, block diagram, component locator, and schematic diagrams for the A5 assembly. CHAPTER 11 — A12 MOTHERBOARD Provides component-level theory of operation, troubleshooting procedures, block diagram, component locator, and schematic diagrams for the A12 assembly. CHAPTER 12 — C-CHANNEL Provides component-level theory of operation, troubleshooting procedures, block diagram, component locator, and schematic diagrams for the A20 assembly. APPENDIX A — SPECIFICATIONS - Provides all specifications of the HP 5372A. This appendix also lists typical, non-warranted operating characteristics. APPENDIX B — FUNCTIONS/ARMING - Provides descriptions of the various measurement functions and arming modes. APPENDIX C — DIAGNOSTICS - Provides detailed information on all built-in diagnostic tests that can be used to verify various functional subsections of the instrument's circuitry.
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