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Kenwood CS-1562 Oscilloscope
Model: CS-1562
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Oscilloscope
Description: High Stability Dual Trace Oscilloscope

* The adoption of ICs throughout assures high performance and improved reliability. * Vertical axis of low input capacitance (22 ±3pF) for 2-channel operation provides high sensitivity and wide band-width (10mV/div, 10 MHz). * The high voltage power for CRT as well as the power for other circuits is fully stabilized because of the use of DC-DC converter, thus the sensitivity and brightness are completely free from effects of voltage variations. * Low power consumption (20W) for cool operation. * X-Y operation is possible with CH2 Amplifier used as X axis. The horizontal axis sensitivity is as high as 10mV/div, permitting accurate calibrations. * Time base switch allows changeover between CHOP and ALT and between V (vertical) and H (horizontal) of TV sync separator circuit, automatically and electronically. * At AUTO position of TRIG LEVEL, it is possible to check the brightness at no-signal time and to adjust triggering level of input waveforms. * All component parts are cleverly mounted on circuit boards for improved reliability. * Easy correction of horizontal trace angle with unique trace rotation system.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type: Service and User Manual Kenwood-10812-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 16
Size: 555.73 Kbytes (569070 Bytes)
Language: english
Manual-ID/Number: B50-2867-00
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Instruction Manual FEATURES ... 2 SPECIFICATIONS ... 2 CONTROLS ON PANELS ... 4 Front Panel ... 4 Rear Panel ... 6 OPERATION ... 6 Preliminary Operation ... 6 Operating Procedures ... 7 APPLICATIONS ... 7 Dual-trace Applications ... 7 Single-channel Applications ... 15 FM Receiver Adjustments ... 17 X-Y Applications ... 18 Amplifier Square Wave Test ... 19 PRECAUTIONS ... 24 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT ... 24 Maintenance ... 24 Adjustment ... 25 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM ... 27


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