|Tektronix AN/USM-273 Oscilloscope|
The Tektronix Type 453 Oscilloscope is a transistorized portable Oscilloscope designed to operate in a wide range of environmental conditions. The light weight of the Type 453 allows it to be easily transported, while providing the performance necessary for accurate high-frequency measurements. The dual-channel DC-to-50 MHz vertical system provides calibrated deflection factors from 5 millivolts to 10 volts/division. Channels 1 and 2 can be cascaded using an external cable to provide a one millivolt minimum defect- ion factor (both VOLTS/DIV switches set to 5 mV). The trigger circuits provide stable triggering over the full range of vertical frequency response. Separate trigger controls are provided to select the desired triggering for the A and B sweeps. One of three sweep modes can be selected for the A sweep; automatic, normal or single sweep. The horizontal sweep provides a maximum sweep rate of 0.1 microsecond/division (10 nanosecond/division using 10X magnifier) along with a delayed sweep feature for accurate relative-time measurements. Accurate X-Y measurements can be made with Channel 2 providing the vertical deflection, and Channel 1 providing the horizontal [deflection. (TRIGGER switch set to CH 1 ONLY, HORIZ DISPLAY switch set to EXT HORIZ). The regulated DC power supplies maintain constant output over a wide variation of line voltages and frequencies. Total power consumption of the instrument is approximately 90 watts. Information given in this instruction manual applies to the Type R453 also unless otherwise noted. The Type R453 is electrically identical to the Type 453 but is mechanically adapted for mounting in a standard 19-inch rack.
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|Tektronix -- AN/USM-273 -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service and User Manual|
|Size:||20.40 Mbytes (21395619 Bytes)|
|Date:||01 January 1972|
|Quality:||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date:||18 March 2020|
|Downloads:||473 since 18 March 2020|
This copy is a reprint which includes current pages from Changes 1. SECTION A. INTRODUCTION 1. CHARACTERISTICS 2. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . ... . 3. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION ... . 4. MAINTENANCE 5. PERFOR0MANCE CHECK ... . 6. CALIBRATION 7. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS ... . 8. MECHANICAL PARTS IDENTIFICATION ... . 9. DIAGRAMS 10, RACKMOUNTING APPENDIX A . REFERENCES B. ITEMS COMPRISING AN OPERABLE EQUIPMENT ... . C. MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION ... . D. REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST ... .
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