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Tektronix DC 510 Contador
Manufacturer:
Model:
DC 510
Date:
1981
Category:
Group:
Description:
Universal Counter/Timer

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Instrument Description The Tektronix DC 510 is a universal counter/timer Plug-In. It features reciprocal Frequency, Period, Ratio, and Events B During A measurements to 350 MHz. For timing measurements, the Time Interval, Width, Risetime and Falltime functions feature 3.125 nsec single-shot resolution. For these measurements, averaging and identical A and B channels provide increased accuracy. Also included is a time manual mode, as well as three 350 MHz Totalize modes (A, A+B, and A-B). The DC 510 also has an auto-trigger feature, a probe-compensation feature, an auto averages function, and an extensive set of automatic power-up self tests. The DC 510 has a DVM mode that reads out the channel A and channel B trigger level voltages. Shaped outputs and an arming input are available at the front panel. Also available at the front panel is a signal for use with the Probe compensation function. The DC 510 can be equipped with an optional, oven-controlled, 10 MHz crystal Oscillator to obtain an even more stable and precise internal time base. A GPIB conversion kit (Field Modification Kit 040-1023-00) for the DC 510 is available from Tektronix, Inc.

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Servicio y Manual del usuario
Manual type:
Servicio y Manual del usuario
Pages:
153
Size:
37.97 Mbytes (39809916 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
revised
Manual-ID:
070-3552-01
Date:
01 October 1981
Quality:
Documento Scaned, todo legible.
Upload date:
30 December 2017
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829

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ... iii LIST OF TABLES ... iii OPERATORS SAFETY SUMMARY ... iv SERVICE SAFETY SUMMARY ... v Section 1 SPECIFICATION Instalment Description ... 1-1 Instrument Options ... 1-1 Standard Accessories ... 1-1 Performance Conditions ... 1-1 Safety Certification ... 1-1 Electrical Characteristics ... 1-2 Miscellaneous ... 1-12 Environmental ... 1-12 Physical Characteristics ... 1-13 Section 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Introduction ... 2-1 First Time Inspection ... 2-1 Repackaging for Shipment ... 2-1 Operating and Non-Operating Environments ... 2-1 Preparation For Use ... 2-1 Installation and Removal ... 2-1 Front Panel Operation ... 2-3 Front Panel Display ... 2-3 Display ... 2-3 Front Panel Controls ... 2-3 Front Panel Connectors ... 2-3 Front Panel Push Buttons ... 2-5 Operators Familiarization ... 2-7 Introduction ... 2-7 General Operating Characteristics 2-7 Self Test Display ... 2-7 Input Considerations ... 2-8 Maximum Safe Input Voltage Limits ... ‘2-8 Connecting External and Internal Signal Sources ... 2-8 Measurement Considerations ... 2-8 Input Coupling, Noise, and Attenuation ... 2-8 Triggering the Counter ... 2-9 Measurement Examples ... 2-11 Frequency A and Period A ... 2-11 Page Section 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (cont) Ratio B/A ... 2-11 Width A and Time A - B (Time Interval) ... 2-11 Null ... 2-12 Events B During A ... 2-12 Time Manual ... 2-12 Totalize A ... 2-12 Totalize A+ B ... 2-13 Totalize A-B ... 2-13 Risetime A and Falltime A ... 2-13 Probe Compensation ... 2-14 Test Function ... 2-14 Arming (ARM Input) ... 2-15 WARNING THE FOLLOWING SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY. TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY, DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLESS YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO DO SO. Section 3 THEORY OF OPERATION Block Diagram Description ... 3-1 Detailed Circuit Description ... 3-3 Section 4 CALIBRATION Performance Check Procedure ... 4-1 Introduction ... 4-1 Calibration Interval ... 4-1 Service Available ... 4-1 Test Equipment Required ... 4-1 Preliminary Control Settings ... 4-3 Adjustment Procedure ... 4-15 CALIBRATION (cont) Introduction ... 4-15 Test Equipment Required ... 4-15 Preliminary Control Settings ... 4-15 Preparation ... 5-1 Test Equipment ... 5-1 Circuit Board Removal and Replacement ... 5-1 Magnetic Latch Relays ... 5-3 Cleaning Instructions ... 5-4 Ordering Parts ... 5-4 Soldering Techniques ... 5-4 Interconnecting Pins ... 5-5 Square Pin Assemblies ... 5-5 Bottom Entry and Side Entry Circuit Board Pin Sockets ... 5-5 Multipin Connectors ... 5-5 Rear Interface Connectors ... 5-7 Introduction ... 5-7 Functions Available at Right Rear Interface Connector (P1600)____ 5-7 Functions Available at Left Rear Interface Connector (P1820) ... 5-8 Section 5 MAINTENANCE (cont) Diagnostics ... Introduction ... Equipment Required ... Adjustment and Test Point Locations ... Self Test ... TEST Function ... Troubleshooting ... Signature Analysis ... Introduction ... Internal Signature Analysis ... Kernel Signature Analysis ... Selected Components (R1307 and R1326) ... Section 6 OPTONS Option 01 ... Section 7 REPLACEABLE ELECTRICAL PARTS Section 8 DIAGRAMS AND ILLUSTRATIONS Section 9 REPLACEABLE MECHANICAL PARTS

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