Informations de l’équipement

Tektronix 2402A Autre
Fabricant:
Tektronix
Modèle: 2402A
Date: 1991
Catégorie: Mètres
Groupe: Autre
Description: Tekmate
Informations:

The Tektronix 2402A TEKMATE is a portable, compact, low power, AT- and GPIB~488-compatible system. The TEKMATE is ideally suited for applications where 旧M PC Software and bus compatibility are required and where low power consumption, small size, and high reliability are critical. The instrument can add data acquisition and control to your system, and can be mounted onto your Tektronix portable oscilloscope. The 2402A has the following features: • 80C286 microprocessor system 16 MHz CPU clock 3 DMA channels - IBM AT compatible Counter/timers and interrupt controllers - IBM PC compatible •1 M-byte dynamic RAM with parity © IBM AT compatible floppy disk drive Two 3.5 inch micro-floppy disk drives 1.44M-byte formatted capacity per drive • Video controller and Interface (Optional) Standard IBM PC monochrome display (MDA 80 characters by 25 rows) Hercules monochrome graphics (720 by 348 pixels) Standard IBM PC color graphics (CGA 620 by 200 pixels,16 colors) IBM Enhanced graphics (EGA 640 by 350 pixels,16 colors) • External I/O ports 2 Serial RS-232C (the COM 1,and COM 2 ports) Centronics® parallel Printer port IEEE 488 GPIB Keyboard Hardware reset button Audio speaker Power-on LED indicator • XT expansion bus Supports two full PC expansion cards or two half-cards and 1 full card • Versatile Power supply 90-250 VAC, 48-440 Hertz one range input 50 total load Watts available (approximately 24 load Watts available to expansion connectors) 2 A,250 V fuse is internal and located on the Power supply circuit board under the Power supply shield • Real time and date clock Battery backed up

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Type manuel: Service et Manuel de l'utilisateur Tektronix-10032-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages: 253
Taille: 27.08 Mbytes (28391911 Bytes)
Langue: Anglais
Révision: revised
Numéro d’identification: 070-7860-00
Date: 01 septembre 1991
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Illustrations ... vii Tables ... ix Operators Safety Summary ... xi 1 General information General information ... 1-1 Introduction ... 1-1 Product Overview ... 1-1 Standard Accessories ... 1-3 Optional Accessories ... 1-3 Instrument Options ... 1-4 Preparation for Use ... 1-4 Safety ... 1-4 Line Voltage ... 1-5 Line Fuse ... 1-5 Power Cord ... 1-7 instrument Cooling ... 1-7 Start-Up ... 1-7 Shut-Down ... 1-8 Repackaging for Shipment ... 1-8 2 Operation Operation ... 2-1 Introduction ... 2-1 Installation ... 2-1 Operating Considerations ... 2-2 Disk Drives ... 2-2 Inserting and Removing Floppy Disks ... 2-2 Write Protection ... 2-2 Disk and Drive Care ... 2-3 Operation with Keyboard and Monitor ... 2-3 Start-up and Shutdown Procedures ... 2-3 Disk Operating System ... 2-4 Loading DOS ... 2-6 Programming ... 2-11 Configuration File (CONFIG.SYS) ... 2-11 Batch Files ... 2-12 3 Controls, Connectors, and Indicators Controls, Connectors, and Indicators ... 3-1 Power ... 3-1 Front Panel ... 3-3 Rear Panel ... 3-5 RS-232-C Interfaces ... 3-5 Expansion ... 3-10 4 Performance Characteristics Performance Characteristics ... 4-1 Introduction ... 4-1 Performance Conditions ... 4-1 5 Options Options ... 5-1 Options Descriptions ... 5-1 Options A1-A5-International Power Cords ... 5-1 Option 01—24XX DSO Compatibility ... 5-2 Option 1P &2P-HC 100 Pen Plotter ... 5-2 Option 1R-Rackmount ... 5-2 Option 21-Hard Disk ... 5-2 Option 33 — EGA Compatible Video Output ... 5-2 Option 34—VGA Compatible Video Output ... 5-3 Option 39 — Math Coprocessor ... 5-3 Option 45 — 1M Byte RAM ... 5-3 Option 41-Program Development Package ... 5-3 The information in Sections 6 through Appendix F is for qualified service personnel only. Refer to “Service Safety Summary” found immediately preceding Section 6. 6 Performance Check and Adjustment Procedures Performance Check and Adjustment Procedures ... 6-1 Performance Check and Functional Verification ... 6-1 Preparation ... 6-1 Adjustment Procedure ... 6-2 7 Maintenance Maintenance ... 7-1 Static-Sensitive Components ... 7-1 Preventive Maintenance ... ... 7-3 Introduction ... 7-3 General Care ... 7-3 Inspection and Cleaning ... 7-3 Lubrication ... 7-7 Semiconductor Checks ... 7-7 Periodic Readjustment ... 7-7 Troubleshooting ... 7-8 Introduction ... 7-8 Troubleshooting Aids ... 7-9 Troubleshooting Techniques ... 7-11 TEKMATE Optional Diagnostic Routines ... 7-14 Executing the Diagnostics ... 7-16 Test Failure ... 7-21 Corrective Maintenance ... 7-26 Introduction ... 7-26 Maintenance Precautions ... 7-26 Obtaining Replacement Parts ... 7-26 Maintenance Aids ... 7-27 Interconnections ... 7-27 Transistors and Integrated Circuits ... 7-28 Soldering Techniques ... 7-28 Removal and Replacement Instructions ... 7-29 8 Replaceable Electrical and Mechanical Parts Replaceable Electrical and Mechanical Parts ... 8-1 9 Diagrams Diagrams ... 9-1 Appendix A Appendix A ... A-1 Default Settings ... A-1 CPU Board Jumper Locations ... A-1 Configuration Memory ... A-4 Video Board (Option 33) Jumper Locations ... A-5 GPIB Board Switch and Jumper Locations ... A-7 Custom Programming of the CPU Custom Programming of the CPU ... B—1 System Memory Map ... B-3 I/O Address Map ... B-4 Printer Port Jumpers ... B-6 SCSI Soft Configuration Options B-7 Floppy Disk Interface ... B-8 Using the XT Expansion Bus ... B-10 DRAM Memory ... B-11 Byte-Wide Memory ... B-12 Memory Socket Jumper Configuration ... B-13 Video Display (Optional) Mode Jumpering ... B-14 Clock ... B-14 Configuration EEPROM B-15 SETUP.COM ... B-15 SCSI Utilities ... B-23 Preparation for DOS Use ... B-23 SCSIEDIT.COM ... DESCRIPTION ... OPERATION ... 1.Select Hard Disk Drive ... 2. Show Partition Information ... 3. Install DOS Partition ... 4. Remove DOS Partition ... 5. Set ,lB00r Partition ... SCSIFMT.COM ... SETSPEED.COM ... SCSIDRIV.SYS ... Appendix C Appendix C ... Option 33 Video Board ... Operational Modes ... Monitor Specifications ... Video Board Jumpers ... Adapter Type Selection ... Video Mode Selection ... Monitor Type Selection ... Other Jumper Options ... Light Pen Interface ... Option 34 Video Board ... Operational Modes . ... Configuration and Connectors ... CRT Interface Connector-J2 ____ Jumper Configuration ... Flat Pane丨 Inferface Connector-J3 LCD Power Connector—J4 ... Appendix D Appendix D ... GPIB ... GPIB Subsets ... GPIB Functional Description ... GPIB Board Jumper Modifications . • • Appendix E Appendix E ... E-1 ROM Based Operation of the 2402A ... E-1 Introduction ... E-1 How a BIOS Extension Works ... E-1 Structure ... E-2 Location ... E-2 Checksum ... E-2 RAM Usage ... E-2 Using the RS-232-C Using the RS-232-C ... F-1 What is the RS-232-C? ... F-1 The Connector ... F-1 Matching the Signals ... F-4 Full Handshaking ... F-7 Flow Control ... F-9 Communication Via Modems ... F-10 InterfaceParameters ... F-13 RS-232-C Device Interconnection ... F-15 Introduction ... F-15 Determining Device Type ... F-15 Interconnection Rules ... F-16 Interconnection Cable-Type Identification ... F-18 Index

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