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Tektronix 577-177 D2 Test Set
Modello: 577-177 D2
Data: 1981
Categoria: Strumenti di misura
Gruppo: Test Set
Descrizione: Curve tracer

The 577-177-D1 (Storage) or D2 {Non-Storage) Curve Tracer system is a dynamic component tester that permits display of characteristic curves of many types of devices, including: bipolar transistors, field effect transistors, silicon-controlled rectifiers, uni-junction transistors, MOS- FETS, integrated circuits, light coupled devices, capacitors, and relays. The D1 Display Unit features Split-screen storage, 6 1 /2-inch CRT, variable stored brightness, and a beam finder. The D2 Display Unit features a 6 1 /2-inch CRT and a beam finder. The features of the 577 Curve Tracer are: A collector supply variable from 0 to 1600 volts in several operating modes, including AC. The current available varies from 10 A {20 A Pulsed) on the lowest voltage range to 40 mA (80 mA Pulsed) on the highest voltage range. The collector supply power is set using a switch that changes series resistance to maintain the same peak power setting as the voltage range is changed. The collector supply is automatically disabled when the vertical display exceeds 2.5 screen dimensions, helping to protect the device under test from destructive currents. Switching the collector supply polarity automatically changes the polarity of tile step Generator and re-positions the display start to the appropriate position on the CRT screen.

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Tipo manuale: Servizio e manuale utente Tektronix-6472-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pagine: 58
Dimensioni: 2.97 Mbytes (3117408 Bytes)
Lingua: Inglese
Revisione: revised
Manuale-ID/numero: 070-1436-00
Data: 1981
Qualità: Documento scansionato, la lettura in parte male, non in parte leggibile.
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MD5: 73da2175408bf16b8b4bff9745d301a2
Downloads: 509 dal 24 novembre 2014

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1 Introduction 1 Power Source Requirements 2 Function of Controls and Connectors 2 Display Units 577 Curve T racer 2 Collector Sweep 2 Step Generator 5 Horizontal 6 Display 6 Vertical 7 177 Test Fixture 7 Test Fixture Adapters 8 Kelvin Sensing 9 First-Time Operation and Familiarization 10 Preliminary 10 Positioning 11 Collector Supply 11 Step Generator 14 APPLICATIONS 18 Bipolar Transistors 19 Common-Emitter Characteristics 19 Common Measurements 20 Beta 20 Saturation 20 Leakage and Breakdown 21 Low Base-Drive Voltage 23 •c vs. Vbe 23 Common-Base Characteristics 24 Field Effect Transistors 25 Characteristics 25 Common Measurements 26 3m 26 'dss 26 Measuring Small-Signal gm 26 Pinchoff Voltage 26 Finding Zero Temperature Coefficient, Tc 27 Unijunction Transistors 28 Characteristics 28 Common Measurements 28 n 28 Rb2b, 28 VeBtISAT) 29 ■eb2o 29 lB2(MOD) 29 Measuring Negative Resistance 29 Silicon Controlled Rectifiers 30 Characteristics 30 Common Measurements 30 Turn-on Voltage 30 Forward Blocking Voltage 31 Page APPLICATIONS (cont) Reverse Blocking Voltage 31 SCR Forward Voltage Drop 31 SCR Holding Current 31 Triac Characteristics 32 Signal and Rectifying Didoes 33 Characteristics 33 Common Measurements 33 lf and Vf 33 (r and Vr 33 Diode Forward Voltage Drop 33 Diode Characteristics, If vs. Vf 34 Zener Diodes 35 Characteristics 35 Common Measurements 35 V; and lr 35 If and Vf 35 Zener Characteristics at Low Current 35 Zero Temperature Coefficient 35 Zener Tolerance Limits 37 Tunnel Diodes and Back Diodes 38 Characteristics 38 Common Measurements 38 If and Vf 38 lr artd Vr 38 Optical Semiconductor Devices 39 Light-Emitting Diodes 39 Photo Transistors 39 Optically Coupled Isolators 39 Miscellaneous Measurements 40 Relay Characteristics 40 Power supply Load Current 42 In-Circuit Location of Short Circuits 43 Leakage Resistance 43 General Resistance Measurements 43 Gas Discharge Devices 43 Batteries 44 Measuring Capacitance (up to 1000 pF) 44 Measuring Semiconductor Capacitance 44 Measuring Capacitance (1000 pF and up) 45 Polarized Capacitors 46 Incandescent Lamp Characteristics 47 Induction Motors 47 In-circuit Testing 47 Integrated Circuits 49 Digital Circuits 49 Evaluating TTL 50 Vrc Characteristics 51 Linear Circuits 53 Input Current vs. Input voltage 53 Supply Current vs. Supply Voltage 53 Output Current vs. Output Voltage 53


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