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Iwatsu SS-5711 Осциллограф
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Модель: SS-5711
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The 55-5711 is an Oscilloscope with a frequency bandwidth of DC to 100 MHz that can display 8 traces on 4 channels. The SS~5711 is useful in a wide range of applications for not only production lines and maintenance and service purposes but also for the research and development of a variety of electronic devices. The features of the SS-5711 are as follows: 'In addition to display of 8 traces on 4 channels. the SS-5711 has an ADD function for measuring the sum of two signals and CH 2 POLAR for measurement of the difference between two signals. • Both CH 1 and CH 2 have a high deflection factor of 1 mV Idiv (in the x5 MAG function). which permits accurate measurement of voltages. · The horizontal deflection system has sweep rates up to 2 nsec/div (in the xl0 MAG function Iso that even highspeed phenomena can be measured with accuracy. • The SS-5711 has delayed sweep. single sweep. AL T sweep, and X-V operation functions, and a TV synchronizing signal separator circuit so that television and Other composite video signal waveforms can be observed.

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SECTION 1 SPECIFiCATIONS __ ..•.• ... •. 1-1 1-1 GENERAL ... 1-1 1-2 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS .. 1-1 1-2-1 Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT) ... 1-1 1-2-2 Vertical Deflection System ... 1-1 1-2-3 Triggering ... 1-3 1-2-5 x-v Operation ... 1-4 1-2-6 Z-Axis System ... 1-4 1-2-7 Signal Output. ... 1-4 1-2-8 Power supply ... 1-5 1-3 PHASICAL CHARACTERISTICS .. 1-5 1-4 ENVI RONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS ... 1-5 ACCESSORIS ... ••• 2-1 OPERATING PRECAUTIONS ... 2-2 CONTROLS AND SWITCHES ... 2-2 Front Panel ... 2-10 Basic Operation for Signal Observation ... 2-10 Applying Signals ... 2-11 Vertical Defection Factor Setting .2-12 Triggering ... 2-12 Sweep Rate Setting • ... 2-15 APPLIED OPERATIONS FOR SIGNAL OBSERVATION ... 2-15 Operation for Dual-Trace Observation ... 2-15 Operation for Observation of the Sum of Two Signals or Their Difference ... 2-16 Operation for Quadruple-Trace Observation ... 2-16 2·5·4 Operation for Enlarging Waveforms on the CRT Screen ... 2-17 2-5-5 Operation for AL T Sweep ... 2-18 2-5-6 Operation for Observing Television Composite Video Signal Waveforms ... 2-1 9 2-5-7 Operation for Single Sweep ... 2-20 2-5-8 Operation for Use as an x-Y Scope ... 2-21 2-5-9 Z Axis System ... 2-21 SECTION 3 MEASURING PROCEDURES ••••••• 3-1 3-1 ADJUSTMENTS NECESSARY BEFORE MEASUREMENTS ... 3-1 TRACE ROTATION Adjustment. 3-1 GAIN Adjustment. ... 3-1 x5 SAL Adjustment ... 3-1 Probe Phase Adjustment. ... 3-1 MEASURING METHODS ... 3-2 Voltage Measurement. ... 3-2 Current Measurement ... , .. 3-3 Time Measurement ... 3-4 Frequency Measurement ... 3-5 THEORY OF OPERATION ..•.••.• 4-1 GENERAL. ... 4-1 Pre-amplifiers for Channels 1, 2, 3, and 4 ... 4-1 Delay Cable Driver Circuit ... 4-1 Vertical Main Amplifier ... 4-1 Trigger Signal Circuit ... 4-1 TV Trigger Signal Separator Circuit .. 4-1 A and B Trigger Amplifier Circuits .. 4-3 A and B Sawtooth Generator Circuits 4-3 Horizontal Amplifier ... 4-3 Z-Axis Amplifier ... 4-3 CRT Circuit ... 4-4 Low-Voltage Circuit ... 4-4 4-1-12 Calibration Voltage and Current Generator Circuit ... _ . _ . __ . __ 5-1 Cleaning ... _ . _ .. _ . . . . . . . . 5-1 If Unused for a Long Time ... 5-1 Checking .• ... , ... 5-2 Periodic Adjustment .. , . . . . . • .. 5-2 PARTS REPLACEMENT ... 5-2 Cover Removal ... •. 5-2 Printed Circuit Board Parts Replacement. . . . . . . . . . . 5-3 Replacing Resistors, Diodes or IC's ... . 5·3 CRT Replacement ... , 5-4 High-Voltage Power Transformer Replacement. ... 5·5 Replacing Control Knobs and Rotary Switches ... 5-5 Replacing Push button Switches ... 5-5 CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT. _ ••••• 6-1 GENERAL. ... 6-1 PERIOD OF CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ... 6-1 PRECAUTIONS FOR CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ... 6-1 EQUIPMENT REQUIRED ... 6-1 CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ITEMS 6-4 PREPARATION ... 6-6 Power supply DC Level I (Voltage Range) ... 6-6 Power supply DC Level 11 (Ripple Voltage) ... 6-7 AC Line Voltage Range ... 6-B Limiter Level ... 6-9 High-Voltage Power supply ... 6-10 Intensity ... 6-11 Focus ... 6-12 The parallel of the Horizontal Trace and the Horizontal Scale (TRACE ROTATION) ... 6-13 The Parallel of the Vertical Trace and the Vertical Scale (ORTHOGONARITY) ... 6-14 Pattern Distortion. " . " ... .. 6·15 Calibrator OUTPUT ... 6-16 Output Voltage ... •..•.. 6-17 VERTICAL DEFLECTION SYSTEM6-1B ADD Balance ... 6-18 X 5 Balance ... 6-19 mV Balance ... 6-20 Variable Balance.. . ... 6-21 Deflection Factor I (CH1. CH2) ... 6-22 Pulse Response I (CH1. CH2 sag at 10mV/div) ... 6-24 Position Center (CH3. CH4) ... 6-25 Attenuator Compensation I (CH1. CH2) ... 6-26 Attenuator Compensation 11 (CH3. CH4) ... 6-28 Deflection Factor II (CH3. CH4) ... 6-30 Pulse Response III (overshoot and others) ... 6-31 Pulse Response IV (CH3. CH4 sag). ... 6-33 Bandwidth ... 6-34 Linearity ... 6-35 TRIGGERING SYSTEM ... 6-36 F I X triggering level ... 6-36 Triggering Level I (CH1. CH2) ... 6-38 Triggering Level II (CH3. CH4) ... 6-40 HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION SYSTEM ... 6-42 Average Voltage Horizontal Amplifier ... 6-42 Magnification Center .. ... . 6·42 A.B Sweep Start ... 6-43

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