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Philips PM 3585/90 Логический анализатор
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Группа: Логический анализатор
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The PM 3580/PM 3585 family of logic analyzers are State and Timing Logic Analyzers for use within the R & D, Manufacturing, Service and Education environments. They are available in 32/64/96 channel models. The operating speed of the PM 3580 is 100 MHz and the operating speed of the PM 3585 is 200 MHz. The PM 3580 and the PM 3585 each come in two basic models, these are: PM 3580/30 32 Dual analysis channels with 100 MHz Timing, 50 MHz state and 1K deep acquisition memory. PM 3580/60 64 Dual analysis channels with 100 MHz Timing, 50 MHz state and 1K deep acquisition memory. PM 3585/60 64 Dual analysis channels with 200 MHz Timing, 50 MHz state and 2K deep acquisition memory. PM 3585/90 96 Dual analysis channels with 200 MHz Timing, 50 MHz state and 2K deep acquisition memory. All of the above models have the following standard features: Human Interface of an integral keypad and rotary knob, and a nine inch white phosphor, high resolution CRT. 3.5 inch micro floppy disc drive for setup, storage and retrieval of data. Rear mounted BNC connections for input and output of trigger signals. External video port. Centronics Printer Interface. RS-232-C ports for Other peripherals to be connected, e.g. a printer. W Data acquisition is via any or all of the six inputs on the front of the unit. The system assembly board centres on the 68070 16/32 bit CPU. It is accompanied by powerful data acquisition ASIC’s that analyze the data received from the target system. An Interface is used to ensure that the acquisition system is fully compatible with that of the CPU architecture. The system assembly board also contains the circuitry required to Interface with the keyboard, disk drive, the CRT and the output ports.

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This manual contains all the information for completing installation, maintenance, calibration and servicing on the Logic Analyzers in the PM 3580/PM 3585 series. I. GENERAL ... 1 1.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ... I 1.2 GUARANTEE STATEMENT ... ii 1.3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ... iii 1.4 IMPAIRED SAFETY PROTECTION ... iv 1.5 GENERAL CLAUSES ... iv 1. INTRODUCTION ... 1 1.1 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ... 2 1.2 PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT ... 3 2. INSTALLATION AND DISMANTLING ... 1 2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ... 2 2.1.1 SAFETY NOTICE ... 2 2.1.2 REQUIRED TOOLS AND MATERIALS ... 3 2.2 MAINS VOLTAGE SETTING ... 4 2.3 ACCESS TO PARTS ... 5 2.3.1 REAR ACCESS PLATE ... 5 2.3.2 INSTRUMENT SLEEVE ... 6 2.3.3 HANDLE ... 7 2.3.4 DISK DRIVE ASSEMBLY ... 8 2.3.5 KEYBOARD ASSEMBLY ... 9 2.3.6 MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY ... 10 2.3.7 Power supply UNIT ASSEMBLY ... 11 2.3.8 FAN UNIT ASSEMBLY ... 12 2.3.9 VISUAL DISPLAY UNIT ASSEMBLY ... 13 3. MAINFRAME ... 1 3.1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION ... 2 3.2 Power supply ... 3 3.2.1 Block Diagram description ... 4 3.2.2 Circuit description ... 7 3.3 FLOPPY DISK DRIVE ... 13 3.3.1 Drive Performance Specifications ... 13 3.3.2 Drive Reliability ... 13 3.3.3 Electronic Circuitry ... 13 3.3.4 Setting the jumpers on a replacement floppy drive ... 15 3.4 KEYBOARD ... 18 3.5 VIDEO MONITOR ... 21 3.5.1 General information ... 21 3.5.2 Circuit description ... ... 21 3.6 FAN UNIT ... 25 3.7 MAIN-BOARD HARDWARE DESCRIPTION ... 25 3.7.1 General structure main-board ... 25 3.7.2 The different boards ... 26 3.7.3 The CPU section ... 29 3.7.4 Data Acquisition section ... 48 4. VARIOUS ADJUSTMENTS AND JUMPER SETTINGS ... 1 4.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ... 2 4.2 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES ... 3 4.2.1 Power supply ADJUSTMENT ... 3 4.2.2 Power supply CHECKING ... 6 4.2.3 ADJUSTMENT OF THE MONITOR ... 7 4.2.4 ADJUSTMENT OF THE REAL TIME CLOCK ... 11 4.3 JUMPERS AND CONNECTORS ... 12 4.3.1 JUMPER SETTINGS ... 13 5. ADAPTORS ... 1 5.1 INTRODUCTION ... 2 5.1.1 TIMING ADAPTORS ... 2 5.1.2 MICROPROCESSOR ADAPTORS ... 3 5.1.3 OVERALL SIGNAL PATH ... 3 5.2. SERVICING THE ADAPTORS ... 4 5.3. CURRENTLY SUPPORTED ADAPTORS ... 6 6. DIAGNOSTIC TESTS ... 1 6.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ... 2 6.1.1 TEST EQUIPMENT ... 3 6.2 POWER ON SELF TEST ... 3 6.2.1 GENERAL ... 3 6.2.2 STACK TEST ... 3 6.2.3 ROM TEST ... 4 6.2.4 RAM TEST ... 4 6.2.5 FLOPPY CONTROLLER TEST ... 4 6.2.6 MULTI FUNCTION PERIPHERAL (MFP) ... 4 6.3 DIAGNOSTIC TEST DISKETTE ... 4 6.3.1 RAM TEST ... 6 6.3.2 CHECK-SUM EPROM’S ... 7 6.3.3 VIDEO CONTROLLER TEST (VSC) ... 8 6.3.4 68070 TIMER TEST ... 9 6.3.5 KEYBOARD TEST ... 9 6.3.6 RS-232 CONNECTOR ... 10 6.3.7 CENTRONICS TEST ... 10 6.3.8 FLOPPY CONTROLLER ... 12 6.3.9 SET DATE AND TIME ... 13 6.3.10 MULTI-FUNCTION PERIPHERAL (MFP) ... 13 6.3.11 LOGIC TARGET ... 13 6.4 BOUNDARY SCAN TEST ; ... 14 6.4.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ... 14 6.4.2 ERROR REPORTS ... 19 6.4.3 ERROR DEFINITIONS ... 20 6.4.4. EXPLANATIONS OF ERROR REPORTS ... 21 7. CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE ... 1 7.1 REPLACEMENTS ... 2 7.1.1 STANDARD PARTS ... 2 7.1.2 SPECIAL PARTS ... 2 7.1.3 TRANSISTORS AND INTEGRATED CIRCUITS ... 2 7.1.4 STATIC SENSITIVE COMPONENTS ... 3 7.2 SOLDERING TECHNIQUES ... 4 7.2.1 SEMICONDUCTORS ... 4 7.2.2 MICRO-MINIATURE SEMICONDUCTORS ... 5 7.2.3 ASIC’s ... 5 7.3 RE-CALIBRATION AFTER REPAIR ... 9 8. SPECIFICATION ... 1 8.1 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS ... 3 8.1.1 DIMENSIONS ... 3 8.1.2. WEIGHT ... 3 8.1.3 DISPLAY ... 3 8.1.4. POWER ... 3 8.2 ENVIRONMENTAL DATA ... 3 8.2.1 STANDARDS ... 3 8.2.2 TEMPERATURE ... 3 8.2.3 RELATIVE HUMIDITY ... 3 8.2.4 ALTITUDE ... 4 8.2.5 VIBRATION ... 4 8.2.6 EMI ... 4 8.2.7 SAFETY ... 4 8.3 INPUT SECTION ... ... 4 8.4 CONFIGURATIONS ... 5 8.4.1 TIMING Analyzer ... 5 8.4.2 GLITCH ANALYZER ... 5 8.4.3 STATE ANALYZER ... 6 8.5 DATA MEMORY STORAGE MODES ... 7 8.6 TRIGGER SEQUENCER ... 8 8.6.1 TRIGGER RECOGNIZER’S ... 9 8.6.2 TIME-OUT COUNTER ... 10 8.6.3 TRIGGER POSITIONS ... 10 8.6.4 EXTERNAL TRIGGERING ... 10 8.6.5 SELECTIVE STATE STORAGE ... 11 8.7 ACQUISITION FUNCTIONS ... 11 8.8 LOGIC PROBING ... 12 8.9 LABEL FORMATTING AND ATTRIBUTES ... 12 8.10 DATA DISPLAY ... 12 8.11 DATA/SETTING STORAGE ... 13 8.12 HARD-COPY OUTPUT ... 13 8.13 EXTERNAL VIDEO OUTPUT ... 14 8.14 EXTERNAL BNC TRIGGER ... 14 8.15 EXTERNAL BNC TRIGGER OUT ... 14 9. SPARE PARTS ... 1 9.1 UNITS & ASSEMBLIES ... 2 9.2 MAIN BOARD PARTS ... 3 9.2.1 ASIC’s ... 3 9.2.2 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS ... 3 9.2.3 XTALS ... 4 9.2.4 SEMI-CONDUCTORS ... 4 9.2.5 CAPACITORS ... 4 9.2.6 RESISTORS ... 5 9.2.7 CONNECTORS ... 6 9.2.8 MISCELLANEOUS ... 6 9.3 MONITOR ... 7 9.3.1 CONTROL BOARD PARTS ... 7 9.3.2 CRT BOARD PARTS ... 9 9.4 Power supply PARTS ... 9 9.5 KEYBOARD UNIT PARTS ... 10 9.6 GENERAL PARTS ... 10 9.7 ADAPTORS ... 11 9.8 TEST EQUIPMENT ... 11 INDEX ... 1

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