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Philips PM 3267U Oszilloskop
Hersteller:
Philips
Modell: PM 3267U
Datum: 1983
Kategorie: Messgeräte
Gruppe: Oszilloskop
Beschreibung: Portable Oscilloscope
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                                    The portable oscilloscope PM3267U combines dual channel and
dual time-base facilities with an extensive bandwidth of 100MHz.
It enables signals with a sensitivity of 2mV/DfV to be measured.
A wide choice of display modes is available, for example:
single channel, two channels alternately or chopped, and two
channels added.
Both channels can be displayed with 'normal' polarity or
'inverted'.
An additional feature of the instrument is a third channel,
namely, TRIG VIEW, which enables a display of the main
time-base trigger signal.
In addition to the main time-base, the instrument also has a
delayed time-base facility.
With the alternate time-base mode selected, a simultaneous
display of the vertical input signal is possible on the main
and delayed time-base scales.
The instrument operates on ax. supply voltages of 120V, 220V
and 240V, and battery voltages of 20V ...
32V.
The features listed make the PM3267U suitable for a wide
range of measuring applications such as laboratory use,
field service, service-workshops and in education.

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Philips -- PM 3267U -- Bedienungsanleitung
Dateiname: Philips-6723-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Dokumenttyp: Bedienungsanleitung
Seitenanzahl: 56
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Sprache: Englisch
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Dokument-ID/Nummer: 9499 440 24101
Datum: 12 April 1983
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CONTENTS Page
SAFETY
0.1.
Introduction............................
0.2.
Safety precautions .................
0.3.
Caution and warning statements
0.4.
Symbols ...................................
0.5.
Impaired safety-protection . . .
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1.
Introduction
........................................................................
........................................... 3
1.2.
Characteristics
....................................................................
............................................. 3
1.2.1.
Cathode ray tube ...................................
4
1.2.2.
Vertical or Y-axis
..............................................
4
1.2.3.
Trigger view
........................................................
. . . . ................................... 5
1.2.4.
Horizontal or X-axis........................
...................................
............................................. 6
1.2.5.
Triggering..............................................................................
............................................. 8
1.2.6.
Additional characteristics . .
,...............................................
............................................. 9
1.2.7.
Options
................................................................................
............................................. 10
1.2.9.
Environmental characteristics
..............................................
, . . ...................................... 11
1.3.
Accessories............................................................................
1.4.
Accessory information
...........................................................
.........., . ,........................... 13
1.5.
Principle of
operation...................................................
.......................................... 18
1.5.1.
Vertical deflection
................................................
. ....................................... 18
1.5.2.
Horizontal deflection
........................................................ .
........................................... 18
1.5.3.
CRT display
section............................................................
................................... 19
1.5.4.
Power
supply.........................................................................
.......................................... 19
2. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 20
2.1. initial inspection .
........................................................................................................
, , 20
2.2. Safety
instructions..........................................................................................................
20
2.2.1.
Earthing.........................................................................................................................20
2.2.2. Line voltage setting and
fuses..........................................................................................
20
2.3. Removing and fitting the front
cover..............................................................................
21
2.4. Operating position of the
instrument...............................................................................
21
2.5. Battery
operation..............................................................................................................
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
26
3.1. General
information.............................................................................................................26
3.2. Switching
on.........................................................................................................................26
3.3. Explanation of controls and
sockets....................................................................................27
3.3.1. CRT section
...............................................27
3.3.2. Vertical section
....................................................................................................................27
3.3.3. Horizontal section
................................................................................................................28
3.3.4. Main
time-base......................................................................................................................29
3.3.5. Delayed
time-base.................................................................................................................31
3.3.6. Rear-panel sockets
...............................................................................................................32
3.4. Detailed operating
information.........................................
................................................33
3.4.1. Preliminary control settings and
connections...................................................................33
3.4.2. Inputs A and B ...
................................................................................................................33
3.4.3. Triggering
...............................................................................................................................35
3.4.4. X
magnifier..........................................................................................................................37
3.4.5. The delayed time-base
.........................................................................................................38
3.4.6. The trigger view channel
....................................... . 38
4. BRIEF CHECKING PROCEDURE 40
4.1. Genera!
information..........................................................................................................40
4.2. Preliminary settings and connections
................................................................................40
4.2.1. Trace
rotation...................................................................................................................40
4.2.2. Use of
probes................................................................................
......................................41
4.2.3. Vertical channels .
...............................................................................................................41
4.2.4. Time-bases and triggering
....................................................................................................42
5. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 43
5.1. General information
...........................................................................................................43
5.2. Cleaning the nextel suede coating
...............................................................··.......................43
5.3. Removing the bezel and contrast
plate..............................................................................43
5.4.
Recalibration......................................................................................................................44
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