Equipment information:

Advantest Corporation TR5823 Counter
Manufacturer:
Advantest Corporation
Model: TR5823
Date: 1982
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Counter
Description:
Information:
                                    The TR5821/5822/5823/5823H are compact, inexpensive
universal counters
with the capabilities comparable to medium-scale counters.
These are the
It became possible to process data with a self-diagnostic
function and
various operations (by using TR1644). Since GPIB, BCD (TTL)
output, and analog output (D/A converter) are available, these
equipments can support various system.
TR5821 is a universal counter that can measure frequencies
of up to
120 MHz, and can display results in arbitrary form with TR1644
(an extra-cost option).
The TR5822 has the same functions as the TR5821 plus a
built-in GPIB
interface, and the functions of the TR5823 include an
ultrahigh-frequency
measurement (1.3 GHz) and a burst signal measurement in
addition to the
functions of the TR5821.
The TR5823H is provided with the high-stability oscillator
(aging rate:
5 x l0 “8/day) as a standard feature plus the capabilities
of the TR5823.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Advantest Corporation -- TR5823 -- User Manual
File name: Advantest-5737-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 109
Size: 1.94 Mbytes (2038271 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: First Printing
Manual-ID/Number: FOE-8311233K03
Date: 1982
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Kim joo sul says...
Please send us the manual sheets of TR5823 Universal counter.
Thanks.
20th July 2015 6:44am
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