Equipment information:

Tektronix 2213 Oscilloscope
Manufacturer:
Tektronix
Model: 2213
Date:
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Oscilloscope
Description:
Information:
                                    The TEKTRONIX 2213 Oscilloscope is a rugged, lightweight,
dual-channel, 60-MHz instrument that features a bright,
sharply defined trace on an 80- by 100-mm cathode- ray tube
(crt). Its vertical system provides calibrated deflection
factors from 2 mV per division to 10 V per division. Trigger
circuits enable stable triggering over the full bandwidth of
the vertical system. The horizontal system provides
calibrated sweep speeds from 0.5 s per division to 50 ns per
division along with a delayed-sweep feature. A X10 magnifier
extends the maximum sweep speed to 5 ns per division.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Tektronix -- 2213 -- Service Manual
File name: Tektronix-6474-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service Manual
Pages: 224
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Language: english
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Information:
LIST OF
ILLUSTRATIONS............................................iv
LIST OF
TABLES...............................................................v
OPERATORS SAFETY SUMMARY..............................vi
SERVICING SAFETY SUMMARY.................................vii
SECTION 1 SPECIFICATION
INTRODUCTION................................. 1-1
ACCESSORIES...................................... 1-1
PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS ... 1-1
SECTION 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PREPARATION FOR USE......................2-1
SAFETY.................................................2-1
LINE VOLTAGE.................................2-1
POWER CORD......................................2-1
LINE FUSE...........................................2-1
CONTROLS, CONNECTORS,
AND INDICATORS...................................2-3
POWER, DISPLAY, AND
PROBE ADJUST...................................2-3
VERTICAL............................................2-3
HORIZONTAL......................................2-5
TRIGGER..............................................2-5
REAR PANEL......................................2-7
OPERATING CONSIDERATIONS. ... 2-8
GRATICULE.........................................2-8
GROUNDING......................................2-8
SIGNAL CONNECTIONS...................2-8
INPUT COUPLING CAPACITOR
PRECHARGING...................................2-8
INSTRUMENT COOLING................2-9
OSCILLOSCOPE DISPLAYS...................2-9
INTRODUCTION.................................2-9
BASELINE TRACE............................2-9
SIGNAL DISPLAY..............................2-9
MAGNIFIED-SWEEP DISPLAY____2-10
DELAYED-SWEEP DISPLAY...........2-10
X-Y DISPLAY......................................2-10
TV SIGNAL DISPLAYS....................... 2-11
Page
SECTION 3 THEORY OF OPERATION
INTRODUCTION......................................3-1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION......................3-2
DETAILED CIRCUIT
DESCRIPTION............................................3-4
VERTICAL ATTENUATORS...........3-4
Input Coupling.................................3-4
High-Z Attenuator...........................3-4
Buffer Amplifier and Low-Z
Attenuator.........................................3-5
Volts/Div Var Circuit and
X1/X10 Amplifier...........................3-6
VERTICAL PREAMPS........................3-6
Channel 1 Vertical Preamplifier . . 3-6
Channel 2 Vertical Preamplifier . . 3-6 Internal Trigger Pickoff
Amplifier............................................3-7
CHANNEL SWITCH AND
VERTICAL OUTPUT.........................3-7
Diode Gates......................................3-7
Delay Line Driver...........................3-8
Delay Line.........................................3-9
Vertical Output Amplifier..............3-9
Channel Switching Logic
Circuit.................................................3-9
Internal Trigger Switching
Logic.................................................3-10
TRIGGER..............................................3-12
Internal Trigger Amplifier..............3-13
Trigger Source-Switching
Circuit.................................................3-13
External Trigger Amplifier...........3-13
Auto Trigger Circuit........................3-13
Trigger Level Comparator..............3-14
Inverting Amplifier and
TV Trigger Ci rcu it...........................3-14
Schmitt Trigger Circuit...................3-15
Auto Baseline Circuit......................3-15
SWEEP GENERATOR AND
LOGIC....................................................3-15
Miller Sweep Generator................3-15
Sweep Logic......................................3-16
Delay Circuit....................................3-18
SECTION 3 THEORY OF OPERATION (cont)
DETAILED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION (cont)
AUTO INTENSITY AND Z-AXIS
AMPLIFIER............................................3-19
Auto Intensity.................................3-19
Z-Axis Amplifier..............................3-20
HORIZONTAL......................................3-20
Horizontal Preamplifier................3-20
XY Amplifier...................................3-21
Horizontal Output Amplifier. . . . 3-22
POWER SUPPLY.................................3-22
Power Input......................................3-22
Preregulator......................................3-22
Inverter..............................................3-23
CRT Supply......................................3-24
Auto Focus Circuit........................3-24
Low-Voltage Supplies......................3-24
DC Restorer......................................3-24
SECTION 4 PERFORMANCE CHECK PROCEDURE
INTRODUCTION......................................4-1
PURPOSE..............................................4-1
TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED .. . 4-1
LIMITS AND TOLERANCES...........4-1
PREPARATION...................................4-1
INDEX TO PERFORMANCE
CHECK STEPS......................................4-3
VERTICAL.................................................4-4
HORIZONTAL............................................4-6
TRIGGERING............................................4-9
EXTERNAL Z-AXIS AND
PROBE ADJUST.........................................4-12
SECTION 5 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
INTRODUCTION......................................5-1
PURPOSE..............................................5-1
TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED ... 5-1
LIMITS AND TOLERANCES...........5-1
PARTIAL PROCEDURES................5-1
ADJUSTMENT INTERACTION ... 5-1 PREPARATION FOR
ADJUSTMENT......................................5-3
INDEX TO ADJUSTMENT
PROCEDURE.........................................5-3
POWER SUPPLY AND CRT
DISPLAY....................................................5-4
VERTICAL.................................................5-7
HORIZONTAL............................................5-13
TRIGGERING............................................5-17
EXTERNAL Z-AXIS AND
PROBE ADJUST.........................................5-20
SECTION 6 MAINTENANCE
STATIC-SENSITIVE COMPONENTS . . 6-1
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE...........6-2
INTRODUCTION.................................6-2
GENERAL CARE.................................6-2
INSPECTION AND CLEANING ... 6-2
LUBRICATION....................................6-4
SEMICONDUCTOR CHECKS...........6-4
PERIODIC READJUSTMENT...........6-4
TROUBLESHOOTING..............................6-5
INTRODUCTION.................................6-5
TROUBLESHOOTING AIDS...........6-5
TROUBLESHOOTING
EQUIPMENT.........................................6-7
TROUBLESHOOTING
TECHNIQUES......................................6-7
CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE...........6-10
INTRODUCTION.................................6-10
MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS . . 6-10 OBTAINING REPLACEMENT
PARTS....................................................6-10
MAINTENANCE AIDS......................6-10
SECTION 6 MAINTENANCE (cont)
INTERCONNECTIONS......................6-10
TRANSISTORSAND
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS................6-11
SOLDERING TECHNIQUES..............6-12
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
INSTRUCTIONS...................................6-13
Cabinet..............................................6-13
Cathode-Ray Tube...........................6-13
High-Voltage Shield.........................6-14
Attenuator/Sweep Circuit
Board.................................................6-14
Front-Panel Circuit Board..............6-15
Main Circuit Board........................6-16
Current Limit Circuit Board .... 6-18
REPACKAGING FOR SHIPMENT. . 6-18
SECTION 7 OPTIONS
SECTION 8 REPLACEABLE ELECTRICAL PARTS SECTION 9 DIAGRAMS
SECTION 10 REPLACEABLE MECHANICAL PARTS ACCESSORIES
INTERNATIONAL SALES 8c SERVICE OFFICES U.S. SALES & SERVICE
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