|AVO EA 113 Analog multimeter|
For almost fifty years the Avometer has built for itself an unrivalled reputation for reliability and service. It is, however, inevitable that instruments fail from time to time, mainly due to accidental misuse, and when they do, it is essential that they are repaired to the highest possible standard. This booklet has been produced therefore to aid our customers and associates, both at home and overseas, and it is hoped that it will form a useful guide to the trained engineer who has the task of servicing our products. The instrument has not been dealt with in absolute detail, for to do so, would be beyond the scope of this publication, although it is assumed that the engineer undertaking the work has a good knowledge of the principles of moving coil multi-range measuring instruments and electronics. The instrument has been f broken down1 in such a manner that an engineer with suitable tools and test gear, can take Avo components and spare parts and fit them into the instrument, which will then only require a minimum degree of calibration and test. Particular note should be taken of the advice which is given regarding the use of complete sub-assemblies. It is advisable to keep a number of key items in stock, in order that they can be immediately available when required. A faulty movement can be returned to the factory and an allowance will be made for serviceable component parts. No attempt should be made to service an Avometer unless the full range of recommended test equipment, is available. In the event of a major overhaul the instrument should be returned to the Avo representative in your territory.
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|AVO -- EA 113 -- Service Manual|
|Manual Type||Service Manual|
|Size||6.87 Mbytes (7201545 Bytes)|
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|Upload date||07 March 2015|
|Downloads||298 since 07 March 2015|
|Uploaded by:||Paul Adams|
Introduction 5 TEST FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED 1. Essential Test Facilities, Equipment and Conditions 6 Instruments and Test Gear 6 Tools and Other Aids 7 Spare Parts 7 Miscellaneous Items 7 PRELIMINARY PROCEDURE 2. Suggested Repair Procedure 8 3. Consideration of Customer’s Report g 4. Rapid Functional Checks 9 REMOVAL OF ASSEMBLIES 5. Replacement of Battery or Fuse -jq 6. Removal of the Panel from the Case n 7. Removal of the Printed Circuit Range Board n 8. Removal of the Amplifier Board n 9. Removal of the Movement from the Panel 12 FAULT FINDING AND SERVICING INFORMATION 10. Fault Finding Table 13 11. Servicing Information 14 DISMANTLING AND REPLACEMENT 12. Dismantling the Movement 17 13. Front Panel Replacement 19 14. Slide Switch Replacement 20 ELECTRICAL TESTING 15. Transistor Selection Procedure 21 16. General Functional Check 21 17. D.C. Calibration Tests and Adjustments 21 18. A.C. Calibration Tests and Adjustments 22 19. Final Procedure. 23 20. Plates, Components List and Circuit Diagrams. 24
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