Equipment information:

Philips PM 3267 Oscilloscope
Manufacturer:
Philips
Model: PM 3267
Date: 1982
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Oscilloscope
Description: 100 MHz general-purpose oscilloscope
Information:
                                    PM 3267 has been designed for a wide range of applications -
from the simple to the sophisticated - in workshops,
laboratories or tough field conditions. In particular those
engineers with nonspecialist experience in electronics
seeking easy-to-operate test equipment will find the PM 3267
a most useful, uncomplicated tool, well within the scope of
their understanding.
Its vertical deflection characteristics make it more than
adequate to use with modern logic techniques, whilst its
wide trigger bandwidth allows the display of very high
frequency, complex signals.
Its many attractive features include: -Trigger view which
allows the active trigger point to be observed on a third
channel
-Alternate time base switching for
simultaneous display of a complete signal and magnified
detail over the full screen width
- Independent triggering of the main and delayed time bases,
very important in digital applications
-Automatic triggering including video waveform applications
- External Z-modulation facility allowing an additional
timing facility via blanked markers
- 'Out of calibration' warnings indicated by front panel lamps
The instrument will operate from an external 24Vqc power
supply as well as standard line voltages between 90V and
270V (up to 440 Hz). This facility, plus the completely
sealed sturdy metal case, increase the application
possibilities beyond the laboratory or workbench, into more
hostile environments.
Flexible triggering
Main and delayed time bases can be triggered independently
and composite triggering is possible. TV triggering vyith
automatic changeover from line to 18
frame is standard. Capturing single shot signals is
simplified by a LED indicator which illuminates when the
instrument has triggered.
Automatic triggering of ECL or TTL levels is an optional extra.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Philips -- PM 3267 -- User Manual
File name: Philips-6722-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 43
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Manual-ID/Number: 9499 440 22801
Date: November 1982
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION 1
1.1.
Introduction...................................................................................................................1
1.2.
Characteristics................................................................................................................2
1.2.1. Cathode ray
tube............................................................................................................2
1.2.2. Vertical or
Y-axis.............................................................................................................2
1.2.3. Trigger view
.....................................................................................................................3
1.2.4. Horizontal or
X-axis......................................................................................................4
1.2.5.
Triggering.......................................................................................................................6
1.2.6. Additional characteristics
...............................................................................................7
1.2.7. Options
.........................................................................................................................8
1.2.8. Mechanical
data..............................................................................................................9
1.2.9. Environmental
characteristics..........................................................................................9
1.3. Accessories
.................................................................................................................10
1.3.1. Accessories supplied with the instrument
.....................................................................10
1.3.2. Optional accessories
......................................................................................................10
1.4. Accessory information
....................................................................................................11
1.5. Principle of operation
...................................................................................................16
1.5.1. Vertical deflection
........................................................................................................16
1.5.2. Horizontal deflection
...................................................................................................16
1.5.3. CRT display section
.....................................................................................................17
1.5.4. Power supply .
..................................................
............................................................17
2. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 18
2.1. Important safety
instructions........................................................................................18
2.2. Removing and fitting the front
cover..........................................................................18
2.3. Position of the
instrument............................................................................................18
2.4. Mains voltage settings and
fuses.....................................................................................18
2.5. External 24Volt D.C.
supply.........................................................................................19
2.6. Earthing
.........................................................................................................................19
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
24
3.1. General
information......................................................................................................24
3.2. Switching
on..................................................................................................................24
3.3. Explanation of controls and
sockets..............................................................................25
3.3.1. CRT section
...............................................................................
,...............................25
3.3.2. Vertical section
..................................................................................................
25
3.3.3. Horizontal section
............................................................. .........................................26
3.3.4. Main time-base
...............................................................................................................27
3.3.5. Delayed
time-base...................................................................................................
29
3.3.6. Rear-panel sockets
.............................................................................................
30
3.4. Detailed operating
information.....................................................................................31
3.4.1. Preliminary control settings and
connections................................................................31
3.4.2. Inputs A and
B..............................................................................................................31
3.4.3.
Triggering.....................................................................................................................33
3.4.4. X magnifier........................................
........................................................ 35
3.4.5. The delayed time-base
...............................................................................................
. 36
3.4.6. The trigger view channel
..............................................................................................36
4. BRIEF CHECKING PROCEDURE 38
4.1. General
information.................................................. ................................................38
4.2. Preliminary settings and connections
............................................................................38
4.2.1. Trace rotation
..............................................................................................................38
4.2.2. Use of probes
..................................................................................................................38
4.2.3. Vertical
channels........................................................
................................................39
4.2.4. Time-bases and
triggering..............................................................................................40
5. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 41
5.1. General information
......................................................................................................41
5.2. Cleaning the nextel suede coating
...............................................................................41
5.3. Removing the bezel and contrast
plate.........................................................................41
5.4. Recalibration
...................................................................................
.............................42
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Philips -- PM 3267 -- Datasheet
File name: Philips-8643-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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