Equipment information:

Philips PM3212 Oscilloscope
Manufacturer:
Philips
Model: PM3212
Date: 1977
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Oscilloscope
Description: 25 MHz dual-channel oscilloscope
Information:
                                    The 25 MHz dual-channel oscilloscope PM 3212 is a compact,
lightweight instrument, featuring ergonomic design and
extensive measurement capabilities.
A large 8 x 10 cm screen, with internal graticule lines, a
high intensity trace together with features such as TV
triggering, switchabie trigger modes and adding modes for
the vertical channel, make this instrument suitable for a
very wide range of use,
A double-insulated power supply allows the frame ground to
be directly connected to floating ground circuits provided
this ground does not carry live potentials.
Interference by ground currents, as is frequently
experienced with grounded oscilloscopes, is also
substantially reduced.
Use of the oscilloscope in the field is further facilitated
by optional battery operation.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Philips -- PM3212 -- User Manual
File name: Philips-6729-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 130
Size: 11.38 Mbytes (11932675 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 9499 440 17402
Date: 31 May 1977
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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Information:
1. GENERAL INFORMATION 9
1.1. Introduction 9
1.2. Characteristics ^
1.2.1. C.R.T. 10
1.2.2. Vertical amplifier 10
1.2.3. Time base ^
1.2.4. Triggering ^
1.2.5. X Deflection 11
1.2.6. Calibration generator H
1.2.7. Power supply 12
1.2.8. Environmental characteristics 12
1.2.9. Mechanical data ^
1 ^
1.3. Accessories 10
1 ^
1.3.1. Supplied with the instrument
1.3.2. Optional ^
1 R
1.4. Block diagram description
1.4.1. Y channel ^ ^
1 R
1.4.2. Triggering
1.4.3. Time-base circuit ^
1.4.4. Hold-off circuit ^
1.4.5. Z-axis 15
1.4.6. Power supply ^
2. DIRECTIONS FOR USE 16
2.1. Installation
2.1.1. Safety regulations 1®
2.1.2. Local mains connections and fuse protection 16
2.1.3. Connection to an external supply 1?
2.1.4. Front cover and instrument position 17
2.2. Controls and sockets 17
2.2.1. Cathode-ray tube and power controls 17
2.2.2. Vertical channels
2.2.3. Triggering 18
2.2.4. Horizontal channel 19
2.2.5. Miscellaneous 19
2.3. Operating instructions 20
2.3.1. Switching on the instrument 20
2.3.2. Preliminary settings of the controls 20
2.3.3. Input coupling 20
2.3.4. Use of probes 20
2.3.5. Adjustment of attenuator probes 21
2.3.6. Selection of chopped or alternate modes 21
2.3.7. Differential mode 22
2.3.8. Selection of trigger mode 22
2.3.9. Trigger sources 23
2.3.10. Time-base magnifier 23
2.3.11. X-Y Measurements 24
2.4. Procedures required for the removal of fuses, bezel and
contrast plate 24
2.4.1. Removing the instrument covers 24
2.4.2. Removing the mains transformer 25
2.4.3. Replacing the thermal fuse F101 26
2.4.4. Replacing the fuse F201 26
2.4.5. Removing the bezel and the contrast plate 26
3. SERVICE DATA 63
Philips-6729-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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