Equipment information:

Hewlett Packard 5382A Frequency counter
Manufacturer:
Hewlett Packard
Model: 5382A
Date: 1974
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Frequency counter
Description:
Information:
                                    The HP Model 5382A Frequency Counter (see Figure 1-1) is a
direct-counting frequency counter that has a range of 10 Hz
to 225 MHz. Eight display digits are provided. Front-panel
controls allow a selection of gate times and attenuation
factors of the input signal. A rear-panel connector and
associated selector switch allow connection of an external
time base oscillator. This feature also allows ratio
measurements to be made by the counter. When the optional
temperature compensated crystal oscillator is included
(Option 001), the switch is not provided and the connector
allows external use of the 10 MHz time base oscillator.
Refer to Table 1-1 for all counter specifications.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Hewlett Packard -- 5382A -- Service and User Manual
File name: HewlettPackard-6819-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 43
Size: 7.57 Mbytes (7934741 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 05382-90001
Date: May 1974
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Information:
GENERAL INFORMATION
...........................................................................
i”1
1-1.
Introduction...........................................................................................
I-*
1-3. Instrument Description
.........................................................................
I-1
1-5. Instrument Identification
......................................................................
1-8. Specifications
........................................................................................
1“2
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
............................................................ 2-1
2-1.
Introduction...........................................................................................
2-1
2-3. Unpacking and
Inspection....................................................................
2-1
2-5. Storage and
Shipment...........................................................................
2-1
2-8. Line Voltage
Selection...........................................................................
2-1
2-11. Operation
...............................................................................................
2-2
2-13. Cable and Termination
Requirements.............................................. 2-2
2-15. Ratio Measurements (Standard Counter Only)
................................ 2-2
2-18. Optimizing Noise Rejection
...............................................................
2-2
MAINTENANCE
.............................................................................................
3-1
3-1.
Introduction...........................................................................................
3-1
3-3. Theory of Circuit Operation
.................................................................
3-1
3-5. Input Circuits
.....................................................................................
3-2
3-7. Decade Counter, Latch, and Multiplexer Circuits
............................ 3-2
3-9. Time Base Oscillator and
Divider..................................................... 3-2
3-14. Display
Scanner.................................................................................
3-2
3-17. Display Blanking Circuits
.................................................................
3-3
3-20. Reset and Transfer Control Circuits
................................................ 3-3
3-22. Recommended Test Equipment
............................................................ 3-3
3-24. In-Cabinet Performance Check
............................................................ 3-4
3-26. Instrument
Access.................................................................................
3-4
3-28. Preventive Maintenance
.......................................................................
3-6
3-30. General Repair
......................................................................................
3-7
3-34. Adjustments
..........................................................................................
3-7
3-36. Amplifier Balance
Adjustment..........................................................
3-7
3-38. Oscillator Adjustment (Standard
Unit)............................................. 3-7
3-40. Oscillator Adjustment (Option 001 Unit)
......................................... 3-8
3-42. Troubleshooting
.....................................................................................
3_®
3-45. Replaceable Parts
.................................................................................
3~®
3-47. Ordering Information
.........................................................................
3-10
3-49. Schematic Diagram
............................................................................
3-10
Specifications
.....................................................................................................1-1
3-1. Recommended Test Equipment
.........................................................................3-4
3-2. In-Cabinet Performance Check
........................................................................3-5
3-3. Replaceable Parts
............................................................................................
3-12
3-4. Manufacturers Code List
................................................................................
3-15
3-5. Major Signal Definitions
................................................................................
3-17
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