Equipment information:

Rycom Instruments 6041 Level Meter
Rycom Instruments
Model: 6041
Date: 1986
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Level Meter
Description: Selective Level Meter
                                    APPLICATION OF THE INSTRUMENT

The 6041 SLM is a portable field or bench instrument
designed to make precision measurements of both level and
frequency on frequency division multiplex (FDM) equipment
baseband signals. Although its primary application was
intended to be on high-density long-haul microwave systems,
the 6041 SLM may be employed on any communications equipment
requiring selective/wide band level or frequency measurements.


The key electrical features of the 6041 SLM are as follows:

•	Level Accuracy — ±0.2 dB

•	Auto Level Ranging

•	AFC Tuning in the Selective Frequency Mode

•	Precision Frequency Counter

•	Analog Tuning Meter

•	Level Out

•	LCD Digital Displays

•	Field Operation

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Rycom Instruments -- 6041 -- User Manual
File name: Rycom-6852-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 24
Size: 987.57 Kbytes (1011270 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: First edition
Manual-ID/Number: 030 00036 00
Date: December 1986
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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This Operation Manual describes the 6041 Selective/Wide Band
Level Meter and Frequency Counter (SLM). Included are
applications, information on how to use and maintain this
equipment, together with abbreviated technical
specifications, electrical features and mechanical features.
For additional information, refer to the 6041 Selective
Level Meter INSTRUCTION MANUAL, Part No. 030 00034 00.
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