|Gould K100-D/32 Interface|
The Model K100-D/32 Input Adapter (see Figure 1.1) transforms the Model K100-D Logic Analyzer from a 16-channel timing and data domain instrument into a 32-channel data-do- main-only instrument. In addition to the extra channels provided by the adapter, it also provides user selectable circuitry necessary for extensive OR clocking and demultiplexing capabilities to match the needs of the most advanced microcomputers. The accessory connects directly to the K100-D front panel inputs. The K100-D automatically senses the presence of the adapter, and executes a branch to the appropriate firmware subroutines for 32-channel operation. Both the video display and the keyboard operation of the K100-D change to reflect the new record parameter options available in this mode. These changes include: (1) reconfiguration of the data memory from 1024 16-bit words into 512 32-bit words; (2) using the Enable field as the 16-bit fixed sequence address portion of the trigger word; (3) using the Trigger field as the 16-bit variable sequence data portion of the trigger word; and (4) extending the search mode to 32 bits. This accessory was especially designed to provide a flexible signal conditioning enclosure for use with the Model K100-D/32 Input Adapter. You can simplify system connection and eliminate the need for individual probe leads by wire wrapping the test signal connections inside the enclosure. Also, the accessory has space for adding active pre-processing circuitry and gives direct access to all test signals to facilitate parallel testing.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Gould -- K100-D/32 -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||4.87 Mbytes (5107438 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||30 July 2015|
|Downloads||70 since 30 July 2015|
Title Page i Model K100-D Logic Analyzer with Model K100-D/32 Input Adapter ii Table of Contents iii-iv Figure Table of Contents v Tables Table of Contents vi Design and Related Information Statement vii I General Information 1.1 Certification 1 1.2 Warranty 1 1.3 Description 1 1.4 Model K100-D/40 Input Adapter 2 1.5 Specifications 3 II Installation 2.1 Introduction 5 2.2 Unpacking and Inspection 5 2.3 Storage and Shipment 5 2.4 Power Connection 5 2.5 Preparation for Use 5 2.6 Initial Warm-up 5 TTT ill vjpci aiiui t 3.1 Introduction 6 3.2 Signal Inputs to the Adapter 6 3.3 Front Panel Operation and Displays 6 3.4 Using Your Adapter with Popular Microprocessors: 13 Alterations for OR Clocking and Demultiplexing IV Principles of Operation 4.1 Basic General Description 23 4.2 Clock Selection and Qualification 23 4.3 Pulse Generation 23 4.4 Options 26 V Calibration Procedures 5.1 Recalibration of Internal Circuits 27 5.2 Required Test Equipment 27 5.3 Power Supply Verification 27 5.4 Adjustments 27 VI Maintenance 6.1 Introduction 29 6.2 Functional Checkout 29 VII Schematics and Assembly Drawings 7.1 Introduction 34 7.2 List of Drawings 34 7.3 Parts Lists 34
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