|Gould OS4001 Other|
The 4001 option is designed to be added to a standard OS4000 Digital Storage Oscilloscope to enable the information in store to be retransmitted in both analogue and digital form. Two analogue outputs are provided, and these are intended primarily to drive strip chart and X-Y recorders. Channel 1 and 2 signals are available simultaneously at a read-out rate which can be varied to suit the chart recorder, with a slowest time of 200 seconds representing the 10 division display. In addition, a corresponding X-ramp signal is provided for X-Y recorder use. The unit also incorporates relay contacts for pen lift or chart motor control. There is a variable delay between the closing of these contacts and the start of read out which can be preset to allow a chart drive motor to accelerate. A socket on the rear panel presents the output information in digital form as two eight bit parallel signals for Y and one ten bit parallel signal for the X ramp. Control facilities for remote start and continuous readout are also provided. The latter can be used for continuous generation of a recorded transient or frequency shift of recorded waveforms.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Gould -- OS4001 -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
|Size||847.01 Kbytes (867339 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||30 July 2015|
|Downloads||94 since 30 July 2015|
SECTION 1 Introduction 3 SECTION 2 Specification 4 SECTION 3 Operating Instructions 5 3.1 General 5 3.2 Chart recorder speed 5 3.3 Driving a chart recorder 5 3.4 The Read-out cycle 5 3.5 Remote start 5 3.6 Function Generation 7 3.7 Digital Outputs 7 SECTION 4 Circuit Description 8 4.1 General 8 4.2 D-A Converter 9 4.3 Latches and latch control 9 4.4 X-ramp counter 9 4.5 Data Selector 9 4.6 Clock delay 10 SECTION 5 Maintenance 12 5.1 Fitting the 4001 to the OS4000 12 5.2 Access 13 5.3 Faultfinding 14 5.4 Setting up Procedure 15 SECTION 6 Circuit Diagrams and Components Schedules 17 SECTION 7 Guarantee and Service Facilities 21 ILLUSTRATIONS Fig. 1 Typical read-out cycle 6 Fig. 2 Connections to back panel socket 7 Fig. 3 Block diagram 8 Fig. 4 Data Selector - mechanical equivalent 10 Fig. 5 Clock delay — timing d iagram 11 Fig. 6 Internal view of 4001 12 Fig. 7 Fixing details 13 Fig. 8 Circuit diagram 19
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