Equipment information:

Krohn-Hite Corporation 4402B Oscillator
Manufacturer:
Krohn-Hite Corporation
Model: 4402B
Date: 2003
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Oscillator
Description: Ultra-Pure Sinewave Oscillator
Information:
                                    The Model 4402B is an ultra-pure sinewave, stable amplitude
oscillator designed to meet the needs of today’s high
precision 16 to 18 bit A/D converter testing, and audio test
and measurement technology.
Covering the frequency range from 1Hz to 110kHz, with
precise 3 digit frequency tuning, the 4402B produces a
virtually “distortion-free” (<0.0005%) sinewave for
measuring A/D converter accuracy, audio preamplifier and
power amplifier harmonic distortion. With its exceptionally
flat response (0.02dB), the 4402B eliminates the need to
constantly monitor voltage levels, during frequency response
tests.
The 4402B provides a7Vrms sinewave output, (balanced output,
14Vrms end-to-end), 3.5Vrms into 50 ohms, and has no loss in
performance when loaded with a linear 50 ohm load.
A 3-position, push-button attenuator calibrated in 20dB
steps, along with the a 30dB vernier, provides a total
dynamic range of 90dB.
Simultaneous fixed and quadrature (90°) outputs are
provided. Each output is 7Vrms with 600 ohm source impedance.
The 4402B is the perfect addition to your present test
and/or precision measurement set-up.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Krohn-Hite Corporation -- 4402B -- User Manual
File name: KrohnHite-7104-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 20
Size: 221.67 Kbytes (226985 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number:
Date: 2003
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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SECTION
1 . .
. GENERAL DESCRIPTION...................................
1-1
1.1
.
INTRODUCTION..............................................................
1-1
1.2
.
SPECIFICATIONS...........................................................
1-1
1
.2.1 .
.FREQUENCY
.....................................................................
1-1
1
.2.2 .
. MAIN
OUTPUTS..............................................................
1 -2
1
.2.3 .
. FIXED
OUTPUT..............................................................
1 -2
1
.2.4 .
. QUADRATURE
OUTPUT..............................................
1 -3
1
.2.5 .
.
GENERAL...........................................................................
1 -3
1
.2.6 .
.
OPTIONS..............................................................................
1 -3
SECTION
2 . .
.
OPERATION...............................................................
2-1
2.1
. POWER REQUIREMENTS..........................................
2-1
2.2
. OPERATING CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS
. 2-2
2
.2.1 .
. REAR
PANEL.....................................................................
?-?
2.3
.
OPERATION........................................................................
2-3
2.3.1 .
. FREQUENCY
CONTROL..............................................
2-3
2.3.2 .
. AMPLITUDE
CONTROL..............................................
2-3
2.3.3 .
. FLOATING
GROUND....................................................
2-3
SECTION
3 . .
. INCOMING ACCEPTANCE...................................
3-1
3.1
.
INTRODUCTION..............................................................
3-1
3.2
. LIST OF EQUIPMENT REQUIRED.......................
3-1
3.3
.PROCEDURE
.....................................................................
3-2
3
.3.1 .
. DC LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS.......................................
3-2
3
.3.2 .
. FREQUENCY ACCURACY.......................................
3-2
3
.3.3 .
. MAIN OUTPUT AMPLITUDE....................................
3-2
3
.3.4 .
. AMPLITUDE
FLATNESS..............................................
3-3
3
.3.5 .
. OUTPUT
DISTORTION.................................................
3-3
SECTION
4 . .
. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION......................................
4-1
4.1
. THEORY OF OPERATION..........................................
4-1
4.2
. AVC
OPERATION...........................................................
4-2
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