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Tektronix 2215A Oscilloscope
Manufacturer
Tektronix
Model 2215A
Date 1983
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Oscilloscope
Description Dual Channel 60MHz Oscilloscope
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                                    The TEKTRONIX 2215A Oscilloscope is a rugged, lightweight,
dual-channel, 60-MHz instrument that features a bright,
sharply defined trace on an 80- by 100-mm cathode-ray tube
(crt). Its vertical system provides calibrated deflection
factors from 2 mV per division to 5 V per division. Trigger
circuits enable stable triggering over the full bandwidth of
the vertical system. The horizontal system provides
calibrated sweep speeds from 0.5 s per division to 50 ns per
division along with delayed-sweep features. A X10 magnifier
circuit extends the maximum sweep speed to 5 ns per division
when the A and B SEC/DIV switch is set to 0.05 per division.

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Tektronix -- 2215A -- Service Manual
File name Tektronix-1776-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type Service Manual
Pages 203
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Language english
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Manual-ID/Number 070-4735-00
Date July 1984
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Tektronix -- 2215A -- User Manual
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Manual Type User Manual
Pages 46
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Manual-ID/Number 070-4732-00
Date December 1983
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Tektronix -- 2215A -- Service Manual
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Manual Type Service Manual
Pages 203
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Language english
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Date 01 July 1984
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
........................................iii

LIST OF TABLES
......................................................iii

OPERATORS SAFETY SUMMARY ..........................iv

SERVICING SAFETY SUMMARY..............................v

SECTION 1 SPECIFICATION

INTRODUCTION ................................1-1

ACCESSORIES..................................1-1

PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS ________1-1

SECTION 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

PREPARATION FOR USE ................2-1

SAFETY ........................................2-1

LINE VOLTAGE ............................2-1

POWER CORD ..............................2-1

LINE FUSE ....................................2-1

INSTRUMENT COOLING..............2-2

CONTROLS, CONNECTORS, AND

INDICATORS......................................2-2

POWER, DISPLAY, AND PROBE

ADJUST ........................................2-2

VERTICAL ....................................2-3

HORIZONTAL................................2-4

TRIGGER ......................................2-5

REAR PANEL ................................2-7

OPERATING CONSIDERATIONS ...	2-8

GRATICULE ..................................2-8

GROUNDING ................................2-8

SIGNAL CONNECTIONS ..............2-8

INPUT COUPLING CAPACITOR

PRECHARGING ............................2-8

OPERATOR'S ADJUSTMENTS ________2-9

INTRODUCTION ..........................2-9

BASELINE TRACE........................2-9

TRACE ROTATION........................2-9

PROBE COMPENSATION ............2-10

SECTION 3 THEORY OF OPERATION

INTRODUCTION ................................3-1

SECTION ORGANIZATION ..........3-1

INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS
............................................3-1

GENERAL DESCRIPTION ................3-2

DETAILED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION	3-3

VERTICAL ATTENUATORS..........3-3

VERTICAL PREAMPLIFIERS ...	3-4
SECTION 3 THEORY OF OPERATION (cont)

CHANNEL SWITCH AND

VERTICAL OUTPUT .......... 3-5

TRIGGER AMPLIFIERS AND

SWITCHING ................. 3-7

A TRIGGER GENERATOR............3-8

A SWEEP GENERATOR AND

LOGIC............................................3-9

ALTERNATE B SWEEP ................3-11

HORIZONTAL ................................3-13

Z-AXIS AMPLIFIER ......................3-14

POWER SUPPLY AND PROBE

ADJUST ........................................3-16

SECTION 4 PERFORMANCE CHECK PROCEDURE

INTRODUCTION ................................4-1

PURPOSE ..................................4-1

STRUCTURE ................................4-1

TEST EQUIPMENT ......................4-1

LIMITS AND TOLERANCES ....	4-1

PREPARATION FOR CHECKS ..	4-2 INDEX TO PERFORMANCE

CHECK STEPS ............................4-3

VERTICAL ....................................4-4

HORIZONTAL................................4-7

TRIGGER ......................................4-11

EXTERNAL Z-AXIS AND PROBE

ADJUST ........................................4-14

SECTION 5 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

INTRODUCTION ................................5-1

PURPOSE ....................................5-1

STRUCTURE ................................5-1

TEST EQUIPMENT ......................5-1

LIMITS AND TOLERANCES ....	5-1

ADJUSTMENT INTERACTION ..	5-1 PREPARATION FOR

ADJUSTMENT ..............................5-1

INDEX TO ADJUSTMENT

PROCEDURE STEPS ..................5-3

POWER SUPPLY AND CRT DISPLAY	5-4

VERTICAL..........................................5-6

HORIZONTAL ....................................5-13

TRIGGER ..........................................5-19

EXTERNAL Z-AXIS AND PROBE

ADJUST ............................................5-23
MAINTENANCE
STATIC-SENSITIVE COMPONENTS
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION .............
GENERAL CARE .............
INSPECTION AND CLEANING . .
LUBRICATION ...............
SEMICONDUCTOR CHECKS . . .
PERIODIC READJUSTMENT .. .
TROUBLESHOOTING............
INTRODUCTION .............
TROUBLESHOOTING AIDS
TROUBLESHOOTING
EQUIPMENT ................
TROUBLESHOOTING
TECHNIQUES ...............
CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION .............
MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS .
OBTAINING REPLACEMENT
PARTS .....................
MAINTENANCE AIDS .........
MAINTENANCE (cont)
INTERCONNECTIONS .........
TRANSISTORS AND
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS .......
SOLDERING TECHNIQUES ....
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
INSTRUCTIONS ..............
REPACKAGING FOR SHIPMENT
SELECTABLE COMPONENTS ..

OPTIONS

REPLACEABLE ELECTRICAL PARTS

DIAGRAMS

REPLACEABLE MECHANICAL PARTS

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