|Tektronix 7B52 Oscilloscope|
|Description||Dual Time Base Plugin|
Introduction The 7B52 Dual Time Base is designed specifically for use with the 7503 Indicator Oscilloscope; however, it is compatible with all 7000-Series Indicator Oscilloscopes. The 7B52 features calibrated sweeps from 5 s/div to 50 ns/div (0.5 s/div to 5 ns/div with X10 Magnification), triggering to 100 MHz, and four display modes. Other features include lighted pushbutton switches, 0 to 10 times continuous sweep delay, bright base line in AUTO mode in absence of adequate triggering signals, and an AMPL position for X-Y operation. Display modes include MAIN SWEEP, INTENSIFIED SWEEP, DELAYED SWEEP, and MIXED SWEEP. In the MIXED mode, the Main Sweep is displayed to a point selected by the DELAY TIME MULT, after which the sweep rate is determined by DLY'D SWEEP setting. This mode permits sweep magnification of any point on the normal (Main) sweep selected by the DELAY TIME MULT control.
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|Tektronix -- 7B52 -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||59.93 Mbytes (62839456 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||24 April 2013|
|Downloads||221 since 24 April 2013|
SECTION 1 SPECIFICATION Page Introduction 1-1 Electrical Characteristics 1-1 Main Sweep (Table 1-1) 1-1 Dly'd Sweep (Table 1-2) 1-1 Triggering (Table 1-3) 1-2 Mixed Sweep, Variable Time Delay (Table 1-4) 1-2 Amplifier (Table 1-5) 1-3 Environmental Characteristics (Table 1-6) 1-3 SECTION 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS General 2-1 Installation 2-1 Front Panel Controls and Connectors 2-2 Test Set-up Chart 2-9 First-Time Operating Instructions 2-9 Sweep Calibration Check 2-9 Simplified First-Time Operation 2-9 SECTION 3 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION Introduction 3-1 Simplified Block Diagram 3-1 Main Sweep Mode 3-1 Delayed Sweep Mode 3-1 Mixed Sweep Mode 3-3 External Horiz Input 3-3 Circuit Description 3-4 Introduction 3-4 Main Trigger Generator 3-5 Main Sweep Generator 3-7 Delayed Trigger Preamp 3-10 Delayed Trigger Generator 3-11 Delayed Sweep Generator 3-11 Horizontal Preamp 3-13 Time/Div Readout Switching 3-14 SECTION 4 MAINTENANCE Introduction 4-1 Preventive Maintenance 4-1 General 4-1 Cleaning 4-1 Transistor FET, and Integrated Circuit Checks 4-1 Recalibration 4-1 Troubleshooting 4-2 Introduction 4-2 Troubleshooting Aids 4-2 Troubleshooting Equipment 4-3 Troubleshooting Techniques 4-3 Corrective Maintenance 4-4 Obtaining Replacement Parts 4-4 Soldering Techniques 4-5 Component Replacement 4-5 SECTION 5 PERFORMANCE CHECK/CALIBRATION Introduction 5-1 Test Equipment Required 5-1 Short Form Procedure 5-2 General 5-5 Procedure 5-5 SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Abbreviations and Symbols Parts Ordering Information Index of Electrical Parts List SECTION 7 DIAGRAMS AND MECHANICAL PARTS ILLUSTRATIONS Diagrams Mechanical Parts Illustrations (on reverse side of Diagrams) SECTION 8 MECHANICAL PARTS LIST Mechanical Parts List Information Index of Mechanical Parts Illustrations Mechanical Parts List Accessories
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