|Hewlett Packard 1631D Logic Analyzer|
The Hewlett-Packard 1630 and 1631 Logic Analyzers are Interactive state and timing analyzers for use in the design and troubleshooting of digital systems. Many functions of the systems are the same. The HP 1630A and 1631A have 27 state channels with three clocks and 8 timing channels. The HP 1630D and 1631D have an additional 8 timing channels. The HP 1630G has an additional 30 state channels. The HP 1631A and 1631D have two analog signal channels and an analog trigger channel. All models feature a menu system for defining measurements which simplifies setup time by reducing the number and complexity of front panel keys. Following is a listing of the key features of the HP 163X systems.
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|Hewlett Packard -- 1631D -- Service Manual|
|Manual Type||Service Manual|
|Size||26.56 Mbytes (27851423 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.|
|Upload date||01 December 2013|
|Downloads||510 since 01 December 2013|
This manual applies directly to instruments with serial numbers prefixed: 1630A;2812A 1630D;2812A 1630G;2812A 1631 A; 2811A 1631D; 2811A With changes described within, this manual also applies to instruments with serial prefixes: 1630A; 2242A through 2715A 1630D; 2234A through 2720A 1630G; 2415A through 2602A 1631 A; 2451A through 2714A 1631D; 2446A through 2713A SECTION I, GENERAL INFORMATION. This section contains a description of this manual and the HP 163X logic analyzer family. This section also gives specifications and recommended test equipment for the logic analyzers. SECTION II, INSTALLATION. Section II explains how to prepare the Logic Analyzers for use. SECTION III, OPERATION. Operation of the HP 1630A/D/G and HP 1631 A/D is outside the scope of this service manual. Section III does give a brief description of front panel controls and information about configuration of the logic analyzers for IHP-IB and HP-IL operation. For complete operating instructions see the Operating Manual. SECTION IV, CONFIDENCE TESTS. This section concerns the execution of software-based function verification Self Test (ST) tests, which includes the interpretation of status codes to verify correct operation. SECTION V, ADJUSTMENTS. The logic analyzers require several adjustments that can be done with an oscilloscope, voltmeter, programmable signal source and controller; these adjustments are covered this section. SECTION VI, REPLACEABLE PARTS. This section contains ordering information and a parts list for all models of the family. SECTION VII, INSTRUMENT CHANGES. This section has information which describes changes to the instruments and how to find proper documentation for the instrument being serviced. SECTION VIII, SERVICE. The Service section is divided into eight subsections. The first subsection covers the overall system. This includes system theory, and which service group to reference with a failure. The service groups focus on individual subsystems. Information in these groups includes block and component level theory, mnemonics, and schematics relating to that subsystem.
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