Attrezzatura informazioni:

Tektronix 2246 1Y Oscilloscopio
Produttore:
Tektronix
Modello: 2246 1Y
Data: 1989
Categoria: Strumenti di misura
Gruppo: Oscilloscopio
Descrizione: PORTABLE OSCILLOSCOPE
Informazioni:
                                    The 2246 1Y and 2246 Mod A are 100 MHz, four-channel,
dual-sweep, portable oscilloscopes for general-purpose use.
A microprocessor-based operating system controls most of the
functions in each instrument, including a fully integrated
menu-driven voltage and time measurement system with
SmartCursors®. A menu-driven service mode provides for
configuring of certain menu and readout displays, internal
calibration, and servicing diagnostics. The instruments
include additional EMI shielding. (See Table 1-2,
Environmental Characteristics, for more information.)
The vertical deflection system has four input channels. Two
channels have 11 basic deflection factors from 2 mV to 5 V
per division, and two channels have two basic deflection
factors of 0.1 V and 0.5 V per division. Basic deflection
factors can be extended with attenuator probes. VOLTS/DIV
readouts are switched to display the correct vertical scale
factors when properly coded probes are connected to the
vertical input connectors.

The horizontal deflection system provides single, dual, or
delayed sweeps from 0.5 s to 20 ns per division (delayed
sweep, 5 ms to 20 ns per division). The trigger system
provides stable triggering over the full bandwidth of the
vertical deflection system.

Alphanumeric crt readouts of the vertical and horizontal
scale factors are displayed at the bottom of the screen.
On-screen vertical and horizontal cursors provide accurate
voltage, time, frequency, and phase measurements;
measurement values are displayed at the top of the crt.

The measurement features include voltage measurements
for+Peak, -Peak, Peak-to-Peak, and average DC, or
positionable cursors for measuring voltage difference, time
difference, frequency, and phase. SmartCursors® that
visually track voltage measurements, trigger levels, and
ground can be placed on displayed waveforms. Delay-time and
delta-delay measurements for time, frequency, and phase are
available in ALT and B Horizontal Modes.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES

The following items are standard accessories shipped with
the 2246 1Y and 2246 Mod A instrument:

2 Probes, 10X, 2 meter, with accessories 1 Probe, 1X, 2
meter, with accessories 1 Power cord 1 Power cord clamp

1 CRT implosion shield, blue plastic (installed)

1 Fuse, 2A, 250 V, slow-blow

1	Attaching accessory pouch

1	Accessory pouch, ziploc

1	Front cover
The following items are standard accessories shipped with
the 2246 1Y instrument:

2	Operators manuals

2	Service manuals

2	Reference guides

The following items are standard accessories shipped with
the 2246 Mod A instrument:

1 Operators manual 1 Reference guide

Questi manuali sono disponibili per la macchina in oggetto:

Tektronix -- 2246 1Y -- Manuale d'uso
Nome file: Tektronix-2489-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Tipo manuale: Manuale d'uso
Pagine: 218
Dimensioni: 1.55 Mbytes (1621527 Bytes)
Lingua: inglese
Revisione:
Manual-ID/Number: 070-7061-00
Data: giugno 1989
Qualità: Documento scansionato, tutto leggibile.
Data di caricamento:
MD5: 3033aaa6d0d109d9ac3e9be73a751f17
ed2kID: f82ecdaa26f6b6c47e8180afe578032f
Download: 1690 da 12 giugno 2011
Informazioni:
Tektronix-2489-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Inizio Free Download


Tektronix -- 2246 1Y -- Servizio e manuale utente
Nome file: Tektronix-8426-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Tipo manuale: Servizio e manuale utente
Pagine: 380
Dimensioni: 25.30 Mbytes (26531116 Bytes)
Lingua: inglese
Revisione: Revised
Manual-ID/Number: 070-70620-00
Data: 01 ottobre 1991
Qualità: Documento scansionato, la lettura in parte male, non in parte leggibile.
Data di caricamento:
MD5: ac013e58372c50f00c1d8d4943016829
ed2kID: 5093622c41eceed1c0832c9e56f3f2a3
Download: 25 da 15 gennaio 2017
Informazioni:
SN B700100 and ABOVE (2246 1Y, 2R)
SN B100100 and ABOVE (2246 MOD A)


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS................... vi

LIST OF TABLES ..........................vii

OPERATORS SAFETY SUMMARY........... viii

SERVICING SAFETY SUMMARY ............. ix
Section 1 SPECIFICATION
INTRODUCTION..........

STANDARD ACCESSORIES
RECOMMENDED RECALIBRATION SCHEDULE .................1-1

PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS . . 1-2
Section 2 PREPARATION FOR USE

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

LINE VOLTAGE AND POWER

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

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

INSTRUMENT COOLING . .....2-2

START-UP..................2-2

DETAILED OPERATING INFORMATION...............2-2
Section 3 THEORY OF OPERATION

SECTION ORGANIZATION .....3-1

INTEGRATED CIRCUIT

DESCRIPTIONS ..............3-1

BLOCK DIAGRAM

DESCRIPTION .................3-1

INTRODUCTION..............3-1
VERTICAL INPUTS

(Diagram 1) ............... 3-1

VERTICAL PREAMPS AND OUTPUT AMPLIFIER

(Diagram 2) ............... 3-2

A AND B TRIGGER SYSTEM

(Diagram 3) ............... 3-2

DISPLAY AND TRIGGER LOGIC AND PROCESSOR INTERFACE

(Diagram 4) ............... 3-3

A AND B SWEEPS AND DELAY COMPARATORS

(Diagram 5) ............... 3-4

HORIZONTAL OUTPUT

AMPLIFIER (Diagram 6)...... 3-4

Z-AXIS, CRT, PROBE ADJUST,

AND CONTROL MUX

(Diagram 7) ............... 3-4

MEASUREMENT PROCESSOR

(Diagram 8) ............... 3-5

READOUT SYSTEM

(Diagram 9) ............... 3-5

SWITCH BOARD AND INTERFACE

(Diagram 10) .............. 3-6

ADC AND DAC SYSTEM

(Diagram 11) .............. 3-6

POWER SUPPLY

(Diagram 12) .............. 3-6

DETAILED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 3-6 VERTICAL INPUTS

(Diagram 1) ............... 3-6

VERTICAL PREAMPS AND OUTPUT

AMPLIFIER (Diagram 2)...... 3-9

A AND B TRIGGER SYSTEM

(Diagram 3) .............. 3-12

DISPLAY AND TRIGGER LOGIC AND PROCESSOR INTERFACE (Diagram
4) .............. 3-16

A AND B SWEEPS AND DELAY COMPARATORS

(Diagram 5) ...............3-31

HORIZONTAL OUTPUT AMPLIFIER

(Diagram 6) ...............3-37

Z-AXIS, CRT, PROBE ADJUST,

AND CONTROL MUX

(Diagram 7) ...............3-38

MEASUREMENT PROCESSOR

(Diagram 8) ...............3-42

READOUT SYSTEM

(Diagram 9) ...............3-45

SWITCH BOARD AND

INTERFACE (Diagram 10) ----3-51

ADC AND DAC SYSTEM

(Diagram 11) ..............3-52

POWER SUPPLY

(Diagram 12) ..............3-53

MAIN BOARD POWER DISTRIBUTION

(Diagram 13) ..............3-58

PROCESSOR POWER BOARD DISTRIBUTION (Diagram 14) . . 3-58
INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM (Diagram 15) ..............3-58
PERFORMANCE CHECK PROCEDURE

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

TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED . . 4-1 PERFORMANCE CHECK

INTERVAL..................4-1

PREPARATION...............4-1

INDEX TO PERFORMANCE

CHECK PROCEDURE .........4-4

DISPLAY .....................4-5

TRACE ROTATION ...........4-5

GEOMETRY.................4-5
VERTICAL ................... 4-6

Input COUPLING Functional

Check .................... 4-6

CH 1 and CH 2 VOLTS/DIV

Trace Shift ................ 4-6

CH 3 and CH 4 VOLTS/DIV

Trace Shift ................ 4-7

CH 1 and CH 2 VAR VOLTS/DIV

Trace Shift ................ 4-7

CH 1 and CH 2 Input

COUPLING Trace Shift....... 4-7

CH 2 INVERT Trace Shift..... 4-7

CH 1 and CH 2 VAR

VOLTS/DIV Range .......... 4-7

Low-Frequency Linearity..... 4-8

CH 1 and CH 2 Vertical Deflection Accuracy......... 4-8

Ch 3 and CH 4 Vertical Deflection Accuracy......... 4-8

ADD Mode and CH 2 INVERT

Deflection Accuracy......... 4-9

Vertical POSITION Range

(all channels) .............. 4-9

CH 1 to CH 2 Signal

Delay Match .............. 4-10

CH 1 to CH 4 Signal

Delay Match .............. 4-10

CH 3 to CH 4 Signal

Delay Match .............. 4-10

CH 1 and CH 2 Vertical Bandwidth ................ 4-10

CH 3 and CH 4 Vertical Bandwidth ................ 4-11

CH 1 and CH 2 Aberrations . 4-11 SCOPE BW (Bandwidth

Limit) Accuracy ........... 4-11

Common-mode Rejection

Ratio .................... 4-12

Channel Isolation .......... 4-12

AC-Coupled Lower -3 dB

Point .....................4-13

Vertical ALT and CHOP

Modes....................4-13

BEAM FIND Functional

Check....................4-13

A and B Trace

Separation ................4-13

TRIGGERING ................. 4-14

500 Hz Trigger

Sensitivity.................4-14

500 kHz Trigger

Sensitivity.................4-15

25 MHz Trigger

Sensitivity.................4-15

100 MHz Trigger

Sensitivity.................4-15

100 MHz NOISE REJ

Trigger Sensitivity ..........4-16

Single Sweep Mode.........4-16

Trigger LEVEL Control

Range ....................4-16

TV Field Trigger

Sensitivity.................4-17

TV Line Trigger

Sensitivity.................4-17

Line Trigger Functional

Check....................4-17

HORIZONTAL ................4-18

A and B Sweep Length......4-18

Horizontal POSITION

Range ....................4-18

VAR SEC/DIV Range ........4-18

Magnifier Registration .......4-19

A and B Timing Accuracy

and Linearity...............4-19

A and B Magnified Timing

Accuracy ................. 4-19

Delay Time Jitter ...........4-20

Delay Time Accuracy .......4-21
Delay Time Position

Range ................... 4-21

X-Axis Gain Accuracy...... 4-21

X-Y Phase Difference...... 4-22

X-Axis Bandwidth.......... 4-22

TIME AND CURSORS

MEASUREMENTS ............ 4-23

h- SEC -H and K- 1/SEC-M

Cursor Accuracy .......... 4-23

Delta Time Accuracy....... 4-23

k- phase ->| Cursor

Accuracy................. 4-24

K- VOLTS -H Cursor

Accuracy................. 4-24

ib volts -H Cursor

Accuracy................. 4-24

Tracking Cursors Position

Accuracy................. 4-24

CH1/CH2 VOLTMETER

MEASUREMENTS ............ 4-25

DC Volts Accuracy......... 4-25

DC Volts Normal Mode

Rejection Ratio............ 4-25

+Peak, -Peak, Peak-to-Peak

Volts Accuracy............ 4-26

25 MHz +Peak, -Peak, and Peak-to-Peak Volts

Accuracy................. 4-26

100 MHz +Peak, -Peak, and Peak-to-Peak Volts

Accuracy................ . 4-26

Gated Volts Accuracy ...... 4-26

EXTERNAL Z-AXIS, PROBE ADJUST AND FRONT-PANEL

SETUP FUNCTIONS........... 4-28

Check External Z-Axis

Input .................... 4-28

PROBE ADJUST Output ..... 4-28

Run MAKE FACTORY SETTINGS Routine .................. 4-28
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
INTRODUCTION ................5-1

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

TEST EQUIPMENT

REQUIRED..................5-1

LIMITS AND TOLERANCES.....5-1

PARTIAL PROCEDURES.......5-1

INTERNAL ADJUSTMENTS AND ADJUSTMENT INTERACTION ... 5-1
PREPARATION FOR

ADJUSTMENT...............5-3

INDEX TO ADJUSTMENT

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

POWER SUPPLY, DISPLAY,

AND Z-AXIS..................5-4

INITIAL CONTROL

SETTINGS ..................5-4

PROCEDURE................5-4

Power Supply DC Levels

(R2252).................... 5-4

Grid Bias (R2719) ...........5-5

Astigmatism (R2788)......... 5-5

Trace Rotation (Front Panel) . . 5-5 Geometry
(R2784)........... 5-5
Z-Axis Response (C2704) on instruments with serial numbers
of below B110100 for the 2246
MOD A or below B710100

for the 2246 1Y .............5-5

Readout Jitter (R724) ........ 5-6

VERTICAL....................5-7

INITIAL CONTROL

SETTINGS ..................5-7

PROCEDURE................5-7

Vertical Output Gain (R703) and Readout Vertical Centering
(R260) . .................... 5-7

CH 1 Step Balance (R12) .....5-7

CH 2 Step Balance (R22) ____.5-8
CH 3 Step Balance (R141) ... 5-8

CH 4 Step Balance (R161) ... 5-8

CH 1 MF/LF Gain (R13) and Compensation (C1) ......... 5-8

CH 1 Input Capacitance (C114) 5-8

CH 1 Input Compensation X10 (C11)..................... 5-8

CH 1 Input Compensation X100 (C10)............... 5-8

CH 1 Gain (R211) .......... 5-8

CH 2 MF/LF Gain (R23) and Compensation (C2) ......... 5-8

CH 2 Input Capacitance (C124) 5-9

CH 2 Input Compensation

X10 (C21 )................. 5-9

CH 2 Input Compensation

X100 (C20)................ 5-9

CH 2 Gain (R221) .......... 5-9

CH 3 MF/LF Compensation (C134).................... 5-9

CH 3 Gain (R231) .......... 5-9

CH 4 MF/LF Compensation (C154).................... 5-9

CH 4 Gain (R241) .......... 5-9

Delay-line HF Compensation (R272, R273, R275, C274,

C273) ................... 5-10

CH 3 HF Compensation

(C138)................... 5-10

CH 4 HF Compensation

(C158)................... 5-10

CH 1 and CH 2 Bandwidth Check ................... 5-10

CH 3 and CH 4 Bandwidth

Check ......................................5-11

HORIZONTAL................................5-12

INITIAL CONTROL

SETTINGS ................................5-12

PROCEDURE ............................5-12

Horizontal X1 Gain (Timing)

(R826)................... 5-12
Horizontal X10 Gain (Tinning)

(R825) .................... 5-12

Readout Horizontal Gain (R823) and MAG Registration (R809) .
5-12

A 0.5 p.s Timing (C314) .....5-13

B 0.5 |xs Timing (C329) ..... 5-13

2-5 ns Timing (C807, C814) . 5-13

X Gain (R827) ............. 5-13

MEASUREMENT BANDWIDTH AND

SELF CHARACTERIZATION .....5-14

INITIAL CONTROL

SETTINGS .................5-14

PROCEDURE...............5-14

Volts Cal (R920) ........... 5-14

B Trigger Bandwidth (R455) . . 5-14 Self
Characterization........5-14
CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE . . .	6-34

INTRODUCTION........................6-34

MAINTENANCE

PRECAUTIONS..........................6-34

OBTAINING REPLACEMENT

PARTS......................................6-34

REPACKAGING FOR

SHIPMENT................................6-35

MAINTENANCE AIDS ..............6-35

INTERCONNECTIONS ..............6-35

BATTERY..................................6-37

TRANSISTORS AND

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS ..........6-37

SOLDERING TECHNIQUES . . .	6-37 REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
INSTRUCTIONS..............6-38
STATIC-SENSITIVE

COMPONENTS ................6-1

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE.....6-2

INTRODUCTION..............6-2

INSPECTION AND

CLEANING..................6-2

LUBRICATION ...............6-4

SEMICONDUCTOR CHECKS____6-4

PERIODIC READJUSTMENT ____6-4

TROUBLESHOOTING........... . 6-5

INTRODUCTION..............6-5

TROUBLESHOOTING AIDS.....6-5

TROUBLESHOOTING

EQUIPMENT.................6-6

TROUBLESHOOTING

TECHNIQUES ...............6-6

INTERNAL TESTING

CAPABILITIES ..............6-10

SERVICE MODE ............6-11

TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS

BY DIAGRAM ..............6-19

TROUBLESHOOTING MEASUREMENT ERRORS.............6-25
Section 7 OPTIONS

INTRODUCTION............. 7-1

INTERNATIONAL POWER

CORDS ................... 7-1

OPTION 1R RACKMOUNTED INSTRUMENT............... 7-1
Section 8 REPLACEABLE ELECTRICAL PARTS Section 9 DIAGRAMS

Section 10 REPLACEABLE MECHANICAL PARTS CHANGE INFORMATION
Tektronix-8426-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Inizio Free Download


Commenti

Ancora nessun commento.

Aggiungi commento

* Richiesto
(non sarà pubblicata)
 
Bold Italic Underline Strike Superscript Subscript Quote Line Bullet Link Email Image Video
 
Smile Sad Huh Laugh Mad Tongue Crying Grin Wink Scared Cool Sleep Blush Unsure Shocked
 
1000
Enter the word table backwards.
 
Inserire la risposta:
 
Comunicami i nuovi commenti via e-mail.
 
Ricordami su questo computer.
 
 
Powered by Commentics