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Iwatsu SS-5710 Oscilloscope
Manufacturer
Iwatsu
Model SS-5710
Date
Category Measurement instruments
Group Oscilloscope
Description 60MHz Oscilloscope
Information
                                    The SS-5710 is an Oscilloscope with a frequency bandwidth of
DC to 60 MHz that can display 8 traces on 4 channels. The
SS-5710 is useful in a wide range of applications for not
only production lines and maintenance and service purposes
but also for the research and development of a variety of
electronic devices. The features of the SS-5710 are as follows:

In addition to display of 8 traces on 4 channels, the
SS-5710 has an ADD function for measuring the sum of two
signals and CH 2 POLAR for measurement of the difference
between two signals.

Both CH 1 and CH 2 have a high deflection factor of

1	mV/div (in the x5 MAG function), which permits accurate
measurement of lower voltages.

The horizontal deflection system has sweep rates up to 5
nS/div (in the x10 MAG function) so that even high-speed
phenomena can be measured with accuracy.

The SS-5710 has delayed sweep, single sweep, ALT sweep, and
X-Y operation functions, and a TV synchronizing signal
separator circuit so that television and Other composite
video signal waveforms can be observed.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type Service and User Manual Iwatsu-9457-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 173
Size 10.17 Mbytes (10666470 Bytes)
Language english
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Manual-ID/Number T5223-622500(L)
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SECTION 1 SPECIFICATIONS ... 1-1

1-1	GENERAL ... 1-1

1-2	ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS . . 1-1

1-2-1	Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT) ... 1-1

1-2-2	Vertical Deflection System ... 1-1

1-2-3	Triggering ...  1-3

1-2-5	X-Y Operation ... 1-4

1-2-6	Z-Axis System ... 1-4

1-2-7	Calibrator ... 1-4

1-2-8	Power Supply ... 1-4

1-3	PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS .. 1-4

1-4	ENVIRONMENTAL

CHARACTERISTICS ... 1-4

1-5	ACCESSOR IS ... 1-5

SECTION 2 OPERATING INFORMATION ... 2-1

2-1	OPERATING PRECAUTIONS ...  2-2

2-3 CONTROLS AND SWITCHES ... 2-2

2-3-1	Front Panel ... 2-3

2-3-2	Rear Panel ... 2-8

2-3-3	Bottom Cover ... 2-8

2-4	OPERATIONG INSTRUCTIONS. . .2-10

2-4-1	Basic Operation for Signal

Observation ... 2-10

2-4-2	Applying Signals ... 2-11

2-4-3	Signal Input Coupling Section . . .2-11

2-4-4	Vertical Defection Factor Setting .2-12

2-4-5	Triggering ... 2-12

2-4-6	Sweep Rate Setting ... 2-15

2-5	APPLIED OPERATIONS FOR

SIGNAL OBSERVATION ... 2-15

2-5-1	Operation for Dual-Trace

Observation ... 2-15

2-5-2	Operation for Observation of

the Sum of Two Signals

or Their Difference ... 2-16

2-5-3	Operation for Quadruple-Trace

Observation ... 2-16
2-5-4	Operation for Enlarging Waveforms
on the CRT Screen ... 2-17

2-5-5	Operation for ALT Sweep ... 2-18

2-5-6	Operation for Observing Television

Composite Video Signal

Waveforms ... 2-19

2-5-7	Operation for Single Sweep ... 2-20

2-5-8	Operation for Use as an X-Y

Scope ... 2-21

2-5-9	Z Axis System ... 2-21

SECTION 3 MEASURING PROCEDURES ... 3-1

3-1	ADJUSTMENTS NECESSARY BEFORE

MEASUREMENTS ... 3-1

3-1-1	TRACE ROTATION Adjustment. 3-1

3-1-2	GAIN Adjustment ... 3-1

3-1-3	x5 BAL Adjustment ...  3-1

3-1-5	Probe Phase Adjustment ... 3-1

3-2	MEASURING METHODS ... 3-2

3-2-1	Voltage Measurement ... 3-2

3-2-2	Current Measurement ... 3-3

3-2-3	Time Measurement ... 3-4

3-2-4	Frequency Measurement ... 3-5

3-2-5	Phase Difference Measurement. . . 3-5

SECTION 4 THEORY OF OPERATION ... 4-1

4-1	GENERAL ... 4-1

4-1-1	Pre-amplifiers for Channels

1,2, 3, and 4 ... 4-1

4-1-2 Delay Cable Driver Circuit ... 4-1

4-1-3 Vertical Main Amplifier ... 4-1

4-1-4 Trigger Signal Circuit ... 4-1

4-1-5	TV Trigger Signal Separator Circuit. . 4-3

4-1-6 A and B Trigger Circuits ... 4-3

4-1-7	A and B Sawtooth Generator Circuits 4-3

4-1-8 Horizontal Amplifier ... 4-3

4-1-9 Z-Axis Amplifier ... 4-3

4-1-10 CRT Circuit ... 4-4

4-1-11 LowVoltage Circuit ... 4-4
4-1-12	Calibration Voltage and

Current Generator Circuit ... 4-4

SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE ... 5-1

5-1	PREVENTIVE

MAINTENANCE ... 5-1

5-1-1 Cleaning ... 5-1

5-1-2 If Unused for a Long Time ... 5-1

5-1-3 Checking ... 5-2

5-1-4 Periodic Adjustment ... 5-2

5-2	PARTS REPLACEMENT ... 5-2

5-2-1 Cover Removal ... 5-2

5-2-2 Printed Circuit Board Removal ... 5-2

5-2-3 Printed Circuit Board

Parts Replacement ... 5-2

5-2-4 Replacing Resistors,

DiodesorlC's ... 5-2

5-2-5 Power Transistor Replacement ... 5-3

5-2-6 CRT Replacement ... 5-3

5-2-7 High-Voltage Power

Transformer Replacement ... 5-3

5-2-8	Replacing Control Knobs

and Rotary Switches ... 5-3

SECTION 6 CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ... 6-1

6-1	GENERAL ... 6-1

6-2	PERIOD OF CHECK AND

ADJUSTMENT ... 6-1

6-3	PRECAUTIONS FOR CHECK

AND ADJUSTMENT ... 6-1

6-4	EQUIPMENT REQUIRED ... 6-1

6-5	CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT

ITEMS ... 6-4

6-6	PREPARATION  ...  6-6 6-7-1 Power supply DC Level I

(Voltage Range) ... 6-6

6-7-2 Power supply DC Level II

(Ripple Voltage) ... 6-7

6-7-3 AC Line Voltage Range ... 6-8

6-7-4 High-Voltage Power supply ... 6-9

6-7-5 Intensity ... 6-10

6-7-6 Focus ... 6-11

6-7-7 Pattern Distortion ... 6-12
6-8	CALIBRATOR OUTPUT ... 6-14

6-8-1 Output Voltage ... 6-14

6-8-2 Repetition Rate ... 6-15

6-9	VERTICAL DEFLECTION SYSTEM

CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT . . .6-16

6-9-1 X 5 Balance ... 6-16

6-9-2 Variable Balance ... 6-16

6-9-3 Deflection Factor I (CH1. CH2). . . .6-17 6-9-4 CH2
Polarity Balance

and Position Center ... 6-19

6-9-5 Attenuator Compensation I

(CH1. CH2) ... 6-20

6-9-6 Deflection Factor II

(CH3. CH4) ... 6-22

6-9-7 Attenuator Compensation 11

(CH3. CH4) ... 6-23

6-9-8 Square Wave Response I (Sag) ... 6-24

6-9-9 Square Wave Response 11

(Overshoot and Others) ... 6-26

6-9-10 Bandwidth ... 6-28

6-9-11 Linearity ... 6-29

6-10 TRIGGERING SYSTEM

CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT . . .6-30

6-10-1 A Triggering ... 6-30

6-10-2 B Triggering ... 6-31

6-11 HORIZONTAL DEFLECTION SYSTEM CHECK AND

ADJUSTMENT ... 6-32

6-11-1 Sweep Rate ... 6-32

6-11-2 Magnification Center ... 6-34

6-11-3 Magnified Sweep Rate ... 6-35

6-11-4 Sweep Trace Length ... 6-36

6-11-5 B Sweep Start ... 6-37

6-11-6 Start and Stop of Delay ... 6-38

6-11-7 Jitter ... 6-40

6-12 X-Y OPERATION ... 6-42

6-12-1 Deflection Factor and

Intensity Level ... 6-42

6-12-2 Phase Difference ... 6-43

SECTION 7 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ... 7-1

SECTION 8 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ... 8-1

CH1 &CH2 ATTENUATOR ... 8-2

CH1 PRE-AMPLIFER ... 8-4
CH2 PRE-AMPLIFIER  ... 8-6

CH3 & CH4 ATTENUATOR &

PRE-AMPLIFIER ... 8-8

VERTICAL MAIN Amplifier. . . .8-10

VERTICAL CONTROL ... 8-12

A & B TRIGGER Generator . . .8-13

A SWEEP Generator ... 8-16

B SWEEP Generator ... 8-18

A & B TIMING CIRCUIT ... 8-20

HORIZONTAL Amplifier ... 8-21

HORIZONTAL CONTROL ... 8-23

Power supply & Calibrator .8-24

Z-AXIS & CRT CIRCUIT ... 8-26

PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS ... 8-28

SECTION 9 MECHANICAL PARTS LIST

AND ILLUSTRATION ... 
Iwatsu-9457-Manual-Page-1-Picture


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