|Fluke 9000A-80186 Other|
THE PURPOSE OF THE Interface POD The 9000A-80186 Interface Pod allows you to use any Fluke 9000-Series Micro-System Troubleshooter to troubleshoot equipment that uses an 80186 microprocessor. The Micro-System Troubleshooter (referred to hereafter as the Troubleshooter) is used to service printed circuit boards, instruments and systems that use microprocessors. The 9000A-80186 Interface Pod (referred to as the Pod) replaces the 80186 microprocessor in the UUT and serves both as an Interface to allow the Troubleshooter access to components on the UUT and as an Emulator of the UUT’s microprocessor. In normal Troubleshooter/Pod operation, the Pod adapts the general-purpose architecture of the Troubleshooter to the specific pin layout of the 80186 microprocessor. This allows the Troubleshooter to exercise each of the microprocessor’s signals and provides complete access to devices on the UUT that are connected to the microprocessor’s bus, while, at the same time, monitoring activity on the UUT. In the RUN UUT mode, the Pod’s microprocessor is connected to the UUT (through buffers) to serve as a substitute microprocessor. It can be configured to have the same structure of interrupts, chip selects, timers, and DMA control as the UUT’s microprocessor.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Fluke -- 9000A-80186 -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
|Size||12.26 Mbytes (12855082 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||31 March 2009|
|Downloads||437 since 31 March 2009|
|Fluke -- 9000A-80186 -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||12.15 Mbytes (12739365 Bytes)|
|Date||01 June 1985|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||16 January 2018|
|Downloads||107 since 16 January 2018|
This manual provides complete information for using the 80186 Pod, including installation and setup, operating, and troubleshooting instructions. The summary below explains briefly what kind of information is available in each of the sections: Contains installation instructions for connecting the Pod to the UUT and to the Troubleshooter and using the built-in self test to ensure that the Pod is working correctly. It also contains descriptions of the addressing scheme that is used to access both UUT addresses and special Pod Functions, and of the mapping system used by the Pod to identify status and control lines. Use the information in this section when you’re first connecting the Pod, when you’re performing periodic self tests on it, and when you’re first becoming acquainted with the Pod before learning to use the Pod Functions. Provides descriptions of the 80186 signals, as they are implemented by the Pod. Use this Section to familiarize yourself with how the Pod handles the 80186’s signals, then use this information as a reference. If you’re already familiar with the 80186 microprocessor, you should still read this section to learn how its signals are handled by the Pod. Contains operating information for using the Pod and all of its built-in diagnostic functions and tests to troubleshoot UUTs. You will need to read the descriptions and examples in this section to learn how to use the Pod. The material is broken into two subsections: Describes Pod Functions that are used to access devices on the UUT. Describes Pod Functions that are used primarily for configuring the Pod. Theory of Operation information which you can read to get an understanding of how the Pod works and a background for extended troubleshooting of the Pod itself, if necessary. Procedures for diagnosing and correcting failures in the Pod. If you have a Pod failure, use the procedures in Section 6 (with the schematics in Section 8) to help locate the problem. Parts lists and information to use when ordering replacement parts for your Pod. Schematic diagrams to use if it becomes necessary to troubleshoot an inoperative Pod. Appendices The Appendices contain miscellaneous material which may prove valuable when using the Pod, such as information about default values, reset procedures, and remote programming.
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