Tektronix TDS2000 Series Oscilloscope
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TDS2000 Series
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Digital Storage Oscilloscope

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The TDS1000 Series and TDS2000 Series digital storage oscilloscopes deliver an unbeatable combination of superior performance, unmatched ease-of-use and affordability in an ultra lightweight, portable package. Affordable Digital Precision With up to 200 MHz bandwidth and 2 GS/s maximum sample rate, no other color digital storage Oscilloscope offers as much bandwidth and sample rate for the price. The TDS1000 and TDS2000 Series oscilloscopes provide accurate real-time acquisition up to their full band- width, advanced triggers to isolate signals of interest and 11 standard automatic measurements on all models. Their Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) math function allows the user to analyze, characterize, and troubleshoot circuits by viewing frequency and signal strength (standard on all models). General Features Context-sensitive Help system Color or monochrome LCD display Selectable 20 MHz bandwidth limit 2500-point record length for each channel Autoset Menu Probe Check Wizard Cursors with readouts Trigger frequency readout Eleven automatic measurements Waveform averaging and peak detection Dual time base Math Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) Pulse Width trigger capability Video trigger capability with line-selectable triggering External trigger Setup and waveform storage Variable persistence display RS-232, GPIB, and Centronics ports with the optional TDS2CMA Communications Extension Module User Interface in ten user-selectable languages

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User Manual
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297
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Operator Training Kit Manual Introduction to Oscilloscopes and Probes ... 1-1 Getting to Know Oscilloscopes ... 1-2 Introduction to Oscilloscopes ... 1-2 Types of Oscilloscopes ... 1-5 Oscilloscope Terminology ... 1-14 Getting to Know Probes ... 1-23 Introduction to Probes ... 1-23 Types of Voltage Probes ... 1-24 How Probes Affect Measurements ... 1-27 Summary ... 1-31 Getting Started with the TDS1000 and TDS2000 Series Oscilloscopes ... 2-1 Introduction to TDS1000 and TDS2000 Series Oscilloscopes ... 2-3 Features of the TDS1000 and TDS2000 Series Oscilloscopes ... 2-6 Safety Precautions ... 2-11 Preliminary Functional Check ... 2-13 Introduction to the Training 1 Signal Board ... 2-16 Probe compensation ... 2-20 Primary Controls ... 2-25 VERTICAL Controls ... 2-26 HORIZONTAL Controls ... 2-37 TRIGGER Controls ... 2-42 Menu Function Controls ... 2-56 Enhanced Features ... 2-77 Help ... 2-77 Autoset Feature ... 2-88 DEFAULT SETUP Feature ... 2-96 SINGLE SEQ Feature ... 2-96 Print Feature ... 2-97 Using VERTICAL Controls ... 3-1 VERTICAL Controls ... 3-2 Setting Up VERTICAL Controls ... 3-4 Switching the Input Coupling ... 3-6 VERTICAL Control MENU Buttons ... 3-12 Modifying the Vertical Scale of a Displayed Waveform. 3-12 MATH MENU Controls ... 3-14 Adding Two Waveforms ... 3-14 Subtracting Two Waveforms ... 3-17 Performing FFT Operations ... 3-20 Summary ... 3-23 Using HORIZONTAL Controls ... 4-1 HORIZONTAL Controls ... 4-2 Setting Up the HORIZONTAL Controls ... 4-3 Setting the Delay Time for a Waveform ... 4-5 HORIZONTAL Control MENU Button ... 4-8 Expanding the Waveform Display ... 4-8 Summary ... 4-13 Using TRIGGER Controls ... 5-1 Trigger Controls ... 5-2 TRIGGER MENU Controls ... 5-4 Selecting a Trigger Type ... 5-4 Selecting the Signal Coupling for a Trigger ... 5-7 Using an External Trigger ... 5-11 Triggering on a specific pulse width ... 5-16 Capturing a Single-shot Signal ... 5-21 Trigger Holdoff Controls ... 5-27 Assigning Trigger Holdoff to a Pseudo Random Signal 5-28 Assigning Trigger Holdoff to an AM Signal ... 5-30 Summary ... 5-35 Using Menu Function Controls ... 6-1 MENU Function Controls ... 6-3 ACQUIRE Menu Function Controls ... 6-5 Using the Peak Detect Acquisition Mode ... 6-7 Using the Average Acquisition Mode ... 6-11 DISPLAY Menu Function Controls ... 6-14 Selecting the Display Type ... 6-14 Using Persistence ... 6-18 Using the XY Display Mode ... 6-21 Measuring the Vertical Scale ... 6-24 Measuring the Horizontal Scale ... 6-27 Measuring Pulse Width ... 6-29 Measuring Rise Time ... 6-32 MEASURE Menu Function Controls ... 6-36 Taking Automatic Measurements ... 6-36 SAVE/RECALL Menu Function Controls ... 6-42 Saving and Recalling a Setup ... 6-42 Saving and Recalling a Waveform ... 6-47 UTILITY Menu Function Controls ... 6-50 Displaying the System Status ... 6-50 Summary ... 6-53 Appendix A: Training 1 Signal Board: Signal Definitions ... A-1 Appendix B: Glossary ... B-1

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User Manual
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206
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Service Manual
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Service Manual
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138
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General Safety Summary ... . Service Safety Summary ... . Environmental Considerations ... . Preface ... . Related Manuals ... . Specifications Certifications and Compliances ... . Installation ... Power Cord ... . Security Loop ... . Extension Modules ... . Functional Check ... . Self Calibration ... . Default Setup ... . Main Board ... . Acquisition System ... . Processing and Display System ... . Input Signal Interface ... . Probe Compensation ... . External Trigger ... . Main Board Power ... . Power supply ... . Display Module ... . Front Panel ... . Two-Channel Oscilloscopes ... . Four-Channel Oscilloscopes ... . LEDs ... . Extension Modules ... . Required Equipment ... . Test Record ... . Performance Verification Procedures ... . Self Test ... . Self Calibration ... . Check DC Gain Accuracy ... . Check Bandwidth ... . Check Sample Rate and Delay Time Accuracy ... . Check Edge Trigger Sensitivity ... . Check External Edge Trigger Sensitivity ... . Required Equipment ... . Adjustment Procedure ... . Enable the Service Menu ... . Adjustment Procedure ... . Preparation ... . Preventing ESD ... . Inspection and Cleaning ... . General Care ... . Inspection and Cleaning Procedures ... . Removal and Installation Procedures ... . Preparation ... . List of Modules ... . Summary of Procedures ... . Required Tools ... . Rear Feet ... . Flip Feet ... . Front-Panel Knobs ... . Power Button ... . Rear Case ... . Front Feet ... . Power supply Module ... . Internal Assembly ... . Display Cable ... . Front-Panel Cable ... . Main Board Module ... . Display Module ... . Front-Panel Module ... . Keypad ... . Front Case ... . Troubleshooting ... . Adjustment After Repair ... . Required Tools and Equipment ... . Troubleshooting Tree ... . Probe COMP Output ... . Troubleshooting the Power supply ... . Troubleshooting the Display ... . Troubleshooting the Backlight ... . Troubleshooting the Front Panel ... . Troubleshooting the Main Board ... . Running Diagnostics ... . Troubleshooting Input Connections ... . Using the Error Log ... . Repackaging Instructions ... . Packaging ... . Storage ... . Parts Ordering Information ... . Module Servicing ... . Using the Replaceable Parts List ... . Abbreviations ... . Mfr. Code to Manufacturer Cross Index ... .

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User Manual
Manual type:
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Programmer Manual This document supports: - TPS2000 Series instruments, any version. - TDS1000B and TDS2000B Series instruments, any version. - TDS2CM or TDS2CMA any version, when used in TDS1000 or TDS2000 Series instruments, any version. - TDS2MEM any version, when used in most TDS1000 or TDS2000 Series instruments (except TDS1001 and TDS2004 models), any version. - TDS2CM TDS2CMA or TDS2MM any version, when used in a TDS224 instrument, any version. - TDS2CM or TDS2CMA version CMV:v1.04 and above, or TDS2MM any version, when used in TDS210 and TDS220 instruments with FV:v1.09 and above.

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