Boonton Electronic 2510 Calibrador
Fabricante:
Modelo:
2510
Data:
1988
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Grupo:
Descrição:
DC RANGE CALIBRATOR

Informação

The Model 2510 is a DC source with eight levels and three impedances that simulate Boonton sensors. The 2510 is used to calibrate all Boonton RF Power meters and RF Voltmeters such as the 4200 4300, 4210 42B/BD/C/CD, 9200/B, 92BD and 92EA. These meters, although RF meters, require DC calibration of the "box” (main instrument) independently of the sensor so that all "boxes" are identical at the sensor output port, which is DC. This means that all boxes are interchangeable, without the requirement for AC calibration when swapped. The output of the 2510 is differential with a special Boonton connector that matches the Boonton power meter and voltmeter cable system. A special double shielded differential cable is used for interconnections. The 2510 is GPIB bus programmable with all functions available on the bus except the power switch. The 2510 is suitable for performance verification of Boonton meters (main instrument less sensor) , and for troubleshooting, by isolating the problem to the sensor or the main instrument.

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Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Tipo de manual:
Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Páginas:
52
Tamanho:
2.07 Mbytes (2175438 Bytes)
Idioma:
english
Revisão:
ID de manual:
981014Q0A
Data:
01 Janeiro 1988
Qualidade:
Documento Scaned, a leitura parcialmente mal, não parcialmente legível.
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22 Janeiro 2017
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Informação

SECTION 1 - GENERAL INFORMATION paragraph Page 1-1 Introduction ... 1-1 1-2 Description ... 1-1 1-3 Accessories ... 1-1 1-4 Options ... 1-1 1-5 Specifications ... 1-3 SECTION 2 - INSTALLATION Paragraph Page 2-1 Introduction ... 2-1 2-2 Unpacking ... 2-1 2-3 Mounting ... 2-1 2-4 Power Requirements ... 2-1 2-5 Cable Connections ... 2-1 2-6 Preliminary Checkout ... 2-1 SECTION 3 - OPERATION paragraph Page 3-1 Introduction ... 3-1 3-2 Operating Controls, Indicators, and Connectors ... 3-1 3-3 Local Operation ... 3-2 3-100 Remote (GPIB) Operation ... 3-5 3-101 Introduction ... 3-5 3-102 Local and Remote Operation ... 3-5 3-103 Setting the Bus Address ... 3-5 3-104 Terminating Characters ... 3-5 3-105 Listen Operation ... 3-6 3-106 Talk Operation ... 3-6 3-107 Error Messages ... 3-7 3-108 Device Clear ... 3-7 3-109 Service Request and Serial Poll ... 3-7 3-110 Device Trigger ... 3-7 3-111 Bus Commands ... 3-7 SECTION 5 - THEORY OF OPERATION Paragraph Page 5-1 Introduction ... 5-1 5-2 Block Diagram Description ... 5-1 5-3 Control Board Description ... 5-2 SECTION 6 - MAINTENANCE Paragraph Page 6-1 Introduction ... 6-1 6-2 Safety Requirements ... 6-1 6-3 Test Equipment ... 6-1 6-4 Cleaning Procedure ... 6-1 6-6 Inspection ... 6-2 SECTION 6“ 100 - PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION Paragraph Page 6-101 Introduction ... 6-101 6-102 Verification Procedure ... ... 6-101 SECTION 6-200 - ADJUSTMENTS Paragraph Page 6-201 Introduction ... 6-201 6-202 Power Up Reset Adjustment ... 6-201 6-203 Output Level Calibration ... 6-201 SECTION 6-300 - TROUBLESHOOTING Paragraph Page 6-301 Introduction ... 6-301 6-302 Access to Boards and Assemblies ... 6-301 6-303 Troubleshooting Procedures ... 6-301 6-304 Power supply ... 6-301 6-305 Isolation to Assembly ... 6-302 6-306 Control Board Troubleshooting ... 6-302 6-307 Output Board Troubleshooting ... 6-303 SECTION 7 - PARTS LIST Pages 7-1 through 7-5 SECTION 8 - SCHEMATICS Pages 8-1 through 8-11

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