General Radio Company 1650-B Outro
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Model:
1650-B
Date:
1968
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Description:
Impedance Bridge

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The 1650-B Impedance Bridge (Figure 1*1) is a self-contained impedance-measuring system, which includes six bridges for the measurement of capacitance, resistance, conductance, and inductance, as well as the generators and detectors necessary for dc and I-kHz measurements. Features of this bridge include one-percent C, G, R, and L accuracy over all ranges, high D and Q accuracy, a mechanism to facilitate low Q measurement, a slow—motion mechanism on the CGRL dial, visual ac and dc null indications, complete portability, and a convenient tilting mechanism and carrying case. The slow-motion mechanism turns the CGRL dial slowly and effortlessly about a 1-in. sector. Extra torque must be applied to move the dial beyond the 1-in. sector. In the relaytack model (Figure 1-2), the captive cover of the Type 1650-B is replaced with a relay-rack adaptor panel

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Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Manual type:
Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Pages:
66
Size:
9.85 Mbytes (10331069 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Manual-ID:
1650-0120-B
Date:
01 June 1970
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Scaned documento, todas legível.
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30 December 2016
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SPECIFICATIONS INTRODUCTION - SECTION 1 BASIC MEASUREMENTS - SECTION 2 SPECIAL MEASUREMENTS - SECTION 3 ACCURACY - SECTION 4 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION - SECTION 5 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE - SECTION 6 PARTS LISTS AND DIAGRAMS

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Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Manual type:
Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Pages:
66
Size:
10.78 Mbytes (11306204 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
1650-0120-B
Date:
01 June 1970
Quality:
Scaned documento, todas legível.
Upload date:
30 December 2016
MD5:
c1c68d2d9ef8b1d52ad4667e5b654133
Downloads:
827

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Section 1—Introduction 1.1 Description ... 1-1 1.2 Opening and Tilting the Cabinet ... 1-1 1.3 Power Supply ... 1-1 1.4 Symbols, Abbreviations, and Definitions . . 1-2 1.5 Series and Parallel Components ... 1-2 1.6 Portable-to-Rack Conversion ... 1-3 1.7 Connections ... 1-4 Section 2—Basic Measurements 2.1 General ... 2-1 2.2 DC and AC Sensitivity ... 2-4 2.3 DC Voltage and Current Limits ... 2-4 2.4 Connection of External Generator ... 2-6 2.5 Maximum Applied AC Voltage ... 2-7 Section 3—Special Measurements 3.1 General ... 3-1 3.3 Application of DC to Inductors ... 3-2 3.4 DC Bias for AC Resistance Measurements . . 3-4 3.5 Measurement of AC Resistance or Conductance with Reactance ... 3-5 3.6 Measurement of Transducers ... 3-5 3.7 Resonant Frequency of Tuned Circuits . . 3-6 3.8 Shielded Three-Terminal Components . . . 3-6 3.9 Remote Measurements ... 3-6 3.10 Measurement of Grounded Components . . 3-7 3.11 Use of the Type 1650-P1 Test Jig ... 3-7 3.12 Limit Testing ... 3-7 Section 4—Accuracy 4.1 General ... 4-1 4.2 DC Resistance ... 4-1 4.3 AC Resistance ... 4-1 4.4 Inductance ... 4-2 4.5 Capacitance ... 4-2 4.6 Effects of Capacitance to Ground ... 4-2 4.7 D and Q Accuracy ... 4-3 4.8 Orthonull Accuracy ... 4-3 4.9 D and Q Ranges vs Frequency ... 4-5 4.10 Corrections for Residuals ... 4-5 4.11 Operation below 1 kHz ... 4-5 4.12 Operation above 1 kHz ... 4-5 Section 5—Principles of Operation 5.1 General ... 5-1 5.2 1650 Bridge ... 5-5 Section 6—Service and Maintenance 6.1 Warranty ... 6-1 6.2 Service ... 6-1 6.3 Minimum Performance Standards ... 6-1 6.4 Trouble Analysis ... 6-4 6.5 Repair Notes ... 6-5 6.6 Calibration Procedure ... 6-6 6.7 Knob Removal ... 6-8 6.8 Knob Installation ... 6-8 Parts Lists and Diagrams ... 6-10 Appendix

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