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1 ms cm - c m -jAS cm -(xs cm -ns cm -yslcm ns cm - 2 jxs cm -. 1 (As cm 0 5 (is cm - 20 kHz 5 0 kHz 100 kHz 2 00 kHz 500 kHz The time variable control range can also be checked. The sweep speed becomes slower by turning this variable control counter-clockwise to its left stop. 2.5 cycles at least every cm should be displayed (with X MAG. x10 button released measurement in the 5ns cm range). When the X MAG. x10 button is depressed, a marker or cycle peak will be displayed every 10 cm 5 (with...

Info

Delay time 2.5cm - 0.5 ms cm 1,25 ms Delay time 2.5cm - 0.5 ms cm 1,25 ms In figure 2 it can be seen that the delay time is also measurable as the blanked portion or apparent shift of the start of the trace. This time can be determined by multiplication of (the horizontal shifting in cm) by (the time coefficient set on the TIME DIV. switch). Now the mode switch can be set to DELAY. In this mode, the LED is permanently illuminated. The display will now shift to the left and the trace will...

Led

Initially, the sweep delay mode lever switch should be set in the OFF position. In this mode, the complete waveform under investigation will be displayed as for normal oscilloscope operation. The mode indicator LED is not illuminated in OFF mode. The time coefficient on the TIME DIV. switch is selected so that 1 to 3 basic periods of the signal are displayed. A larger number unnecessarily decreases the brightness and maximum expansion. The display of only a portion of a period limits the choice...

Table of contents

Technical Data PI Accessories Z 1 General Information Ml Use of tilt Operating conditions M 2 2 2 Mains Line voltage change M 2 Amplitude Measurements M 3 Connection of Test Signal M 5 6 Trace Rotation TR M 7 DC Balance Adjustment M 7 Use and Compensation of Probes M 8 Operating Modes of the Y Amplifier M 9 X-Y Phase Measurements Ml 0 Dual Trace Phase Difference Measurements M 10 Measurement of an amplitude modulation Ml 1 Triggering and Timebase Ml 1 Triggering of video signals Ml 2 Function...

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I I I, DUAL, ADD, Triggering Checks T 3 Component Tester T 4 Trace Alignment T 4 Miscellaneous T 4 Instrument Case Removal S 1 Astigmatismus control S 1 Trouble Shooting the Instrument S 2 Replacement of Components and Parts S 2 Replacement of the Power Transformer S 2 Block Diagram D 1 Wiring Diagram D 2 Identification of Components D 3 Y Input, Attenuator, Preamplifier CH. I II D 4 Y intermediate Amplifiers, Trigger Pre-Amplifiers, Component Tester D 5 Y Final...

Hz52

After completion of the HF-adjustment, the signal amplitude displayed on the CRT screen should have the same value as during the 1 kHz adjustment. Probes other than those mentioned above, normally have a larger tip diameter and may not fit into the calibrator outputs Whilst it is not difficult for an experienced operator to build a suitable adapter, it should be pointed out that most of these probes have a slower risetime with the effect that the total bandwidth of scope together with probe may...

Short Instruction for HM604

Connect the instrument to power outlet. Switch on POWER pushbutton. No other button is depressed. LED indicates operating condition. Case, chassis, and all measuring connectors are connected to the Safety Earth Conductor (Safety Class I). TRIG. selector switch to AC, Tv SEP. switch to OFF, LEVEL knob in AT position (Automatic Triggering) DELAY lever switch to OFF. and HOLD-OFF control min. Adjust INTENS. control for average brightness. Center trace on screen using X-POS. and Y-POS.I controls....

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Amplitude and frequency spectrum for AM display (m The display of the amplitude-modulated HF oscillation can be evaluated with the oscilloscope provided the frequency spectrum is inside the oscilloscope bandwidth. The time base is set so that several cycles of the modulation frequency are visible. Strictly speaking, triggering should be external with modulation frequency (from the AF generator or a demodulator). However, internal triggering is frequently possible with normal triggering using a...

Operating Instructions

This oscilloscope is easy to operate. The logical arrangement of the controls allows anyone to become familiar with the operation of the instrument after a short time, however, experienced users are also advised to read through these instructions so that all functions are understood. Immediately after unpacking, the instrument should be checked for mechanical damage and loose parts in the interior. If there is transport damage, the supplier must be informed immediately. The instrument must then...

L F

With X-MAG. xlO button depressed the Tc value must be divided by 10. However, these four values are not freely selectable. They have to be within the following'limits L between 0.2 and 1 Ocm, if possible 4 to 1 Ocm, T between 5 ns and 1 Os, F between 0.1 Hz and 60 MHz, Tc between 50ns cm and 1 s cm in I-2-5 sequence (with X MAG. x 10 in out position), and Tc between 5 ns cm and 100 ms cm in I-2-5 sequence (with pushed X MAG. x10 button). Displayed wavelength L 7 cm, set time coefficient Tc 0.5...

Hz65

Indispensable for trouble-shooting in electronic circuits. Single component and in-circuit tests are both possible. The HZ65 operates with all scopes, which can be switched to X-Y operation ext. horizontal deflection . Non-destructive tests can be carried out on almost all semiconductors, resistors, capacitors, and coils. Two sockets provide for quick testing of the 3 junction areas in any small power transistor. Other components are connected by using 2 banana jacks. Test leads supplied.

60 MHz Universal Oscilloscope

Sensitivity, Delay Line, Component Tester Timebase 2.5s div. to 5ns div. including x10 Magnifier amp Sweep Delay Triggering DC-100MHz, TV Sync Separator, After-Delay Trigger With its variety of operating and trigger modes, the HM604 is a new innovative general purpose oscilloscope satisfying a wide range of exacting requirements in laboratory, production, and service. The dual-channel measurement amplifier ensures highly faithful waveform transfer characteristics, which...

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Oscilloscope Hm604

Beispiel Kabelverbindung P2-3 1 - f bzw. W2-3 1 P Flachkabelstecker auf Board W Flachkabelverbindung eine Seite verl tet, andere Seite Buchsenleiste 2-3 Verbindung zwischen Board 2 und Board 3 1 1. Flachkabelverbindung zwischen Board 2 und 3 Draht-Nummer des Flachkabels Example, cable connection P2-3 1 or W2-3 1 respectively P Flat cable plug soldered on board W Flat cable wiring direct soldered on board with socket movable 2-3 Connection between Board 2 and Board 3 1 First flat cable...

Service Instructions

The following instructions are intended as an aid for the electronic technician, who is carrying out readjustments on the HM 604, if the nominal values do not meet the specifications. These instructions primarily refer to those faults, which were found after using the Test Instructions. However, this work should only be carried out by properly qualified personnel. For any further technical information call or write to HAM EG. Addresses are provided at the back of the manual. It is recommended...

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Oscilloscope Hm604

Die Metrischen Bauteile sind so gekennzeichnet, daB die erste Nummer mit dar Baugruppen-Nummer bereinstimmt Geratestecker, Netschalter. Netztransformator usw. Eingangsteiler, Y-Vorverst rker Kanal I II Y-Zwischenverst rker. Kanalumschaltungs-Flip-Flop, Dioden-Schaltlogik. Chopper-Generator. Triggerverst rker. Niederspannungsversorgung, Testleiste. X-Endverst rker, Component-Tester Triggerschaltung. Zeitbasis passiv , Ablenkverz gerung, Hold-off Schaltung, Helltastung, TV-Sync.-Sep . Y-Out Verst...