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OSCILLOSCOPE OS9lOOD
SERVICE MANUAL

4B LG Precision Co.,Ltd.

Servicing_PPecautions Please read all instructions in the service manual thoroughly before servicing. Disconnect power cord from power source before opening the enclosure. Instructions 1. To maintain the precision and reliability of the product use it in the standard condi tions( temperature 10 -35O centigrade and humidity 45%~85%) 2. After turning on power, please allow a 15minute pre-heating warm-up period before using. 3. Triple-line power cord is to be used for this product. But when you are using doubleline power cord. make sure to connect the earth ground terminal of the product to the earth ground at the power source for safety 4. This product can be re-designed without prior notice for improvement , exterior des i gn and technical quality specifications. Warranty Warranty service covers a period of one year from the date of original purchase. In case of technical failure within a year, repair service will be provided by our service center or sales outlet free of charge. We charge for repairs after one year warranty period expires. When the failure is a result of user s neglect, natural disaster or accident, we charge for repairs regardless of the warranty period. Notice This Service Manual describes the basic typical product of this model. If there are any speci fit differences between this manual and the servicing unit, please contact LG Precision sales off ice in your area.

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CONTENTS
1. GENERAL

2, SPECIFICATIONS
3, ACCESSORIES

4. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 5, CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 6, CALIBRATION


6-l. Calibration Interval 6-2. Test Equipment Required 6-3. Preliminary Procedure 6-4. Preliminary Control Settings 6-5. Initial Starting Procedure 6-6. Calibration Procedure

7, SEMICONDUCTOR LEAD CONFIGURATIONS 8, ELECTRICAL PARTS ARRANGEMENT , .I. : (WITH ADJUSTMENT LOCATIONS) .a 9, ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST 10, BLOCK DIAGRAM 11, WIRING DIAGRAM 12, SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 13, MECHANICAL PARTS LIST 81 EXPLODED VIEW 14, EXTERNAL VIEWS, . ,.. .

1. GENERAL The OS-9100D is a 3 channel 6 trace oscilloscope with 1OOMHz frequency bandwidth. CH1 and CH2 vertical system provides calibrated deflection factors from 5 V/division to 1 mV/division. The stable sweep triggering is possible over the full bandwidth capabilities of the vertical deflection system. The horizontal deflection system provides calibrated sweep rates from 0.5 s/div to 0.05 ys/div along with delayed sweep features for accurate relative time measurements.

2, SPECIFICATIONS
OS-9100D CRT 1. Configuration and useful screen 2. Accelerating potentials 3. Phosphor 4. Focusing 5. Trace rotation 6. Scale illumination 7. Intensity control Z-AXIS INPUT (Intensity Modulation) 1. Input signal 2. Band-width 3. Coup1 ing 4. Input impedance 5. Maximum input Voltage Vertical Deflect ion1. Band-width( -3dB) DC coupled AC coupled 2. Modes 3. Deflect ion Factors 4. Accuracy 5. Input impedance 6. Maximum input voltage 7. Input coupling 6-inch rectangular screen with internal graticule:8xlOdiv (1 div = 1 cm), marking for measurement of rise time. 2mm subdivisions along the central axis. ----A -__ +15kV approx.(ref. cathode) P31 (standard) possible(with autofocus correction circuit) provi ded variable provided -I ,1

Positive going signal decreases intensity. (+3Vp-p or more signal cases noticeable modulation at normal intensity setting. ) DC - 3.5MHz (-3dB) -~ DC 15kQ 2OV (DC + Peak AC)

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DC to lOOMH2 normal DC to 2OMHz magnified 1OHz to 1OoMHz normal 1OHz to 2OMHz magnified CHl, CH2, ALT, CHOP, ADD 5mV/div to 5V/div in 10 calibrated steps of a l-2-5 sequence. Continuously variable between steps at least 1:2.5 x5 MAG : lmV/div to lV/div in 10 calibrated steps. normal : f3%, magnified : +5% approx. lM-ohm in parallel with 22pF 23pF 1 tDirect : 25OV( DC+peak AC), (with probe : refer to probe specification) AC - DC, GND --3.5ns or less( 17.5ns or 1ess:XSMAG) -i

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8. Rise time CH1 out

approx. 5OmV/div into 50 ohms : 5OHz to 3OMHz (-3dB)

1 0. Polarity inversion. 1 1. Signal delay

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OS-9100D 12. CH3(EXT) Band Width Rise Time Deflection Factor Accuracy Input Impedance Max. Input Voltage * Horizontal Deflection 1. Display modes 1 2. Time base A t 0. ZV/div +5% approx. 1MlR in parallel with 22pF+3pF

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A, ALT, B, X-Y, B TRIG D 5Ons/div to 0.5s/div in 22 calibrated steps, l-2-5 sequence. uncalibrated continuous control between steps at least 1:2.5 variable with the holdoff control 5Ons/div to 5Oms/div in 19 calibrated steps, l-2-5 sequence. 1 div or less to 10 div or more 10 times(maximum sweep rate : 5ns/div)

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Hold-off time 1 3. Time base B I Delayed sweep / 4. Sweep magnification I I 5. Accuracy I* Trigger System 1. Modes 2. Source 3 . Slope 4. Sensitivity and frequency AUTO, NORM

j f3 (OC to 5O c), additional error for magnifier +2% -------tAUTO, NORM, TV-V, TV-H
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CHl, CH2, LINE, CH3(EXT) + or j /

TV-V, TV-H * X-Y Operation 1. Frequency bandwidth 3. X-Y phase difference DC coupled : lx to 2MHz AC coupled : 1OHz to 2MHz 3 or less (at DC to 1OOkHz)

: Probe adjust : Power Supply 1. Voltage range

OS-9100D approx. 1kHz frequency, 0.5V( +396) square wave duty ratio : 50%

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Fuse (250V) UL198G 2A 1A IEC127 F2A

lOOV( 90-11oi~Ti~ 12OV(108-132V)/AC 22OV(


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2. Frequency 3. Power consumption : Physical Characteristics 1. Weight 2. Dimension I Environmental Characteristics 1. Temperature range for rated operation 2. Max. ambient operating temperature 3. Maw. storage temperature 4. Humidity range for rated operation 5. Max. ambient operating humidity.

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3, ACCESSORIES
(1) Operation Manual (2) Probe (Option) (3) Fuse(2A for 1OOV or 120V set or 1A for 22OV and 23OV set) (4) Power cable

4, PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventive maintenance, when performed on a regular basis, can prevent instrument breakdown and may improve the reliability of the oscilloscope. The severity of environment to which this instrument is subjected will determine the frequency of maintenance. A convenient time to perform preventive maintenance is preceding recalibration of the instrument. Disassembly Remove the top cover and the bottom cover of the instrument. Most of the internal parts of the instrument are now accessible, if access to the front of the circuit board are necessary, remove the knobs from the external control shafts on the board. Cleaning The instrument should be cleaned as often as operating conditions require. Accumulation of dirt in the instrument can cause component breakdown. The covers provide protection against dust in the interior of the instrument, Loose dust accumulated on these covers can be removed with a soft cloth or small brush. Dirt that remains can be removed with a soft cloth dampened in a mild detergent and water solution. abrasive cleaners should not be used. Cleaning the interior should only be occasionally necessary. The best way to clean the interior is to blow off the dust with a dry, low-velocity stream of air. A soft-bristle brush or a cottontip applicator is useful for cleaning in narrow spaces or for cleaning more delicate components. Visual Inspection The instrument should be inspected occasionally for such defects as broken connections, improperly seated transistors, damaged circuit boards, and heatdamaged parts. The correct procedure f o r m o s t v i s i b l e d e f e c t s i s apparent ; however, particular care must be taken if heatdamaged components are found. Overheating usually indicates other trouble in the instrument ; therefore, correcting the cause of the overheating is important to prevent recurrence of the damage.

5, CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
The block diagram shows the overall relationship between all of the circuit. Complete schematics of each circuit are also given in section schematics diagrams. Refer to these diagrams throughout the following circuit description for electrical values and relationship. CH1 (CH2) INPUT AMPLIFIER This circuit consists of the attenuator circuit and the input amplifier circuit. In the Attenuator circuit, input signal applied to the input connector can be either AC coupled or DC coupled, or they can be disconnected to the internal circuit when GND switch is push. Attenuation is determined by the setting of VOLT/DIV switch. In the input amplifier circuit, signal from the input attenuator circuit is connected to source follower and amplified. CH1 (CH2) PREAMP & TRIGGER PICK OFF The CHl(CH2) preamp circuit provide control of vertical position and DC level. They also contain a stage to provide a sample of the input signal to the trigger preamp circuit for internal triggering from the CH1 or CH2 signal only. And the trigger preamp of CH1 provides the CH1 input signal to the horizontal amplifier in the X-Y position of the HORIZ DISPLAY switch. The trigger preamp circuit amplifies the internal trigger signal to the level necessary to drive the trigger generator circuit. VERTICAL SWITCHING & CH3 PREAMP The vertical switching circuit determines the input signal or combination of input signals to be connected to the vertical main amplifier. Input signal combinations that can be displayed are selected by FLIP-FLOP that is controlled by the vertical mode switches and the X-Y of the HORIZ DISPLAY switch. In the ALT and CHOP modes, both channels are alternately displayed on a shared time basis. In the CH3 preamp, CH3 signal from horizontal circuit is amplified and provide the trigger amplifier circuit.

The vertical main amplifier circuit provides the final amplification for the vertical deflection signal, before it is applied to the vertical deflection plates of the CRT. This circuit also provide control of vertical gain.

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TRIGGER AMPLIFIER TRIGGER GENERATOR The Trigger amplifier circuit amplifies the internal trigger signal to the level necessary to drive the generator circuit. Input signal for the trigger amplifier circuit is obtained by sampling the signal applied to CH1 or the composite vertical signal from the vertical switching circuit. This circuit also provides a signal to the horizontal amplifier for X-Y operation, The trigger generator circuit produces trigger pulse to start the sweep generator circuit. This trigger pulses are derived from the internal trigger signal from the vertical deflection system, an external signal connected to the external CH3(EXT) input connector or a sample of the line voltage applied to the instrument. This circuit consists of the trigger source, trigger mode switch, TV syncronization circuit, horizontal control circuit and etc. The trigger source is one of CHl, CH2, LINE, CH3(EXT). The trigger couple is one of AC, HFR, LFR, DC. The trigger mode is one of AUTO, NORM, TV-V, TV-H. Sweep signal A or B may be selected for the horizontal amplifier with the HORIZ DISPLAY switch A or ALT and B or B TRIG D. In X-Y operation, the signal i n p u t t o t h e v e r t i c a l p r e a m p f o r CH1 i n p u t i s l e d t o t h e h o r i z o n t a l amplifier via the trigger amplifier and the signal applied to CH2 input is led to the horizontal amplifier. Thus, a Lissajous figure can be displayed on the screen, by the signal applied to CH2 input(Y-axis display)

A AND B SWEEP GENERATOR


Sweep generator circuit consists of sweep gate circuit and A miller integrator. The pulse generated by the A trigger pulse shaping circuit is applied to the A sweep generator circuit and a sweep signal for horizontal axis sweep is generated when the sweep gate opens. The B sweep generator circuit generator circuit generates a sweep signal at a preset time after the operation of the i\ sweep generator circuit. The sweep by sweep B is called delayed sweep, As descrived above, sawtooth wave are generated by opening and closing the sweep gate, and sweep gate signals A and B generated at that time are led the Z-Axis amplifier, The sweep gate circuit produces an unblanking gate to unblank the during sweep time.

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HORIZONTAL OUTPUT AMPLIFIER This circuit provides the final signal amplification to drive the CRT horizontal deflection plates. The horizontal output Amplifier has the horizontal magnification and the horizontal position functions, In all position of the TIME/DIV select switch the input signal of the horizontal output amplifier is the sawtooth signal from the sweep generator. CRT CIRCUIT The CRT circuit provides the voltage levels and control circuits to operate the CRT. T h e c i r c u i t c o n s i s t s o f t h e z - a x i s a m p l i f i e r , h i g h v o l t a g e oscillator, high voltage regulator, high voltage rectifier and the CRT controls. CRT control circuit consists of the probe adjust circuit and scale i 1 luminate circuit. The probe adjust circuit produces a square wave output signal with accurate amplitude and frequency. This output is available as a square wave voltage at the PROBE ADJUST 0.5V (1kHz) connector. POWER SUPPLY The low voltage power supply circuit provides five regulated sources (-12vol t s , +5vol t s , +12vol t s , +55vol t s and +12Ovol ts), one unregulated source (-18volts) and two AC source (6.3, 24volts) used to operate the vertical deflection system, horizontal deflection system and CRT driving circuit,

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6. CALIBRATION
LG Precision provides complete instrument repair and calibration at our oversea office and authorized dealer. Contact your local LG Precision office or representative 6-l. Calibration interval To maintain instrument accuracy, perform the calibration of the OS-9100D unit at least every 1000 hours of operations or every six months if used frequently. 6-2. Test equipment required The following test equipment {Table 6-l) and accessories, or equivalent, are required for the complete calibration of the OS-91OOP Units. The given specifications for the test equipment are the minimum necessary for accurate calibration. Therefore, the specifications of any test equipment used must meet or exceed the list specifications. All the test equipment is assumed to be correctly calibrated and operating within the listed specification. Operating instructions f o r t h e t e s t e q u i p m e n t a r e n o t g i v e n i n t h i s procedure. Refer to the instruction manual for the test equipment if more information is needed. 6-3. Preliminary procedure This instrument should be calibrated under an ambient temperature or +20 oC(k5C) for best overall accuracy. 1. Connect the instrument to AC line voltage, 50/6OHz line source. 2. Set the instrument controls as given in the preliminary control setting. Allow at least 30 minutes of warmup before proceeding,

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Table 6-l TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED !gni mum Speci

i cat ion ~ExarnpleoffUsege-! / iCheck horizontal, vertical / ~ land trigger bandwidth.

50kHz referance frequency ; 1. Constant Amp1 i tude Maximum frequency 150MHz ; Signal Generator IVariable amplitude 2. Standard Amp1 i tude Variable amp1 i tude : 5mV to 40V Calibrator 1 Frequency : 1kHz square wave Variable frequency : 1OHz t o 1MHz 13. Square wave Output amplitude generator : 1OmV t o 1OOV 14. Digital Multimeter 0.1% accuracy

Check vertical gain. I Check probe and vertical -

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Check external trigger I IImpedance : 50 ohm /operation and horizontal : RG-58/U iType !7. Cable . jgai n. iLength : 42 inches I iAdjust h o r i z o n t a l g a i n . i Connector : BNC I -___~--~.-i-.--.A- .~-...---~-.~.~ ..--- _ _ _----+ ..IL---. + 1 . iCheck and adjust vertical IImpedance : 50 ohm 18. Termination /amplifier compensation. lConnector : BNC I 9. Attenuator R a t i o : 10X Connector : BNC Impedance : 50 ohm -~-._-.. Connector : BNC Check vertical amplifier

10. T-Connector

Check external trigger

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6-4. Preliminary control settings Preset the instrument controls to the setting given below, when starting the calibration procedures.
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16. DLY D POSITION 1 Midrange -__ I--17. TRACE SEPARATION / Midrange 18. HORIZ DISPLAY 19. A VARIABLE 1 A (Pushed in)

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5. CH1 V-POSITION I Midrange / 6. CH2 V-POSITION 1 Midrange ; 8 . INPUT COUPLING I GND (AC-GND-DC) I-;-. : 5 mV/DIV j 9. VOLTS/DIV -r CH1 j 10. V-MODE
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6-5. Initiallstarting procedure 1. Push the POWER switch. 2. Wait a few seconds for the cathode ray tube (CRT) to warm up. A trace should appear on the display of the CRT. 3. If the trace disappears, increase (clockwise) the INTENSITY control setting until the trace is easily observed. 4. Adjust FOCUS control for the best focused display. 5. Readjust POSITION controls if necessary, to center the trace. 6-6. Calibration procedure

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POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM


NOTE : Before you begin. see LOCATIONS). Control settings Preset the controls as given in the Preliminary control settings. [l] Check Lo w vo - It age supply, if necessary. a. Connect the digital voltmeter (DVM) to the -12 volt line, : -11.97v t o +12.03v (P1002,2) b. Connect the DVM to the +5 volt line. : +4,75V t o +5.25V (P1002.3) c. Connect the DVM to the +12 volt line. : +ll. 75V to +12.25V (P1002.4) d. Connect the DVM to the +55 volt line. : +53V t o +57V (P1002,5) e. Connect the DVM to the +120 volt line. : +115V t o +125V (P1002,6) [2] Adjust Low-voltage supply. Adjust VRlOOl for a DVM reading of -12V (&30mV), [3] Adjust High-voltage supply. a. Connect the DVM to the H.V test point (CRT SOCKET BOARD) with High-voltage probe(lOO:l). b. Check the VR905 for a DVM reading as -1630 - -1670V (-1650Vf20V) 8. ELECTRICAL PARTS ARRANGEMENT (WITH ADJUSTMENT

DISPLAY
Control Setting Preset the controls as given in the Preliminary control setting, [ 41 Check/Ad just CRT Bias. Display switch to the [A] position, and A TIME/DIV switch to the lms. a. Set the INTENSITY to the direction of 10 o clock as shown.

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b. Observe the trace on CRT. c. Adjust the CRT Bias Adjustment, VR904,so that the trace makes an appear. [5] Check/Adjust Trace Rotation. a. Check that the trace is parallel to the horizontal center line. b. Adjust the TRACE ROTATION for a trace that is parallel with the horizontal graticule lines.

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[6] Check/Adjust ASTIGmati sm and FOCUS a. Set Vertical Mode switch to the CH2 [X-Y] position, and HORIZ DISPLAY switch to the [X-Y] position, and AC-DC, GND to DC. b. Set the INTENSITY control for a small spot, as the following figure, using position controls.

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c. Check that the spot is round. d. Adjust the FOCUS adjustment and ASTIG adjustment l/R402 for a round spot.

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HORIZONTAL SYSTEM
Control settings Preset the controls as given in the preliminary control settings. [7] Check/Adjust Horizontal A sweep Gain. a. Set the input AC-DC, GND to DC. b. Set the HORIZ. DISPLAY switch to the A position and A TIME/DIV switch to lms. c. Check that the time marks align with the graticule line over the center eight divisions, within 3%. d. Adjust the H GAIN adjustment VR901 so that the time marks align with the center eight graticule lines. [8] Check/Adjust Horizontal Xl0 MAG Gain. a. Set the HORIZ. DISPLAY switch to the A pos ition and A TIME/DIV switch to lms. b. Set XlOMAG (Pull out the A VARIABLE contra 1). c. Check that the one-cycle time marks align with the ten division graticule lines, within 5% d, Adjust the MAG GAIN adjustment, VR902, so that the one-cycle time marks align with the ten division graticule lines. e. Push in the A VARIABLE control after check and adjustment. [9] Check/Ad just MAG CENT. a. Set the A TIME/DIV switch to lms. b. Being the A VARIABLE control is in pulled out state (X10 MAG), the left end of the trace is brought to the center point and then the A VARIABLE is depressed. c. Observe the movement of the left end of the trace. d. Adjust the MAG CENT adjustment, VR903, for the movement of the end of the trace within +0.5DIV. [lo] Check/Adjust high speed (50ns) A sweep accuracy. a. Set the time mark generator for 50ns time marks. b. Set the A IME/DIV switch to 50ns. c, Check that the time marks align with the graticule line over the middle eight divisions, within t3%. d. Adjust the 50ns/DIV adjustment VC701 so that the time marks coincide w th the middle eight graticule lines. [ll] Check/Adjust high speed (lOus) A sweep accuracy. a. Set the time mark generator for lOus time marks. b. Set the A TIME/DIV switch to lOus. c. Check that the time marks align with the graticule line over

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the middle eight divisions, within &3%. d. Adjust the lOus/DIV adjustment VC702 so that the time marks coincide with the middle eight graticule lines. [12] Check/Adjust Horizontal B Sweep Gain a. Set the HORIZ DISPLAY switch to the B position. A TIME/DIV switch to the 2ms and B TIME/DIV switch to the lms. b. Set the time mark generator for lms time marks. c. Rotate the DLY D POSITION C. C. W fully. d. Check that the time marks align with the graticule line over the middle eight divisions, within +3%. e. Adjust the VR803 so that the time marks coincide with the middle eight graticule lines. [13] Check/Adjust High speed (50ns) B sweep accuracy. a. Set the time mark generator for 50ns time mark. b. Set the A TIME/DIV switch to 0. lus and B TIME/DIV switch to 50ns. c. Check that the time marks align with the graticule lines over the middle eight divisions, within * 3%. d. Adjust the VC801 that the time marks coincide with middle eight graticule lines. [14] Check/Adjust High speed(lOus) B sweep accuracy. a. Set the time mark generator for lOus time mark. b. Set the A TIME/DIV switch to 20~s and B TIME/DIV switch to JOUS. c. Check that the time marks align with the graticule lines over the middle eight divisions, within Ifr: 3%. d, Adjust VC802 that the time marks coincide with middle eig.ht graticule lines. [15] Check/Adjust A & B sweep start and stop. a. Set the HORIZ DISPLAY switch to the ALT position. A TIME/DIV switch to the lms and B TIME/DIV switch to the lOus. b. Set the time mark generator for lms time mark. c. Rotate the DLY D position to C. C. W fully, d. Adjust the sweep start adjustment VR701 within 0.5div e. And then, rotate the DLY D position to C. W fully. f. Adjust the sweep stop adjustment VR702 over the 1Odiv. [lS] Check/Adjust B sweep start. a. Set the A and B TIME/DIV switch to lOus. b. Rotate the DLY D POSITION to C. C. W fully. c. Adjust the B sweep start adjustment VR803A for B sweep start same A sweep start,

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VERTICAL SYSTEM
Control settings Preset the controls as given in the Preliminary control settings. [17] Check/Adjust DC Balance (Step attenuator balance), a. b. c. d. Set the VOLTS/DIV switch to 5mV position. Position the trace to the horizontal center line. Change the VOLTWDIV switch to the 1OmV position. Check that the trace is within t 0.4 division of the horizontal center line. e. Adjust the CHl(CH2) DC BAL adjustment, VRlOl(VR201) for a trace at the horizontal center line. f. Repeat part (a) through (e) until less than t 0.05 division shift is noted when changing the VOLTS/DIV setting.

[ 181 Check ADD BALANCE. a. Set the A TIME/DIV switch to the lms position, and the HORIZ. .: DISPLAY switch to A position. b. Set the CH1 and CH2 AC-DC, GND switches to GND. c, Set the V-MODE switch to ALT or CHOP. d. Next, Adjust the vertical Position control so that the trace is identical with the horizontal center graticule line. e. Set the V-MODE switch to ADD. f. Check that the trace is identical with the horizontal center graticule line within fl division. [19] Check/Adjust vertical position center a. Confirm the vertical POSITION control is at midrange. b, Check that the trace is 0 division of the horizontal center 1 ine. c. Adjust the CHl(CH2) Position Center adjustment VR103(VR203) for a trace at the horizontal center line. [20] Check/Adjust Xl AC GAIN a. Set the A TIME/DIV switch to lms position. b. Set the VOLTS/DIV switch to 1OmV position. c. Set the AC-DC, GND switch to DC. d. Connect the square-wave generator (using 1kHz output range), e. Adjust the output amplitude of the generator for 5 division deflection of screen. f. Check that the high-voltage level of pulse is flat,
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g. Adjust the CHl(CH2) Xl AC GAIN adjustment VR102(VR202) for a flat level. [21] Check/Adjust Vertical Gain a. Set the VOLTS/DIV switch to the 1OmV pisition and AC-DC, GND switch to DC. b. Connect the standard amplitude calibratior to the input connector. c. Set the standard amplitude calibrator for a 50mVp-p signal. d. Check for a display of five divisions. e. Adjust the CHl(CH2) GAIN adjustment VR401(VR205) for a display of 5 divisions, within 3% f. Check all the VOLTWDIV switch settings. [22] Check/Adjust Input Capacity {ATT : tl) a. Set the VOLTS/DIV switch to the 20mV position. b. Set the AC-DC, GND switch to DC. c. Connect the L-C meter to the input terminals. d. Check that the input capacity is approximately 22pF. [23] Check/Adjust Vertical Step Response. a. Set the VOLTS/DIV switch to 1OmV position. b. Set the A TIME/DIV swich to 50ns position. c.-- Connect the fast-rise, positive output (50mV, 1MHz) of the square-wave generator to the input. Use a 5OQ termination and cable. d. Set the square-wave generator to 1MHz. Adjust the square-wave generator output for a 5 divisions display. e. CH1 : Adjust VC401, VC402, VC403, VC404 for over-shoot that is to. 35division at 5mV/div, lOmV/div, fO.5division at 20mWdiv of VOLTS/DIV switch. CH2: Adjust the VC202 for over-shoot that is +0.25DIV. to. 35division at 5mV/div, lOmV/div, +O. Cidivision at 20mV/div of VOLTS/DIV switch.

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[24] Check/Adjust Attenuation Compensation (ATT 40, 400, +250) a. Set the AC-DC, GND switch to DC. b. connect the high amplitude of square-wave generator to the CH1 ( CH2 ) input terminals, adjust for a high amplitude square-wave that is flat ( flat top ) below the figure.

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[25] Check/Adjust Input Capacity.

a. Connect the L-C meter to the input connector

b. Check that the input capacity is approximately 22pF. c. Adjust the trimmer condensers for a 22pF input capacity under above settings and figure.

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TRIGGER SYSTEM
[26] Check/Adjust CH3(TRIG VIEW) postion center,

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Set the V-MODE switch to the ALT. Set the A TIME/DIV switch to the lms. Set the TRIG SOURCE switch to the CH3(EXT). Set the TRIG COUPLE switch to the AC. Set the TRIG LEVEL knob to the mid-position. Check that the CH3 trace is identical with the horizontal center line. Adjust the VR608 so that the ch3 trace comes to the horizontal center line. Set the TRIG COUPLE switch to the DC. Set the TRIG SOURCE switch to the CHl. Check that the CH3 trace is identical with the horizontal center line. Adjust the VR104 so that the CH3 comes to the horizontal center line. Set the TRIG SOURCE switch to the CH2, Check that the CH3 trace is identical with the horizontal center line. Adjust the VR206 so that the CH3 trace comes to the horizontal center 1 ine.

[27] Check/Adjust CH3 overshoot. a. Set the TRIG SOURCE switch to the CH3, the COUPLE switch to the DC, the V MODE switch to the ALT. b. Connect the square-wave generator (using 1kHz output range) to the CH3(EXT) input connector. i Use 50Q termination and cable. c. Check that high-voltage level of pulse is flat. d. Adjust. VC601 for overshoot that is O%, with in +5%. [28] Check/Adjust CH3 Gain. a. Set the standard amplitude calibrator for a lVp-p signal. b, Check for display of five division. c. Adjust the VR607 for display of 5divisions, within +2%. [29] Check/Adjust TRIG CENT. a. Set the TRIG SOURCE switch to the CHl, the TRIG SLOPE knob pushed in,the VOLTS/DIV switch to 1OmV and A TIME/DIV switchto 2ous. b. Connect the sine-wave generator to the input connector for a 2 divisions{ 50kHz ). c. Set the TRIG LEVER knob to the midrange. d. Adjust VR606 so that synchronization is effected on the waveform. 1.5 division on the screen. (pulled out position) and insure e. Next, set the TRIG SLOPE to - that synchronization is effected. after confirmation,leave the TRIG SLOPE in the depressed state. Readjust when stepped out.

[30] X-Y Operation [30-l] Check/Adjust X Gain . a. Set the V-MODE switch to CH2, the HORIZ DISPALY switch to the [X-Y], the AC-DC, GND switch of CH1 to DC, the AC-DC, GND switch of CH2 to GND. b. Set the VOLTWDIV switch to lOmV, with Xl GAIN. c. Connect the standard amplitude calibrator to the CH1 input connector. d. Set the standard amplitude calibrator for a 50mV. e. Check for a display of 5 divisions. f. Adjust the X GAIN adjustment VR801 for a display of 5 divisions within 3%. [30-21 Check/Adjust X Position Center. a. Set the HORIZ DISPLAY switch to [X-Y], the V-MODE switch to CH2 the horizontal POSITION control to the midposition, and the AC-DC, GND switch to GND. b. Check to see that the round spot is near the center graticule and is within to.2 division against the horizontal line, c. Adjust the X CENT adjustment VR802 to position spot at the graticule center. [30-31 Check X-Y Phasing. a, Set the CH1 and CH2 VOLTS/DIV to lOmV, the AC-DC-GND switch of CH1 and CH2 to DC b. Connect the constant amplitude signal generator to CH1 and CH2 inputs through 50Q cable and 500 termination c. Adjust the constant amplitude signal generator for an 6 division horizontal display of 100kHz. d. Center the display vertically and horizontally with the CH1 and CH2 POSITION controls. e. Check that the CRT display has an opening at the horizontal ceter line of 0.15 division or less.

PROBE ADJUST
[3l] Check/Adjust PROBE ADJUST terminal (0.5Vp-p, 1kHz) a. Connect the Probe Adjust terminal to the Digital Frequency Counter. b, Check for a Probe Adjust frequency of lkHz, within +20%. c. Next, connect the Probe Adjust terminal to the Digital Multimeter. d, Check for a CAL output of 0,25V, within 3%. e. Adjust the 0.25V adjustment, VRllOl, for a Probe Adjust output of 0.243 to 0.258V.

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