4-2a. Typical anode voltage for a 25-in color picture tube is
b. Typical anode capacitance is
4-3a. The phosphor numbers for monochrome is
and for color picture tubes is
do not need an ion-trap.c. What is the color of the P1 phosphor?
is the most negative electron gun.b.
Ultor or Anode
is the most positive electron gun.c. Most of the electrons in the beam flow out of the
terminal.4-5a. The crossover point for focusing is formed by the
first electron lens.
b. A G3 voltage of 200V is used for
low-voltage focus method.
c. For most color picture tubes, the G3 focus voltage is an
value of several kilovolts.
4-6a. The small magnets embedded in the yoke housing correct for
b. The coils above and below the electron are for
c. Two permanent-magnet rigs just behind the yoke are used for centering the beam in
d. Neck shadow result when the deflection yoke is
too far back.
4-7a. Separation of the beams for the red, green and blue colors is accomplished by the
are easier than the delta guns in making the convergence adjustments.4-8a. A shadow mask has about
holes.b. The holes in the shadow mask is conical in shape to
prevent secondary emission.
4-9a. Ambient room lighting makes black on the screen appear
masking improves contrast by making black appear darker.
4-10a. A TV projection picture shows
detail than the image on a direct-view picture tube.b. The typical anode voltage for projection tubes is
30 to 80 kV.
4-11a. When a picture tube is being discharged, the ground end of the clip lead should be connected
limit the amount of color saturation.
Weak emission from the cathode of the electron gun
causes saturation limiting, with the pictureappearing silvery gray where it should appear white.b. No picture, with a bright, blank raster and no control of brightness, may indicate a
short circuit betweenthe cathode and the control grid
in the picture tube.
c. A yellowish brown monochrome picture slowly balancing to a neutral gray scale indicates
weak emissionin the blue gun.Chapter 5
Set up Adjustments for the Color Picture Tubes
5-1a. The color purity magnet serves as a
b. The color purity and beam landing adjustments are the
c. The color purity is adjusted for the raster, one color at a time.
5-2a. Degaussing should be done
the color purity adjustments.b. The degaussing is done
60 Hz ac.
c. The ADG circuit have a
current when the receiver is first turned on.5-3a. A solid red raster is a check for
good color purity.
b. Small white dots in the picture are used for
c. Color fringing on the edges of the picture is a sign of
5-4a. Static convergence is done for the
of the screen.b. Permanent magnets are used for