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TM 11-6625-2850-14&P

TECHNICAL MANUAL

OPERATOR'S, ORGANIZATIONAL, DIRECT SUPPORT AND
GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST

RECORDER R0-458(V)1/U
(HEWLETT-PACKARD MODEL HP-7035B)
(NSN 6625-00-463-6042)

HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
28 APRIL 1982

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P
This manual contains copyright material reproduced by permission of the HEWLETT-PACKARD company.
TECHNICAL MANUAL

HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, DC, 28 April 1982

No. 11-6625-2850-14&P

OPERATOR'S, ORGANIZATIONAL, DIRECT SUPPORT AND
GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST
RECORDER R0-458(V)1/U
HEWLETT-PACKARD MODEL HP-7035B
(NSN 6625-00-463-6042)

REPORTING ERRORS AND RECOMMENDING IMPROVEMENTS
You can help improve this manual. If you find any mistakes or if you know of a way to improve the
procedures, please let us know. Mail your letter, DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and
Blank Forms), or DA Form 2028-2 located in back of this manual direct to Commander, US Army
Communications-Electronics Command, ATTN: DRSEL-ME-MQ, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703.
In either case, a reply will be furnished direct to you.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION
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Scope ......................................................................................................................
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Index of Technical Publications ................................................................................
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Maintenance Forms, Records and Reports ..............................................................
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Reporting Equipment Improvements Recommendations (EIR) .................................
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Administrative Storage ............................................................................................ . O-1
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Destruction of Army Electronics Materiel ..................................................................
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Warranty Information ...............................................................................................
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This manual is an authentication of the manufacturer's commercial literature which, through usage, has been found
to cover the data required to operate and maintain the equipment. Since the manual was not prepared in accordance with
MIL-SPECS and AR 310-3, the format has not been structured to consider levels of maintenance, nor is it structured to
the normal style of military publications.
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INTRODUCTION .........................................
Description ..................................................
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Basic Frame .....................................
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Specifications ...................................
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Options .............................................
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Metric Calibration (Option
001) ................................................
1-11 X-Axis Retransmitting
Potentiometer (Option 003) ..............
1-13 Accessories ......................................
1-15 Model 7562A Logarithmic
Converter ........................................
1-17 Model 7563A Log Voltmeter/
Amplifier .........................................
1-19 Model 17108A Time Base ..................
1-21 Model 10025A Straightthrough Voltage Probe ....................
1-23 Model 10111A Adapter ......................
1-25 Model 10002A/B/C/D
Voltage Divider Probe .....................
1-27 Model 11000A Cable
Assembly ........................................
1-29 Typical Performance .........................
1-30 Input Resistance vs Off
Balance Characteristics ...................
1-32 Normal Mode Noise ..........................
1-34 Dynamic Response............................
INSPECTION AND INSTALLATION
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Introduction .......................................
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Incoming Inspection ..........................
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Mechanical Checks ...........................
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Damage Claims .................................
2-10 Storage .............................................
2-12 Shipping ............................................
2-14 Recorder Installation .........................
2-16 Cooling .............................................
2-18 Stacking H-P Instruments ..................
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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Operating Requirements ....................
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General ............................................
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Controls, Connectors, and..................
Indicators
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Electrical Requirements .....................
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Operating Power ...............................
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Input Signals .....................................
3-11 Grounding ........................................
3-13 Recording Input Connections .............
3-15 Connection Techniques for
the Guard Shield .............................
3-17 Maximum Allowable Source
Impedance ......................................
3-19 Operating Precautions .......................
3-23 Operating Instructions .......................
3-24 Operational Conditions.......................
3-26 Connect Power .................................
3-28 Connect Inputs .................................
3-30 Energize Recorder ............................

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Install Paper ......................................
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Description .....................................
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Introduction .......................................
Preventive Maintenance ....................
General .............................................
Environmental Operation....................
Cleaning ...........................................
Potentiometer Cleaning .....................
Lubrication ........................................
Visual Lubrication .............................
Mechanical Maintenance....................
Disassembly/Assembly ......................
Carriage Arm Removal ......................
Pen Carriage Removal ......................
Potentiometer Replacement X-Axis .............................................
Wiper Replacement - X-Axis ..............
Potentiometer Replacement Y-Axis .............................................
Wiper Replacement - Y-Axis ..............
Servo Motor Maintenance .................
X-Axis Servo Motor
Replacement ..................................
Y-Axis Servo Motor
Replacement ..................................
Brush Replacement ..........................
Correction of Sticking
Motor Brushes ................................
Y-Axis Restringing ............................
X-Axis Restringing ............................
Electrical Maintenance ......................
Requirements ...................................
Performance Tests ............................
Criteria .............................................
Test Equipment ................................
Initial Checks .....................................
Y-Axis Accuracy and
Linearity ..........................................
X-Axis Accuracy and
Linearity ..........................................
Y-Axis Slewing Speed........................
X-Axis Slewing Speed........................
Common Mode Rejection ..................
DC Rejection ....................................
AC Rejection ....................................
Mechanical Adjustments ...................
Procedure .........................................
Y-Axis Drive String Tension
Check/Adjustment ...........................

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....... VI PARTS LIST 6-1 Introduction ........................... B-1 ........ 5-92 Gain Adjustment ....................................................................................................................................... Recommended Spares ......................TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED) Section Page 5-68 Y Gear Train Backlash Adjustment ....................................................... 5-80 X-Axis Drive Belt Replacement............................................................................................................. 8-8 Change III . Miscellaneous Parts .................................. 5-91 Electrical Adjustments............................................ 5-70 Y-Axis Pen Carriage Adjustment .................................................................. 8-4 Change I ........ 8-6 Change II ......... 5-72 Y-Axis Alignment ..... 5-77 X-Axis Drive Belt Tension Check/Adjustment .................................. 5-96 Phase Shift Adjustment .. 5-84 X-Axis Track Bearing Adjustment ................................ 8-12 Change V ................................... 5-82 X Gear Train Backlash Adjustment .............................................. Section 6-4 6-6 6-8 6-10 6-12 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-11 VII 5-11 5-11 5-13 5-13 5-13 5-14 5-14 5-14 5-15 6-1 6-1 Page VIII Alphanumerical Table ............... 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 TROUBLESHOOTING 7-1 Introduction .................. 8-16 Change VII ........................... 5-74 X-Axis Cable Tension Check/ Adjustment .......................... 7-4 Troubleshooting ....................... Illustrated Parts Breakdown. 6-3 Parts List .. 8-10 Change IV ................... 8-14 Change VI ............................. 7-5 Requirements ................................................................... 5-86 X-Axis Drive Train Bearing Replacement ...................................... 7-1 7-1 7-1 7-1 7-1 BACKDATING 8-1 Requirements ............... Code List of Manufacturers ................. 5-94 Calibration Adjustment .......... A-1 MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION........ 7-2 Content ............................. 8-2 Definitions .......................................................... 8-1 8-1 8-1 8-3 8-3 8-4 8-4 8-7 8-7 APPENDIX A B iv REFERENCES .......... 7-7 Troubleshooting Index.........................................................

................................................................................... Board .... Control Panels .................................................................................... Block Diagram ..... Zero Circuit ....Carriage Arm (Sheet 1 of 2) .............................. Accessory Supplies .................................... Recommended Test Equipment ................. Photochopper and Balance Circuit............................ Miscellaneous Parts ............... 6-7 6-8 7-2 v ................. Typical Dynamic Response .................. Y-Axis Slewing Speed Test Setup....... X-Axis Wiper Protection ..................................Cabinet ................................. 1-2 1-4 5-8 6-2 6-6 Table 6-3 6-4 7-1 Page Recommended One Year Isolated Spare Parts List ........Circuit .................................. Detailed Block Diagram................................. Range Selector .............................................................................. 7035B Troubleshooting Index ............................................. Potentiometer Lubrication............ Input Filter .................................................................. Voltage Amplifier ............ Neon Driver................ Power and Reference Supply .................................. Exploded View ............. Tilting Out Entire Circuit Board Assembly.............. 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-3 1-3 1-5 Figure 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-10 1-6 1-6 2-2 2-2 3-2 3-3 3-4 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-3 4-3 4-3 4-4 4-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 5-2 5-2 5-3 5-3 5-11 5-12 5-13 5-14 5-15 5-16 5-17 5-18 5-19 5-20 5-21 5-22 5-23 5-24 6-1 6-2 6-2 7-1 7-2 7-3 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-5 Page Pen Scale Removal .................... Parts List ... Dimension Drawing .................... IEC Power Connection .............. Pen Drop Supply ............8 7-9 7-10 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-4 8-6 LIST OF TABLES Table 1-1 1-2 5-1 6-1 6-2 Page Model 7035B Specifications ..... .... Side Panel Removal ........................ Component Identification Circuit Board ............................................. X-Axis Slewing Speed Test Setup....................................................... Servo Motor Maintenance and Backlash Adjustments ............................................................................... X-Axis Gear Train Bearings .....Carriage Arm ..................................................................... Accessories ............ X-Axis Cable Tension Check ........................... Removal of X-Axis Rebalance Potentiometer .................................................................................... Instrument Identification ............ Y-Axis Backlash Adjustment (Gear Locking Screw) ........ 001 (With Wing Brackets) ... Typical Frequency Response (Input Filter) .............. Autogrip Power Supply ............................................ Stacked Configuration ... Front Panel Controls (7035B and 7035B-001) Models ...............................Opt............ Differential Amplifier ................................................................. Exploded View ................. Circuit Board Adjustment ................................................. Carriage Arm Removal . Slewing Speed Determination.......................................... X-Axis Drive Belt Tension Check .................................................................................................. 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-12 5-12 5-12 5-13 5-14 5-15 6-9 6-10 6-11 7...........................................................................TM 11-6625-2850-14&P LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Figure 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 2-1 2-2 3-1 3-2 3-3 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-14 4-15 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 Page Model 7035B X-Y Recorder. Slidewire and Damping Circuit.......................................................... Y-Axis Drive String Tension Check ....................... Disposable Pen Installation ............................. Y-Axis Backlash Adjustment (Gear Adjusting Screw) ............. Wing Bracket Installation ...................... Amplifier/Demodulator ............................... Motor Control and Demodulator ..... Filling Ink Pen ........................................................... Exploded View ............. Input Resistance Characteristics ................................... Y-Axis Alignment ......................................... Rear Panel .......... Component Identification ......................................................................... Exploded View .................Carriage Arm (Sheet 2 of 2) .... Schematic Model 7035B (D-07035-92550) .......................................................................... Drive Train Adjustments .............................. Potentiometer Cleaning . Nylon Cable (Attachment to Pen Block) ...... Manufacturer's Code List .....Model S 0735B and 7035B-001 ............................................... Component Identification Frame .......... Y-Axis Pen Carriage Adjustment............................................................................ Model 7035B X-Y Recorder.... Restringing Diagram .

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION O INTRODUCTION O-1. the user. O-7. Let us know why you don't like the design. O-5. O-3. Destruction of Army Electronics Materiel Destruction of Army electronics materiel to prevent enemy use shall be in accordance with TM 750-244-2.3E. Send us an EIR.19C/DLAR 4500. Improvement Administrative Storage Maintenance Forms. Scope This manual contains the general description. c. Report all defects in material or workmanship to your supervisor. principles of operation. and maintenance of the test instrument. Tell us why a procedure is hard to perform. Mail it to Commander. Fill out and forward Discrepancy in Shipment Report (DISREP) (SF 361) as prescribed in AR 55-38/NAVSUPINST 4610. operation. which is known as the Recorder RO-458(V)1/U (HP-7035B). Put it on an SF 368 (Quality Deficiency Report). are the only one who can tell us what you don't like about your equipment. O-2. We'll send you a reply. Report of Packaging and Handling Discrepancies. You. Fill out and forward SF 364 (Report of Discrepancy (ROD)) as prescribed in AR 735-11-2/DLAR 414. or additional publications pertaining to the equipment.55/NAVMATINST 4355. O-6.33B/AFR 75-18/MCOP4610. let us know.73/AFR 400.54/MCO 30. Records and Reports a. Department of the Army forms and procedures used for equipment maintenance will be those prescribed by TM 38-750. O-4. For administrative storage of your transmission level and return loss measuring set. Index of Technical Publications Refer to the latest issue of DA Pam 310-4 to determine whether there are new editions. Warranty period starts on the date found in block 23 of DA Form 2408-9 in the logbook. The Army Maintenance Management System. wrap set in heavy kraft paper and tape securely with packaging tape. ATTN: DRSEL-ME-MQ. Reports of Maintenance and Unsatisfactory Equipment. who will take appropriate action through your organizational maintenance shop. Fort Monmouth. NJ 07703. Reporting Equipment Recommendations (EIR) If your Recorder RO-458(V)1/U needs improvement. b. Warranty Information The R0-458(V)1/U (Model HP-7035B) X-Y Recorder is warranted by the HEWLETT-PACKARD company for one year from the date of shipment. installation. Discrepancy in Shipment Report (DISREP) (SF 361). US Army CommunicationsElectronics Command.15. changes. O-1 .

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 1-1. MODEL 7035B X-Y RECORDER FIGURE 1-2.OPTION 001 (WITH WING BRACKETS) 1-0 . MODEL 7035B X-Y RECORDER .

Table 1-1 lists the specifications available with this recorder. OPTIONS 1-9.04% resolution.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION I INTRODUCTION 1-1. and are listed in Table 1-2. MODEL 7562A LOGARITHMIC CONVERTER 1-16. BASIC FRAME 1-7.) 1-11. 000 to 1 (80 dB) amplitude range. The serial prefix is the first four digits and a letter of a two-part ten-item serial number (0000A00000) used to identify each Hewlett-Packard instrument (see Figure 1-3). The instrument is readily adaptable from bench to rack mounting by installing the wing brackets provided. Accessories supplied with each instrument depend on the configuration of the instrument. INSTRUMENT IDENTIFICATION 1-1 .5 Hz. X-AXIS RETRANSMITTING (OPTION 003) POTENTIOMETER 1-12. (HP Service Center installation only. Other accessories for special applications may be ordered.1% linearity. ACCESSORIES 1-5. METRIC CALIBRATION (OPTION 001) 1-10. Five calibrated dc input ranges in each axis. the most sensitive is used potentiometrically. The Model 7562A Logarithmic Converter produces de output voltages in logarithmic relationship to other dc input voltages. The Autogrip holddown platen accepts standard 8-1/2 x 11 inches or smaller graph paper. in a 10. 1-2. 1-3. An oscilloscope output is also provided for waveform monitoring using oscilloscopes. The potentiometer is 5K ±3% with ±0. Figure 1-4 illustrates the outside dimensions. See Figures 1-1 and 1-2 for general configuration. These accessories which do not require modification of the recorder are described in the following paragraphs. SPECIFICATIONS 1-8. or true amplitude RMS of ac input voltages. single channel converter allows semilog plotting with X-Y and strip chart recorders. The Hewlett-Packard Model 7035B X-Y Recorder is a general purpose laboratory instrument designed for plotting cartesian coordinate graphs from dc electrical sources. Specially guarded and shielded circuitry provides one megohm input resistance at null on all fixed and variable ranges from 100 mV/in. are standard features. 100 kHz to 0. This option provides a potentiometer that is coupled to the X-axis drive system. (40 mV/cm) and above. 1-4. MODEL-MANUAL INFORMATION 1-13. 1-14. 1-15. increases its usefulness. a new serial prefix will be assigned to the changed model and a change sheet (Manual Change) will be supplied defining the differences between the changed model and the one described within this manual. Ordering this option will provide a metrically scaled and calibrated version of this instrument. The all solid state. DESCRIPTION 1-6. Arbitrary full scale voltage ranges may be used with calibrated de ranges by using a variable input attenuator. Two converters may be used for log-log records. Should any change to this manual be necessary. A broad frequency range. This manual is applicable to the Model 7035B with a serial prefix of 1114A. FIGURE 1-3. and 0.

no restriction on other ranges. Writing Area: 7 in. (18 cm X 25 cm).1% of full scale. Signal and guard terminals are available at the front panel or at a rear connector.2% of full scale. Adjustable by a locking ten-turn. 1 mV/in. MODEL 7035B SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE Input Range: 1. 10 V/in.4 mV/cm 4 mV/cm 40 mV/cm 400 mV/cm 4 V/cm DC (CMR) 1 mV/in. 100 mV/in. (4 V/cm) Variable Input Resistance: Accuracy: ±0.4. (0.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 1-1. nominal at 115V line. Common Mode Rejection: Conditions for the following data are DC or line frequency AC with up to 1K ohm between the positive input and negative input. (essentially infinite at null) 11k 100k 100k 1 meg 1 meg 1 meg 1 meg 1 meg 1 meg Linearity: ±0. 1-2 Power: 115 or 230 V ± 10%. 18 lb (8 kg. 10 mV/in. Metric calibration: 0. 50 to 60 Hz. or smaller. and the negative input connected to the guard terminal. Maximum Allowable Source Resistance: 20k ohm on most sensitive range. Special paper is not required. 130 dB 110 dB 90 dB 70 dB 50 dB AC (CMR) Type of Input: Floated and guarded signal pair. GENERAL Writing Mechanism: Servo actuated ink pen.1% of full scale Reference Stability: Continuous electronic zener reference with temperature stability better than 0. (40 mV/cm) Variable 1 V/in. Maximum allowable DC or DC plus peak AC common mode voltage is 500V.4 mV/cm) Variable 10 mV/in. 10. 4. Range 0. 1 and 10 V/in. 400 mV/cm and 4 V/cm). Paper Holddown: Autogrip electric paper hold-down grips charts 8-1/2 in. Normal Mode Rejection (at line frequency): > 30 dB (18 dB/octave roll-off above 60 Hz). Pen Lift: Electric pen lift with provision for remote control. shipping. Mating rear connector supplied. high resolution control. 1V/in. 24 lb (10. (Option 001.. Weight: Net.9 kg) . (4 mV/cm) Variable 100 mV/in. approximately 45 W. Continuous vernier between ranges. Input may be operated up to ±500 Vdc with respect to chassis ground.002%/degrees C. 100 dB 80 dB 60 dB 40 dB 20 dB Resettability: ±0. X 10 in. Zero Set: Zero may be placed anywhere on the writing area or electrically off scale up to one full scale from zero index. Potentiometric. 100 mV/in. X 11 in. 40. 50 cm/. Range Standard Metric Input Resistance: Slewing Speed 20 in/s. (400 mV/cm) Variable 10V/in.

DIMENSION DRAWING FIGURE 1-5.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 1-4. ACCESSORIES 1-3 .

Calibrated (Heavy) (10) 5080-3605 Slidewire Cleaner (1) 9270-1027 8120-1378 Power Cord (1) Graph Paper. The Model 7563A DC Log Voltmeter/Amplifier is designed to perform two independent operations. pushbutton pincer jaws which provide a straight-through connection to the 7035B. The input resistance is constant. ACCESSORY SUPPLIES 1251-0293 Connector. Metric Caption-001. observe that a linear relationship exists between the distance off balance and the input resistance. may produce unsatisfactory recordings. and 10 mV/in. Accuracy is ± 3%. usable over a 110 dB input amplitude range. MODEL 10025A STRAIGHT-THROUGH VOLTAGE PROBE 1-22. English Calibrated (Light) (10) 5080-3635 Slidewire Lubricant (1) 9270-1023 Graph Paper. plugs for binding posts spaced 3/4 inch. 3/8 Amp (1) 5080-7980 Pen. An excessive amount of noise can . Any number of recorders may be driven simultaneously providing the combined parallel input impedance is 20. TYPICAL PERFORMANCE 1-30. accurate readings within 1.5 to 50 seconds/inch. and will operate with most other recorders and oscilloscopes. 44 inches overall. Disposable. Calibrated (Light) (10) 1-17. Metric Caption-001. English Calibrated (Heavy) (10) 1540-0149 Plastic Box (1) 9270-1007 9220-1519 Filler Pad (1) Graph Paper. As a voltmeter.4 mV/cm and 4 mV/cm) ranges. This range. INPUT RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS VS OFF BALANCE 1-31. MODEL 7563A LOG VOLTMETER/ AMPLIFIER 1-25. Two amplifiers may be used for log-log records. and not usable on the 1 mV/in. requires 10111 Adapter. a small off balance condition is noticeable. (0. MODEL 10111A ADAPTER 1-24. Referring to Figure 1-6. this solid-state amplifier permits semilogplotting operations with HP X-Y and strip-chart recorders. 10002C is 5 feet with a black identification boot. MODEL 11000A CABLE ASSEMBLY 1-29. 000 ohms or more. As a log amplifier. The high input impedance (9 meg of this probe also reduces the loading of the 7035B on the system under test. The 10025A is a flexible probe with small. 10002B is 10 feet. The length of the 10002A is 5 feet. Male. This adapter may be used in pairs for balanced input characteristics. 1-20. Normal mode noise (like frequency) is often superimposed on the low frequency. and the need for range switching is unnecessary. 24 pin (Mate to J-602)(1) 2110-0063 Fuse. Dual banana plugs terminate a section of 50-ohm cable. 1-21. which if not eliminated. 1-19. Blue Pack of 3 (1) 9270-1006 Graph Paper. Disposable.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 1-2. MODEL 17108A TIME BASE 1-28. operating in potentiometric mode. 1-23. (0. Five sweep speeds are provided from 0. The Voltage Divider Probe (50:1) extends the voltage range of the 7035B to 1000 volts full scale. 1-4 1-27. 1-32. 3/4 Amp (1) 5080-7979 Pen. and the 10002C is 10 feet with a black identification boot. regardless of off balance condition except for the 1 mV/in. The 17108A is a self-contained external time base which will operate on either axis of the 7035B. The 10111A (shielded banana-post-to-female-BNC) converts banana post inputs on 7035B to shielded BNC inputs for low-level signal work. output signals are logarithmically related to applied input signals. draws all the current flowing in the balance loop through the input circuit.5 dB over an 80 dB dynamic range are achieved. The cable is terminated in a shielded dual banana plug. NORMAL MODE NOISE 1-33. Red Pack of 3 (1) 2110-0065 Fuse. 1-18. This instrument is designed to record dc signals. MODEL 10002A/B/C/D VOLTAGE DIVIDER PROBE. Maximum input voltage is 600 volts peak. 1-26.4 mV/cm) range. and because the input resistance at 1% of full scale off balance is approximately 10 meg ohms.

A built-in low pass filter in both axes minimizes the effects of normal mode noise. Figure 1-8 indicates the typical frequency response for a sinusoidal input. 1-5 . The response of this filter is illustrated in Figure 1-7.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 1-6. INPUT RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS saturate the amplifier's output stage causing an increased dead zone and decreased pen speed. Pen oscillation may also result if the noise "beats" with the servo system's carrier frequency. 1-34. Although the recorder is designed to record slowly varying dc voltages. ac voltages up to a few Hz can be recorded. DYNAMIC RESPONSE 1-35.

TYPICAL FREQUENCY RESPONSE (INPUT FILTER) FIGURE 1-8. TYPICAL DYNAMIC RESPONSE 1-6 .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 1-7.

DAMAGE CLAIMS 2-9. Cooling is provided by convection. Secure upper end of carriage arm and pen carriage to side of recorder to prevent movement while in transit with shipping clamp and pad assembly (Part No. or other defects. 2-8. Tape a piece of heavy recording paper to Autogrip table surface. If the instrument is to be stored for a period of time. The electrical performance of the instrument should be verified upon receipt. c. If recorder is being returned for repair. The accessory wing brackets provided allow installation on standard 19-inch rack console if desired. Remove disposable inkpen. The container should be sufficiently durable to prevent damage to instrument during handling. 2-1 . the disposable pen should be removed and the upper part of the carriage arm and pen carriage tied to the side of the instrument to prevent damage during handling. MECHANICAL CHECKS 2-12. or fails to meet specifications upon receipt. Wrap instrument in heavy paper or plastic and surround with three to four inches of shock-absorbing material to cushion and prevent movement inside shipping container. 2-14. scratches. storage. INTRODUCTION 2-2. Inspect the instrument for mechanical damage. This recorder requires no physical installation for table top operation. Figure 2-2 shows the 7035B stacked on a 7560A and a 3300A. refer to Figure 2-1. installation. 2-13. 2-3. Also check the cushioning materials for signs of severe stress. Performance checks. 5080-7834). dents. and shipping. The location or mounting of the instrument must ensure adequate air circulation. This section provides information inspection. STACKING H-P INSTRUMENTS 2-19. 2-18. 2-10. RECORDER INSTALLATION 2-15. ELECTRICAL CHECKS 2-7. do not send power cord or accessory kit. The rear tilt stand provides easy viewing of the chart. The following precautions should be taken when repackaging the recorder: a. follow procedures as outlined in paragraph O-3. are presented in Section V. 2-16. INCOMING INSPECTION 2-4. To install. COOLING 2-17. suitable for incoming inspection. Seal the instrument in a moisture-proof covering and repackage in a container similar to the original factory carton.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION II INSPECTION AND INSTALLATION 2-1. If the instrument is damaged in transit. The 7035B is equipped with special feet which allow it to be stacked on other H-P instruments. 2-6. d. b. SHIPPING for incoming 2-5. STORAGE 2-11.

STACKED CONFIGURATION 2-2 .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 2-1. WING BRACKET INSTALLATION FIGURE 2-2.

CAUTION INPUT SIGNALS 3-10. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS 3-7. Tighten guard strap securely. Input terminals for each axis are located on the front panel adjacent to the corresponding range switches. (0. 3-6. Do not leave the guard shield disconnected or floating. the response of the recorder may become sluggish and erratic or oscillatory. OPERATING REQUIREMENTS 3-2. RECORDING INPUT CONNECTIONS CONTROLS. and its controls adjusted so that the resulting graph will cover the desired scope of operation. 3-12. AND INDICATORS 3-5. The basic function of the Model 7035B Recorder is to produce graphic tracings showing the relationship between two variable functions. Operating on low level ranges 3-8. For 230 Vac use a 3/8 amp fuse. Front panel terminals will accept either "banana" plugs or open wires. The line power supplied to the recorder should be either 115 or 230 volts 10%. Before attempting to operate this instrument the user should study the following paragraphs.4 mv/cm) range. MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SOURCE IMPEDANCE 3-18. A voltage conversion switch. Connect the recorder's guard shield in one of the following ways: a. GROUNDING CAUTION 3-14. CONNECTION TECHNIQUES FOR THE GUARD SHIELD 3-16. CONNECTORS. For optimum performance. If an excessive amount of ac noise is present in the input signals. single phase. 3-4. 3-1 . must be set to correspond to the available supply voltage. 3-9. 3-11. adequate grounding is mandatory. This signal should be in direct proportion to the actual function unless a special relationship is required. 2. GENERAL CAUTION Do not directly apply signals in excess of 250 volts on the X-axis or 175 volts on the Y-axis. the third prong of the ac power cord must be grounded.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION III OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 3-1. For 115 Vac use a 3/4 amp fuse. 3-17. b. Slowly varying dc signals representing these functions are applied to the input terminals of the respective axes of the instrument. When operating from ungrounded power sources. The front and rear panel controls. 3-3. These signals must vary at a rate within the response capabilities of the instrument and have amplitudes within its scale ranges. OPERATING POWER 3-15. connectors. Up to 20k ohm source impedance will not appreciably alter the recorder's performance. 50 to 60 Hz. 3-13. see Figure 3-2. No restrictions except on fixed 1mv/in. Higher source impedance will cause an increase in dead zone and a decrease in pen speed. To the negative input using the convenient shorting straps when conditions 1 and 2 do not exist. and indicators are depicted and explained in Figures 3-1 and 3-2. When ac noise pickup is a problem. To the SOURCE ground when: 1. such as the logarithmic value of the input voltage. Values up to approximately 100k may be compensated for by adjusting the servo amplifier gain adjustment (front panel). The recorder input terminals (+ and -) must be supplied with a dc signal on each axis.

FRONT PANEL CONTROLS (7035B AND 7035B-001 MODELS) 3-2 .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 3-1.

3-30. Set RANGE switch to the expected maximum values. Operation on the most sensitive input range with no input (input terminals not connected) will result in an inaccurate zero null. or through the rear input connectors using the furnished mating connector. 3-22. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 3-24. CONNECT INPUTS 3-29. This can be overcome by shunting the input terminals with a 20k (maximum resistor). CONNECT POWER 3-27. the jumper is disconnected and a separate wire is connected between the guard input and the common mode voltage source. The POWER/SERVO toggle switch apples 115 volts AC to the recorder. 3-23. Normally connect the guard input terminal to the negative input terminal. CAUTION Units using photochoppers require a few minutes of operation to eliminate dark storage effects. if the shields are to be driven directly from a remote common mode source. Connect the signal inputs to each axis through the front input terminals using open wires or banana connectors. After prolonged storage of 3 to 6 months. OPERATING PRECAUTIONS 3-20. Amplitude of the signal must be within the scale range and vary in level within the response capabilities of the instrument. To lower power dissipation and avoid unnecessary wear to the balancing potentiometers and other mechanical parts when not actually recording. Connect power cord between the power receptacle and the power source. After several days of storage. However. depending on the available power source. 3-21.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 3-2. a longer period of run in may be required. Set the power voltage selector switch located on rear of instrument to either 115 or 230 volts. If this condition prevails. prolonged running against the stop may cause excessive motor heating and clutch wear. the carriage arm or pen mount (depending upon the axis used) will be driven rapidly to full scale and strike the stop. OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS 3-25. 3-3 . ENERGIZE RECORDER 3-31. When a voltage in excess of the RANGE SETTING is applied to either set of input terminals. 3-26. Set the POWER/SERVO toggle switch to ON-ON. place the toggle switch to ON-OFF position. REAR PANEL 3-19. a slight improvement in retrace characteristics may be produced by several high speed full scale excursions on each axis. 3-28. the motor will continue running due to a slip-clutch arrangement.

3-38. 3-34. Use pen only in pen holder on recorder.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P 3-32. Connect the input signals to the recorder and adjust ZERO controls so that the resulting graph will cover the desired area on the paper. and twisted clockwise to lock in holder. LOWER PEN 3-39. The disposable pen is pushed into the notched holder located on the scale. CAUTION The disposable pen incorporates a precision writing tip. Writing by hand on any surface may damage pen tip. Smooth paper as necessary. 3-36. Set the CHART switch to HOLD. Install a sheet of graph paper on the recording platen. INSTALL PEN 3-35. thereby activating the AUTOGRIP holddown system. Care must be taken not to damage this tip during pen changing or other handling. DISPOSABLE PEN INSTALLATION 3-4 . FIGURE 3-3. ZERO SET 3-37. INSTALL PAPER 3-33. See Figure 3-3. aligning lower and left edges with corresponding paper guides. Place PEN toggle switch to DOWN position.

both isolated from ground. Because the motor and rebalance potentiometer are mechanically coupled. 4-9. GUARDED INPUTS. except for periodic cleaning of the writing surface.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION IV THEORY OF OPERATION 4-1.1%) metal film resistors with good temperature stability. Under "balanced" conditions. With the selector switch in the 1 mv/inch (0. an unbalanced condition exists. The full scale balance voltage is always 7 mv for the Y-axis and 10 mv for the X-axis. the X-axis is electrically identical to the Yaxis (with exceptions noted). In operation. The 10 position Range selector has 5 calibrated positions and 5 positions that provide a vernier sensitivity that can be adjusted by the user. The guard shields are connected to the guard terminals. this rebalancing action is continuous. the other moves the entire carriage arm in a horizontal direction in response to input signals representing data applied to the respective input terminals.000 ohms (R-109) at the base of the attenuator. Figures 4-1 and 4-2. 4-10. self-balancing servomechanisms in the 7035B. 4-5. Adjustment of this control will allow an arbitrary voltage to drive the pen to full scale. The resistors forming the attenuator are R-101 through R-105. and above. Each range step may be made continuously variable by switching in a variable potentiometer. The attenuator is also disconnected as a shunt from the input terminals allowing potentiometric operation in this position. The resulting error signal is applied to a photochopper which converts the dc to a 60 Hz ac form which is amplified and applied to the servomotor. however.4 mv/cm) position. The AUTOGRIP holddown platen is completely electronic. the 10. RANGE SELECTOR VERNIER CIRCUIT (See Figure 4-3). Typical input currents at null on this range are approximately 10-10 amps. one servomechanism moves the pen carriage in a vertical direction. On the 1 volt/inch (0. AUTOGRIP HOLDDOWN. 4-7. For higher ranges. SERVOMECHANISM. The unit is maintenance free. 4-1 . the initial range setting is based on the expected maximum voltages. Operation with greater voltages is obtained by switching precision resistors into the attenuator circuits. the input signal is applied to the balance circuit where it is cancelled by an internally supplied opposing voltage. BALANCING ACTION. Input terminals of each axis connect to a precision step attenuator which determines the maximum allowable input voltage. 4-4. When the input signal changes value.4 mv/cm) position. and also the schematics referenced in each of the following paragraphs. The Model 7035B is equipped with guarded inputs to enable high common mode rejection of 100 db for ac and 130 db for dc voltages. 4-6. There are two similar.4 mv/cm). GENERAL OPERATION DESCRIPTION 4-2. Schematic symbols refer to the Y-axis unless otherwise stipulated. FIXED AND VERNIER RANGE OPERATION. the input voltage is applied directly to the balance circuit with no attenuation. resistance is inserted in series with the 10. In operation. there is no error signal output from the balance circuit and the servo system is at null. This provides essentially infinite input impedance when the recorder is at null. but independent. There are no mechanical or moving parts. The attenuator consists of five precision (± 0. The basic dc voltage range of the servo systems is 1 millivolt per inch (0. A guard shield encloses the critical input circuitry except for the balance potentiometer which is shielded individually from external coupling.000 ohms is shunted and no additional series resistance is added. CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 4-8. If the input data is constantly varying at rates within the capabilities of the instrument. and the rebalance potentiometers and the pens are always in a position directly proportional to the amplitude of the signals at the respective input terminals. The resulting relative motions of the two servomechanisms trace cartesian coordinate graphs of the relationship on the graph paper. 4-3. the balance voltage changes value until the input signal is cancelled. RANGE SELECTOR CIRCUIT (See Figure 4-3). After passing through the attenuator. Reference should be made to the block diagrams.

BLOCK DIAGRAM FIGURE 4-2.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 4-1. DETAILED BLOCK DIAGRAM 4-2 .

A slight phase shift.) The input filter is composed of 3 RC sections. Resistor R-121 limits the voltage applied to the Photochopper and Balance Circuit. C-104. and R-116. however. and C-105. Diodes CR-101 and CR-102 are protective devices used to minimize the possibility of component damage due to an overvoltage at the input terminals.) The zero circuit is composed of R-123 and R-120. R-114 is a variable resistor that is factory adjusted to equalize the phase shift between axes. FIGURE 4-6. will be noted when changing from range to range and when using the range selector vernier.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P 4-13. The other four positions use R-107 or R-106 to attenuate the signal. INPUT FILTER (See Figure 4-4. R-112. Resistor R-120 limits the voltage that is applied to the Photochopper and Balance Circuit. The phase lead network (C-107 and R-122) draws a charging current FIGURE 4-3.4 mv/cm) range if the input source impedance is extremely large or extremely small. the input signal is applied directly to R-108 and R-110. The potentiometer R-123 permits the electrical zero to be placed ±1 full scale from normal zero. Filter components in the Y axis are capacitors C-103. The heart of the vernier circuitry is the variable potentiometer R-108 and the voltage limiter R-110. and passed through the wiper to the balance circuit. In the last two positions the signal from the wiper of R108 is divided by the string composed of R-111. SLIDEWIRE CIRCUIT (See Figure 4-6. with resistors R-114. FIGURE 4-4. 4-11. ZERO CIRCUIT 4-12. and R-113. The insertion of a filter of this type in each axis of a two-axis recorder can cause phase shift relative to the other axis. This phase shift may become very pronounced on the 1 mv/inch (0. Resistors R-126 and R-125 are calibration resistors for the feedback element (slidewire) R-124. 4-14. Since this phase shift can vary from unit to unit (depending upon component tolerances).) The Slidewire Circuit provides the electrical feedback to the Photochopper and Balance Circuit from the pen carriage or carriage arm. RANGE SELECTOR When the Range selector is set to any of the vernier positions the resistors used in the fixed positions are switched out and replaced by a new set of components. DAMPING NETWORK (See Figure 4-6). Capacitor C-108 passes unwanted spurious wiper noise to circuit common. ZERO CIRCUIT (See Figure 4-5. It is a low pass filter providing a minimum of 20 db attenuation of 60 Hz and a cutoff of 18 db per octave above 60 Hz to insure smooth plotting from signals containing extraneous noise. SLIDEWIRE AND DAMPING CIRCUIT 4-3 . R-115. When the range selector is set to the first vernier range. INPUT FILTER FIGURE 4-5.

The bulbs are driven as described in Paragraph 4-22 in synchronism with the power line. and C-114 are power supply filters. actually in the low microvolt region. and capacitors C-118 and C-120. the Source will follow the Gate. and Q-105. The Photochopper and Balance Circuit algebraically sums the outputs of the Input Filter. and R-131 provides the Drain load for Q-102. The direction of rotation of the servo motor is determined by the relative phase excitation of the winding in the servo amplifier's output Power Amplifier/Demodulator Stage and the phase of the ac error signal. a positive voltage is applied to the Gate of Q-101. and Slidewire and Damping Network. the Source-Gate junction of Q-102 to turn on and the Drain will become more negative. Capacitors C-112 and C-113 couple the signal from Q-101 to Q-102. and a positive voltage appears at the Source of Q-102. and as the instruments must be sensitive to approximately 0. Zero Circuit. The several second warm-up time of the recorder is caused by the time constant of this feedback network. At time T1. Q-104. The dc stability of this stage is achieved by the feedback path from the collector of Q-105. The electrical location of this control makes it suitable for physically placing it with the low level dc circuitry and having no danger of undesired feedback or oscillation. The ac error signal from the Modulator and Balance Network is applied to the Gates of Q-101 and Q-102 through coupling capacitors C-109 and C-110. Components R130. DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER (See Figure 4-8). it is apparent that error signals present are exceedingly small. With this in mind. The ac error signal will be either in phase or 180 degrees out of phase. This positive voltage at the Source. Resistor R-119 sums the outputs from the Zero Circuit and Slidewire and Damping Network. Diode CR-103 is used to improve the bias voltage conditions on the input of Q-105 so that R-141 may be a reasonable size. R-139 . Q103. This stage has a voltage gain of approximately ten. producing damping. The total magnitude of the error signal never exceeds 10 mv on the X-axis or 7 mv on the Y-axis.1% of this voltage. The photoconductive cells V-101 and V-102 are alternately turned on and off by neon bulbs DS-2 and DS-4. together with the negative voltage at the Gate. PHOTOCHOPPER AND BALANCE CIRCUIT (See Figure 4-7). C-106 suppresses spurious voltages that may appear across R-119. VOLTAGE AMPLIFIER (See Figure 4-9. Q-103. but has adequate ac bypassing so that it has no influence on the overall ac gain of the amplifier. This high voltage gain section is comprised of three dc coupled silicon transistors. Resistors R-128 and R-132 provide Source loads. all input circuitry is carefully engineered to minimize interference from stray hum pickup and thermal emfs. depending on the polarity of the dc error signal. FIGURE 4-8.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P whenever a change in output occurs. This feedback path is a low pass filter comprised of resistors R-138 and R-104. This phase advance in the slowly varying error signal causes an "anticipatory" approach to the balance point. PHOTOCHOPPER AND BALANCE CIRCUIT 4-4 4-16. 4-15. causes Q-102 to "shut-off" and the Drain becomes more positive. This switching action of the photoconductive cells causes an ac error signal output whose peak-to-peak amplitude is equal to the dc error signal. and converts the summation to 50 or 60 Hz form depending on the power line frequency. At time T2. C-115. This stage has a minimum ac feedback of 20 db to insure stable long term performance. thus increasing the rate of appearance of the balance voltage. R-137 serves to vary the amount of feedback and act as the servo amplifier gain control. It provides good dc negative feedback. FIGURE 4-7. DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER 4-17. This phase sensing causes the motor to drive potentiometer R-174 in a direction necessary to seek balance.) The ac error signal from the Differential Amplifier is capacitor coupled by C116 to the base of the first transistor in the voltage amplifier. R-129. The closed loop ac gain is dictated by resistors R-136 and R-137. with respect to the power line. The voltage difference between the potential across R-119 and the potential from the Input Filter is applied across the photoconductive cells and their load resistors R-117 and R-118.

and the last provides both additional current gain and acts as a demodulator. Q-108. 4-20. The polarity of Point B is determined by the error voltage amplifier output and will be either in phase or 180 degrees out of phase with the line as determined by the error voltage applied to the photochopper. The demodulator is shown in simplified form in Figure 411. CR-109. Point A is excited by Mode 1 AB+ Current flows from T-601. Mode 3 A+ B+ Current flows from T-601 through CR-106. MOTOR CONTROL AND DEMODULATOR FIGURE 4-9. the voltage across the servo motor is approximately 1/3 volt rms. R-155. FIGURE 4-10. 4-21. Q-110. the line voltage appearing in the secondary of power transformer T-601. POWER AND REFERENCE SUPPLY (See Figure 4-12). The bias current at the input transistor is designed to pull the output stage very slightly into Class A operation. POWER AMPLIFIER/DEMODULATOR (See Figure 410). Capacitor C-124 is connected directly across the dc servo motor and serves to suppress RFI caused by the motor brushes. and motor will not rotate.002% per degree C. coupling the second and third transistor. Mode 2 AB- Current flowing from T-601 is blocked by Q-110. Diode CR-110 is used to minimize the power dissipation in the output transistor Q-110 when the darlington pair is saturated. The four modes of operation of the demodulator are determined by the relative phasing of the voltage at Points A and B. AC feedback as well as dc feedback is obtained via R-149 and R-155 to the emitter of the first transistor. AMPLIFIER/DEMODULATOR 4-19. No current will flow. FIGURE 4-11. Q-109. Since this is essentially a Class B operating stage. and through CR-107 back to T-601. operation of the demodulator section must first be understood before discussing the entire output stage. limits the current drain of Q-108 from the 15 volt supply when the output stage is saturated. The motor will rotate right. Resistor R153. B-101 back to T-601. Q-110. The voltage gain of the Voltage Amplifier is approximately 2000. This section can be roughly divided into two sections: the first section provides the current gain required. CR-108. Additional amplification is provided by Q-106 which is capacitor coupled from Q-105 by C-121. and Q110. This stage consists of transistors Q-107. CR-110. Mode 4 A+ B- Current flowing from T-601 is blocked by Q-110. No current will flow. Q-107. and the output section is a demodulator applying half-wave ac to a permanent magnet dc servo motor. through B-101. to the extent that at null. Power to drive the dc servo motor is taken from a separate shielded winding on power transformer T-601. The temperature stability of this supply is better than 0.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P is used to pull sufficient quiescent current through Zener diode CR-104. The reference voltage for each axis is independents derived from a Zener controlled dc power supply normally 9 volts. Diode CR-105 in the bias string helps to compensate for the temperature change of Vbe of the input transistor Q-107 over the temperature range. CR-110. VOLTAGE AMPLIFIER 4-18. thereby holding its dynamic impedance at a reasonable magnitude. and motor will not rotate. The direction of the motor rotation is determined by the direction of current through the armature. R-115. Since the servo amplifier input circuit 4-5 . and Q-110. Control of the motor current is provided by the darlington pair comprised of transistors Q-109. The motor will rotate left. This supply also furnished the voltage for the servo amplifier's first three stages. The voltage gain of this stage is approximately 6. operating essentially Class B.

FIGURE 4-13. and since the firing voltage of a high brightness neon bulb prior to aging may vary greatly. A contact closure in the switch grounds the input voltage to the quadrupler rectifier circuit.) The Autogrip power supply is also located on the amplifier printed circuit board. and dual capacitors C501 and C502. diode CR-301 conducts causing the full power line voltage to be placed across capacitor C-301. PEN DROP SUPPLY (See Figure 4-15. causing the dc voltage on the Autogrip table to go to zero. NEON DRIVER FIGURE 4-15. C-402 charges to the peak dc voltage of the supply. this voltage doubler eliminates the necessity for aged bulbs by providing a maximum voltage that will always exceed the fluctuations of the required firing voltage. POWER AND REFERENCE SUPPLY 4-22. the capacitor discharges through the pen solenoid. thus making the holddown inoperative. The power is obtained from the high voltage secondary winding on the main power transformer T-601 and the remainder of the supply is composed of resistors R501 through R505. Since high brightness neon bulbs are used to efficiently operate the photo cells.) The power supply for the neon bulbs that actuate the photochopper's photo cells is basically a voltage clamp-in circuit comprised of capacitors C-301. C-401 suppresses switch arcing.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P combination is floated free of ground at the power transformer. When S-401 is closed. Resistor R501 serves as a current limiter and capacitor C501 and C502. PEN DROP SUPPLY 4-6 . C-302 and diodes CR-301. With switch S-401 open.) The power supply for the electric pen lift consists of a low voltage winding on T-601. Two shunt supplies in series furnish 15 volts for the amplifier's power stages and 9 volts for the input stages and balance circuit. AUTOGRIP POWER SUPPLY 4-24. CR-302. FIGURE 4-12. causing a large peak voltage to be placed across the solenoid for a short period of time. This surge increases the pull-in force of the solenoid while the resistor R-401 provides a lower maintained current after the capacitor has partially discharged. This essentially doubles the peak value available to ignite the neon bulbs. the reference supply serves several purposes: it not only furnishes the stable voltage for the balance circuit. resistor R-401 and capacitor C-402. diodes CR501 through 504. On alternate halfcycles. Switch S501 is used to deenergize the Autogrip. FIGURE 4-14. AUTOGRIP POWER SUPPLY (See Figure 4-14. NEON DRIVER (See Figure 4-13. as well as diodes CR501 through CR504 form a power supply that places a dc voltage between the grids of the Autogrip table that is equal to + 380V ± 10% and -380V ± 10% referenced to ground. diode CR-401. An identical but reversed supply furnishes the -9 volts for the zero circuit. but also furnishes all the power requirements for the servo amplifier with the exception of the Power Transformer T-601 furnishes this power from a shielded secondary through rectifying diodes CR-115 and CR-116 into a peak filter C-125. 4-23.

Hewlett-Packard recorders should be protected from dust. Do not use products with abrasive or corrosive chemicals. 5. functional checks. Cleaning routine should include the following: 6. soapy water. abrasives. Do not use solvents or silicone-based cleaners of any type on the Autogrip platen. Remove platen and bottom cover. 5-3. Select a mild liquid soap. The area of operation should also be as free as possible of air contamination (soot. c. 5-6. In areas with high humidity. 4. Wipe table surface with damp cloth until Autogrip table is clean. smoke. Generally. Remove pen and paper from recorder. The instrument must be maintained properly for accurate. Functional checks maintain the instrument in an operational condition. It may permanently damage the table. b. affecting the accuracy of the grid lines. This instrument is designed to operate over an ambient temperature range of approximately 0°C to 55°C. Wring cloth until majority of water has been removed. 5-18. This section provides information for maintenance. or is inoperable. Thorough cleaning should be performed periodically. Troubleshooting. 5-1 . dust. 3. under normal use and conditions. If the instrument fails to meet specifications. accumulations should be removed with a sponge or cloth saturated in plain soap and warm water. ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATION 5-7. d. In accordance with good maintenance procedures for all precision measuring instruments. Wipe any moisture from surface. Every eighteen to twenty-four months. Excessive air contamination will require more frequent cleaning. etc). 2. cleaning can be accomplished with an air gun. or ink. Dust and other accumulation of foreign films on the table surface will lower the paper holding force. See paragraph Never let water stand on Autogrip surface. local air contamination. AND ADJUSTMENTS 5-1. Do not use soap or water on these components. This requires periodic lubrication. and adjustments will ensure that the instrument conforms to specifications. The film may be removed and the table holding ability restored by using the cleaning procedure. CAUTION a. and visual and electrical checks. performance testing. cleaning intervals should be nine to twelve months. gears should be cleaned thoroughly with a solvent and relubricated. Maintenance procedures. CAUTION CLEANING 5-9. In accessible areas and where there is only dust accumulation. Allow a few minutes to dry before recording. The following method is recommended for cleaning Autogrip table. Use soft cloth that will not scratch the surface but will absorb water. In more accessible areas and where the air gun will not remove dirt. then wiped dry. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 5-4. fumes. PERFORMANCE CHECKS. Intervals are determined by type of operation. To clean: 1. 5-8. the table may be permanently damaged. performance checks. Operation under other conditions will produce inaccurate results and may cause damage to the recorder. refer to Section VII.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION V MAINTENANCE. and adjustments of the 7035B X-Y Recorder. trouble-free operation. or too much water is used. Saturate the cloth in warm. GENERAL 5-5. tests. and climatic conditions. Cover the instrument when not in use. INTRODUCTION 5-2. graph paper may become distorted. If strong chemicals. 7.

FIGURE 5-1. 5080-3605). Recommended grease is Aeroshell MIL-G-7118A and 3276A or HP Part Number 60400222. POTENTIOMETER CLEANING 5-12. Insure that both servo motors are mounted securely. After cleaning. To clean the potentiometer. Rapidly move the carriage arm or pen carriage several full scale excursions. POTENTIOMETER CLEANING 5-11. Gears and other moving parts have very close tolerances. local air contamination. Inspect X-axis drive cable pulleys for any binding. Rub the potentiometer (wire mandrel and return strip) along its entire length. Thoroughly saturate a Kimwipe (Kimberly-Clark Type 900-S) or a cotton swab with Slidewire Cleaner. A check of components should include inspection for evidence of overheating. Repeat the cleaning procedure until there is no stain. under normal use and conditions. the potentiometer (wire mandrel and return strip) must be lubricated with the furnished Slidewire Lubricant (Part No. then clean once more to insure that all contaminants have been removed. e.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P 5-10. Check both the X and Y drive gears for proper adjustment (a very slight amount of backlash) and any worn or damaged teeth. etc. LUBRICATION 5-13. checks. and adjustments requires removal of exterior parts . spray the potentiometer along its entire length with Slidewire Cleaner (Part No. Repeat this procedure for the carriage arm. Check cables of both axes for fraying or rubbing. VISUAL LUBRICATION 5-15. The following steps are a general approach: a. Generally. a planned visual inspection should be performed. f. 5-16. loose connections. the recorder should be lubricated every nine to twelve months. cracked circuit boards. grinding noises. Irregular or "jumpy" plots produced by smooth signals on a properly adjusted recorder may indicate worn or dirty balance potentiometers or wipers. c. Complete relubrication should be performed every two years. Intervals between periodic lubrication are determined by the type of operation. Move pen carriage up and down. Lubrication of gears should be performed sparingly. CAUTION Lubricant must X-axis drive belt. All ball bearings are prelubricated by the manufacturer and require no further lubrication. Apply a thin film of lubricant on the X and Y gear drives (including idler gear). DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY 5-18. The Model 7035B is a precision instrument. listening for scrapes. During periodic cleaning and lubrication. 5-2 d. Note any discoloration of the tissue or swab after rubbing the potentiometer. FIGURE 5-2. etc. Access to components for maintenance. and climatic conditions. This lubrication will reduce wear and chemical contamination of the balance potentiometer assembly (see Figure 5-2). Spray the wiper directly with Slideware Cleaner.. using the moistened tissue or swab (see Figure 5-1). MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE 5-17. 5080-3635). while feeling for any binding in the movement. not spill onto the 5-14.. Over lubrication may produce more friction than no lubrication. POTENTIOMETER LUBRICATION a. b.

FIGURE 5-3. Carefully insert small. and 6 front panel knobs. After reassembling carriage arm. See paragraph 5-18. b. b. 5-21. covers. amplifiers. balance circuit. slot type screwdriver behind upper edge of panel and gently pry outward.Place carriage at far right of travel. Arm lifts off its motor block. Remove 8 No. 5-3 . align Y-axis. d. See paragraph 5-24. 10-32 machine screws per bracket. CARRIAGE ARM REMOVAL 5-20. Remove nylon cable from around drive and return pulleys. Wing Brackets -Remove 2 No. 8-32 mounting screws. Remove 2 shouldered screws at upper end holding pen carriage arm.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P first.Pull upward and disengage spring clips. hook upper edge of side panel over top of frame or into groove. Disconnect 2 Autogrip power leads before easing platen all the way out. To install. Autogrip Table . such as panels. Force past outer surface. separating it from lower carriage track. FIGURE 5-4. Snap into place. Remove rear hood and platen. Entire board/frame assembly tilts out. remove disposable pen and ac power cord. Progressively pull upper edge free. Rear Hood . TILTING OUT ENTIRE CIRCUIT BOARD ASSEMBLY c. c. To disassemble/assemble. Side Panel -Remove bottom cover. Panel free (see Figure 5-4). d. Small wheel which rides in track is not retained and may fall off. See Figure 2-1. See Figure 5-5. c. 8-32 nuts holding control panel frame to recorder. To remove. e. PEN CARRIAGE REMOVAL 5-22. Do not damage wires connecting potentiometer to motor block. a. and power supply are accessible. Input attenuators. Slide platen toward side of recorder. f. Interior . remove 3 No. See paragraph 5-71. a. e. Slide carriage forward and over return pulley. sharp. 3 No. See paragraph 5-20. Bottom Cover . etc. working from one end to other until panel pops off. See paragraph 5-73. Remove X-axis slidewire. perform the following steps: NOTE Before proceeding with disassemble/assemble procedure. See Figure 5-3. SIDE PANEL REMOVAL 5-19.Stand recorder on side. See Figure 5-6. 6-32 machine screws. The pen carriage may be removed for replacement or service as follows: a. Remove carriage arm. Unsnap pen scale at rear and remove from arm. Remove 4 No. 6-32 screws holding printed circuit board. After reassembling pen carriage. b. adjust pen carriage. Swing lower edge of panel toward bottom of recorder. perform the following steps.For access to circuit side of printed circuit board. Slide arm toward rear.

New wiper assemblies should be obtained from the factory and installed as follows: CAUTION Damage to the flat mandrel slidewire may result if other than factory supplied wiper is used. POTENTIOMETER REPLACEMENT . WIPER REPLACEMENT . The wiper is made of a soft metal to absorb wear.X-AXIS 5-26. Remove rear hood and platen. 0703580730. REMOVAL OF X-AXIS REBALANCE POTENTIOMETER FIGURE 5-6. The mandrel and its mounting channel are an integral unit. d. Install new slidewire assembly. It is located on the pen motor block at the upper end of the carriage arm. being careful not to damage wiper.X-AXIS 5-24. 5-4 FIGURE 5-8. CARRIAGE ARM REMOVAL 5-23.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 5-5. More slidewire assembly upwards. PEN SCALE REMOVAL FIGURE 5-7. c. Unsolder 3 wires. X-AXIS WIPER PROTECTION e. . 5-25. b. See Figure 5-7. See paragraph 5-18. noting order of leads connected to slidewire. See Figure 5-8. Install as follows: a. Remove 2 screws mounting slidewire assembly to frame. Part No. available only as a single item.

See paragraph 5-18. Remove 1 e. b. Remove bottom cover. Snap pen lift solenoid out of its spring holder and remove holder and X-axis pointer by removing 1 mounting screw. Y-AXIS SERVO MOTOR REPLACEMENT 5-36. To remove: c. New wiper assemblies should be obtained from the factory and installed as follows: CAUTION Damage to the flat mandrel slidewire may result if other than factory supplied wiper is used. See paragraph 5-22. Stand recorder on right side. The wiper is located on the pen block. Remove pen scale. paragraphs 5-20 and 5-24. See Figure 5-9. c. Remove wiper assembly unscrewing 1 0-80 screw and nut. 5-27. See paragraph 5-18. Replace as follows: a. FIGURE 5-9. Remove wiper assembly mounting screw and install new wiper. noting their polarity. a. d. 5-34. adjust pen carriage. Install new slidewire assembly. Part No. Upon reassembly. Part No. SERVO MOTOR MAINTENANCE AND BACKLASH ADJUSTMENTS f. h. X-AXIS SERVO MOTOR REPLACEMENT b. See paragraph 5-18. See c. The magnetic field strength of the servo motor will weaken if the rotor is removed from within the magnet. 4-40 setscrews and slip flywheel off motor shaft. Remove 2 No. 5-35. noting order of leads connected to slidewire. Stand recorder on side. 5060-4570. This unit is located in the carriage arm and is part of the carriage channel. d. The wiper is made of a soft metal to absorb wear. Install new wiper. Adjust X-axis drive belt. d. e. See paragraph 5-18.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P a.Y-Axis 5-30. from pen block by f. 5-28. 5080-7706. Move pen carriage to extreme left hand position. The channel and potentiometer are replaced as one unit. Remove rear hood and platen. SERVO MOTOR MAINTENANCE 5-32. Remove rear hood and platen. See paragraph 5-77. WIPER REPLACEMENT . remove 2 screws mounting motor. b. POTENTIOMETER REPLACEMENT . See paragraph 5-24. 5-5 . Remove rear hood. Remove rear hood and platen. a. g. capacitor. 5-33. Tilt motor so that drive belt can be disengaged. it will be impossible for the motor to return to specified performance.Y-Axis c. 0703580750. After reassembling pen carriage. Part No. Unsolder 2 wires. Remove bottom cover. c. 5-31. See paragraph 5-20. 5-29. See paragraph 5-18. To remove: a. Remove carriage arm and X-axis slidewire. See paragraph 5-71. Therefore. Using Phillips screwdriver. See paragraph 5-18. only servo motor replacement and brush replacement or adjustment are recommended. Reverse above steps to install. See paragraph 5-18. Remove motor. Remove pen carriage arm. Remove X-axis potentiometer. b. g. Remove rear hood and platen. b. Unsolder 3 wires.

From bottom of recorder. c. Withdraw motor from block. 50803627. Use a pencil point to adjust pigtail and to push brush all the way down into brush hole. X-AXIS RESTRINGING 5-44. e.3 Hz sine wave to recorder. engaging slots on top of brushes and hook rear end of each spring under tab on terminal lug. Remove carriage paragraphs 5-20 and 5-22. See paragraph 5-65. f. NYLON CABLE (ATTACHMENT TO PEN BLOCK) d. 5-37. Secure with two long screws removed earlier.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P d. perform the following steps without removing the motor from the recorder. Pigtail leads should rise straight up out of brush hole until brush springs have been installed. adjust to 85% of full scale travel. Be careful not to lose ball bearing or bearing spacer shims. See paragraph 5-18. I either of these is the cause. preventing the brush from moving downward. Run recorder through complete performance check. a. 5-43. k.) CORRECTION OF STICKING MOTOR BRUSHES 5-40. noting their polarity. Make sure rotor remains in place inside motor as rear end bell is removed. Remove old cable. Remove 2 screws and clamps mounting motor. NOTE: If either servo motor was removed. See paragraph 5-69. Operate recorder. Unhook brush spring from under tab on each lug. 07035-61420. Replace two solder lugs in end bell slots and secure with screws. push rear end of shaft with a pencil point or similar object as rear end bell and bearing are removed. Fold pigtails into top of spring slot so they are below surface of end bell. f. Remove solder lugs and brushes. Ensure cable is between pen block and slidewire. Solder motor wires to the correct lugs. f. unsolder 2 wires. the brush can be freed. Reconnect motor wires to opposite terminal lugs. rotor. Remove rear hood and platen. j. The most common cause of a sticking motor brush is an interference between the motor body and the brush lead wire. To restring. By carefully repositioning the lead. See c. If necessary. b. . Use an air hose if possible. Remove 1 capacitor. Swing brush springs back to their original position. Adjust Y-axis drive gears. Other possible causes of a sticking brush are burrs in its holes or an accumulation of foreign matter. Attach free end of tension spring to the hook on pen block. Carefully pull rear end bell and bearing assembly from rotor. using X-axis cable assembly. Loop cord around upper and lower pulleys. 5-41. Unsolder two motor leads and remove two solder lug mounting screws. Care should be taken not to damage wiper. e. See paragraph 5-18. Replace rear end bell and bearing assembly. b. g. Make small loop in one end of cable and clinch with cable crimp. 5-39. using Y-axis cable assembly. b. Blow or brush dust from magnet. If pen drives into stops instead of seeking null. d. To restring. g. c. Slide pen block into carriage arm. h. perform the following procedure: a. and rear end bell brush holes. e. Reverse above steps to install. Remove rear hood and platen. Remove two screws retaining end bell. Make cable tension check. Position carriage arm at convenient location and fasten securely with tape to prevent movement. the motor will have to be removed and cleaned or replaced. Part No. Pivot brush springs outward and pull brushes out of their holes. (Note the polarity of the lugs and mark so that when reassembling a phase reversal will be avoided. g. and let recorder run for an hour. install per paragraph 5-34 or 5-36. Reassemble. i. Install each brush in brush hole making certain that arc on bottom of brush matches curvature of commutator. If brushes are not seating well. Part No. while holding magnet in place against front end bell. arm and pen block. BRUSH REPLACEMENT 5-38. 5-6 FIGURE 5-10. motor polarity has been inadvertently reversed. apply a 0. perform the following procedure: a. See Figure 5-11. See Figure 5-10. Y-AXIS RESTRINGING 5-42. Insert knotted end of new nylon cord assembly in groove of pen block. If it appears the brushes must be replaced.

and tighten screw. Make two turns in a counterclockwise direction. Attach loop to center of cable yoke (Point A). ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE 5-46. If recorder is equipped with a retransmitting potentiometer (Option 003) follow this step. REQUIREMENTS 5-47. Troubleshooting. This instrument should meet the following HewlettPackard performance standards to assure operation within specifications. It is carefully aligned during manufacture. pass it in front and around left-hand edge of cable yoke (Point G) and pass it to screw (Point H) on Y motor block. Tighten screw. After second turn run cable through the slot on bottom edge of sheave to hole in the sheave. and continue to pulley F. refer to adjustment procedures within this section or Section VI. h. 5-48. Firmly pull on cable (to keep the cable taut). passing cable beneath itself after each turn.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 5-10 FIGURE 5-11. PERFORMANCE TESTS 5-49. Check cable tension as described in paragraph 5-75. and under screw and washer on top of sheave. Run cable through the hole. However. and pass it in front of cable yoke to pulley C. Pull cable around pulley F in counterclockwise direction. Section VII. if the recorder ever requires alignment. f. Troubleshooting. Pass cable through slot on top edge of sheave. Clip off the excess wire. go on to step f. e. 5-51. The instruments and accessories required for completing performance tests are listed in Table 5-1. passing each turn beneath itself. Make sure this is tight. If not. Continue around sheave two more turns in a counterclockwise direction. CRITERIA 5-50. TEST EQUIPMENT 5-52. If this instrument fails to meet the following test specifications. i. 5-45. Continue around pulley C in a counterclockwise direction to sheave D. Route cable around right-hand side of cable yoke (Point B). specific adjustment procedures are detailed in this section. RESTRINGING DIAGRAM d. 5-7 . contains additional material. The Model 7035B requires minimum electrical maintenance. From sheave D start cable in center of sheave E. g. NOTE: There is a nut on the bottom of Nut H. Make one counterclockwise turn around sheave D. Pass cable around screw (Point H) in clockwise direction.

a.1V at each step. pen should stop at 1 in. Y-AXIS ACCURACY AND LINEARITY a. d. j. X-AXIS SLEWING SPEED f. i.34 mm). Apply positive dc voltage. d. Position CHART toggle switch to HOLD. Hook up recorder as shown in Figure 5-14. If pen does not stop within tolerance.020 in. Reduce voltage applied in steps of 0.020 in. Apply 1 volt to X input terminals. c. 5-57. g. Connect to X inputs. (2 cm) intervals within 0.715 Hz and a triangular wave output with peak-to-peak output of 0.7 volt to Y input terminals. FIGURE 5-12. Install pen and paper. Set 115/230 selector switch to appropriate power source. After each step. adjust calibration control (R226). g. X-AXIS ACCURACY AND LINEARITY c. b. 5-54. Connect DC Standard to X input terminals. e. Return pen to zero position. f. 5 cm) on X-axis. (0.5 Hz and triangular wave output with peak-to-peak output of 1V. Set Function Generator to 0. e. HP MODEL 202A LOW FREQUENCY FUNCTION GENERATOR 5-53.7 VDC to Y input at beginning of an X excursion. b. c. 5-8 . c. Disconnect DC Standard from Y inputs. recording area. HP MODEL 3310A FUNCTION GENERATOR c. (0. (9 cm) on Y-axis. After each step. Paper is f. d. Connect DC Standard to high and low (+ and -) Y-axis inputs.5 in. Position POWER/SERVO toggle switch to ON-ON. INITIAL CHECKS d. a. Reduce voltage applied in steps of 0. 5-58. k. Position pen to bottom grid line. RECOMMENDED TEST EQUIPMENT b. e. Position PEN toggle switch to DOWN. 1. 3.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 5-1. h. (0.34 mm).5 mm). (2 cm) intervals within 0. Pen moves across 5-55. Connect DC Standard to Y input terminals. Place pen at exactly zero on X-axis and at 3. HP MODEL 410C or 427A DC VOLTMETER 4.1V at each step.7V. Apply positive dc voltage. g. Measurement is shown in Figure 5-13. If pen does not stop within tolerance. Set Function Generator to 0.5 mm). held down securely. pen should stop at 1 in. Connect power cable.014 in. Place pen at exactly zero on Y-axis and at 5 inches (12. HP MODEL 740B DC VOLTAGE STANDARD 2. e. Pen moves upscale. Apply 0. Position pen to bottom grid line. Pen should stop at 7 inches (18 cm) within ±0. adjust calibration control (R-126). To perform initial performance checks: a. Pen should stop at 10 inches (25 cm) within ±0. 5-56. (0. Y-AXIS SLEWING SPEED b. Apply 0. a. Hook up recorder as shown in Figure 5-12. Y-AXIS SLEWING SPEED TEST SETUP b.014 in.

This required force shall be between the limits of 6 ounces and 12 ounces. Connect input terminals with short between high (+) and guard. The procedure is shown in Figure 5-15. it is necessary to first remove be rear hood and platen. (0. Apply 1 VDC to X input at beginning of a Y excursion. AC REJECTION a. b. COMMON MODE REJECTION 5-60.16 inch (4. MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTS 5-63. 5-61. DC REJECTION Y-AXIS DRIVE ADJUSTMENT STRING TENSION CHECK/ 5-66. Any adjustment to the instrument is deemed necessary only when it is determined the instrument is out of adjustment per specifications. 5-9 . reduce signal to zero. 5-65. Pen deflection shall not exceed 0. FIGURE 5-13. Pen deflection is same. Pen deflection is same. Set RANGE switch to 1 mV/in. and 1K Resistor between low (-) and guard. Pen will overshoot and settle to a level not It exceed 0. To perform the procedure.1 inch (2. f. Repeat at all fixed attenuator positions for Y inputs. CAUTION Before removing input leads. SLEWING SPEED DETERMINATION b. Repeat test for X-axis. d.4 mV/cm). Repeat test for X-axis. 5-67. Set RANGE switch to 1 mV/in. PROCEDURE 5-64. c. c. f. Repeat at all fixed attenuator positions for Y inputs. FIGURE 5-14. If the string tension is not correct. but not malfunctioning due to component failure. and a short between the low (-) and guard terminals. (5 mm) with pen at any position on paper. e. Set DC Standard to 500 volts. Measurement is shown in Figure 5-13. e. X-AXIS SLEWING SPEED TEST SETUP d. 5-59. The Y cable tension may be verified by measuring the force required to move the pen carriage downscale while the motor is locked. Pen deflection shall not exceed 0.54 mm) with pen in any position on paper. Connect DC Standard between Y guard terminal and ground. d. This can be accomplished by removing the pen block from the pen arm and retying the knot on the end of the string. the string must be lengthened or shortened to attain the desired tension. Connect the 1k ohm resistor between the high (+) and low (-) terminals. (0. Set Function Generator to 10 V peak-to-peak sine wave and sweep frequency ±3 Hz around line frequency.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P a. e.4 mV/cm).2 in. 5-62. See paragraph 5-42.0 mm) from initial position on chart.

Y-AXIS BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT (GEAR ADJUSTING SCREW) 5-68. Remove rear hood. and turn adjusting screw in or out to attain minimum backlash between two set gears. f. A slight amount of backlash is desirable for optimum operation (See Figure 5-18). Move pen block to bottom of arm so 2-56 Bristol setscrew in block is aligned with notch in side of arm. l. To adjust these rollers: a. Y-AXIS PEN CARRIAGE ADJUSTMENT 5-71. Move pen carriage to extreme left-hand position and stand recorder on its right side. h. Tighten gear locking screw. first in one direction and then in the other. see Figure 5-18. FIGURE 5-17. See paragraph 5-18. These two gears must be adjusted for backlash in proper sequence for best results. Lightly push idler gear toward pen drive. c. Tighten motor clamping screws and recheck for optimum backlash. e. Snap pen lift solenoid out of its holder. Y-AXIS DRIVE STRING TENSION CHECK FIGURE 5-16. See Figure 5-16. See paragraph 5-18. Loosen gear locking screw in upper left corner of pen motor block (Figure 5-17). Slightly loosen two motor clamping screws from bottom of the recorder. Move pen carriage to left until the gear adjusting setscrew at rear of pen motor block is in line with large access hole in rear wall. while moving pen gear back and forth until motor pinion rotates freely with minimum backlash. i. . Remove rear side panel. 5-10 5-70.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 5-15. This procedure varies mesh between motor pinion and pen drive gear due to an eccentric mounting shoulder. Rotate motor slightly. The pen block rolls in the carriage arm on four plastic rollers. Remove bottom cover. Y GEAR TRAIN BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT 5-69. The Y-axis drive system alignment requires adjusting two gears. b. Y-AXIS BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT (GEAR LOCKING SCREW) k. j. d. Reassemble recorder. a. g.

Some adjustment is possible by loosening and repositioning idler pulleys. Reassemble.) c. Replace pen in notched holder. See paragraph 5-77. Y-AXIS ALIGNMENT 5-73. c. See paragraph 5-18. 5-79. Partially loosen 2 shouldered screws. Rotate motor in indicated direction until desired tension attained. If force not between the limits of 20 and 30 ounces. Remove pen scale. at upper end of arm. Remove rear hood. a new cable must be installed. h. Manually move arm in indicated direction until pen draws a line exactly parallel to vertical grid lines on graph paper. Remove rear hood. Part No. See Figure 5-22. Recheck alignment. 5-72. Remove X-axis slidewire to prevent accidental damage. Y-AXIS PEN CARRIAGE ADJUSTMENT b. 5-11 . d. FIGURE 5-18. g. Old belt will slip off. If adjustment is not possible by moving pulleys. Adjust belt tension. X-AXIS DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT 5-81. 5-76. Retighten motor mounting screws. A and B. g. f. NOTE: Care should be taken not to adjust out all sideplay. see Figure 5-19. 5-18. the carriage arm should be adjusted as follows: a. Repeat operation. b. This will cause mechanical drag and result in a poor trace. f. e. Check belt tension. See Figure 5-20. f. X-AXIS CABLE TENSION CHECK/ADJUSTMENT 5-75. 5-77. See Figure 5-21. 1500-0043. Remove pen.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P 5-74. making sure that at time of installation the tension is correct. d. Adjust setscrew to minimize sideplay of block with arm (Adjustment wrench provided in Accessory kit. b. c. This required force shall be between the limits of 20 ounces and 30 ounces. and bottom cover. d. c. the force required to displace (in a plane parallel to the control panel and in a direction toward the front of the unit) the center of the longest span of the cable 1/4 inch past the vertical wall of the motor assembly trough shall be between the limits of 15 ounces and 32 ounces. Retighten both screws. 5-80. Remove platen and bottom cover. Move pen block to upper end of arm so as to align upper setscrew with notch at upper end of arm. Remove two clamps holding pulley assembly and carefully lift assembly outward. e. If adjustment is necessary: a. repeat above steps. With the arm at the extreme right. Replace pulley assembly and clamps. platen. See paragraph 5-20. To replace the X-Axis drive belt proceed as follows: a. X-AXIS DRIVE ADJUSTMENT BELT TENSION CHECK/ 5-78. Slightly loosen two motor mounting screws from bottom of recorder. The X-axis drive belt tension may be verified by measuring the force required to move the carriage arm to the right while the drive sheave is locked. Loosen two motor mounting screws from bottom of recorder (see Figure 5-22) and rotate motor until belt is as loose as possible. The X cable tension should be verified by measuring the force required to displace it at a given distance. See paragraph 5-18. Install new belt. Remove from around motor. See paragraph 5-24. e. Reassemble. If a vertical pen trace deviates from perpendicular when compared with correctly aligned paper grids. Reassemble. See paragraph 5-44. See paragraph b.

X-AXIS DRIVE BELT TENSION CHECK . Y-AXIS ALIGNMENT FIGURE 5-20.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 5-19. X-AXIS CABLE TENSION CHECK 5-12 FIGURE 5-21.

b. BELT PULLEY BEARING REPLACEMENT. Replace as follows: a. See paragraph 5-18. as is other pulley. bearing. b. and bottom cover. and bottom cover. f. Remove rear hood. Reassemble. the X-axis drive cable must be partially or completely removed. replace. Adjustment of the X-axis track bearing is accomplished as follows: g. Remove bottom cover. Remove X-axis drive cable. Reassemble. Part No. a. c. d. while moving pen arm from side to side. platen. To replace any of the X-axis drive bearings. See paragraph 5-18. making sure pulley is reinstalled with flat side up. To 5-90. e. Remove rear hood and platen. d. See Figure 5-22. Part No. Reassemble. c. Separate gear from sheave by removing 2 No. See paragraph 5-18. Loosen two motor clamping screws (Figure 5-22). 2-56 flat head mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver. 5-13 . See paragraph 5-18. DRIVE TRAIN ADJUSTMENTS e. rotate housing first in one direction and then other. Remove rear hood and platen. Move pen carriage to its extreme position away from affected pulley. See paragraph 5-18. 1410-0277. Replace with new g. This could result in bearing damage or failure. 6-32 screw mounting pulley. Apply masking tape to remaining pulley and drive sheave so as to prevent cable from slipping off when tension is removed. depending on which bearing is affected. Press out defective bearing. Reassemble. d. A slight amount of backlash is desirable for optimum operation. X-AXIS DRIVE TRAIN BEARING REPLACEMENT 5-87. slightly loosen two clamps which mount X-axis pulley and pinion on underside of chassis. b. c. 5-84. Do not overtighten this adjustment.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P CAUTION 5-86. Using a 1/4 inch nut driver. Remove rear hood. b. Push bearings (2) out bottom of sheave and replace with new bearing(s). proceed as follows: a. rear side panel. Rotate motor until belt is as loose as possible. Move pen arm until it is opposite access slot. Using thumb and fingers. b. e. DRIVE SHEAVE BEARING REPLACEMENT. d. Tighten mounting clamps and recheck for minimum backlash. Remove rear hood. See Figure 5-23. Backlash of the gear drive system may be adjusted as follows: a. Remove retaining ring and slip sheave/gear assembly upwards and off stud. platen. If minimum backlash not attained. c. and bottom cover. 5-88. until gear rotates freely with minimum backlash. While holing pulley nut on bottom side of recorder. 5-89. turn bearing adjusting screw until a slight amount of clearance is detectable between the five ball bearing rollers and track rod. Remove pulley and its mounting stud. See paragraph 5-44. remove No. repeat above steps. Using Phillips Pozidrive screwdriver. 1410-0215. 5-82. Restring X-axis. X-AXIS TRACK BEARING ADJUSTMENT f. proceed as follows: a. X GEAR TRAIN BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT 5-83. FIGURE 5-22. 5-85. PULLEY BEARING REPLACEMENT. To replace either pulley bearing. See paragraph 5-18.

Adjust R237 until minimum retrace error exists.4V/cm).4V/cm). Pen speed should not exceed 1 in. Set X RANGE switch to 100 mV/in. Reassemble. f. 1410-0277. X-AXIS GEAR TRAIN BEARINGS c. d. b.25V) signal to X input terminals. . Slip drive belt off pulley and pull assembly (A) out of its hold from bottom.0 Vdc (1. 5-91. e. GAIN ADJUSTMENT a. Y RANGE switch to 1V/in. g. Similarly.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 5-23. Reinstall pulley. 5-14 c. e. (40 mV/cm).1 Hz. If gain in X or Y channel is insufficient (poor retrace) adjust as follows: b. a. etc. CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENT g. Adjust ZERO controls to position pen exactly at zero. 5-93. Apply 1. Set RANGE switch to 100 mV/in. Connect DC Standard to X input terminals.. Slide shaft out of housing. 5-76. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 5-95. (0. Set up for triangular output wave of 500 mV pk/pk at 0. Turn on recorder.4 cm/sec).4 cm/sec). perform the following procedure: 5-92. Remove defective bearing(s) and replace with new bearing. e. d. (40 mV/cm)./sec (0. (40 mV/cm)./sec (0. See Figure 5-23. (0. Adjust R226 to position pen to full scale. If recalibration adjustment is required to accommodate various graph papers. Connect low frequency Function Generator to X and Y input terminals. X RANGE switch to 1V/in. Adjust R137 for optimum retrace at 1 in. The gain potentiometers are labeled GAIN on the control panel and are adjustable wit a screwdriver. Part No. 5-94. f. set Y RANGE switch to 100 mV/in. See paragraph c. d. Remove two clamps holding pulley housing. Remove retaining ring from belt pulley shaft. Adjust belt tension.

5-96. Phase adjust is accomplished by adjusting R114. Apply 0. CIRCUIT BOARD ADJUSTMENT 5-15/5-16(blank) . check electronic reference for output of 9. Adjust R126 to position pen to full scale. See paragraph 5-18 and Figure 5-24.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P f. h.9 Vdc) to Y input terminals. PHASE SHIFT ADJUSTMENT 5-97. the gap which appears in the 45 degree retrace line will be due to a phase difference or time lag between the two recording axes.7 Vdc (0. Remove signal from X input terminals. FIGURE 5-24. the attenuator switches may be set to identical values in both X and Y to produce a straight line of 45 degree angle. In the event full scale cannot be reached by using calibration controls. If the retrace test made on X and Y demonstrates zero trace. g.0 volts ±5%. Access to R114 is obtained by removing bottom cover. i. Assuming both X and Y axes have been adjusted by means of the retrace curves described in paragraph 5-91.

five digit manufacturer's code. H-P number. description. and manufacturer's part number. This section contains complete information on parts list presented in an alphanumerical and numerical order. 6-1 . and manufacturer. RECOMMENDED SPARES 6-9. 6-3. Table 6-3 lists all components with mortality experience. Table 6-2 lists miscellaneous items not related to those parts in Table 6-1. MISCELLANEOUS PARTS 6-7. Table 6-4 lists the five-digit code number assigned to a specific manufacturer. 6-11. PARTS LIST 6-12. ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN. Table 6-1 lists parts in alphanumerical order by schematic circuit symbols. quantity. 6-5. They will be listed by part number. 6-8. This table is a cross-reference to Table 6-1 in that the five-digit number listed in Table 6-1 is identified by name in this table. ALPHANUMERICAL TABLE 6-13.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION VI PARTS LIST 6-1. This information is presented as a parts breakdown illustration with an accompanying legend. 6-4. The procedure for ordering replacement parts is also contained in this section. 6-6. Additional parts information is included to identify other subassemblies. INTRODUCTION 6-10. See Figures 6-1 and 6-2. CODE LIST OF MANUFACTURERS 6-2. Recommended quantities to stock for maintaining the instrument for a one-year period are specified in the quantity column.

02 UF 20% 100VDCW C:FXD TANT .02 UF 20% 100VDCW C:FXD CER 0.33 UF 20% 25VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.047 UF 10% 600VDCW C:FXD MY 0.10 UF 10% 20VDCW C:FXD TANT .10 UF 10% 20VDCW C:FXD TANT .75A 100PIV DIODE:T.001 UF + 100-0% 1000VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF + 75-10% 25VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF + 75-10% 25VDCW C:FXD POLY 0.10 UF 10% 20VDCW C:FXD CER 0.001 UF +100-0% 1000VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF + 75-10% 25VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF + 75-10% 25VDCW C:FXD MY 0.76V 10% DIODE:SILICON 0.01 UF 10% 200VDCW NOT USED C:FXD TANT .33 UF 20% 25VDCW C:FXD CER 0.047 UF 10% 600VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.56V AT 1 MA DIODE:SILICON 0.02 UF 20% 100VDCW C:FXD CER 0.0V 5% 1W DIODE:REFERENCE JEDEC TYPE DIODE BREAKDOWN:15.47 UF + 80-20% 25VDCW C:FXD CER 0.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD CER 0.75A 100PIV Mfr Code 28480 28480 14655 14655 56289 56289 56289 56289 5080-3696 5080-3695 WMF-6S47 WMF-6S47 150D105X9035A2-DYS 150D105X9035A2-DYS 150D105X9035A2-DYS 5C50BIS-CML 56289 56289 56289 150D105X9035A2-DYS 192P10392-PTS 192P10392-PTS 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 72982 56289 56289 14655 14655 56289 56289 56289 56289 150D106X9020B2-DYS 150D106X9020B2-DYS 150D107X0010R2-DYS 150D107X0010R2-DYS 5C10A7 CML C023B101H203MS27-CDH 150D106X9020B2-DYS C023B101H203MS27-CDH C023B101H203MS27-CDH 5C11B7S-CML 5C10A7 CML 150D105X9035A2-DYS 8015V-102P 30D107G025DD2-DSM 30D107G025DD2-DSM WMF-6S47 WMF-6S47 150D105X9035A2-DYS 150D105X9035A2-DYS 150D105X9035A2-DYS 5C50BIS-CML 56289 56289 56289 150D105X9035A2-DYS 192P10392-PTS 192P10392-PTS 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 72982 56289 56289 14752 14752 56289 28480 28480 07263 07263 07263 28480 28480 04713 04713 04713 04713 04713 04713 28480 04713 28480 04713 150D106X9020B2-DYS 150D106X9020B2-DYS 150D107X0010R2-DYS 150D107X0010R2-DYS 5C10A7 CML C023B101H203MS27-CDH 150D106X9020B2-DYS C023B101H203MS27-CDH C023B101H203MS27-CDH 5C11B7S-CML 5C10A7 CML 150D105X9035A2-DYS 801-Z5V-102P 30D107G025DD2-DSM 30D107G025DD2-DSM 410B 410B 34D357G050HJ2-DSB 0150-0119 0150-0119 FD 2387 FD 2387 FD 2387 1902-0034 1901-0022 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 1N937 1906-0202 1N937 1901-0202 SR1358-2 See introduction to this section for ordering information 6-2 Mfr Part Number .047 UF 10% 600VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.01 UF 10% 200VDCW C:FXD MY 0.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD CER 0. PARTS LIST Reference Designation A1 B101 B201 C101 C102 C103 C104 C105 C106 C107 C108 C109 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 C115 C116 C117 C118 C119 C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 C125 C126 C201 C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208 C209 C210 C211 C212 C213 C214 C215 C216 C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C222 C223 C224 C225 C226 C301 C302 C402 C501 C502 CR101 CR102 CR103 CR104 CR105 CR106 CR107 CR108 CR109 CR110 CR111 CR112 CR113 CR114 CR115 HP Part Number Qty 5080-3696 5080-3695 0160-0819 0160-0819 0180-0291 0180-0291 0180-0291 0150-0121 1 1 4 0180-0291 0160-0161 0160-0161 0180-0374 0180-0374 0180-0137 0180-0137 0160-0137 0160-0818 0180-0374 0160-0818 0160-0818 0160-0174 0160-0137 0180-0291 0160-2105 0180-0094 0180-0094 0160-0819 0160-0819 0180-0291 0180-0291 0180-0291 0150-0121 10 2 4 6 4 4 6 2 3 4 0180-0291 0160-0161 0160-0161 0180-0374 0180-0374 0180-0137 0180-0137 0160-0137 0160-0818 0180-0374 0160-0818 0160-0818 0160-0174 0160-0137 0180-0291 0160-2105 0180-0094 0180-0094 0160-2074 0160-2074 0180-1984 0150-0119 0150-0119 1901-0025 1901-0025 1901-0025 1902-0034 1901-0022 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1902-0786 1902-0202 1902-0786 1902-0202 1901-0191 2 1 2 2 6 2 2 19 4 4 Description X-Y RECORDER Y-AXIS SERVO MOTOR X-AXIS SERVO MOTOR C:FXD MY 0.22 UF 1% 100VDCW C:FXD AL ELECT 350 UF + 75-10% 50VDCW C:FXD CER 2X.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.10 UF 10% 20VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF 20% 10VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF 20% 10VDCW C:FXD CER 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.33 UF 20% 25VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.01 UF 10% 200VDCW C:FXD MY 0.01 µF ±20% 250WVAC DIODE:SILICON 100MA/1V DIODE:SILICON 100MA/1V DIODE:SILICON 100MA/1V DIODE:5.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.01 µF ±20% 250WVAC C:FXD CER 2X.10 UF 10% 20VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF 20% 10VDCW C:FXD ELECT 100 UF 20% 10VDCW C:FXD CER 0.01 UF 10% 200VDCW NOT USED C:FXD TANT .C.0V 5% 1W DIODE:SILICON 0.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD CER 0. REFERENCE JEDEC TYPE DIODE:BREAKDOWN:15.047 UF 10% 600VDCW C:FXD MY 0.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD ELECT 1.1 UF +80-20% 50VDCW NOT USED C:FXD ELECT 1.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 6-1.22 UF 1% 100VDCW C:FXD POLY 0.10 UF 10% 20VDCW C:FXD CER 0.02 UF 20% 100VDCW C:FXD CER 0.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD MY 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.33 UF 20% 25VDCW C:FXD CER 0.0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD MY 0.02 UF 20% 100VDCW C:FXD TANT .0 UF 10% 35VDCW C:FXD CER 0.47 UF + 80-20% 25VDCW C:FXD CER 0.1 UF +80-20% 50VDCW NOT USED C:FXD ELECT 1.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.02 UF 20% 100VDCW C:FXD CER 0.

8 MILLIAMPS LAMP:NEON GLOW 0.C.75 A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 1500 PIV DIODE:SILICON DIODE:SILICON 1500 PIV LAMP:NEON GLOW 0.75A 1000PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 250V (FOR 115V LINE) FUSEHOLDER:EXTRACTOR POST TYPE BINDING POST:RED BINDING POST:RED 28480 28480 28480 28480 04713 04713 04713 07263 07263 07263 28480 28480 04713 04713 04713 04713 04713 04713 28480 04713 28480 04713 04713 04713 04713 04713 04713 04713 28480 28480 28480 08806 08806 08806 08806 08717 75915 75915 75915 28480 28480 1901-0470 1901-0470 1901-0470 1901-0470 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 FD 2387 FD 2387 FD 2387 1902-0034 1901-0022 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 1N937 1902-0202 1N937 1902-0202 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-2 SR1358-4 SR1358-4 SR1358-2 1901-0487 1901-0033 1901-0487 A1C A1C A1C A1C 895-W-C2A-22K 312. PARTS LIST (Continued) Reference Designation CR501 CR502 CR503 CR504 CR116 CR117 CR118 CR201 CR202 CR203 CR204 CR205 CR206 CR207 CR208 CR209 CR210 CR211 CR212 CR213 CR214 CR215 CR216 CR217 CR218 CR301 CR302 CR401 CR501 CR402 CR502 DS301 DS302 DS303 DS304 DS601 F601 F601 F601 J101 J102 J103 J201 J202 J203 J601 J602 J602 K401 P601 Q101 Q102 Q103 Q104 Q105 Q106 Q107 Q108 Q109 Q110 Q201 Q202 Q203 Q204 Q205 Q206 Q207 Q208 Q209 Q210 R101 R102 R103 R104 R105 R106 R107 R108 R109 R110 HP Part Number Qty 1901-0470 1901-0470 1901-0470 1901-0470 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0025 1901-0025 1901-0025 1901-0034 1901-0022 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1902-0786 1902-0202 1902-0786 1902-0202 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0191 1901-0159 1901-0159 1901-0191 1901-0487 1901-0033 1901-0487 2140-0047 2140-0047 2140-0047 2140-0047 1450-0495 2110-0065 2110-0063 1400-0084 1510-0008 1510-0008 1910-0009 1510-0008 1510-0008 1510-0009 8120-1378 1251-0292 1251-0293 07035-81640 1251-2357 1855-0067 1855-0067 1854-0201 1853-0020 1854-0202 1854-0201 1854-0202 1853-0020 1854-002 5060-4502 1855-0067 1855-0067 1854-0201 1853-0020 1854-0202 1854-0201 1854-0020 1853-0020 1854-0022 5060-4502 0698-5527 0698-4342 0698-5454 0698-5453 0698-4343 0698-5527 0698-4342 2100-2682 0684-1021 0698-3229 4 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 4 Description Mfr Code Mfr Part Number DIODE:SILICON 0.0V 5% 1W DIODE:T.56V AT 1 MA DIODE:SILICON 0.SILICON 100MA/1V DIODE:SILICON 100MA/1V DIODE:5.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.750 342014 1510-0008 1510-0008 BINDING POST:RED BINDING POST:RED BINDING POST:BLACK CABLE ASSY:AC POWER CORD CONNECTOR:FEMALE 24 PIN CONNECTOR:24 CONTACT RELAY SOCKET:3-PIN MALE POWER RECEPTACLE TSTR:FET SI N-CHANNEL TSTR:FET SI N-CHANNEL TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI PNP (SELECTED FROM 2N3702) TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI PNP (SELECTED FROM 2N3702) TSTR:SI NPN TRANSISTOR TSTR:FET SI N-CHANNEL TSTR:FET SI N-CHANNEL TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI PNP (SELECTED PROM 2N3702) TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI NPN TSTR:SI PNP (SELECTED FROM 2N3702) TSTR:SI NPN TRANSISTOR R:FXD FLM 900K OHM 0.75A 1000PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.76V 10% DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 1000PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.0V 5% 1W DIODE:SILICON 0.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 900K OHM 0.C.8 MILLIAMPS LAMP:NEON GLOW 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:T.REFERENCE JEDEC TYPE DIODE BREAKDOWN:15.1% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 90K OHM 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 100 OHM 0.8 MILLIAMPS LIGHT INDICATOR. WHITE PLASTIC LENS FUSE:0.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 6-1.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 900 OHM 0.1% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 90K OHM 0.75A 1000PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.1% 1/8W R:VAR WW 10K OHM 10% LIN 2W R:FXD COMP 1000 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 1K OHM 1% 1/8W 28480 28480 28480 70903 28480 28480 28480 82389 28480 28480 80131 28480 80131 80131 80131 28480 07263 28480 28480 28480 80131 28480 80131 80131 28480 28480 07263 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 01121 28480 1510-0008 1510-0008 1510-0009 KH-7081 1251-0292 1251-0293 07035-81640 EAC-301 1855-0067 1855-0067 2N3391A 1853-0020 2N3390 2N3391A 2N3390 1853-0020 S17843 5060-4502 1855-0067 1855-0067 2N3391A 1853-0020 2N3390 2N3391A 1854-0020 1853-0020 S17843 5060-4502 0698-5527 0698-4342 0698-5454 0698-5453 0698-4343 0698-5527 0698-4342 2100-2682 CB 1021 0698-3229 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 4 6 2 2 2 4 6 4 See introduction to this section for ordering information 6-3 .375 312.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 100MA/1V DIODE.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.375A 250V (FOR 230V LINE) FUSE:0. REFERENCE JEDEC TYPE DIODEBREAKDOWN:15.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 9K OHM 0.8 MILLIAMPS LAMP:NEON GLOW 0.75A 400PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 100PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.75A 400PIV DIODE:SILICON 0.

5K OHM WIPER-Y-AXIS R:FXD FLM 866 OHM 1% 1/4W R:VAR WW 1K OHM ± 2% 2W R:FXD COMP 1 MEGOHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 47K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2000 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2000 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 27K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 47K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1 MEGOHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 150K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 150K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 100 OHM 0.32K OHM 1% 1/8W R:VAR WW 10K OHM LIN 20% 1W R:FXD COMP 15K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 15K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 100K OHMS 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 100K OHMS 5% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 1K OHM 1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 866K OHM 1% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 866K OHM 1% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 100K OHM 10% 1/4W R:VAR WW 10K OHM 10% LIN 2W SLIDEWIRE ASSEMBLY 3.7 OHM 10% 1/2W R:VAR WW 10 OHM 20% LIN 2W R:FXD COMP 470K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 10K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 470K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 18K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 33K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 390K OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 47K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 9K OHM 0. PARTS LIST (Continued) Reference Designation R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121 R122 R123 R124 R124 R125 R126 R127 R128 R129 R130 R131 R132 R133 R134 R135 R136 R137 R138 R139 R140 R141 R142 R143 R144 R145 R147 R148 R149 R150 R151 R152 R153 R154 R155 R156 R157 R158 R159 R201 R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R219 R220 R221 HP Part Number 0698-4342 0757-0201 0757-0433 2100-0396 0684-1531 0684-1531 0683-1045 0683-1045 0698-3229 0698-4160 0698-4160 0684-1041 2100-2682 07035-80750 5080-7706 0698-5154 2100-2289 0683-1055 0684-4731 0683-2025 0683-2025 0684-2731 0684-4731 0683-1055 0684-1541 0684-1541 0699-0001 2100-1729 0684-4741 0684-1031 0684-4741 0684-1831 0684-3311 0683-3945 0684-4731 0683-2225 0684-1841 0684-1041 0684-1021 0684-3331 0684-1021 0684-4711 0684-1521 0683-4725 0813-0046 0683-6215 0761-0049 0683-6215 0761-0049 0698-5527 0698-4342 0698-5454 0698-5453 0698-4343 0691-5527 0698-4342 2100-2682 0684-1021 0698-3229 0698-4342 0757-0201 0757-0433 0683-4725 0684-1531 0684-1531 0683-1045 0683-1045 0698-3229 0698-4159 0698-4159 Qty 2 2 2 4 4 2 4 1 1 1 2 4 6 4 2 4 2 2 4 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 1 2 Description R:FXD FLM 90K OHM 0.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 6.2K OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 180K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 100K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1000 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 33K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1000 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 470 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1500 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 4700 OHM5% 1/4W R:FXD WW 1 OHM 10% 3W R:FXP COMP 620 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD MET OX 200 OHM 5% 1W R:FXD COMP 620 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD MET OX 200 OHM 5% 1W R:FXD FLM 900K OHM 0.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 900 OHM 0.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 900K OHM 0.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 90K OHM 0.1% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 90K OHM 0.32K OHM 1% 1/8W R:FXD COMP 4700 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 15K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 15K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 100K OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 100K OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 1K OHM 1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 604K OHM 1% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 604K OHM 1% 1/4W Mfr Code 28480 28480 28480 28480 01121 01121 01121 01121 28480 28480 28480 01121 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 28480 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 28480 01121 28480 01121 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 01121 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 01121 01121 01121 01121 28480 28480 28480 See introduction to this section for ordering information 6-4 Mfr Part Number 0698-4342 0757-0201 0757-0433 2100-0396 CB 1531 CB 1531 CB 1045 CB 1045 0698-3229 0698-4160 0698-4160 CB 1041 2100-2682 07035-80750 5080-7706 0698-5154 2100-2289 CB 1055 CB 4731 CB 2025 CB 2025 CB 2731 CB 4731 CB 1055 CB 1541 CB 1541 EB 27G1 2100-1729 CB 4741 CB 1031 CB 4741 CB 1831 CB 3331 CB 3945 CB 4731 CB 2225 CB 1841 CB 1041 CB 1021 CB 3331 CB 1021 CB 4711 CB 1521 CB 4725 0813-0046 CB 6215 0761-0049 CB 6215 0761-0049 0698-5527 0698-4342 0698-5454 0698-5453 0698-4343 0698-5527 0698-4342 2100-2682 CB 1021 0698-3229 0698-4342 0757-0201 0757-0433 2100-0396 CB 1531 CB 1531 CB 1045 CB 1045 0698-3229 0698-4159 0698-4159 .1% 1/8W R:VAR WW 10K OHM 10% LIN 2W R:FXD COMP 1000 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD FLM 1K OHM 1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 90K OHM 0.81K OHM 1% 1/8W R:FXD MET FLM 3.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 6-1.81K OHM 1% 1/8W R:FXD MET 3.1% 1/8W R:FXD FLM 6.

PARTS LIST (Continued) Reference Designation R222 R223 R224 R224 R225 R226 R227 R228 R229 R230 R231 R232 R233 R234 R235 R236 R237 R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R243 R244 R245 R246 R247 R248 R249 R250 R251 R252 R253 R254 R255 R256 R257 R258 R259 R301 R302 R303 R304 R401 R501 R502 R503 R601 R602 S101 S201 S401 S501 S601 S602 T601 V101 V102 V201 V202 R504 R505 HP Part Number 0684-1041 2100-2682 07035-80730 5060-4570 0757-0427 2100-2289 0683-1055 0683-4731 0683-2025 0683-2025 0684-2731 0684-4731 0683-1055 0684-1541 0684-1541 0699-0001 2100-1729 0684-4741 0684-1031 0684-4741 0684-1831 0684-3331 0683-3945 0684-4731 0683-2225 0684-6811 0684-1841 0684-1041 0684-1021 0684-3331 0684-1021 0684-4711 0684-1521 0683-4725 0813-0046 0683-6215 0761-0049 0683-6215 0761-0049 0684-6831 0684-6831 0684-6831 0684-6831 0811-1202 0683-6845 0698-8754 0698-8754 2100-1621 3130-0166 3130-0166 3101-1702 3101-1702 3101-2404 3101-1174 5060-6857 1990-0072 1990-0072 1990-0072 1990-0072 0698-3453 0698-3453 Qty 1 1 1 4 1 I 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 4 2 2 Description Mfr Code R:FXD COMP 100K OHM 10% 1/4W R:VAR WW 10K OHM 10% LIN 2W SLIDEWIRE ASSY:5K OHM WIPER X-AXIS R:FXD MET FLM 1. T0-5 PACKAGE PHOTOCONDUCTOR:2-LEAD. T0-5 PACKAGE PHOTOCONDUCTOR:2-LEAD. T0-5 PACKAGE PHOTOCONDUCTOR:2-LEAD.7 OHM 10% 1/2W R:VAR WW 10 OHM 20% LIN 2W R:FXD COMP 470K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 10K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 470K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 18K OHM10% 1/8W R:FXD COMP 33K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 390K OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 47K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2.5K OHM 1% 1/8W R:VAR 1K ± 20% 2W R:FXD COMP 1 MEGOHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 47K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2000 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2000 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 27K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 47K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1 MEGOHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 150K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 150K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 2.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 6-1.2K OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 680 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 180K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 100K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1000 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 33K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1000 OHM10%1/4W R:FXD COMP 470 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 1500 OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 4700 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD WW 1 OHM 10% 3W R:FXD COMP 620 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD MET OX 200 OHM 5% 1W R:FXD COMP 620 OHM 5% 1/4W R:FXD MET OX 200 OHM 5% 1W R:FXD COMP 68K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 68K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 68K OHM 10% 1/4W R:FXD COMP 68K OHM10% 1/4W R:FXD WW 50 OHM 5% 3W R:FXD 680K ±5% 1/4W R:FXD 10 MEG ±1% 1/4W R:FXD 10 MEG ±1% 1/4W NOT USED R:VAR 5K WW 4W SECTION:ROTARY SWITCH SECTION:ROTARY SWITCH SWITCH:TOGGLE SPDT SWITCH:TOGGLE SPDT SWITCH:TOGGLE SPDT SWITCH:TOGGLE SPDT TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY PHOTOCONDUCTOR:2-LEAD. T0-5 PACKAGE R:FXD 196K ±1% 1/8W R:FXD 196K ±1% 1/8W 01121 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 28480 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 01121 28480 01121 28480 01121 28480 01121 01121 01121 01121 28480 28480 28480 28480 CB 1041 2100-2682 07035-80730 5060-4570 0757-0427 2100-2289 CB 1055 CB 4731 CB 2025 CB 2025 CB 2731 CB 4731 CB 1055 CB 1541 CB 1541 EB 27G1 2100-1729 CB 4741 CB 1031 CB 4741 CB 1831 CB 3331 CB 3945 CB 4731 CB 2225 CB 6811 CB 1841 CB 1041 CB 1021 CB 3331 CB 1021 CB 4711 CB 1521 CB 4725 0813-0046 CB 6215 0761-0049 CB 6215 0761-0049 CB 6831 CB 6831 CB 6831 CB 6831 0811-1202 0683-6845 0698-8754 0698-8754 28480 28480 28480 18911 18911 82389 18911 2100-1621 3130-0166 3130-0166 8926K124 8926K124 11A-1242 7511K4 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 28480 1990-0072 1990-0072 1990-0072 1990-0072 0698-3453 0698-3453 Mfr Part Number See introduction to this section for ordering information 6-5 .

Disposable. PAPER. 24-pin (mate for J-602) Fuse holder Pulley. Power. front. clutch (mylar) Lubricant Slidewire Power cord. INK 07035-82660 508-1190 5081-1191 5081-1192 5081-1193 9270-1006 9270-1007 9270-1023 9270-1027 Accessory Kit Pen. Disposable. 1251-0293 1400-0084 17999-06494 17999-06460 17999-16046 4040-0011 5080-3627 1251-0148 1500-0043 5080-3635 8120-1378 5060-0761 0703501660 8120-039 1490-0080 07035-01020 07035-62260 07035-01030 07035-01000 07004-01860 07035-61440 07035-00511 07035-61660 07035-61670 07035-64270 07004-60640 07035-62160 07035-81000 07035-80730 07035-81020 09125-20350 Connector. Disposable. Stacking Bracket Spectrastrip (9 conductor)(Y-axis trailing cable) Shorting Links (Guard Straps) Panel Control (English) Hood Assembly (Standard) Panel Control (Metric) Panel. 5080-3635 KMS-7041 50600761 Spectrastrip H-P H-P 1490-0080 07035-01020 H-P H-P H-P 07035-01030 07035-01000 07004-01860 H-P H-P H-P 07035-00511 07035-61660 07035-61670 H-P H-P H-P H-P H-P H-P 07035-62160 07035-81000 07035-80730 07035-81020 H-P H-P H-P H-P H-P Gubelman Gubelman Gubelman Gubelman 0703-82660 5081-1990 5081-1191 5081-1192 5081-1193 H-10070/A L-10070/A H-P H-P 03700025 03700112 ACCESSORY KIT. Metric (heavy) Chart Paper. Disposable.G. X-axis Shipping Carton Plunger Assembly. Kinelogic Corp. ETC. MISCELLANEOUS PARTS Circuit Symbol Part No. Standard (heavy) Chart Paper. solenoid Amphenol Littlefuse H-P H-P H-P Allen Plastic H-P Tower Mfg. Side. Drive cable (white plastic) Spring. Blue Pen. Red Pen. Description Typical Mfr Mfr Part No. ELECTRICAL. Pen lit (Serial Prefix 826 and below require index pointer 07005-00730) Clutch Assy.5 ft. H-P Belden H-P 57-30240 342004 17999-06494 17999-06460 17999-16046 5080-3627 H-1061 I. X-axis Table.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 6-2. RH and LH Panel. MECHANICAL. Black Chart Paper. Cable tension Clamp and Pad Assy (for shipping) Dust Cover (plastic) X Axis Stringing Kit Receptacle. 7. Foot. Standard (light) Chart Paper. Electrostatic Slidewire. Metric (light) KNOBS 0370-0025 0370-0112 6-6 Zero & Vernier Control Attenuator . Bottom Rear Hood Assy (Standard) Rear Hood Assy (Metric) Hood Assembly (Metric) Option 001 Solenoid. Drive. Green Pen. Cord Belt. rear Cable Assembly Cover.

Neon. X-axis Cap. Field Effect Siliconix Inc. Zener. E. 1/10w. E. ±10% H-P H-P Sprague TRW 5080-3696 5080-3695 34D357G050 PS18237 1 1 1 1 1902-0786 Diode. ±5% Motorola IN937 1 1902-0202 Diode. 375 mA Solenoid. NPN Silicon Fairchild 5060-4502 Transistor Assembly.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 6-3. RS 5080-3696 5080-3695 0180-1984 1902-0034 Servo Motor. Elect. E-101 2 1854-0201 Transistor. 15v. A1C 2 68K ohms 1450-0495 2110-0063 2110-0065 07004 60650 09125 20350 Indicator Light Fuse. RECOMMENDED ONE YEAR ISOLATED SPARE PARTS LIST Circuit Symbol B-101 B-201 C-402 CR-104 CR-204 CR-111 CR-113 CR-211 CR-213 CR-112 CR-114 CR-212 CR-214 CR-501 CR-502 DS-301 DS-302 DS-303 DS-304 DS-304 DS-601 F-601 K-401 Q-101 Q-102 Q-201 Q-202 Q-103 Q-406 Q-203 Q-206 Q-104 Q-108 Q-204 Q-208 Q-105 Q-107 Q-205 Q-207 Q-109 Q-209 Q-110 Q-210 Part No.76v. Solenoid H-P 09125-20350 1 1855-0067 Transistor.8ma. Y-axis Servo Motor.750 312. 1w Motorola SZ11213-191 1 1901-0487 Diode. E. +75 -10% 50wvdc Diode. 5%. Zener.0v. NPN Silicon H-P 5 1 1 5060-4502 1 6-7 . 5. Zener. NPN Silicon G. PNP Silicon Texas Inst. 750 mA Fuse. SM-9143 2 1854-0202 Transistor. 9. 0. 2N3390 2 1854-0022 Transistor. Description Typical Mfr Mfr Part No. 2N3391A 2 1853-0020 Transistor. G. Silicon Semtech SS1138 2 2140-0047 Lamp.375 07004-60650 Plunger Assembly. NPN Silicon G. Littlefuse Littlefuse H-P 859-W-(ZA-22K) 312. Pen Lift Sloan Co. 350µf.

Ill.5K (Slidewire) H-P 07035-80750 1 Wiper Assembly. Y. 5K (Slidewire) H-P H-P 07035-80730 2 1 Wiper Assembly. Semiconductor Div. ADDRESS Milwaukee. Cutler-Hammer Inc. Ariz. Palo Alto. Inc. Des Plaines. Inc. Description Typical Mfr Mfr Part No. Durant Digital Inst. Calif. Calif. Pa. Mass. Fairchild Camera & Inst. Milwaukee. RECOMMENDED ONE YEAR ISOLATED SPARE PARTS LIST (Continued) Circuit Symbol R-124 R-224 R-155 R-255 V-101 V102 V-201 V-202 Part No. N. Calif. Littlefuse Inc. ZIP CODE 53204 85008 94040 44112 07105 91776 53201 94304 01247 60644 11237 16512 60016 20006 60630 60646 . MANUFACTURER'S CODE LIST MFR NO. H-P 0813-0046 Resistor. Belden Corp. Wis. N. Chicago. Radio Materials Co.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 6-3. Dialight Corp. Co. Div. Inc. Mountain View. Variable. Washington. Phoenix. Cleveland. Electronic Industries Association Switchraft. N. Ill. (Y-axis) Resistor. Ill. Co. Ill. San Gabriel. Electro-Cube. 3w Sprague 242E 1 1990-0072 Photoconductor H-P 1990-0072 2 1500-0043 Belt. 3. Ohio Newark. Erie Technological Prod. J. coil and wiper bracket 5060-4569. Cornell Dubilier Elect. H-P 5080-3627 1 0703561420 Cable Assembly (Y-axis) H-P 07035-61420 1 0703560460 Trailing Cable (Y-axis) H-P 8120-1039 1 0703562160 Clutch Assembly. 01121 04713 07263 08806 14655 14752 18911 28480 56289 70903 72619 72982 75915 80131 82389 91418 6-8 MANUFACTURER'S NAME Alien Bradley Company Motorola Semiconductor Products Inc. Corp. ww. C. (X-axis) For serial prefixes below 823. Adams. Erie. Wis. ±10%. E. D. Clutch (Mylar) 5080-3627 Restringing Kit (X-axis) Kinelogic Corp. 1 ohm. RS 0703580750 5080-7706 0703580730 5060-4570 Resistor. Federal Pacific Elect. Brooklyn. Hewlett-Packard Company Sprague Electric Co. Chicago. also required. Drive. Chicago. Miniature Lamp Dept. X-axis H-P 07035-62160 1 5060-6428 Pen Holder H-P 5060-6428 1 2 1 TABLE 6-4. Variable. G.

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 6-1. EXPLODED VIEW-CABINET 6-9 .

EXPLODED VIEW-CARRIAGE ARM (SHEET 1 OF 2) 6-10 .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P (FIGURE 6-2 SHEET 1 OF 2) (FIGURE 6-2 SHEET 2 OF 2) FIGURE 6-2.

Machine. Washer. Grip Gear. Machine 4-40 x 3/8 FH. Pass. Lock. Helical #4 Washer. Shouldered 4-40 x 3/8 Screw. Machine 4-40 x 3/16 FH. Co. Flat #4 Washer. Stud Retaining Ring Typical Mfr. Machine 4-40 x 3/8 FH. Lock. Set 2-56 x 1/8 Spline Dr. .Metric Scale Ring. PD. Disposable. SS Screw. SS Screw. 2-56 x 3/16 FH.Axis) Washer. Flat #2 Screw. Pen Block. Return (Lower) Cleat. Inc. Scale Bracket-Coil & Wiper Clamp. PD. SS Screw. Augat. Helical #2 Washer. PD. Disposable. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 0360-0243 1460-0940 0520-0066 0520-0163 2200-0710 0570-0142 0570-0190 0590-0149 1400-0304 1410-0941 1410-0269 1460-1201 5000-4225 5080-3633 2190-0087 2190-0108 2190-0094 3050-0303 2200-0048 2200-0056 2200-0143 0570-1103 2270-0022 Not used 2270-0049 3030-0169 3030-0222 3050-0394 07035-61850 5080-3696 07035-00230 5060-4569 07035-02370 0340-0418 Not Used 07035-20200 07035-62420 07035-20240 07035-20280 07035-20330 07035-20350 07005-00730 07035-22020 07035-20310 07035-22190 07035-40370 07034-40020 07034-60430 07034-60450 0510-0724 07035-60590 07035-60700 5060-4570 07035-60520 07035-60860 5060-6428 07035-80750 5060-6538 07035-61420 07004-60640 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 07035-61700 09125-20350 5061-1190 5061-1191 5061-1192 5061-1193 5080-7706 3050-0710 03060-1626 0610-0810 Description Solder Lug. Pen Arm Screw. Schnitzer Alloy Hewlett-Packard Bristol Western Washer Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Nylomatic N5228 Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard HP HP HP HP Hewlett-Packard Western Washer Hewlett-Packard HP FIGURE 6-2. Insulation Pulley. Machine. . Shoulder Pointer. Machine 0-80 x 1/8 FH. Blue Pen. Slot Screw. Disposable. 4/40 x 3/8 Truss. Index (X . Pen Block Carriage Block.010 THK Terminal. Hex 0-80 SS Clip . Set.130 ID. SS Screw. Flat #4 shim SS Block. Superior Spring Schnitzer Alloy Hewlett-Packard Bristol Corland Co. Machine.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P B/N Part No. SS Screw. Co. PD. Pen Lift Yoke. Set 4-40 x 1/8 Spline Dr. SS Nut. EXPLODED VIEW-CARRIAGE ARM (SHEET 2 OF 2) 6-11/(6-12 blank) .Axis) Flywheel Pulley. PD.Component Ball Bearing Ball Bearing Spring. SS Screw. Retaining Screw. SS Screw. Machine 4-40 x 7/16 FH. Machine 4-40 x 3/16 FH.English Scale Pen Scale Assembly . Corland Co. PD. Pen Drive Assembly Bearing Adjustment Assembly Wiper Assembly (Prefix 823 & above) Wiper Conversion Kit (Prefix below 823) Wheel Assembly. . Helical #8 Washer. New Hampshire New Hampshire Superior Spring Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Eaton Mfg. Zierick Mfg. Servo Motor Servo Motor Y-Axis Rear Mount. Pulley Return Wheel. Black Wiper Assembly (Y . Lock. PD. Pen Carriage Pen Holder Assembly Pen Arm Assembly Pen Lift Assembly Pen Carriage Cable Assembly Solenoid Assembly (Below serial prefix 826 requires index pointer 07005-00730) Pen Drive Assembly Plunger. Flat #2 Spring. Red Pen. Pen Arm Pen Scale Assembly . Motor Assembly Stud. PD. Disposable. Cable Bushing. Solenoid Assembly Pen. Cable Motor Replacement Kit Washer. 2-56 x 3/16 PH.250 OD. Green Pen. Pen Arm Mounting Block. Screw. Pen Drive (Upper) Stop.

such as 7-1 . This section contains instructions for troubleshooting the Model 7035B. TROUBLESHOOTING 7-5. Component location photographs. The concept of bracketing should be established. and remedies. The troubleshooting index. 7-7. 7-4. schematics. REQUIREMENTS determining which circuits or sections are not operating or are operating abnormally. and a troubleshooting index are supplied to aid in troubleshooting. Figures 7-1 through 7-3. CONTENT 7-3. When troubleshooting utilize the photographs and schematics presented in this section. 7-6. Use component location photographs and schematics for backup when searching out a problem area. INTRODUCTION 7-2. lists other possible malfunctions. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX 7-8. Troubleshooting should be performed in a logical manner. This is generally the fastest method to locate trouble in a closed loop circuit.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION VII TROUBLESHOOTING 7-1. suspected causes. Table 7-1.

0. Amplifier gain too low. Adjust gain (paragraph 5-92). d. a. Measure tension per paragraph 5-66. a. b. k. Adjust gain (paragraph 5-92). b. See Table 1-1. "Dirty" slidewire. c. b. Tighten belt (paragraph 5-79). Source impedance too high (1 mv/ inch. Source impedance too high (1 mv/ inch. Adjust pen carriage (per paragraph 5-71). Excessive differential noise on input signal. c. Measure per paragraph 5-78. Clean slidewire (see paragraph 5-11). Excessive friction. Clean slidewire (see paragraph 5-11).TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 7-1. e. Excessive pen jitter (small amplitude). Decrease retrace pen speed. c. Replace brushes (paragraph 5-38). Bearing in drive train faulty. d. Adjust backlash (paragraph 5-69). One position of pen produces excessive jitter that repeats each time the pen reaches this position. Excessive common mode signal. a. See Table 1-1. c. e. . 7035B TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX PROBLEM 1. i. Replace bearing. Drive belt too loose. e. Strap between front panel guard terminal and negative input terminal disconnected. d. c. Faulty neon bulb in photochopper. d. a. b. b. 0. a. Replace bulk (aging not required).4 mv/cm) range only. c. Adjust (lower) gain per paragraph 5-92. 7-2 Excessive Y-axis retrace hysteresis (any slope). j. e. f. h. 3. Lower source impedance and/or increase amplifier gain (paragraph 5-92). 2. k. 4. Connect strap. a. j. Excessive differential input signal noise. g. Tighten drive string (paragraph 5-67). b. f. Pen speed too fast. Motor brushes excessively worn. Insufficient backlash in gears (too tight). Amplifier gain adjusted too high. High contact resistance between slidewire wiper and either resistance element or pickoff strip. See Table 1-1. Clean and lubricate per paragraphs 5-9 and 5-13. g. h. Drive string too loose. POSSIBLE CAUSE CURE "Dirty" slidewire. Amplifier gain too low. Lower source impedance and/ or increase amplifier gain (paragraph 5-92). i. Pen carriage wheels set too tight.4 mv/cm) range only. Excessive X-axis retrace hysteresis (any slope). Retrace error should be small only at pen speeds below 1 inch/sec.

7.) POSSIBLE CAUSE CURE d. Operating on ranges other than calibrated positions. 8. Upper support screws (two) not tight (see figure 5-6). Calibration incorrect. Source impedance too high or low (1 my/inch range only) causing excessive phase shift in input filter. k. Adjust backlash (paragraph 5-83). K. e. Extremes can be compensated for only by reducing the pen speed. a.). Excessive differential noise on input signal. Clean a. b. Align arm and tighten (see paragraph 5-73). Adjust pen carriage wheels (paragraph 5-71). X-axis slider rod bearings too tight. Adjust R-114. e. Wash board per paragraph 5-9. Leakage on surface of printed circuit board. 2. Pen speed too fast.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 7-1. See Table 1-1. Recording paper inaccurate due to poor printing or environmental effects. c. Grease on drive belt. f. 7035B TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX (Continued) PROBLEM 4. Motor brushes excessively worn. X-axis slider rod bearings too loose. Retrace error should be small only at pen speeds below 1 inch/sec. 5. j. High voltage ranges won't hold calibration. g. Adjust R-114 (paragraph 5-97). Examine signal source. b. Replace faulty bulb (aging not required). e. Insufficient backlash in gears (too tight). c. b. d. (cont) Excessive hysteresis in 45 retrace (X and Y steep angle retrace O. 7-3 . Calibrate unit per paragraph 5-95. Possible cures: 1. X-axis arm seems to wobble . This control will adjust the phasing nominal source impedance. Phase relationship problem in signal source. b. Adjust R-114 per paragraph 5-97. Replace bearing (paragraph 5-87). j. h. a. Adjust slide rod bearings (paragraph 5-85). i. Adjust slider rod bearing (paragraph 5-85). d. thereby reducing the phase shift. e. d. (Slight vertical wobble at zero end of arm is normal. a. g. h. Replace brushes (paragraph 5-38). a. b. k. Calibrate unit per paragraph 5-95. Pen carriage wheels too loose. Reduce pen speed. a.not rigidly held. Calibration controls (front panel screw driver adj) incorrectly adjusted. b. Decrease retrace pen speed. Phase adjustment (R-114) mis adjusted. i. Bearing in drive train faulty. Faulty neon bulb in photochopper. 6. f.

13. 12. Excessive X-axis gear backlash. ) POSSIBLE CAUSE c. held off commutator. See paragraph 5-40. Motor brushes excessively worn. 7-4 a. Input signal source impedance too high (paragraph 5-92). 7035B TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX (Continued) PROBLEM 8. a.operating on 1 mv/inch (0. f.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 7-1. f. e. R to be 20K or less. Adjust slider rod bearings (paragraph 5-85). Pen carriage wheels too hose. Measure per paragraph 5-78. e. Bearing in drive system faulty. e. Motor brush stuck. d. Adjust pen carriage per paragraph 5-71. Place resistance across input terminals (+ to -). f. Recorder response extremely slow . Bearing in drive train faulty. Unit needs general cleaning and lubrication. b. X-axis moves in jerks. b. Pen carriage wheels set too tight. c. b. Motor brushes excessively worn. X-gear backlash insufficient (too tight). CURE c. a. Tighten drive string (see paragraph 5-67). c.4 mv/cm) range. g. X-axis slider rod bearings too tight. seems to occasionally bind or stick. Replace bearing (paragraph 5-87). X drive belt too tight. Adjust backlash (paragraph 5-83). Clean and lubricate per paragraphs 5-9. Replace bearing. Zero position not repeatable during recorder "set-up" . Motor brush stuck and therefore held off commutator. Excessive friction. 5-12. Insufficient backlash in gears (too tight). e. Replace brushes (see paragraph 5-38). Y-axis moves in jerks. d. g. seems to occasionally bind or stick. Adjust backlash (paragraph 5-69). Measure per paragraph 5-66. Replace brushes (paragraph 5-38). 11. 10. (cont) 9. f. Free-up brush (see paragraph 5-40). c. Adjust backlash (paragraph 5-83). d.motor must not stall. (Prolonged operation in this condition may damage motor or amplifier . a. Pen carriage wobbles causing poor writing. Excessive mechanical friction. Use lower source impedance. Adjust pen carriage wheels per paragraph 5-71. X-axis motor stalls when end of scale stops are hit.using 1 mv/ inch range (0.4 mv/cm). b. 14. No source impedance connected to input. Drive string too loose. . c. d. Adjust (loosen) drive belt (paragraph 5-79). Clean and lubricate per paragraphs 5-9 and 5-12.

Power line voltage too low. a. PROBLEM Y-axis acceleration too slow. Measure tension per paragraph 5-66. See Table 1-1. e. f. b. f. Input signal source impedance too high (1 mv/inch. Measure tension per paragraph 5-78. Bearing in drive train faulty. b.4 mv/cm) range only. (See paragraph 5-87). Replace bulb (aging not required). 0. 18. with Variac). Faulty neon bulb in photochopper. 16. (Pen speed is dependent on line voltage. b. e. f. Excessive differential noise on input signal. See Table 1-1. 7-5 . a. c. Maximum pen speed too slow. Excessive differential noise on input signal. 7035B TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX (Continued) 15. CURE Tighten drive string (see paragraph 5-67). Faulty neon in photochopper. d. d. Clean and lubricate per paragraphs 5-9 and 5-12. a. e. 0. d. d. Faulty neon bulb in photochopper. a. Replace bearing. c. a. Replace bulb (aging not required). c. POSSIBLE CAUSE Drive string too loose. X-axis acceleration too slow. Replace faulty neon (no aging required). 17.e. Input signal source impedance too high (1 mv/inch.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 7-1. Clean and lubricate per paragraphs 5-9 and 5-12. b.. b. Clean and lubricate per paragraphs 5-9 and 5-12. Operating on 115-vol line with voltage selector switch in 230volt position (front panel neon won't light). b.4 mv/cm) range only. a. Measure tension per paragraph 5-66. f. e. Lower source impedance and/or increase amplifier gain (see paragraph 5-92). c. Excessive Y-axis overshoot. d. e. a. f. Excessive friction. Excessive friction. Drive string too loose. Tighten drive belt (paragraph 5-79). e. Bearing in drive train faulty. Bearing in drive train faulty. Replace bearing (see paragraph 5-87). Replace bearing. d. f. c. Increase line voltage (i. Excessive differential noise on input signal. Correct switch position. See Table 1-1. Lower source impedance and/or increase amplifier gain (see paragraph 5-92). Tighten drive string (paragraph 5-67). Excessive friction.) a. Drive belt too loose. c.

a. 22. a. c. Replace with proper value capacitor. . Adjust backlash (paragraph 5-83). Table surface contaminated (see paragraph 5-9). a. Zero pot wiper resistor improper value (R-120). Y-axis won't go full scale (stops short by approximately 1/16 inch to 1/4 inch). Adjust amplifier gain (see paragraph 5-92). b. 24. CR-111 open a. c. Cover with fish-paper (see Figure 5-24). POSSIBLE CAUSE CURE b. b. Increasing value decreases overshoot. a. 26. Tighten drive belt (paragraph 5-79). a. Replace motor per paragraphs 5-34 and 5-35.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 7-1. (cont) Excessive X-axis overshoot. Correct switch position. Connect leads (Figure 5-24). Damping capacitor improper value. b. Paper holddown inoperative. 20. 21. Contact factory. Replace capacitor. parchment or curled film). 23. b. b. hitting stop. Paper holddown weak. Measure per paragraph 5-78. X-axis backlash too loose or too tight. Motor brush tends to "cock" in one direction of rotation and binds in brush holder. Connect lead (Figure 5-24). c.e. Increasing value decreases overshoot. a. Operation on 115-volt line with voltage selector switch in 230 position (front panel neon will not light). Inspect brush. Amplifier gain too low.. Adjust amplifier gain (see paragraph 5-92). 25. c. X-axis produces loud. a. Very erratic operation. Lucite tubes in photochopper uncovered. Motor brush not properly seated to commutator. causing spring to be over-extended. Drive belt too loose. b. b. b. 19. Slewing one axis causes disturbance on other axiis. a. audible noise when moved fast. Servo gain varies erratically. Paper surface too rough. c. b. 7-6 a. b. Amplifier gain too low. One axis runs erratically at high speed in one or both directions. insufficient contact area (i. a. Excessive contact resistance in gain potentiometer R-137 or R-237. Drive string too tight. One of the two table power leads disconnected. Replace per paragraph 5-38 or "run-in" motor to seat brush. Damping capacitor improper value. Replace resistor. Loosen drive string (paragraph 5-67). Replace 27. b. Wash with soap and water (paragraph 5-9). Table power leads disconnected. a. Replace. 7035B TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX (Continued) PROBLEM 18. c.

Recorder dives hard to end of scale. 30. One axis motor will hot respond to input signal. Guard not connected directly to common mode source. c. POSSIBLE CAUSE Bearing in drive train faulty. b. 7-7 . a. CURE Replace bearing (paragraph 5-87). 7035B TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX (Continued) PROBLEM 27. Motor brushes excessively worn. See paragraph 5-39. Free-up brush (see paragraph 5-39). a. 115 volt/230 volt switch in 230 volt position when powered on 115 volts. c. c. will not balance. Recorder dead (Autogrip operates. a. b. Locate and correct cause of blown fuse. Correct by reversing wires on servo motor. c. a. Replace fuse. Faulty slidewire wiper. a. Remove guard strap and connect guard input to source. 32. in Check voltages in neon power supply. Clean and lubricate per paragraphs 5-9 and 5-12.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P TABLE 7-1. Replace brushes (see paragraph 5-38). Phase reversal in servo system (common occurrence during repair work). Motor brush stuck. Guard strap disconnected. held off commutator. Correct switch position. See Table 1-1. e. power neon indicator operates). Check balance circuits fig. c. 29. 31. Open In balance circuit. Excessive friction. power neon indicator inoperative). (Gears and motor mechanically free and electronics providing proper drive signal to motor). (cont) b. Recorder completely dead (Autogrip inoperative. Fuse blown. Common mode rejection poor. a. b. b. Source impedance unbalance too high. a. Motor brushes excessively worn. a. b. b. Fault in neon power supply. c. Replace brushes (see paragraph 5-38). Connect strap. Motor brush stuck. held off commutator. b. 7-3 to locate faulty components. 28. d. Neon bulbs in photochopper not lit. b. Replace wiper (see paragraphs 5-26 and 5-30). d. b. e.

COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION-FRAME 7-8 .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 7-1.

7-9 .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P Figure 7-2.Circuit Board. Component Identification .

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P Figure 7-3. 7-10 . Schematic Model 7035B (D-07035-92550).

make the following changes: Pen Scale . use the following Component ID illustration: 8-5. change the following items: Power Cord. and Panel LH. 8120-1348. 07035-00061.Side . to 07035-00490. Figure 2-1. 07035-62571. 07035-00071.Metric. Front Corner . Front Corner . Serial Prefix Change 1113A-1049A 1048A-1040A 1039A-1025A 1024A-1017A 1016A-926 925-845 844 and Below I I. 8-3. Rear Hood . 8-1 . Rear Hood Assy .LH. DEFINITIONS Page 2-2. 48 Pen Scale Assy . 07035-00061. 0703500071. Rear Corner .Met. II. 07035-62570.Eng. Table 8-1 is a tabular presentation of the serial prefix numbers and the corresponding change numbers. Rear Hood Assy . 07035-62571. Pen Scale . III. Page 1-3. Panel RH. Figure 6-1. II I. 0703460200. Panel Rear. then refer to Table 8-1 and make the appropriate changes to the manual. 07035-62570. Figure 6-2.Front. to 8120-3148. 07035-40040. TABLE 8-1. Figure 1-4. Page 6-11.Met.Met . 0703500071.RH. REQUIREMENTS 8-2. 07035-20150. IV I thru V I thru VI I thru VII CHANGE I Page 6-6. Panel . change J-601 part no. Figure 7-2. Spare Parts. Panel . Panel . Rear Hood Assy . Page 7-9. Rear Corner . Page 6-3. To adapt this manual to the instrument on hand. II. This section provides information on serial prefixes below 845. COLOR SCHEME. 07034-60210. Table 6-2. 07035-40021.Eng. SERIAL PREFIX/CHANGE NUMBER REFERENCES 8-4.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION VIII BACKDATING 8-1. 07035-40030.Stnd. 07035-00061. Table 6-1. change Rack Mount Brackets part no. determine the serial prefix of the instrument.LH. III I. change trim to Light Gray. 07034-60210 and Pen Scale Assy .RH & LH. items 47 and 48 part no. 07034-60320.07034-60200 Page 6-9.Front and Rear.RH.Eng. Pen Arm.'s are: 47 Block.

CIRCUIT BOARD 8-2 . COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P FIGURE 8-1.

0. Table 6-1. change J601 and P601 to read: J601 8120-0078 Power Cord 0903 Belden KH-4147 P601 12 51-0148 Connector. Table 6-1.750 1400-0085 Holder . 2A 250v 75915 Littlefuse 312. 8-8. Table 6-1. change S601 to read: S601 3101-0033 Page 6-6.75A. AC Power 87930 Tower Mfg 1065-1 Switch. All photos and illustrations of Front Panel will appear as shown: FIGURE 8-2. change Power Cord to read: 8120-0078 8-3 .MODEL 7035B AND 7035B-001 Delete IEC from Rear Connector. CHANGE III 8-9. CHANGE II 8-7. Slide (Power Conversion) 79727 Continental 6510C Power Cord 70903 Belden Corp KHS-7041 Page 6-5. Table 6-2. IEC.Fuse 75915 Littlefuse 342004 Page 6-3. CONTROL PANELS . Page. change DS601 and F601 to read: DS601 1450-0123 Indicator Light 08717 Sloan 859-R-6 F601 2110-0063 Fuse. IEC.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P 8-6. Page 6-3.

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P
Page 6-7, Table 6-3, change DS 601 and F601 to read:
DS601

1450-0123

Indicator Light

08717
Sloan

859-R-6

F601

2110-0063

Fuse, 0.75A, 2A 250V

75915
Littlefuse

312.750

1400-0085

Holder -Fuse

75915
Littlefuse

342004

Page 7-9, Figure 7-3, make the following change to the schematic:

FIGURE 8-3. IEC POWER CONNECTION
Shielded 4-conductor cable and 3 additional color coded wires (white/blue, black and yellow) are replaced by a
shielded 7-conductor cable assembly. Pre-IEC receptacle for ac power connector also used.
8-10.

mating connector, appropriate graph paper, power cord (7.5 ft),
rack mounting brackets, dust cover, instruction manual.

CHANGE IV

8-11.
CARRIAGE ARM. Page 6-11, Figure 6-2, Legend,
delete, item 29, delete part no. for terminal
8-12.

Page 3-4, paragraph 3-34, 3-35, and Figure 3-3, replace with:
3-34.

CHANGE V

8-13.
PEN ASSEMBLY. Page 1-4, Table 1-2, should
include the following: Slidewire cleaner, slidewire lubricant, 2
pens, 1 btl green ink, 1 btl red ink, ink filling, syringe, rear

3-35.
Use a hypodermic syringe; fill reservoir just
short of full. Force ink into the pen tip by fully
inserting the syringe into the filler opening and
squeeze gently. See Figure 8-4.

FIGURE 8-4. FILLING INK PEN

8-4

INSTALL AN INK PEN

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P
Page 4-1, add new paragraphs 4-6A and 4-6B to read:
4-6A.

ink stops flowing. Pen assemblies should be cleaned
thoroughly every two to four weeks. Clean by soaking
in alcohol or hot water. Clogging during operation
may be cleared by one or more of the following steps:

PEN SYSTEM

4-6B.
The pen assembly consists of a drum type
reservoir resting in a pivot mount which moves along
the carriage arm. A rigid capillary tube feedline leads
from the reservoir to the pen point. Because of the
capillary process, rack mounted (vertical) models
write equally well as the table models. The pen
should never be allowed to run dry.

a. Using the furnished syringe, apply air pressure to
the reservoir's ink filler hole.
b. Soak pen assembly in alcohol or hot water.
c. Internally clean tip by inserting the stiff wire
supplied in accessory kit.
d. Prior to extended storage, flush and clean pen.

Page 5-3, add new paragraphs 5-18A and 5-18B to read:
5-18A.

CAUTION

PEN MAINTENANCE

5-18B. Pen writing failures may be caused by dried
ink, sediment, air bubbles in feed line, or general
neglect. Dirt and ink sediment cause the most
difficulty. Dried ink forms brittle crust particles which,
together with dirt, build up in the supply line until the
17999-09423
9260-0128
9260-0127
9270-1006
9270-1007
9270-1023
9270-1027
07035-80630
07035-81030
5950-2587

Care must be taken not to touch pen
tip with fingers or any greasy
substance.

Page 6-6, Table 6-2, Mechanical, Electric, add 17999-15126,
Pen Cleaning Wire, H-P, 17999-15126.
Page 6-6, Table 6-2, Accessory Kit, Paper, Ink, change to read
as follows:

Syringe (Pen filler)
Ink, Red
Ink, Blue

H-P

17999-09473

Chart Paper, Standard (heavy)
Chart Paper, Standard (light)
Chart Paper, Metric (heavy)

Gubelman
Gubelman
Gubelman

H-10070/A
L-10070/A

Chart Paper, Metric (light)
Pen Assy
Pen Accessory Kit

Gubelman
H-P
H-P

07035-80630
07035-81030

Maintenance brochure

H-P

5950-2587

H-P
H-P

07035-60140
07035-60120

H-P

07035-80630

Page 6-7, Table 6-3, Spare Parts, change K401 to:
07035-60140
07035-60120

Solenoid, Pen Lift
Plunger Assy, Solenoid

Page 6-7, Table 6-3, Spare Parts, delete Pen Holder, add:
07035-80630

Pen Assembly

Page 6-10, Figure 6-2 (Illustration) is changed as shown in Figure 8-5.
Page 6-11, Figure 6-2 (Legend) make the following changes:
12
47
48
54

14600722
07035-41820
0703560185
07035-60186
07035-60250
07035-61120
07035-60070

56
58

07035-61410
07035-60140

60
61

07035-62210
07035-80630

Spring, Pen Lift
Block, Pen Arm
Pen Scale Assy - Blank Scale
Pen Scale Assy - English Scale
Pen Scale Assy - Metric Scale
Pen Holder Assy (all Serial Prefixes
before 803)
Pen Holder Assy (Serial Prefix 803 and
later without disposable pen)
Pen Lift Assy
Solenoid Assy (Below S/P 826 requires
index point 07005-00730)
Plunger, Solenoid Assy
Pen Assy

Superior Spring
H-P
H-P
H-P
H-P
H-P
H-P
H-P
H-P
H-P
H-P

8-5

TM 11-6625-2850-14&P

FIGURE 8-5. EXPLODED VIEW - CARRIAGE ARM

8-6

ENGLISH 07035-60181. change item 48 to read: 48 0035-60180 Pen Scale Assy . change PEN SCALE part no. new item 33 to read: 33. 8-14. Pen won't write a. 1/8W Page 7-9. See paragraph 5-18B.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P Page 6-9. COLOR SCHEME. Figure 6-1. Pen reservoir empty. change the following: PEN SCALE BLANK 07035-60180.71k.'s to: BLANK 07035-60185 ENGLISH 07035-60186 METRIC 07035-60250 Page 7-7. Figure 1-4. change trim to aluminum. METRIC 07035-60182 REAR HOOD ASSY ENGLISH 07035-60020. METRIC 07035-60021 8-7(8-8 blank) . Figure 7-3. Table 7-1. Page 6-5. Table 6-1. Page 1-3.71k 1%.). CHANGE VII 8-17.Blank 07035-60181 Pen Scale Assy . b. X AXIS BLOCK. CEA T-2. CHANGE VI 8-15.Metric Page 6-9. Figure 6-2 (Legend). 1. change R-225 to: R-225 0698-3250 Resistor.English 07035-60182 Pen Scale Assy . Fill with ink (See Figure 3-3. 8-16. change value of R225 to 1. Figure 6-1. Int'l Resist. Page 6-11. Mtl Flm. Pen tip clogged. X CAL. a. b.

A-1/(A-2 blank) .TM 11-6625-2850-14&P APPENDIX A REFERENCES DA Pam 310-4 TM 38-750 TM 750-244-2 Index of Technical Publications. The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS). Procedures for Destruction of Electronics Materiel to Prevent Enemy Use (Electronics Command).

B-3. Rebuild is the highest degree of materiel maintenance applied to Army equipment. or resurfacing) to restore serviceability to an item by correcting specific damage.. h. Group Number. remachining. module (component or assembly) in a manner to allow the proper functioning of the equipment or system. Consists of comparisons of two instruments. lubricants. by bringing into proper or exact position. Align. To verify serviceability and to detect incipient failure by measuring the mechanical or electrical characteristics of an item and comparing those characteristics with prescribed standards. or to replenish fuel. Service. Maintenance Function Maintenance functions will be limited to and defined flows: a. service. test. subassemblies. Maintenance Functions. It authorizes categories of maintenance for specific maintenance functions on repairable items and components and the tools and equipment required to perform each function. f. The rebuild operation includes the act of returning to zero those age measurements (hours. and modules with the next higher assembly. i. facing. This appendix may be used as an aid in planning maintenance operations. seating. Rebuild. Test. Overhaul. malfunction. or system. module (component or assembly). Consists of those services/actions necessary for the restoration of unserviceable equipment to a like new condition in accordance with original manufacturing standards.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P APPENDIX B MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION Section I. Install. or module (component or assembly) for an unserviceable counterpart. Overhaul is normally the highest degree of maintenance performed by the Army.) considered in classifying Army equipments/components. Column 2 contains the noun names of components. subassemblies. fault. To determine and cause corrections to be made or to be adjusted on instruments or test measuring and diagnostic equipments used in precision measurement. Column 3. calibrate. When items are listed without maintenance functions. DMWR) in appropriate technical publications.e. The act of emplacing. g. Operations required periodically to keep an item in proper operating condition. The application of maintenance services (inspect. B-2. end item. subassembly. Column 1. to drain. to paint. to clean (decontaminate). e. or by setting the operating characteristics to the specified parameters. General This appendix provides a summary of the maintenance operations for the RO-458(V)1/U. To determine the serviceability of an item by comparing its physical. d. align. j. Calibrate. replace) or other maintenance actions (welding. Column 2. mechanical. etc. The act of substituting a serviceable like type part. to detect and adjust any discrepancy in the accuracy of the instrument being compared. subassembly. c. straightening. or failure in a part. c. Replace. Column Entries a. riveting. one of which is a certified standard of known accuracy. or compressed air supplies. and/or electrical characteristics with established standards through examination. assemblies. To adjust specified variable elements of an item to bring about optimum or desired performance.e. hydraulic fluids. or fixing into position an item. b. it is solely for purpose of having the group numbers in the MAC and RPSTL coincide. Inspect. k. i. Component/Assembly. assemblies. within prescribed limits. Repair. To maintain. Adjust. INTRODUCTION B-1.. Overhaul does not normally return an item to lie new condition. adjust. grinding. b. the purpose of which is to identify components. B-1 . Column 3 lists the functions to be performed on the item listed in column 2. to preserve. and modules for which maintenance is authorized. That maintenance effort (service/action) necessary to restore an item to a completely serviceable/operational condition as prescribed by maintenance standards (i. Column 1 lists group numbers. part. miles.

B-4. If the number or complexity of the tasks within the listed maintenance function vary at different maintenance categories. Nomenclature. f. Tool Number. The numbers in this column coincide with the numbers used in the tools and equipment column of the MAC. c. and support equipment required to perform the designated function. Column 5. and quality assurance/quality control time in addition to the time required to perform the specific tasks identified for the maintenance functions authorized in the maintenance allocation chart. Column 4 specifies. e. Column 6 contains an alphabetic code which leads to the remark in section IV. subassembly. Maintenance Category. Tool and Test Equipment Requirements (Sect. Reference Code. the lowest level of maintenance authorized to perform the function listed in column 3. Tools and Equipment. Subcolumns of column 4 are as follows: C-Operator/Crew 0-Organizational F-Direct Support H-General Support D-Depot e. This column lists the National/NATO stock number of the specific tool or test equipment. troubleshooting time. This column provides the required explanatory information necessary to clarify items appearing in section II. This column lists the manufacturer's part number of the tool followed by the Federal Supply Code for manufacturers (5-digit) in parentheses. which is pertinent to the Item opposite the particular code. column 6. This code refers to the appropriate item in section II. Tool or Test Equipment Reference Code. (Next printed page is B-5) B-2 . test. The codes in this column indicate the maintenance category allocated the tool or test equipment. Column 6. by the listing of a "work time" figure in the appropriate subcolumn(s). Remarks. b. b. National/NATO Stock Number. end Item or system) to a serviceable condition under typical field operating conditions. This column lists the noun name and nomenclature of the tools and test equipment required to perform the maintenance functions. Remarks. The numbers indicate the applicable tool or test equipment for the maintenance functions. III) a. d.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P d. Column 5 specifies by code those common tool sets (not individual tools) and special tools. Column 4. Remarks. module. B-5. appropriate "work time" figures will be shown for each category. component. The number of task-hours specified by the "work time" figure represents the average time required to restore an item (assembly. Remarks (Sect. This time includes preparation time. IV) a. This figure represents the active time required to perform that maintenance function at the indicated category of maintenance. Maintenance Category.

4 thru 6 1.4 thru A A B C D E E B-5 .3 0.4 0.6 5.2 0.4 thru 6 1. REMARKS 5.3.5 0.4 thru 6 5.5 2.3.3 0.2 0.6 5.0 (5) (6) TOOLS AND EQPT.2.5.3.6 1.3.6 5.6 5.6 1.5 0.2.2.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION II MAINTENANCE ALLOCATION CHART FOR RECORDER R0-458(V)1/U (HP MODEL 70358) (1) (2) GROUP NUMBER COMPONENT/ASSEMBLY 0 RECORDER R-458(V)1/U (HP MODEL 7035B) (3) (4) MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE CATEGORY FUNCTION C O F H D Inspect Test Test Service Adjust Align 0.3.3 0.4 Calibrate Replace Repair Repair Overhaul 0.6 1.2.

H. F. D F. D NOMENCLATURE DC VOLTAGE STANDARD ME-161/U FUNCTION GENERATOR HP 330A DC VOLTMETER AN/USM-77 LOW FREQUENCY FUNCTION GENERATOR AN/URM181 TOOL KIT. D 5 6 O. H.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION III TOOL AND TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR RECORDER R0-458(V)1/U TOOL OR TEST EQUIPMENT REF CODE B-6 MAINTENANCE CATEGORY 1 2 3 4 F. D O. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT TK-100/G TOOL KIT. H. D F. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT TK-105/G NATIONAL/NATO STOCK NUMBER 6625-00-131-3765 6625-00-466-0586 6625-00-969-4105 6625-00-983-6712 5180-00-605-0079 5180-00-610-8177 TOOL NUMBER . F. H. D F. H. H.

REMARKS REFERENCE CODE A B C D E REMARKS ROUTINE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS AND OPERATIONAL TEST. ALL MECHANICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS. B-7(B-8 blank) . DETAILED TESTING. LIMITED TO PENS AND PEN CARRIAGE DRIVE CORDS.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P SECTION IV. LIMITED TO REPAIR OF PEN CARRIAGE DRIVE CORDS.

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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1993 . MEYER General.TM 11-6625-2850-14&P By Order of the Secretary of the Army: E. United States Army Chief of Staff Official: ROBERT M.342-421/61960 . JOYCE Brigadier General. ¶ U. S. C. United States Army The Adjutant General Distribution: To be distributed in accordance with Special List.

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