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APR 1974 @i .214 Service ( T A B L E F C O N T E N T Sc o n t ) O S E CT IO 4 N C AL IB R A T IO N General Test EquipmentRequired SpecialCalibrationFixtures PreliminaryProcedure Preliminary Control Settings PowerSupply and Display CheckPowerSupply DC Levels Adjust CRT Grid Bias Adjust FOCUS Adjust TraceRotation Adjust StorageOperatingLevel Adjust Wall Band Level Adjust EnhanceLevel Adjust Hum Balance Vertical System Adjust Vertical DC Gentering Adjust Channel1 Step Attenuator Balance Adjust Channel2 Step Attenuator Balance Adjust Vertical Gain Adjust Storage Vertical Gain CheckGhannel VariableVolt/Division Range 2 CheckChannel2 Volts/DivisionAccuracy Check lnput GouplingSwitches CheckCH 1 Volts/DivisionAccuracyand VariableVolts/DivisionRange GheckChannel1 Volts/Div Gompensation GheckChannel2 Volts/Div Compensation CheckVertical Amplifier Bandwidth TriggerCircuit Adjust AUTO PRESETLevel GheckTriggerCircuit Operation CheckSingleSweepOperation Horizontal System Adjust HorizontalCentering Adjust HorizontalGain Adjust SweepCalibration CheckVariableHorizontalMagnifierRange CheckSEC/DlV Accuracy 4-10 4-10 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-13 4-13 4-13 4-15 4-15 4-15 4-15 4-16 4-16 Page 4-1 4-1 4-1 4-3 4-3 4-4 4-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-7 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-8 4-9 4-9 4-9 4-9 4-10 o: I I I I I I ll I I I I I I o: REV.

214 Service fr I I I I I I T A B L EO F C O N T E N T ( c o n t ) S SE C T ION5 T R O U BL E SH O OTIN A ID S G DiagramInformation GomponentColor Coding Troubleshooting ipment Equ SECTION 6 CIRCUT DESCRIPTION I Block DiagramDescription Circuit Operation Vertical I nput Amplifiers Vertical and HorizontalOutput Amplifiers Trigger Generator SweepGenerator SingleSweep Storage PowerSupply CRT Circuit Page 5-1 5-1 5-1 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-9 lo I I I I I I SE C T ION 7 D E L ET E D (IN F O R M AT IONN OW IN C OR P OR A TE D S E C TION 3I IN SE C T ION 8 E L EC T R IC AL R TSLIS T PA OP T IO N IN F OR M AT ION S EC T IO N 9 D IA G R AMSAN D C IR C U ITB OA R D ILLU S TR A TION S SE C T ION 0 ME C H AN IC A L R TSLIS T 1 PA C H A N G EI N F O R M A T I O N :o t REV. ocr.re75 c. I .

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\reep rates..Extends maximum deflection factor to at least125 volts/division.'#. I t The horizontal deflection system provides calibrated rates from 500 milliseconds five microseconds/ s1. 2 Channel supplies the vertical deflection the applied(Y) signal.The internal batteriesare recharged from the AC power line by the integralbattery (with the instrument charger OFF). 'j.Thesecharacteristicsapply over an ambient temperature range of -15oC to + 55oC (+ 5" F to + 131" F) w hen oper at ingr om f the internalbatteries.\reep to division. Uncalibrated(variable) Range: Continuouslyvariable between calibratedsettings. Uncalibrated$. via a variable$/eep magnifier. Single-trace operationis achieved turning off either by channel with its positioncontrol. are available at leastfive times the indicated to rate for a maximum of at least one microsecond/ sliveep division.Ji: I O iffi . I The 214 is operated eitherfrom AC line voltage from or internal rechargeable batteries. OoC +40"C (+32"F to +104"F) and to when operatingfrom an AC line source. to and other extremes associated with portability. f. of 1 mV/DlV: DC to at least100 kilohertz. AC (capacitively) Coupled: About two hertz at all deflectionfactors. with a range from less than one millivolt to 50 volts/division(at a reduced bandwidthof 50 kilohertz). 15 stepsin a 1-2-5sequence. T h e i n s trument i s mechanically constructed withstandthe shock. I The cathode-ray tube (CRT) is a direct-viewbistable Storagetube having a 6 X 10 division graticule (each d i v is ion equals 2 0 3i n c h ). IN P U TR E S IS TA N C E : w One megohm.I Section 1-214 Service fo t I I I I I I f - INTRODUCTION G E N E R A LN F O R M A T I O N I will meetthe followingelectrical This instrument characteristics after complete instrumentcalibration. Warmuptime for givenaccuracies five minutes. 100 mV /D l V to 50 V/DlV: Approximately 140 picofarads.Single Sweep operationis sixdivisionreference): BANDWIDTH(using 10 mV/DlV to 50 V/DlV: DC to at least500 kilohertz.alongwith conventi o nal ( NO NS T OR E) o p e ra ti o n .^'J?lf :xl. 5 mV/DlV: DC to at least400 kilohertz.Stored Automatic Enhance occurs (in the Single Sweepmode) at sl. 0. @ 1-1 . depending upon the srueep rate. Accuracy:Within 5% with VAR VOLTS/DlV control in CAL position and gain correctly set at five millivolts/ di vi si on. SPECIFICATIONS Vertical DeflectionSystem DEFLECTION ACTOR: F Calibrated Range: One millivolt to 50 volts/division. I I I I . I N P U TC A P A C I T A N C E : 1 mV /D l V to 50 mV /D l V : A pproxi mately160 picofarads. I I I I X-Y operationis providedwith Channel supplying 1 the horizontaldeflectionof the applied(X) signal. The Tektronix 214 Storage Oscilloscope a solid-state is portable instrument that combinessmall size and light weight with the ability to make precision waveform measurements. .eeprates 0.The 214 will either of the integralhigh-impedance automaticallychop or alternate.1 millisecond/division of and faster. The dual-channel DC-to-500kilohertz vertical system providesverticaldeflection factors from one millivolt (at a reducedbandwidth) to 50 volts/division the tip of either at probes. exceptasotherwise is indicated. i thi n 5% .. ?l:ffJ ffi of verticalfrequencyresponse. Lower Bandwidth Limit.. 2 mV/DlV: DC to at least 200 kilohertz. is designed lt for general-purpose applications where display storageis desired.ff i::lil"J ?1.vibration..H".

one m icrosecond/d A L T E R N A T EM O D E :F r o m 1 m V D I V t o 5 p s l D l V o f t i m e rate.5 microsecond correctly set at 1 mVDIV (disregard length). 50 m V / DlV t o 1 m V/D l V : 6 0 0 v o l ts (D C + peakA C ). External:At leastone volt from DC to 500 kilohertz. I nput Capacitance: Maximum UsableInput Voltage: Eightvolts (DC + peak or AC). I C H 1 H O R I Z O N T A LN P U T : C G A I N A C C U R A C YB E T W E E N H A N N E L S :W i t h i n 5 % with both VAR VOLTS/DIV controlsin CAL positionand gaincorrectlysetat 5 mV/DlV. Approximately30 picofarads." $i. I N P U T I M P E D A N C EM A T C H I N G : M a t c h e dt o w i t h i n 1Oo/o.5 m i c ro s e c o no r l e s sa t 500 ki l od hertz. AC not over nruokiloherlz or risetimenot lessthan 100 nanoseconds. t I Triggering than 3o to five kilohertz.Introducti on-21 4 Service M A X I M U MU S A B L EI N P U TV O L T A G E : 50 V / DlV t o 0. DeflectionFactor:One millivolt to 50 volts/ Calibrated division. same stated as Sensitivity above. ol t I I I Display L GRATICUE: B Type: Internal l ackl i ne.' ?ily i: :$ t 1974 B. 600 AC or volts peak-to-peak (five megahertz less). 0. Within 5% with Accuracy (over center eight divisions): V A R H OR IZ MA G control i n C A L posi ti o nand t im ing first 0.) Maximum f loating potential between input common and 214 caseexterior is not to exceed500 or volts RMSsinusoidal 700 volts (DC + peakAC). Area: Six divisionsverticalby 10 divisionshorizontal. 16 volts peak-to-peak (onemegahertz less). stepsin 1-2-5sequence. 2 d i v i s i o n m D C to 5 0 0 k i l o h e rtz.2 divisionfrom 2 hertzto 500 kilohertz. in DI S P LA Y J I T T E R : 0 . REV. o: I I I I M C H O P P E D O D E : F r o m5 0 0 m V D I V t o 2 m s / D l Vo f t i m e 40 rateat approximately kilohertz. betweencalivariable VariableMagnifier. of wveep divisionportion within centereight Linearity (any trruo first lOo/o total srueep of divisions):Within 5% (disregard l ength). (usingVAR Variable:At leastfive times magnification H O R I ZM A G } (w A ccuracy: W i thi n 1O% o i th V A R H ORI Z M AG in CAL). Stored Writing Speed At At least80 divisions/millisecond. least500 divisions/ (i mi l l i second A utomati cE nhance nternal adjust m ent ) .H =#ff:ä.Extends maximum svveep ivision.' ?li.ff I. lsolation IO f N P U T C OMMON TO 214 C A S E E X TE R R: ( When battery operated with AC power plug secured in the insulated cover.203i nch.Continuously rate to at least brated settings.1 V /D l V: 6 0 0 v o l ts(D C+ p e a kA C ). S Maxi mumInput V ol tage: ameasfor C H 1 (ver t ical) . AUG. Less X-Y Phasing: TRIGGER ENSITIVITY: S I nt er nal: fro CO M P :0.non-i l l umi nated .:"$f. equal s E achdi vi si on PR E S E TT RI G G E R L EV EL : T ri g g e re d t p re s etl evelon a positiveslopeof triggering signal. Horizontal Deflection System R SWEEP ATE: Calibrated Range: 500 millisecondsto five micro16 seconds/division. t I I EXTERNAL RIGGER: T lnput Resistance: Approximately one megohm.:?. I 1-2 . CH 2: 0. AC o Jläl.

5 volt.5 hours.5 to five hours. L I N E V O L T A G ER A N G E : can not be Stored Mode: 110 to 126 volts AC. Instrument of operatd without resultingdischarge internal batteries. Avoid operating this instrument from sguare-waveinverter supplies.Longest provided lower traceintensity. ni A B A TTE R IE S :10 rechargeabl esi ze. C H A R GE TIME (from A C l i ne): 8 hours fo r f ull char ge (instrumentoff during chargecycle). operating time STORE Mode: 2. can be NonstoreMode: 104 to 126 voltsAC. P OW E R (B A TTE R Y ) IN D IC A TOR : W hen ext inguished life five minutes scope operating of approximately indicates left in the batteries.I I : I O AC Operation plus sinusoidal L4 times AC linevoltage (DC+ peak the .Longest at time provided lower traceintensity. Batteries chargedduring AC operation. or AC)is not to exceed volts 350 Introd ucti on -21 4 Service InternalBatteryOperation cells. lo I t I t I I I ChargeTemperature TABLE1-1 Temperature Operating _lsoc (+soF) 4OYo 65Vo 40o/o +20"Gto +30"c (+69"Fto +86oF) 6OYo 100% 650/o +55oC(+131oF) SOYo 85Yo 55Yo ooc (+32"F) +20"c to +sgog (+68oFto +86oF) + 40oc ( + 1 0 4 " F ) lo R E V . NOTE Refer to Option and Maintenance information for other Line Voltagesand Frequencies. Instrumentcan be operated of between 104 and 110 volts with resultingslow discharge internalbatteries. ckel -cadm ium I I t I I I Due to the capacitive line input circuit.+0. or other sources that produce large voltage transients. Tabl e1-1 to Lf NE F RE O UE N C Y:5 8 6 2 h e rtz . MAXIMUM POWERCONSUMPTION: Threewatts or less at 126 volts.5 to 3. . 60 hertz. sudden voltage changes may cauffi damaging input current transients.C . P D B A T T E R Y E X C E S S I V E I S C H A R G E R O T E C T I O NI:n when battery interrupted strumentoperationautomatically dropsto 10 volts. 1 9 7 6 1-3 . charge TIME (at maxi mumtraceint ensit y TY P IC A LOP E R A TIN G cycleat +20oCto +30oC): after full charge operating NONSTOREMode: 3. at to TYPICAL CHARGE CAPACITY (in reference charge/ dischargeat +20oC to +30"C or *68oF to +86oF) St. A P R .

5 inches(24. +131"F) Operating from AC Line.1 centimeters) I I I I I I ol I I I I I I ot 14 @ t .0 inches(7.000 feet (maximum operatingtemperaturedecreased loC per 1. one-half sine. eachdirection O : I Physical 3.25 inches Depth: 9.000 feet above 15. two millisecond duration shocksat 150 alongmajor axes.6 centimeters) (13. to f Humidity (operating and non-operating): ive cycle.ätJ: Tested with nruo Shock (operatingand non-operating): g.. 50.'r1rl''. Non-Operating. A lt it ude: Operating.I ntroducti on-214 Service Environmental Temperature: -15"C to +55oC (+5oFto Operatingfrom Batteries. 0"C to +40oC (+32oF to +104"F) -40"C to +ggog (-40"F to +140"F) Non-Operating.000 by feetl.2centimeters) Width: 5.5 WEIGHT (without accessories): pounds(1.6 kilograms) (measured maximumpoints): at DIMENSIONS Height.000 feet.3. I to humiditv rererence in relative e'o/o l.to 25.

lo I I I I I I Front PanelControls NOTE After sustained use (30 min or more) of the instru' ment in the Store mode with nothing written. READY Light-indicates sweep has been reset and a singledisplaywill be presented upon receiptof an adequate triggersignal. After a sweep is displayed.further until the RESET button is sweepscannot be presented pressed.a RESET-when pressed after correct triggering.A UG . life low and about five minutesof operating remains. single display will be presented After the sweepis completed. B R E V . that when pushed erases Storeddisplayfrom the CRT. the in STORE-when pressed. . the CRT operatesin the N . This procedure may be repeated to refredt the target in applications reguiring maximum stored writing rate. A bri€f descriptionof each control and connector is given here. the writing speed may be reduced. lt may be improved by leaving the CRT target fully stored for five to ten minutes. When light extinguishes.I :O AND CONNECTORS Section 2-214 Service FUNCTIONOF CONTROLS S I I I I I I Controls and connectorsnecessary operation of the 214 are locatedon the front panel and on the right side pansl of for the instrument. CRT operates the Storage mode. SINGLE SWP-whenpressed.the RESET button must be pressed againbeforeanothersweepcan be displayed. lo I POWER (BATTERY)-red light to indicate when the is batterycharge instrumentis on. a and released t VOLTS/DlV-selectsthe verticaldeflectionfactor in a 1-2-5 sequence(verticalVARiable must be in the CAL positionfor indicated deflection). ON S TOR Emode.197 4 2-1 . With the button out. ERASE-momentarycontact switch. conventi onal . sweepoperates the the in Single Sweep mode. and in the SingleSweepmode.

adiustmentto obtain a welldefined FOCUS-screwdriver display. the sweep is to triggeredon the positivegoingslopeof the triggersignal. t I I I I I I VAR HORIZ MAc-provides continuously variable sweep magnificationto a maximum of at least five times the weep rate indicatedby the SEC/DIV sruitch. TRIG SOURCE-selects sourceof the triggersignal. VERT GAIN-screwdriver adjustmentto set the gain of the entire verticalsystem. Does not when the currentto the internalbatteries interrupt charging to instrumentis connected an AC line voltage. STEP ATTEN BAL-screwdriver adjustmentto balance the vertical systemfor minimum trace shift when changing deflectionfactors.Functionsof Controls and Connectory2l4 Service o: Side PanelControlsand Gonnectors INPUT COUPLING-selects method usedto couplethe channelinput signalto the verticalamplifiersystem. applied the EXT TRIG banana to SEC/Dlv-selects the sweeprate (VAR HORIZ MAG must be in CAL detent for indicatedsweeprate). Detentturns the channelOFF. the srueep automaticallytriggered a presetlevel on the positive{oing slope. on the negative€oing LEVEL/SLOPE control is set to the AUTO PRESET at is detent. PRESETtriggerpoint for AUTO sl. CH 2-sweep is triggeredfrom an AC-coupled sample of the CH 2 vertical signalbefore the verticalswitching. HORIZ GA|N-screwdriveradiustmentto set the basic gain of the horizontalsystem.When the the right of center. common ground EXT TRIG-banana iack to establish and the external signalsourceor equipbetween the 214 ment undertest. LEVEL/SLOPE-selectsthe amplitude point and slope When of the trigger signalon which the sweepis triggered.\reep Horizontal POS-controlsthe horizontal position of the trace. I I I I I I ^ U I I Vertical POS-controls the vertical position of the appropriate trace. the indicator dot is to the left or center. Low frequency limit {-3 dB point} is about 2hertz. of INTENs|TY-controlsbrightness the CRT display. the sample COMP-sweepis triggeredfrom a DC-coupled of the verticalsignalafter the verticalswitching. VAR VOLTS/DlV-provides a continuously variable deflection factor between the calibrated settings of the VOLTS/DIV switch. slope. SWPCAl-screwdriver adiustmentto providecalibrated svveep timing. AC-DC component of input signalis blocked. to DC-all componentsof the input signalare passed the verticalamplifiersystem. AUTO PREsET-screwdriver adiustment to set the operation. The applied signal is connectedto ground through a path for the large valve resistorto provide a precharge AC input couplingcapacitor. POwER-controls power to the instrument. EXT-sweep is triggeredfrom the DC-coupled signal jack. GND-vertical amplifier inpüt circuit is grounded. or 2-2 @ .

4.Loosedust accumulated on these coverscan be removedwith a soft cloth or small brush. N O V . When performed on a regular basis. Too-high beam intensity may permanently damage CRT screen. or of t I I IO I I I I I I I PREVENTIVE AINTENANCE M General Preventive maintenanceconsists of cleaning. particularly when usingslow sweep rates. of VisualInspection The 214 should be inspected occasionallyfor such defects as broken connections. This section of the manual contains maintenance information for use in preventive maintenance.I Section 3-214 Service _o I I I I Introduction 3 sEcil0N MAITUTEIUANGE Lubrication Generally.improperly seatedtransistors.preventivemaintenance can prevent instrument breakdownand may improvethe reliability of this instrument. visual inspection. The best way to cleanthe interior is to blow off the accumulateddust with dry. low-velocityair. sodium hydroxide. lubrication. etc. Tektronix Part No. or sulfuric acid. 006-2574-00). particular care must be taken if heatdamaged componentsare found.and heat damagedparts. Avoid chemicals which contain hydrochloric acid. 2. X-Y displays.there are no componentsin the 214 that require lubrication.Abrasive cleaners should not be used.Dirt that remains can be removedwith a soft cloth dampenedin a mild detergent and water solution. Overheating usually indicates other trouble in the instrument. lo I Cleaning the interior shouldonly be occasionally necessary. The reliability of potentiometers that are not permanently sealedcan be maintainedby lubrication with a lubricant that does not affect electrical characteristics (e. Avoid repeateduse of the sameareaof the screen. damagedcircuit boards.C .9. Care must be taken in the degreeof writing-beam intensity that is used. No lubrication should be used on the contacts or rotary parts of the rotary switches. corrective maintenance.the following precautionsshould be observedwhen operating this instrument: 1. however.or the STORE mode. R E V . A soft-bristle brush or a cotton-tippedapplicatoris usefulfor eleaning in narrow spaces for cleaning or more delicatecomponents. 3.correctingthe cause of the overheatingis important to prevent recurrence the of damage. The severity of environment to which the 214 is subjectedwill determinethe frequency of maintenance. lf a particular display is being Stored repeatedly. changethe vertical position occasionally use other portions of the to displayarea.therefore..Accumulationof dirt in the instrument can cause componentbreakdown. CRT Care To prolong the useful life of the Storagescreen. A convenient time to perform preventive maintenance preceding is recalibration the instrument. Operatein the NONSTOREmode unlessStorage is required. troubleshooting the 214. CAUT'ON Avoid the use of chemical cleaning agents which might damage the plastics used in this instrument.The brush is also usefulfor dislodging dirt on and aroundthe exteriorcontrols.Do not over-lubricate. plasticcoversprovideprotectionagainst The high-impact dust in the interior of the instrument. 1 9 7 7 3-1 . the Cleaning The 214 should be cleaned as often as operating conditionsrequire.The corrective procedure for most visible defects is apparent. Do not leavea Storeddisplayon the screen when it is no longerneeded.

Remove the five screwsin the bottom cover of the the bottom coverfrom instrument. See Fig. of everysix months if usedinfrequently. recalibration. NOTE The arrows on the probe wrap indicate the proper direction to wrap the probes and power cord. or minor troublesmay be revealed correctedby some cases.In addition.ce Maintenance-21 4 Servi Recalibration I nformation check the calibration To ensureaccuratemeasurements.See Fig.A P R 1 9 7 4 .The Power Supply (A-3) circuit board. 3-1. Proper method for wrapping probes. both probe cordsand the power cord from the instrument's probewrap at the rearof the214.3-1. 3-2. Separate the instrumentand lay it aside. or @i t 3-2 R E V . or this instrumentafter each 1000 hours of operation.replacerecalibrationof the ment of componentsmay necessitate affected circuits.d pivoted out of the way. Most of the internal workings of for are the instrument now accessible maintenance. o: I I I I I I OI I I I I I I I nstructions Disassembly unwind to To gain access the interiorof the instrument. The calibrationprocedurecan also be In helpful in localizingcertaintroublesin the instrument.can be lifted up an. and the batteries. I C Y E L L O W R O U N D L I PI S G F HE B P O S I T I O N E D R E E F O R EI N A L W R A P F T H EP R O B E O Fig.

bl TROUBLESHOOTING Introduction The following information is provided to facilitate troubleshootingthe 214 Information contained in other sectaons this manual should be used along with the of following information to aid . 3 . See the Circuit Descriptionsectionfor more information.2 .*'J#:träJi:1":nJ:Hl the Input circuit board and. Next. An understanding the circuit operation is very helpful in locating troubles. Inc.in locating the defective of component. F o r c a l i b r a t i o n o r t r o u b l e s h o o t i n gw i t h i n t h e 2 1 4 .000 ohms/volt VOM such as a Triplett Model 630-NA or a Simpson Model 262. remove the READY light from the front panel and the two screws securing the Single Sweep (A-4) b o a r d t o t h e I n p u t ( A . ( S e eF i g .The portions of the circuit mounted with blue lines. To check waveforms in thid instrument. check the parts list for value. and description. Use a dynamic transistortester such as a Tektronix Tracer to check the semiType 577 Transistor-Curve conductor devicesused in the 214. r lf ac c est o t he fro n t o f th e In p u t tA-l )c i rc u i t boardi s s I t ['. However. SCREWSECURING SIDE PANEL Aids Troubleshooting Diagrams.side panel.1 ) c i r c u i t b o a r d . rating. 3-2.The component number and electrical value of each component in this (seefirst pageof instrument are shown on the diagrams the Diagrams section for definition of the reference designatorsused to identify components in this instrumentl. Before purchasing or ordering replacement parts. REV C DEC 1980 3-3 .and SingleSweep board. All electrical and mechanical part replacements for the 214 can be obtained through your local Tektronix Field Office or representative.(lnstrument shownupside down. on circuit boardsare enclosed lo I I I I I I I SCREWSECURING SINGLE WEEP OARD S B Fig. until they disconnect from the Single Sweep (A-4) board. many of the standard electronic components can be obtained locally in less time than is required to order them from Tektronix.use a test oscilloscope with a DC to and one millivolt to 500 kilohertz frequency response 50 volt/divisiondeflectionfactor. CORRECTIVEMAINTENANCE Obtaining Replacement Parts Standard Parts. Location of screwssecuringbottom cover. with the READY light out of the front panel. ) T h e n properly connect the Single Sweep circuit board to the Power Supply circuit board.::lll a l^". lmportant voltagesand waveformsare also shown on the diagrams. one at a time.) Troubleshooting Equipment The malority of troubleshooting be done on the to 214 can be accomplished with a 20. This is done by first removing the front panel pushbuttons by pulling them.I Maintenan ce-214 Service SCREWSECURING BOTTOMCOVER- :o t I I I I I I NOTE Secure the Single Sweep board to the lnput board and replace the front panel pushbuttons before re-assem ing th e instrum ent.remove the instrument sidepanel. t h e Single Sweep (A-4) circuit board should be reconnectedto the Power Supply (A-3) circuit board. tolerance.Complete circuit diagrams are given on foldout pages in the Diagramssection.:':ilJ'.

Component Replacement lf Gircuit Board Replacement. Inc. ffil BASE2 EMITTER Uilil "o rrraro* / E MI T T E R BASE 1 (}388 U N. in accordance with our specifications. parts from OrderingParts. A descri pti onof the part (i f el ectrical. a circuit board is includingall damagedbeyond repair.CHANNEL NIJUNCTION M SCREW OUNTED ili-) ol t I I I I I I EMrrrER coLLEcro-ffi coLLEcro-. some special components are used in the 214. Inc. Inc. In addition to the standard electronic components.. to meet specific performance requirements. Most of the mechanical parts used in this instrument have been manufactured by Tektronix.include ci rcui t number).Maintenan -21 4 Service ce NOTE When selecting replacement parts. or 34 REVE DEC1981 . Lead configurations of semiconductors used in this instrument. 3-3. These components are manufactured or selected by Tektronix.Part numbers Parts List for the completely are given in the Mechanical wired board. 4. 3.the entire assembly soldered on componentscan be replaced. o: I I I I I I WART'TG Disconnect the instrument from any external power source before replacing components. include the follovrüing type. or are manufactured for Tektronix.fi EMrrrER coLLEcro-ffi EMrrrER BASE eÄse TRANSISTORS INDEX INDEX BASE GATE DRAIN SOURCE SOURCE DRA|N GATE 14-PtN DUAL INTEGRATEDC]RCUITS 14 . Instrument 2.When orderingreplacement information: Tektronix. 1. Inc. Tektroni x P art N umber. Order all special parts directly from your local Tektronix Field Office or representative.affi 1 16-PtN I ru-r^J-J 1483-0 4 Fig. it is important to remember that the physical size and shape of a component may affect its performance in the instrument. All replacement parts should be direct replacements unless it is known that a different component will not adversely affect the instrument performance. l nstrumentseri alnumber. Special Parts.

+1O%.Transistors should not be replacedunless actually defective. sudden voltage changes may cause damaging current transients.Failureto do so will result in damaged components. lf removedfrom.recheckand repeat steps2through 4 until unblankedtraces are no more than 1.414 ti mes the value of t he appl i edl i ne vol tage.3 p F . and set INTENSITYto (fully clockwise). check the manufacturer's basing diagram for correct basing.OO1 3kV capacitors. + 1 0 % .2O0 VDC Tektronix PN 285-0925-00 4 ttF.1 POWER SUPPLY CAPACITORS NominalPowerLine Voltage/Frequency 11 0 t o 1 2 6 V A C 58 to 62 Hz (Standard) 90 t o 11 0 V AC 48 to 52 Hz ( O pt ion2 ) 224 to 250 VAC 48 t o 52 H z ( O p t i o n1 ) 2. Install a 27OO resistorfor R388. Resistor R388 value is selectedf or a switching unblankedtrace height of no more for than 1. or other sources that produce large vol tage transients. provides50 Hz information.Fj:r:'"l. REV F DEC 1981 3-5 . replacementof transistors original sockets. The value of R388 is selected 330 O as follows: 1. I I o il: *.and 16'pin flat integratedcircuits to prevent damageto the pins.4OO VD C T e k tro n i x PN 285-0933-00 3. Some plastic case transistors have lead configurations which do not agreewith those shown here.5 divisionsof unblanked trace elftendsverticallyfrom each dot. All transistor sockets in this instrument are wired for the basingused for metal-case transistors.pull slowly and evenlyon both ends of the device. from the socketbeforethe other.lt also providesinformationfor selecting Fig.5di vi si ons eachchanneland mi ni m umint ensit y from 5 ms to 2 ms. :o I I I I I I Due to the capacitive power line circuit. When operatingthe instrument from power sources other than 115 VAC 60 Hz.ls the batteries. it is necessary change valueof capacitors C210 to the electrical to and C212 to maintainpropercurrentleve.+ 1 o o /o . to the 3.3OO.j#r. Selectable Gomponents.Fig. When replacing semiconductors. c210 .3' 5 illust r at eshe mi ni mum and maxi mum l i ne vol tagel i mi ts.5 set SEC. lo I lf each unblanked trace exceeds 1. For example. the graphi n Fi g.5 divisions mi change hi gh w hi l e mai ntai ni ng ni mumi ntensit y when switching sweep speedfrom 5 ms to 2 ms. asthe pins may disengage be damaged. changewhen changingsweep speeds or from a range oI 27O. Set CH 1 POSto place graticuleline and the CH 1 dot to the top horizontal set CH 2 POS to place the CH 2 dot to the bottom horizontalgraticuleli ne. Replacement transistors strould be of the original type or a direct replacement.if the instrumentis to be opert ated on a 60 H z l i ne. 3-4 and 3-5. lf a transistor is replaced by a transistor which is made by a different manufacturer than the original. For 24OV5O Hz operation.3 pF capacitance the instrument. I I il I I I Power Supply Gapacitors. maximum ./DIVto s. lf an extractingtool is not available when removing one of theseintegrated circuits. Selectionof capacitorvaluesfor other line voltage/line in is by frequencycombinations illustrated the graphs Figs.5 vertical divisions. An extractingtool shouldbe usedto removethe 14. These capacitors should be from a type suitable for AC operationand voltage selected rati ngsshoul d be at l east 1. wit h r espect for proper operationof values. Referto Table 3-1 for the correctvalues capacitance for of frethree of the more commonly used line voltage/line q u enc y c om bina ti o n s .c212 3 .key the semiconductor's index with that of the socket. Unnecessary may affect the callbration of this instrument.#i# i:f.I e. 3-4 valuesof C210 and C212 for other line voltages. When transistorsare replaced.200 VD C T e k tro n i x PN 285-0935-00 2 ttF . The traces will show as dots. 3-3 shows the lead configuration of the transistorsused in this instrument.e-214 Service Maintenan Transistor Replacement.turn the 214 on. 4.C. installthenextlargersize for R388.'ilr"[+ I replacementparts. C2O4 and C215 values must be changed from the nominal value only when the instrumentis to be operated from other than 1 15V 50 Hz or 1 15V 60 Hz power line. Checkthat no morethan 1. Avoid operating this instrument from squarewave inverter supplies. TABLE 3. turn offthe214.check the operation of that part of the instrument which may be affected. their return them to their socketsduring routine maintenance.Avoid havingone end of the l.C2O4and C215 should be replaced gF with .

complete instrumentserial numberand a description the service required. than the instrument or by tightly packingthree inchesof dunnage urethane Seal on foam betweencarton and instrument. I nstrument Repackaging lf the Tektronix instrument to be shipped a Tektronix is to ServiceCenterfor serviceor repair. calibration of the entire instrument should be checked if work has been done in the supply.Maintenan ce-214 Service Recalibration After Repair After any electricalcomponent has been replaced. I sheeting to V Surroundthe instrumentwith polyethylene protect the finish of the instrument. tapeor industrial cartonwith shipping I I - I I I I r I The carton test strengthfor your instrumentis 200 pounds. lf the original packaging unfit for use or not as repackage instrument follows: the available. as well as the calibration of other closely related circuits. of in the package which your instrumentwas Saveand re-use is shipped. I I I I ol I I I I I I o: 3-6 REV E DEC 1981 . stapler. all sides.the calibration of that particularcircuit should be checked. Since the power supply affects all circuits.attach a tag showing: owner (wittr address) the nameof an individual your and at firm that can be contacted. Obtain a cartonof corrugatedcardboardof the correct carton strengthand more of than six inches havinginsidedimensions no less Cushion the instrument dimensions.

Selecting power supply capacitors for 48 to 52 Hz sinewave operation. 3-7 . 100 lo 1e8o @DEc t 1.O 2.0 3. without UJ gs Ftr J 180 uJ> Z z o t > ö tt.I Maintenan ce-214 Service :o I I I I I I I : in non-store mode. without over charging batteries.0 3. 180 e o5 L U > V = J 140 Current too low 120 to operate scope anstore mode.s 3. without discharging batteries. s 9 d z J O l j E ! lrJ Current too high to operate scope in non-store mode. without dischargingbatteries. Selecting for operation.5 4.5 2.0 power supply capacitors 58 to 62 sinewave Fig.O 2.o 4. 3-5.5 3.5 2. 100 lo I I I I I I I 1.5 4.s Fig. 160 120 Current too low to operate scope in store mode. 3-4.

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five milli. Co nstant-Amplitude 500 kilohertz.?y.I Section 4-214 Service :o I I I I I I r CALIBRATION General To ensureinstrumentaccuracy. +1 .F r eque n c y Frequency. for ff lälJo..Storage Level adiustments. O. 2 .. Vertical and horizontal gain signal amplitude.a. General Radio1310-BOscillator. Refer to the instruction manual for the test equapment more inforif mation is needed. within 3o/o.1?lilll*of.000 O/volt. Inc. lro @ Ampfitude accuracy.'0". 067-0502-01.checksand adjustments. volts to 100 volts.one kilohertz to StorageEnhanceLeveladjust.25o/o.i. Contact your local Tektronix Field Office or representatave further information. . I O ilff :il. output ampli. Detailed operating instructionsfor the test units are not given in this procedure.Therefore.make each adiustment to the exact setting evenif the CHECK. 20. output signal. one-kilohertz square wave. V e r t i c a l a m p l i f i e r SignalGenerator tude. are required for complete calibration of the 214. accuracy. TESTEOUIPMENT REOUIRED The following test equipment and accessories. Simpson Model262. These special calibration fixtures are available from Tektronix. zero to 1000 volts. Completion of each step in the Calibration procedure ensures that this instrument meets the electrical Special CalibrationFixtures Special Tektronix Calibration fixtures are used in this procedure only wherethey facilitate instrumentcalibration. Order by part number through your local Tektronix Field Office or representative. For best overall performance. I I I I I I TABLE 4-1 Test Equipment Description 1. at least200 millivolts.CRT Grid Bias.J""[ä I f I before an adjustment is made.step is within the allowable tolerances. Tektronix. a. their or equivalent. Vertical and horizontal centering adjustments. provides completeinstrumentrepairand recalibrationat local Field ServiceCenters and the Factory ServiceCenter. Tektronix Part No. the specifications any test equipment must either meet or of exceedthose listed below.input impedance. Low."#l. Example Triplett Model 630-NA. l.. Inc. Given specifications for the test equipment are the minimum necessary accurate for calibration..or everysix months if used infrequently. DC Voltmeter Range.J"iil ll. Power Supply output level checks. All test equipmentis assumed to be correctly calibrated and operating within the listed specifications. Before complete calibration. bandwidth and trigger operation checks."''}I Ilg-* l.check the calibrationof the 214 every 1000 hoursof operation.m e n t . thoroughly cleanand inspect this instrument outlinedin the as Preventive Maintenance section.

L o w . BNC. Externaltriggerchecks. Tektronix Type 106Square-Wave risetime. Tektronix Used throughout procedure a.1 s e c o nd. plug. Tektronix Part No. ment.external triggering. 103003000 a. one kilohertz. 6. Tektroni xP artN o.BNC. 10X. within O. a. output amplitude.a. 7. Vertical amplifier bandwidthcheck. Tektronix Part No. o. Tektronix Part No. ät least 100 Hum Balance microseconds. Tektronix Part No. S0 a. lmpedance. Ramp Generator F requency. 2o/oi connectors.017-006300. Ratio. 1 5 . Time-Mark Gen. at leastsix volts. 13. Vertical amplifier comp€nsa. Tektronix PartNo.Marker outputs. Termination . tion checksand adjustments. banana 12. S q u a r e . 50 Cl. 42 inches. O. adjustment. GR874 and BNC Connectors. connectors. check. adiustment. 8. probe tip-toBNC. Generator. Vertical amplifier compensa. Adapter 11. five micro. Used throughout procedure a.Horizontaltiming checksand erator s e c on d s to 0 . RG-58/U. 5.01.a. 013-008401 for signal interconnection. Attenuator BNC.a. Generator fess.Cafi brati on -21 4 Service TABLE 4-1 (contl Description Minimum Specifications Usage Example o: I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 . 5 0 O . length. BNC. Connectors. Tektronix Type RG 501 Ramp Generator with Type TM 501 PowerSupply. Vertical amplifier compensa. female. impedance. StorageEnhanceLeveladiust. marker accuracy. Xcelite R-3323 to adjustvariableresistors. 103{090{0 9. 011-0059-02. Tektronix Part No. both AUTO a n d N O R M AL . Tektronix Type 2901 TimeMark Generator. Co n n ectors.a. connectors.1 o /o . Used to adiust variablecapa. output amplitude. Screwdriver PartNo. Adapter ol 10. Cable l m p e d a n c e .1 1/2-inchshaft. tance Screwdriver o: +2 REV B APR 1980 I .100 nanoseconds or tion checksand adiustments. a. Three-inch shaft.Externaltriggerchecks. BNC female-to. 01 10049-01 tion checksand adjustments.003{000{)0 citors. 01 2{057.a. t y p e E xternal trigger operation a. Tektronix Type 183 Time-Mark Generator. accuracy.C a p a c i .W a v e F requency. 3132 inch b i t. T-Connector 14.4 volt to 40 volts. b. Adapter Connectors.

Grid Bias). SINGLE SWP). 60 Hz line source. lnternal adjustments are initial capitalized only (e.Allow at leastfive minutesof warmup beforeproceeding.9. Trigger Controls TR IG SOURCE LEVEL/SLOPE COMP AUTO PRESET(detent) lo I I I I I I SweepGontrols PRELIMINARY CONTROL SETTINGS Preset the instrument controls to the settings given belowwhen startingcalibration. Channel Controls 1 VOLTS/DIV VAR VOLTS/DIV POS INPUT OUPLING C 5m CAL (detent) Midrange GND 2..lf the batteries not fully charged. of StorageControls STORE ERASE Out {NONSTORE mode} Out I I I I I 1.I I O -7 I Cali brati o n-21 4 Service pR P R E L T M T N A R vo c E D U R E This instrument should be adiusted at an ambient temperature +25"C (ts"C) for bestoverallaccuracy. Remove the instrument covers as describedin the Disassembly Instructionsin the Preventive Maintenance section. Channel2 Controls 3..leave are the214 connectedto the line with the power switch turned OFF for a period of approximatelyone hour before continuing with calibration. Set the instrument controls as given under Preliminary Control Settings. VOLTS/DIV VAR VOLTS/DIV POS INPUT OUPLING C 5m CAL (detent) OFF (detent) GND I I NOTE Titles for external controls of this instrument are fully capitalized in this procedure (e. SEC/DIV V A RH O R I Z A G M POS 1 m CAL (detentl Midrange SingleSweepGontrols S I NG LES W P RE S E T Display Gontrols Out Out POWER INTENSITY ON Fully counterclockwise !r I @ +3 .g. Connect the instrumentto a 117 VAC.

proceed with step 2. D epress S TOR Ebutton. Measure -100V suppl yfor a reading . Usingthe DC Voltmeter.2 PowerSupply Accuracy Measurement -5. To measure -100 V suppl y: the 1.B .SeeFig.4 volt +65 volts t4 volts . Supply -5. Fig. a. 10X B N CA ttenuator 3.F r equ e n c yC o n s ta n t-A m p l i tu d e g nal GenSi e rat or( G ener al d i o1 3 1 0 -8O s c i l l a to r) Ra 6. Observe proper meter pofarity.4-21.Calibratio -214 Service n POWER SUPPTY AND DISPLAY o: I T I I I I Eq uipm ent Requ i re d 1 .6 V 1.6V +65 V TABLE 4. Probetip-to-BNCAdapter 2.95 vol tsto -110 vol ts (seeFi g.1 0 0 0v NOTE lf the instrument has been operating ntisfactorily prior to recalibration. -960 volts140 volts (dueto meterloading) ol t I I I I I b.4 vol t +5. the of the 2.measure DC levelof the the power suppliesgiven in Table4-2. 4-1. Three-i nch crew dri ver S Control Settings given under Preset . A U G . DC Voltmeter 5. 3.6 vol ts10. Low. R a m pG e n e r a t o(rT M 5 0 1 / R G5 0 1 ) 4. Press STOREbutton to release the it. o: R E V . 1 9 7 4 4-4 . 4-1 tor test point locations.6 volts10.instrumentcontrols to the settings Prel iminaryControlSettings. Check Power Supply DC Levels + 5. (A) Location of Grid Biasadjustmentand (B) Power supply test points.

(3) PREsET-Operating R510 {see Leveladjustment.9 volts. :o I I c. Connect the DC Voltmeter betweenpin 5 and ptn 2 of plug P3 (negativemeter lead to pin 2) on the Power SupplyBoard(A-3). (5) Depress SINGLESWPbutton and the STORE the button. Set the SEC/DIVswitchto 1 m. for a rneterreadingof +1. d. CHECK-Free-running$/\. ADJUST-Trace Rotation adjustment. Location of -100 V tost point. (6) Press ERASEbutton. the (7) Press RESETbutton. of Fig.SeeFig. F tg. CHECK-Meterreading +1. pin (41 Connectthe DC Voltmeterbetween 4 of plug 22 and ground {negativemeter lead to ground) on the PowerSupply (A-3) board. the I I 3. 4-5 l @ .Turn the INTENSITY cone.4-4. Adjust FOCUS and the CH 1 a. *2. Adiust Storage the a. d. R398 (located the 214 side panel)for a welldefined dot.4-3) to align the sweepwith the center horizontal grati cul ei ne. ADJUST-CRT Grid Bias adiustment.I Caf brati on -21 4 Service i b. Location of Trace Rotation adjustment. AdjustCRT Grid Bias a. l 2.4-1. 4Al f ully counterclockwise. Adjust TraceRotation I I O a.eep is parallel with the graticule ine. Position the trace to the center horizontal graticule line. I I I I I meter leads.SeeFig.R273. Disconnect trol fully counterclockwise. Set the SEC/DIV switch to X-Y and adjust the l i c IN T E NS I T Y ont ro lfo r a n o m i n a d i s p l a y n te n si ty. lo r b. (21 Set the SEC/DIV switch to 5 m and turn the INTENSITYcontrol fully clockwise. horizontal I t I I I I Fig. I I on c. ADJUST-FOCUS. b.9 volts. Determine upperwriting limit of the CRT. R141 (see Fig. (1) Turn the CH 1 POS control to midrangeand verticallypositionthe two traceswithin the centerfour graticule divisions. c. 4. Turn the INTENSITYcontrol fully clockwise. 4-3. Turn the CH 2 POScontrol to midrange POScontrol to the OFF detent. Level Operating 5.

Cali bration-214 Service (71 Repeatstep 5-b-2 through s-b-Guntil no breaks occur in the displayduring the first minute of Storage.^-. |! (8) CHECK-Readingon the DC Voltmeter. Record for this reading usein step5-c.

c. Subtract the voltage readingof step 5-b€ from the 1. reading obtained in step 5-a-1 Add one-half of the taken in step5-b-8.For example: difference the reading to Fi rst R eadi ng Second Reading Difference 58 volts 28 volts 30 volts

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d. ADJUST-OperatingLevel adjustment,R510, for a reading on the DC Voltmeter equal to the voltagecalculatedin step5-c.

(8) Adjust the LEVEL/SLOPE control for a triggered sweep. (9) ADJUST-|f the tracesthicken or beginto flood the CRT during the first minute after Storage, reduce t he O per at ing e v e l ,R 5 1 0 ,a s ma l la mo u n tc l o ckw i se. L (101 Repeatsteps5-a-6through 5-a-9until the traces no longerflood or thicken during the first minute after Storage. ( 11) CHE CK -R e a d i n g n th e D C Vo l tm e t er. ecord o R for this reading usein step5-c.

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a. Connect the DC Voltmeter betweenpin 5 of plug22 and ground (positivemeter lead to ground)on the Power S uppl y(A -3)board.S eeFi g.44.

b. Determine writing threshold the CRT. the of ( 1) T ur n t he IN T EN SIT Yc o n tro l fo r th e mi ni mum Storedtrace intensity. ( 2) P r es she ER AS Eb u tto n . t (3) Press RESETbutton. the (4) Adjust the LEVEL/SLOPE controlfor a triggered sweep (5) CHECK-For Storedtraceswith no breaksin the displayduringthe first minuteof storage. (6) ADJUST-|f breaksoccur in the Stored traces during the first minute of Storage,increase the Operat ingLev el, 1 0 ,a s ma l la mo u n tc o u n te rc l o ckw i se. R5

f R b. R otate V " , adj ustment, 506 (seeFi g.4- 41, r om fully cllcckwise fully counterclockwise. to c. CHECK-For a rangeof at least-40 V to 0 V while rotatingthe V"= adiustment.

d. Press and hold down the ERASEbutton.

e. A D JU S T-V " = adj ustment.R 506, until t he illuminated part of the display coversthe entire CRT screen at of with equalbrightness the centerand edges the screen.

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g. CHECK-For uniform erasure the CRT screen. of for c. Set the Ramp Generator ExternalAuto Triggering and a six-volt,100!ts, ramp output. h. Release STOREand SINGLE SWPbuttons. d. Usingthe CH 2 and horizontalPOScontrols,position the displayto write the entireCRT screen.

7. Adjust Enhance Level
a. S et t ne S EC /D IVs w i tc hto 5 p , th e T R IG S OU R C E to sruitch CH 2, the CH 2INPUT COUPLINGswitchto AC, the INTENSITY control for a visibledisplay,and turn the CH 1 POScontrol to the OFF detent. e. Center the displayon the CRT graticule.

for f . Set the Ramp Generator Normal Triggering. g. Connecta Xl probe from the Externallnput iack of to the RampGenerator the test point shownin Fig.4-5.

b. Connect the CH 2 probe tip to the output of the Low-Frequency Constant-Amplitude via SignalGenerator a Xl0 BNCattenuator and a probetip-to-BNC adapter.

c. Adjust the Low-FrequencyConstant-Amplitude Signal Generator a 3.2-division for displayof a 50 kHz signal.

h. Adjust the Ramp GeneratorTriggeringcontrolsfor a stable display.

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1. DC Voltmeter 2. Low-Frequency Constant-AmplitudeSignal Generator (General Radio1310-BOscillator) (067-0502-01 3. Standard AmplitudeCalibrator ) 4. Square-Wave Generator(Type 106) 5. Probetip-to-BNCAdapter Adapter 6. GR-to-BNC 7. 10X BNC Attenuator 8. 50 {.l BNC Termination 9. Three-inch Screwdriver Screwdriver 10. Low-capacitance

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Preset instrument controls to the settingsgiven under PreliminaryControl Settings, exceptasfollows: I NT E NS I T Y VisibleDisplay

0.4 c. CHECK-Trace should be within approximately center. divisionof graticule d. ADJUST-Vertical Centering,R101 (seeFig.4-61to graticule positionthe traceto the centerhorizontal line. e. Disconnect meter leads. the

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a. Rotate the CH 1 VOLTS/DIV switch from 50 m to 1m. for b. C H E C K -TheC R T di spl ay 0.1 di vi si o n, less, or of vertical trace shift betweenadjacentswitch positionsfrom 50mto1m. c. ADJUST-CH 1 STEP ATTEN BAL, R417 (locatäd on the side panel)for minimum trace shift when rotating the CH 1 VOLTS/DIV switch from 50 m to 1 m.

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b. Adjust the CH 1 POS control for a 0 volt reading on the meter.

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a. Turn the CH 1 POS control to OFF and the CH 2 POScontrol to midrange. b. Rotate the CH 2 VOLTS/DIV switch from 50 m to 1m. or of c. CHECK-The CRT displayfor 0.1 division, less, vertical trace shift betweenadjacentswitch positionsfrom 50mto1m. d. ADJUST-CH2 STEP ATTEN BAL, R315 (located a on the side panel)for minimum trace shift when rotating the CH 2 VOLTS/DIV switchfrom 50 m to 1 m.

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d. of g.5:1.5 1 2 volts 5 volts 10 volts 20 volts 50 volts 100 volts 100 volts b.z d vtston 10.3 VerticalDeflectionAccuracy Standard Vertical Maximum Deflection ErrorFor in Divisions t5% Accuracy 5 *0.SiÄ X. of h. R47O (locatedon the side panel)for exactlyfour divisions deflection. f]o. the d.(1.25division t0. 2 15. 1 division . Press RESETbutton.25 division 10.AdiustVertical Gain to 5m and the Cafi bratio n -21 4 Service äill.1 c. 2 5 10 20 50 5 5 4 5 5 2 4-g . of t I I 13. e.25division Previously set in Step 12 VOLTS/DIV Amplitude Calibrator Switch Output Setting 1 m 5 mi l l i vol ts 1 0 ml l i vol ts 20 mi l l i vol ts 50 millivolts 2m 5m 10m 20m 50m 1 5 4 5 5 4 5 5 4 t I I I I : I @ O *0.i?'. the Fig. 4-7) for exactlyfour divisions deflection. within 0.2 .2 division xO. Press ERASEbutton.25 division t0. f. ADJUST-VERT GAIN.I I 12.25d vrston 10.6 divisions deflection. Connect the CH 2 probe tip to the output of the Standard Amplitude Calibrator via a probe tip-to-BNC adapter.R275 (seeFig. CheckChannel Volts/Division Accuracy a. the c.25d vrsron 10. Returnthe CH 2 VAR VOLTS/DIV controt to CAL. Depress SINGLE SWPand STOREbuttons.6divisions deflectionindicates of of a ranseof at least2. Release STOREand SINGLE SWPbuttons.2 divisions. e. of within 0. at lo I I I TABLE 4.2 division. ADJUST-Store Gain adjustment. Set the StandardAmplitude Calibratorfor a 20-mV si gnal. 4-7. Location of Store Gain adjustm€nt.25 division t0. Repeat steps 13-b through 13-f until exactly four divisions deflectionare achieved.2 volt 0.25 d vision 0 . 1volt 0. Adjust Storage VerticalGain a. Adjust the LEVEL/SLOPE control for a triggered display.?1TIilY"'#':^ : O cu" I I I I b.25 division t:O.5 volt 1 volt 14. CHECK-The CRT display for no more than 1. CHECK-CRT displayfor four divisions deflection. Check Ghannel 2 Variable Volts/Division Range a.25 d vtston t0. Rotate the cH 2 vAR VOLTS/DIV control fuily clockwise. CHECK-Using the CH 2 VOLTS/DIV switch and StandardAmplitude Calibratorsettingsgiven in Table4-3. the b. for check that the deflectionfactor accuracy CH 2 is within 5o/o eachposition. CHECK-The CRT display for four divisions of deflection. c.2 division t0.

the h. d. Set CH 2INPUT COUPLINGswitchto AC. Turn the CH 2 POScontrol to OFF and the CH 1 POS control to midrange. Repeat step 169. Refer to the Dinssembly lnstructions for removal procedure. to _t I I I I I I I I I I I b. a total of O. Position the bottom of the display to the center graticule horizontal line. Checklnput Coupling Switches a. or C409 reguire adjustment. g. to d. Position the bottom of the display to the center graticule ine. Disconnect test setup.-0. e. or I I +10 . CHECK-That the display is centered about the graticule centerhorizontal line. Repeat step 16€. Adjust the Triggering l.::11Til#'"'::. CHECK-The CRT displayfor flat-top waveformwith or no more than +0. b. displayof a 1'kHz square controlsfor a stabledisplay.2 division. Remove the CH 2 probe tip from the Standard AmplitudeCalibrator. s e. C407. Set the CH 1 VOLTS/DIV srruitch 5 m. Connect the CH 1 probe tip to the high amplitude Generator via a output of the Type 106 Square-Wave a adapter. @ 17. f. C309. h. c. CHECK-For no vertical deflection. c. Adjust the Standard Amplitude Calibrator for a 20-mV output. t n. Adjust the Square-Wave wave. CheckCH 1 Volts/Division Accuracyand VariableVolts/Division Range a.2 divisionof aberrations. Set CH 1 INPUT COUPLINGswitchto AC.Gaf brati on -21 4 Service i I b. m. S etCH 1 I NP U TC O U PL IN G w i tc hto GN D . g. settings StandardAmplitude Calibrator check that the deflection factor accuracy CH 1 is within of 5o/o eachposition. ".Y":il:ensa i. CHECK-The CRT display for no more than 1. s e. Set the StandardAmplitude Calibratorfor a 20-mV output. o. Set the CH 1 INPUTCOUPLINGswitchto DC. ?t 16. horizontal I Generatorfor a fourdivision c. it will be necesffiry to remove the instrument side panel from the lnput Board (A-l ). o I :l:. Rotate the CH 1 VAR VOLTS/DIV control fully clockwise.6 divisionsof deflection.trace is at the graticule centerhorizontal line. k. Connect the CH 1 probe tip to the output of the Standard Amplitude Calibrator via a probe tip-to-BNC adapter.1 division. CHECK-Using the CH 1 VOLTS/DIV switch and given in Table4-3. j. 50 Sl BNC termination. d. Set hoth INPUT COUPLING switchesto DC and both VOLTS/DIV sruitches 10 m. Returnthe CH 1 VAR VOLTS/DIV control to CAL.and a probe GR-Io-BNC tip-to-BNCadapter. C408. C308. S etCH 2I NPU T C O U PL IN G w i tc hto GN D. NOTE lf C307. f.

Disconnectthe CH 1 probe tip from the test setup.2 division.2 or divisionof aberration.4€) for no more than +0. Location of attenuator compensation capacitors. l. Adjust the Square-Wave Generator a fourdivision wave.2 divisionof aberration.4-8) with a low-capacitance tor screwdriver. a total of with no morethan +0. or a total of O. or a total of O. i.-0.1 division. o r a to ta l o f O. m.2 division.2 divisionof aberration. ADJUST-C3O8(seeFig. Fig.. .n.2 division of aberration.and adjust the for Square-Wave Generator a fourdivisiondisplay. and replace the instrument sidepaneland knobs.1 division. Set the CH 2 VOLTS/DIV sruitchto 10 V. a total of with no morethan +0. ADJUST-C3O9 (seeFig.2 division. -0. -0. CHECK-The CRT display for a flat-top waveform -0.2 divisionof aberration.ix.2 division.2 divisionof aberration. or 0. or 0.4€l for no more than +0. no more than +0.1 division.1 division.2 division.1 V and the sw IN P U TC OU P LIN G i tchto D C . k. i. 4-8. CHECK-The CRT display for a flat-top waveform -0.".tf. Connect the CH 2 probe tip to the high amplitude output of the Type 106 Square-Wave Generator via a GR-to-BNC adapter.adjust ad the Square-Wave I O. f. or 0. or 0.4€) for no more than +0.2 division of aberration. or a total of O."J Jd[i h.2 division. +11 .4€) for no more than +0. a total of 0.-0. Adjust Channel2 VOLTS/DIV Compensation a. or a total of 0.0. i.2 division. displayof a 1-kHzsquare e. c. for d.2 division. l.2 division of aberration.2 d i vi si on of aberration.i. Set the CHGeneratorfor a fourdivision1display. removethe 50 O BNC termination from the test setup. and adjust the Square-Wave for Generator a fourdivision display.and a probe a tip-to-BNCadapter. I t I I I I I I I I I I I I b. CHECK-The CRT display for a flat-top waveform -0. a total of with no morethan +0. h.:lJ?i?'.4€) for no more than +0.1 division. ADJUST-C4O8 (seeFig.1 division. -0. ADJUST-C4O9 (seeFig. Turn the CH 1 POS control to OFF and the CH 2 POScontrol to midrange.2 division. lo I @ m. k. 1 d i v i s i o n .I IO f .1 division. i. 2 VOLTS/DIV switch to V and just g.2divisionof aberration. CHECK-The CRT displayfor flat-top waveformwith no more than +0. Set the CH 2 VOLTS/DIV switch to .1 division. CHECK-The CRT display for flat-top waveform -0. removethe 50 O BNC termination from the test setup. -0.2 division of aberration. Disconnect all test equipment.1Jffi%: J.1 division.2 division. ADJUST-C4O7(seeFig. Cali brati o n -21 4 Service 19. or a total of 0. a total of with no morethan +0. Set the VOLTS/DlV switch to 10 V.1 division.':* i. 50 O BNC termination. ADJUST-C3O7(seeFig.2 d iv is ion.

Without adjustingthe output amplitude. Adjust the SignalGeneratorfor a sixdivision display o f a 1*Hz s ignal. Repeat step20d. U I I ^-. Set the VOLTS/DIV switch to 5 m and adjust the for SignalGenerator a sixdivisiondisplayof a 1-kHzsignal.rryitch 1 m. Set the VOLTS/DIV switch to 10 m and adjust the for SignalGenerator a sixdivisiondisplayof a 1-kHzsignal. g. CHECK-The Signal Generator output frequency must be at least400 kHz.2 divisions. Turn the CH 2 POS control to OFF and the CH 1 POScontrol to midrange. CHECK-The Signal Generator outöut frequency must be at least500 kHz. Connectthe CH 1 probetip to the test setup. f. b.increase the output frequenry of the SignalGeneratoruntil the display is reduced amplitude 4. q. I I I I I I to r. Repeatstep20-c through 20-n. n. m. in to e. p. s. CHECK-The Signal Generator output frequency must be at least100 kHz. Setthe CH 2 VOLTS/DIV switchto 1 m. k. Set the CH 1 VOLTS/DIV s. Repeat 2od. d. Set the VOLTS/DIV srnritch 2 mV and adiust the to for SignalGenerator a sixdivisiondisplayof a 1-kHzsignal. c. Connect the CH 2 probe tip to the output of the Low-Frequency Constant-Amplitude via SignalGenerator a Xl0 BNC attenuatorand a probetip-to-BNCadapter. CHECK-The Signal Generator output frequency must be at least200 kHz. Gheck VerticalAmplifier Bandwidth a. the o. h.Cali bratio n -21 4 Service 20. ol I I I I I I I or +12 @ . Repeatstep20d. i. step i. Disconnect CH 2 probetip from the test setup. I l.

Disconnectthe CH 2 probe tip from the signal source. b. Press RESETbutton. Low-Frequency Constant-AmplitudeSignal Generator (General Radio1310-BOscillator) 2. Setthe CH 2 VOLTS/DlV switchto 1 V. 21. Depress SINGLE SWPbutton. Three-inch Screwdriver 3. BNC-TConnector Plug 5. Set the TRIG SOURCEswitchto COMP. Set the CH 2 VOLTS/DlV switchto 5 V.F o r a s ta b l e i s p l a y . d. the c. R375 (located on the sidepanel)for a stable display. PRESET f . CHECK-A stable display can be obtained by adjusting the LEVEL/SLOPE control to trigger on both the positivegoing and negative{oing slopesof the displayed waveform. Operation 23."jr.I Caf bration -21 4 Service i :o I I I I I I I r ^ TRIGGER IRCUIT C Equipment Required 1. Connect the CH 2 probe tip to the output of the Low-Frequency Signal Generator(GeneralRadio 1310-8 h. d. CHECK-A stable display can be obtained by adiusting the LEVEL/SLOPEcontrol to triggeron both the positivegoingand negative{oingslopesof the displayed waveform. CHE CK . 2div is ion pla y f a 5 -k H zs i g n a l . 22. d j. AdjustAUTO PRESET Level a. Adjust the Low-Frequency Signal Generatorfor a 1d iv is iondis play f a 5 0 0 -k H z i g n a l . b. Probetip-to-BNC Cable 4. to REVB APR1980 +13 . cH2 g. the d. 42-inch50 A BNC Cable 6. Adiust the Low-FrequencySignal Generator for a 0 . Set the TRIG SOURCE switch to EXT and the detent. controlto the AUTO PRESET LEVEL/SLOPE via a BNc-rconnector a probe tip-to-BNC and . C H E C K -R E A D Y l i ght comes on w hen RESET on button is pressed and remains until the CH 2 probetip is re-applied the signal source. Connect the unusedoutput of the BNC-T connector to the 214 EXT TRIG input via a 42-tnch50 O BNC cable plug and a BNC-to-banana adapter. CHECK-A stable display can be obtained by adjusting the LEVEL/SLOPEcontrol to triggeron both the positive{oing and negativegoing slopesof the displayed waveform. CheckTriggerCircuit Operation a. 0m DC OFF Midrange e. ADJUST-AUTO PRESET.lff:t) b. t I I I I I I c . o s c. CheckSingleSweep a. ro e. Return the LEVEL/SLOPE control to the AUTO detent. BNC-to-Banana Adapter ControlSettings given under Presetinstrumentcontrols to the settings Preliminary exceptasfollows: ControlSettings I NT E NS I T Y S E C/ DI V C H 1 I N P U TC O U P L I N G CH 1 POS CH 2 POS T RI G S O U R C E Vi s i b l eD i s p l a y 1 . dis o f O I i. Adjust the LEVEL/SLOPEcontrol for a triggered di spl ay.

h. I I t I I I ol I I I I I I I or 4-14 . CHECK-That single-sweepdisplay sweep a onlyl O is presented I : I g. the (one i.Cafi brati on -21 4 Service f . CHE CK . Reconnect the CH 2 probe tip to the Low-Frequency SignalGenerator. Press RESET button.RE A D Yl i g h t i s e x ti n g u i s h e d .

c. Adjust HorizontalGain a. d.SeeFig. horizontally four divisions. Adjust the CH 1 VOLTS/DIV switch for a display aboutthreedivisions amplitude. Adjust Sweep Calibration a. Adjust the Standard Amplitude Calibrator for a 20 mV output signal. of Horizontal Centering adjustment ard test e. Connect the CH 1 probe tip to the output of the Standard Amplitude Calibrator via a probe tip-to-BNC adapter. t lo I I I I I I 24. Location point. Disconnect the CH 1 probefrom the StandardAmplitude Calibrator. CHE CK .1 0 . Visible Display X-Y Midrange b.4 division. b.F o r a re a d i n g f 0 v o l ts . by b. Setthe CH 1 INPUTCOUPLINGswitchto DC. the tenth time marker should alignwith the ninth divisionverticalline. @ 4-15 . for a meter reading o f 0 v olt s . 10. 26. R475 (located the side on panel)for four divisionsof deflectionbetweenthe dots. c. Connect the CH 1 probe tip to the output of the Time-MarkGenerator(Type 2901) via a probe tip-to-BNC adapter. Time-Mark Generator 29011 b.(positive meterleadto pin 5) and ground.4-9. DCVoltmeter (067O502-01) 2. Three-inch Screwdriver Control Settings Preset instrument controls to the settingsgiven under Preliminary ControlSettings exceptasfollows: INTENSITY S E C/ DI V CH 2 POS 25. 2 o l t. Set the SEC/DIV switch to 1 m and the Time-Mark for time markers. Adjust HorizontalCentering a. Connectthe DC Voltmeter betweenpin 5 of U108. CHECK-The CRT display for two dots separated t0.I Calibrati on -21 4 Service fr I I I I I HORIZONTAL SYSTEM Equipment Required 1. ADJUST-HORIZ GAIN.within t0. v f. with the first division With the second time markeraligned vertical line. Generator 1 millisecond c. ADJUST-Horiz. Set the CH 2 POScontrol to the OFF detent. lt-9. on the Amplifier (A-2)board. CHECK-CRT display for 1 time marker/division. o v e. Center. d.2 o l t. R366. Probe tip-to-BNC Adapter (Type 4.2 division. in t to I Fig. Standard Amplitude Calibrator 3.

Return the VAR HORIZ MAG control to the CAL detent.Calibratio n -21 4 Service f. o: I I I 27. CheckVariableHorizontalMagnifier Range a. Rotate the VAR HORIZ MAG control fully clockwise. ADJUST-SWP CAL. w i thi n 0. t I I ot I I I I I I I or 4-16 @ . Fivedivisionspacing indicates VAR HORIZ MAG control range at least5:1.4 di vi si on. CHECK-The CRT display for at leastfive divisions betweenadjacenttime markers. c. R370 (located on the side panel)for exactly eight divisionsof deflectionbetweenthe second and tenth time markers. b. CHECK-Apply the appropriatetime markersand check each position of the SEC/DIV switch for proper timing over the centereight divisionportion of eachsweep. CheckSEC/DIVAccuracy a. a of 28.

The color-codeis read starting with the stripe nearest the end of the resistor.The portions of the circuit mountedon circuit boards enclosed are with blue lines. to aid in cross-referencing betweenthe diagrams and the circuit boards.000 ohms/voltVOM suchas a Triplett Model 230-NA or a SimpsonModel 262. I I I I I I I Component Color Coding The resistorsused in the 214 are either composition resistorsor precisionresistors. Location of circuit boards within the 214.a multiplier.5-2).5-1 showsthe locationof the circuit boardswithin the instrument. to check the semiconductors used in the 214. 5-2). multiplier. @ 5-1 . The molded electrolytic capacitors are color-coded in picofarads (see Fig.Componentlocators are shown in the Diagramssection. and a tolerance value. Precision resistors havefive stripesconsisting three significant of figures.I Section 5-214 Service :o t t I I I I Diagrams Information T R O U B L E S H O O T IA I G S ND Troubleshooting ipment Equ The majority of troubleshooting be done on the 214 to can be accomplished with a 20. (a) alongwith their assembly numbers. A2 AMPLIFIER BOARD The cathode end of each glass-encased diode is indicated by a stripe. The circuit numberand electrical value of each component in this instrumentare shown on the diagrams(seefirst page of the Diagrams sectionfor definition of the reference designators used to identify components this instrument). To check waveformsin this instrument. in lmportant waveforms are also shown on the diagram.Compositionresistors havefour stripes which consistof two significant figures. Use a dynamic semiconductor tester. such as a Tektronix Type 577 Curve Tracer System. on the back of the page opposite the circuit diagram.5-1. or a dot. Completecircuitdiagrams givenon the foldout pages are in the Diagrams section. The capacitance values of common disc capacitors and small tubular electrolytics are marked in microfarads on the side of the component body. The resistance valuesare color-coded the components on (some with EtA color-code precision resistors may havethe valueprintedon the body). lo Fig.and a a tolerancevalue (seeFig. use a test oscilloscope with at leasta DC to 500 kilohertz frequency response and one millivolt to 50 volts/division deflectionfactor. t I O Fig. Eachelectrical component on the boards is identifiedby its circuit number on the component locators. The assembly numbersare also usedon the diagrams aid in to locatingthe boards. a seriesof stripes.

-eotaritv and Yoltagerating. t + Led O@ Lead "nO @ -multiptl*. and 3rd significantfigures: O -tol€rance: @ @ @ coeff icient. 5-2. and dipped tantalum electrolytic capacitors. Fig. ceramic capacitors. upon rrrOTE: @ ana/or @ depends color code for capacitors manufacturor and capacitor type. May not bs pressnt in some cages.2nd. I I OI I I I I I I ol 5-2 .ng Troubleshooti Aids-2 14 Service Resa3tor and Capacitor Color Code o: I t Ceramic Capacitors: I Oapped Tantalum Electrolyticr: rFor capacitance of 10 pF or loss. -a"-o"r"ture -lst. Color code for resistors. 'iFor dipped tantalum capacitors only.

A P R 1 9 7 7 B . New York.This gate slgnalunblanks the CRT to permitdisplaypresentation.The Input Amplifier circuits also contain the verticaldeflection.and Switching Waveforms".:: ii:#rulr il I I I The output of the SweepGeneratorcircuit is amplified by the HorizontalAmplifier circuit to producethe correct horizontaldeflectionfor the CRT for all positions the of SEC/DIV switch. second edition.). The TriggerGenerator input signal can alsobe selected from the externalsignalappliedto the EXT TRIG banana jack. The CRT circuit contains the controls necessary for operation of the cathode-ray tube. The Trigger Generatorcircuit containscouplingand source controls in addition to a combinationlevel/slope control. th e A U T O PR ES E T In detent. Hunter (Ed. The Sweep Generator also producesan unblanking gate signalcoincidentwith the sawtoothwaveform. 6-1 . Whenthe LEVEL/SLOPEcontrol is out of the AUTO PRESET detent. "Semiconductor Circuit Analysis". from or the directly coupledCOMPsignalof the Feedback Amplifier. variable attenuation. circuitry commonly used by Tektronix is only briefly explained.position (with channelon-OFF). I The SweepGeneratorcircuit produces linearsawtooth a output signal when initiated by the Trigger Generator circuit. lf more informationis desired the commonlyusedcircuits. 1964. on refer to the following textbooks: Phillip Cutler. usingdetaileddiagrams in where necessary show the interconnections to betweenthe stages in each major circuit and the relationship the external of controls to the individualstages. and balance controls. New York. a horizontal sweep is presented only when correctly triggered an adequate by triggersignal. The slope of the sawtooth producedby the Sweep Generator circuit is controlledby the SEC/DlV switch.I Section 6-214 Service fr t I I I I I r I C I R C U ID E S C R I P T I O N T The following circuit descriptionbegins with a discussionof the instrumentusingthe block diagramlocated in the Diagram section the rearof this manual. complete schematics are given in the Diagram section. The input signalto the Trigger Generatorcan be selected internallyeither from the capacitively coupledCH 1 Input Amplifier signal. Jacob Millman and Herbert Taub.The operating mode of the Sweep Generatorcircuit is determined by the Trigger LEVEL/SLOPE control and the SING LE S W Ppus h b u tto n . Digital. 1965. McGraw -H i l N ew Y ork. amplifiers. additionto the block In diagram. The Horizontal Amplifier contains a variablemagnifierto increase sweeprate up to at leasta the maximum of five times in any position of the SEC/DIV switch. I I !. "Pulse. . R E V . I BLOCKDIAGRAMDESCR IPTION Signals be displayedon the CRT are appliedto the to I j:itl{#l *kT+":fil I o ili.:g. l. The SingleSweepmode of operationallowsone (andonly one) ffiggeredsweepto be initiated after the circuit is reset with the RESET button. Lloyd P. at Then each circuit is described detail. I r I I - I I The TriggerGenerator circuit initiatesthe sweepsignal producedby the SweepGenerator. CIRCUIT OPERATION In the following descriptionof the electrical operation and relationshipof the circuits in the 214. McGraw-Hill.input coupling. the absence an adequate of trigger signalcauses the sweep to free run. McGraw-Hill. "Handbook of Semiconductor Electronics". 1962. The PowerSupplyand CRT for circuits provide all the voltages necessary operationof this instrument. Trace storageis accomplishedby the Storage circuit.

o 3 I N J =.1 ATTENUATOR STAGE INPUT SOURCE FOLLOWER o414A FEEDBACK SOURCE FOLLOWER 04148 a o g t+ (D UI 0 o c4ol lt"-)\ + cHl tt =i. o o EI TOV E R T MULTI o i o o !t E c 1 MODE o.g-4 I I FROM CH 2 P R O B ET I P C H 2 O F F7 E g o o E.E' 3 CL FEEDBACK SOURCE FOLLOWER o3148 FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER NO.2 D c ) I i ATTENUATOR STAGE INPUT SOURCE FOLLOWER o314A GND r2 cR343 CR342 STEPATTEN BA ca27T TO TRIGGER CIRCUIT F R O MV E R T M O D EM U L T I I o I I I r I r I t I r I r I r I I I o .o i CH 1 OFF c = = o 3 g 6' o g o . o .a F R O MV E R T M O D EM U L T I FEEDBACK I A M P L I FE R NO. U* 'n |Cl tleü-. (D -e.dBJfiüIr.r:P P R O B ET I -@ Eroou | @l R441 R440 FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER NO.2 F TO TRIGGER CIRCUIT u.

. the signal is attenuated purpose. The VerticalParaphase Amplifier stagecontainsthe VERT GAIN adiustment(R470) that setsthe overallgainof the verticalsystem.The HorizontalParaphase Amplifier stagecontainsthe HORIZ (R GA I N adjus t m en t 4 7 5 ).ble of variable Tt-1.the Sweep Generator supplies In the to clock pulses the VerticalMode Multivibrator(U440)for In alternateswitchingbetweenchannels. In sryitch positions . A VOLTS/DlV switch (S310or 5410). In the dual-tracemode. the Sweep Generatorbecomesa feedback amplifier to amplify the signalapplied to the of CH 1 probe tip. is on diagram f. I I I I I I I IO I I I I I I Input signals for verticaldeflectionof the CRT of the the 214 are applied to the tips of the attached probes. Each Input Amplifier provides control of input coupling. 6.. of A schematic thesecircuitsis on diagram of 2. The STEP ATTEN BAL adjustments produced on command (triggerpulse) from the Trigger (R315 and R417) control the trace shift when switching Generator circuit.A schematic the SingleSweepcircuit 3. addition.?ro. This offers variable(uncalibrated) which generates X-Y. controlledby the setting the SEC/DlV (53601 of The 214 can be operated singletrace by turning either verticalPOS control to the OFF detent. vertical Trigger Generato.1 V/DlV and up.This gate si gnal i s ampl i fi ed by U nbl anki ngA mpl i fi er 0134 and applied to the CRT to unblank the CRT during sweep presentation. and the Horizontal POS control (R480). precision attenuators are used (in SweepGenerator O addition to changing the gain of U320-Dand U320-C)to achieve the correct deflection factors. except acrossR320 and R420.th e VA R H OR IZ MA G control (R476). The single-ended input signals are appliedto paraphase amplifiers. verticaldeflection and position (with channel on-OFF) for the appropriate Integratedcircuit U370 is a combinationTrigger/Sweep ch annel. 6-4) from circuit. balance. or from the directly coupled COMP signal from the input of the Vertical Output Amplifier. 6-3 showsa detailedblock diagram of the Trigger/Sweep Generatorcircuits. 6-2 showsa detailedblock diagram theseOutput Amplifiers.Fig. When the VAR portion of U370 serves multiple a The SweepGenerator VOLTS/DlV control is rotated.varia. The Trigger Generatorcan also select signals Input signalsapplied to the tips of the probes are from an external signalappliedto the EXT TRIG input connectedto the appropriate Attenuation Stagethrough bananajack. circuit is on diagram Sweep Sinsle O In the SingleSweepmode of operation.In all positionsof the SEC/DIV switch. slope.this disables that channelin the last feedbackstageof the Input Amplifier through the operationof the Vertical Mode Multivibrator U440.O attenuation. the correctdeflection factor is achieved changing by the gain of Feedback Amplifiers U320-D and U320-C. Controlsare providedin this circuit to select the INPUT COUPLING switches(5305 and 5405). either from the capacitivelycoupled CH 2 is shownon diagram1.1 s h o w sa d e ta i l e db l o c k d i a g r amof the Generator. deflection factors between the calibrated settings of the a linear sawtoothvoltagewaveform. and a Vertical Centeringadiustment (R101) to set DC centering. lTotitilr.uig. The CH 2 triggersignalis present regardless the of CH 2 POS control setting. and source. Verticaland Horizontal Output Amplifie* €> The Vertical and HorizontalOutput Amplifiersprovide the final amplificationfor the deflectionsignals. Fig. The slope of the sawtooth voltage is betweendeflectionfactors.1 V/DIV. The trigger level. gate alsoproduces unblanking an The SweepGenerator signal coincidentwith the sawtoothwaveform. The The Sweep Start Holdoff waveform (seeFig. Fig. Vertical Input Amplifier. of schematic this circuit is on diagram VOLTS/DlV switchesbelow . U105-A and U105-8.the Auto Trigger is disabled and sweepinitiation is controlledby the Single Sweep Reset circuit. 6-3 showsa detailed deflection factor in each channel is determinedby the block diagram of the Trigger/Sweep Generatorcircuits. to convert the signal into push-pulloutput signals. is to Sweep the SweepGenerator applied the Single The positivegoingstep of this waveform {SweepStartl is coupledthrough C530 to turn on 0530. control input. In all positions the of 2. A schematic this circuit of internally.I I I O - Circuit Descriptio n-21 4 Service Vertical InputAmptifiers O from the Paraphase output signals Amplifiersreceive final amplificationin the common baseOutput Amplifier stages. When0530 turns @ 6-3 . switch.This output signalis VOLTS/DIV switch. the X-Y position of the SEC/DIV switch.: factor. depending upon the sweeprate. I Both amplifierscontain the same basiccircuitry. the SweepGeneratoris an integrator. A schematic this 2.couplins. Also. Sweep Start Holdoff is controlled by latch circuit 0532 and 0535 instead of the of Sweep Generator. the instrument will automatically chop or alternate. The Trigger portion derives trigger signals Vertical Input Amplifier circuit.F ig.

DS535. At this time the READY indicator light. 1974 . turns on.Fi g. The next Trigger Pulse received by the SvueepGenerator ends the Sweep Start Holdoff and initiates a sweep.Additional i A ci rcui tryi ncl uded s the E nhance mpl i fi er.and target. bi The C R T usedi n the214 i s a di rect-vi ew stable or age st cathode-raytube containing special storageelementsin .Circuit Descriptio n-214 Service INPUO"''''"J T VERTICAL S I G N A L F R O M- o: VERT CENTE R1 0 1 PARAPHASE A M P LI F I E R U 1O5B VERTICAL SIGNAL TO CRT H O RI Z O N T A L F SIGNAL ROM u370 PARAPHASE A M P LI F I E R U1O5A tril R475 R480 H O RI Z O N T A L SIGNAL TO CRT I I I I I I r-l ( J r i I n I r'l^ rz_ I ll\l I ol R476 l e^rrv I R474 l*ilff"I 1483-18 F i g . wall band. DEC. The preventing Sweep emitterof 0532 is held positive. When the RESET button is pressedthe latch circuit is again enabled and 0530 is turned off. to storase Q the voltagelevels necessary The Storage circuit provides to operatethe flood gun.a schematic is on di agram 3. V e r t i c a l a n d H o r i z o n t a l o u t p u t a m p l i f i e r sd e t a i l e d b l o c k d i a g r a m . o n .6 . the Start Holdoff from returning the SweepReadystate.5 showsa to detailedblock diagram the Storage of circuit. B. 6 .w hich per m it s fast S i ngl eS w eepdi spl ays be S tored.2 . t he lat c h c ir c u i t (0 5 3 2 a n d 0 5 3 5 ) i s d i s a bl ed. or I I I I I I I I 6-4 REV.

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and has no effect on the bombarding energy of the electrons. Storage the screen(target) operates in the ready-to-write state.With a different set of appliedvoltages. Automated Enhanceoccursonly in the Store. when it is bombardedwith high energy writing beam current. the portion shiftsto the STOREDmode to storea bombarded written display.The Enhance pulsefrom a Amplifier (0520 and 0521) receives negative the SingleSweep Resetcircuit when the READY light is extinguished. the targetoperates the conventional. ldentification of portions of the Sweep Start Holdoff waveform at Pin 5 of the Single Sweep Board. mode. The ready-to-write set by Operational Level control R510 in the Target C ont r olA m plif ier( O5 1 0 . This or I 6-6 @ . then. 6-4. This pulse raisesthe target voltage above the writing threshold and writes the entiretargetwith flood gun electrons. 5 1 2 ). 0 EnhanceAmplifier. StorageErase.1 millisecond/division above.With one conditionof appliedpotentials. R526. ol I I I I I I I addition to the conventional writing gun elements. As the switch and releasing makes contact. a positive€oingpulse (about +155V) is applied to the target and wall band through the Target Control & Wall Board Amplifiers. Power is appliedby the -100 volt supply to the flood gun. pulling the target voltagebelow the ready-to-write potential. The operating mode of the tube dependsprimarily on the voltages applied to these storage electrodes. The wall bandserves a lensto distributethe flood gun as electronsuniformly over the storagetarget.Eraseof a Stored display is achieved by pressing the ERASE button. Then the target and wall band are gradually returnedto the ready-to-write state. and the Storage circuit only with the STORE button pushedin. to With powerapplied the Enhance Amplifier from the SEC/DlV switch. This reduces power drain from the batteries the when in the NONSTORE modeof operation. in NONSTORE. When the ERASE button is released. The amplitude of this Enhance pulse is determinedby the Enhance Level control. negativegoing a pul se (about -155V ) i s appl i edto the target and wall band. Single Sweep Mode of operation and at sweep and ratesof 0.Circuit Descriptio n-214 Service F_sTffi"'Jf'-l o: I I I SINGLESWEEP _ HOLDOFF I I I Fig. Differences in the CRT sensitivitybetween STORE and NONSTORE modes are compensated by the Store Gain control.The voltage level of the wall band is determinedby R506 potential of the target is through 0505.the Enhance Amplifier produces a positivepulseto the Target Control Amplifier and wall band circuits. for R275.

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Rectifiers CR261 through CR268 provide the negative accelerating potential for the CRT. Voltage output is approximately -1000 volts at the CRT cathode. Filament voltage for the CRT is provided by a separatewinding of T25O. Display intensity and focus are controlled by R395 and R294 respectively. The Trace Rotation adjustment controls the current through L300 and affects both the v e r t i c a la n d h o r i z o n t a l a l i g n m e n to f t h e C R T b e a m .

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WaveformMeasurements: The 214 Oscilloscope under test: The front and side panel controls are set to mid-range. The tolerance of the voltagesand waveforms is 2Oo/". The input coupling switchesare set to AC. FairchildModel7050 or equivalent. The test oscilloscopeusedfor the wave forms was a Tektronix7503 with a readoutdisplay. test oscilloscopewith readout is required. The vertical input is AC coupled. 10 lnput impedance: MSI Range:0-l kV RECOMMENDED TYPE Tektronix 2'11or equivalent. The verticaldeflection is set to 1 m with a two millivolt sguarewave connectedto CH I and a two millivolt sinewave connected CH 2. Voltmeter common is connected to the instrument common. . the vertical deflection and horizontal timing is indicatedon the waveform photo.5 m with a trjggereddisplay. The SEC/DIV to switch is set for 0.214 Service AND WAVEFORMS VOLTAGES The voltagesand waveformsshownon this diagramwere obtained by using the following test set-ups and test equipment. Tektronix 7D13 Digitalmultimeter. Input coupling switches ground (GND). VoltageMeasurements: Set the front and sidepanelcontrolsto mid-range. TEST EOUIPMENT RECOMMENDED ITEM Oscilloscope Voltmeter nonloading igital d multimeter SPECIFICATIONS Frequency response 500 kilohertz. Trace posito tioned to the centerhorizontalline. Test Oscilloscope: The test oscilloscope internally is triggered.

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1k V R E C O M M E N D E DY P E T Tektronix211 or equivalent. The verticaldeflection is set to 1 m with a two millivolt square waveconnected CH 1 and a to two millivolt sinewaveconnected CH 2. Voltmeter common is connected to the instrument common. Fairchild Model7050 or equivalent. VoltageMeasurements: Set the front and sidepanelcontrolsto mid-range.the verticaldeflectionand horizontaltiming is indicatedon the waveform photo.The test oscilloscopeusedfor the wave forms was a Tektronix 7503 with a readoutdisplay. The tolerance of the voltagesand waveforms is 2O%. The SEC/DlV to switchis setfor 0.214 Sewice VOLTAGES AND WAVEFORMS The voltages and waveforms shownon this diagram were obtained by using the following test set-upsand test equipment. T e k t r o n i x D 13 D i g i t a l u l t i m e t e r . Trace posito tioned to the centerhorizontalline.5 m with a triggered display. B ECOMMENDED TEST EOUIPMENT ITEM Oscilloscope Voltmeter nonloading digital multimeter SPECIFICATIONS Frequencyresponse 500 kilohertz. Input impedance: MO 10 R a n g e : 0 . The vertical input is AC coupled. WaveformMeasurements : The 214 Oscilloscope under test: The front and side panel controls are set to mid-range. Input coupling wvitches ground (GND). The input coupling switchesare set to AC. Test Oscilloscope:The test os€illoscopeis internally triggered. 7 m test oscilloscopewith readout is required. .

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your local w T e k t r o n i x . an ltem Name is separated from the description by a colon (:).I Section 8-214 Service :o I I I I I I I REPLACEABLE ELECTRICALPARTS INFORMATION PARTSORDERING R e p l a c e m e n tp a r t s a r e a v a i l a b l ef r o m o r t h r o u g h y o u r l o c a l T e k t r o n i x . is located at the rear of this manual. SPECIALNOTESAND SYMBOLS X000 00X Partfirst addedat this serialnumber afterthis serialnumber Part removed lo I I I I I I ITEM NAME ln the Parts List. an ltem Name may sometimes appear as incomplete.S. and to give you the benefit of the latest circuit i m p r o v e m e n t sd e v e l o p e d i n o u r e n g i n e e r i n g d e p a r t m e n t . if any.l n c . Changes to Tektronix instruments are sometimes made to accommodate improved components as they become available. serial number. F i e l dO f f i c e or representative.t o i n c l u d e t h e f o l l o w i n g i n f o r m a t i o ni n y o u r o r d e r : P a r t n u m b e r . l t i s t h e r e f o r e i m p o r t a n t . Because of space limitations. ABBREVIATIONS ACTR ASSY CAP CER CKT COMP CONN ELCTLT ELECINCAND LED NONWIR ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY CAPACITOR CERAMIC CIRCUIT COMPOSITION CONNECTOR ELECTROLYTIC ELECTR]CAL INCANDESCENT DIODE LIGHTEMITT{NG NON WIREWOUND PLSTC QTZ RECP RES RF SEL SEMICOND SENS VAR WW XFMB XTAL PLASTIC QUARTZ RECEPTACLE RESISTOR RADIOFREQUENCY SELECTED SEMICONDUCTOR SENSITIVE VARIABLE WIREWOUND TRANSFORMER CRYSTAL !. i n s t r u m e n t type or number. w h e n o r d e r i n g p a r t s . F i e l d O f f i c e o r r e p r e s e n t a t i v e i l l c o n t a c t y o u c o n c e r n i n ga n y c h a n g e i n p a r t number. lf a part you have ordered has been replaced with a new or lmproved part. Change information. the U. Federal Cataloging Handbook H6-1 can be utilizedwhere possible. and modification number if applicable. I n c . For further ltem Name identification. I @ 8-1 .

TRTMPOT PRODUCTS DrV. CA 93446 I{EST PALI'I BEACII. D E L M A RA V E . DIV. SEMI-CONDUCTOR PRODUCTS DEPARTMENT ELECTRONICS PARK KDI PYROFILM CORPORATION 60 S JEFFERSONROAD MOTOROLA. CODE NUMBER MANUFACTURER TO Mfr. U. BOX 609 ol I I I I t I o: 8-2 R E V H . P. BECKMAN INSTRIJMENTS. cTs coRP. S. DIV. INC. rL 60016 COMPTONCIL 90224 . OF 3029 E. MEPCODrV.NJ 07960 O G A L L A L A . W. CA 94042 PASO ROBLES. 1 9 0 7 0 R E Y E SA V E . MALLORYCAPACITORCO. PTIOENTX. R. INC. I{EST BLVD ERrE TECHNOLOGTCAL PRODUCTS.. INC. OF A FAIRCHILD CAMERAAND INSTRTMENT CORP. .rNC. rNC. . IitE 68601 o: I I I I I I ALLEN-BRADLEY COMPANY 12OI 2ND STREET SOUTII TEXAS INSTRI]MENTS. l . t2Trr ST. A P. 1 7 I O S . rN 46514 ERIE. 464 ELLIS STREET cTS KEENE.AZ 85036 MOUNTAINVIEhI. p I { A R M T N T S T E R . 29OO SEMICONDUCTOR DR. P O BOX 500 ELECTRA-MIDLAND CORP.. O. BOX 372 DALE ELECTRONICS. INC.PO BOX 20923 FAIRCHILD SEMICONDUCTOR. CAPACITORCORP/CENTRALAB ELECTRONICS IV.. SEMICONDUCTOR P O B O X 5 0 1 2 . SEMICONDUCTOR PROD. D 4561 coLoRADo NATIONAL SEI'TICONDUCTOR CORP. F I R S T S T . TRI. DrV. ITT SEMICONDUCTORS 3301 ELECTRONICS T{AY P O BOX 3049 ELECTROCUBE INC. NORTHI. FL 33402 s A N G A B R T E L . HELIPOT DIV. P O B O X 5 8 2 5 C-I. DIV. 905 N. INC. p O B O X 9 6 TEKTRONIX.A 1 8 9 7 4 BEAVERTON.. 644 W. MALLORY ND CO.. MILLER.. I{ASIIINGTON STREET P. CA 92507 STATE COLLEGE.rNC. City. I2OO COLUMBIAAVE. PA 16512 FULLERTON. INC.N E 6 9 1 5 3 TNDIANAPOLTSrN 46206 . 1 3 5 0 0 N C E N T R A L GROUP EXPRESS}JAY GENERALELECTRIC COMPANY. CA 95051 RMRSTDE. 3230 RIVERSIDEAVE. 22 COLUMBIA ROAD TRI{ ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS.Code 01121 0l 295 03508 03888 04713 07263 1t237 r4433 r4752 16546 270L4 32997 5t642 56289 71 4 5 0 72982 73138 7591 s 76493 79727 80009 8003 I 8441I 90201 9r637 Manufacturer State.ReplaceableEleclrlcal Parts-2l4 Servlce I Address CROSS INDEX-MFR.OR 97077 MORRISTOhIN. 5005 E MCDOI{ELLRD.. DALLAS..IEST IIT{Y B E L L I N D U S T R I E S . CA 92634 DES PLATNES. J.I CAPACITORS l l 2 I . 25OO HARBORBLVD. O.l INDUSTRIES 5 5 0 D A V I S V T L L ER D . Y 13201 N W H T P P A N YN J 0 7 9 8 1 . 2820 E COLLEGEAVENUE SPRACUE ELECTRIC CO. Zip MILI'IAUKEE WL 53204 . COLUIiBUS.C A 9 0 0 3 9 SANTA CLARA. CENTREENGINEERINGINC.I N C . 8OO E. rNC.C A 9 1 7 7 6 L O S A N G E L E S . BOURNS. LITTELFUSE. PA 16801 NORTHADAMS. . TX 75222 SYRACUSE. t4A 01247 ELKIIART. M AY 1980 I .

?OOV D C A P . lUF. . .OpT 2 Oltt y) 274Ct0 230BlFl03 274Ct0 230BlFl03 TEKI2-33592 I c2l0 c2t0 285-0933-00 28s-0935-00 r4752 A-1480 56289 430P179 t I czt2 c2t2 285-0925-00 285-0933-00 C A P . 4 U F .2 O Z .FXD.0 0 B066827 281-0591-00 8010100 8066826 283-0180-00 8. F X D . 2 0 0 V : 844rr (nournAl VALUE. F X D . 3 0 0 0 V (llourxll VALUE.E L C T L T 4 .50V D C A P . .0 0 8066827 283-0lll-00 283-0111-00 290-0524-00 290-05?4-00 290-0522-00 281-0591-00 8010100 8066826 2 8 3 . F X D . + 8 0 . 5 0 V D C A P .l 0 Z . 5 O V l C A P .P L S T C 0 . F X D . 4 U F . 2 0 2 . 7 U F .. .C E R D I : 5 6 0 0 P F. .2 0 2 . 4 0 0 V : (r. SEE OpT INFORMATION. l 0 V : C A P . sEE opr rNFoRMATroN.SEE OpT INFORMATION. F X D .P L S T C 2 U F . F X D .C E R D I : 5 6 0 0 P F . Part Ckt No.E L C T L T 4 . 2 0 0 V : (nournal vALUE. .. 2 0 0 V : (nournu vALUE.CER I : 0.P L S T C0 .2 O Z . SELECTED FoR LrtfE VoLTAGE AND FREQUENCY. . l U F .E L C T L T : U F .. F X D .0 0 l 283-0111-00 281-0591-00 8010100 8066826 2 8 3 . C E RD I : 0 .2 0 2 .C E R D I : 0 . 2 0 0 V CAP. P L S T C3 . SELEcTED FoR LrNE voLTAcE AND FREQUENCv. 2 0 2 . SELEcTED FoR LrNE voLTAGE AND FREQUENCY. SELECTED FoR LrNE VoLTAGE AND FREQUENCY.. F X D . F X D . F X D .1 0 2 . C A P . F X D . opr I oNLy) C A P .CER I : 5600PF.tATroN) C A P . sEE oprroN rNFoRI. C E R I : 0 . C E RD I : 0 . . l } V : C A P . .2OOV CAP.P L S T C4 .P L S T C 2 U F . 2 O " A6 0 0 V : 14752 . 2 O Z. 4 0 0 V : 14752 A-1480 (nournel VALUE. 2 0 2 . C E RD I : 5 6 0 0 P F . . . F X D . opr I oNLy) t I 2 8 3 . C E RD I : 5 6 0 0 P F . sEE oprroN tnronuarron) C A P . 2 0 2 . MAY 1980 8-3 . 3 0 0 0 V D (nournel VALUE. F X D .0 1 8 0 . . . 2 0 0 V C A P . F X D . I O O V C A P . 7 U F . F X D .FXD. SELEcTED FoR LrNE voLTAcE AND FREQUENCY. . 2 0 7 ". 0 0 2 2 U F . 1 0 2 . F X D .. OpT 2 Oltty) f. 5 0 V C A P . I czt2 285-0935-00 56289 430P179 REVH. I 0 Z .tourua.OpT I Ottty) C A P . 2 0 U . 0 0 l U F .0 1l . SELECTED FoR LrNE voLTAcE AND FREQUENcv. l U F .0 1 8 0 .. F X D .2O"A.l 0 Z . P L S T C3 . C E R I : 0 .y) 80009 670-274L-tr 80009 670-274t-21 80009 670-274t-31 80009 670-2676-00 80009 670-2676-0I 80009 146-0033-00 80009 r46-0033-00 72982 72982 72982 72982 72982 72982 90201 90201 56289 72982 72982 72982 8l2l-N088Z5ULO4M 8t2l-N08825U104M 39300125v05622 8121N204 562M E 8121-N08825U104M 8l2l-N088Z5Ul04M TDC475n0loEL TDC475M0loEL l96Dl05x0050nAl 39300125v05622 8121N204 562M E 39300125v05622 CKT BOARDASSY:POI{ERSUPPLY (oprron 2 oNLy) 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 0 5 9 9 9 9 CKT BOARDASSY:SINGLE STTIEEP 8060000 CKT BOARDASSY:SINGLE SI{EEP B A T T E R YA S S Y : 2 S E T S O F 5 B A T T E R YA S S Y : 2 S E T S O F 5 C A P . SEE OpT INFORI. F X D . SELEcTED FoR LrNE votrAcE AND FREQUENcv. I U F . F X D .FXD. F X D . Z O O V 56289 C A P .. 2 0 0 V CAP. 6 0 0 V : 14752 c A P .2 O Z . + 8 0 . ? O O V 56289 C A P . O I U F .CERDI : 5600PF.I Replaceable ElectrlcalParte-214 Servlce :o I I I I I Tektronix e r i a l / M o d eo . . SELECTEDFoR LrNE voLTAcE AND FREQUENCY.IERSUPPLY A3 A3 A3 A4 A4 BT2l6 BT2t7 c10l cl03 c104 cl04 cIl3 cll5 ct25 ct27 cI29 cl50 cl50 cl53 cl53 c204 c204 (oprrou t onl. . 3 U F . 3 U F .2 0 2 . 2 0 2 . Eff Dscont AI AI AI AI A2 A3 Name Description & Mfr Code Mfr PartNumber 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 670-2353-01 670-2353-03 670-2353-05 670-2353-07 670-1505-02 670-274t-OA 670-2353-01 670-2353-03 670-2353-05 670-2353-07 670-l 505-02 670-2741-OO 670-274t-Il 670-2741-21 670-274I-31 670-2676-00 670-2676-0r 146-0033-00 146-0033-00 B 0 l 0 l 0 0 8 0 5 5 6I 1 CKT BOARDASSY: INPUT 8 0 5 5 6 1 2 8 0 8 9 9 9 9 CKT BOARDASSY: INPUT 8090000 8099999 CKT BOARDASSY: INPUT B100000 CKT BOARDASSY: INPUT CKT B O A R DA S S Y : A M P L I F I E R B 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 0 4 9 9 9 9 CKT BOARDASSY: POI{ER SUPPLY B050000 CKT BOARDASSY:POtfERSUPpLy CKT BOARD ASSY: POI. O I U F .P L S T C 4 . sEE opr rNFoRMATroN.20Z. I 0 2 . F X D .C E R D I : 0 .5 0 V C A P . 1 U F ..TATION.2OZ.l vALUE. C E RD I : 0 .. F X D . S Nl No. 2 0 U . I U F . SEE OPTTONTNFORMATTON) C A P . 2 0 0 V : 84411 TEKl2l-33592 (nournal vALUE.066827 283-0263-00 283-0279-00 lo I I I I 72982 8121N204 562M E 56289 33C319 s6289 55c153 c206 c206 c207 c207 c2l0 283-0057-00 285-1065-00 283-0057-00 281-1065-00 285-0925-00 B0l0l00 Bo5l099 B051 00 1 8010100 8051099 B 0 5 t1 0 0 C A P .

F X D . o l U F . 5 0 0 V 90201 : C A P . F X D . . F X D . vALUE. C E RD r : 0 .CER I : 0. 2 0 1 43 0 0 0 V . 0 1 U F . .FXDTCER r :0.0lUF'+100-02. 1 5 0 V : C A P . F X D . C E RD r : 0 . T N D T V T D U AT T M T N G A P A C T T O R S BY THE g-DIGIT IN THIS ASSY MUST BE ORDERED PART NT'II{BER. LSTC 1-3. 2 5 P F . F X D . . . 5 2 . OPT I ONLY) FREQUENCY.FxD.TITH R3O6A-F) P : C A P . . . 0 l U F .C E R D I : 0 . . C E R I : 0 . PartNo. F X D . O I U F . F x D . + 1 0 0 .CER I :87 PF. + 8 0 . Z P F . SELECTED FoR LrNE VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY. . 5PF'500V C A P . 0 0 2 2 U F.E L C T L T l 0 0 U F . .2 O 7 " I O V : C A P . E L C T L: 0 . L S T C l . 5 0 0 V Mfr Code Mfr PartNumber 56289 33C319 56289 55C153 o: I czr6 c236 c238 c239 c24l c247 c25l c253 c256 c257 c258 c260 c26r c262 c263 c264 c265 c266 c267 c?68 c269 c270 c273 c280 c28l c282 c301 c3068. 3 0 0 0 V (nournu. F X D .5 0 0 V C c A P . 5 2 ' 1 0 0 0 V 56289 D C A P . . C E R I : 0 . .VAR. C E RD I : 0 . 2 O ' 4 3 5 V . + 1 0 0 . C 3 6 4 .0 2 .. F X D . F X D . l U F . c306D. F X D .. C E RD l : 2 7 0 P F . 2 5 P F . l O V I 8441 IU CAP SET.E L C T L T 6 . .FXD.sOV : C A P .20%. C 3 6 3 . 5 0 V : C A P . . L O V . 6 0 0 V NTT{K. C E RD r : 0 . 2 0 " Ä s O V r D CAP.C E R D I : 8 . l 0 0 V C A P . 0 1 U F ' + 1 0 0 .. F X D . c368 c370 c 3 7I c372 c373 283-0204-00 283-0251-00 X8055612 290-0523-00 283-0068-00 C A P .E L C T L T 6 8 U F . lUF. (ttourl'rel VALUE.l 5 U. + 1 0 0 ... F X D . Z I J F 2 0 " 4 .CER I : 0. 3 5 V C A P .0 2 . F X D . 0 l U F .5 0 0 V c A P . P L S T : l . 0 l u F .0 2 . 00v 72982 8I21N06125U0103M 72982 81218145C0G0870J 56289 196D225X002ottA1 56289 r9g24r o: 8-4 R E V I. 207" .2 0 7 . 2 0 V . . .CER I :0. oluF.+ 8 0 . C E RD I : 0 . 2 A i 4. C E R I : 1 2 P F . . +/ ' 9 .HYB CKT: (TURITSNND AS A UNIT I.F c307 c308 c309 c3l3 c32r c323 c323 c327 c329 c348 c349 c353 c3621 c 3 63 l $641 283-0068-00 283-0003-00 290-0534-00 290-0283-00 283-0028-00 290-05t 9-00 35-0I 290-05 I 290-0535-0 7 290-051 -00 283-0057-00 I 290-05 7-00 283-0068-00 283-01 7-00 7 283-0068-00 283-0068-00 283-0068-00 283-0068-00 283-0068-00 283-0068-00 283-0068-00 283-0001-00 283-01I l-00 283-0105-00 I 283-01 1-00 I 283-01 1-00 290-0164-00 285-0697-06 307-0307-01 281-0178-00 281-0178-00 281-0178-00 283-0000-00 283-0168-00 281-0645-00 B 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 0 5 2 5 4 1 281-0645-00 B052542 I 283-01 1-00 290-0530-00 283-0084-00 283-0076-00 290-0524-00 295-0r44-00 56289 72982 56289 56289 56289 9020I 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 56289 72982 72982 56289 72982 72982 56289 80009 80009 l9g24r 855-55825U-1032 I96D105X0035HA1 r62D474X90358C2 19c606 TDCt07M02ot{LD r96D336X00lOKAI 196D336x0010KA1 196D685X0035KA1 274Cr0 196D685X0035KA1 L9C24r 273C5 l9024r l9024r L9C24r t9g24r l9024l r9024r r9g24r 831-559E502P 8121-N088Z5Ul04M 4lC3l6 8121-N08825U104M 812I-N08825U104M 500Dl05Fl50BA7 285-0697-06 307-0307-01 t I I t t ol I I I I I I 80031 2805D013R5BIto2F0 80031 80031 72982 72982 72982 72982 2805D013R58tt02F0 2805D0l3R5Blto2F0 831-5168102P 8l0lBl21C0G0120J 374018C0H0829C 374018C0H0829C 8121-N088Z5Ul04M rDc686M006NLF 838-533B27rJ 40C287A2 TDC475M0lOEL TEKI0l-0009R5 72982 C A P .2 0 7 " . 00lUF'MATCIIED C L r c 3 6 2 . . 0 0 5 U F .C E R D r : 8 . 6 V 72982 C A P .0 2 . C E R I : 0 . . l U F . F X D T C E R I : 0 . F X D . .E L C T L T :3 3 U F. Eff c2I5 c215 283-0263-00 283-0279-OO Name Description & C A P .0 2 '5 0 0 V c A P .0 2 .FXD. 2 0 2 . .3 . 0 0 2 2 U F. . 5 P F .P L S T C 0 . F X D .E L C T L T : 2 .. 2 0 2 .. 2 0 0 0 V D CAP. + 1 0 0 . D C A P . F X D .1 0 2 .+100-02. 5 P F '5 0 0 V : P CAP.E L C T L T 3 3 U F . 5 0 0 v D C A P . FXD..0 2 . 01UF. F X D . 2 0 i ( .202. 0 0 1 U F . + 5 0 . F X D .E L C T L T 4 .. .5Z' l00V C A P .5 0 0 V c A P .0 .C E R D I : 0 .F X D . .E L C T L T l U F .5 0 0 V D C A P . 5 0 V 9020r : C A P . SELEcTED FoR LrNE voLTAGE AND SEE OPT INFORMATION. 2 0 2 . V A R . C E R I : 2 7 P F .2 O Z . L 5 0 V CAP.C E R D r : 0 . 8 U F.3 . 0 1 U F . 8 U F. + 8 0 . : C A P . 500V c A P .FXD. . F X D . + I . F X D . . + 8 0 . Dscont CktNo. 7 U F .LETTER SUFFIX AND TOLERANCE PRINTED ON THE TIMING CAPACITORSIN THE r -) 285-xxxx-xx exAltpln: AssEltBLY. 5 0 0 v D C A P . F X D . + 1 0 0 . SEE OPTION INFORMATION) C A P . z P F. .. F X D . 2 0 V C A P .2 O Z . 5 0 0 V C A P .. C E R r : 0 . F X D .2 0 % .50V D CAP.E L C T L T 6 .1 0 2 . .5 0 0 v D C A P . 0 l U F . 2 5 V D C A P . V A R . lUF. .. F X D . C E R I : 0 .FXD. .C E R D I : 0 . l 0 Z ' 3 5 V C A P . C E RD r : l U F . + 1 0 0 .0 2 .F X D . ELCTLT: lUF .+100-02. I U F ' 2 0 2 ' 5 0 V D C A P . + 1 0 0 .ReplaceableEleclrical Parts-2l4 Service Nl T e k t r o n i xS e r i a l / M o d eo . F X D . + 1 0 0 .C E R D I : 0 . MAY 1980 . 2 0 7 " . C E R I : 0 . . 0 0 1 u F . F X D . F X D .5 0 0 v cAp. 500v D c A P .cER Dr :0. l U F .IATCHED:F'0.I. + 5 . F X D . .35V T C A P . . D CAP.0 2 . F X D . 4 7 U F . F X D . . 2 0 7 ". ? O O V : C A P . 0 1 U F .C E R D I : 0 . (pmt OF CIRCUIT BOARD) 5 D cAP. 5 0 0 V c A p . F X D .

0022UF. . 5 P F ' 5 0 0 V C A P . 0 Z .+100-02. P L S T Cl:.20%. 1 0 0 V CN. l50MA SEI.. 5Z' l00V D C A P ..IK. 375V'4OOI'{A.r3 c5I2 c536 loiii' c. 400V'400I'{A SEMICOND : D SEUICOND EVICE SILICON' 375V'4OOMA'SEL : D SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. 2 O % . I 50MA D S E M I C O N D E V I C E :S I L I G O N . F X D .FXD. 2 O " 4 .3 . 5 0 0 V I C A P . 28l-0I78-00 2 8 1 . 5 0 V : D SEUICOND EVICE SILICON.50V 283-0176-00 8060000 l C A P . .5 2 . l50l'{A SEMICOND DEVICE: SILICON. cR266 I r O iüli cR26B I 5 2 . 5 P F .5OV 283-01 9-00 3 283-0326-00 152-0488-00 I 5 2 . 6 0 0 V NTI. l U F . . F X D .*. .3 . 2 l J F .052542 290-0524-00 290-05 5-00 3 290-0535-00 2 8 3 . C ED I : 0 .FXD.1000V C CAP. . 200V 283-006 -00 7 2 8 3 .FXD.0 2 . C E R I : 5 . C E R I : 0 .'il I I I r :.3 . .+100-02.50V D C A P .HYB CKT: (rurutsurD As A uNrr I{rrH n+ooe-r) C A P . 5 P F ' 5 0 0 V D CAP. V A R .. . F X D . C E R I : 1 8 0 P F .01I 1 .200V. I 500MA : D SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. 0 0 1 u F .0 1 0 7 . +/ . F X D . DEVICE: SILICON.CER I : 300PF. SEMICOND DEVICE: SILICON. F X D .i? :ffi1 cRz 53 I r I :#: cRz58 cR262 cR262 :13:l I I :iili cR264 cR265 :l. .0 2 152-0141-02 t52-Ot4L-02 I 52-0141-02 I 5 2 . P L S T Cl:.0 .CER I : 0. z O Y : C A P . 00lUF' l0Z. 0lUF.. 5 0 0 V . F X D . 1000V : c A P . C E RD r : 0 .400V. 0 1 5 U F .30V. ERDI : 0.20"4. l 0 0 v D CAP.+100-02r500v D CAP.SEL DEVICE: SILICON. P L S T:C .IICOND BVICE SILICON.FXD.400V. 5 P F .2 0 0 V 283-0208-00 D CAP.I : O Replaceable Electrlcal Parts-214 Service t _ Part c k t N o No.CER r :0.375V.. E L C T L T2 . V A R .. .0 3 80009 152-0107-03 I I REV J. 2 O Z . 400V' 400MA SEI'{ICOND : D SEUICOND EVICE SILICON' 375V'4OOMA.01 4 1 . + 8 0 .500v c A P .FXD.FXD.1 0 2 . .FXD.0 0 283-0103-00 283-0087-00 283-00I 3-00 285-069 -06 7 131:3'!111 ti8ät:.5 2 .CER r : 0.IICOND DEVICE: SILICON.FXD.400MA : SEI'{ICOND EVICE SILICON. Eff Dscont Name Description & : C A P . + 1 0 0 .CER Dl : 0. V A R . 3 7 5 V . F X D . 5 0 0 v D cAP.CER I : l50PF.E L C T L T 3 3 U F .00IUF.2 0 2 ' 1 0 V : c A P . JAN 1981 8-5 . 3 5 V D cAP. .+100-02. 150M4 DEVICE: SILICON.0 0 283-0198-00 r iili c49l c493 . 4001'lA SEI'IICOND : D SEUICOND EVICE SILICON.400MA'SEL DEVICE: SILICON. : E C A P . 6 P F . 5 0 V R 283-0268-00 D CAP.. 55V' 200MA DEVICE: SILICON. F X D . 0 8 2 U F .1 5 2 .. 3 0 V' I 5 0 M A D S E U I C O N D E V I C E :S I L I C O N .400V' 4001'{A SEL DEVICE: SILICON.FXD.:.FXD.20"Ä. C E RD r : 0 . 0lUF. : D S E M I C O N D E V I C E S I L I C O N .375V'4OOMA. 15 0 M A : SEI. F X D . .. T e k t r o n i xS e r i a l / M o d e l N o . 30V. l U F . F X D . F X D .0 0 281-0I78-00 283-0000-00 283-0168-00 281-0612-00 B0l0l00 B052541 281-0612-00 B.SEL : D SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. I O V c A P .0I 7 8 . 4 O O M AS E L SEUICONDDEVICE: SILICON. L C T L T4 .55V . 6 P F. P L S T C0 .CER I : l2PF.0 2 I 5 2 .0 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 0 5 9 9 9 9 C A P .50V Mfr Code Mfr PartNumber 56289 56289 56289 72982 72982 72982 56289 56289 56289 80009 80009 80031 80031 8003I 72982 72982 72982 72982 9020r 56289 56289 72982 72982 72982 72982 72982 72982 72982 51642 196D225X0020HA1 l96Dl05X0035HAl l9024l 831-5168102P 831-516E102P 8l2I-N088Z5urp4M 40C638 403637 33C29A7 285-0697-06 307-0307-01 2805D013R58H02F0 2805D013R58H02F0 2805D0l3R5Brr02r0 831-5168102P 810lBl2lC0c0l20J 374-001C0H0569D 374-001C0H0569D TDC475M0IoEL 196D336X00I0KA1 t96D336x00loKAl 813rNr4565I IO4Z 8121N08325V0224Vr 8151N230 224K C 835-5l5Bl02K 8l2lN075C0G047lJ 8l 2lB058X7RO222ttl 8121N083X7R0153K Wl00-050-X5Fl5tM c374 c376 I I I I liii !il.1 0 U .. F X D .2 0 2 .200MA SEI'IICOND SEUICONDDEVICE: SILICON. F X D ..CER I : 0. 22UF. F X D . 3 0 V .01 4 1 . lUF. + / ' 0 . .SEL 16546 Clr20C823K 047T3 01295 01295 01295 01295 01295 01295 07263 07263 01295 80009 01295 80009 01295 80009 0r295 80009 01295 80009 01295 80009 01295 80009 01295 3N55 FAMILY lN4t52R lN4I52R lN4l52R lN4l52R lN4I52R lN4t52R FDH-6012 FDH-6012 c727 152-0107-03 c727 152-0107-03 c727 152-0I07-03 c727 152-0107-03 c7Z7 152-0107-03 c727 r52-0107-03 G727 152-0107-03 c727 :ä. 5 0 0 V D CAP. .30V .0 2 I 52-0333-00 l 52-0333-00 152-0107-00 8010100 8029999 152-0107-03 8030000 152-0107-00 B0l0l00 8029999 152-0107-03 152-0107-00 152-0107-03 152-0107-00 152-0107-03 r52-0107'00 t52-0107-03 152-0107-00 r52-0107-03 152-0107-00 r52-0107-03 152-0107-00 8030000 B0l0l00 B029999 8030000 B0l0l00 8029999 8030000 B0l0l00 8029999 8030000 8010100 B029999 8030000 B0l0l00 8029999 8030000 8010100 8029999 8030000 D C A P . + 5 .FXD.C E R D I : 5 .30V.400V. 400V.400MA : D S E M I C O N D E V I C E S I L I C O N .500V D CAP.0I 7 8 .CER I :0.E L C T L T l U F . 2 2 U F .00IUF. F X D . C E RD I : 4 7 0 P F . c383 c401 c407 c408 c423 290-0523-00 290-0534-00 283-0068-00 283-0000-00 283-0000-00 2 8 3 .0 1 9 7 ..I07". 5 P F ' 5 0 0 V C A P .2 0 2 .CER I :0. cR21 5 D C A P .01 41 .400!'lA SEMICOND : D SEMICOND EVICE SILIGON'375V'4OOMA. C E R I : 0 . 7 U F . 3 7 5 V' 4 O O M AS E L . E L C T L:T 3 U F .2OZ. 400V'4001'IA SEI'{ICOND . l O V 3 C A P ...

30V.400l. C O N T A C T : F OJ A C K T I p R P O S T .1 0 5 7 .0 3 3 4 .30V.2MH Mfr C o d e M f rP a r t u m b e r N 01295 80009 0t295 80009 03508 0I295 01295 01295 01295 01295 03508 01295 0L295 01295 0t295 0t295 01295 01295 01295 01295 01295 01295 80009 80009 270t4 27014 80009 80009 c727 I52-0107-03 C727 152-0107-03 D8140 lN4152R tN4l52R lN4t52R 1N4I52R lN4t52R D8140 lN4l52R lN4l52R c727 c727 lN4l52R c727 tN4l52R IN4152R IN4152R lN4l52R lN4152R 150-r004-02 150-1031-01 sJ62775 sJ62775 150-1004-03 150-1031-02 o: I I I t I I 75915 212.30V.50l.1 0 0 4 .0 0 r 5 l -0432-00 l 5 r-0432-00 l 5t . N P N I TRANS ISTOR: SILICON. l50MA D : SEI'{ICOND DEVICE: SILICON.660NM. 5 S E C D . 400V r400MA SEMICOND DEVICE: SILICON.400V . JAN 1981 .375V.0 7 5 6 .0 0 xB090000 150-1004-03 B0r0r00 8054579 r 5 0 .DUAL T R A N S I S T O R :I L I C O N . P. 4 0 V .0 0 TRANS ISTOR: SILICON.0 6 9. I 50MA D : SEI'{ICOND DEVICE: SILICON.1sMA. 2 0 0 } f A D : SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. NPN t 5 l .Replaceable Electrical parts-214 Servlce Tektronix e r i a l / M o d eo . C O N T A C T : F OJ A C K T I p R C O I L .IA D : SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. l50l. W / I I O L D E R L E A D S & LAMP. I 50MA D : SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. NPN I : 151-0341-00 TRANS STOR SILICON.0 0 15 l-0432-00 l5t-0341-00 I 5t . l50MA D : SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. 2 5 0 V .SEL D : S E M I C O N D E V I C E S I L I C O N .0 2 8010100 8054579 1 5 0 . 2 0 0 M 4 D : SEI'iICOND DEVICE: SILICON. 4 0 0 M A D : S E M I C O N D E V I C E S I L I C O N . : UNIJUNCT ION I 5l . S E M I C O N D E V I C E S I { .30V.0 0 151-1072-00 B0l0l00 l 5 l . S D TRANS STOR SILICON.R F :l .JFE .TUBE DEFLE:GEOMETRY CORRECTION COIL. 150}. N .400V.F E .30V. U A L . 8 M H COIL. L E D : W / D I O D E . I 5 0 M A D LT EUITTING DIO:RED.IA D : S E M I C O N D E V I C E S I { .1 0 5 7 .S I . 30V .C H A N N E L .0 1 4 1 .0 0 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 07263 07263 80009 80009 80009 80009 07263 07263 07263 047t3 80009 80009 80009 l5l-0432-00 I5l-0432-00 l5l-0432-00 151-0432-00 l5l-0432-00 S040065 s036228 l5r-0334-00 r5l-0334-00 l5l-1072-00 l5l-r057-00 S040065 S040065 5040065 2N4851 t5r-0432-00 l5l-I072-00 l5l-r057-00 ol I I I I I I (r'unnrsunD A unrr wrru cnr) AS COIL.30V. F E . 3 7 5 V .1 0 6 1 .30V. N .tA D : SEMICOND EVICE SILICON.WIRE ND CONN A F U S E C A R T R I D G:E I N r 0 . 3 0 V .0 2 x8050000 r52-Ot4r-02 x8050000 152-0141-02 1 5 0 .DUAL l 5 l . NPN T R A N SS T O R: S I L I C O N .W/ttOlpnn & LEADS L A M P . 4 0 V . Part No. NPN TRANSISTOR SILICON. 30V. RF: l .RF:2. D U A L S or t 8-6 REV L. NPN : T R A N SS T O R: SI L I C O N .1 0 7 2 .660NM. Eff Dscont cR280 cR280 cR28l cR28l cR313 cR342 cR343 cR346 cR383 cR389 cR4l3 cR446 cR509 cR5ll cR5l2 cR5l3 cR5l4 cR522 cR524 cR526 cR528 cR530 DS3l0 DS310 DS320 DS420 DS535 DS535 F20l J348 J349 rl08 Llll L257 L300 L528 L529 Q1 0 7 Qlr0 152-0107-00 152-0107-03 152-0107-00 152-0107-03 152-0246-00 152-0141-02 152-0141-02 152-0141-02 152-0141-02 t52-Ot4I-02 r52-0246-00 t52-Ot4t-02 I52-OI4L-02 152-0107-00 152-0107-00 152-Ot4t-02 152-0107-00 152-0141-02 152-0141-02 x8050000 1 5 2 .TUBE DEFLE:GEOMETRY CORRECTION TRANS STOR SILICON. t 5 U e . 150l.0 0 80r0100 8040712 80407 3 I B0l0l00 Bo407t2 80407 3 I Name Description & SEMICOND EVICE SILICON. NPN I : Qr e Qr22 Q134 I Q23 Q235 Q242 Q24e r Q3 4 Q3l4 Q326 Q328 Q380 Q388 Q392 Q414 Q414 8089999 151-0341-00 TRANS STOR SILICON. 30V.0 2 2 0 .0 3 4 1 .0 0 t 108-069 l-00 108-0654-00 108-0756-00 I 08-0756-00 l 5l .50MA MAIK L T E I .CHAN.C H A N N E L .IA MttJK LT El'tITTINc DIO: RED. I 50MA SEI'IICOND EVICE SILICON.1 0 3 1 . N-CHAN.S I .0 0 B090000 T R A N S I S T O R :I L I C O N .0 2 8054580 159-0r21-00 I 29-0398-00 I 29-0398-00 1 0 8 . 4 0 0 V. I 5 0 M A D SEMICOND EVICE SILICON.400MA SEMICOND EVICE SILICON.LED:I{/DIODE. 150MA S E M I C O N D E V I C E :S I L I C O N .0 0 80009 1 0 8 .0 4 3 2 .0 7 5 6 .1 0 3 1 .400 80009 129-0398-00 80009 129-0398-00 76493 02279 76493 02279 76493 01872 80009 1 0 8 . 4 A . NPN I : TRANS STOR SILICON. 3 0 V . I { r r RA N D C O N N E LT EMITTING DIO: RED.30V. S Nl CktNo. NPN I : -0504-00 l 5I TRANSISTOR SILICON. I I T T I N GD I O : R E D .0 0 B 0 r 0 l 0 0 8 0 8 9 9 9 9 TRANS ISTOR: SILICON.0 4 3 2 . P-CHAN.4OOMA.400MA D : SEI'{ICOND DEVICE: SILICON. I 50I'{A S E U I C O N D E V I C E :SI L I C O N . NPN I : TRANS ISTOR: SILICON.400V. I50MA D : SEMICOND EVICE SILICON.0 0 8090000 r 5l .0 r 8054580 1 5 0 . P O S T . 4 O O M AS E L D : .r 0 6 1 .0 4 3 2 .8lfil COIL. N P N I TRANSISTORSILICON.0 0 x8090000 1 5 0 . JFE.tA SEI'{ICOND DEVICE: SILICON. NPN : TRANS STOR SILICON.0 0 l5l-0334-00 l 5l . PNP I : TRANS ISTOR: SILICON.

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PNP I : TRANS ISTOR: SILICON.0 0 I 51 .0 0 l 5l-0432-00 I 5I -0347-00 l5 1-0292-00 I 5 l -0444-00 B 0 I 0 l 0 0 B 0 5 1 3 3 6 TRANS STOR SILICON.rFFl816cl8200F cB47LL oBD cB223I c8471 I oBD c82231 MFFl8l6c49900F I cB47l MFF18l6c75001F cB47l1 MFFl8l6c7500lF cBI50r cBl50I MFFl8l6c562RoF cBl235 MFFt8l6c47501F MFFl8l6c8250IF c83325 cB 2025 3386F-T04-503 cB470l cBl535 c84701 c84735 cB392l cB475l cB475l cB225l cB225l EBl54l EBl20l EBl54l EBl20l cB27l5 cBl035 CBl025 c82225 C84725 c83935 c82225 CBl3l5 R E S . 0 . R t i E S .NPN I : 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 0 4 9 9 9 9 TRANS ISTOR: SILICON. . FXD. 0 .0 3 4 1 . 0 . . . 2 5 W 2 5 R E S . 0 2 . R E S . . F I L M : 7 5 KO H M . . R E S .2 5 W 4. F X D . 0 . :2 K O H M . F X D . F X D . l: R E S .0 2 6 0 . C M P S N : 4 7 0O H M . 2 5 W . C M P S N2 K O H M I 0 Z . 0 . . F X D . . V A R . 0 . 1 R E S . O . R E S . RES. Z s W I0 . { .3. 0 " A .{. F X D T F I L M7 5 K O H M . 3 K O H I . 2 5 W O . 2 5 . CMPSN: OHI.O f f i S . 4 K O H l .0 R E S . . F I L 2 7: .I O " Ä . Part No. 0 2 . C M P S N 3 0 O H I ' i5 U . F X D . 5 0 W l2 R E S . C M P S N : 4 .0 4 7 3 .: 2 M O t t M 1 0 2 . F X D .0 0 l 3I 6 . 0 . C M P S N9 K O H M 5 2 . F X D . F I L M : 7 .0 0 316-0471-00 3 2 2 . .0 3 5 0 . .0 3 7 3 . N O N I { I R :1 0 0 K O H I . R E S . F X D . Z 5 W : . C M P SlN : O H M I. F X D . 2 5 W 4. O .. . 2 5 ü I C 3 . l 2 5 t I : . . 2 R E S . F I L MI: .IO"Ä .C M P S Nl : K O H U . 2 5 t I 5 R E S . F X D . 0 .5"Ä . 0 . FXD. 1 2 5 I 4 I .0 . 4 R O H Ml. V A R . 0 . F X D . 1 R E S . R236 R23l lffi. R E S . P N P I TRANS STOR SILICON. F X D . I iili l i H Rl 36 Rl 29 Rl 32 R l 5t 32l-0377-00 3I 5 . C U P S N5 0 K O H M 1 0 2 .F I L I I : 5 6 2 O H M . CMPSN: OHM. FXD. NPN Mfr C o d e Mfr PartNumber 07263 07263 80009 56289 80009 80009 80009 80009 04713 80009 07263 07263 s040065 s032677 l5l-0432-00 2N5551 151-0292-00 l5r-0444-00 151-0292-00 l5l-0444-00 sPs6700 r5l-0410-00 s032677 s035928 Q454 Q502 Q502 Q505 Qsl0 Q510 I 5l .0 0 3 2l .LO"Ä .0 3 3. F X D . F I L M4 . F X D . 0 . 9 K O H I ' i1 0 2 . F X D . ro iü. F X D . f f i S . F X D . . . 1 0 2 .C M P S N : 4 7 0O H M .0 2 2 5 . { . 2 5 l l C 2 . F X D . l 2 5 W : . 2 5 W 3: . 0 2 5 W N . .0 3 3 2 . R E S . 2 . L " Ä O . { . 2 5 W C 1 . . 0 2 5 W 4 . . F X D . 0 . 2 . F X D . . . . 2 5 V 2: .Z . 2 5 W 3 5 RES. 2 5 t { 1: . 0 . O Z s W .l } " l . 0 . R E S . . PNP I : TRANS STOR SILICON. . 0 . F I L M8 2 . C M P S N : O H U . R E S . 2 5 t I 2 .. 8 2 K O H M 1 2 . . 2 U O H M 1 0 2 . J A N 19q1 8-7 . R E S . Z 5 W R E S . No Eff Dscont Name Description & TRANS ISTOR: SILICON. . M P S N :5 O H M I O " / " . 47 l0Z . f f i S .O R E S . 0 . F X D . CIIPSN: 22K OHM. RES . .2 . 9 9 K O H M1 2 . C M P S N. C M P S N7 O H I . N O N I { I R : K O H M2 0 2 . C M P S N :0 K O H M 1 0 2 . . 0 . tI.0 4 7. . C M P S N :7 M O H M 1 0 U . 251{ R E S . . R E S .F I L M : 4 7 . 2 5 W 7 5 R E S . F X D . NPN I : T R A N SS T O R: SI L I C O N . NPN T R A N SS T O R: SI L I C O N .25W 2K . N P N I TRANS STOR SILICON.0 1 9 0 . T F X D .0 0 302-0I 54-00 302-0I 20-00 302-01 54-00 302-0I 20-00 315-0271-00 I l. R E S . 5 0 W . 5 0 t { l2 . 0 . 5 K O H U 1 U . 1 2 . U .0 0 3 1 6 . l 2 5 W : r R E S . CMPSN: 470 OHM. 0 . C M P S2 . R E S . R E S . 5 Z . 0 . C M P S N :7 U O H U 1 0 2 . 2 5 W 4: 1 f f i S . l 2 5 W . I 2 5 t l . 5 K O I I M . 0 .0 0 r5t-0410-00 151-0190-00 I 5I -0342-00 151 . 5 0 W l5 . I 315-0103-00 3 I 5-0 102-00 3t5-0222-OO 3 15-0472-00 3l 5-0393-00 3 I 5-0222-00 315-0131-00 I RE V t . F X DC M P S N 5 K O H M .0 0 l 3 2l .0 2 2 3 . 0 . . O . 0 . 0 . 0 . 2 K O H M . C H P S N :. C M P S N : .I Replaceable Electrical parts-2l4 Servlce _o I I I I I I I C k tN o .0 3 4 1 . 0 . F X D .25W . C M P S N : K O H M5 Z . F X D . .NPN TRANS STOR SILICON. C M P Sl N : O H M5 Z . Z S W M RES. R E S .0 2 2 3 . NPN 8050000 TRANS ISTOR: SIL ICON.0 0 316-0392-00 316-0475-00 316-0475-00 3t6-0225-00 3I 6 . R E S . Z s W K . 2 5 h r 2 R E S . .C M P S N : 4 7 K H M 5 2 . " 1 O . 0 . . 5 0 l I l: . . I ::. .Z . R E S . 2 5 W . R E S . F X D . F X D .0 0 3 I 5-0202-00 3l l-1232-00 3 I 6-0470-00 315-0153-00 3 I 6-0470-00 3l 5 .0 0 3l 6 . 5 0 t I 50 . I . F X D . 0 2 .K O H I . t5 2 . C M P S N : O H I ' {1 0 2 . 0 . R E S . F X D .

. . F X D . l 2 5 W T ' R E S . FXD. . 2 5 W . F X D . . 2 5 W .C M P S N :8 0 O H U .O . 0 . 0. . L 2 5 W . F X D . 5 0 l K O H I ' { . 5 % . 2 5 W r 5 . 2 5 W . 0 . 0 . 2 . . .5i4. Dscont C k tN o . FXD. C M P SIN :0 O H M5 i ( . F X D . F X D . C M P S N : 3 0 K O H M '5 2 . C M P S N :K O I I M 5 2 .IORK R E S . : R E S . l 2 5 I . M P S N :3 K O H U 5 " 4 ' O 2 5 W 270K OHI'I'57. 0 .2745 c81055 3386F-T04-504 CB5l45 c82245 3329P-L58-504 C83345 cBl005 cBl005 c86815 C81055 307-0307-01 CBl075 CB. . 0 .4745. . 0 . l2 5 S I ' ' : R E S . 5 l l : 1 R E S . FXD. 2 5 W 5 . 05 % . .C M P S N : 4 7 0 K H M .C M P S N : .F I L M : 3 . R E S . 2 5 W . I K O I I M . 0 .25W . 2 5 W T RES.O ' 1 . R E S . 0 . N O N I { I R :0 0 O H M '1 0 2 . 2 5 W 130 OHM 5"Ä . " 4 . V A R . 02 5 7 ". F X D . R E S .0 1 2 1 . 2 5 l I 5 6 R E S . R E S .0 0 x8070000 315-0131-00 315-0104-00 315-0274-00 315-0333-00 315-0274-00 315-0105-00 3LL-L252-OO 315-0514-00 x8010190 B039999 3 1 5 . F X D . 2 5 W . 2: . t r ' X D . F I L M 1 6 . 1 2 5 I { : R E S . F X D . 0 . . . 0. . " Ä .2 0 7 " . V A R . R E S . R E S .C M P S N2 7 K O H M 5 i ( . T F X D C M P S N :0 O H U '5 7 " . F I L M : 2 0 K O H M O. . 8 R E S . F I L M : 4 9 O H I ' {L % . .F I L M : 4 . CMPSN: . . l8 ' R E S .. 2 5 W 5 : R E S . 0 . . C M P S NI 0 0 l ' { O H M 5 " 4 . R E S .0 0 8040000 3l l-1274-00 315-0334-00 315-0100-00 315-0100-00 315-0681-00 315-0105-00 307-0307-0I 315-0r07-00 3I 5-0474-00 3 3I 5 . 0 . R E S . I " Ä . 0 . 2 K O H I ' {5 7 " . . ' 9 RES. N O N ! ' I I R5 0 0 K O H M 2 0 2 ' 0 . 0 2 K O H I ' iL 7 " . . FXD. . 0 . F I L Ml:5 K O I I M l' U ' 0 . CIIPSN: . lK OHM 5"/" . O .0 : R E S . C : R E S .25W M}JK. .trru s34o) . CMPSN: OHM. F X D . . F X D . 2 5 W O . V A R . l 2 5 W . C M P S Nl:K O H M 5 " /. 0 . O . F X D . M P S N3 9 K O H M 5 " 4 . 2 5 W . C}IPSN: or 8-8 REV. .0 . F X D . CMPSN: OHM. 2 5 " Ä . . 0 . FXD.C M P S NI: .25W ' . F X D . 2 5 W N . F X D . Eff R238 R239 R24t R264 R268 R270 R271 R272 R273 R274 R274 R275 R276 R278 R279 R280 R301 R306A-F R 3 lI R3I2 R313 R314 R 3 l5 R3I5 R3l6 R3I6 R3l7 R317 R318 R3l8 R3l9A-E R320 R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R327 R328 R329 R340 R34l R342 R343 R344 R346 R348 R349 R351 R352 R355 R361A-F R362 R364 R365 315-0102-00 3 1 5 .FILM:TIUING'HYBRID CKT . 2 5 W ' R E S . " 4 . CMPSN: . C M P S N5 l 0 K O l { l ' t '5 7 . l 5 l0 R E S .HYB CKT: Mfr C o d e Mfr PartNumber 0ll2l 01121 01r21 0 1l 2 l 01I21 0ll2l 0tI2l 0112r 32997 01121 0ll2I 32997 01121 0tl2l 01121 0Il2l 01121 80009 0r121 01121 0ll2l 91637 32997 32997 91637 91637 0ll2l 91637 91637 91637 80009 71450 01I21 01r21 91637 01121 0ll2l 0r121 0112r 01121 7L450 0ll2l 91637 91637 01121 01121 0ll2l 01121 01121 01121 0ll2l 80009 03888 0tl2l 0ll2l cB1025 cBl2t5 cBl315 cBI045 CB 2745 c83335 cr.I 2 5 I ^ l RES. 0 . F X D .0 0 321-0164-00 X8090000 311-0634-00 8010100 8089999 311-0622-00 8090000 321-0318-02 321-0776-03 315-0271-00 321-0168-00 321-0318-02 32r-0776-03 8010100 8089999 8090000 8010100 8089999 B090000 B010r00 8089999 8090000 Name Description & . T F X D . 7 ( .FXD. l 2 5 I { : ' R E S . . : : R E S .C } I P S N2 . . 0 . . 5 0 } f : 3 R E S . .. 0I 2 5 I ' I .2 R E S .C M P S N : 0 0 K O H M 5 i ( . V A R . 2 5 W 5"Ä lU RES. F X D . 0. 2 K O H M '5 7 " 0 . 2 5 W . R E S . 2 5 W 2 ' R E S .25W RES.0 5"1 lM RES. R E S . . . 0 . . . 200K OHM. . 0 . V A R . 5 0 ! ' I . 2 5 W 1 R E S . F X D . F X D. 8 K O H I ' {5 i ( . 2 5 W T 0 ' R E S . F X D . c82735 MFF1816G499RoF 3326H-G48-501 3326H-G48-10r MFFl816D2000ID MFFl8l6D350I0C cB27L5 MFFl816G549ROF MFFt8l6D2000lD MFFl8l6D350l0C 307-0395-00 200-YA5557 CBl035 C85125 l-{FF18l6Gl500lF CB27I5 c84735 c88225 cBr625 CBl835 oBD c83935 MFFl8l6Gl620tF r'rFF1816G40200F c86825 cB1045 cBll45 cB9l45 cB9I25 c82225 c82735 307-0308-00 PltE55-G30003F c81045 cB 2045 ol t t I I I I (runnrsunD A uNrr I^IrrH c306B. 0 . V A R . .ReplaceableElectrical Parts-2l4 Service No Tektronix S e r i a l / M o d e l . F X D . . F X D . T F X D C M P S N6 . 0 .57" .25W RES. R E S.25W RES. F X D . N O N I { I R2 0 K O H U .T F X D .T F X D C M P S N :7 K O H I ' {5 7 .MAY 1981 . N O N ! { I R5 0 0 K O H } ' t1 0 U . . R E S. R E S . . 2 5 W .0 . 5 :4 R E S . FXD. F X .FXD. " l . PartNo. . C M P S N :0 K O H U . . 1 { / S W . 2 5 W R E S . . F X D T G M P S2 2:0 K O H M 5 r u . . 3 ' C R E S . 5 0 l K O H M0 . C M P S N : K O H M5 2 .25W .FXD.0 . 6 K O H M . . F X D . 0 . 10 R E S .M : 4 9 9 O H M . 5 0 ! t . 0 . R E S . . CIIPSN:I 10K OHM.C I I P S N 1 0 0 K O H M . F X D .0 0 x8090000 321-0306-00 315-0271-00 315-0473-00 315-0822-00 315-0162-00 315-0183-00 3l l-1422-00 315-0393-00 321-0309-00 321-0251-00 315-0682-00 315-0104-00 315-0114-00 315-0914-00 315-0912-00 3r5-0222-OO 315-0273-00 307-0308-00 1 325-01 8-00 315-0104-00 315-0204-00 (runnrsnnDAs A uNrr t. 2 5 W 270K OHM. F X D . 5 : R E S . F I L M :3 U O H M l Z ' 0 . 0 . s i | . O . 1 2 5 I ^ f . 2 5 W . . F I L M :3 . D C M P S N5 . " ÄO .0 2 7 . 2 5 W 5"/. F X D . CMPSN: . R E S . C M P S N9 l 0 K O H M 5 " AO . C M P S N7 0 O H M5 7 " . FXD. 2 5 W RES. 2 5 W : ol I I I I I I I 307-0395-00 311-1406-00 315-0103-00 3 1 5 . F X D . F X D F I L M :2 0 K O H I ' i .2 5 I { . . . N O N ! { I R :2 0 K O H M .O .D.25W RES. 2 K O H M 1 2 .F) As ' : R E S.FILM: 5 RES NETI. C M P SlN : O H M5 Z . T F X D C M P S N 7 K O H M . . 0. N O N I ' I I RT R M R 5 0 0 O H M 0 . : R E S . .0 2 2 4 . 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. 5 0 W . 2 5 W . F X D . 2 K O H M 5 Z . C M P S N : I O H M5 Z . . C M P S N9 K O H M 5 2 . . 2 5 W . l K O H U '5 Z ' 0 . R E S .. . V A R . F I L M3 .FILM:5 RES NETIIORK : . 2 5 W 2 ' R E S . F X D . . 2 5 W N: 27K OHM. O .{FFl8l6D2000lD MFFt8l6D350r0C 3326H-G48-501 3329H-G48-l0l nFFl816D2000lD UFF18l6D350l0C 307-0395-00 200-YA5557 cBl035 cB5I25 MFFl8l6Gl500lF cB56l5 tOili3 R414 R415 R 4 l5 R416 R4l6 R4l7 R 4 l7 R418 R4l8 R4r9A-E R420 R42r R422 R423 R424 R425 R440 R44l R442 R443 R446 R45l R452 R454 R470 R47 I 307-0395-00 3l l-1406-00 315-0103-00 3 1 5 .0 0 x8090000 3r5-0271-00 8010100 8089999 3 2 1 . : N R E S . . F X D .0 5 1 2 . V A R . C M P S N :0 M O H I ' {5 Z ' 0 . Nl Part No.5 2 . l 2 5 l l 2: ' r R E S . 0 Y " . F I L M1 6 .0 0 3rl-r r69-00 316-0225-00 315-0105-00 307-0307-01 3 15 . F X D. 2 5 W . .N O N I . . R E S . 2 5 I ' l 2 R E S . 2 5 W 1: . 05 " Ä O . 2 5 W .0 1 6 8 . . F I L M : 0 K O H M0 .l0U '0 . 2 5 W R E S . z s W .I 2 5 I { . 5 0 1 I 2 2 R E S . C M P S6 . C I . F X D . 2 5 W . C U P S: N 7 0 K O H l t . 2 5 I d ' 9 R E S . . N O N I { I R2 0 K O H M . C M P S N :K O I I M 5 2 . . C M P S N 6 0 O H M5 " 4 . V A R . 0 2 5 t ' l . F X D . F X D . . R E S . .I f rck. C M P S N : O H M5 Z . C M P S N. F X D . C M P S N 7 K O H M5 " 4 .IIR: . . R E S . .25tt 5'A RES. C M P S N :0 K O H M 5 2 . W / S l l . C M P S N 8 K O t l M 5 Z .0 1 0 7 . Eff Dscont Name Description & 5 R E S .0 1 6 4 . F X D .HYB (runNrsnnD AS A uNrr llrrH c406B. F I L M :5 4 9 O H M I Z . C M P S N : O H I ' { . N O N I I I R 2 0 K O H M0 . R E S . 5 0 I K O H M .0 0 3l l-t 173-00 315-0103-00 315-0102-00 315-0183-00 3 15 . F X D . . 2 5 t { Mfr Code Mfr PartNumber 73138 0ll2l 0Il2l 32997 0rl2l 01121 72-34-0 cBz?35 c82735 3329P-L58-r04 883915 cBl055 I I I I I I I I I I 311-1243-00 315-0223-00 315-0273-00 3l l-l 272-00 317-0391-00 X8080000 315-0105-00 3 1l . l 2 5 S I : . F I L M3 . R E S . .5 2 . .5 2 . 2 . 0 . V A R . 0 . F X D . 0 . 2 5 W 0 M R E S . F X D . R E V . V A R . . t5 " 4 . 0 2 . F X D . F X D . F I L M :I 5 K O I I M l' Z ' 0 . C } I P S N : 0 O H M5 Z .: l K O H M 5 2 . 0 . 02 5 2 ' 0 . F X D.0 0 3 2I . . 2 I . . 2 5 W : (runnlsHnD AS A UNIT I. F X D . 0 . 8 K O H M5 U . F X D . . . N O N I I I R :0 0 K O H M l. CI'|PSN: l00K OHU. R E S . F X D . 0 . C M P S N : 0 K O H I ' i . O . F X D . F X D . 2 5 W 4 R E S . 2 5 W . F X D . 5: R E S . l 2 5 I { : RES.1 2 7 5 . V A R .0 Z ' 0 . N O N I { I R : 0 O H I ' i1 0 2 . 0 2 K H M1 U . R E S . V A R . 0 . { P S N 2 K O H ü . . 5 " / " . O . I . F X D . . R E S . F X D . 2 5 W IK 5 R E S . I 2 5 I { : O ' R E S .0 Z ' 0 . 0 .No R366 R368 R369 R370 R371 R372 R374 R375 R376 R380 R38l R383 R385 R388 R388 R390 R391 R393 R394 R395 R396 R401 R406A-F ReplaceableEleclrical Parts-2l4 Service T e k t r o n i xS e r i a l / M o d eo . O. L 2 5 W lM . 0 . 0 . R E S . C I .M A Y 1981 8-9 . R E S . C M P S N : 0 K O H I ' I5 Z ' O .0 0 B090000 32r-0318-02 321-0776-03 3l l-0634-00 3rl-0622-00 321-0318-02 32r-0776-03 B0l0l00 8089999 8090000 8010100 8089999 8090000 8010100 8089999 8090000 32997 3329P-L58-203 71450 200-YA554r 0l 121 cBl035 01121 C81025 0ll2t cBl835 01121 0Ir2l 0l l2l 0ll2l 0lt2t 0ll2l 0lt2l 32997 71450 0lt2l 0ll2I 80009 0l 121 0ll2l 01121 91637 0ll2l 91637 91637 91637 32997 32997 91637 9t637 80009 71450 01121 0Il2l 9t637 0ll2l cBr225 c82245 l c B 2 75 c83015 c86825 c81025 cBl045 3329P-L58-r05 oBD cB225l cBl055 307-0307-0I cBl075 c84745 c82735 MFFl8l6G499RoF cB2715 MFFl8l6G549RoF l. F I L M : 4 9 9 H Ml.NONI. C M P S3 0:0 O H M5 " 1 . . 0. '0 . 1 2 5 W . . C M P S2 . C M P S4 . 2 5 1 { .F) l0 . 5 0 l I P ' R E S . C M P S N 7 0 O H M5 " Ä 0 . 0 . 0 . . F X D . 0 . N O N I ' I I lR : O H M l. 2 5 W l: 5 r R E S . . 5 O I d :2 R E S . . . C M P S N 4 K O H M5 U ' 0 . F I L M : 2 0 K O H I ' { . C I I { P S2 2 K O H M 5 U . 2 U O I I M 0 . I . F X D . F X D . 2 5 W CKT: NTI. . 5 0 W 2 . . . 2 5 I . ' 1 R E S . . F X D . F I L M : 4 . .2 r 0 .0 0 315-0224-00 315-0271-00 B0l0l00 B109194 315-0301-00 8 1 0 9 1 9 5 315-0682-00 315-0102-00 315-0104-00 3 11 . F X D . .Z ' 0 . . C I 1 P S 2 2 K O H M5 7 . 2 5 W (runnrsnuD AS A UNIT I{ITH 5375) l0 .0 3 9 3 .0 0 315-0474-00 3r5-0273-00 3 2 1 .VAR. R E S . F X D . { P S NK O H M . R E S . 5 " '4 . . . 7 K O H U . . 0 . R E S .0 U ' 0 . 5 Z . F X D .IK. 0 . r R E S . C M P S N : O I I U .D. . C M P S NI: . 0 .FXD. I I : T R M R 5 0 0 O H M 0 . . 0 . 0 R E S . F X D . . 5 l l 10 . . FXD. 02 5 2 ' 0 . : N R E S .0 0 x8090000 321-0306-00 315-0561-00 315-0243-00 3n-1422-00 3I 5 . 2 5 } f 2: R E S . R R E S . 2 5 W O R E S .. :2 M O H M 1 0 U . F X D . F X D .0 1 2 2 . N O N I { I R 0 K O H M l. . 7 " 0 . F X D . O .IITH S44O) 3: . 5 0 I K O H M . 0 . 0 . R E S . F X D . 2 5 1 ^ I O R E S .0 0 321-0251-00 315-0104-00 3l 5-09l 2-00 3l 5-0222-00 3l 5-0102-00 3rI -l 269-00 3l 5-0223-00 3r5-0223-00 3l 5-0472-00 315-0103-00 t I I I 0ll2l c82435 71450 oBD 0rr2l c83935 9t637 MFFl8l6Gl620lF 91637 HFFl8l6G40200F 0l 121 0tl2l 0ll2l 0ll2l 32997 0ll2l 0tl2I 0l l2l 0lt2l cBl045 cBgl25 c82225 cBl025 3329P-L58-203 c82235 cB2235 c84725 cB1035 toi'i. . 2 5 t I N: lK R E S . R E S . N O N I { I R : 2 0 K H M l. 2 5 W l0 R E S . I 2 5 I ' I l0 . . T F X D C } I P S N :2 0 K O H l .: 2 K O H I ' {5 7 . R E S . R E S .1 2 6 9 . 2 5 W N . V A R . F X D . F X D . . N O N I ' I I:R N L . I 2 5 I .. C M P S N . F X D . F X D . R E S . C M P S N : 2 7 0 H M 5 " ÄO . V A R . N O N I J I R :0 K O H M . C H P S lN :K O H M5 Z ' 0 . O . 2 5 W T O . 0 . R E S . F X D . 0 . V A R .2 5 W N II" . 2 5 W 5: R E S . C M P S N. 39 R E S . 50lI RES.0 U ' 0 . 2 K O H M 1 2 .0 3 0 9 . R E S . 2 5 W 2: ' R E S . I 2 5 W . R E S . I 2: . .

2 5 W 4: . R E S .O . V A R .0 0 3ll-t 171-00 3l 5-0333-00 315-0683-00 3I 5-0224-00 315-0150-00 3 t 5 . 2 5 t t . 2 5 W O . l 2 5 V S swITcH. . " R E S . CüPSN:I 5 OHI. 5 . 0 .. . 50K OHM. R E S . . FoR REPLAcEMENTPARTs) 80009 670-2676-00 or 8-10 REV. C M P S N :0 0 O H M 5 I . . F X D . 2 M O H M1 0 2 . 0 2 . F X D . 2 . RES.{.0 1 0 1 0 0 xBoI 0332 315-0473-00 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 B108947 3l 5-0562-00 Bl08948 3 l 5 . R E S . F X D . O . N O N I T I I R :0 K O H M . FXD. 2 5 l l 1 . .l 0 Z .0 0 B 0 l 0 l 0 0 8049999X R E S ..0 1 2 1 .0 0 B 0 l 0 r 0 0 8 0 4 9 9 9 9 R E S . 3 t 5 .0 2 2 1 . F X D . " 4 .. 5 0 1 1 1 R E S .VAR. F X D . O. C M P S N7 0 K O I I M 5 Z . C M P S N : 6 8 K I I M .l.S L I D E : D P 3 T. l5 " /r 0 . . l 2 5 l l : .CMPS: 220K OHM5U. 2 5 S I l: R E S . F X D .. T F X D . C M P S N : 3 3 K H U . NONI{IR PNL. 2 5 W O .0 1I 3 . F X D .{. R E S . 3 1 5 .I N . 2 5 W 4 5 3r 5-0472-00 R E S . R E S . . C M P S N 8 0 K O I { M5 2 . C U P S N :3 K O H U 5 Z r O .0 0 315-0152-00 315-0r52-00 315-0472-OO 3l 5-0473-00 315-0r53-00 260-072 -00 3 260-0984-00 B 0 l 0 l 0 0 8 0 5 2 3 9 9 260-0984-01 8052400 214-t577-Ol 260-0984-00 B0l0l00 260-0984-01 214-t176-0r 8052400 8052399 RES. 5 0 l I l0 l 3 l 5 . i5 7 .Replaceable Electrlcal Parts-2l4 Servlce Tektronix e r i a l / M o d eo .0 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 8 0 4 9 9 9 9 RES. 2 5 W O 5 3l 5-0333-00 R E S . . N O N I I I Rl U O t l U . V A R . CMPSN: 5K OHI'{. S I { I T C H . 5 R E S . V A R .I. F X D . F X D . 0 . N O N I { I R :N L . . O . F X D T C M P S N : 4 7 KH M 5 2 . I 2 5 V sIdrTcH. F X D. . . 0 . 5 0 1 { 5 1 3t 5-0274-00 R E S . I I T C HS L I D E: D P D T . 2 5 W 4: . V A R . 0 . 3l I -l 272-OO R E S . 0 . l 0 0 K O H M . I 2 5 V SI.0 0 32I -0407-00 -0423-00 321 315-0105-00 311-1275-00 3l 5-0474-00 3r l-l 275-OO 3l 5-0474-00 3 l 5-0684-00 Name Description & R E S .O . 2 5 W 5 . . 0.O . Part No.C M P S Nl:5 K O H M . C M P S N : 5 K O H M5 2 . G M P S N. 0 . 2I. V A R . 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if Change information. U.indicates endof The indentation. any. ITEM NAME In the Parts List. with a new or lf a part you haveorderedhas beenreplaced improved part.. the next higher the symbol.FederalCataloging can be utilizedwherePossible. Name may sometimes H6-1 Handbook the Nameidentification. separation attachingparts.I Sectfon 10-214 Service !r I I I I I REPLACEABLE MECHANICALPARTS INFORMATION PARTSORDERING partsare available from or throughyour local Replacement Tektronix.* . madeto are to Changes Tektronixinstruments sometimes as improved components they becomeavailable..Because spacelimitations..S. your local Tektronix. lt is therefore important. Field Office or will representative contactyou concerningany changein part number. lo I I I I I I .. Inc. Indenteditems are part of. the itemit mounts.- t NOTESAND SYMBOLS SPECIAL X000 00X Partfirst addedat this serialnumber afterthis serialnumber Part removed as AttachingPartsalwaysappearin the same indentation to whilethe detailpartsare indented the right. Attachlng parts must be purchasedseparately. is locatedat the rear of this manual. FieldOfficeor representative. and modification number.Inc. ABBREVIAT!ONS INCH NUMBERslzE ACTUATOR ADAPTER ALIGNMENT ALUMINUM ASSEMBLED ASSEMBLY ATTENUATOR AMERICANwlRE GAGE BOARD BRACKET BRASS BRoNzE BUSHING cABTNET CAPACITOR CERAMIC cHAssrs clRculr coMposrloN CONNECTOR covER couPLlNG CATHODERAY TUBE DEGREE DFAWER ELCTRN ELEc ELCTLT ELEM EPt EOPT EXT FIL FLEX FLH FLTR FR FSTNR FT FXD csKT HDL HEx HEx HD HEx soc HLcps HLEXT HV lc lD IDENT IMPLR ELECTRON ELECTRIcAL ELECTROLYTIC ELEMENT PARTS LIST ELECTRICAL EOUTPMENT EXTERNAL FlLLlsrER HEAD FLEXIBLE FLAT HEAD FILTER FRAMEOTFRONT FASTENER Foor FIXEO cAsKET HANDLE HEXAGON HExAGoNAL HEAD HExAGoNAL socKET coMpREsstoll HELTCAL HELICAL EXTENSION HIGH votrAGE clRculr INTEGRATED lNslDE DIAMETER IDENTIFICATION IMPELLER IN tNcANo TNSUL INTL LPHLDR MACH MECH MTG NIP NoN wlRE oBD OO OVH PH BRz PL PLsrc PN PNH PwR RcPT RES RGD RLF RTNR scH SCOPE scR INCH INcANDESCENT INSULATOR INTERNAL LAMPHOLDER MACHINE MECHANICAL MoUNTING NIPPLE Nor wlRE wouND oRDER BY DEscRlPTloN OUTSIDEDIAMETER OVAL HEAD PHoSPHoR BRoNzE PLAIN OTPLATE PLAsrlc PART NUMBER PAN HEAD PowER REcEPTAcLE REslsroR RIGID RELIEF RETAINER socKET HEAD OSCILLOSCOPE scREw SINGLEEND SE SECTION SECT SEMICONDSEMICONDUCTOR SHIELD SHLD SHOULDERED SHLDR SOCKET SKT SLIDE SL SELF.. INDENTATION SYSTEM This mechanical parts list is indented to indicate item relationships.when ordering parts.unless olhewlse specilied. and includedwith. serialnumber. an ltem Name is separatedfrom the an of by description a colon (:). * ACTR ADPTR ALIGN AL ASSEM AssY ATTEN AwG BD BRKT BRS BRz BSHG cAB CAP cER cHAs cKT coMp CONN cov OPLG cRT DEG DwR FIGURE AND INDEXNUMBERS Items in this section are referenced by figure and index numbers to the illustrations.. Following is an example of the indentation system u s e d i n t h e d e s c r i p t i o nc o l u m n .instrument numberif applicable. 1 2 3 4 5 Name& Description and Assembly /or Component andlor Component Attaching partsfor Assembly andlor Component Detail Part of Assembly Attaching partsfor Detail Part a - Partsof DetailPart Attaching partsfor Partsof DetailPart . to include the following type or in information your order: Part number.LOCKING SLFLKG SLEEVING SLVG SPRING SPR SQUARE SO STAINLESSSTEEL SST STEEL STL sw T TERM THD THK TNSN TPG TRH V VAR wt WSHR XFMR XSTR swlrcH :o I TUBE TERMINAL THREAD THIGK TENSION TAPPING TRUSS HEAD VOLTAGE VARIABLE wlTH WASHER TRANSFORMER TRANSISTOR RE V B .-* . DE C 1974 10-1 . accommodate and to give you the benefitof the latestcircuit improvements developed in our engineering department. ltem For further ltem appearas incomplete.

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3 6 5L X 0 .PLATE:CKT . P I NT E R H : I I O R I Z .I N :I P I N . F O R 0 .HDL:0.TERI.0 0 8 0 t 0 1 0 08040499 1 l .BRS&CU BE GOLD 131-0621-00 3 .ELEC:FOR NO.TERIi.PL. 4 " O D p I N O I 3 l . CKT BOARDASSY INCLUDES: 131-0608-00 9 .1 1 0 9 . CONTACT. 253-0154-00 4 . HLDR.4rr OD PIN ON. Part No.31DIA X 0.SENS .25 t{ X 0. Nl No.PNII STL * .46 L x 0. FOOT. S QP I N R C P T I 36-0549-00 .018 DIA PINS T 136-0328-03 l2 . . S E N2 0 . l 2 5 r r T H K . PRESS.l9 9 9 .0 0 355-0181-00 2ll-0019-00 437-0147-Or 2l 4 .iCONN:3 ITIIREBLACK I 3l-0707-00 3 . 125'|THK FOAI. 6 6 0 M A l l . C R T I 352-0169-00 . CORDIIRAP: PROBE TUPPER I COVER.CRYG. I n d e x T e k t r o n i xS e r i a l / M o d eo . C o N N E C T O R .BRS& CU BE GOLD I 3 l .I zO SIILD.0 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 08054556x 7 . PLUG:POI{ER CORD sPool. 4 2 4 I N C I I I d I D E (ATTACHING PARTS) SCREI{.222-26 253-0153-00 FT .0 0 331-0445-00 8055100 x 378-0691. CONNECTOR.CRT SCALE: F I L T E R .IN ELEK:ELCTRN TUBE.P R E S SS E N S0 . p I N T E R M : U / r d .BRS& CU BE GOLD CONNECTOR. s o c K E T . P I N : 0 .0 . P N H S T L STUD. 2 5 P I I . l 2 5 r r T H K F O A I .I:CRIMP FOR0.PIN ERM:UlV0.TER!{. M A C I I I M z 4 . CONNECTOR.- lo I I I I -42 -43 -44 -45 -46 -47 -48 -49 -50 t I I CABTNET. C O N NB O D Y . 7 5 I N C H . PIN. B L A C K 146-0026-00 I . C o N N E C T O R .FILM 2 B A T T E R YA S S Y :( S E E 8 T 2 1 6 / R T 2 I 7 E P L ) . T A P E . 2 5 W X 0 .TERI.4 OX 2 . 0 1 8 D I A P I N S 0 22526 47350 22526 7s060-007 lo I REVK.0 0 I . F O R0 .SCOPE: .0 0 8040500 7 .l 1 0 9 .IICONT IT|LEADS 136-0453-00 S O C K E T . INSULATOR.0 5 8 9 . . EACH BATTERYASSY INCLUDES: 200-1238-01 2 .0 1 7 0 . S O C K E T . P L U G : C R I M P .BRS& CU BE GOLD 131-0707-008054557 7 .CABINET:BLACKRUBBER UARKER.TERUz22-26 AI{G.l 8 5 0 .0 0 348-0254-01 334-t859-00 3 8 6 . C R TS I I I E L D : R E A R COVER. P L U G : C R I ü pN . s A C E L L I 9 8 . { S I CKT BOARDASSY:POT{ER SUPPLY(SEEA3 EPL) I 3I . P L .3r 8 3 .ELEC:CKTCARD GROUND t36-0252-04 3 1 . CONTACT.S T A N D . B R Z . B A T T E R YS E T : 6 V . CRT:FROM MASK. SOCKET.l 1 0 9 . AI{G. T A P E .0 INCII. E L : 3 I { I R E B L A C K l3l-0707-00 8010100 8054556 2 .CORD I{RAP:UPPER& LOIIER I COVER. G O L DP L I 3l-l 172-00 I .50 INCII LONG 2 SCREI{.rnnU COnn:2 !{IRE BLACK 352-0199-00 . T E R I T { I N A L .CARD.t22-26AIdG.TERIi. C R T :B L U E RING. SKT.26 AIdc I{IRE I 3 l . wrRE SET.PIN:0.t ro Fig& . CORDI{RAP: PROBE.016-0. TERU.coRD I{MP: 2 COVER. CONNECTOR..:22-26At{c. CONNECTOR.ELECTRONT:CATIIODE RAY TUBE S P R T . LOI{ER I CKT BOARDASSY:A}IPLIFIER(SEE A2 EPt) .0 3 7 1 .ELEC: 352-0161-00 I .0 0 4 7 . L T . SPRT.ALIGNMENT:CIRCUIT BOARD . : 342-On 3-00 I . P L U G . C O V E R . P R E S S .IDENT : STANDARD SUPPORT.00 354-0423-00 253-01 3-00 5 337-1458-00 386-2185-00 200-1400-00 214-1805-00 200-1469-00 200-1470-00 200-r467-00 I I 1 I I I 1 I I I I 1 I 2 2 2 I 4 4 RepfaceableMechanlcal parts -214 Servlce Name Description & Mfr Code MfrPartNumber 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 23050 83385 80009 83385 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 l8l2r 807r0 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 22526 80009 22526 22526 80009 80009 80009 80009 22526 22526 22526 98278 00779 00779 o0779 l8l2l 80009 80009 19209 80009 80009 22526 l8l2l 366-1468-01 366-1469-01 366-1322-05 366-1466-02 366-t322-02 366-1466-01 366-1467-03 366-1467-02 366-1467-0r 366-1467-04 366-1470-0r 348-0285-00 oBD oBD 355-0181-00 oBD 437-0147-OL 214-1850-00 348-0254-01 334-r859-00 386-1999-00 331-0445-00 378-0691-00 354-0423-00 P 7I P V C 337-1458-00-D 386-2185-00 200-1400-00 2r4-1805-00 200-1469-00 200-1470-00 200-1467-00 47357 l3l-l L72-oo 75060-007 47710 136-0549-00 136-0453-00 352-0169-00 352-0199-00 47439 47439 46231 122-0182-019 42869-6 42869-6 P73-7444 MT8 342-0113-00 200-1238-01 418906FD02-ct 198-3183-00 352-0161-00 47439 P 7I P V C I I I I I I I KNOB:DARK GRAY KNOB:LIGIiT GRAY KNOB:DARK GRAY--POS KNOB:LT GRAY--POS KNOB:DARK GRAY--VAR KNOB:LT GRAY--VAR KNOB:DARK GRAY--TRG KNOB:DARKGRAY--IM KNOB:DARK GRAY--VAR KNOB:DARKGRAY--POS KNOB:MEDIIIM GRAY F L I P .MACIIINE:4-40 X 0. MAY1980 10-3 .312 INCII.PH BRz cL t36-0252-04 24 . Eff Dscont O t y1 2 3 4 5 r-l -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 -8 -9 -10 -1 l -r2 -1 3 -14 -15 -16 -t7 -18 -19 -20 -21 -22 -23 -24 -25 -26 -27 -28 -29 -30 -31 -32 -33 -34 -35 -36 -37 -38 -39 -40 -41 366-1468-01 366-1469-01 366-1322-05 366-1466-02 366-1322-02 366-1466-01 366-1467-03 366-1467-02 366-1467-01 366-1467-04 366-1470-01 348-0285-00 2l l-0213-00 2 1t .0 2x8040500 4 .CRT:RUBBER TAPE.PNH NYLON S C R E I { . 4 r r O D p I N ON I 3 l . C A B : 1 . 0 1 6 .025 SQ. 9 4H X 3 . B A TS E T : P L A S T I C .MACIIINE:4-40 X 1. IlLDR.

' O D .144 ID X 0. 2 5 I N C H . P B : 4 B U T T O N . O.SENS:125"THK 0. Eff t No.O C K :I N T L . 3 S P A C I N G T E R M . L O O P : P R E SM T . I S I I O D .IDENT:DANGER M CLIP.RF A:O. 0 1 6 . 0 9 2 I D X O .0 0 2 1r . M A C H .ELECTRICAL:FUSE OUNT CABLEASSY. .ELEC:ATTENUATOR'REAR S H I E L D .PLASTIC:BLACK INYL TAPE. I -51 -52 -53 -54 -55 -56 -57 -58 -59 -60 -61 -62 -63 -64 -65 -66 -67 -68 -69 -70 -71 -72 -73 -74 -75 -76 -77 -78 -79 -80 -81 -82 -83 -84 -85 -86 -87 -88 -89 -90 -91 -92 -93 -94 -95 -96 -97 2 I I -0008-00 t36-0252-04 t36-0269-02 l3l-0787-00 337-1734-00 3 3 7 . B R S . P L A S T I C S HOUSING.ELECSl{:I{/CONTACTS ASSY:DELRIN.I{/O CONTACTS ROTOR-CONT DTT-CONT ASSY:3 CONTACT DTT-CONT ASSY:2 CONTACT I S P R I N G .0 . E L E CA T T E N U A T O R ' R E A R SHIELD. S T L I K: N U T . E L E C : A T T E N U A T O R ' F R OC E N T E R NT SHIELD. P L .25 INCH. P N IS T L * . 1 8 8 I N C H .- 83385 oBD 22526 73803 22526 80009 80009 75060-007 CS9002-14 47359 337-1734-00 337-1735-00 ol I 60 I L2 I I I 1 I I 1 1 I 3 2 I I 2 3 3 . H E X .ELEC:CKT MARKER. : 2 . S T L L N U T . P L A I N . I N S U L A T O R .5 6X 0 ' 1 8 8 I N C H .PNH STL 0 * . 0 1 T H K DI ROLLER. P I N : 0 .PNH STL 80009 407-r285-00 83385 oBD * . P H B R Z G L S O C K E T . .SLEEVE:0. I .312 INCH. P L A I N .0 0 210-0001-00 210-0405-00 337-1767-OO 337-r 768-00 337-1766-00 343-0213-00 380-0244-00 401-01 7-or 2 401-0127-02 2r4-r576-0r 2r4-t577-0r 2r4-r579-00 2t4-t 127-00 200-1232-OO 210-0405-00 348-0089-00 253-0154-00 342-0l 76-00 131-l172-00 334-l926-00 344-0255-00 l 6l-0078-00 I 66-0548-00 384-l 198-00 211-0125-00 366-1493-00 r 3I -0589-00 r36-A252-O4 I 3t-0608-00 I 36-0328-02 r3t-0722-00 342-0095-00 337-t 795-00 2ll-0062-00 361-0549-00 210-0001-00 2r0-0405-00 407-t285-00 211-0019-00 I 4 1 I 2 2 I 1 4 I Name Description & Mfr N C o d e M f rP a r t u m b e r 80009 181 1 2 80009 80009 80009 80009 t6428 80009 80009 348-0089-00 MT8 342-0176-00 t3l-t 172-00 334-l 926-00 344-0255-00 Kctzl27 r66-0548-00 3 8 4 . P L A I N . ELEC: ATTENUATOR ' PERIPHERAL C L A U P . P I N : 0 . 0 1 8 D r A P r N S S K T .0 . CKT BOARDASSY INCLUDES: 0 s o c K E T .CU BE CONTACT.PIN TERI'{:IIORIZONTAL SI.- 83385 oBD 80009 22526 22526 22526 oo779 80009 80009 80009 83385 80009 78189 73743 366-1493-00 47350 75060-007 47357 86282-2 l3l-0722-00 342-0095-00 337-r795-00 oBD 361-0549-00 1202-00-00-0541c 2Xl2L57-402 CKT BOARDASSY INCLUDES: A C T RA S S Y . H E X .:2 I^IIRE'48 INCH LONG FERRULE. 0 1 6 . D E T E N T : 0 . L O I I C L E C O N T A C T . . F I L M : C I R C U I TC A R D CARD GROUND CONTACT.ReplaceableMechanical Parts-2l4 Service Fig& .I N E L E K : M I C R O C I R C U I T ' 1 4D I P . P r NT E R M : U / W . Dscont O t y1 2 3 4 5 P a r N o .Url^äfltfiä covER'RrRY pARrs) * . 4 6L X 0 .11 9 8 . .ELECShr:ALUMINUM (ATTACHING PARTS) X SCREI{.227 OD. MAY 1980 . I A S I { E R . 0 . I 2 L2 3 ll 6 1 I I I I I I I 1 3 (lrrlctttxc PARTS) I :II 7 E S C R E I .IPER. No I n d e x T e k t r o n i xS e r i a l / M o d e l .0 0 V BtI. 5 9D X 0 . 0 2 5 S Q .125 INCtt L 3 st'I:crR. 6 4I N C H L O N G : S H I E L D . 8 7 5 ' O V H ' S S T E5 T .MACHINEz4-4X 0.0 0 9 1 .105X 0.SI{ITCII:POLYCARBONATE ROTOR.125A X 0.0 INCH. E L E C : 0 .- 9 N U T .5 6 X 0 .PRESS. 0 8 l ' I X 0 .- 83385 oBD 78189 1202-00-00-054rc 73743 2xr2r57-402 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 337-1767-OO 7 337-1 68-00 337-1766-00 343-0213-00 380-0244-00 401-0127-Or 401-0L27-02 2t4-1576-01 214-r577-01 214-1579-00 214-1127-00 200-1232-OO t I I I I I CENTER SHIELD. I .ELEC:ATTENUATOR.- C K T B O A R DA S S Y : I N P U T ( S E EA I E P L ) (lrrlcnrnc PARTS) SCREI{.: 6 X 0 .GND C EXTENSION SHAFT:STOMGE SIüITCI1 CKT BOARDASSY:SINGLE SI{EEP(SEEA4 EPL) o: I I I I I I 2 . O 9 2 I D X O . 1 8 8 I N C I I ' B R S * . SWITCH SHIELD.MACIIINE:4-4O 1. P l NT E R M : U / I {0 .ELEC: STORAGE (ertlcnrnc PARTs) X SCREI{. I I E Xz 2 . 3 6 5L X 0 .I.N2 X 0 .PI{R. : 2 . .- BRACKET.093 ID. * . 2 5 P H ' B R Z ' G O L D L SOCKET.DETENT:0.AL I .ELEC:CAlt STER INSULATORFILM : SHIELD' POLYE . I A S I I E R .FRONT (Rrtacntnc PARTs) S C R E I .5 6X 0 .l7 3 5 . L O CN T L . M A C H I N2 .MACHINE:2-56 0. O . B R S 73743 2Xr2L57-402 or 10-4 R E VG. 0 1 8 D r A P r N s P T E R M I N A L .RDII STL L SPACER. I 8 .

No. 5 A .r 2 8 8 .BRS& CU BE GOLD CONNECTOR. 1 2 6 D X 0 .TERM:22-26 .IG. 2 3 I N C I TL ' B R S . Eff No.0 2 6 2 .0 1 8054580 -l 18 I79-L992-00 -l 19 I 31-0707-00 -l 20 352-0199-00 010-0262-01 B010100 053004 8 0 10 .ELECTRICAL:ALLIGATOR YPE .r 2 2 1 7 5 .R476. covER.I r- ReplaceableMechanical Parts-214 Service :o t I F i g& . R E S I S T O R : V A R I A B LR 3 2 0 . EACH PROBE INCLUDES: IIOOK . E L E C : 0 .r 2 6 3 4 4 .R420. T E S TP R O D : L I G H TG R A Y B O D YA S S Y . 0 .O . 6 2 5 I I D I A .0 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 08 0 5 4 5 7 9 3 5 2 .0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0B 0 5 3 0 0 4 8 I 75.vAR RES: E . HLDR. C O N NB O D Y . 4 2 9N C H L O N G DARK GRAY BODY. LEAD.152 D X 0.ELECTRICAL STRD. C O N T A C T . C O N N E C T O R .SLIDE S!{:LIGHT GRAY PLASTIC 80009 333-1655-01 PANELSIDE: .IG. SLIDE : DP3T I^I/PLASTIC PLATE R . E L E C : O . .R 3 4 0 / 3 3 4 0 . 2 0 I O D . I{IRING HARNESS. HLDR. P L .0 4 8 0 5 3 0 0 5 2 I 2 1 I 6 -LzL 013-0107-02 . .BRS& CU BE GOLD . P O S T . .TERM. R395. .ELECTRICAL:PROBE WIRE INCLUDES: . P R O B E : l M E G O H M / I M E G O I I M S I L V E R 22526 80009 80009 80009 80009 22526 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 47439 352-0169-00 352-0360-00 352-0360-01 179-1992-OO 47439 352-0199-00 010-0262-01 010-0262-05 010-0262-02 0r0-0262-04 80009 0r3-0107-02 80009 I 75-1288-03 80009 175-1498-01 80009 I 75-0940-00 80009 175-0940-01 80009 80009 76545 71785 80009 80009 80009 80009 200-r281-00 200-r280-00 56896-000 318-20-00-003 204-0490-03 204-0594-01 204-0490-05 204-0594-02 lö I R E V M . S ! ' I I T C HS L I D E: D P 3 T .{/ MEG OHM.0 0 2 4 . O . T A S H E R .TERMCONN:2 hrIRE BLACK I T O L D E R . EL: 5 I'IIRE BLACK . EACITLAMP ASSY INCLUDES: :22-26 AI{G.E D : 0 . 2 .0 1 B 0 5 3 0 0 5 1 I -r24 200-1281-008010100 8053004X -125 200-1280-00 B 0 l 0 l 0 0 8053004X . CONNECTOR.SLIDE SI{:MEDIUMGRAY PLASTIC GRAY PLASTIC COVER. . M E T A L L I C : 0 . 5 L W/CLrc COMMON . C O N NB O D Y .0 3 6 0 .0 9 8 4 . 5 5 L . AI{G.IIRE BLACK .0 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 08 0 5 3 0 0 4 17 5 . P R O B E : l X B O D Y .R44015440. S L I D ED P D T . 1 2 5 V .TEST PROD: B O D YA S S Y .R480(SEEPL FOR PN) MI 2 . P R O B E O N L Y I : PROBE VOLTACE I MEG OHI. CONNECTOR.RF: . C A B L E A S S Y . . 0 8 6 I D X 0 . L A M P A S S Y : ( S r n D S 3 1 0 . S}IITCII. S I . R 3 7 5 / 5 3 7 5 .TEST PROD:RETRACTABLE . 4 8 .TERMCONN:4 [{IRE BLACK PL. 1 2 5 V A C .0 5 8 0 5 3 0 0 5 ot0-0262-02 B 0 l 0 l 0 0 8 0 5 3 0 0 4 0 10 . LEAD. . O . CABLE INCLUDES: 1 : : . I I T C H .0 9 4 0 . R F : 9 4 O H MC O A X ' 4 9 .149 8 -0 B 0 5 3 0 0 5 I -I23 1 7 5 .0 3 6 0 . D S 5 3 5E P L ) . O OC A : . CONNBODY PL. 1 2 5 I D . V O L T A G2 1 2 . O EYELET. 1 2 5 L CABLEASSY.24 AI. E Y E L E T .5 A . l-98 -99 -100 -101 -r02 -103 -ro4 -105 -106 -107 -108 -109 -110 -1 I I -ll2 -l 13 -1l4 -l l5 200-2262-00 XB066335 210-0933-00 I 260-a723-00 I 260-0984-00 8010100 052399 3 8 2 6 0 . : 2 2 ' 2 A I { G ' B R S &C U B E G O L D 6 .DARK .METALLIC:0. LEAD. E L : 3 W I R E B L A C K :E P R O B E .0 9 4 0 .245 INCH L'BRS .LED:21 214 : I{IRING IIARNESS SINGLE SI{EEP CU BE GOLD :22-26 AI. LIGI{T GRAY P R O B E .TEST: I X. 0 . C O N T A C T : F OJ A C K T I P :CIIASSIS . HLDR.TERM. M A Y 198 0 10-5 . I . C A B L EN I P .0 1 8052400 3 129-0398-00 2 179-1846-00 I I4 t3l-0707-00 5 131-0621-00 I 2LO-0774-OO I 210-0775-00 I 352-0162-00 8 352-0163-00 8010100 054130 2 I 64-00 8 0 5 4 1 t 352-01 3 I 352-01 5-00 x80541 1 6 3 I 352-0202-00 2 200-1480-01 I 200-1480-00 I 200-1480-02 I 333-1655-01 2 Name&DescriPtion Mfr N C o d e M f rP a r t u m b e r 80009 200-2262-00 08530 79727 79727 79727 80009 80009 22526 22526 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 80009 OBD crl 26-0028 2 c-l 28-s-001 G-I 28SPC/ I 29-0398-00 179-1846-00 47439 4623r 2IO-0774-00 210-0775-00 6 352-01 2-00 6 352-01 3-00 352-01 4-00 6 6 352-01 5-00 352-0202-00 200-1480-01 200-1480-00 200-1480-02 t t I I I I I I I I I ro -1 16 I 31-0707-00 -I I 7 352-0169-00 3 5 2 . V O L T A G E :X l . T E R M . CONNBODY. I . 1 7 4 S Q X 0 . . TIP. Serial/Model Index Tektronix Dscont O t y 1 2 3 4 5 Part No. P L ' E L : 6 L I I R E B L A C K . EL: 7 I.SLIDE SIrr:DARK COVER. N O N M E T A L : O .TERMCONN:6 I{IRE BLACK COVER.0 0 B 0 1 0 0 0 8053004x I -I27 2r4-0592-00 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 4 X 8 -1 28 204-0490-03 B010100 053004 8 204-0594-OL 8 0 5 3 0 0 5 -129 204-0490-05 8 0 1 l 0 0 8 0 5 3 0 0 4 0 204-0594-02 8 0 5 3 0 0 5 .P L S T C L 21 HOLDER. 7 5 C .BRS& . COVER.0 2 6 2 .ELEC LIP:YELLOI^MML T CLIP.

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your manual is correct as printed.your manual may contai n new i c h a n g e i n fo rma ti o no n fo l l ow i ng pages.ro I t I I I I I MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION At Tektronix. So me ti m e s . to I I SERVICENOTE partsprocurementproblem. t I I t I to .They are installedwhen necessary ensure prompt deliveryto to the customer.T h e p a rtsu s e dw i l l i n n o w ay al teror compromi se performance rel i abi l i ty the or of this instrument.someelectricalpartsin your Because the universal of instrumentmay be differentf rom those describedin the Replaceable ElectricalParts L i s t. A singlechange may affectseveralsections. some d u p l i c a ti o nm a y o c c u r.we continuallystriveto keep up with latestelectronicdevelopments by adding circuit and component improvements our instrumentsas soon as they to are developedand tested.Sincethe changeinformationsheets a re c a rri e d i n th e m a n u a l unti l al l changes are permanentl yentered.H ence.d u e to p ri nti ng and shi ppi ng requi rements.Order replacementparts from the Replaceable ElectricalParts List. l f n o such change pagesappearfol l ow i ngthi s page. e can' t get these w c h a n g e si mme d i a te l y n to p ri ntedmanual s.

10 ns Pretrigger pulse delay 108-l0Voutput 1 1 1. J U N 1 9 7 8 181 184 t o: .marker to 0. Multiple output from 5 sec time-marks can be through 100 ns. 1908 191 067-0532-01 504 replaces 067-0532-01 SG 503 . Additional support instrumentationmay be neededor a change in calibrationprocedure may be necessary.50 ns and 1 V.Frequency range 65 MHz to 500 MHz.1 . 108. TG 501 .5ns into50 O. SG 503 .Comparator output can be alternately chopped to a reference voltage. be generated at a time. One time-mark can be generated at a time. 1 0 . 10. a n d 0 .Separatetrigger pulsesof 1 and 0. SG 504 . 60 V.Multipletime-marks 184 . 5 0 1. Only those characteristics where significant specificationdifferencesoccur. 106 . High Amplitude output. One time-mark can be generated at a time. PG 506 .M u l t i p l e time-marks can be generatedsimultaneously.0ns into50 Q. High Amplitude output. 100 v. 3.Frequency range I t I I I 067-06s0-00 TG 501 replaces 180.5 V p-p.S V o u t p u t p u l s e .10V outputpulse 1 ns Risetime PG 508 replaces114 115 210'. Comparlson of Main Gharacterlstlcs DM 501 replaces7D13 PG 501 replaces 1 108 PG 502 replaces 107 108 111 PG502-5Voutput PG 502 . a n d 1 0 0 k H z .Positive-going trigger output signal at least 1 V.Amplitude range 40 mV to 10 V p-p. In some casesthe new instrument may not be a total functional replacement. 1 0 . R E VB .Trigger outputslaved to market output from 5 sec through 100 ns. 1804 . 067-0502-01 1904. 0502-01.1 gs. 10 and 1 gs.Trigger outputpulses.Trigger outputslaved to marker output from 5 sec through 100 ns. 1 ms.Trigger pulses 1.R i s e t i m e .Amplitude range 5 mV to 5. 0532-01.from 5 sec slaved to.1 s e c . 181 . All TM 500 plug-ln Instruments require TM 5O&serles Power Module. 5 n s : 3 0 0 to 250 ns Pretrigger pulse delay t o tr I I I I I I ll 3.Separatetrigger TG 501 .5ns Risetime 3. 1908 . are listed. 1804 TG 501 .Does not have chopped feature. generatedsimultanOne time-markcan eously. NOTE: All TM 500 generator outputs are short-proof.Positiveand Negativegoing trigger output signal. 0532-01. 1 .Frequencyrange 65 MHz 500 MHz. 2901 . PG 506 . 1 0 0H z .CALIBRATION TESTEQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT Calibration Test Equipment Chart This chart compares TM 500 product performance to that of older Tektronix equipment.Frequency range 250 kHz to 250 MHz.Risetimeless than 1 ns. PG 506 replaces 106 Performanceof replacementequipment is the same or better than equipment being replaced.

ng 2 ms.ür. Install a 270 otnrs reslstor for R388.ril-l. AI{D SCIIEMAT DIAGRÄ!4CIIANGES IC Text Page 3-5 preceding ADD: SeLectable Components. turn the 214 on.:wlse).and minimun Lntenslty change when changing sweep speeds from 5 ms to 2 ms. Resistor R388 value is selected for a switching rmblanked trace height of no more than 1.5 vertlcal the next larger size for R388. The val-ue of R388 ls selected frorn a range of 27O.FXD.5 s. Recallbratlon After Repair title 2. set SEc/DIv to and set IMENSITY to maximum (fully c1ocl.CIVIPSN:300 (snr. If each lnstall 4 until taini. or 330 olil{) Schematic Diagram Bl Change of Q388 in Partial A1 Input Board area. Set CH I POS to place the CH I dot to the top graticule horlzontal llne and set CH 2 POS to place the CH 2 dot to the botgratlcule tom horizontal Line.rrrEDrop(cEuFrrrcE MANUALCHANGEINFORMATION Date: _11-5-80 Change Reference' y142047 product: 214 STORAGE oSCIIIOSCOPE SERVICE. Check that no more than 1.I -o I TelGftrnix 6. 4. . unblanked trace exceeds 1.repeat steps 2 through high whlle mainunblanked traces are no more than 1.shorr as dots. Diagram 2. of unblanked trace extends vertlcally lo I I I I I I I off the 214' turn divisions. REPLACEABLE ELECTRICAL ?ARTS. 3.: 070-1483-00 I I I I I I EFI SN 8109195-up TEXT. The traces !. 300. DESCRIPTION Manual PartNo. recheck and.5 diviolons mlnimum lntenslty change when svrltching sweep speed from 5 ms to Replaceable Electrical CIIANGE TO: R388 315-0301-00 Parts List OIIM (triOUrUAlVAL.5 divisions f rorn each dot.. CIIANGE: R388 v alue circuit to S EL to I of . SEt) RES. 300. or 330 ohms as follows: 1.ecrno FR0M 270.5 dlvislons for each channel.

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