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OPERATING AND SERVICING MANUAL
OPERATING AND SERVICING MANUAL
M O D E L 122A/AR OSCILLOSCOPE S E R I A L 101 A N D ABOVE
Copyright HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY 1959 275 PAGE MILL ROAD, P A L 0 ALTO, CALIFORNIA, U. S. A .
SWEEP Sweep Range: 15 Calibrated sweeps, accurate to within *5%, in a 1, 2, 5, 10, ... sequence, 5 psec/cm to 200 millisec/cm. Vernier permits continuous adjustment 0 1 sweep time between calibrated steps and extends the 200 millisec/cm steF to at least 0.5 sec/c X5 sweep expansioil lllay uc; ust;u ail x a i i g c s and expands fastest sweep ta 1 psec/cm. Expansion is about the center of the CRT and expanded sweep accuracy is 4 0 % . Automatic from 50 cps to m u KC; internally rrom vertical deflection signals causing 1/2 cm o r more vertical deflection; from external signals 2.5 volts peak-to-peak o r greater, and from line voltage. Control overrides automatic ailu ,,F;Illllcu clIF; LILRRF;l to be set between --10 and +10 volts. Turning fully counterclockwise into AU1r0 restores automatic IDperation.
VERTICAL AMPLIFIERS Bandwidth:
DC coupled: dc to 200 kc.
AC coupled: 2 cps to 200 kc. Bandwidth is independent of calibrated sensitivity setting.
10 millivolts/cm to 100 volts/cm. 4 calibrated steps accurate within *5%, 10 mv/cm, 100 mv/cm, 1 v/cm and 10 v/cm. Vernier permits continuous adjustment of sensitivitv between stem and extends 10 v/cm step to at least 100 v/cm.
Internal Calibrator: Input Impedance: Phase Shift: Balanced Input:
Calibrating signal automatically connected to vertical amplifier for standardizing of gain, acc:uracy *2%. 1 megohm,-apprc)ximately 50 ppf shunt capacitance.
--::-11-L ---- ----- -LVertical and hoi-:.--.-..-I ilruiiLai amuiiiiers n a v e same unase characteristics within * 2 " to 100 kc wthen verniers are fully cw.
On 10 mv/cm r'ange on both amplifiers. Input impeda nce, 2 megohms shunted by approximate:ly 25 ppf. Common mode rejectionis at least 40 db. Common mode signal mi1st not exceed * 3 volts peak.
swiccneu t one cnannei to give differential input o Both input signals may I J ~ on all vertical sensitivity ranges. The sensitivity switches may be s e t separately to allow mixing signals of different levels. Common mode rejection es on most sensitive range, 30 db on other is a t least 40 db with ranges.
ONLY, B-A, ALTERNATE or CHOPPED.
Cabinet Mount: 9-3/4 in. Bandwidth is independent of calibrated sensitivity setting. shunted by approximately 100 wf.5%. 15 in. 21-1/4 in. face-fitting molded rubber. Edge lighted with controlled illumination. and 10 v/cm. +20 v to blank trace of normal intensity. Horizontal and vertical amplifiers have same phase characteristics within *2 to 100 kc. wide. shipping 51 Ibs. AC-83A Viewing Hood. Terminals on rear. deep. 7 in. Light proof bezel provides firm mount for oscilloscope camera and is removed easily for quick change of filter.. high. approximately 150 watts. 1 megohm. shipping 48 lbs. 3 calibrated steps.1 volt/cm to 100 volts/cm. 0. 21-1/4 in. Direct connection to deflection plates via terminals on rear. 19 in. Rack Mount: Net 33 lbs.Model 122A SPECIFICATIONS (CONT’D. deep..50-1000 cps. Major horizontal and vertical axes have 2 mm subdivisions. Sensitivity approximately 20 v/cm. Cabinet Mount: Net 35 lbs. AC coupled: 2 cps to 200 kc. P7 and P11 phosphors are also available. Vernier permits continuous adjustment o sensitivity between steps and extends 10 v/cm step to at least 100 v/cm.1 v/cm. deep behind panel. high. 2500 volt accelerating potential. wide. f . Rack Mount: 19-1/2 in. P2 is available i f desired for special applications.) -IORIZONTAL AMPLIFIER Bandwidth: DC coupled: dc to 200 kc. CRT Bezel: CRT Plates: Intensity Modulated: Filter Supplied: Illuminated Graticule: Dimensions: Weight: Power: Accessories Available: . Color of filter compatible with CRT phosphor supplied: Green with P1 and P2 Amber with P7 Blue with P11. 1 v/cm. 115/230 volts +lo%. accurate within . nominal. Sensitivity: Input Impedance: Phase Shift: SENERAL Cathode Ray Tube: 5AQPl mono-accelerator normally supplied. marked in cm squares. 10 cm x 10 cm.
..................11 . ..... ...7 ...........12 ......2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4 . ... . .......5 .2 2......... ..................... 3 2........... 5 Page ......... ........ ............... ..................a 4-9 4 10 4 11 4 12 4 13 . MAINTENANCE 4-1 4 ... .......1 .... . ............. ..................................... 1-1 1-1 1-1 SECTION I1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...........................15 ....... Trouble-Shooting Procedure Condensed Test and Adjustment Procedure Complete Adjustment Procedure Turn On Procedure Power Supplies Trigger Generator Vertical Amplifier Horizontal Amplifier Adjustments Sweep Generator ............. ....1 I11 2 111 ......... 1 I1 ......2 SECTION V TABLEOFREPLACEABLEPARTS 5 ..........1 Table of Replaceable Parts .............. .. ........ General Content Vertical Amplification Channels Horizontal Amplification Channels Sweep Generator High Voltage Power supply Low Voltage Power Supply .....13 ......... .9 ....................................1 .... 3 111 3 111 3 ...... i 1 i 1 .... .....CONTENTS SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION 1 ..........11 ....................5 . 4 2 2 SECTION 111 Controls and Terminals Vertical Amplifier Input Considerations Checking Horizontal Amplifier Gair Calibration Operating Drawings 11 ..... ....11 ......... ..... ......... ...........1 .......... ................ .......... 5 3... ..1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1...1 .. 111 ...3 3..... ...... General Description Damage in Transit Power Line Voltages Conversion for 230 Volt 0 Accessories Available ...... ........ I1 ......... ................ 6 SECTION IV ........1 I1 1 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 3 1 3 2 3 ....... ... 4 3.. ........... .. .... Introduction Front Panel Operational Check Removing the Cabinet Tube Replacement.... .. V ...........1 111 ....... . IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV ...... .... .....15 .....................
the reverse side of this sheet must be filled out in full and returned with the tube. since no credit can be allowed on broken tubes. U.S. I I I I I I SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS 1) Carefully wrap the tube in 1/4" thick cotton batting o r other soft padding material. a r e guaranteed against electrical failure for one year from the date of sale by the Hewlett-PackardCompany. We do not recommend parcel post o r air parcel post shipment. 2) Wrap the above in heavy kraft paper. Please consult him.I I I I I I I CATHODE R A Y TUBE W A R R A N T Y I I I I I I The cathode ray tube supplied in your Hewlett-Packard Oscilloscope and replacement cathode ray tubes purchased from @ . I I I I I I 5) Tubes returned from outside the continental United States should be packed in a wooden box. Broken tubes o r tubes with burned phosphor are not included in this guarantee. Your local Hewlett-Packard representative maintains a stock of replacement tubes and will be glad to process your warranty claim for you. Be certain that the packing is tight all around the tube. . 4) Surround the tube withat least four inches ofpackedexcelsior o r similar shockabsorbing material. CALIF. Follow shipping instructions carefullyto insure safe arrival. Whenever a tube is returned for a warranty claim.A. I I I I I I 3) Pack in a rigid container which is a t least 4 inches larger than the tube in each dimension. 275 P A G E M I L L ROAD. PALO ALTO. I I I I I I HEWLETT-PACKARD co. 6) Ship prepaid preferably by AIR FREIGHTor RAILWAY EXPRESS.
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Remove these jumpers. These signals may also be viewed separately o r with their difference (B-A) displayed on the screen. . It has accurately calibrated input sensitivity and sweep-speed ranges.0 amp slow-blow fuse. Replace the 2. i. Dual-trace operation is obtained with an electronic switch. Refer to the Low Voltage Power Supply Schematic for details. Locate the power supply terminal s t r i p situated next to the power transformer.0 amp slowblow fuse with a 1.e. This is a face-fitting moulded rubber hood used to shade the face of the cathode-ray tube under high ambient light conditions. This permits observation of two signals at the same time. Changes such a s aging and changes of potentials cause this drift. I Page 1 SECTION 1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1-1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1-3 POWER LINE VOLTAGES The Model 122A is a dc to 200 kc dual-trace cathode-ray oscilloscope. these changes a r e of the common-mode type and are rejected by differential amplifiers. This oscilloscope features dc-coupled differential amplifiers and dual-trace operation. It will permit the u s e o f lower beam intensity setting. F o r instance. 1-4 CONVERSION FOR 230 VOLT OPERATION The instrument can be converted from 115 v to 230 v operation by reconnecting the power transformer dual primary windings a s follows: Remove the instrument from the cabinet by removing the two large screws from the r e a r of the cabinet. 1-5 ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE 1-2 D A M A G E IN TRANSIT Refer to the warranty page in this manual i f any damage is apparent upon receipt. The instrument will operate satisfactorily over a *lo% variation from the nominal value. they will reject hum pick-up while amplifying the desired signal. Generally. This instrument is designed to operate from a nominal 115 o r 230 volt source. using differential amplifiers has other advantages. chopped operation is used with low frequency signals. Thus differential amplifiers a r e also used to stabilize dc amplifiers. However. The two signals may be viewed either alternately during consecutive sweeps or chopped on each sweep. connecting the windings in series.Model 122A Sect. In addition. Chopped operation involves switching rapidly between the two signals so that both appear to be traced simultaneously. If abnormally high line voltage is suspected monitor the line voltage to be certain it does not exceed 127 volts. The twoouter terminals on each side are jumpered together connecting the windings in parallel. Operationat 130/260 volts will damage the instrument. An AC-83 Viewing Hood is available at extra cost. Push the instrument from the cabinet by pushing on the rear of the chassis. Normally dc amplifiers a r e difficult to keep stable. Differential amplifiers are useful since they reject the common-mode (in-phase) part of the input while amplifying the differential (out-of-phase) part. Connect an insulated jumper between the second and fourth terminals. The most useful type of presentation in each case will depend upon the frequencies involved. 103-127 volts.
Sect. 11 Page 0 Model 122A e c VI Y I I \ \ \ \ \ I I \ \ \ I I I I I E c C Y 2 c I I I I I I .
This limit is *3 volts on the rid. Unbalanced Input (see Figure 2-2) Maximum voltage limit as in table 2-1. the limitation that it may only be used on the . Adjust the input amplitude for a 10 cm high pattern. Additional detailed information is given VERTICAL AMPLIFIER I N P U T :ONSIDERATIONS exceed the common-signal voltage limit my conditions. h e attenuators a r e used the voltage to the brminals may be increased by the amount of the attenuation a s follows: P TABLE 2-1 Attenuator Setting 0. However. SENSITIVITY switches to 0. The lower red terminal does not have an attenuator between it and its input grid.’ Therefore balanced input with attenuation is not possible using only a single channel without external attenuators. However. Set both VERT.01 VOLTS/CM ranges must be observed. Basic operating procedures a r e shown in the illustrations that follow. for exactly 10 cm of horizontal deflection. Gain Adj. 2-1 briefly shows how to operate the innt. Differential (B-A) Input (see Figure 2-3) Maximum voltage limit from each line to ground as in table 2-1. balanced input with either dual o r single channel operation is possible (see Figure 2-4). A. The location of the controls on the front panel is different in the rack mount model but the functions of the controls are the same. Refer to Figures 2-1 to 2-4 for further details concerning connections. The following a r e recommended ways of connecting the oscilloscope. calibrate the vertical amplifier a s shown in Figure 2-10. Rejection is at least 30 db on other ranges. and HORIZ.1 1. R114.01 VOLTS/CM 0. this may be accomplished using both channels (see paragraph B above and Figure 2-3). I1 Page 1 SECTION II OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ONTROLS A N D TERMINALS C. F o r example. First. Set Horiz.o 10 Common-Signal Limi *3 volts 30 300 500 2-3 CHECKING H O R I Z O N T A L AMPLIFIER G A I N CALIBRATION NOTE Maximum peak input voltage limit is 600 volts (dc plus peak ac). .122A Sect. Feed an external 1 volt signal into the verticaland horizontal input terminals. Other Types of Input Other types of input are possible.Note that this is the sum of all voltc plus peak ac). The horizontal amplifier may be calibrated by comparing it with the vertical amplifier. This limitation is necessary since there is an attenuator only between the upper red input terminal and the input grid. Common-signal rejection is at least 40 db with both switches set on 10 MILLIVOLTS/CM.1 VOLTS/CM with VERNIER’S in Cal. as with most other types of input. . Directions a r e given for the cabinet model but a r e the same for the rack mount model. Thus the commonsignal limit is *3 volts. 2-4 OPERATING D R A W I N G S B..
I1 Page 2 Model 122A UNBALANCED INPUT I mim A VERT SENSITIVITY 3 CHANNELA POLARITY pos UP NE6 up \ 0 S C I L Y O D E L c'i'P~E J 1. Follow same procedure for other channel. Connect input to red terminals with ground to lower terminal. Figure 2-2 .Sect.
I1 Page 3 BALANCED INPUT /L-JI 0 Y O D E L 1 1 2 . S C I L C O P 1. Set both VERT. 2. Set VERT. SENSITIVlTY switches to (same) sensitivity desired (AC or DC range). Figure 2-3 . 3. PRESENTATION to B-A.:1 122A Sect. Connect one lead to top terminal of one channel and other lead to other channel.
I1 Page 4 Model 122A BALANCED I N P U T . Disconnect ground strap. To connect proceed as follows: 1. Connect input to red terminals. SENSITIVITY O N L Y A VERT SENSITIVITY VLI*ILR B VERT SENSITIVITY "EIWlLl SWEEPTIME W I Z S M E vLI)yDI Balanced input may be used only on the OlVOLTS/ CM ranges (AC or DC) because only the upper red terminal has an attenuator in s e r i e s between it and the amplifier input grid. Set VERT. Both channels may be connected and observed with either CHOP. presentation. Set VERT.01 VOLTS/ CM (AC o r DC). PRESENTATION to A. SENSITMTY switch to . o r ALT. Set CHANNEL A POLARITY to polarity desired. 5. 4. . Figure 2-4 I . 2. 3.01 V O L T S / C M . Channel B may be connected similarly.Sect.
Feed vertical input signal(s) into vertical input terminal(s).INTERNAL S Y N C H R O N I Z A T I O N 1. PRESENTATION switch to desired presentation.depending upon slope of trigger point desired. 5. Set SWEEP TIME . ) 6. I1 Page 5 I N T E R N A L SWEEP . 3. Set VERT. 2.€€OR SENS. Figure 2-5 . switch for desired sweep speed.Model 122A Sect. SENSITIVlTY switch(es) for desired sensitivity. rotate TRIGGER LEVEL control to select level of trigger point. Adjust VERT. (Notethat there are both AC and DC coupled ranges. E AUTOMATIC sweep is not desired. Set SYNC switch t o T(+ or -). 4.
4. Connect signal (1) to two red terminals of channel A. I1 Page 6 Model 122A C H 0 PP ED 0 PER AT10 N .Sect. Connect signal (2) to the two red terminals of channel B. . 2. Synchronize sweep externally to avoid “Jitter”. Figure 2-6 . Set VERT. PRESENTATION to CHOP. d 1. Connect external sync signal. 3. ’- Usefulfor observing low frequency signals (less than approximately 2 kc).
it is necessary to use external triggering. this presentation can be used with internal Figure 2-7 3. use external triggering. Also. triggering even when the two signals a r e s related in frequency. Connect signal to two red terminals of channel B. PRESENTATION to ALT. When operating in this manner the intensity of the traces will be reduced if the traces are separated on the screen. This may be eliminated by adjusting the VERTICAL POSITION controls so that the traces overlap. U s e this method of presentation for fast sweep speeds. Connect signal to two red terminals of channel A. 1. Set VERT. It is then possible to separate the traces without intensity reduction. Since each is individually triggered. . I1 Page 7 ALTERNATE SWEEP O P E R A T I O N / Useful for observing higher frequency signals (above approximately 2 kc). Usually operation will involve signals related in frequency. If this is the case.Model 122A Sect. if it is desired to maintain phase information between the two signals being viewed. 2.
SENSITIVITY switch(es) for desired sensitivity. (Note that there are both AC and DC coupled ranges. ) Use DC coupling below 2 cps or to preserve dc level. PRESENTATION switch to desired presentation. AC -DC switch has no effect. 5. Set SYNC switch to EXT. into external synchronizing terminals which are ac coupled. AC coupling may introduce excessive tilt in low-frequency square waves. SENS. Set VERT. 2. Adjust VERT. Feed vertical input signal(s) into v e r t i d input terminal( s). Adjust SWEEP TIME desired sweep speed. . Feed synchronizing signal (2-1/2v p-p o r more) 1.HOR. AC couple above 2 cps or to eliminate dc component in input. 3.EXTERNAL S Y N C H R O N I Z A T I O N B VERT SENSITIVIT U L RO I The sum of the dc and peak a c applied to the INPUT terminals must not exceed 600 volts.Sect. 6. 4. Figure 2-8 . I AUTOMATIC sweep is not desired. rotate f TRIGGER LEVEL control to select level of trigger point. switch for 7. I1 Page 8 Model 122A INTERNAL SWEEP .
TurnbothVERT. 2. Repeat procedure for Channel B. Turn VERNIER fully clockwise. 3. Center trace with VERT. Set VERT. SENSFlWTYVERNIERsfully counter-clockwise. Adjust BAL control to center trace o r spot. 4. PRESENTATION switch t o A.Model 122A Sect. SENSTI'IVITYswitches to OFF. 5 . Set both VERT. Figure 2-9 . 6. control. I1 Page 9 VERTICAL BALANCE ADJUSTMENT no 1. POS.
3. PRESENTATION switch to A. 2. M) 4. Adjust GAIN control to give a pattern height of 6 cm. SENSITIVITY switch to CAL. The vertical amplifier is now calibrated so that the engraved markings on the VERT. Set VERNIER to CAL. position. position. Set A VERT.Sect. Set VERT. Repeat this procedure f o r Channel B. Figure 2-10 . SENSlTIVlTY controls are accurate within +5% whenever the VERNIERS are in CAL. I1 Page 10 Model 122A VERTICAL SENSITIVITY CALIBRATION mien A M R T SENSITIVITY vEnmn 0 VERT SENSITIVITY b 1.
3. Figure 2-11 . EXP. Any two cm portion of pattern may be selected to be viewed magnified five times by adjustment of HORIZ. Set SWP. switch to X5. switch in in X position. center the two centimeters of pattern to be magnified on center vertical axis with HORIZ.r :1 Mod€ 122A Sect. POS. control. l 2. EXP. I1 Page 11 I N T E R N A L SWEEP M A G N I F I C A T I O N / WnlcR A VERT SENSITIVITY e "ERllEl VERT SENSITIVITY SWEEPTIME KRIZ SENS VEwm 1. control. POS. After obtaining pattern. Make sure SWP.
SENS. 2. I1 Page 12 Model 122A EXTERNAL H O R I Z O N T A L I N P U T 7' CHANNELA POLARITY VERT PRESENTATION TRIGGER LEVEL RO 1. switch for desired sensitivity. Set AC-DC switch for type of input coupling desired.Sect. Feed horizontal signal to horizontal input terminds. 3. This type of input will be found useful for viewing Lissajous patterns. etc. Set SWEEP TIME .HOlUZ. Figure 2-12 .
I1 Page 13 INTENSITY MODULATION OPERATION HORIZONTAL d Y D3 I C A L 03 POSITIVE DEFLECTS UP L T I REAR VIEW OF INSTRUMENT. - T o intensity modulate with an external signal: 1.'1 122A Sect. Figure 2-13 . TO AVOID OMING IN CONTACT WITH HIGH VOLTAGES. Remove the vertical jumper marked Z-axis. LDY-174 ! I AUTION The deflection plates of the oscilIscope operate at a dc potential above ground. URN THE INSTRUMENT OFF BEFORE REOVING THE COVER PLATE FROM THEDELECTION PLATE TERMINALS. 2. Connect the external intensity modulation signal to these terminals (a negative signal will brighten the trace).
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CONNECTION TO DEFLECTION PLATES
TOP OF CASE
REAR VIEW OF INSTRUMENT.
Deflection plates of cathode-ray tube operate at high dc potentials. TURN 1 2 2 ~ OFF BEFORE REMOVING COVER PLATE FROM DEFLECTION PLATE TERMINALS.
T o connect an external signal t o the deflection plates: A. AC COUPLED
1. Remove the jumpers going to terminals D1
B. DIRECT COUPLED 1. Remove the jumpers going to terminals D1 and D2 f o r horizontal input and/or D3 and D4 f o r vertical input. 2. Connect leads from the vertical input directly to D3 and D4 and the lead from the horizontal input directly to D1 and D2. POSITION controls will no longer control pattern. Position voltages must be furnished by the signal source. Best picture focus is obtained when plates a r e at +275V with respect to 122A chassis.
and D2 f o r horizontal input and/or D3 and D4 f o r vertical input. 2. Connect 1 megohm 1/2 w t resistors in place at of the jumpers removed in step 1. 3. Connect the vertical input blocking condensers to terminals D3 and D4 and the horizontal input blocking condensers to D3 and D4. The POSlTION controls on the 122A wl still conil trol the pattern and good focus will be maintained.
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ALIGNING SCOPE TRACE WITH GRATICULE
To align oscilloscope trace with graticule, remove oscilloscope from cabinet; then
tions. CAUTION HIGH VOLTAGE. TAKE CARE NOT TO TOUCH TERMINALS WHICH HAVE A HIGH POTENTIAL ON THEM. When the cathode-ray tube i s in desired position tighten locking clamp and replace instrument in cabinet.
1. Loosen locking clamp with screwdriver. 2. Adjust fiber lever to adjust position of cathoderay tube in both radial and longitudinal direc-
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C O N N E C T I N G EXTERNAL C A P A C I T O R S T O E X T E N D SWEEP T I M E
CAPACITORS -SIDE OF FRONTPANEL IN CABINET MODEL TOP OF FRONT PANEL IN RACK-MOUNT MODEL
C A PAC1TORS
rhe slowest calibrated sweep provided on the instrument is 1/5 second/cm. This can be extended vith the SWEEP TIME VERNIER to af least 1/2 ;econd/cm o r 5 seconds for the full 10 cm sweep. f you wish a slower sweep the range can be exended indefinitely by connecting a pair of external apacitors to the sweep circuits.
' extend the sweep time, remove chassis from 0 'abinet.
Values of both capacitors a r e the same and wil: be determined by the sweep speed desired. Note that the only ranges that these capacitors will affect are the 50, 100 and 200 MICROSECONDS/CM ranges. The extension of the s i e e p time is i n proportion to the amount of capacity added to the circuit. Using 2 pfd capacitors will increase the calibration of the above ranges to approximately .5, 1, and 2 seconds/cm respectively. The capacitor mentioned i n step 1 of this figure must be a high-quality type such as mylar. No loss of sweep linearity occurs if a capacitor with these specifications is used. The second capacitor is connected to the hold-off circuits and does not require special characteristics.
. Connect external capacitor a c r o s s capacitor
shown on SWEEP TIME/CM switch.
. Connect external capacitor from point shown
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SECTION Ill C IR CUIT DESCRIPTI0 N
Thji section contains a description of the operation s of the Model 122A Oscilloscope. The material in this3 section is a s follows:
3-2! 3-3i 3-4. 3-5 I 3-0 I
Vertical Amplification Channels Horizontal Amplification Channel Sweep Generator High Voltage Power Supply Low Voltage Power Supply
VERNIER and the GAIN control are between the plates of the input amplifier. The secondamplifier and output amplifier in each channel have plate-togrid neutralization. The VERTICAL POSITION control is between the cathodes of the second amplifiers. The output amplifiers are controlled by the switching amplifiers since the cathode current for the output amplifiers is furnished by the switching amplifiers. The switching amplifiers in turn are controlled by the switching multivibrator. The VERT. PRESENTATION switch selects the type of vertical amplifier operation a s follows:
I 3-1 VERTICAL AMPLIFICATION CHANNELS
Bot.h channels are similar so only one description wil:1 be given. The vertical amplifier receives the input signal, amplifies it, anddrives the vertical def:lection plates. It provides attenuation of the inpiut signal, determines the vertical position of the spot on the screen, and supplies a signal for intcxnal synchronization. The signal comes into the input terminals and is fed tothe AC-DC section of 1the VERT. SENSITIVITY switch. If the switch is <3n an AC range the signal goes through a capacitc)r. If the switch is on a Dc range the signal goes directly to the attenuator. The attenuator has e frequency compensated attenuators, a thrc: str; light-through range, an OFF range where the inpii t grid is shorted, and a CAL. range. In the CAIL. position the calibrator output is connected to the vertical amplifier input and plate voltage is connected to the calibrator. The calibrator is a neon-lamp relaxation oscillator.
A or B
The locked state is used when theVERT. PRESENTATION switch is set to A, B o r B-A. Note that the multivibrator can be locked in either of two possible states (Channel A on o r Channel B on). The other channel in each case is biasedoff. In the B-A position Channel B is locked on. ALT. The bi-stable state is used when the VERT. PRESENTATION switch is s e t to ALT. Bi-stable means stable in either of two positions. For example, when operating in the ALT. position, Channel A is off and Channel B is on until a trigger pulse is received from the sweep. Then Channel A is turned on and Channel B is turned off. This action is repetitive and occurs a t the end of each sweep. CHOP
Ver.tical Amplifiers The! vertical amplifiers consist of two identical cha nnels of amplification, a switching amplifier, a s\witching multivibrator, and a trigger amplifier. Eac:h vertical amplifier is composed of three dccou:pled differential amplifiers in cascade. The inpiit amplifier in each channel has the BAL. control ween its cathodes. The VERT. SENSITIVITY
In the CHOP. position the multivibrator is astable. The circuit is a free-running multivibrator running at an approximately 40 kc rate. Thus, in the CHOP. position, the trace is switched back and forth between the two channels at a 40 kc rate. B-A In the B-A position the signal fromchannel B input is fed directly into the channel B amplifier. The
If this switch is in the AC position the signal goeb through a capacitor. switch has a three-position frequency compensated attenuator. Model 122A Block Diagram signal from Channel A input is fedintothe opposite side of the Channel B differential amplifier. SENS. Adj. condenser are connected between the plates of V101. The output of the Channel B amplifier is then the difference between the Channel B and Channel A signal.Sect. The input differential amplifier. potentiometer. The grid of the undriven tube. The output of V102 goes to the horizontal deflection plates. in the cathode circuit of V l O l provide gain adjustment. The signal comes into the input terminals and is fed to the AC-DC switch. SENS. SENS. The horizontal amplification channel also provides attenuation of the input signal. switch. Tube V l O l feeds another differential amplifier. VlOlB. switch will determine which signal is fed into the amplifier. The horizontal input signal then goes through the horizontal sensitivity section of the SWEEP TIME HORIZ. 3-3 HORIZONTAL AMPLIFICATION CHANNELS The horizontal amplifier receives an input signal either from the horizontal input terminals or from the internal sweep generator. III Page 2 Model 122A ATTENUATOR CHANNEL A DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER -I I 3 STAGE OFF I I 0 e+ CALIBRATOR 4) (40KC) I I I f I ATT E N UATOR I I DIFFER E N T I A L AMPLlFl ER CHANNEL B 8-A (DIFFERENTIAL) Figure 3-1.. switch is in the HORIZ. VERNIER and Horiz. HORIZ. This signal may be either the horizontal input signal o r a sawtooth signal from the sweep generator. and determines the horizontal position of the trace on the screen. SENS. POS. In the SWEEPTlME ranges the SWEEP EXPAND switch is used. Plate-to-grid neutralization is used in both stages. ranges. Two potentiometers. The amplifier consists of two differential amplifiers in cascade. potentiometer and a Phase. and drives the horizontal deflection plates. A signal is f e d into the horizontal amplifier. magnification of the internal sweep. VlOlA. goes to the HORIZ. SENS. If this switch is in the DC position the signal goes straight through. amplifies the signal. Bal. 'Either the X 1 o r the X5 resistor legs may be switched between the cathodes of V101. The position of the SWEEP TIME-HORIZ. This - . A Horiz. is driven single-ended. V102. These potentiometers are in the circuit only when the SWEEP TIME-HORIZ. Gain. This is the only signal shown on the screen.
V201. in turn. four . The output of the hold-off cathode follower is fed to the grid of the start-stop trigger. rising. A negative voltage input will brighten the trace while a positive voltage of approximately twenty volts will blank the tube from normal intensity. is connected to the grid of the cathode-ray tube. Trigger Generator The trigger generator consists of a synchronizing circuit and a trigger generator. The pulse from the trigger generator controls the start-stop trigger which. an integrator. The sawtooth generator then goes through one complete cycle. These pulses a r e fed to the startstop trigger. The high-voltage transformer has two separate secondaries and feeds two separate rectifier tubes. and generates a pulse which initiates the action of the sawtooth generator. 111 Page 3 Gate Cathode-Follower Another function of the sweep generator is to furnish a positive pulse to unblank the cathode-ray tube. and a hold-off cathode follower. This circuit oscillates at approximately 100 kc. This sawtooth voltage is fed to the horizontal amplifier and to the hold-off cathode follower. This action generates a square wave output. The INTENSITY control i n the output divider of this supply determines the voltage on the CRT control grid and thus the brilliance of the pattern. selected by the SYNC selector.the integrator switch generates a sawtooth voltage. 3-5 HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY The High Voltage Power Supply consists of a Hartley Oscillator feeding two separate secondary windings and rectifiers. Output from the other rectifier is connected to the cathode of the cathode-ray tube. voltage. from an internal 6. The trigger generator converts the signal into a fast. The synchronizing circuit receives a signal either from the vertical amplifier for internal synchronization ( + o r -). This square wave output is differentiated by L201 into a s e r i e s of positive and negative pulses.Model 122A 3-4 SWEEP GENERATOR Sect. The trigger generator receives the synchronizing signal. o r from the horizontal input terminals for external synchronization. 3-6 LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY The Low Voltage Power Supply consists of three regulated supplies. The sweep generator consists of a trigger generator and a sawtooth generator. The sweep circuit will operate again when another pulse is received from the trigger generator. It consists of a transformer. The Intensity-Modulation terminals a r e a c coupled to the cathode of the cathode-ray tube. controls the integrator switch. Voltage is taken from this supply and fed into the input of a two stage dccoupled amplifier. Sawtooth Generator The sawtooth generator consists of a start-stop trigger. The integrator switch controls the action of the integrator. It automatically shuts itself off bymeans of feedback upon completion of one cycle.3 volt source for line frequency synchronization. This pulse is obtained from the start-stop trigger. V302. Hartley Oscillator The Hartley Oscillator consists of a pentode. This delay is necessary so that successive waveforms will start from the same voltage each time. The integrator generates a linear. V202. an integrator switch. The unblanking pulse is also direct-coupled to this supply and hence to the grid of the cathode-ray tube. V304. V201. Output of one rectifier. The output of this amplifier is fed back to the screen of the Hartley Oscillator i n the proper phase to oppose any change in the dc output of the cathode supply. The trigger generator. This voltage keeps the start-stop trigger from triggering until all the circuits have had time to recover to their original quiescent voltage. During the time of the sweep operation a positive pulse is applied which overrides the negative voltage and unblanks the picture. This action plus the switching action of . but only after a hold-off time during which all of the circuits have had time to return to their quiescent voltages. and a tapped winding on the high-voltage transformer. constant-amplitude pulse for operation of the startstop trigger. Positive Voltage Supply The Positive Voltage supply furnishes + 380 volts and + l o 0 volts. Normally the voltage applied to the grid of the cathode-ray tube cuts off the beam. A negative signal s t a r t s the action by causing the trigger generator to change state. is a Schmitt Trigger with narrow hysteresis limits. one positive and one negative and a dc filament supply.
and a triode cathode-follower. Negative Voltage Supply The Negative Voltage Supply furnishes -150 volts f and -30 volts. Full output of the supply is +380 volts. V1. . and V4. and a regulator-amplifier-reference tube combination in the usual regulated power supply configuration. protects V307B from excessive cathode-to-grid voltage during warm-up. The -30 volt output is Model 122A used as a filament reference voltage and fed to the center tap of the Hum Balance potentiometer. 111 Page 4 silicon rectifiers. Reference voltage is obtained from the -150 volt supply.Sect. 5 a r e connected in series-parallel. Regulated Filament Supply This supply furnishes regulated +24 volts to the heaters of the four input tubes of the vertical amplifier. V315. By supplying this filament voltage from a regulated source vertical trace drift is greatly reduced. The supply consists of a transformer. The output cathode-follower drops this down to furnish +lo0 volts. Neon tube. 2. These tubes. Transistor 4302 is an emitter follower controlling 4301. and two pnp transistors. Transistor 4301 is the series element. It consists o a transformer. a silicon rectifier. a pentode amplifier and a triode regulator in the usual regulated power supply configuration. two silicon rectifiers.
Special components are available directly from the @ factory. and 50 millivolts to 60 volts voltage range. The Trouble-Shooting Procedure.3%. suchas the @Model 400H Vacuum Tube Voltmeter. In addition the “Calibration Generator” must have an attenuator which will reduce the voltage to 20 millivolts in a 1-2-5 times attenuation with an accuracy of *0. IV Page 1 SECTION IV MAINTENANCE I-1 INTRODUCTION This section contains instructions for testing. Perhaps the most convenient source for spare or replacement parts is your local @ representative who maintains a parts stock for your convenience. please specify instrument model and serial number plus the component description and stock number appearing in the Table of Replaceable Parts. Thematerial that follows is divided into sections according to circuit functions. 3) “Marker Generator” with frequency range of 200 kilocycles to 1 cycle per second in decade steps and an accuracy of *0. The Complete Test Procedure. The Condensed Test and Adjustment Procedure. The power supplies are in the rear and on the top chassis brace.25%. paragraph 4-6. such as the Tektronix 180 Time Mark Generator. application. THIS AI 4 YZE EXTRA DATA CANNOT BE CONSIDERED AS SPECIFICATIONS. Each section has a complete set of adjustment instructions. is an expansion of the condensed test and adjustment procedure. is a fast method of checking the basic adjustments of the instrument. is a rapid means of isolating a section of the instrument that is not functioning. adjusting. test. When ordering parts. Equivalent test equipment may be used for testing purposes. such as @Model 200CD Wide Range Oscillator. paragraph 4-2. the Model 122A can be divided into sections with the parts for any particular section located behind the front panel controls for that section. is a fast method of checking the operation of the instrument. The Front Panel Operational Check. and adjustable output 5 millivolts to 20 volts. paragraph 4-7. F SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE @ 122A OSCILLOSCOPE ARE GIVEN IN THE FRONT OF THIS MANUAL. THE SERVICE PROCEDURES THAT FOLLOW CONTAINEXTRADATATOHELPYOU 5 ) “Adjustable Attenuator” having adjustable db steps from 1 to 110 db. 4) “Calibration Generator” furnishing lOOv dc and 100 v ac at 400 or 1000cps. In general. The following test equipment is used for testing and adjusting the Model 122A Oscilloscope during manufacture. Schematic Diagrams and the Table of Replaceable Parts are located a t the end of this section. all voltages with an accuracy of 0. Standard. or repair problems you may have with @instruments P. and trouble-shooting the Model 122A Oscilloscope.25%. RTICULAR INSTRUMENT. readily available components are used for manufacture of @ instruments whenever possible. paragraph 4-5. Your local @ representative also maintains complete facilities and specially trained personnel to assist you with any engineering. 400 cps to 500 kilocycles frequency range. The @ Specification 23678 Voltmeter Calibration Generator will meet these specifications. 2) “Reference VTVM” with 1% accuracy. I * . 1) “Reference Oscillator” with frequency range of 400 cps to 500 kilocycles.Model 122A Sect. Paragraphs 4-3 and 4-4 contain information on removing the cabinet and replacing tubes. . U s e an @ Model 350A Attenuator or equivalent.
0.01 5 5 5 5 00 . such as the @Models 211A and 212A. Table 4-1 lists the selector positions and gives peak-to-peak and rms voltages which should produce the deflection listed. If not.767 17.0 0 01767 .Sect. Note reading on “reference vtvm”.5 cm).5 10. d B. A.67 . SENSITIVITY VERNIER r CAL. refer to VERTICAL AMPLIFIER section of the maintenance procedure before proceeding further. SENSITIVITY AC ranges. This will enable you to determine if the malfunction is in this instrument o r associated equipment. f voltage from the “calibration generator” o f and on. Sensitivity Volts/cm Deflection cm + 5% Voltage Required Peak/Peak rmS . C.(DC) A VERT. The deflection should be a t least 7. refer to VERTICAL AMPLIFIER section of main- - I tenance procedure. SENSITIVITY to . 4-2 FRONT PANEL OPERATIONAL CHECK Perform the following procedure whenever there is any question about the proper functioning of the instrument. - 4) Check the accuracy of the remaining VOLTS/CM positions. The vertical trace should be 10 cm *5% (9. If these controls donot function properly. 2) Connect the “reference oscillator” to input terminal A. 1) Set VERTICAL PRESENTATION to A A VERT. - 6) Repeat above procedure for channel B. 2) Connect a 0 1 volt ac signal from the“Ca1ibra. o TRIGGER LEVEL maximum counterdockwise but not in AUTO. Adjust 05 VERTICAL POSITION as necessary. A s the voltage is switched off and on the CRT spot should shift 10 cm *5% (9. ADJUST DC BALANCE AND VERTICAL CALIBRATION 3) Check dc response by switching a 0 1 volt dc . 50.5 1 . audio frequencies. 50 .5 05 .01 VOLTS/CM TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO. F o r a Proof-of-Performance Check complete the steps a s given and compare the results with the specifications. Set output to previous reading on “reference vtvm”. 3) Set “reference oscillator” to 2 kilocycles and adjust for 10 cm of deflection. refer toVERTICAL AMPLIFIER f section o maintenance procedure. All tests a r e made with the instrument i n the cabinet and the instrument warmed up for a t least fifteen minutes.07 cm (3db down point).1 1 10 4 . VERTICAL AMPLIFIER BANDWIDTH 1) Check the vertical dc balance a s shown in Figure 2-9. IV Page 2 Model 122A 6) “Square Wave Generator” capable of furnishing square waves o r pulses. 4) Set “reference oscillator” to 200 kilocycles. 2) Check the vertical sensitivity calibration a s shown in Figure 2-10.01 VOLTS/CM. VERTICAL AMPLIFIER SENSITIVITY 1) Set VERTICAL PRESENTATION to A A VERT. Always perform this Operation Check before attempting instrument adjustment o r repair. 5) Repeat steps 3 and 4 using the A VERT. cm). SENSITIVITY to .1767 1. tion Generator” to input terminal A. If not. and monitor the input voltage with the “reference vtvm”.
Remove ground S t l. If not. The trace should be 10 *5% long (9.01 VOLTS/CM A VERT. Adjust the position controls to center the horizontal trace. The external attenuation inge is the common-signal rejection and should a t least 40 db.1 volt dc voltage from the “calibration generator” o f f and on. There should be less than 10 c m of deflection. Sect. the f CRT “spot” should shift 10 c m *5%. \ 3) With “reference oscillator’’ s e t to 1 kc and 5 ) Switch “adjustable attenuator” until a deflection of 1cm is again obtained. switch in attenuation until 1 cm of deflection is displayed. SENSITIVITY to 10 VOLTS/CM B VERT.1 cm. E.5 MILLISECONDS/CM VERT. PRESENTATION to ALT. SWEEP TIME to 0. 8 ) Set the “reference oscillator” to 200 kc.Model 122A 5 ) Repeat above procedure for channel B. PRESENTATION to CHOP SWEEP TIME to 50 MILLISECONDS/CM A VERT. POS. As the voltage is switched o f and on. SENSITIVITY and B VERT. POS control should move one chopped trace and B VERT. - 7) Switch VERT. PRESENTATION to B-A. 3) Set “reference oscillator” to 2 kc and adjust output for 5 c m of deflection.5. 3) Check the dc response by switching a 0. SENSITIVITY to OFF B VERT.0 cm. and adjust for 5 cm of deflection. F. PRESENTATION to B. VERTICAL AMPLIFIER COMMON-SIGNAL REJECTION (B-A) A VERT.ap and connect ground side of “reference oscillator” to black terminal. G HORIZONTAL AMPLIFIER SENSITIVITY . W A L TRACE PRESENTATION 1) Set TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO.5 cm). 9) Repeat steps 4. matximum output. SENSITIVITY to 10 VOLTS/CM B VERT. 1) Set HORIZ SENS to . flec:tion should be less than 0. Adjust A VERT. POS control should move the other. SENSITIVITY to OFF 2) Adjust remaining oscilloscope controls to display the chopped trace. 4) Change input so that the same signal is fed into both red input terminals. as necessary. SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL. 4) Set VERT. VERTICAL AMPLIFIER COMMON SIGNAL REJECTION Set A VERT. 3) The A VERT. Limits are the same as before.1 VOLTS/CM. PRESENTATION to A TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO. 5 and 6. SYNC to INT 2) Connect the “reference oscillator” to the channe11 A input terminal through an “adjustable attenUaltor” terminated with 600 ohms. De- 1b 5 ) Set A& B VERT. refer to the HORIZONTAL AMPLIFIER section of the maintenance procedure. Deflecn ti01 should be less than 1. If the instrument fails to meet any of these limits consult the appropriate part of the VERTICAL AMPLIFIER section of the maintenance procedure.1 VOLTS/CM HORIZ SENS VERNIER to CAL VERT PRESENTATION to A DC-AC (horizontal input coupling) to DC 2) Connect the “calibration generator”. 4) Switch VERT. IV Page 3 6) Switch A VERT. SENSITIVITY to 0. . SYNC to INT VERT. SWEEP TIME to 0.10.5 MILLISECONDS/CM VERT. SENSITIVITY to 1 V. Repeat above procedure for channel B.0 volts 4 W P T P to the horizontal input terminals. Thechanne1 A and channel B traces should be displayed alternately. PRESENTATION to B 2) Connect the “reference oscillator” to both the chatnnel A and channel B input terminals. set for 1. SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL. SENSITIVITY to .
3) Each step of the SWEEP TIME/CM selector is checked using the method outlined i n the previous step. SWEEP GENERATOR TRIGGERING 1) Set SYNC to INT TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO A VERT SENSITIVITY to 0. I.00O/sec. Sensitivity Volts/cm .000 s e c of a 1 millisecond period.0 10. to the oscilloscope vertical input. refer to the TRIGGER GENERATOR section of the maintenance procedure. Monitor the sine wave amplitude with the “reference vtvm” . K. 7) Decrease the amplitude of the “reference oscillator” until the pattern goes out of synchronization. 400 cps.535 35. s e t for approximately 0. If the oscilloscope fails to meet either check. The reading on the “reference vtvm” should be 0. If not. EXPANDED SWEEP CALIBRATION 1) Set SWEEP TIME to 1 MILLISECONDS/CM SWEEP TIME VERNIER to CAL. 4) Decrease the input from the “reference oscillator” until the pattern goes out of synchronization.3535 3. 3) Adjust remaining oscilloscope controls to display a few cycles of signal. HORIZONTAL AMPLIFIER BANDWIDTH 1) Set HORIZ SENS to . SYNC. Ad just remaining oscilloscope controls to display the signal with a vertically centered peak-to-peak deflection of 4 to 6 centimeter.Sect.5 cm of horizontal deflection.0 H.0 0. to INT. Monitor the sine wave amplitude with the “reference vtvm”. J. 1) Set SWEEP TIME to 1 MILLISECONDS/CM SWEEP TIME VERNIER to CAL SYNC to INT TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO SWEEP EXPAND to X1 2) Connect the output of the “marker generator” to the oscilloscope vertical input.5 cm high o r less.5-10. Adjust remaining oscilloscope controls to display the signal with a vertically centered peakto-peak deflection of 4 to 6 centimeters. Table 4-2 provides complete information on selector position. The pattern should be 0. SWEEP EXPAND to X 1 2) Connect the output of the “marker generator” to the oscilloscope vertical input. IV Page 4 4) Check the accuracy of the remaining VOLTS/CM positions a s given in the following table: ~ Model 122A vertical input. frequency o r period of the timing signal and cycles of the signal produced in 9. 5 ) Connect “reference oscillator” to the external synchronization terminals and the oscilloscope . - 5) Set “reference oscillator” to 200 kilocycles.1 VOLTS/CM A VERT SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL VERT PRESENTATION to A 2) Connect the “reference oscillator”. refer to the TRIGGER GENERATOR section of the maintenance procedure.1 VOLTS/CM TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO 2) Connect the “reference oscillator” to the oscilloscope horizontal input terminals.5 v rms. refer to the HORIZONTAL AMPLIFIER section of the maintenance procedure. This signal should produce 10 cycles in 10 (55%) centimeters of horizontal deflection. The deflection should now be at least 7. Set “marker generator” for 1/1. Set “marker generator” for 1. 4) Set the “reference oscillator” to 2 kilocycles and adjust for 10 cm of deflection. Set output to previous reading on “reference vtvm”. or a 1millisecond period. INTERNAL SWEEP TIME I I 100.885 volts o r less.5) cm of horizontal deflection. 3) Adjust the remaining oscilloscope controls to display the horizontal trace.07 cm (3 db down point).5 10. TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO.35 6) Set SYNC switch to EXT.1 1 10 Voltage for 10 ( 5%)cm Deflection Peak/Peak RMS 1. If your oscilloscope does not meet these checks. This signal should produce 10 cycles in 10 *5%(9. Note reading on “reference vtvm”.
check the tubes.000 cycles 1. adequate safety precautions. especially when working around the cathode-ray tube terminals and the power supplies.OOO cycles 10 milliseconds 5 2 10 1. Slide oscilloscope forward 3ut of cabinet. MILLISECONDS . Take . Do not remove any front panel screws. CAUTION [f the instrument is operated with the cabinet re- 4-4 TUBE REPLACEMENT In many cases instrument malfunction can be corrected by replacing a weak or defective tube. Before changing the setting of any internal adjustment. 4-3 R E M O V I N G THE CABINET Disconnect power cord and remove two large screws on the rear of cabinet. The moved. Two complete cycles should now appear in 10 ( f i g )centineters of horizontal deflection.5 MILLISECONDS 200 MICROSECONDS 100 MICROSECONDS 100 cycles 100 cycles 1. c m 05 *200 MILLISECONDS 100 MILLISECONDS 1 cycle 1 second 100 milliseconds 2 10 50 MILLISECONDS 20 MILLISECONDS 10 cycles 10 cycles 10 cycles 100 cycles 100 milliseconds 100 milliseconds 10 milliseconds 10 milliseconds 5 2 10 10 MILLISECONDS 5 MILLISECONDS 2 MILLISECONDS 1. 3) Set SWEEP EXPAND switch to X5. SWEEP TIME ACCURACY SWEEP TIME/CM Position Timing Signal Period Frequency Sect. It is good practice to check tubes by substitution rather than by use of a “tube checker”. dangerous voltages are exposed.OOO cycles 10 kilocycles 10 kilocycles 10 kilocycles 100 kilocycles 1 millisecond 1 millisecond 1 millisecond 100 microseconds 100 microseconds 100 microseconds 10 microseconds 10 microseconds 5 2 10 50 MICROSECONDS 20 MICROSECONDS 5 2 10 10 MICROSECONDS 5 MICROSECONDS 100 kilocycles 5 * U s e DC input coupling to avoid degrading input signal.5 to 1 . IV Page 5 Cycles Produced in 9.Model 122A TABLE 4-2. Adjustments that are made in an attempt to compensate for a defective tube will often complicate the repair problem.
IV Page 6 results obtained from the "tube checker" can be misleading. TABLE 4-3. Check -150 volt output voltage. See adjustments under TURN ON and check Vert. 12AU7 Vert. Same a s V308. 6DJS/ECC88 Output Amp. Same a s V1.Output Cathode-Follower 12B4A Regulator 6AU6 Amplifier 5651 Reference v1 v2 v3 v4 v5 V6 v7 V8 v9 VlOl v102 v201 v202 V203 V204 v205 V301 V302 V303 & V304 V305 V306 V307 V308 V309 None. Power Supply Output. The following table lists the tests and adjustments which should be performed after the tubes a r e replaced. Replace only tubes proved to be weak o r defective. Amp. Rectifier 5AQP. Amp. Same a s V301. Hum Balance. Check Sweep Stability Control Adj.Sect. Same a s V101. Input Amp. Check +380 volt power supply output. Model 122A Any tube with corresponding standard EIA (JEDEC) characteristics can be used a s a replacement. Amp. Same a s V308. Entire Horiz. Same a s 4301. Check Vertical Gain and Balance. 12AU7 Vert. V. 12AT7 Output Amplifier 6AN8 Trigger Generator 6U8 Start-Stop Trigger 12AU7 Gate and Hold-off Cathode-Follower. Check Vertical Balance and Gain. 6DJ8/ECC88 Switching Amp. Gain. Input Amp. test procedure except Attenuator Compensation. Before removing a tube. Same a s V1. Amp.Cathode-Ray Tube 12B4A Regulator 6U8 Amp. 12AU7 Vert. Check Trigger Generator. None. Check+380 and +lo0 v output voltages. Same a s V1. V.. mark it so that if the tube is good it can be returned to the same socket. None. Check H. V310 . 6DJ8/ECC88 Output Amp. None. I CIRCUIT REFERENCE 4301 4302 TUBE OR TRANSISTOR TYPE AND FUNCTION CTPl113 Regulator 2N383 Amplifier 12AU7 Vert. and Horiz. None. 12AU7 Integrator Switch 6U8 Sawtooth Integrator 12AU7 Amplifier 6AQ5 Oscillator 5642 H. Same a s V3. TUBE & TRANSISTOR REPLACEMENT CHART TESTS AND/OR ADJUSTMENTS Check+ 24 volt power supply output. 12AU7 Switching Multivibrator 6AU6 Switching Amplifier 6DJ8/ECC88 Horiz. Same a s V301.
It is i m pIrtant to isolate the problem before changing any intiernal adjustments. This voltage should be approximately -2250 volts. In the majorityof cases. If neither voltage is present. If either of the above voltages are correct the Hartley Oscillator may be assumed to be functioning properly. Look for trouble in the secondary supply with the incorrect voltage. IV Page 7 The voltage on the cathode and grid of the CRT can be most easily measured at the rectifier tubes on the high voltage transformer assembly on the top brace of the instrument (shield will have to be removed on the cabinet model only). If you replace any tubes refer t 3 Table 4-3 TUBE REPLACEMENT CHART c and Table 4-4 CONDENSED TEST AND ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE. If a spot or trace is not present. C.d short circuit the vertical deflection plates. both the Hartley Oscillator and the secondary connected to the cathode of the CRT can be assumed to be functioning properly. d e l 122A Oscilloscope is composed of sevisic sections or circuits. and sharply focusedI spot with good brilliance by adjusting the controls. both the Hartley Oscillator and that secondary are functioning properly. Measure this voltage on the rectifier terminal with the orange wire.AC POWER CIRCUIT All ac power circuits are normal if any tube filaments will light with the instrument turned on and corinected to a suitable power source. Check silicon rectifiers. Terminals for these plates are accessible through the rear access . look for the trouble in the Hartley Oscillator. U s e a vacuum tube voltmeter with a high voltage probe. both the Hartley Oscillator and the secondary connected to the grid are functioning properly. check the voltage on the cathoderay tube cathode. Measure the CRT grid voltage by measuring the voltage on the green wire going to the other rectifier. round. Repair and test time Cian be minimized by following a procedure that w:ill isolate the section needing repair. the high voltage power supply can be assumed to be working. etc. With a second clip lea. only a Itube change will be required. CHECK HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL AMPLIFIERS The Horizontal and Vertical Amplifiers are functioning properly when a spot on the face of the CRT can be moved easily and smoothly by the horizontal and vertical position controls. ECK A. If the t iubes will not light: 1) Check the power line fuse mounted on the rear of the Ehassis. This voltage should be -2260 to -2325 volts. such as the @Model 410B VTVM with Model 459A Voltage Multiplier Probe. CHIECK HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS If you a r e able to get a small. If only one voltage is correct. filter capacitors. If the voltage is of this value. CH: . . DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE1 TURN THE INSTRUMENT OFF BEFORE MAKING THIS CONNECTION. DANGER HIGH VOLTAGE1 TURN INSTRUMENT OFF BEFORE MAKING THIS CONNECTION. B. The cause of a blown line fuse can usually be found in the low voltage power supply. If a spot is not visible on the screen: 1) Short the horizontal deflection plates together with an insulated clip lead. This should produce a spot near the center of the CR'T screen at some setting of the INTENSITY control If not. Terminals for these plates will d be founi in the rear access hatch. If you replace any tubes refer to Table 4-3 TUBE REPLACEMENT CHART and Table 4-4 CONDENSED TEST AND ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE.Model 122A 4-5 TROUBLE-SHOOTING PROCEDURE 1 Sect. for this measurement. If this voltage is within these limits. short circuit the horizonita1 deflection plates of the CRT with an insulatczd clip lead. D. CHIECK DC LOW VOLTAGE CIRCUITS ) - Check dc voltages as described under paragraph 4-9 PC)WER SUPPLIES.
. If adjustment does not restore operation. in the Horizontal Amplifier.’ b. If the “short” produces a spot that can be moved by VERT POS control and deflected by a vertical input.Sect. . Model 122A 2) A repetitive sweep should be obtained in each position of the SWEEP TIME/CM selector. If adjustment does not restore operation. R228. The settings of gain. 4) Check the setting of Stability Adjustment. I E. short circuit corresponding points in each stage. one at a time by substitution. IV Page 8 hatch. CHECK SWEEP GENERATORS 1) Set A VERT SENSITIVITY to OFF B VERT SENSITIVITY to OFF VERT. complete adjustment step 10. If this produces a spot that can be moved by HORIZ POS control and deflected by a horizontal input. If the generator operates a t some setting. Always replace the original tube if proper operation is not restored. describedinTable4-4. The trouble will be between the last point where the spot appeared and the point where the spot no longer appears. set R228 near the mechanical center of the adjustment range. If s the generator i inoperative. s e t R247 near the mechanical center of the adjustment range. To check an inoperative amplifier. t r y the following step in the order listed. complete adjustment step 9. if the spot is on the screen when the deflection plates are connected together. PRESENTATION to A SWEEP EXPAND to X1 SYNC to INT TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO a. the vertical amplifier is functioning properly. The amplifiers in the instrument are direct coupled and balanced. the horizontal amplifier is functioning properly. until a point is reached where the spot does not return to the screen. If the generator operates a t some setting. 3) Check tubes V201 through V205. All voltages are measured between ground and the indicated point with an @Model 410B High Impedance Vacuum Tube Voltmeter. Work toward the input. For example. starting at the CRT. and corresponding voltages in each side of the circuit must remain balanced to keep the spot on the screen. Rotate the control through the entire adjustment range. NOTE Turn the power o f before removing or instalf ling the tubes discussed in this procedure. remove the jumper from between the deflection plates and connect i t between the plate (pin 6 ) of V102B and the plate (pin 1 of V102A). balance and position controls can introduce unbalanced voltages and should be considered when checking an amplifier. shorting gridto-grid. described inTable 4-4. and plate-to-plate until a point is reached where the spot does not appear. by rotating the control through the entire adjustment range. a. 2) Short the vertical deflection plates together. b. 5) Check the setting of Trigger Sensitivity R247.
IV Page 9 in the following Table 4-4. the basic test and adjustments are covered . This procedure is for instruments that are functioning.del 122A 6 CONDENSED TEST A N D ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Sect. If the instrument is not operating refer to paragraph 4-5.
Adjust channel A Gain (R27) for 10 cm deflection. to OFF SWEEP TIME to . ADJUST Adjust R344 for -150 volts.0 cm deflection. PRESENTATION to A. A VERT. Adjust SweepStart to center of screen. SENS.01. should be within the following limits: -150+2 volts +100*3 volts +380*10 volts + 24 k 1 volt A. to OFF. None Adjust spot to center of screen with A VERTICAL POSITION control. PRESENTATION to A Connect 100 mv p-p from Calibration Generator to (A) vertical amplifier. Repeat and note voltage just prior to sweep start. Oscilloscope with low capacity probe SWEEP TIME 10 psec/cm. Oscilloscope with 1 O : l probe 50 cps to 250 kc oscillator SYNC to EXT. Set Horiz. Repeat a s required. SENSITIVITY to OFF HORIZ. SENSITIVITY to .. SENS. to 10 VOLTS/CM Rotate VERNIER fully cw A VERT. SENSITIVITY in CAL and both VERNIER’S in CAL. Couple probe loosely to body of R204 (a 3.01. Bal. None ~~ A VERT. Adjust sweep start to center of screen. VERNIER to CAL VERT. Adjust C105 to compensate fly bac k. 400 cycle Voltage Calibration Generator B VERT. SWEEP EXPAND to X1. Adjust R107 for marker coincidence with 1 cm graticule marks. Adjust C106 to compensate flyback. AC VTVM DC VTVM Slowly adjust SWEEP STABILITY (R228) until sweep begins. SENS.5 v rms. Set R228 for 2. B VERT. SWEEP EXPAND to X5. A VERT. (R110).01. VERNIER to CAL. Connect 1.EQUIPMENT REQUIRED Dc vtvm with 1% accuracy. - NOTES Do not adjust if within limits. Apply 5 millisecond markers to vertical input. Gain (R114) for 10 cm horiz..5 v rms into the EXT. Repeat a s required.. Time Marker Generator SWEEP TIME to 5 MILLISECONDS/CM. Check sweep calibration if -150~ (R268) is adjusted. Adjust R108 for marker coincidence with 1 cm graticule marks. VERNIER fully ccw. SENSITIVITY to .. SWEEP EXPAND to X 1 Connect probe to pin 1 o r 6 of V102. VERNIER to CAL VERT. Turn VERNIER fully ccw. input. Set trigger sensitivity control (R247)just clockwise of t h e point where stable triggers are obtained. PRESENTATION to A. Center spot with Horiz. VERT. PROCEDURE Measure all low voltage power supply outputs. 400 cycle Voltage Calibration Generator HORIZ SENS to . PRESENTATION to B Connect 100 mv p-p from Calibration Generator to (B) vertical amplifier. TRIGGER LEVEL fully ccw but not in AUTO. SENSITIVITY i n CAL B VERT. Repeat for channel B. . DC couple a 250 kc s i n e wave of . SYNC.1 VOLTS/CM. TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO. POS. VERNIER to CAL. Adjust Calibrator Set (R356) for 6. SYNC INT.0 v p-p from Calibration Generator to horizontal input. Adjust trigger level for stable pattern.6K resistor pin 6 V201) Disconnect all ext. Check for stab1 triggers from 50 cps to 250 kc with 0. inputs. Adjust channel B Gain (R47) for 10 cm deflection.5 MILLISECONDS/CM. VERT. None HORIZ SENS to 10 VOLTS/CM. knob. deflection. SENSITIVITY to OFF. Connect VTVM (-100 v scale) to pin 8 of V203. Change time markers to 1 MILLISECONDS/ CM and set SWEEP EXPAND to X5. Center spot with A (outer) VERT. VERT.0 volts more positive. Center spot with channel A BAL. VERT. SENSITIVITY to .
When measured with an @Model 410B Voltmeter. HORIZ SENSITIVITY I1 Megohm ------------ 1) Turn instrument on and allow at'least 15 minutes for warm-up.M o(jel 122A 4-1 Sect. -150 + 24 50K ohms 50K 12K 5. CAUTION When first turning the oscilloscope on turn the INTENSITY control fully counterclockwise before applying power. such as an @Model 405A or 412A. - . is changed. The purpose of tllis procedure is to check that none of the power SUP1Jlies have been shorted and to s e r v e as a partial rhpi -. SPE3CIFICATIONS FOR THE @ MODEL 122A OSCIL. a t regular intervals but unnecessary adjustments should be avoided. If you are able to get a small. IV Page 11 COMPLETE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE usuially a particular oscilloscope will not need coniplete testing and calibration. and sharply focused spot with good brilliance by adjusting the controls. The! following procedures are listed in a recommerided sequence for a complete test and calibrationI operation. 1) Measure resistances from the power supplies to ground. If the high voltage is changed.LOSCOPE ARE GIVEN IN THE FRONT OF THIS MA: NUAL. If R308. In general. The CRT trace should be parallel with the graticule lines. a visible interference pattern will result. 3) Turn instrument on and measure the output voltage of the internal power supplies (see paragraph 4-9 POWER SUPPLIES). round. 2) Turn the sweep generator off by turning the SWEEP TIME HORIZ SENS switch to 10 VOLTS/ CM. the high voltage can be measured and adjusted as in paragraph 4-8. adjust FOCUS and Astigmatism (R316) controls at low intensity toobtain a small. tubes are the main se cau. 4) If necessary.-:k upon the correctness of the repairs that have been made. When turning the oscilloscope on for the first time after repair in any power supply circuit. For' location of the controls mentioned in the follow:ing procedure. recalibrate the Vertical and Horizontal Amplifier Gain. round. the high voltage power supply can be assumed to be operating properly. Failu r e to follow this precaution may cause permanent cathode-ray tube damage. THESE EX' TRA CHECKS AND THE DATA THEY CONTAIN CAIVNOT BE CONSIDERED AS SPECIFICATIONS. 4-2 and the VOlltage and Resistance Diagram at the end of this secition. of trouble and new ones should be tried befcire making adjustments or component replacemerits. 2. Failure to follow this precaution can cause permanent cathode-ray tube damage. If CRT face and filter touch. Only one or two test:s will be needed and they can be done without conipleting the entire test procedure. The output voltages should be measured with a recently calibrated 1%voltmeter. See paragraph 4-4. 4. and sharply focused spot. and 5 to check) 2) Measure resistances to ground into the vertical and horizontal input terminals for all dc switch positions. see Figures 4-1. they should be within 50%of the following: + 380 volt supply + 100 4-9 P O W E R SUPPLIES The power supplies in the oscilloscope are extremely stable and will require infrequent adjustment. 4-a T U R N ON PROCEDURE Perform this procedure only after repair work has been done on the instrument. Set SWEEP TIME switch to 50 MICROSECONDS/CM. A fifteen minute warm-up and power ply output voltage measurements are always SUP1 recc2mmended before making any other test or adjListment . The CRT face should be placed just behind the filter in the bezel. As measured with an @Model 410B Voltmeter these resistances should read: VERT SENSITIVITY = 1 Megohm OFF = a CAL =a. High Voltage Adjustment.5K (Remove V1.. 5) If the cathode-ray tube physical position has been changed. THE FOLLOWING TEST PROCEDURE COTgTAINS EXTRA CHECKS TO HELP YOU ANAL' f Z E A PARTICULAR INSTRUMENT. Turn TRIGGER LEVEL control fully counterclockwise to AUTO. check trace alignment with bezel. turn the INTENSITY control fully counterclockwise before applying power.
fully counterclockwise. c* In vertical amplifiers. Adjustment. Slowly rotate Stability Control. R228. 4) You may wish to check regulation of each power supply voltage as the power line voltage fs varied between 103 and 127 volts. so that the CRT spot is just extinguished.Sect. R247. Set SYNC switch to EXT TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO Horizontal AC-DC switch to DC VERT PRESENTATION control to A or B Trigger Sensitivity Control. for a small. . Potentiometer Low Voltage Set. VERT PRESENTATION to A or B Connect an @410B (-100 v d c range) to pin 8 of V203. round. Also. R344. recalibrate the horizontal and vertical amplifier gain. counterclockwise until the sweep starts free-running. R308. V. All regulated voltages over this line voltage should remain within *l% range. Stable triggering should be obtained with less than 0. can be adjusted to set this voltage to -2250 volts. These adjustments are usually required only if the setting of the high voltage control. H.7 v r m s to the SYNC (right-hand) terminals. R316. The points a t which the various voltages appear can be identified by the wire color code given in Table 4-5. Connect a 250 kc s i n e wave of 0. Remove the test set-up and check the rate when the TRIGGER LEVEL control is in AUTO position--should be about 120 *50 cps. has been changed. R228. This is the proper setting for the stability control. 3) External Trigger Sensitivity *1 With line voltage set to 115 v. If the voltages are within limits and pass steps 4 and 5 that follow. 6) Measure cathode-ray tube cathode voltage as instructed in paragraph 4-5C. 7) Adjust FOCUS control for best focus and set ASTIGMATISM control. if necessary. until stable triggers are obtained. VOLTAGE COLOR CODE TOLERANCE* Violet Red Yellow White** NORMAL RIPPLE Model 122A spot. The voltages will normally be within the limits given.0 volts more positive than the last reading. Then back control o f until it just stops. Check the Trigger Generator as follows: 1) Check power supply according to paragraph 4-9. Increase Trigger Sensitivity control R247. If this adjustment is changed. They should approximate the values given in Table 4-5 with the line voltage at 115 volts.5 MILLISECONDS/CM SYNC to INT TRIGGER LEVEL fully counterclockwise but not in AUTO. to s e t the -150 volt supply within the limits in Table 4-5. Set R228 to 2. If necessary R308.7 v r m s over this range. NOMINAL VOLTAGE REGULATED POWER SUPPLY 2) Adjust Stability Control. 4-10 TRIGGER GENERATOR The Trigger Generator must be working to adjust the Vertical and Horizontal Amplifiers. -7-150 + 380 + 100 + 24 3 mv 40 4 40 * 2 volts *lo *3 Set A VERT SENSITIVITY to OFF B VERT SENSITIVITY to OFF SWEEP TIME to . can be adjusted. Set pointer on INTENSITY knob to 9 o’clock and adjust Intensity Limit control. TABLE 4-5. do not adjust in an attempt to refine the existing control settings. f Take a voltage reading which should be about -78 volts. check all Sweep Generator and Calibrator adjustments. these amplifiers must be adjusted before the Sawtooth Generator can be adjusted. IV Page 12 3) Measure power supply output voltages with line voltage set to 115 v. With an oscilloscope observe the square wave by clipping the oscilloscope probe over the body of R204 (V201A plate resistor). R322. Check trigger sensitivity from 50 cps to 250 kc. If adjustment of the -150 volt supply is necessary. 5) Measure the ripple voltage on the various supplies.
1) Balance Channel A 3) Adjust Channel A Gain Set VERT PRESENTATION to A A VERT SENSITIVITY to . check power supplies and vertical amplifier tubes. Turn A SENSITIVITY VERNIER control fully clockwise and readjust spot to center with BAL control. 1 VOLTS/CM 0 A VERT. SENSITIVITY to 1 VOLTS/CM Turn A VERT. PRESENTATION to B B VERT. Set A VERT. PRESENTATION to B B VERT. control. Left-Side Adjustment Location Diagram 4-11 VERTICAL AMPLIFIER Using B VERT. SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL Feed into channel A input terminals a 100 millivolt peak-to-peak signal from a Voltmeter Calibration Generator (($9 Specification 23678).Sect. POS. 2) Balance Channel B Set VERT. to 1 VOLTS/CM 4) Adjust Channel B Gain Set VERT. control to the center. SENSITIVITY VERNIER and B VERT. SENSITIVITY to 10 VOLTS/CM 0 HORIZ. Check this setting at 127 and 103 volts line input. POS. If not. PRESENTATION to A A VERT. Spot should now be on screen. SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL . Set VERT. Setting of GAIN control should be s a m e with all voltages. Repeat this sequence until there is no movement of spot as VERNIER is rotated. SENSITIVITY to . Set GAIN of channel A to give exactly 10 c m of deflection. 1 VOLTS/CM 0 0 HORIZ. SENSITIVITY VERNIER fully counterclockwise and adjust spot to center with A VERT. POS. SENS. control repeat procedure of step 1. IV Page 13 MP-S-408 Figure 4-1.
SENSITIVITY to 1VOLTS/CM and increase input to give 8 cm deflection.1 VOLTS/CM (DC range) A VERT.1 VOLTS/CM (E range) B VERT.Sect. SWEEP TIME to 200 pSEC/CM B VERT. SENSITIVITY to 10 response. IV Page 14 Repeat procedure of step 3 with channel B input and controls. Set both A VERT. Adjust C13 on channel B vertical attenuator for a flat-topped square wave. Switch back through the four attenuator p i t i o n s and check for 1O:l divisions (should be within 1%). SENSITIVITY to . Set A VERT. Figure 4-2. Set VERT. PRESENTATION to B-A and adjust C3 on channel A attenuator for minimum deflection. SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL SYNC to INT + TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO. Adjust level for an 8 cm verticaldeflection. Right-Side Adjustment Location Diagram . Adjust C16 for flat Switch B VERT. VOLTS/CM 1 (DCrange) B VERT. Adjust C18 for flat response. SENSITIVITY to . . SWEEP TIME to 200 $EC/CM VERT. Set VERT. SENSITIVITY and B VERT. Apply a 5 kc square wave to channel A input and adjust C223 L C235 C233 C225 C226 . Switch B VERT. SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL SYNC to DIT+ TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO. PRESENTATION to A and A VERT SENSITIVITY to .1 VOLTS/CM (DC range). SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL Apply a 200 kc sine wave to both channel A and channel B vertical input terminals from a "reference oscillator" set for 20-25 volts. 5) Channel B Attenuator Compensation Model 122A 6 ) Channel A Attenuator Compensation Set B VERT. VOLTS/CM and apply full output o square wave f generator to input. SENSITIVITY to . SENSITIVITY to 10 VOLTS/CM and adjust C8 for minimum deflection. PRESENTATION to B Connect 5 kc square wave to channel B input terminals.
4) Attenuator Compensation ------------ Set A VERT SENSITIVITY to CAL A VERT SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL B VERT SENSITIVITY to CAL B VERT SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL VERT PRESENTATION to A TRIGGER LEVEL to AUTO Adjust Calibrator Set. If not. Set HORIZ. 1) X 1 Calibration Set SWEEP TIME switch to 5 MILLISECONDS/ CM SWEEP EXPAND switch to X1 . check power supplies and horizontal amplifier tubes. PRESENTATION to B Connect “square wave generator” to channel B vertical input terminals. VERNIER to CAL VERT. Sect. Division should be within 1%. SENS. Now switch back through the three attenuator ranges and check for 1O:l division. Set Horiz. Check this setting at high and low line voltages. VOLTS/CM 1 A VERT. SENS. R110. VOLTS/CM 1 HORIZ. control to . 2) Adjust GAIN Set HORlZ. VERNIER to CAL Set HORIZ. SENS. 5 ) Phase Adjustment 4-12 HORIZONTAL AMPUFIER ADJUSTMENTS 1) Balance Set HORIZ SENS switch to 10 VOLTS/CM HORIZ SENS VERNIER to CAL B VERT SENSITIVITY to OFF VERT PRESENTATION to B Adjust spot to center of screen with HORIZ POS control.1 VOLTS/CM B VERT. SENSITIVITY VERNIER to CAL VERT. Adjust C107 for minimum capacity. to . VERNIER to CAL A VERT. Set HORIZ POS control to center. Adjust C22 on VERT PRESENTATION switch for flat response. VOLTS/CM and 1 VOLT/ 1 CM ranges also. 4-13 SWEEP GENERATOR Apply 1. Apply 50 kc square wave to horizontal input terminals and use s a m e signal to trigger Sawtooth Generator. Switch VERT. SENSITIVITY to . PRESENTATION to B and adjust C107 for closure of pattern.0 v peak-to-peak from a Voltmeter Calibration Generator (@Specification 23678) to the horizontal input terminals. A maximum of 2% overshoot is permitted. SENS. for exactly 10 c m of deflection. Gain Adjustment. switch to 10 VOLTS/CM and adjust C233 for flat response.1 VOLTS/CM HORIZ. SENSITIVlTY VERNIER to CAL B VERT.Model 122A level for 8 c m deflection. The spot should now be on screen. The Vertical and Horizontal amplifiers must be adjusted before Sweep Generator Adjustment can be completed. IV Page 15 3) Square Wave Response Set HORIZ. and to the horizontal input terminals. Adjust C l l O for optimum square wave. 7) Calibrator Amplitude NOTE Channel A gain should be adjusted before doing this step. SENSITIVITY to . SENS. Switch HORIZ. Turn HORIZ SENS VERNIER fully counter clockwise and readjust position of spot with Horizontal Balance Adjustment. PRESENTATION to A Apply 100 kc sine wave to both channel A and channel B input terminals. SENS.l VOLTS/CM HORIZ. Setting of GAIN control should be s a m e a t all voltages. R114. SENS. Repeat until there is no movement of spot when HORIZ SENS VERNIER is rotated. VERNIER to CAL Apply 5 kc square wave to horizontal input terminals and also use s a m e signal to trigger a Sawtooth Generator connected to vertical input terminals. R365. Switch VERT. SENS. to 1 VOLTS/CM HORIZ. for exactly 6 cm of vertical deflection. Adjust amplitude to give about 6 c m of deflection along both axes. to . PRESENTATION to A and adjust C44 for closure of pattern. Adjust C233 on SWEEP TIME switch for flat response. Check phase adjustment on . Turn HORIZ SENS VERNIER to CAL and center spot with HORIZ POS control. SENS.
3) Sweep Attenuator Compensation Set SWEEP TIME switch to 10MICROSECONDS/CM SWEEP EXPAND switch to X1 Set C226 (see Figure 4-2) to mid-value. Adjust X 1 Sweep Gain Adjustment. 4) X 1 Set SWEEP SPEED switch to 5 MICROSECONDS/CM Apply 100 kc from “Marker Generator” to the Vertical input terminals. Adjust C225 (see Figure 4-2) for marker coincidence with every other major division on the graticule. Turn the SWEEP TIME VERNIER down approximately 3:l and tune to observe hum modulation on thesweep. Adjust TRIGGER for LEVEL control and choose either INT+ o r best pattern. The flyback should not overshoot or undershoot the steady-state voltage. . Position start of sweep to center of screen with HORIZ. 9 ) Hum . so that the markers coincide with every other major division on the graticule. for minimum hum. for marker coincidence with every other major division on the graticule. Adjust Hum Balance control.5 MILLISECOND/ CM SYNC to INT TRIGGER LEVEL control to AUTO SWEEP EXPAND switch to X1 Apply 1kc sine wave from “reference oscillator” to the Vertical input terminals. Switch SWEEP EXPAND switch to X5 and adjust C106 (see Figu r e 4-3) for proper compensation. Adjust C226 (see Figu r e 4-2) for marker coincidence with every other major division on the graticule. Remove probe. pin 1 o r 6 of V102. control. Adjust C214 (see Figure 4-4 in this section) to compensate fly-back of sawtooth.5 MILLISECONDS/CM Apply 1 kc time markers to the Vertical input terminals. Switch SWEEP EXPAND switch to X5. Apply 100 kc marker pips from a “Marker Generator” to the Vertical input terminals. Attach this probe to pin 2 of V l O l A to view sawtooth at input to Horizontal Amplifier. so that the markers coincide with each major division on the graticule. Adjust 50 ms Calibrate adjustment. R360.5 millisecond Adjustment Control Set SWEEP SPEED to . oscilloscope. Adjust C223 (seeFigure 4-2) for marker coincidence with every other major marker on the graticule. Compensate the probe. 6) Calibrate 0. 8) Calibrate 5 MICROSECONDS/CM Adjustment Control - 2) X5 Calibration Set SWEEP EXPAND switch X5 Apply 1 kc from “Marker Generator” to Vertical input terminals. Attach 50:l probe to the calibrator output of an additional. R251.Sect. 5) Calibrate 50 millisecond Adjustment Control Set S d E E P TIME to 50 MILLISECONDS/CM Set SWEEP TIME switch to . Adjust C105 (see Figure 4-3) for compensation of fly-back of sawtooth. Model 122A Apply 10 cps time markers to Vertical input terminals. 7) Calibrate 50 MICROSECONDS/CM Adjustment Control Set SWEEP SPEED control to 50 MICROSECONDS/CM Apply 10 kc time markers to the Vertical input terminals. R107. Adjust X5 Sweep Gain Adjustment R108. IV Page 16 Apply 100 cps from a Time Marker Generator to Vertical Input terminals. Adjust TRIGGER LEVEL control for best pattern. monitor. POS.X5 Compensation Set SWEEP EXPAND switch to X1 Connect 50:l probe to output of Horizohtal Amplifier.
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and 3. f u n c t i o n . If t h e r e a r e a n y c o r r e c t i o n s f o r t h e T a b l e of R e p l a c e a b l e P a r t s t h e y w i l l b e l i s t e d on a n I n s t r u c t i o n M a n u a l C h a n g e s h e e t a t t h e f r o n t of t h i s m a n u a l .Sect. . whenever possible. Model number strument. 6 Stock Number.V Page 1 SECTION V TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS in t h i s instrument. a n d l o c a t i o n of p a r t . However. When o r d e r i n g p a r t s a l w a y s include: 1. 4. s p e c i a l components may be obtained f r o m your local HewlettP a c k a r d r e p r e s e n t a t i v e or f r o m t h e f a c t o r y . 2. s e r i a l n u m b e r of in- If p a r t is n o t l i s t e d g i v e c o m p l e t e d e s c r i p t i o n . 3 C o m p l e t e d e s c r i p t i o n of p a r t i n c l u d i n g c i r cuit reference.
250 vdcw L* . 3300 ppf *lo%. 16-110 # c1 c2 Capacitor: fixed. mica. 0. polystyrene.002 pf *2Wo. 0. mylar.500 VC dW Capacitor: fixed. ceramic. * & MFR. 300 vdcw Texas Capacitor Co. 350 vdcw 13-28 14-65 14-15 14-64 V* 13-37 L* 15-80 - Capacitor: fixed. 500 vdcw Same as C3 Capacitor: fixed. t s Table". 15 ppf *lo%. ceramic. mica. ceramic.2 5 ppf Capacitor: fixed. 27 ppf *5%.1 pf *2%. mica. . DESIGNATION @ STOCl NO. . DESCRIPTION. 5 . 14-78 Z" c3 c4 c5 C6 c7 C8 c9 c10 Capacitor: variable. 600 vdcw Capacitor: fixed.Sect. V Page 2 TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUlT Model 122A REF. mica. 01 pf *20%. cw4 15-135 c11 game as C1 3ame as C2 Same as C3 Same as C4 Same as C5 Same as C3 Same as C7 Same as C8 c 12 C13 C14 C15 C 16 C17 C 18 * See Lid If Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable Pa # Total qua i y used in the instrument.7 3 ppf. MFR. 390 ppf ~100/0. 1000 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. 500 vdcw Capacitor: variable.
f a # TI tal quantity used in the instrument.32 c3:3. 450 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. 500 vdcw Zapacitor: fixed. titanium dioxide. MFR. 37 c313 C3!J. 500 vdcw L* cc* DD* 18 51HP - c2.12 wf Capacitor: fixed. 2 sections. 1.25 c26. # c19 c 20 c 21 c 22 c 23A 14-68 2 1 2 V* 13-29 Capacitor: variable. 0 1 pf. DESCRIPTION.0 wf *5%. mica. titanium dioxide. 1000 V C dW Capacitor: fixed. Same a s C9 Same as C10 Capacitor: fixed. electrolytic..C". 120 I f .27 1 c21B 15-118 3 cc* DD* 15-43 15-38 13 4 c2!9. DESIGNATION @ STOCI NO.. 40 pf. 500 vdcw Same as C7 Capacitor: fixed. M ale1 122 Sect.42 c4: 15-116 2 2 J* 14-79 Z* -?e * St "Lis1 3 Manufacturers Code Letters For ReDlaceable P :sTable". mica. tol. -0% +1Ooo/o.4. . ceramic. - .5 ppf *2W0. 5 wf *2Wo. 3 . mica. 500 vdcw * % i MFR. 2.30 c 3 1. ceramic. 22 ppf *50/0. V Page 3 TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS r ~ - _____~ C IRCUIT REF.40 c411.34 c315 c3(. 500 Vdcw Same as C24 Same as C7 Same as C28 Same as C29 Same as C28 Same as C5 Zapacitor: fixed. 330 ppf *lo%.
titanium dioxide. 500 V ~ C W iame a s C28 rhese circuit references not assigned Japacitor: fixed. 300 vdcw Japacitor: fixed.109 CllO Clll 2112 14-21 Z* 1 :113 thru 2199 2200 :201 5-136 Z* 2 1 5-102 DD* See 11 List of Manufacturers Code Letters F o r ReDlaceable Pa # Total quantity used in the instrument. 50 380 ppf.0 wf'fl%. mica.1 pf *100/0. - . V Page 4 TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS Model 122A CIRCUIT REF. 500 vdcw Same a s C28 Same a s C102 Same a s C44 Capacitor: variable. mica. ~~ DESCRIPTION.600 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. MFR. 2 . 2. 500 vdcw C108.Sect. *' 680 Wf *100/~. 175 vdcw 13-34 4 QQ* c 100 ClOl c102 C103 C 104 C105 C106 C107 cc* DD* 16-1 15-52 2 3 - 13-5 2 QQ* Same a s C3 Same a s C102 Same a s C106 Capacitor: fixed. paper. 1. mica. mica.2 ppf *lo%. titanium dioxide. DESIGNATION NO. 175 V C dW Same a s C21 These circuit references not assigned Capacitor: fixed. 0. # - c44 c45 C46 thru Capacitor: variable. 33 ppf *5%.25 Wf. * @ STOCl & MFR. 6 Tablerr.
47 ppf *lo%. 175 V C 14-28 2 14-73 1 14-69 1 2 1 V* cc* V* 18-66 14-60 c210 c211 c212 C213 C214 C215 C216 1 1 V* 14-100 V* V* 13-33 - 1 QQ* Same as C28 This circuit reference not assigned Capacitor: fixed. dW 14 150 ppf. 22 ppf *5%. a s . * See Lis%if I&k&a&Fers Code Letters For Replaceable P : Tableii. electrolytic.Model 122A TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS ~~ Sect. 15-80 2000 ppf *20%. mica. mica. mica. V Page 5 CIRCUrr REF. 500 vdcw This circuit reference not assigned Capacitor: fixed.220 V* Same as C43 These circuit references not assigned # Total quantity used in the instrument. 500 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. 100 ppf *lo%. 1000 vdcw Radio Materials Corp. MFR. 820 ppf *lo%.500 vdcw Same as C28 Capacitor: fixed. 500 vdcw 14-67 1 C217 C218 C219. mica. 25 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. mica. paper. ceramic. Capacitor: fixed. 100 ppf +lo%. DESIGNATION @ STOCE NO. 500 vdcw Capacitor: fixed.206 C207 C208 C209 DESCRIPTION. 68 ppf *lo%. 16-12 # - Capacitor: fixed. c202 C203 C204 C205. mica. mica. cc* 1 Same as C200 Capacitor: fixed. 20 pf. * & MFR. 500 vdcw Capacitor: variable. 600 vdcw 220 p p f *lm.
500 vdcw 2apacitor: fixed. V Page 6 TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUrr REF. 600 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. MFR. 0. 30 ppf +5%. 200 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. 500 vdcw cc* cc* cc* V* 1 1 1 1 14-150 1 1 V* 14-1500 Z* 14-62 1 V* 15-146 Z* 1 1 15-31 A* * See List bf M K d a c t u E r s Code Letter8 F o r Replaceable Parts Table". mica. 200 vdcw Same a s C213 Capacitor: variable. 150 wf *lWo. 150 wf *5%.500 VC dW cw* 16-119 - 13-1 L* 16-48 16-12 16-22 14-66 1 Capacitor: fixed. 400 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. mica. mica.2 pf *5%. ceramic. paper.22 pf +lo%. paper. mylar. 200 vdcw Capacitor: variable. Capacitor: fixed. 470 w f 500 vdcw Same as C44 Zapacitor: fixed. DESIGNATION NO.022 pf *lo%. 500 V C . mylar. mylar. # Total quantity useddn the instrument. 500 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. paper.0018 pf *5%.02 pf *5%. 2200 wf *lo%. 500 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. . . . . sflver mica. dW game a s C44 Zapacitor: fixed. silver mica. 175 V C dW Model 122A * @ STOCl & MFR. 600 WC I W Capacitor: fixed. 1500 wf *2Wo. 16-121 16-120 1 cw* cw* 1 1 1 - 13-32 QQ* Capacitor: fixed. c221 c222 C223 C224 C225 C226 C227 C228 C229 C230 C231 C232 C233 C234 C235 C236 C237 DESCRIPTION.Sect. mica. . mica. 170 790 ppf. 220 ppf *lo%. 7 45 wf .
200 . tubular. # - 14-43 Z4 1 cc* - 1 2 2 cc* cc* 6 -94 c 107 3 6-125 c3I08 c 3109 c310 c 311 6-84 Z* 1 1 c312 c 313 C314 thru C320 cc* 5-126 3f # Total quantity used in the instrument. paper. vdcw zapacitor: fixed. 3000 vdcw lame as C9 'hese circuit references not assigned 6 109 Sect.051 pf +la.. 400 vdcw Capacitor: fixed. V Page 7 * & MFR. paper. 3300 pf *2%._. 1500 ppf *209b. Manufacturers Code Letter8 F o r Replaceable Pa ' Tableii.. paper. mica.015 pi *lwo. O l pf *2%. . . paper. MI e l 122A d TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS :IRcui REF. DESIGNATION @ STOC NO. . These circuit references not assigned Same as ClOl Same as C9 Capacitor: fixed. MFR. C: thri 238 C: 299 C: 300 C:301 C:302 C:303 C: 304 C: 1 5 0 C: IO6 DESCRIPTION. 6000 vdcw Eapacitor: fixed. 5000 vdcw game as C28 same as C306 3ame as C307 2apacitor: fixed.. 500 vdcw This circuit reference not assigned Same as C5 Capacitor: fixed. 390 ppf *5%.
120 pf. AA* 812-134 12-147 1 5 2R302 thri 2R307 ?ectifier. 1000 wf. 450 vdcw This circuit reference not assigned Same as C28 rhis circuit reference not assigned 2apacitor: fixed. '.400 V C Same as C28 rhis circuit reference not assigned 2apacitor: fixed. V Page 8 T A B L E OF R E P L A C E A B L E PARTS CIRCUlT REF. electrolytic. * & MFR.. - . 450 vdcw Capacitor: fixed.LV. P. electrolytic. 350 vdcw Same as C23A Same as C28 Capacitor: fixed. electrolytic. 2 sections. 50 vdcw .8 77HP cc* - 1 . electrolytic. silicon: lOOV. 20 pf/sect. paper. dW 0. MFR. s Table". # cc* 18-62HP 1 C324 C325 A. Same asC28 Same as C9 !ame as C28 @ STOCl NO.1 pf *lo%. 2R301 ?ectifier. silicon: SD500 Audio Devices See 1' List of Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable Pa # Total quantity used in the instrument. B C326 C327 C328 C329 C330 2331 2332 2333 2334 2335 cc* 18-40HP 18-22HP 1 1 cc* 16-35 cc* 1 . DESIGNATION Capacitor: fixed. 40 pf . C321 C322A C 323 Model 122A DESCRIPTION.Sect.
incandescent: 6 8V.: 200 ph Power Cord CG * 18-34 Elec. - .54A HP * AC-1OC HP * AC-1OD 1 5 3 thru JlOO JlOl t'hese circuit references not assigned Zonsists of: Binding post insulator: single. RF. 2 pin base. GE#12 - 1 4 N* DS302 thri Lamp. 211-78 # Lamp. black Binding post: insulated. red HP * AC -54D HP* AC-1OC HP * AC-1OD CG * 18-37 1 1 L201 L202 thru L300 L301 P301 :oil.: 500 ph rhese circuit references not assigned :oil. DESIGNATION NO. incandescent: 6 . Cords Co 312-56 1 1 See Lis1 tf Manufacturers Code Letters For Redaceable Pn :sTable" Y Total quantity used in the instrument. * @ STOCE & MFR. MFR. black Binding post: insulated.15 amp. red HP * G-76K HP* AC-54A HP * AC-1OC HP * AC-1OD 1 4 3 5 52 Consists of: Connector Assembly: binding post and ground link Binding post insulator: double. black Binding post: insulated. black Binding post: insulated. black Binding post: insulated. DS301 DESCRIPTION.F. red HP* G-76J HP * AC . I: II . black Binding post: insulated. #47 F301 J1 Fuse.8V. V Page 9 CIRCUFI: REF. R. cartridge: 2 amp. DS305 . o r 1 a (230 v only) slow-blowfl 211-47 N* E* 211-16 1 Consists of Connector Assembly: binding post and ground link Binding post insulator: double.Model 122A T A B L E OF R E P L A C E A B L E P A R T S ~ ~~ ~~ Sect.
000 ohms *l%.Sect. deposited carbon.1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 900.000 ohms f100/0. V Page 10 TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUIT REF. composition. # Total quantity used in the instrument. # - Transistor: germanium CTP-1113 Transistor: germanium TS-6OOC Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 990.000 ohms *l%. deposited carbon. W 1/2 Resistor: fixed.1/2 W Resistor: fixed. * @ STOCK & MFR. MFR. 1 megohm *l%. 9100 ohms *l%. deposited carbon. 1/2 W Same as R 1 Same as R2 Same as R3 Same as R4 Same as R5 Same as R6 Same as R7 Same as R 8 Clevite 213-2 CB* 113-1 33 1M NN* 1 1 - 2 3 2 2 2 2 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 23-1M-5 B* 33-900K NN* 33-111K NN* 33-990K NN* 33-9.1/2 W Resistor: fixed. . deposited carbon. 1 megohm *5%. Q301 Q302 R1 Model 122A DESCRIPTION.1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 100.1/2 W Resistor: fixed.1K NN* 33-1K 2 4 NN* 23-100K B* R9 R 10 R11 R12 R 13 R 14 R15 R 16 See 11 List of Manufacturers Code Letters F o r Replaceable Parts Table". DESIGNATION NO. composition. 111. deposited carbon. 1000 ohms *l%. deposited carbon.000 ohms *l%.
48E NN* !O.1/2 W Resistor: fixed. composition.18 . composition. composition. 16. wirewound. composition. linear taper. 500 ohms *lo% Resistor: variable.. 98. # - . 8700 ohms il%. 250.del 122A TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS Sect. . 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 1 W Resistor: variable.000 ohms *5%. composition. 100 ohms *lo%. 21 !2 1 3 31-80K NN* 210-25 I* !4 !5 210-239 BO* 23-1K B* 23-18K 1 6 1 7 B* 210-228 BO* 18. 33 4.480 ohms *l%. - . 1000 ohms *lo%.000 ohms *l%. deposited carbon. dual concentric. 470 ohms +lo%.7. * & MFR. 1/2 W Resistor: variable.29 '0 31-8. V Page 11 mcum REF. deposited carbon.7K 2 1 NN* 210-129 1A. 9 Resistor: fixed. s Table!'. 18. 1/4 W Same a s R17 Resistor: fixed.5 - 2 B* ?e !'Lis1 If Manufacturers Code Letters F o r Realaceable Pa otal quantity used in the instrument. composition. 59. composition. DESCRIPTION. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Same a s R17 Resistor: fixed. DESIGNATION @ STOCl NO. 80. composition.35 6.000 ohms *2W0. 2 W 23-100 15 3 4 2 2 2 6 4 2 B* 23-470 B* 33-59. B BO* 31 -98K NN* 2. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. Composition. deposited carbon. 250. MFR.000 ohms *l%. W 1 Resistor: fixed.25 W Resistor: fixed. W 1 Resistor: variable. 2 w Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *lo'%. 500 ohms each *lo%. deposited carbon.000 ohms *20%. 22. 37 8 4 4 13-16K-5 B* 15 22K .000ohms *5%.
2K # 2 R53 R54.000 ohms *lo%. 1 W Same as R20 Same as R22 Same as R23 Same as R24 Same as R25 Same as R26 Same as R27 Same as R17 Same as R32 Same as R30 rhis circuit reference not assigned Same as R34 Same as R17 Same as R39 Same as R38 ?esistor: fixed.4 R50. - . * 8z MFR. 1 3 59 360 t5-18K 3 B* See Lis1 E Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable Pa # Total quantity used in the instrument. 24-8.41 R42 R43 R44 R45 R46 R47 R48.55 R56. 8200 ohms *lo%.51 R 52 Model 122A DESCRIPTION. 2 W (3 STOCl $ NO. s Table'?. MFR. composition.Sect. V Page 12 TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUlT REF. 18. R39 R40.57 R 58 . composition.'. DESIGNATION Resistor: fixed.
composition. 1/2 W Same as R8 Same a s R17 Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Resistor: variable. MFR. 24.000 ohms *lo%.15M NN* 2 3 33 -2M NN* 23-270K 2 1 3 1 B* 23. Sect.67 ?68 ?69 3 70 Resistor: fixed. 500. deposited carbon. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *lo%. composition. composition. composition.5M B* 23 . 1/2 W Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *5%. 270. composition. deposited carbon. .000 ohms Resistor: fixed. 1.000 ohms +lo%.000 ohms * o % 1/2 W l'.65 ?66. DESCRIPTION.000 ohms *lo%. linear taper. 2 W Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 56.000 ohms *lo%.56K 371 372 thru ? 100 3101 ? 102 B* 210-20 G* 23-120K 2 1 9 B* 23-1M ? 103 B* 3 104 1105 ? 106 23-22K 3 4 B* 210-245 3107 BO* See Lis1 If Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable Pa s Table". 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. DESIGNATION $2 STOCE NO. linear taper. composition. 1. 47.15 megohms +l%.lode1 122A TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUIT REF. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *20%. V Page 13 * & MFR. These circuit references not assigned Resistor: variable. 2 megohms *l%. 120. 50.560K B* 23-1. # - 361 362. 1 megohm *lo%. Total quantity used in the instrument. composition. composition. composition. composition.63 ?64. 560.5 megohms *lo%. 1/3 W 25-47K 1 4 B* 24-24K-5 B* 33-1. 1 W Resistor: fixed. 22.
1800 ohms *lo%. composition.118 R119 R120 R121 R122 R123 R124 2 2 1 1 B* 23-6800 B* 25-6800 B* 23-1800 B* * See It Lis1 . 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. composition. 210-246 # Resistor: variable. composition. 1 W 1 1 2 2 3 BO* 23-2. R 108 Model 122A DESCRIPTION. 6800 ohms *lo%.000 ohms t 20% BO* (part of S103) Same as R l l O Same as R112 Same as R l l l Same as R17 Resistor: fixed. 5000 ohms *200/0. V Page 14 TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUIT REF. 2 W Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *lo%. * @ STOCK € MFR. 2500 ohms. . 1/2 W Same as R120 Same as R119 2 5-30K .5 R114 R115 R116 R117. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. composition. 1/2 W Resistor: variable. tol. r e a r section: 100. 12. 200/0.1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 2700 ohms *100/0. 210-226 50. composition. composition. 100.000 ohms +200/0. # Total quantity used in the instrument. 30. composition. i DESIGNATION NO. 6800 ohms *lo%.f Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable P a 8 Table". 1/2 W Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *5%.7K R109 RllO Rlll B* 210-243 BO* 23-12K B* 24-100K R112 R113 B* 2 Resistor: variable.Sect. MFR. composition. 2 sections. linear taper.000 ohms *lo%. 2 W Resistor: fixed. linear taper.
tol. 83.000 ohms &lo%. DESIGNATION These circuit references not assigned Same a s R25 Same as R103 Same as R17 Same as R103 This circuit reference not assigned Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W 23-68K B* 23-120K-5 B* 33-71. MFR. * & MFR.000 ohms *l%. - DESCRIPTION.560 ohms *l%. 210-241 200.25 W BO* (not separately replaceable) (part of S202) Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. a . 120. 10. composition. # Tot l quantity used in the instrument. W 1/2 Same a s R211 Resistor: fixed. V Page 15 T A B L E OF R E P L A C E A B L E P A R T S r CII3cum R:EF. 68.Modiel 122A Sect. deposited carbon.I'LiSl * Set 3 f M a n u f s u y e r s C o d e Letters For Replaceable Parts Tableft. deposited carbon. composition. W 1/2 This circuit reference not assigned Res istor: fixed. 1/2 W Same as R62 Same as R8 @ STOCH NO.000 ohms *lo%.000 ohms *5%. composition. 71. linear taper. # - R12!5 thru 19 R I< 0 R2(1 R2 )1 C R2C12 R2C)3 R2C14 R2C)5 R2C)6 R2 I7 C R2GI8 9 R2G1 33-83K 1 NN* 23-10K B* 1 R210 Resistor: variable. 20%) .000 ohms.56K 1 R21 1 R212 R213 R214 2 1 NN* 1 .
000 ohms *5%.220 R221 R222 R223 R224 R225 R226 R227 R228 R229 R230 R231 R232 DESCRIPTION. 430. 10. - . 330. 112 W Same as R60 Same as R224 Resistor : variable. V Page 16 TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUIT REF. 113 W Same as R224 Resistor: fixed. MFR. : 8 Table". 23-47K 5 B* 13-27K 6 2 B* 13-680K B* Eo* B* !lo-244 BO* t3-330K B* f See L i s b Manufacturers Code Letters F o r Replaceable Pa # Total quantity used in the instrument.000 ohms *lo%.000 ohms. 114 W Resistor: fixed. composition.000 ohms +lo%.5 1 1 1 l10-240 1 Model 122A * @ STOCE &E # - MFR. 47. 250. 112 W Resistor: variable.000 ohms +IO%. 20%. 1inea. This circuit reference not assigned Same as R26 Same as R17 This circuit reference not assigned These circuit references not assigned Same as R112 Resistor: fixed. 112 W Resistor: fixed. tol. 680. 30%. composition.Sect. composition. 112 W Electrical value adjusted at factory 13/ 430K. 112 W Same as R25 Resistor: fixed. composition.000 ohms. composition. 27."tape r. R215 R216 R217 R218 R219. tol.000 ohms +lo%. DESIGNATION NO. linear taper.
composition. 1/2 W Same as R62 Resistor: fixed. 160. 1/2 W Same as R2 Resistor: fixed. composition.000 ohms +lo%. 3900 ohms +lo%. composition. composition.ode1 122A TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUIT REF. 24. V Page 17 * @ STOCK ix MFR. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. # Total quantity used in the instrument.000 ohms &lo%. glass body. 13-220K # Resistor: fixed. 220. 100.000 ohms +5%. 270. 1000 ohms.000 ohms +5%. to1 20%. 1/2 W Electrical value adjusted at factory Resistor: fixed. 2 W Resistor: fixed.000 ohms +lo%.000 ohms +lo%. 4 W Resistor: fixed. 820. 1/2 W Same as R19 These circuit references not assigned Resistor: variable.000 ohms +5%.5 - B* 13-16OK-5 B* 13-2M-5 1 B* !5-100K 1 B* !3-820K 2 B* 10-247 1 BO* 3-270K-5 1 1 B* 3-3. 2 megohms +5%. linear taper. MFR. 3233 DESCRIPTION. 27. composition. . composition. composition. composition. DESIGNATION 3 NO. 1/2 W Same as R107 1 B* 134-27K AB* R234 R235 R236 R237 R238 R239 R240 R241 R242 R243 R244 thru Et246 3247 3248 3249 3250 3251 1 1 1 I3 24K. Sect.9K B* See List 3f Manufacturers Code Letters F o r Replaceable PS s Table". 1/2 W Same as Rl9 Same as R224 Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed.
1 W Resistor: fixed. W 1/2 Same as R113 Resistor: fixed. V Page 18 TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUlT REF. 8 Table". deposited carbon. deposited carbon. 20. DESIGNATION NO. 1/2 W Same as R68 Resistor: fixed. deposited carbon.8 megohms + 1%. deposited carbon. composition. Model 122A * @ STOCP &s MFR. MFR.1/2 W Same as R66 Resistor: fixed.256 R257 R258 R259 R260 R261 R262 R263 R264 thru R299 R300 R301 R302 R303 NN" 33-3M NN" 23-39K 1 B" 33 -20K NN' 1 33-200K 1 1 NN* 33-1. 2 W 24-1K 1 B* 25. 3 megohms *I%. 1.000 ohms *lo%. Same as R106 Resistor: fixed. 1 W Resistor: fixed. composition. # - 24-47K 1 B" 31-3M 1 2 *. 1/2 W These circuit references not assigned . composition.000 ohms *lo%. 3 megohms *l%. - . R252 R253 R254 DESCRIPTION. 1 W Same as R25 Same as R222 Resistor: fixed.Sect. 47.000 ohms *lo%.000 ohms *l%.B R255. composition. 150. 200.8M NN* . 1000 ohms *lo%. 39. deposited carbon.150K 1 B* I See Lis1 if Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable P a # Total quantity used in the instrument. '- Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *l%.1/2 W Resistor: fixed.
5 megohms k.2 megohms *lo%. 2 W Same as R l O l Resistor: variable.2 megohms *lo%.000 ohms *200/0. composition. 30%.000 ohms *lo%.25 W Resistor: fixed. composition. l4 . 8.2M B* !5-8. linear taper.2M B* 1 1 3 'thru Resistor: fixed.c c 122A TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS ~ Sect. 560.311 Resistor: fixed. composition. 56. . DESIGNATION NO. * @ STOCK t3z MFR.150 Resistor: variable.7 megohms +lo%.315 Same as R224 Same a s R107 Resistor: fixed. I* 3. 1/4 W (not separately replaceable) (part of S301) Same a s R222 !lo-224 1 Lid If Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable P a s Table".560K # - Resistor: fixed. l . 4.6M B* 2 10.000 ohms *lo%. composition. 2 W 2 B* 13-3M-5 B* 1 210-242 3 1 2 1 BO* 25-4. 2 W . composition. 1 W Same as R103 Same a s R70 Resistor: fixed. a quantity used in the instrument. composition. linear taper.6 megohms *lo%. 1/2 W R e s i s t o r variable. 2. 5. MFR. composition. 1 megohm. 1/2 W Same as R225 .7M B* 25-5.3096. V Page 19 WIT F. 3 megohms *5%. DESCRIPTION. 1 W Resistor: fixed. tol. composition. BO* 200. composition. 1/2 W 14-56K B* !3-2.
405. 2 W 24-470K B* 1 Z 102 6 R* 3 -40 5K 3 - 1 1 NN* 33-136.w Electrical value adjusted at factory Resistor: fixed.000 ohms *l%.700 ohms *l%. DESIGNATION # c NO. 22 megohms *lo%. Resistor: fixed. MFR.1/2 W Resistor: fixed. 136. 3500 ohms *lo%.330 R331. deposited carbon. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed.Sect. 10. 10 W Resistor: fixed. Same a s R70 This circuit reference not assigned Same a s R25 Same a s R222 These circuit references not assigned Same a s R103 Same a s R304 * @ STOCE & MFR. 200. W 1/2 Electrical value adjusted at factory Resistor: fixed. 1 W Same as R222 Same a s R103 Resistor: fixed. R325 R326 R327 R328 R329. wirewound.000 ohms *100/0.7K NN* R339 1 R340 R341 R342 33-200K NN* 1 1 i3-22M B* !5-10K 1 B* I 1 See "List of Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable Pa s Table". V Page 20 TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS CIRCUIT Model 122A REF. Total quantity used in the instrument.000 ohms *l%. 470. 1/2. deposited carbon. deposited cdrbon. composition. composition. - .332 R333 R334 R335 R336 R337 R338 DESCRIPTION.000 ohms *lo%. composition.
MFR.88M NN* 1 33-2.000 ohms *lo%. * @ STOCK & MFR.500 ohms *l%. 11 - . composition.1/2 W 33-1. 150 ohms *lo%.000 ohms *lo%. DESIGNATION NO.7 ohms *lo%.88 megohms *l%.44K NN* 31-27. deposited carbon. deposited carbon. 4440 ohms *l%. 1/2 W Same as R103 Resistor: fixed.2 W Same as R26 Resistor: fixed. 15. deposited carbon.1 W Same as R308 Same a s R345 Resistor fixed. 1/2 W Same a s R308 Resistor: fixed. composition. W 1/2 Same a s R242 Resistor: fixed.1/2 W Same as R60 Resistor: fixed. 1 W Resistor: fixed. 82.L_ Madel 122A TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS DESCRIPTION. 500 ohms *l%. deposited carbon. 2. Sect. deposited carbon. # : rotal quantity used in the instrument. composition. 1.52 megohms *l%. # - R:343 R:344 R:345 R:346 R:347 Resistor: fixed. composition. 27.4M-E 1 B* 33-500 1 NN* -See *z List of Manufacturers Code Letters F o r Replaceable Parts Table". 2.7 B* 1 1 1 33-4. W 1/2 Resistor: fixed. 1/2 W Resistor: fixed. V Page 21 - C'IRCUIT - REF. composition.5K NN* 23-2. 2.4 megohms *5%.52M NN* 2 23-82K 1 B* R:348 R:349 25-150 B* 1 R:350 R:351 23-15K 1 B* R:352 R:353 R:354 R:355 R:356 R:357 R:358 R:359 24-2.
2 DESCRIPTION. Model 122A * @ STOCE & MFR. 210-115 Resistor: variable. 1/2 W Vertical Attenuator Switch Assembly: complete l e s s components Presentation-Polarity Switch Assembly: complete l e s s components These circuit references not assigned Switch. 3/10 W Resistor: variable. 2 W (includes S301) Same a s R103 Resistor: fixed. .Sect. trigger-level (part of R210 and S201) This circuit reference not assigned Sweep Time-Horizontal Sensitivity Switch Assembly: includes S103 These circuit references not assigned Part of R361 This circuit reference not assigned HP* 122A. toggle: SPST Switch. R360 R361 R362 R363 s1. 500 ohms *30%0. s Total quantity used in the instrument. wirewound. DESIGNATION # NO. V Page 22 T A B L E OF R E P L A C E A B L E PARTS CIRCUIT REF. 470. composition.19A HP* 122A-19C 1 1 See I t Lid If Manufacturers Code Letters For Replaceable Pa L Table". 25 ohms *lo%. linear taper. toggle: SPDT 1 1 BO* 210-188 BO* 23-470K 1 B* H P * 122A-19D W* 310-251 HP* 122A-19B W* 310-250 2 53 1 54 thru 5100 5101 3102 5103 3104 thru 3200 5201 3202 3203 3204 3205 thru 3300 3301 3302 D* 310-11 D* 310-12 1 1 Part of 5204 These circuit references not assigned Sync-Trigger Level Switch Assembly Switch. MFR.000 ohms *lo%.
electron: 6U8 Same a s V1 Same a s V202 These circuit references not assigned Neon. lamp. DESIGNATION S3(13 T3101 W* H P * 310-177 T3102 l'ransformer. Switch. electron: 6AN8 l'ube. electron: 6AU6 Lamp. . blue code H P * 120A -11A-1 1 v192 v3 v 425 V697 V8 v9 zz* 2 12. s *S # 1'otal quantity used in the instrument. electron: 12AU7 rube. HV rube. aged and selected. V Page 23 T A B L E OF R E P L A C E A B L E P A R T S DESCRIPTION.12AU7 zz* 212-6DJ8 zz* 212 -6AU6 N* 211-43 v10 . electron: 12AT7 These circuit references not assigned Tube. power ' - C!Kcurr REF. electron: 6DJ8/ECC88 Same a s V1 Same a s V3 Same a s V1 rube. 1/25 W These circuit references not assigned Same as V3 Tube.12AT7 zz* 212-6AN8 zz* 212-6U8 G-84B HP* -lee ~ ~ L i ofl Manufacturers Code Letters F o r Replaceable Parts Table".blocle1 122A Sect. rotary l ransformer. * & MFR. glow. l l v12 thru v100 v101 v102 v103 thru v 200 v 201 v 202 v 203. MFR.204 v 205 v 206 thru v 209 v 210 zz* 212.
electron: 12B4A Same as V202 Same as V306 Same as V9 Tube. green code G -84D 1 H P* V215 thru Same as V210 V217 V219 thru V300 V301 V302 V303. V321. . 11 - 2 1 2 ZZ* 212-1284. cathode ray: 5AQP flat-faced. . 5" Tube. lamp.Sect. electron: 5651 These circuit references not assigned Same a s V10 Same as V215 These circuit references not assigned Same a s V10 ZZ* zz* 212-6AQ5 ZZ* 1 212 5642 212 -5AQF 1. MFR. electron: 6AQ5 Tube. . 212 5651 - 1 .317 V318 thru These circuit references not assigned Same as V1 Tube. V211 thru V213 V214 DESCRIPTION. # Total quantity used in the instrument. aged and selected.7. electron: 5642 Tube.s Tablet'. Model 122A * & MFR. # Same as V10 Neon. DESIGNATION ( STOCE 8 NO.304 V305 V306 V307 V308 V309 V310 V311 thru V314 v315 V316.322 * See Lis1 )f Manufacturers Code Letters F o r Replaceable Pa .2. V Page 24 T A B L E OF R E P L A C E A B L E PARTS CIRCUIT REF.
INTENSITY (rack model only) FOCUS. V Page 25 IRcurl REF. SENS. hob: A VERT. A+B VERT. h o b B VERT. SYNC h o b TRIGGER LEVEL.\ del 122A TABLE O F REPLACEABLE PARTS _ _ _ ~ ~ Sect. DESCRIPTION. PRESENTATION. SCALE LIGHT (cabinet model only) Knob CHAN.. VERT. INTENSITY. POS. MFR. # - MISCELLANEOUS Fuseholder Jewel T* 140-16 1 1 AD* 145-23A AD* 145-25 G-74D HP* Pilot Light Assembly Knob HORIZ. 1 4 3 HP* HP* G -74E HP* G-74G G-74Q HP* 3-74AU HP* HP* 3-74AW 1 1 1 1 5 4 H P * 3-74BE f Manufacturers Code Letters For ReDlaceable Pa ) a quantity used in the instrument. tl E Table''. SCALE LIGHT. APOLARITY Knob HORIZ. DESIGNATION @ STOC: NO. FOCUS.. (Cabinet model only) Knob A+B VERT. POS.. SWEEP TIME-HORIZ. POS. POS. SWEEP TIME-HORIZ SENS. SENS. * & MFR. SENS.. .
Y. Johnson Co.. Fed. Kansas City. Harrison. N. Thomas A. of America Jennings Radio Mfg. Carad Corp. Arco Electronics. Ohio N e w York 13. Calif. Micro-Switch Mechanical Industries Prod. Girard-Hopkins Industrial Products Co. Ohio Chicago 50. Lectrohm Inc. Carlstadt. Mass. 111. Redwood City. Corp. Calif. North Adams.) Potter-Brumfield Co. Niagara Falls. Chicago 20. Eby Co. MM NN 00 PP QQ RR ss TT uu vv ww xx YY N e w York 5. J. The Gudeman Co. Danbury. Any brand tube meeting RETMA standards. Co. Allen D. Inc. St. Philadelphra 34. N. Allied Control Co. co CP CQ CR cs CT cu cv cw . Mass. Allen B. 111. Pa. Pa. Bird Electronics Corp. Hugh H. Mass. Calif. Lor Angeles 58. N. Chicago 44. J. Wis. N. Pa. Chicago 5. Amperite Co. J. Chicag: 22. Elco Corp. Ohmite Mfg. Ogallala. Spencer Thermostat Stevens Manufacturing Co. Precision Thermometer & Inst. Los Angeles 65. J. J. Ohio Rockford. Mass. Weston Electrical Inst. Y. Comloc-Fastener Corp. N. J. Ind. Bloomington. N. 111. Calif. Waseca. Palo Alto. Y. Y. Des Plaines. Y. Pa. General Ceramics & Steatite Corp. Ind. Akron 8. Inc. North Chicago. Po. Resistance Products Co. Manchester. Calif. CODE LElTER AK AL AM AN A 0 AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV AW AX AY A2 BA BC BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BK BL BM BN B O BP BQ BR BS BT BU BV BW BX BY BZ CA CB CD CE CF CG CH CI CJ CK CL CM CN M A N UFACTU RER Hammerlund Mfg. Good-All Electric Mfg. Gremar Manufacturing Co. Cinema Engineering Co. Fansteel Metallurgical Corp. Attleboro. Curtiss-Wright Corp. Ind. Calif. N. Olean. Radio Condenser Co. 111. Chicago 10. Wilco Corporation Winchester Electronics. International Rectifier Corp. Vernon. Co. Inc. Y. E. Hi-Q Division of Aerovox Erie Resistor Corp. 111. Co. Los Angeles 42. N. N. Inc. Edison. Marys. 111. Astron Corp. Brooklyn 37. Cordwell Mfg. N e w York I I. Sunnyvale. Arrow. N. Maguire Industries Inc. N. New York. Princeton. Co. Mo. Co. Wakefield. St. Allen-Bradley Co. Pa. Wilkor Products. Minn. 111.. Newark 5. DuMont Labs Excel Transformer Co. ADDRESS N e w Bedford. Industrial Condenser Corp. F. Po. Ohio Plolnville. N e w York 13. Mo. Palo Alto. Bridgeport 2. J. Son Francisco. Boonton. Co. Oakland. Calif. Ohio Philadelphia 30. Cleveland 3 . Mt. East Newark. Centrala b Cinch-Jones Mfg. Sealectro Corp. Mass. 111. Pa. Malco Tool & Die Oxford Electric Corp. El Segundo. Barber Colman Co. Ohio Alliance. Bud Radio Inc. Newark 4. Co. Philadelphia 44. Nebr. N. Calif. Sandwich. Y. Collingdale. N. Ohio Van Nuys. Indianapolis. N e w York. Mass. Cleveland 14. Attleboro. Stackpole Carbon Co. Mass. Inc. Conn. Model Eng. The Muter Co. Mueller Electric Co. Hewlett-Packard Co. Co. Co. N. Louis. Y. Y. 111. Aircraft Radio Corp. Chicago 22. Freeport. ADDRfSS New York I. Son Jose. General Electric Supply Corp. Advance Electric 81 Relay Co. Fischer Specialties Telefunken (c/o MVM. New York 2 I. Varian Associates Victory Engineering Corp. 1. Columbus 16. Conn. Augat Brothers. General Radio Co. Sarkes Tanian Signal Indicator Co. Calif. N. Vector Electronic Co. Chicago 30. Danvers. Oak Manufacturing Co. Los Angeles. N. Inc. Cannon Electric Co. Ind. General Electric Co. Mallory Co. J. Chicago 18. N. Santa Monica. Ohio Huntington. N. San Francisco. Cleveland. Burbank. Cambridge 39. Radio Essentials Inc. Insuline Corp. 111. Marion. Y. Hughes Aircraft Co. Electra Manufacturing Co. DuPont Electronics Tube Corp. N. Pa. Calif. Ind. Pa. Clarostat Mfg. N. James Knights Co. N. N. N. Inc. H HP I J K L Milwaukee 4. Pa. N. Inc. J. N. Crowley Co. Dover. Alliance Manufacturing Co. Ind. Yonkers. Co. Brooklyn 37. Keasbey. Y. Philadelphia 18. Union. Calif. Y. Dynac. Amphenol Diol Light Co. Palo Alto. Inc. Carborundum Co. R. Calif. Co. Co. Roytheon Manufacturing Co. N. Conn. 111. Garrett Union Switch & Signal Radio Receptor Automatic & Precision Mfg. Wis. Cleveland. George K. 111. Philadelphia 24. P. & Mfg. Inc. N. Pqramus. 111. Elkhart. Conn. Axel Brothers Inc. Conn.. J. 111. Inc.LIST OF CODE LETTERS USED IN TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS TO DESIGNATE THE MANUFACTURERS CODE L C R A B C D E F G M A N UFACTU RER Aerovox Corp. Belden Manufacturing Co. Torrington Manufacturing Co. Cincinnati 6. N. J. Calif. H. Newton. Y. Greenwich. Oakland. N.. Weckesser Co. N. N. Carter Radio Division CBS Hytron Radio & Electric Chicago Telephone Supply Henry L. 111. E. Calif. Mansfield. International Resistance Co. West Orange. Calif. West Orange. 111. Long Island City. Solar Manufacturing Co. N. of America Sangamo Electric Co. Mass. Lenr Electric Mfg. M N 0 P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA BB cc DD EE FF GG HH II JJ KK LL Clifton. Y. J. Bxbank. Camden 3. J. Warren.. 22 AB AC AD AE AF AG AH AI AJ Corning. New Rochelle. 111.Ohio N e w York. Calif. Indianapolis. Cornell Dubilier Elec. Skokie. Schenectady 5. Inc. Hartford. Inc. Swissvale. Y. Calif. Radio Corp. H. Pa. Shallcross Manufacturing Co. Chicago. 111. 111. Sylvania Electric Products Co. 111. Inc. Calif. N. Chicago 24. Telephone 81 Radio Corp. J. Hart & Hegemon Bussman Manufacturing Co. Y. Switchcraft. Harrisburg. Corp. Littlefuse Inc. Columbus. Chicago 47. Y. N. The Drake Mfg. Birnbach Radio Co. Chicago 15. Sprague Electric Co. Western Electric Co. Corning Gloss Works Dole Products. South Plainfield. N. Bassick Co. of America Leecraft Manufacturing Co. Erie 6. Micomold Radio Corp. Philadelphia 8. Acro Manufacturing Co. Inc. N. N. Calif. Neb. Y. Culver City. Milwaukee I. Calif. Clifton. J. Tung-Sol Lomp Works.'Y. Y. Brooklyn 37.
On receipt of this information. If the fault has been caused by misuse or abnormal conditions of operation. fuses and batteries are specifically excluded from any liability. Include model number and serial number when referring to this instrument for any reason. we will give you service data or shipping instructions. forward the instrument prepaid. and when upon our examination it is disclosed to our satisfaction to be defective.CLAIM FOR DAMAGE IN SHIPMENT The instrument should be tested as soon as it is received. Notify us. SHIPPING All shipments of Hewlett-Packard instruments should be made via Truck or Railway Express. repairs will he billed at cost. an estimate of the charges will be made before the work begins provided the instrument is not covered by the warranty. If it fails to operate properly. If any fault develops. A full report of the damage should be obtained by the claim agent. DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL ON US 275 PAGE MILL ROAD PAL0 ALTO.bA CABLE "HEWPACK* . WARRANTY Hewlett-Packard Company warrants each instrument manufactured by them to be free from defects in material and workmanship. the following steps should be taken: 1. transportation charges prepaid by the original purchaser. On receipt of shipping instructions. This warranty is effective for one year after delivery to the original purchaser when the instrument is returned. an estimate will be submitted before the work is started. Klystron tubes as well as other electron tubes. or is damaged in any way. and this report should be forwarded to us. 2. The instruments should be packed in a strong exterior container and surrounded by two or three inches of excelsior or similar shock-absorbing material. to the factory or to the authorized repair station indicated on the instructions. Our liability under this warranty is limited to servicing or adjusting any instrument returned to the factory for that purpose and to replace any defective parts thereof. U. If requested. and include the model number and serial number. a claim should be filed with the carrier.CALlF. giving full details of the difficulty. We will then advise you of the disposition to be made of the equipment and arrange for repair or replacement. In this case.
LU pdL. change to read: "Adjust C235 on SWEiW TIME switch for flat response. . procedure 4 (Horizontal kinplifier Adjustments).r3eGbIv." (over) 9/16 122A - - 122A 5/28 H E W L E T T - PACKARD CQ." Section IV page 15.d&L-aAULl Y-IL . change to read: "Connect 'sawtooth generator' to channel B vertical input terminals.n I V p a g e 13. in paragraph 4-12. pi V ~ G U U IG J ~ L A W A - izontal Amplifier Adjustments).
- 3 d 4 .Model 1 Z A S e r i a l 651 and above: +3@J - 6 ./50/ 1 d 0 -i- .
% Nlfr.6 C 4 ..l O K . -hp.000 ohms 2 W.6 8 0 K . 2 5 . -hp..composition. +lo%. 6 C 4 . B Change to resistor.. B Delete Change f. electron... -hp.Stock No. P a g e 3 Serial 651 and above: (see partial schematic on page 2) CR202: Add diode. 812-106.Stock No. Mfr. G-29E-2.. 2 1 2 . Change to resistor.Stock No.Stock No. 68O.Model 1 2 2 A . Mfr. 10.OOO ohms W. -hp. fixed.Stock No.o tube. Mfr. 0 * v215 thru V2l7: Delete 10-1459 . fixed.. composition. +-lo%. 2 3 . breakdown. HP Rp P3Ol: R121t R253: R360: V204: ' Change to power cord. Mfr. -hp.
59 11/25 . B +lo%. composition..122A . 6 C 4 . -hp. 120A-llA-1.14. breakdown. HP P3Ol: R121: R253: R360: Change to power cord. Mfr. -hp- Stock No.Model 122A - Page 3 Serial 651 and above: (see partial schematic on page 2) CR202: Add diode. HP +lo%. fixed. Delete ' V204: Change b o tube. -hp. Mfr. -hp.000 ohms W. H P 10. Mfr.000 ohms 2 W..composition. Mfr. 0 .. Change to resistor. -hp. -hp.Stock No. Wr.Stock No. 812-106..S t o c k NO.Stock No. power. 10. B Change to resistor. -hp. v215 thru V2l7: Delete T3Ol: Change to transformerg high voltage..S t o c k Noo 910-177p Mfr.680. G-29E-2.Stock N o o 25-lOK. Mfro HP T302: Change t o transformer.. 212-6C4. electron. 23-680K.. fixed.
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