Agilent Technologies 22D User`s guide

Agilent Technologies 22D User`s guide
Agilent Technologies
87050A Option K24
Multiport Test Set
User’s and Service Guide
Use this manual with these documents:
8719D/20D/22D Network Analyzer User’s Guide, Part Number 08720-90288
8753D Network Analyzer User’s Guide, Part Number 08753-90257
8753E Network Analyzer User’s Guide, Part Number 08753-90367
8719D/20D/22D Network Analyzer Service Guide, Part Number 08720-90292
8753D Network Analyzer Service Guide, Part Number 08753-90261
8753E Network Analyzer Service Guide, Part Number 08753-90374
Agilent Technologies Part Number: 87050-90022
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Contents
1. Agilent Technologies 87050A Option K24
Installing the Test Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Checking the Shipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Meeting Electrical and Environmental Requirements. . . . . . . . . . 1-4
2. Getting Started
Connecting and Turning on the Test Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Test Set Address Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Performing the Operator's Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
2-3
2-4
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3. Controlling the Test Set and Making Measurements
Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Computer Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Network Analyzer Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Calibrating the Test System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Making Measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
Measuring Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
Measuring Reflection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
4. Front and Rear Panels
Front Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Power Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
5. Specifications
General Characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Environmental Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
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6. Service
Performance Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Insertion Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Return Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Isolation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Performance Test Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Assembly Replacement and Post-Repair Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . 6-18
Connector Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-20
Troubleshooting and Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
General Troubleshooting Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
Troubleshooting Power Supply Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
Troubleshooting the Front Panel Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
Troubleshooting the Controller and Switch Driver Boards . . . . . 6-22
Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
System Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
A1 Power Supply Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
A2 Front Panel Display Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
A3 Controller Board (Mother Board) and Switch Driver Board
(Daughter Board) Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-25
7. Safety and Regulatory Information
Safety and Regulatory Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contacting Agilent Technologies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Agilent Technologies
87050A Option K24
The Agilent 87050A Option K24 multiport test set is designed for use
with 50 Ω network analyzers such as the Agilent 8719, 8720, 8722, and
8753D/E.
The test set provides the ability to make single connection, multiple
measurements of multiport devices with up to 24 ports, such as
distribution amplifiers, taps, switches and couplers. Throughput is
increased by reducing the number of device reconnects the operator
must perform. Switching is performed with mechanical switches.
The test set can be controlled by using an external GPIB (HP-IB)
controller, or parallel control
NOTE
This User’s and Service Guide documents the use of the test set with an
Agilent 8720D only.
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Installing the Test Set
This chapter will guide you through the steps necessary to correctly and
safely install your multiport test set. The steps are:
1. Check the Shipment
2. Meet Electrical and Environmental Requirements
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Checking the Shipment
After the test set has been unpacked, you should keep the original
packaging materials so they can be used if you need to transport the
instrument.
Check the items received against Table 1-1 to make sure that you have
received everything.
Inspect the test set and all accessories for any signs of damage that may
have occurred during shipment. If your test set or any accessories
appear to be damaged or missing, call Agilent Technologies (refer to
“Contacting Agilent Technologies” on page 7-6 for the nearest office).
Table 1-1
87050A Option K24 Accessories Supplied
Description
Agilent Part Number
Quantity
See cross reference to figure
1
Adapter, 3.5 mm to APC-7
1250-1747
2
RF Cable (SMA to SMA)
5062-6682
2
Front Handle Kit
5063-9228
1
Rack Mount Kit
5063-9235
1
Parallel Port Interface Cable
8120-6818
1
RF Cable, Agilent 8720D to
Option K24 Transmission or
Reflection
08720-20245
2
3.5 mm Connector
85052-60012
2
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87050-90022
1
Power Cord
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Meeting Electrical and Environmental
Requirements
1. The line power module on your test set is an autoranging input. It is
designed to be used with an ac power source with a nominal voltage
of either 115 V or 230 V.
2. Ensure that the available ac power source meets the following
requirements:
• 90 to 250 Vac
• 48 to 66 Hz
• 40 watts
CAUTION
This product has an autoranging line voltage input. Be sure the supply
voltage is within the specified range. If the ac line voltage does not fall
within these ranges, an autotransformer that provides third wire
continuity to earth ground should be used.
3. Ensure that the operating environment meets the following safety
requirements for
• indoor use
• altitude up to 15,000 feet (4,572 meters)
• temperature range of 0 °C to 55 °C
• maximum relative humidity: 80% for temperatures up to 31 °C,
decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity
• enclosure protection, IP 20, according to IEC 529
CAUTION
This product is designed for use in INSTALLATION CATEGORY II,
and POLLUTION DEGREE 2, per IEC 101 and 664 respectively.
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4. Verify that the power cable is not damaged, and that the power
source outlet provides a protective earth ground contact. Note that
the Figure 1-1 depicts only one type of power source outlet. Refer to
Figure 4-5 on page 4-7 to see the different types of power cord plugs
that can be used with your test set.
Figure 1-1
Protective Earth Ground
WARNING
This is a Safety Class I product (provided with a protective
earthing ground incorporated in the power cord). The mains
plug shall only be inserted into a socket outlet provided with a
protective earth contact. Any interruption of the protective
conductor, inside or outside the instrument, is likely to make
the instrument dangerous. Intentional interruption of the
protective conductor is prohibited.
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5. If you are installing the test set into a cabinet, ensure there are at
least two inches of clearance around the sides and back of the test
set and the system cabinet. See Figure 1-2. The convection into and
out of the test set must not be restricted. The ambient temperature
(outside the cabinet) must be less than the maximum operating
temperature of the test set by 4 °C for every 100 watts dissipated in
the cabinet.
Figure 1-2
CAUTION
Ventilation Clearance Requirements
If the total power dissipated in the cabinet is greater than 800 watts,
forced convection must be used.
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6. Set up a static safe workstation. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can
damage or destroy components (refer to Figure 1-3).
Figure 1-3
Example of an Antistatic Workstation
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Getting Started
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Getting Started
Connecting and Turning on the Test Set
Connecting and Turning on the Test Set
The test set is designed to be placed underneath the network analyzer
in a rack system and connected to it as shown in Figure 2-1. Use the
two SMA 50 Ω jumper cables, part number 08720-20245, that were
shipped with the test set. See Table 1-1 on page 1-3.
Figure 2-1
Connecting the Test Set to the Network Analyzer
After all the proper connections have been made, turn on the test set
using the front panel line switch. The front panel line switch
disconnects the mains circuits from the mains supply after the EMC
filters and before other parts of the instrument.
NOTE
For accurate, repeatable measurements, be sure to let the test set warm
up for at least 2 hours. It is recommended that the test set not be
turned off on a regular basis. For the most stable and accurate
measurements, leave the test set turned on at all times.
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Setting the Test Set Address Switch
Setting the Test Set Address Switch
The test set is shipped with the GPIB (HP-IB) address set to 12, which
sets the parallel address to 0 as in Figure 2-2. Refer to Chapter 3
"Controlling the Test Set and Making Measurements" for the definition
of the parallel address.
To set the GPIB address, set all five switches so that the sum of the
switches in the on or “1” position equal the desired address. In the
example below, the two switches in the “on” position are 8 and 4, thus
the GPIB address of 12.
To set the parallel address, use only the number 1 switch. Therefore
the possibilities for parallel port addressing are an address of 0 or 1.
When GPIB is used, the parallel address is ignored.
Figure 2-2
The Test Set Address Switch
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Performing the Operator's Check
Performing the Operator's Check
For information on how to control the test set, refer to Chapter 3.
Description
The following operator's check is designed to provide you with a high
degree of confidence that your test set is working properly. It is not
designed to verify specifications. To verify specifications, refer to
Chapter 6.
Procedure
This procedure is for performing a simple operator's check using a
network analyzer of the proper frequency range and impedance.
Equipment Required
• Network Analyzer, 50 Ω impedance (Agilent 8720D)
• Cable, 50 Ω 3.5 mm (part number 85131-60012 or equivalent)
• Calibration Kit, 50 Ω (Agilent 85052B)
Process
Step 1. Perform a one-port reflection calibration at the end of a 50 Ω cable over
the frequency range of 50 MHz to 20 GHz on the analyzer. Verify the
calibration is active and that a cable terminated with a short displays a
return loss of 0 ±0.2 dB.
Step 2. Connect the cable (already connected to the reflection port of the
analyzer) to the reflection port of the 87050A Option K24 test set.
Step 3. Measure the return loss of each section of the test set by selecting ports
1 through 24, one at a time, by using the network analyzer. Terminate
each port being tested with a known good 50 Ω load (greater than
–30 dB). The resulting return loss should be greater than –10 dB (the
absolute value should be greater than 10).
NOTE
This is an 80% confidence test only. A unit could pass this simple test
and yet still not function properly. For more complete testing, see
"Performance Tests" in Chapter 6.
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Controlling the Test Set and Making
Measurements
The Agilent 87050A Option K24 is a “slave” instrument: a controller
must be used to control the test set. There are three ways in which the
test set can be controlled:
• The controller can talk to the network analyzer GPIB, which then
controls the test set via the parallel connection
• The controller can control the test set directly via GPIB
• A network analyzer equipped with a parallel connection can control
the test set directly
NOTE
The following key conventions are used throughout this document.
• [HARDKEYS] are labeled front panel keys
• SOFTKEYS are unlabeled keys whose function is indicated on the
instrument display
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Commands
Commands
As mentioned earlier, the test set can be controlled in three ways. The
first two involve the use of a separate computer. The third way uses the
network analyzer manually. These methods of control are detailed
below and on the following page.
Computer Control
The first way to control the test set is to write GPIB commands to the
network analyzer which then writes to the test set by way of the
parallel port. See Figure 3-1 for a diagram of connections for this type of
control. The following examples use the variable [D] which is defined in
Table 3-1.
To use a parallel port connection with the 8720D, use a GPIB command
to write bits on the parallel port. The following example assumes that
the address of the network analyzer is 16.
NOTE
OUTPUT 716;"PARALGPIO;"
Sets the parallel port for GP-IO
function
OUTPUT 716;"PARAOUT[D];"
Programs all GP-IO output bits (0 to
256) at once
Be sure to use the ending semi-colon.
The second way to control the test set is to address the 87050A
Option K24 test set directly over GPIB, using a controller to write
directly to the test set GPIB port. The following example assumes that
the address of the test set is 12.
OUTPUT 712;"STRING$"
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Commands
Figure 3-1
Controlling the Test Set Over GPIB (HP-IB)
NOTE
Connection to the network analyzer is not required when controlling
the test set over GPIB.
Network Analyzer Control
The third method of sending commands uses the network analyzer to
control the test set directly. This method is performed with the
standard setup of the network analyzer working with the test set. A
parallel cable is connected from the network analyzer output to the test
set input on both rear panels.
Press: [SEQ]
TTL → I/O → PARALLEL ALL OUT
Use the arrow keys, ⇑ or ⇓, to scroll to the desired test port address, or
input the number directly using the hard keys [D] → [x1], where D
represents the decimal value of the test port address (see Table 3-1 on
page 3-4).
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Commands
Table 3-1
Test Port Addresses
Connection Path
GPIB
Command
Decimal [D]
Binary
Equivalent
Transmission to Port 1
tran_01
0
00000000
Transmission to Port 2
tran_02
1
00000001
Transmission to Port 3
tran_03
2
00000010
Transmission to Port 4
tran_04
3
00000011
Transmission to Port 5
tran_05
4
00000100
Transmission to Port 6
tran_06
5
00000101
Transmission to Port 7
tran_07
6
00000110
Transmission to Port 8
tran_08
7
00000111
Transmission to Port 9
tran_09
8
00001000
Transmission to Port 10
tran_10
9
00001001
Transmission to Port 11
tran_11
10
00001010
Transmission to Port 12
tran_12
11
00001011
Transmission to Port 13
tran_13
12
00001100
Transmission to Port 14
tran_14
13
00001101
Transmission to Port 15
tran_15
14
00001110
Transmission to Port 16
tran_16
15
00001111
Transmission to Port 17
tran_17
16
00010000
Transmission to Port 18
tran_18
17
00010001
Transmission to Port 19
tran_19
18
00010010
Transmission to Port 20
tran_20
19
00010011
Transmission to Port 21
tran_21
20
00010100
Transmission to Port 22
tran_22
21
00010101
Transmission to Port 23
tran_23
22
00010110
Transmission to Port 24
tran_24
23
00010111
Transmission Terminated
*t_term
24
00011000
Reflection to Port 1
refl_01
25
00011001
Reflection to Port 2
refl_02
26
00011010
Reflection to Port 3
refl_03
27
00011011
Reflection to Port 4
refl_04
28
00011100
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Table 3-1
Test Port Addresses
Connection Path
GPIB
Command
Decimal [D]
Binary
Equivalent
Reflection to Port 5
refl_05
29
00011101
Reflection to Port 6
refl_06
30
00011110
Reflection to Port 7
refl_07
31
00011111
Reflection to Port 8
refl_08
32
00100000
Reflection to Port 9
refl_09
33
00100001
Reflection to Port 10
refl_10
34
00100010
Reflection to Port 11
refl_11
35
00100011
Reflection to Port 12
refl_12
36
00100100
Reflection to Port 13
refl_13
37
00100101
Reflection to Port 14
refl_14
38
00100110
Reflection to Port 15
refl_15
39
00100111
Reflection to Port 16
refl_16
40
00101000
Reflection to Port 17
refl_17
41
00101001
Reflection to Port 18
refl_18
42
00101010
Reflection to Port 19
refl_19
43
00101011
Reflection to Port 20
refl_20
44
00101100
Reflection to Port 21
refl_21
45
00101101
Reflection to Port 22
refl_22
46
00101110
Reflection to Port 23
refl_23
47
00101111
Reflection to Port 24
refl_24
48
00110000
Reflection Terminated
*r term
49
00110001
Box Identity
idn?
Reset
*rst
50
00110010
Serial Number
sn?
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Commands
To connect all ports to their internal 50 Ω loads, send the following two
commands:
OUTPUT 716;"PARAOUT24;"
OUTPUT 716;"PARAOUT49;"
or
OUTPUT 712;"*t_term"
OUTPUT 712;"*r_term"
NOTE
When a test set port is not in use, it is terminated in 50 Ω.
If the 87050A Option K24 is being controlled by GPIB, you can read the
serial number of the test set by sending the following commands:
OUTPUT 712;"sn?"
ENTER 712;Sn$
DISP Sn$
Reset Command:
When the Reset (*rst) command is sent, the box is set to a known state
where all ports are terminated.
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Commands
Switch Count Commands
To read the individual switch count, send the following two commands:
OUTPUT 712;"SW10?"
OUTPUT 712;J10$
The above example shows the J10 command only. To enter additional
commands use Table 3-2.
Table 3-2
Switch Count Commands
Switch Number
GPIB Command
J10
SW10?
J11
SW11?
J12
SW12?
J13
SW13?
J14
SW14?
J15
SW15?
J16
SW16?
J17
SW17?
J18
SW18?
J19
SW19?
J50
SW50?
J51
SW51?
J52
SW52?
J53
SW53?
J54
SW54?
J55
SW55?
J56
SW56?
J57
SW57?
J58
SW58?
J59
SW59?
J60
SW60?
J61
SW61?
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Table 3-2
Switch Count Commands
J62
SW62?
J63
SW63?
J64
SW64?
J65
SW65?
J66
SW66?
J67
SW67?
J68
SW68?
J69
SW69?
J70
SW70?
J71
SW71?
J72
SW72?
J73
SW73?
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Calibrating the Test System
Calibrating the Test System
After the test set has warmed up for at least two hours, you should
calibrate before making any measurements. Refer to your network
analyzer user’s guide to determine the type of calibration appropriate
for the measurements you will be making.
You must calibrate each measurement path separately and store the
calibration as an instrument state in the network analyzer. Refer to
your network analyzer user’s guide for information on how to calibrate
and store instrument states.
Refer to Figure 3-2. In this example setup the following tests will be
made:
• Return loss on the DUT input and 2 output ports (A and B)
• Insertion loss (or gain) between the DUT input and port A
• Insertion loss (or gain) between the DUT input and port B
Figure 3-2
Calibrating the Test System
For the best accuracy, you should perform a full two-port calibration
between test set ports 1 and 2, and again between ports 1 and 3. As
mentioned before, you must save the calibrations as instrument states.
See your analyzer user’s guide for information on calibrations and
saving instrument states.
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Calibrating the Test System
CAUTION
When performing a full two-port calibration and making subsequent
measurements, you must use the transfer switch internal to the 8720D
to change the RF signal path direction. Do not use the test set to change
the RF signal path direction when you are using a full two-port
calibration. Doing so will render the calibration invalid.
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Making Measurements
Making Measurements
The following examples assume that you are using a parallel port
connection with an 8720D, with the test set's parallel address set to "0".
See “Setting the Test Set Address Switch” on page 2-3 for information
on setting the test set address.
Measuring Transmission
Refer to Figure 3-3 on page 3-12 for the following discussion. With the
8720D set to measure forward transmission (S21), the analyzer RF
source is output through the analyzer PORT 1, and PORT 2 is set to
receive the RF signal.
By using the following commands, you will connect PORT 20 of the test
set to the Transmission port, and you will connect PORT 21 of the test
set to the Reflection port. You will thus be measuring forward
transmission through the device under test when measuring S21. This
will provide you with gain or insertion loss information.
OUTPUT 716;"PARALGPIO;"
OUTPUT 716;"PARAOUT19;"
OUTPUT 716;"PARALGPIO;"
OUTPUT 716;"PARAOUT45;"
If directly controlling the 87050A Option K24, use the following GPIB
commands:
OUTPUT 712;"tran_20"
OUTPUT 712;"refl_21"
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Controlling the Test Set and Making Measurements
Making Measurements
Figure 3-3
Controlling the Test Set
Measuring Reflection
By leaving the DUT connected as in Figure 3-3 and setting the network
analyzer to measure S11, you can measure reflection or return loss.
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4
Front and Rear Panels
This chapter contains information on the ports and switches found on
the front and rear panels of the test set. This chapter is divided into two
sections: front panel and rear panel.
User’s and Service Guide
4-1
Front and Rear Panels
Front Panel
Front Panel
Figure 4-1
Front Panel
Reflection 50 Ω
Line Power Switch
Port Connection
Status LCD
Transmission 50 Ω
Test Ports 1–24
Ground Connector
Line Power Switch
The test set line power switch is located at the bottom left corner of the
front panel. See Figure 4-1. The line power switch turns the power to
the test set either on or off.
The front panel line switch disconnects the mains circuits from the
mains supply after the EMC filters and before other parts of the
instrument.
Ports 1–24
Ports 1 through 24 are 50 Ω 3.5 mm connectors that are used to connect
to the device under test.
CAUTION
Do not input more than 1 watt, RF and DC combined, to these ports or
damage to the internal RF switches or the analyzer may occur.
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Front and Rear Panels
Front Panel
Figure 4-2
Physical Characteristics of 3.5 mm Connector
The Transmission and Reflection Ports
The Transmission and Reflection Ports are female 3.5 mm 50 Ω
connectors. A 50 Ω cable connects directly to the Port 1/Port 2 or
Reflection/Transmission port of the network analyzer using the cable,
part number 08720-20245, that was shipped with your test set.
CAUTION
Check your analyzer documentation for damage limits to the RF OUT
port. Make sure that your test setup will not cause those limits to be
exceeded.
The Ground Connector
The Ground connector provides a convenient front panel ground
connection for a standard banana plug.
The Port Connection Status LCD
The Port Connection Status LCD provides visual feedback of which
port(s) are connected to the Transmission and Reflection ports of the
test set. When the LCD displays a path connection, all other
corresponding test ports are internally terminated in 50 Ω.
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4-3
Front and Rear Panels
Rear Panel
Rear Panel
Figure 4-3
Rear Panel
Parallel Port Input
Printer/Test Set
Switch
Parallel Port Output
Address Switch
GPIB connector
Line Module
The Parallel Port Input Connector
This input is connected to the network analyzer. The analyzer provides
control signals that drive the switches inside the test set. In
pass-through mode, it also accepts signals required to drive a printer.
The Parallel Port Output Connector
The output from this connector is used either to control another test set,
or to control a printer, depending upon how the Printer/Test Set switch
is set.
The Printer/Test Set Switch
This switch determines the function of the Parallel Port Output
connector. When switched to Printer, the Parallel Port Output will pass
through printer driver signals. When switched to Test Set, an
additional test set can be controlled from the Parallel Port Output
connector.
GPIB Connector
This connector allows the test set to be connected directly to a
controller. See Figure 3-3 on page 3-12.
4-4
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Front and Rear Panels
Rear Panel
Address Switch
The address switch sets the GPIB or parallel address of the test set. See
“Setting the Test Set Address Switch” on page 2-3 for information.
Line Module
The line module contains the power cable receptacle and the line fuse.
The line fuse and a spare reside within the line module. Figure 4-4
illustrates where the fuses are and how to access them.
Figure 4-4
Line Module
Available Fuses
United States (115V orientation):
• Fuse (F 3 A/250 V, part number 2110-0780) U.L. listed and CSA
certified
Europe (230V orientation):
• Fuse (F 3.15 A/250V, part number 2110-0655) IEC certified and U.L.
recognized
User’s and Service Guide
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Front and Rear Panels
Power Cables
Power Cables
The line power cable is supplied in one of several configurations,
depending on the destination of the original shipment.
Each instrument is equipped with a three-wire power cable. When
connected to an appropriate ac power receptacle, this cable grounds the
instrument chassis. The type of power cable shipped with each
instrument depends on the country of destination. See Figure 4-5 on
page 4-7 for the part numbers of these power cables. Cables are
available in different lengths. Check with your nearest Agilent
Technologies service center for descriptions and part numbers of cables
other than those described in Figure 4-5. See “Contacting Agilent
Technologies” on page 7-6.
CAUTION
Always use the three-prong ac power cord supplied with this product.
Failure to ensure adequate grounding by not using this cord may cause
damage to the product.
WARNING
This is a Safety Class I product (provided with a protective
earthing ground incorporated in the power cord). The mains
plug shall only be inserted in a socket outlet provided with a
protective earth contact. Any interruption of the protective
conductor, inside or outside the instrument, is likely to make
the instrument dangerous. Intentional interruption is
prohibited.
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Front and Rear Panels
Power Cables
Figure 4-5
Power Cable and Line (Mains) Plug Part Numbers
a
Plug Type
Cable
Part
Number
8120-8705
250V
Plug b
Length
Description cm (in.)
Straight
BS 1363A
Cable
Color
229 (90)
Mint Gray
E
L
N
8120-8709
90
229 (90)
Mint Gray
8120-1369
Straight
AS 3112
210 (79)
Gray
8120-0696
90
200 (78)
Gray
8120-1378
Straight
NEMA 5-15P
203 (80)
Jade Gray
8120-1521
90
203 (80)
Jade Gray
8120-4753
Straight
NEMA 5-15P
229 (90)
Gray
8120-4754
90
229 (90)
Gray
8120-1689
Straight
CEE 7/VII
200 (78)
Mint Gray
8120-1692
90
200 (78)
Mint Gray
8120-2104
Straight
SEV Type 12
200 (78)
Gray
8120-2296
90
200 (78)
Gray
8120-2956
Straight
SR 107-2-D
200 (78)
Gray
8120-2957
90
200 (78)
Gray
8120-4211
Straight
IEC 83-B1
200 (78)
Mint Gray
8120-4600
90
200 (78)
Mint Gray
8120-5182
Straight
SI 32
200 (78)
Jade Gray
8120-5181
90
200 (78)
Jade Gray
250V
E
L
N
125V
E
N
L
125V
For Use
in Country
Option 900
United Kingdom, Hong
Kong, Cyprus, Nigeria,
Singapore, Zimbabwe
Option 901
Argentina, Australia,
New Zealand, Mainland
China
Option 903
United States, Canada,
Brazil, Colombia,
Mexico,Philippines,
Saudi Arabia, Taiwan
Option 918
Japan
E
N
L
250V
E
N
L
230V
Option 902
Continental Europe,
Central African Republic,
United Arab Republic
Option 906
Switzerland
E
L
N
220V
N
L
Option 912
Denmark
E
250V
Option 917
South Africa, India
E
L
N
250V
Option 919
Israel
E
N
L
a. E =earth ground, L = line, and N = neutral.
b. Plug identifier numbers describe the plug only. The Agilent Technologies part number is for the complete cable assembly.
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Front and Rear Panels
Power Cables
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5
Specifications
Table 5-1
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Specifications
Parameter
Frequency Range
Specification
50 MHz to 20 GHz
Isolation
0.50 GHz to 1.3 GHz
≥85 dB
1.3 GHz to 3.0 GHz
≥100 dB
3.0 GHz to 6.0 GHz
≥95 dB
Return Loss
0.50 GHz to 1.3 GHz
≥24 dB
1.3 GHz to 3.0 GHz
≥20 dB
3.0 GHz to 6.0 GHz
≥14 dB
6.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz
≥12 dB
12.4 GHz to 20 GHz
≥8 dB
Insertion Loss
0.5 GHz to 6.0 GHz
≤2.5 dB
6.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz
≤3.5 dB
12.4 GHz to 20 GHz
≤4.5 dB
Phase Deviation
Reflection Port to Ports 1–24
(0.5 GHz to 6.0 GHz)
±10°
Transmission Port to Ports 1–24
(0.5 GHz to 6.0 GHz)
±10°
Reflection Port to Ports 1–24
(6.0 GHz to 20 GHz)
±35°
Transmission Port to Ports 1–24
(6.0 GHz to 20 GHz)
±35°
Input Power Damage Level
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>1 Watt (RF +dc)
5-1
Specifications
General Characteristics
General Characteristics
Environmental Characteristics
General Conditions
ESD (electrostatic discharge) must be eliminated by use of static-safe
work procedures and an anti-static bench mat (such as part
number 92175T).
Operating Environment
For indoor use only
Altitude: up to 4,572 meters (15,000 feet)
Operating temperature: 0 °C to 55 °C
Maximum relative humidity: 80% for temperatures up to 31 °C
decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40 °C
Enclosure protection IP 20, according to IEC 529
This product is designed for use in INSTALLATION CATEGORY II,
and POLLUTION DEGREE 2, per IEC 101 and 664 respectively
Non-Operating Storage Conditions
Temperature: –40 °C to 70 °C
Humidity: 0 to 90% relative at 65 °C (non-condensing)
Altitude: 0 to 15,240 meters (50,000 feet)
Weight
Net: Approximately 9 kg
Shipping: Approximately 20 kg
Cabinet Dimensions
These dimensions exclude front and rear panel protrusions.
178 mm H by 425 mm W by 500 mm D
(7.02 in by 16.75 in by 19.7 in)
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General Characteristics
Figure 5-1
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Physical Dimensions
If you need technical assistance, contact Agilent Technologies. Refer to
“Contacting Agilent Technologies” on page 7-6.
User’s and Service Guide
5-3
Specifications
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Options
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Options
UK6
Option UK6 provides a commercial calibration certificate including
actual test data. Data includes test results of 95 tests including
reflection, transmission, and isolation from all test ports.
Rack Ear Mounts
Option 908, part number 5062-3974, provides rack mounts that make it
quick and easy to install or remove the test set from a mainframe.
For further information on these options please contact Agilent
Technologies. Refer to “Contacting Agilent Technologies” on page 7-6.
5-4
User’s and Service Guide
6
Service
This chapter contains information on how to verify the performance of
your test set, how to troubleshoot it if necessary, the theory of operation
and a block diagram.
Please read all applicable safety warnings and cautions in Chapter 7
before servicing the test set.
User’s and Service Guide
6-1
Service
Performance Tests
Performance Tests
Performance testing consists of measuring insertion loss, return loss,
and isolation between all ports. For the most accurate measurements,
the use of an Agilent 8720D 50 Ω network analyzer is recommended
and its use is assumed in these notes. Familiarity with RF/microwave
measurements is also assumed. The use of adapters may be required
and their effects should be accounted for. Performance tests will require
the following equipment:
• Agilent 8720D Network Analyzer
• Test Port Extension Cables, part number 85131-60012
• Agilent 85052B Cal Kit
• Agilent 909D Option 040 or part number 00909-60007 50 Ω
Terminator
NOTE
Make a photocopy of the performance test record (later in this chapter)
to record the results of the performance tests.
There are no adjustments required for the 87050A Option K24 test set.
Perform a full two-port calibration from 50 MHz to 20 GHz at the ends
of two cables attached to the two test ports of the 8720D. Make sure the
calibration is active. Save the results to disk, as they will be used again.
Set up the 8720D with the following:
1. Set the number of points to “201”
2. Set the Bandwidth to “300 Hz”
3. Set the 8720D to “Step Sweep”
NOTE
The Isolation Cal Routine is done with 16 averages.
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Service
Performance Tests
Insertion Loss
Step 1. Recall the full two-port calibration.
Step 2. Connect the cable that is attached to Port 1 of the 8720D to the
Transmission port of the 87050A Option K24.
Step 3. Connect the cable from Port 2 of the analyzer to Port 1 of the 87050A
Option K24. Select Transmission Port 1 using the 8720D. Record the
results in the Performance Test Record, Table 6-1 beginning on
page 6-6.
Step 4. Repeat step 3 for each of the remaining test ports 2 through 24.
Step 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4, but connect the cable in step 2 to the
Reflection port of the 87050A Option K24. In step 3, select the
Reflection port instead of the Transmission port.
Return Loss
This test will check both the internal termination load of each port and
the through match when the appropriate input port is terminated with
a load.
Step 1. Perform a one-port reflection calibration at the end of a 50 Ω cable over
the frequency range of 50 MHz to 20 GHz on the analyzer. Verify the
calibration is active and that the terminated cable displays a return
loss of 0 ±0.2 dB.
Step 2. Connect the cable (already connected to the Reflection measurement
port of the analyzer) to Port 1 of the 87050A Option K24. Connect a
high-quality 50 Ω load to the Transmission port of the 87050A
Option K24. Measure the return loss of Port 1 by selecting Port 1.
Record the results in the Performance Test Record, Table 6-2 beginning
on page 6-9.
Step 3. Repeat this measurement, but this time select no active port. The
display should show “Transmission-Terminated,
Reflection-Terminated”.
Step 4. Move the cable to Port 2 and repeat steps 2 and 3, selecting Port 2.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the remaining ports.
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Service
Performance Tests
Isolation
Isolation needs to be measured only on adjacent ports. Two 50 Ω loads
are required for this test.
Step 1. Recall the full two-port calibration. Make sure the calibration is active
and that averaging is “on” when making measurements.
Step 2. Connect a 50 Ω load to both the Transmission and Reflection ports of
the 87050A Option K24.
Step 3. Connect the two cables that are attached to the network analyzer to
Ports 1 and 2 of the 87050A Option K24. The exact order does not
matter.
Step 4. Select Reflection Port 1 and Transmission Port 2. Set the 8720D to
measure Transmission. Record the results in the Performance Test
Record, Table 6-3 beginning on page 6-14.
Step 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the next two adjacent ports; 2 and 3. Repeat
again for ports 3 and 4, then 4 and 5, and so on, ending with ports 23
and 24.
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Service
Performance Tests
Performance Test Record
NOTE
The following pages (Performance Test Record) are designed to be
duplicated and used as a template for either of the Transmission or
Reflection ports during each of the performance tests (Insertion Loss,
Return Loss, and Isolation). At the top of each page, circle the
appropriate input port (Transmission or Reflection), and write in the
test date.
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Test Record
Test Facility ____________________________
Report Number __________________________
________________________________________
Date ____________________________________
________________________________________
Date of Last System Calibration _____________
________________________________________
________________________________________
Tested by _______________________________
Customer _______________________________
Model __________________________________
Serial Number ___________________________
Ambient Temperature _________________ °C
Relative Humidity _______________________%
Test Equipment
Used
Model Number
Trace Number
Cal Due Date
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
___________________
Special Notes:
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
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Service
Performance Tests
Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-1
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Insertion Loss Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 2
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 3
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 4
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 5
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 6
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 7
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 8
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 9
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 10
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 11
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 12
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 13
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 14
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 15
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 16
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 17
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 18
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 19
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 20
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 21
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 22
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 23
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 24
≤2.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Insertion Loss to
Band 1
0.5 GHz to 6.0 GHz
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Performance Tests
Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-1
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Insertion Loss Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 2
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 3
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 4
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 5
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 6
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 7
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 8
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 9
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 10
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 11
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 12
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 13
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 14
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 15
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 16
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 17
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 18
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 19
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 20
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 21
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 22
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 23
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 24
≤3.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Insertion Loss to
Band 2
6.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz
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Service
Performance Tests
Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-1
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Insertion Loss Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 2
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 3
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 4
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 5
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 6
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 7
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 8
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 9
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 10
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 11
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 12
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 13
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 14
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 15
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 16
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 17
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 18
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 19
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 20
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 21
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 22
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 23
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Port 24
≤4.5 dB
___________
±0.3 dB
Insertion Loss to
Band 3
12.4 GHz to 20 GHz
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Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-2
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Return Loss Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 2
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 3
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 4
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 5
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 6
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 7
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 8
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 9
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 10
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 11
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 12
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 13
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 14
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 15
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 16
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 17
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 18
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 19
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 20
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 21
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 22
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 23
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 24
≥24 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Return Loss
Band 1
0.5 GHz to 1.3 GHz
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Performance Tests
Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-2
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Return Loss Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 2
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 3
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 4
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 5
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 6
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 7
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 8
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 9
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 10
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 11
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 12
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 13
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 14
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 15
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 16
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 17
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 18
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 19
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 20
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 21
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 22
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 23
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Port 24
≥20 dB
___________
±1.5 dB
Return Loss
Band 2
1.3 GHz to 3.0 GHz
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Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-2
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Return Loss Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 2
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 3
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 4
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 5
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 6
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 7
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 8
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 9
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 10
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 11
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 12
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 13
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 14
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 15
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 16
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 17
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 18
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 19
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 20
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 21
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 22
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 23
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Port 24
≥14 dB
___________
±0.6 dB
Return Loss
Band 3
3.0 GHz to 6.0 GHz
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Performance Tests
Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-2
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Return Loss Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 2
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 3
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 4
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 5
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 6
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 7
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 8
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 9
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 10
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 11
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 12
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 13
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 14
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 15
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 16
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 17
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 18
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 19
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 20
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 21
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 22
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 23
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 24
≥12 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Return Loss
Band 4
6.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz
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Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-2
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Return Loss Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 2
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 3
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 4
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 5
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 6
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 7
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 8
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 9
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 10
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 11
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 12
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 13
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 14
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 15
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 16
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 17
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 18
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 19
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 20
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 21
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 22
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 23
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Port 24
≥8 dB
___________
±0.5 dB
Return Loss
Band 5
12.4 GHz to 20 GHz
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Performance Tests
Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-3
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Isolation Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 2
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 3
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 4
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 5
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 6
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 7
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 8
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 9
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 10
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 11
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 12
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 13
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 14
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 15
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 16
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 17
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 18
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 19
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 20
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 21
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 22
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 23
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 24
≥85 dB
___________
±5 dB
Isolation
Band 1
0.5 GHz to 1.3 GHz
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Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-3
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Isolation Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 2
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 3
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 4
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 5
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 6
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 7
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 8
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 9
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 10
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 11
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 12
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 13
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 14
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 15
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 16
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 17
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 18
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 19
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 20
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 21
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 22
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 23
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 24
≥100 dB
___________
±5 dB
Isolation
Band 2
1.3 GHz to 3.0 GHz
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Performance Tests
Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-3
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Isolation Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 2
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 3
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 4
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 5
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 6
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 7
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 8
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 9
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 10
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 11
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 12
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 1
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 2
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 3
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 4
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 5
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 6
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 7
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 8
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 9
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 10
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 11
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Port 12
≥95 dB
___________
±5 dB
Isolation
Band 3
3.0 GHz to 6.0 GHz
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Transmission / Reflection
Table 6-3
Date _______________
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Isolation Test Record
Test Description
Port
Minimum
Specifications
Measured
Results
Measured
Uncertainty
Port 1
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 2
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 3
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 4
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 5
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 6
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 7
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 8
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 9
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 10
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 11
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 12
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 13
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 14
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 15
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 16
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 17
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 18
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 19
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 20
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 21
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 22
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 23
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Port 24
≥90 dB
___________
±7 dB
Isolation
Band 4
6.0 GHz to 20.0 GHz
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Assembly Replacement and Post-Repair Procedures
Assembly Replacement and Post-Repair
Procedures
The following table contains the list of replaceable parts for the Agilent
87050A Option K24 test set. If any of these parts or assemblies is
replaced, you must run all performance tests to verify conformance to
specifications.
Table 6-4
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Replaceable Parts
Replacement Part
Part Number
Quantity
0950-2252
1
Rear Panel
08720-00102
1
Switch Bracket
08720-00103
4
Wire Harness, Multiport-short
08720-60191
1
Display Subassembly
08720-60193
1
Switch Support (12sw)
87050-00020
1
Deck
87050-00021
1
RF Cable-Refl
87050-20070
1
RF Cable-Trans
87050-20071
1
RF Cable-Port 1/6
87050-20072
1
RF Cable-Port 6/12
87050-20073
1
RF Cable-Port 13/18
87050-20074
1
RF Cable-Port 19/24
87050-20075
1
RF Cable-Sw A1-1
87050-20076
1
RF Cable-Sw A2-1
87050-20077
1
RF Cable- Sw A3-1
87050-20078
1
RF Cable- Sw A7-1
87050-20079
1
RF Cable- Sw A8-1
87050-20080
1
RF Cable- Sw A9-1
87050-20081
1
RF Cable- Sw A13-1
87050-20082
1
RF Cable- Sw A14-1
87050-20083
1
RF Cable- Sw A15-1
87050-20084
1
RF Cable- Sw A19-1
87050-20085
1
RF Cable- Sw A20-1
87050-20086
1
RF Cable- Sw A21-1
87050-20087
1
Power Supply
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Table 6-4
NOTE
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Replaceable Parts
Replacement Part
Part Number
Quantity
RF Cable- Sw A1-2
87050-20088
1
RF Cable- Sw A2-2
87050-20089
1
RF Cable- Sw A3-2
87050-20090
1
RF Cable- Sw A7-2
87050-20091
1
RF Cable- Sw A8-2
87050-20092
1
RF Cable- Sw A9-2
87050-20093
1
RF Cable- Sw A13-2
87050-20094
1
RF Cable- Sw A14-2
87050-20095
1
RF Cable- Sw A15-2
87050-20096
1
RF Cable- Sw A19-2
87050-20097
1
RF Cable- Sw A20-2
87050-20098
1
RF Cable- Sw A21-2
87050-20099
1
RF Cable-Sw B1-C
87050-20100
1
RF Cable- Sw B2-C
87050-20101
1
RF Cable- Sw B3-C
87050-20102
1
RF Cable- Sw B4-C
87050-20103
1
RF Cable- Sw C1-C
87050-20104
1
RF Cable- Sw C2-C
87050-20105
1
RF Cable- Sw C3-C
87050-20106
1
RF Cable- Sw C4-C
87050-20107
1
RF Cable (Option K24 to 8720D)
87050-20245
2
Wire Harness, Multiport-long
87050-60070
1
Controller Mother Board
87050-60149
1
Front Panel Subassembly
87050-60153
1
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87050-90022
1
The above parts are unique to this special option. To order
replacements, contact the Component Test PGU Support Group at
(707) 577-6802 with the part number, module/model number and option
number. When ordering parts specify that they are ordered through the
Component Test PGU Support Group.
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Assembly Replacement and Post-Repair Procedures
NOTE
Special options are built to order, therefore long lead times may be
encountered when ordering replacement parts.
WARNING
Some parts in the instrument have sharp edges. Work carefully
to avoid injury.
CAUTION
Before replacing an assembly or board, inspect for obvious, easily
repaired defects such as bent pins on ICs or cold solder joints.
Connector Replacement
The 50 Ω 3.5 mm connectors are available separately as part number
5062-6618. It is possible to replace them in the field. An alternative to
replacing a damaged connector would be to replace just the center pin
components. The components for the assembly are:
Component
Part Number
3.5 mm Connector, RF (complete)
5062-6618
3.5 mm Pin and Bead Assembly (only)
5061-5394
When replacing just the pin and bead, a liquid thread-locking adhesive
such as part number 0470-1590 will be needed. Re-use any shims and
spacers from the connector being replaced. For best results, use a
connector gauge to verify pin depth. See Figure 4-2 on page 4-3 for
proper pin-depth. Add or subtract spacers as required. Spacers and
shims are also available from Agilent Technologies.
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Troubleshooting and Block Diagram
Troubleshooting and Block Diagram
This section contains information on troubleshooting the test set to the
assembly level only. By following these procedures you should be able to
determine whether the power supply, front panel, or main switch board
needs replacing. A block diagram is included at the end of this section
as an aid in troubleshooting.
Theory of operation information can be found in the next section of this
manual.
General Troubleshooting Notes
WARNING
Always turn the instrument power off before removing or
installing an assembly.
CAUTION
If you need to disassemble the instrument, be sure to work at an
antistatic workstation and use a grounded wrist strap to prevent
damage from electrostatic discharge (ESD). See Figure 1-3 on page 1-7.
Troubleshooting Power Supply Problems
Turn the instrument on. Check the condition of the LCD on the front
panel:
Step 1. If the LCD is off, check the main fuse located in the power supply filter
at the rear of the instrument and replace if necessary.
Step 2. If the LCD is still off, there is still a possibility that the power supply is
not supplying the necessary +24V, +12V, and +5V to the main board.
Step 3. If the LCD is still off, check the cable between the main board and front
panel board.
Step 4. Finally, disconnect the DC power cable from the power supply to the
main switch board and measure the voltages. They should be +24V,
+12V, and +5V. If not, replace the power supply.
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Troubleshooting and Block Diagram
Troubleshooting the Front Panel Board
Turn the instrument power on and check the following:
Step 1. Check the condition of each of the switching paths by issuing
commands to switch each of the paths to either the transmission or
reflection path. Ensure that the LCD indicates the appropriate path.
Step 2. If the LCD indicates a wrong path, the problem can lie either with the
front panel board or with the main switch board. Measure the RF path
to determine where the problem is.
Step 3. If the LCD does not display the proper path, check to see if the RF path
has indeed been switched. If the problem lies with the front panel
board, replace it
Troubleshooting the Controller and Switch Driver
Boards
Turn the instrument power on.
Step 1. Check the condition of each of the switching paths by issuing
commands to switch each of the paths to either the Transmission or
Reflection path.
Step 2. Check each of the RF paths for connection.
Step 3. If an RF path is not connected to the necessary port or terminated in
50 Ω, replace the controller and switch driver board.
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Troubleshooting and Block Diagram
Figure 6-1
Agilent 87050A Option K24 Block Diagram
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Theory of Operation
Theory of Operation
The theory of operation begins with a general description of the 87050A
Option K24 multiport test set. This is followed by more detailed
operating theory. The operation of each group is described briefly, to the
assembly level only. Detailed component level circuit theory is not
provided.
System Theory
The test set consists of three main components: a power supply, a front
panel display, and a controller interface mother board. The purpose of
the power supply is to provide power to both the front panel display and
the main switch board. The front panel display serves to indicate the
switching paths to the user. Finally, the controller interface mother
board does the actual switching between the different ports.
A1 Power Supply Theory
The switching power supply provides regulated dc voltages to power all
assemblies in the test set. A dc cable provides power to the main switch
board. A connector from the main switch board to the front panel
display provides dc power and control signals to the front panel. The
power supply provides the following voltages: +24V, +12V, and +5V.
The power LED on the front panel indicates that the instrument is on
and that the power supply is providing power.
A2 Front Panel Display Theory
The front panel display consists of an LCD. The LCD is divided into two
lines, forward and reverse. The first line indicates which of the 24 ports
is connected to the forward path. The second line indicates which of the
24 ports is connected to the reverse path. Control signals and dc power
are provided by a cable connected to the main switch board.
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Theory of Operation
A3 Controller Board (Mother Board) and Switch
Driver Board (Daughter Board) Theory
Refer to Figure 6-1 on page 6-23 for the following discussion. The
mother and daughter board provide the bias to switch the paths of the
various ports to the Transmission and Reflection ports. The front panel
display contains an LCD that indicates the switched ports. A particular
test port (1 through 24) can be in one of three states. The three states
are:
• Switched to the forward path
• Switched to the reverse path
• Terminated in 50 Ω
When a port is not connected, it is automatically terminated in 50 Ω.
The test set consists of twenty-four (24) 1x2 switches, eight (8) 1x6
switches, and two (2) 1x4 switches. The 1x2 switches divide each of the
input ports (1 through 24) into two separate paths, the Transmission
path or the Reflection path.
Each path, Transmission or Reflection, is routed to a bank of four (4)
1x6 switches, for a total of eight (8) 1x6 switches. Each bank of switches
is routed to a single 1x4 switch where it becomes either the
Transmission or Reflection port.
All switches are mechanical, biased according to the necessary
switching path. A user interface through the GPIB and parallel ports
converts the necessary input signals from the user to the necessary
control signals to control the switching paths.
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Theory of Operation
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Safety and Regulatory Information
User’s and Service Guide
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Safety and Regulatory Information
Safety and Regulatory Information
Safety and Regulatory Information
Introduction
Review this product and related documentation to familiarize yourself
with safety markings and instructions before you operate the
instrument. This product has been designed and tested in accordance
with international standards.
Cleaning Instructions
Clean the instrument cabinet using a damp cloth only.
Shipping Instructions
Always transport or ship the instrument using the original packaging if
possible. If not, comparable packaging must be used.
Before Applying Power
Verify that the product is configured to match the available main power
source as described in the input power configuration instructions in this
manual. If this product is to be powered by autotransformer, make sure
the common terminal is connected to the neutral (grounded) side of the
ac power supply.
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Safety and Regulatory Information
Safety Information
Warnings
WARNING
The WARNING notice denotes a hazard. It calls attention to a
procedure, practice, or the like, which if not correctly performed or
adhered to, could result in personal injury. Do not proceed beyond a
WARNING notice until the indicated conditions are fully understood
and met.
Warnings applicable to this instrument are:
WARNING
No operator serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel. To prevent electrical shock, do not remove covers.
WARNING
If this instrument is not used as specified, the protection provided by
the equipment could be impaired. This instrument must be used in a
normal condition (in which all means for protection are intact) only.
WARNING
For continued protection against fire hazard replace line fuse only
with same type and rating:
• United States—F 3A/250V, Part Number 2110-0780
• Europe—F 3.15A/250V, Part Number 2110-0655
The use of other fuses or material is prohibited.
WARNING
This is a Safety Class I product (provided with a protective earthing
ground incorporated in the power cord). The mains plug shall be
inserted only into a socket outlet provided with a protective earth
contact. Any interruption of the protective conductor, inside or
outside the instrument, is likely to make the instrument dangerous.
Intentional interruption is prohibited.
WARNING
The power cord is connected to internal capacitors that may retain
dangerous electrical charges for 5 seconds after disconnecting the
plug from its power supply.
WARNING
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only.
To avoid electrical shock, do not perform any servicing unless you are
qualified to do so.
WARNING
The opening of covers or removal of parts is likely to expose
dangerous voltages. Disconnect the instrument from all voltage
sources while it is being opened.
WARNING
This product is designed for use in Installation Category II and
Pollution Degree 2 per IEC 1010 and 664 respectively.
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Safety and Regulatory Information
Cautions
CAUTION
The CAUTION notice denotes a hazard. It calls attention to an
operating procedure, practice, or the like, which if not correctly
performed or adhered to, could result in damage to the product or loss of
important data. Do not proceed beyond a CAUTION notice until the
indicated conditions are fully understood and met.
Cautions applicable to this instrument are:
CAUTION
Always use the three-prong ac power cord supplied with this
instrument. Failure to ensure adequate earth grounding (by not using
this cord) can cause instrument damage.
CAUTION
This instrument has autoranging line voltage input; be sure the supply
voltage is within the specified range.
CAUTION
Ventilation Requirements: When installing the instrument in a cabinet,
the convection into and out of the instrument must not be restricted.
The ambient temperature (outside the cabinet) must be less than the
maximum operating temperature of the instrument by 4° C for every
100 watts dissipated in the cabinet. If the total power dissipated in the
cabinet is greater than 800 watts, forced convection must be used.
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Safety and Regulatory Information
Instrument
Markings
!
When you see this symbol on your instrument, you should
refer to the instrument’s instruction manual for important
information.
This symbol indicates hazardous voltages.
The laser radiation symbol is marked on products that have
a laser output.
This symbol indicates that the instrument requires
alternating current (ac) input.
The CE mark is a registered trademark of the European
Community. If it is accompanied by a year, it indicates the
year the design was proven.
The CSA mark is a registered trademark of the Canadian
Standards Association.
ISM1-A
This text indicates that the instrument is an Industrial
Scientific and Medical Group 1 Class A product (CISPER
11, Clause 4).
This symbol indicates that the power line switch is ON.
This symbol indicates that the power line switch is OFF or
in STANDBY position.
This symbol indicates the product meets the Australian
Standards.
Safety
Earth
Ground
This is a Safety Class I product (provided with a protective earthing
terminal). An uninterruptible safety earth ground must be provided
from the main power source to the product input wiring terminals,
power cord, or supplied power cord set. Whenever it is likely that the
protection has been impaired, the product must be made inoperative
and secured against any unintended operation.
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Safety and Regulatory Information
Contacting Agilent Technologies
Contacting Agilent Technologies
A current list of Agilent Technologies Sales and Service Offices can be
accessed on the internet at http://www.agilent.com/find/assist.
If you do not have access to the internet, refer to the information below
to contact your nearest Agilent Technologies representative.
Online assistance: www.agilent.com/find/assist
United States
(tel) 1 800 452 4844
1 800 593 6635 on-site
service of systems
Latin America
(tel) (305) 269 7500
(fax) (305) 269 7599
Canada
(tel) 1 877 894 4414
(fax) (905) 282-6495
Europe
(tel) (+31) 20 547 2323
(fax) (+31) 20 547 2390
New Zealand
(tel) 0 800 738 378
(fax) (+64) 4 495 8950
Japan
(tel) (+81) 426 56 7832
(fax) (+81) 426 56 7840
Australia
(tel) 1 800 629 485
(fax) (+61) 3 9210 5947
Singapore
(tel) 1 800 375 8100
(fax) (65) 836 0252
Malaysia
(tel) 1 800 828 848
(fax) 1 800 801 664
Philippines
(tel) (632) 8426802
(tel) (PLDT subscriber only):
1 800 16510170
(fax) (632) 8426809
(fax) (PLDT subscriber only):
1 800 16510288
Thailand
(tel) outside Bangkok:
(088) 226 008
(tel) within Bangkok:
(662) 661 3999
(fax) (66) 1 661 3714
Hong Kong
(tel) 800 930 871
(fax) (852) 2506 9233
Taiwan
(tel) 0800-047-866
(fax) (886) 2 25456723
People’s Republic of
China
(tel) (preferred):
800-810-0189
(tel) (alternate):
10800-650-0021
(fax) 10800-650-0121
India
(tel) 1-600-11-2929
(fax) 000-800-650-1101
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