Agilent Technologies 60501B Laminator User Manual

SERVICE MANUAL
150 AND 300 WATT
ELECTRONIC LOAD MODULES
Agilent 60501B AND 60502B
Part No. 5951-2830
SERVICE MANUAL
FOR INSTRUMENTS WITH SERIAL NUMBERS
Agilent 60501B US37240101 AND ABOVE
Agilent 60502B US37240101 AND ABOVE
For instruments with higher Serial Numbers,
a change page may be included.
Microfiche Part No. 5951-2831
Printed in USA: September, 1999
CERTIFICATION
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Standards, to the extent allowed by the Bureau's calibration facility, and to the calibration facilities of other International
Standards Organization members.
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SAFETY SUMMARY
The following general safety precautions must be observed during all phases of operation, service and repair of this
instrument. Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in this manual violates safety
standards of design, manufacture, and intended use of the instrument. Agilent Technologies assumes no liability for the
customer's failure to comply with these requirements.
BEFORE APPLYING POWER.
Verify that the product is set to match the available line voltage and the correct fuse is installed.
GROUND THE INSTRUMENT.
This product is a Safety Class 1 instrument (provided with a protective earth terminal). To minimize shock hazard, the instrument chassis
and cabinet must be connected to an electrical ground. The instrument must be connected to the ac power supply mains through a threeconductor power cable, with the third wire firmly connected to an electrical ground (safety ground) at the power outlet. For instruments
designed to be hard-wired to the ac power lines (supply mains), connect the protective earth terminal to a protective conductor before any
other connection is made. Any interruption of the protective (grounding) conductor or disconnection of the protective earth terminal will
cause a potential shock hazard that could result in personal injury. If the instrument is to be energized via an external autotransformer for
voltage reduction, be certain that the autotransformer common terminal is connected to the neutral (earth pole) of the ac power lines
(supply mains).
FUSES.
Only fuses with the required rated current, voltage and specified type (normal blow, time delay, etc.) should be used. Do not use repaired
fuses or short-circuited fuseholders. To do so could cause a shock or fire hazard.
DO NOT OPERATE IN AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE.
Do not operate the instrument in the presence of flammable gases or fumes.
KEEP AWAY FROM LIVE CIRCUITS.
Operating personnel must not remove instrument covers. Component replacement and internal adjustments must be made by qualified
service personnel. Do not replace components with power cable connected. Under certain conditions, dangerous voltages may exist even
with the power cable removed. To avoid injuries, always disconnect power, discharge circuits and remove external voltage sources before
touching components.
DO NOT SERVICE OR ADJUST ALONE.
Do not attempt internal service or adjustment unless another person capable of rendering first aid and resuscitation, is present.
DO NOT EXCEED INPUT RATINGS.
This instrument may be equipped with a line filter to reduce electromagnetic interference and must be connected to a properly grounded
receptacle to minimize electric shock hazard. Operation at line voltages or frequencies in excess of those stated on the line rating label
may cause leakage currents in excess of 5.0 mA peak.
SAFETY SYMBOLS.
Instruction manual symbol: the product will be marked with this symbol when it is necessary for the user to refer to the
instruction manual (refer to Table of Contents) .
Indicates hazardous voltages.
Indicate earth (ground) terminal.
The WARNING sign 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 sign until the
indicated conditions are fully understood and met.
The CAUTION sign denotes a hazard. It calls attention to an operating procedure, or the like, which, if not correctly
performed or adhered to, could result in damage to or destruction of part or all of the product. Do not proceed
beyond a CAUTION sign until the indicated conditions are fully understood and met.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS OR MODIFY INSTRUMENT.
Because of the danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification to the
instrument. Return the instrument to an Agilent Technologies Sales and Service Office for service and repair to ensure that safety features
are maintained.
Instruments which appear damaged or defective should be made inoperative and secured against unintended operation until they can be
repaired by qualified service personnel.
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Table of Contents
General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 5
About This Manual ................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Troubleshooting Precautions .................................................................................................................................................... 5
Manual Revisions ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Module Initialization................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Verification.............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Test Equipment Required ......................................................................................................................................................... 7
CC Mode Test........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
CV Mode Test .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9
CR Mode Test......................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Transient Operation and Slew Circuit Test............................................................................................................................. 12
CC Mode PARD Test ............................................................................................................................................................. 13
CC Mode Power Limit............................................................................................................................................................ 13
Replaceable Parts.................................................................................................................................................................. 19
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................................ 19
How To Order Parts................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Diagrams................................................................................................................................................................................ 31
Schematic Diagrams ............................................................................................................................................................... 31
Component Location Diagrams .............................................................................................................................................. 31
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General Information
About This Manual
This manual is designed to be used along with the Agilent 6050A/6051A Service Manual. It includes service information
that is specific to the 60501B/60502B Modules. Troubleshooting information such as fault isolation, signature analysis, and
block-level troubleshooting is the same for all modules and is found in the Agilent 6050A/6051A Electronic Load
Mainframe Service Manual. The mainframe Service Manual also explains how to safely disassemble and connect the
module to the mainframe for troubleshooting.
Typically, you will need to refer to this manual when you are performing the verification routines, locating a test point on
the component/test point diagram, referring to the schematics for additional troubleshooting information, and initializing the
module after replacing the EEPROM.
You will also need to refer to this manual for identifying and locating replaceable parts. The parts list identifies all
replaceable parts in the module, and the component/test point diagram identifies the location of all electrical parts in your
module.
Troubleshooting Precautions
Use extreme caution when troubleshooting the module when it is connected to the mainframe. AC mains
voltage is present on the exposed pins on the top edge of the mainframe GPIB board and each module
whenever the units are turned on.
Observe all standard antistatic procedures when handling the module assemblies to avoid the possibility
of electrostatic damage (refer to mainframe Service Manual) .
To reduce the risk of electrical shock when troubleshooting a defective module, make sure the GPIB board is installed in the
mainframe. Also, to make it easier to troubleshoot the module, connect the module to the GPIB board using an extender
service cable (P/N 06050-60030). This cable is included with the Service kit (P/N 06050-60004), which must be ordered
separately.
Manual Revisions
Agilent Technologies instruments are identified by a ten-character serial number such as US37240101. This manual was
written for Electronic Load Modules with serial numbers equal to and higher than those shown on the title page. If the serial
number of your module is higher than the one shown on the title page, then the module may have hardware or firmware
differences that are not covered in this manual. If there are such differences, they are documented in one or more Manual
Change sheets sent with this manual.
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Module Initialization
EEPROM chip U342 on the Control Board stores the module's GPIB address and model number as well as other constants.
The EEPROM was programmed with the proper constants at the factory. If the Control board or the EEPROM chip (U342)
is replaced, the module must be reinitialized with the proper constants by programming the following commands in the
order indicated. After it has been initialized, the module must also be recalibrated as described in the Operating Manual.
60501B Initialization
"CAL 1"
"CAL: INIT 60 , 30
"CAL:SAVE"
"DIAG:CAL:SEC -5035"
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 1 , 16896"
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 26 , 1
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 27 , 1"
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 28 , 17800"
"DIAG:CAL:SEC 29 , 8900"
"*RST"
"CURR : SLEW 0.5E6"
"*SAV 0"
"CAL 0"
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
turn calibration mode on
initialize default calibration parameters
store calibration constants in EEPROM
model number
model number suffix
module width
module type
voltage for soft over power
current for soft over power
reset factory default state
turn on slew rate
to location 0
turn calibration mode off
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
turn calibration mode on
initialize default calibration parameters
store calibration constants in EEPROM
model number
model number suffix
module width
module type
voltage for soft over power
current for soft over power
reset factory default state
turn on slew rate
to location 0
turn calibration mode off
60502B Initialization
"CAL 1"
"CAL: INIT 60 , 60
"CAL:SAVE"
"DIAG:CAL:SEC -5034"
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 1 , 16896"
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 26 , 1"
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 27 , 1"
"DIAG: CAL: SEC 28 , 17804"
"DIAG:CAL:SEC 29 , 17804"
"*RST"
"CURR : SLEW 1.0E6"
"*SAV 0"
"CAL 0"
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Verification
Introduction
This chapter contains test procedures that check the operation and calibration of the Agilent 60501B/60502B Electronic
Load Modules. The tests are performed from the front panel of an Agilent 6050A/6051A Electronic Load Mainframe with
the module installed in slot 1. The tests can also be used to determine which circuits are faulty when troubleshooting. There
are some transient, trigger, and pulse functions that require an GPIB controller and will not be verified with manual testing
from the front panel. The following tests will verify, with a high level of confidence, that the module is operating properly
without testing all of its capabilities.
At the end of this chapter are performance record tables where actual measured values can be recorded.
Test Equipment Required
Table 2-1 lists the test equipment required to perform the tests in this chapter. Test setups for the tests are shown in Figures
2-1 through 2-3. Make sure the sense switch on the rear of the module is set to the LCL position since local sensing is used
in all of the test setups. Use adequate wire gauge when making connections (see Chapter 3 in the Operating Manual).
Note
The Electronic Load must pass the selftest at power turn-on before the following tests can be performed.
If the unit fails selftest, refer to the overall troubleshooting procedures in the mainframe Service Manual.
Table 2-1. Test Equipment Required for Verification
Type
Required Characteristics
Recommended Model
60V/60A Source
0 to 20V/0 to 120A
0 to 60V/0 to 50A
Agilent 6031A or equivalent
Agilent 6032A or equivalent
Current Monitor
Resistor
0.10 ohms @ 15A
0.04% @ 25W
Guideline 9230/15
Current Monitor
Resistor
0.010 ohms @ 100A
0.04% @ 100W
Guideline 9230/100
Digital Voltmeter
dc accuracy of 0.01%
6 digit readout
Agilent 3455A, 3456A, or 3458A
Current Probe with
Amplifier and Power
Supply
Sensitivity of 1mA/10 mV to 50MHz with
less than 300µA of noise to 5MHz.
Tektronix A6302 probe, AM503 probe amplifier,
and TM501 probe power supply.
Oscilloscope
Sensitivity: 1mV
Bandwidth: 20MHz
Agilent 54504
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CC Mode Test
This test verifies that the module operates in the CC Mode and that the current programming and readback to the front panel
display are within specifications. For each DMM reading, the front panel display should be equal to:
60501B: DMM reading in amps ± ((DMM reading in amps x 0.0006) + 0.040).
60502B: DMM reading in amps ± ((DMM reading in amps x 0.0005) + 0.065).
If the test readings significantly disagree with the specified values or no readings can be recorded, perform the CC MODE
TEST troubleshooting procedures in Figure 3-1 in Chapter 3 of the mainframe Service Manual. If the readings are out of
tolerance, calibrate the applicable current range (see Chapter 6 in the Operating Manual).
a.
Connect the Electronic Load, power supply (Agilent 6031A or equivalent), DMM, and the 0.010 ohm current monitor
resistor as shown in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1. Test Setup A
b. Turn on the Electronic Load.
c.
Check the high amp current range as follows:
1. Press
60501B:
60502B:
, then
.
.
2. Turn on the power supply and set for:
60501B: 5V and >30A.
60502B: 5V and >60A.
3. Wait 30 seconds and then record the DMM and front panel display readings. DMM reading should be between:
60501B: 299.3mV (29.930A) and 300.7mV (30.070A).
60502B: 598.6mV (59.86A) and 601.3 mV (60.135A).
Note that the Electronic Load's CC annunicator is on.
4.
Press
.
5. Wait 30 seconds then record the DMM and front panel display readings. DMM reading should be between:
60501B: 9.59mV (0.959A) and 10.41mV (1.041A).
60502B: 9.24mV (0.924A) and 10.76mV (1.076A).
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d.
Check the low current range as follows:
1. Press
60501B:
60502B:
then
then
.
.
2. Wait 10 seconds then record the DMM and front panel display readings. DMM reading should be between:
60501B: 29.57mV (2.957A) and 30.43mV (3.043A).
60502B: 59.19mV (5.919A) and 60.81mV (6.081A).
3.
.
Press
4. Wait 10 seconds and record the DMM and front panel display readings. DMM reading should be between:
60501B: 9.59mV (0.959A) and 10.41mV (1.041A).
60502B: 9.24mV (0.924A) and 10.76mV (1.076A).
CV Mode Test
This test verifies that the module operates in the CV Mode and that the voltage programming and readback to the front
panel display are within specifications. For each DMM reading, the corresponding front panel display should be equal to:
DMM reading ± ((DMM reading x 0.0005) + .045).
Note that if the test readings significantly disagree with the specified values or no readings can be recorded, perform the CV
MODE TEST troubleshooting procedures in Figure 3-1, in Chapter 3 of the mainframe Service Manual. If the readings are
out of tolerance, calibrate the voltage range (see Chapter 6 in the Operating Manual).
a.
Connect the Electronic Load, power supply (HP6032A or equivalent), and DMM as shown in Figure 2-2. Take care in
making connections so that contact resistance voltage drop will not affect the readings.
Figure 2-2. Test Setup B
b.
Press
, then
.
c. Set power supply for:
60501B: 61V and 2A.
60502B: 61V and 5A.
d.
Record the DMM and front panel display readings. DMM reading should be between 59.890V and 60.110V. Note that
the Electronic Load's CV annunciator is on.
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.
e.
Press
f.
Record the DMM and front panel display readings. DMM reading should be between 2.947V and 3.053V.
CR Mode Test
This test verifies that the module operates in the CR Mode and that the resistance programming is within specifications. The
programmed resistance values are checked by recording the voltage across the current monitor resistor and the input voltage
(voltage across the module’s input terminals), and then calculating the resistance value as follows:
Load resistance = Input voltage/(voltage across resistor/resistor value)
Note if the calculation significantly disagrees with the specified range of values, perform the CR MODE TEST
troubleshooting procedures in Figure 3-1 in Chapter 3 of the mainframe Service Manual. If the calculation is out of
tolerance, calibrate the applicable resistance range (see Chapter 6 in the Operating Manual).
a.
Connect the Electronic Load, power supply (Agilent 6032A or equivalent), and the 0.10 ohm current monitor resistor
as shown in Figure 2-1. Use the DMM to measure the voltage across the monitor resistor and across the module’s input
terminals.
b.
Check the low ohm range as follows:
1.
Press
60501B:
60502B:
, then
;
.
;
.
2. Turn on power source and set for:
60501B: 15V and 5.5A.
60502B: 15V and 10.9A.
For the low ohm range test, the power supply will operate in the current limit mode.
3.
Measure the voltage across the monitor resistor and across the module’s input terminals, then calculate the
Electronic Load resistance. The result should be between:
60501B: 1.868 and 1.931 ohms.
60502B: 0.984 and 1.016 ohms.
Note that the Electronic Load’s CR annunciator is on.
4. Then press:
60501B:
60502B:
5.
.
.
Measure the voltage across the monitor resistor and across the module’s input terminals, then calculate the
Electronic Load resistance. The result should be between:
60501B: 0.0534 and 0.0866 ohms.
60502B: 0.0416 and 0.0584 ohms.
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c.
Check the middle ohms range as follows:
1. Press
60501B:
60502B:
, then
.
.
2. Set power supply for:
60501B: 10.9V and 8A.
60502B: 10.9V and 15A.
3.
Measure the voltage across the monitor resistor and across the module's input terminals, then calculate the
Electronic Load resistance. The result should be between:
60501B: 46 and 86 ohms.
60502B: 24.1 and 39.6 ohms.
4. Then press:
60501B:
60502B:
.
.
5.
Measure the voltage across the monitor resistor and across the module's input terminals, then calculate the
Electronic Load resistance. The result should be between:
60501B: 1.97 and 2.03 ohms.
60502B: 0.989 and 1.011 ohms.
d.
Check the high ohms range as follows:
, then
1. Press:
60501B:
60502B:
.
2. Set power source for:
60501B: 60V and 5A.
60502B: 60V and 6A.
3.
Measure the voltage across the monitor resistor and across the module's input terminals, then calculate the
Electronic Load resistance. Calculation should be between:
60501B: 99.8 and 10K ohms.
60502B: 61.1 and 3243 ohms.
4. Then press:
60501B:
60502B:
5.
.
.
Measure the voltage across the monitor resistor and across the module's input terminals, then calculate the
Electronic Load resistance. The result should be between:
60501B: 21.4 and 27.3 ohms.
60502B: 10.9 and 13.3 ohms.
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Transient Operation and Slew Circuit Test
This test verifies transient and slew circuit operation. The slew circuits cannot be calibrated. If slew rise time and/or fall
time are not within specifications or the slew circuits are inoperative, perform either the "Transient Generator
Troubleshooting", or the "Slew Circuit Troubleshooting" in Chapter 3 of the mainframe Service Manual.
a.
Use the test setup of Figure 2-1 except connect an oscilloscope across the 0.10 current monitor resistor in place of the
DMM. Set power supply for:
60501B: 5V and 5A.
60502B: 10V and 10A.
b.
Recall the factory default values by pressing
.
c. Select the low current range by pressing
60501B:
.
.
60502B:
d. Set up transient operation by pressing
.
60501B:
60502B:
.
e.
, then
Set the slew rate to .05A/µs (50A/ms) by pressing
(blue shift key), then
, then
.
f.
Adjust the oscilloscope for a single rise or fall time display. Use delayed sweep. The rise time when measures from
10% to 90% or the fall time when measured from 90% to 10% should be between:
60501B: 30 and 50µs.
60502B: 75 and 125µs.
Note that the Electronic Load's Tran annunciator is on.
60501B: 10µs/DIV
60502B: 20µs/DIV
SLEW 0.05
g.
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Set the slew rate to .0025A/µs (2.5A/ms) by pressing
, then
(blue shift key), then
.
h.
Adjust the oscilloscope for a single rise or fall time display. Use delayed sweep. The rise time when measured from
10% to 90% or the fall time when measured from 90% to 10% should be between:
60501B: 0.6 and 1.0ms.
60502B: 1.5 and 2.5ms.
CC Mode PARD Test
CC mode PARD (periodic and random deviations) is specified as the rms input current in a frequency range 20Hz to 10Mhz.
This test checks CC Mode PARD.
a.
Connect the Electronic Load, power supply (Agilent 6032A or equivalent, DMM, and current probe as shown in Figure
2-3. Set power supply for 10V and >10A.
b.
Turn the load's ac power off then on.
c.
Press
.
d. DMM reading should be less than:
60501B: 2mA rms.
60502B: 4mA rms.
Figure 2-3. Test Setup C
CC Mode Power Limit
This test verifies that the module's power limit circuit is operating properly. If the results specified in steps d through i are
not obtained, troubleshoot the circuits as described in "Overpower Circuits Troubleshooting" in Chapter 3 of the mainframe
Service Manual.
If the overpower circuit does not turn the load off within three minutes after performing step d, stop the
tests and troubleshoot the overpower circuits.
a.
Connect the Electronic Load and the power source as shown in Figure 2-2.
b.
Turn on the Electronic Load and run for approximately five minutes with no power being dissipated (no input power).
c.
Then press
d.
Turn on and set the power supply for:
60501B: 34volts and 10mps.
60502B: 34volts and 18mps.
, then
.
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The Electronic Load's front panel should indicate between:
60501B: 33 volts and between 6 and 8 amps.
60502B: 33 volts and between 13 and 17 amps.
The front panel Prot annunciator should also be on.
to display " − − OP", indicating that an overpower condition exists and the Electronic Load is in power
e.
Press
limit.
f.
Let the Electronic Load continue running. Within three minutes the Electronic Load should turn its input off, and the
display should show ''PS − − OP'' indicating protection shutdown. IF THE OVERPOWER CIRCUIT DOES NOT
TURN THE LOAD OFF WITHIN THREE MINUTES, STOP THE TESTS AND TROUBLESHOOT THE
OVERPOWER CIRCUITS.
g.
Immediately press
. The ''PS'' display should blink and the input will remain shut down, indicating that
protection shutdown is latched.
h.
Wait approximately one minute and press
displayed.
i.
Reduce the power source output to 20 volts. The display should change to "− − −" indicating that the protection
shutdown and overpower conditions are cleared.
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again. This time the load should turn on with only ''OP"
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Report No._____________________________________
Date__________________________________________
Customer______________________________________
Tested by______________________________________
Model
Agilent 60501B
Ambient temperature __________________________°C
Serial No._________________________________________ Relative humidity_____________________________%
Options___________________________________________ Line frequency______________________Hz (nominal)
Firmware Rev._____________________________________
Special Notes:
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Test Equipment Used
Description
Model No.
1. AC Source
2. DC Voltmeter
Agilent 3458A
3. Oscilloscope
Agilent 54504A
4. Power Source
Agilent 6031A
5. Power Source
Agilent 6032A
Trace No.
Cal. Due Date
6. Current Probe
7. Current Shunt
Guildline 9230/15
8. Current Shunt
Guildline 9230/100
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Model Agilent 60501B
Test Description
Report No.____________________
Minimum
Specification
Date______________________________
Results
Maximum
Specification
Measurement
Uncertainty
CONSTANT CURRENT MODE TESTS
30 Ampere Range Programming
and Readback
High Current (30A)
Front Panel Display
Low Current (1A)
Front Panel Display
29.930
AOUT -0.058
0.959
AOUT -0.040
____________A
____________A
____________A
____________A
30.070
AOUT +0.058
1.041
AOUT +0.040
12mA
12mA
427µA
427µA
3 Ampere Range Programming
and Readback
High Current (3A)
Front Panel Display
Low Current (1A)
Front Panel Display
2.957
AOUT -0.041
0.959
AOUT -0.040
____________A
____________A
____________A
____________A
3.043
AOUT +0.041
1.041
AOUT +0.040
1.2mA
1.2mA
427µA
427µA
60.110
VOUT +0.075
3.053
VOUT +0.046
845µV
845µV
35µV
35µV
CONSTANT VOLTAGE MODE TESTS
Voltage Programming and
Readback
High Voltage (60V)
Front Panel Display
Low Voltage (3V)
Front Panel Display
59.890
VOUT -0.075
2.947
VOUT -0.046
____________V
____________V
____________V
____________V
CONSTANT RESISTANCE MODE TESTS
Low Resistance Range
Resistance (1.9 Ω)
Resistance (0.07Ω)
Middle Resistance Range
Resistance (60Ω)
Resistance (2 Ω)
High Resistance Range
Resistance (200Ω)
Resistance (24Ω)
1.868
0.0534
____________Ω
____________Ω
1.931
0.0865
46
1.97
____________Ω
____________Ω
86
2.03
99.8
21.4
____________Ω
____________Ω
10K
27.3
TRANSIENT SLEW TEST
Fast Slew Transient
Slew Rate 0.05 A/µs
Slew Rate 2.5 A/ms
30
0.6
____________µs
____________ms
50
1.0
CONSTANT CURRENT PARD TEST
Current (10A)
16
0
__________mA
2mA RMS
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________________________________________________
Report No._____________________________________
Date__________________________________________
Customer______________________________________
Tested by______________________________________
Model
Agilent 60502B
Ambient temperature __________________________°C
Serial No._________________________________________ Relative humidity _____________________________%
Options___________________________________________ Line frequency ______________________Hz (nominal)
Firmware Rev._____________________________________
Special Notes:
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Test Equipment Used
Description
Model No.
1. AC Source
2. DC Voltmeter
Agilent 3458A
3. Oscilloscope
Agilent 54504A
4. Power Source
Agilent 6031A
5. Power Source
Agilent 6032A
Trace No.
Cal. Due Date
6. Current Probe
7. Current Shunt
Guildline 9230/15
8. Current Shunt
Guildline 9230/100
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PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD - Agilent 60502B LOAD MODULE (Page 2 of 2)
Model Agilent 60502B
Test Description
Report No.____________________
Minimum
Specification
Date______________________________
Results
Maximum
Specification
Measurement
Uncertainty
CONSTANT CURRENT MODE TESTS
60 Ampere Range Programming
and Readback
High Current (60A)
Front Panel Display
Low Current (1A)
Front Panel Display
59.865
AOUT -0.095
0.924
AOUT -0.065
____________A
____________A
____________A
____________A
60.135
AOUT +0.095
1.076
AOUT +0.065
25mA
25mA
427µA
427µA
6 Ampere Range Programming
and Readback
High Current (6A)
Front Panel Display
Low Current (1A)
Front Panel Display
5.919
AOUT -0.068
0.924
AOUT -0.065
____________A
____________A
____________A
____________A
6.081
AOUT +0.068
1.076
AOUT +0.065
2.4mA
2.4mA
427µA
427µA
60.110
VOUT +0.075
3.053
VOUT +0.046
845µV
845µV
35µV
35µV
CONSTANT VOLTAGE MODE TESTS
Voltage Programming and
Readback
High Voltage (60V)
Front Panel Display
Low Voltage (3V)
Front Panel Display
59.890
VOUT -0.075
2.947
VOUT -0.046
____________V
____________V
____________V
____________V
CONSTANT RESISTANCE MODE TESTS
Low Resistance Range
Resistance (1Ω)
Resistance (0.05Ω)
Middle Resistance Range
Resistance (30Ω)
Resistance (1Ω)
High Resistance Range
Resistance (120Ω)
Resistance (12Ω)
0.984
0.0416
____________Ω
____________Ω
1.016
0.0584
24.1
0.989
____________Ω
____________Ω
39.6
1.011
61.1
10.9
____________Ω
____________Ω
3243
13.3
TRANSIENT SLEW TEST
Fast Slew Transient
Slew Rate 0.05 A/µs
Slew Rate 2.5 A/ms
75
1.5
____________µs
____________ms
125
2.5
CONSTANT CURRENT PARD TEST
Current (10A)
18
0
__________mA
4mA RMS
3
Replaceable Parts
Introduction
Tables 3-3 and 3-4 list the electrical components and Table 3-5 lists the mechanical components for the Agilent
60501B/60502B Electronic Load Modules. These tables provide the following information.
• Reference designation (see Table 3-1).
• Agilent part number.
• Description of part (see Table 3-2).
Refer to Figures 4-2 and 4-4 for component locations.
A
B
C
D
F
J
MP
P
Q
RT
Assembly
Blower
Capacitor
Diode
Fuse
Terminal Jack
Mechanical Part
Terminal Plug
Transistor
Thermal Resistor
Table 3-1. Reference Designators
RTB
Removable Terminal Block
RTP
Removable Jumper
S
Switch
T
Transformer
TB
Terminal Block
TBP
Test Pin
U
Integrated Circuit
VR
Voltage Regulator
W
Cable Assembly
Y
Oscillator
How To Order Parts
You can order parts from your local Agilent Technologies sales office (refer to the list at the end of this manual for the
office nearest you). When ordering parts, include the following information:
• Agilent part number.
• Description of the part.
• Quantity desired.
• Electronic Load model number (Agilent 60501B).
AL
CC
CER
DIP
DPDT
FF
FXD
GEN-PURP
IC
MACH
MO
Table 3-2. Part Description Abbreviations
Aluminum
PE
Polyester
Carbon Composition
PD
Power Dissipation
Ceramic
PP
Polypropylene
Dual In-Line Package
PWR
Power
Double Pole Double Throw
RECT
Rectifier
Flip Flop
SIP
Single In-Line Package
Fixed
TA
Tantalum
General Purpose
TC
Temperature Coefficient
Integrated Circuit
TF
Thin Film
Machine
W/
With
Meta1 Oxide
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Table 3-3. Agilent 60501B/60502B Control Board - Electrical Parts
Reference
Designation
C301
C302
C303,304
C306,307
C311
C312
C314-317
C323-327
C329
C330
C331-337
C339
C340,341
C342
C343
C344
C345
C346,347
C348
C349,350
C351
C352
C353
C357,359
C363
C365
C366,367
C371
C372
C373
C374
C375
C376
C377,378
C379
C380,381
C382
C383
C384
C385
C387-389
C391
20
Agilent Part
Number
60502-60027
0180-0405
0160-5422
0160-4807
0160-5422
0160-6579
0160-5349
0160-5422
0160-5422
0160-5422
0160-4787
0160-5422
0160-4787
0160-5422
0160-4822
0160-4835
0160-5422
0160-4835
0160-5422
0160-4787
0180-4112
0180-4131
0180-3804
0180-4131
0160-4800
0160-4820
0160-5422
0160-4835
0160-4833
0160-4787
0180-0376
0160-4791
0160-5422
0160-4835
0160-5422
0160-4835
0160-4833
0160-4829
0160-4820
0160-5422
0180-0405
0160-4835
0160-8153
Description
CONTROL BOARD
CAPACITOR-FXD 1.8µF ±10% 20Vdc TA
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 33pF ± 5%100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 2200pF ±2.5% 100Vdc PP
CAPACITOR-FXD 200pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047uF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 22pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0 ±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 22pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0 ±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .1µF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .1µF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 22pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD 1700µF+30-10% 50Vdc AL
CAPACITOR-FXD 4.7µF ±10% 35Vdc TA
CAPACITOR-FXD 47µF ±20% 35Vdc TA
CAPACITOR-FXD 4.7µF ±10% 35Vdc TA
CAPACITOR-FXD 120pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0 ±30
CAPACITOR-FXD 1800pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .1µF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.22µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 22pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .47µF ±10% 35Vdc TA
CAPACITOR-FXD 10pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0 ±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .lµF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .1µF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .022µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 680pF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1800pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1.8µF ±10% 20Vdc TA
CAPACITOR-FXD .1µF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 4700pF 250Vdc
Table 3-3. Agilent 60501B/60502B Control Board - Electrical Parts (continued)
Reference
Designation
D302-304
D306,308
D310-313
D314-317
D321
F300
F301,302
J1-3
Pl-3
P4
Q301
R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
R310,311
R314
R315
R316
R317,318
R319,320
R321,322
R323,324
R325-327
R329
R330,331
R332
R333
R337
R338
R339,340
R341
R342
R343
R344
R345
R346
R347
R348
R354
R355
R356,357
R358
Agilent Part
Number
1901-0033
1901-0033
1901-0033
1901-0731
1901-0880
2110-0716
2110-0821
1252-2789
60502-80005
60502-80007
1858-0054
0698-4443
0698-6320
0698-0085
0757-0462
0698-6320
0698-8827
0757-0465
0698-0085
0699-0924
0757-0438
0698-6360
0757-0438
0698-6360
0757-0438
0757-0416
0757-0472
0757-0280
1810-0368
0757-0280
0699-0924
0698-6360
0757-0438
0757-0449
0698-4443
0757-0439
0699-0924
0698-6533
0757-0438
0698-3215
0699-1797
1810-0280
0698-3633
0757-0442
Description
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-PWR RECT 400V lA
DIODE-GEN PURP 200mA DO-35
FUSE-SUBMINIATURE .5A 125V
FUSE (METRIC) .315A 250V
CONNECTOR-POST RT ANGLE 12-CONTACT
CABLE ASSEMBLY W/PLUG 12-CONTACT
CABLE ASSEMBLY W/PLUG 26-CONTACT
TRANSISTOR ARRAY 16-PIN DIP
RESISTOR 4.53K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 2.61K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 75K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 1M 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 100K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 2.61K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 11K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0+100
RESISTOR 10K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 511 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 200K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR-NET 6-PIN SIP 10.0K X 5
RESISTOR 1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 11K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 10K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 20K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 4.53K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 6.81K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 11K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 12.5K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 499K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10M 5%
RESISTOR-NET 10-PIN SIP 10.0K X 9
RESISTOR 390 5% 2W MO TC=0±200
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
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Table 3-3. Agilent 60501B/60502B Control Board - Electrical Parts (continued)
Reference
Designation
R359-361
R365
R368,369
R370,371
R372
R375
R379
R380
R381
R382
R383
R384
R385
R386
R387,388
R389
R390
R391
R392
R393
R394
R395
R396
R397
R398
R399
R400
R401
R406
R413,414
R415
R416
R417
R418
R420
R421,422
R423
RTBl
RTP301
T301
TB301
TP301
U301
U302
22
Agilent Part
Number
0757-0424
0757-0440
0699-1728
0698-8672
0757-0442
0757-0280
0698-0084
0757-0449
0698-4503
0698-4486
0757-0465
0699-1254
0698-3382
0757-0465
0757-0442
0757-0436
0757-0442
0757-0437
0757-0465
0757-0280
0757-0472
0698-8827
0757-0438
0698-0084
0757-0420
0757-0458
0757-0455
0757-0278
0764-0041
0757-0442
0757-0455
0757-0442
0757-0401
0698-3430
1810-0280
8159-0005
0757-0401
0360-2345
1258-0209
9100-4840
0360-2348
1251-4926
5080-2516
1820-3399
Description
RESISTOR l.1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 7.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 2.652K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 243.4 .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR lK 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 2.15K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 20K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 66.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±l00
RESISTOR 24.9K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 100K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 536K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5.49K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 100K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 4.32K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 4.75K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 100K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 200K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1M 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 2.15K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 750 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 51.1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 36.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1.78K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 30 5% 2W MO TC=0±200
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 36.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 100 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 21.5 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR-NET 10-PIN SIP 10.0K X 9
RESISTOR-ZERO OHMS 22 AWG
RESISTOR 100 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
MATING PLUG FOR TB301 (control)
REMOVABLE JUMPER 2-POSITION
TRANSFORMER-PWR 100/120/220/240V
TERMINAL BLOCK 10-TERMINAL
CONNECTOR-POST TYPE 8-CONTACT
IC PROGRAMMABLE MICROPROCESSOR
IC FF CMOS/74HC D-TYPE POS EDGE-TRIG
Table 3-3. Agilent 60501B/60502B Control Board - Electrical Parts (continued)
Reference
Designation
U303
U304
U306
U307
U308
U309
U318
U319
U320
U321
U322
U323
U324
U325
U326
U327
U328
U329
U330
U332-334
U335
U336
U337
U340
U341
U342
U344
U345
U346
U347
U348
U349
U350
U351
U352
U353
U354,355
VR301,302
VR303,304
W1
Y301
Agilent Part
Number
1820-2228
1820-3079
1826-1845
1826-1317
1826-0962
1826-0850
1820-2924
1820-3399
1826-1488
1826-1068
1826-1488
1826-0962
1826-1845
1826-0962
1826-1081
1826-1370
1826-1081
1826-1369
1820-3399
1990-0996
1826-0393
1826-0122
1826-0527
1826-0850
1820-3297
1818-4932
1826-0962
1820-3399
1826-0850
1826-0412
1826-1343
5080-2137
1820-6774
5080-2121
1820-3172
1820-3081
1820-3082
1902-0957
1902-0783
7175-0057
0410-1944
Description
IC QUAD NAND SET/RESET LATCH CMOS
IC 3-TO-8 LINE DECODER CMOS/74HC
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP (PRECISION)
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP (LOW NOISE)
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP
ANALOG SWITCH 16-PIN DIP
IC QUAD NOR GATE CMOS/74HC 2-INPUT
IC FF CMOS/74HC D-TYPE POS-EDGE-TRIG
D/A CONVERTER CMOS 12-BIT 20-PIN
D/A CONVERTER CMOS 8-BIT 20-PIN
D/A CONVERTER CMOS 12-BIT 20-PIN
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP
IC DUAL PRECISION OP AMP 8-PIN DIP
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP
IC PRECISION OP AMP 8-PIN DIP
IC QUAD COMPARATOR 16-PIN DIP
IC PRECISION OP AMP 8-PIN DIP
IC REGULATOR-FXD 9.95/10.05V 8-PIN DIP
IC FF CMOS/74HC D-TYPE POS-EDGE-TRIG
IC LED OPTO-ISOLATOR IF=10mA MAX
IC REGULATOR-ADJUSTABLE 1.2/37V POS
IC REGULATOR-FXD 4.8/5.2V
IC REGULATOR-ADJUSTABLE 1.2/37V NEG
ANALOG SWITCH 16-PIN DIP
IC OCTAL BUS DRIVER CMOS/74HC
IC EEPROM NMOS 1024 (lK)
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP
IC FF CMOS/74HC D-TYPE POS-EDGE-TRIG
ANALOG SWITCH 16-PIN DIP
IC DUAL PRECISION COMPARATOR 8-PIN DIP
IC REGULATOR-ADJUSTABLE 2.5/36V 8-PIN DIP
IC PROGRAMMED GAL
IC BIN COUNTER CMOS/74HC POS-EDGE-TRIG
IC DECADE DIVIDER GATE ARRAY
IC FF CMOS/74HC J-K POS-EDGE-TRIG
IC FF CMOS/74HC D-TYPE POS-EDGE-TRIG
IC TRANSCEIVER OCTAL BUS
DIODE-ZENER 9.1V 5% PD=.4W
DIODE-ZENER 16.2V 5% PD=1W
RESISTOR-ZERO OHMS SOLID TINNED COPPER
RESONATOR-QUARTZ 4.0000MHz
23
Table 3-4. Agilent 60501B/60502B Power Board - Electrical Parts
Reference
Designation
Cl-4
C5-8
C11,12
C13,14
C15,16
C17-21
C25
C26
C32,33
C34
C35
C36
C38-42
C49-52
C53-56
C53-56
C60
C106
C125
C125
C126
C127
C128
C129
C130,131
C132,133
C134
C135
C136
C137
C138
C139
C140,141
C142
C143
C144-147
C148-150
C151
C151
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Model
60501B
60502B
60502B
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
60501B
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
60501B
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
60501B
60502B
Agilent Part
Number
60501-60023
60502-60025
0160-4820
0160-4820
0160-5422
0160-5422
0160-5422
0160-5422
0160-7024
0160-4831
0160-5422
0160-4048
0160-5422
0160-5469
0160-5422
0160-4822
0160-4810
0160-4822
0160-4833
0160-4833
0160-5166
0160-4833
0160-5098
0160-4835
0160-5422
0160-4833
0160-4834
0160-5422
0160-4801
0160-4830
0160-5422
0160-4832
0160-4814
0160-4832
0160-4835
0160-4833
0160-4812
0160-4787
0160-4787
0160-4807
0160-4805
Description
POWER BOARD
POWER BOARD
CAPACITOR-FXD 1800pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1800pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 2.2µF ±10% 100Vac CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 4700pF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .022µF ±20% 250Vac
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD lµF ±10% 50Vdc METAL-PE
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 330pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .022µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .022µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .015µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .022µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .22µF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .lµF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .022uF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 100pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD 2200pF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .01µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 150pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD .01µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .lµF ±10% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .022µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 220pF ±5% 100Vdc CER 0±30
CAPACITOR-FXD 22pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 22pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 33pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 47pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
Table 3-4. Agilent 60501B/60502B Power Board - Electrical Parts (continued)
Reference
Designation
C152
C154
C155
C156
C157
D10,11
D17,18
D19-22
D23-28
D33
D35
D53-55
D56
D57,58
D59
D60
D62
D63
Fl-4
F5-8
F9-12
F13-16
J2
J4
Q1
Q2
Q9
Q10
Q11
Q12
Rl-4
R5-8
R9-12
R13-16
R17-20
R21-24
R25,26
R27
R28
R29-32
R33-36
Model
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
Agilent Part
Number
0160-4831
0160-4832
0160-5422
0160-4821
0160-4183
1901-0033
1901-0033
1901-0033
1901-0033
1901-0880
1901-0033
1901-0033
1901-0731
1901-0880
BOTH
BOTH
1901-0033
1901-0880
60502B
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
60502B
60502B
60502B
BOTH
60502B
2110-0757
2110-0757
2110-0697
2110-0697
1251-4670
1251-7743
1858-0137
1858-0137
1855-0386
1854-0635
1853-0281
1858-0054
06060-80014
06060-80014
0698-3430
0698-3430
0698-3156
0698-3156
0698-3162
0757-0457
0698-3162
0757-0458
0757-0442
Description
CAPACITOR-FXD 4700pF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .01µF ±10% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD .047µF ±20% 50Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1200pF ±5% 100Vdc CER
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±20% 250Vdc CER
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-GEN PURP 200mA DO-35
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA lN645
DIODE-PWR RECT 400V 1A
DIODE-GEN PURP 200mA DO-35
NOT USED
DIODE-GEN PURP 180V 200mA 1N645
DIODE-GEN PURP 200mA DO-35
NOT USED
FUSE-SUBMINIATURE .062A 125V
FUSE-SUBMINIATURE .062A 125V
FUSE-SUBMINIATURE 15A 32V
FUSE-SUBMINIATURE 15A 32V
CONNECTOR-POST RT ANGLE 9-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-POST 26-CONTACT
FET SUBASSEMBLY (includes 4 FETS)
FET SUBASSEMBLY (includes 4 FETS)
TRANSISTOR J-FET 2N4392 N-CHANNEL
TRANSISTOR NPN SI PD=50W FT=20MHz
TRANSISTOR PNP SI 2N2907A PD=400mW
TRANSISTOR ARRAY 16-PIN DIP
RESISTOR .050 3W
RESISTOR .050 3W
RESISTOR 21.5 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 21.5 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 14.7K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 14.7K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 46.4K 1% .125W TF TC=7±100
RESISTOR 47.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 46.4K 1% .125W TF TC=7±100
RESISTOR 51.1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
25
Table 3-4. Agilent 60501B/60502B Power Board - Electrical Parts (continued)
Reference
Designation
R37-40
R41
R41
R43
R44
R46
R50
R53,54
R55,56
R58
R59
R60
R64
R65
R66
R67
R68
R69
R71
R88
R90
R91
R92,93
R94
R95
R96
R101
R102,103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R108
R109
R110
R114
R115
R116
R117
R136
R142
26
Model
BOTH
60501B
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
Agilent Part
Number
0757-0442
1810-1273
1810-1260
1810-0316
0698-0085
0757-0438
0757-0458
0698-6629
0698-6360
0698-5089
0757-0457
0698-4457
0757-0455
0757-0438
0698-0084
0757-0427
0698-6630
0699-0620
0699-0486
0811-3574
0698-6360
8159-0005
0698-0083
0757-0449
0757-0280
0698-6629
1810-1261
1810-1261
1810-1261
0698-6360
0698-3572
0698-3359
0757-0438
0757-0449
0698-3160
0757-0447
0757-0416
0757-0472
0698-6360
0757-0449
1810-1274
Description
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR-NET 10-PIN SIP 10K X .4; 20K X 1
RESISTOR-NET 10-PIN SIP 20K X 9
RESISTOR-NET 16-PIN DIP 10K X 8
RESISTOR 2.61K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 51.1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 60K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 10K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 33K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 47.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 576 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 36.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 2.15K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1.5K % .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 20K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 2.222K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 2K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 3.9 1% 5W PWR TC=0±920
RESISTOR 10K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR-ZERO OHMS 22 AWG
RESISTOR 1.96K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 20K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 60K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR-NET 16-PIN DIP MULTI-VALUE
RESISTOR-NET 16-PIN DIP MULTI-VALUE
RESISTOR-NET 16-PIN DIP MULTI-VALUE
RESISTOR 10K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 60.4K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 12.7K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 20K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 31.6K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 16.2K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 511 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 200K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K .1% .125W TF TC=0±25
RESISTOR 20K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR-NET 10-PIN SIP MULTI-VALUE
Table 3-4. Agilent 60501B/60502B Power Board - Electrical Parts (continued)
Reference
Designation
R143
R144
R151
R201
R202
R204
R205
R206
R207
R208
R209
R211
R212
R213,214
R215
R216
R217-220
R221-224
R225
R226
R228
R229,230
R231
R233
R234
R235
R238
R239
R249
R252
R255,256
R257,259
R261
R262
R263
R264-266
R267
R268
R269
R270
R271
Model
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
Agilent Part
Number
0757-0427
0698-4479
0698-3160
0757-0441
0698-0283
0757-0472
0757-0439
0757-0412
0757-0472
0757-0438
0683-0475
0757-0278
0757-0439
0698-3450
0757-0462
0757-0278
0757-0465
0757-0465
0698-8827
2100-3750
0812-3574
0683-0475
0683-1065
1810-0368
0757-0279
0757-0439
0757-0280
0757-0405
8159-0005
8159-0005
0757-0463
0757-0442
0757-0442
0698-3226
0757-0444
8159-0005
1810-1490
1810-1489
0757-0442
0757-0436
0757-0443
Description
RESISTOR 1.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 14K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 31.6K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 8.25K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 2K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 200K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 6.81K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 365 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 200K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 5.11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 4.7 5% .25W CF TC=0-400
RESISTOR 1.78K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 6.81K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 42.2K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 75K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1.78K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 100K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 100K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1M 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR-TRIMMER 20K 10%
RESISTOR 3.9 1% 5W PWR TC=0±20
RESISTOR 4.7 5% .25W CF TC=0-400
RESISTOR 10M 5% .25W CC TC=-900/+1100
RESISTOR-NET 6-PIN SIP 10K X 5
RESISTOR 3.16K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 6.81K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 162 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR-ZERO OHMS 22 AWG
RESISTOR-ZERO OHMS 22 AWG
RESISTOR 82.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 6.49K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 12.1K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR-ZERO OHMS 22 AWG
RESISTOR-NET 12-PIN DIP MULTI-VALUE
RESISTOR-NET 8-PIN SIP MULTI-VALUE
RESISTOR 10K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 4.32K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 11K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
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Table 3-4. Agilent 60501B/60502B Power Board - Electrical Parts (continued)
Reference
Designation
R272
R274
R275-278
R279-282
R283
R284
R285
R288
R289
R290
RT2
S1
U1
U2,3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9
U10
U11
U12
U13
U14
U15
U16
U17
VR10
VR26
VR27
VR28
VR29
28
Model
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
60502B
60502B
60502B
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
BOTH
Agilent Part
Number
0757-0463
0757-0274
0698-8827
0698-8827
0698-8913
0698-0064
0757-0464
0698-8913
0698-4536
0757-0459
0837-0397
3101-2894
0370-2862
1826-2252
1826-1533
1826-2252
1826-1533
1826-2252
1826-1533
1826-2252
1826-0850
1826-0138
1826-1370
1826-1533
1826-0962
1826-1543
1826-2252
1826-0962
1826-0346
1902-0783
1902-0957
1902-0761
1901-1284
Description
RESISTOR 82.5K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1.21K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1M 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1M 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1.5M 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 9.31K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 90.9K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 1.5M 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 340K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
RESISTOR 56.2K 1% .125W TF TC=0±100
THERMISTOR 10K (under large heatsink)
SENSE SWITCH DPDT
PUSHBUTTON (for sense switch)
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP LOW NOISE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP H-SLEW RATE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP LOW NOISE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP H-SLEW RATE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP LOW NOISE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP H-SLEW RATE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP LOW NOISE
IC ANALOG SWITCH 16-PIN DIP
IC QUAD COMPARATOR 14-PIN DIP
IC QUAD COMPARATOR 16-PIN DIP
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP H-SLEW RATE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP LOW BIAS H-IMPD
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP HS
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP LOW NOISE
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP LOW BIAS H-IMPD
IC DUAL OP AMP 8-PIN DIP GP
ZENER DIODE 16V 5% PD=1W
ZENER DIODE 9.1V 5% PD=.4W
ZENER DIODE lN821 6.2V 5% PD=.4W
VOLTAGE SUPPRESSOR 75V
NOT USED
Table 3-5. Agilent 60501B/60502B Mechanical Parts
Agilent Part
Number
Quantity
Description
60502-00001
7121-0850
7121-2794
0515-0413
0515-0414
60502-80004
1205-0730
0515-0104
0535-0031
3050-0891
2110-0689
1
1
1
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
4
60502-20001
1205-0743
0340-1217
60502-00002
60501-80002
60502-80009
1510-0134
3050-1320
2190-0629
0535-0020
0515-0155
0515-1146
3050-0891
60502-00003
60502-00004
0515-1584
0515-0414
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
14
4040-2268
1
POWER BOARD
LARGE HEATSINK (for Q1,Q2)
THERMAL PAD (between Q1,Q2 and heatsink)
INSULATOR (in heatsink for RT2)
REAR PANEL
REAR PANEL LABEL(60501B)
REAR PANEL LABEL(60502B)
BINDING POST ASSEMBLY
SPRING STEEL WASHER (on binding post)
LOCKWASHER (on binding post)
NUT-HEX (on binding post)
SCREW-MACH M5X0.8X12mm (binding post to bus bar)
SCREW-MACH M3X0.5X6mm (ground wire to chassis)
WASHER M3 (ground to chassis)
BUS BAR (- input)
BUS BAR (+ input)
SCREW MACH M5X0.8X8mm (bus bar to power board)
SCREW MACH M4X0.7X10mm(power board to chassis and large
heatsink; Q1,Q2 to large heatsink; and bus bar to large heatsink)
SAFETY COVER (rear panel terminal block)
9222-1375
60502-80002
60502-80003
9211-6196
60501-90009
60502-90009
5951-2830
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MISCELLANEOUS
BAG, STATIC PROTECTION
FLOATER, ANTI-STATIC
FLOATER, ANTI-STATIC
CARTON, SHIPPING
MANUAL, OPERATING (60501B)
MANUAL, OPERATING (60502B)
MANUAL, SERVICE
CONTROL BOARD
MODULE CHASSIS
WARNING LABEL
SERIAL# LABEL
SCREW-MACH M5X0.8X6mm (rear panel to module chassis)
SCREW-MACH M4X0.7X10mm (control board to module chassis)
SPACER-PLASTIC (align heatsink with module chassis)
HEATSINK (U335,337)
SCREW-MACH M3X0.5 (U335,337)
NUT-HEX W/LOCKWASHER M3 (U335,337)
WASHER M3 (U335,337)
FUSE CLIP (F301,302)
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4
Diagrams
Schematic Diagrams
Schematic diagrams and component location diagrams are provided for the Control board as well as the Power board on two
foldout pages. Two schematic diagrams of the Power board are included in Figure 4-2 on the first foldout; three schematic
diagrams of the Control board are included in Figure 4-4 on the second foldout. Table 4-1 lists the notes that apply to both
the Control board and Power board schematic diagrams.
Table 4-2 lists, alphabetically, all of the signal names that appear on the schematic, along with a brief description of the
signal's function. To help you locate where signals come from and go to, Table 4-1 lists the coordinates for each appearance
of a signal on each sheet of the schematic. Coordinates printed in BOLD indicate the signal origin. On the Control board for
example, when ACLR* is active, it clears the analog circuits. ACLR* originates in area 4D of sheet 1 and also appears in
area 2B of sheet 3.
Table 4-1. Schematic Diagram Notes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
All resistors are in ohms ± 1%, 1/8 W unless otherwise specified.
All capacitors are in microfarads unless otherwise specified.
All unmarked capacitors are 0.047µF.
An asterisk negates a signal name. For example, CS2 appears on the schematic as CS2*.
Signal lines that are terminated by flags continue on other sheets, and may also go to other locations on the same sheet.
Table 4-2 documents all signal terminations on the schematics. Note that flags do not indicate signal flow direction.
Example:
CC_PROG
6. Unterminated signal lines go to at least one other location of the same schematic sheet.
Example:
SPCLR*
7. Heavy signal lines represent multiple-wire data buses.
8. Unless otherwise noted, bias connections to IC packages are as follows:
Common
+5V
14-pin packages
pin 7
pin 14
16-pin packages
pin 8
pin 16
20-pin packages
pin 10
pin 20
9. Values in brackets [ ] apply to model 60501B.
Component Location Diagrams
Each foldout includes a component locations diagram with a look-up table for locating electrical components. Figure 4-1
gives the component locations for the Control board and Figure 4-3 gives the component locations for the Power board. The
coordinates in the look-up table under each diagram reference the grid on the diagram and give the location of some point
on each component to within 1/10 of a unit. The mainframe Service Manual gives several examples of how to use the table.
The component locations diagram also indicates specific troubleshooting test point locations. The test points are described
in Chapter 3 of the mainframe Service Manual and are used in various troubleshooting procedures described in that chapter.
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Table 4-2. Signal-Name Descriptions
Mnemonic
ACLR*
BO*
CC_EN*
CC_PROG
CCVTST
CG*
CLR
CR*
CS0*
CS1*
CS2*
CS3*
CS4*
CS5*
CS6*
CS7*
CV_EN*
CV_PROG
DAC_REF*
E
EEPON*
EPC_EN*
EXT_PROG
FLT
FSEL0,FSEL1,FSEL2
HIGH*
H/L*
H/L-A/D
IMON
IMON*
IMONR
LCLR*
MODULE_INSTALLED*
OP*
OV*
PCLR1*
PORT
PRX
PTX
P_TRIG
PRI_TRIG
PULSE_EN
RCK_HI*
RCK_LOW*
RNG
(A) = analog signal
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Function
Sheet 1
CONTROL BOARD
Analog circuits clear (D)
4D
Brown out input disable (D)
3D
CC mode enable (D)
6D, 3B
Programming voltage for CC mode (A)
3B
Comparator output, main DAC self-test (D)
6D
CR-mode middle-and-high-range select (D)
5D
Initialize transient generator (D)
7B, 5A
CR-mode low-range select (D)
5D
Main DAC chip select (D)
1D
Transient DAC chip select (D)
1D
Slew range chip select (D)
1D, 8C
Readback DAC chip select (D)
1D
Secondary-data-bus buffer chip select (D)
1D
Control-signals latch chip select (D)
1D, 6D
Control-signals latch chip select (D)
7D, 5D
Non-volatile memory R/W chip select (D)
8D 3C, 2C
CV mode enable (D)
6D, 3C
Programming voltage for CV mode (A)
3C
Main DAC reference enable, CV/CC modes (D)
5D
6D, 8A
Secondary-µP clock (D)
EEPROM power-on disable (D)
2C
Extended power capability enable/disable (D)
4D
Ext programming input (A) from rear-panel A4
Voltage-fault signal (D) to rear-panel A6
3D
Transient-generator frequency-select bits (D)
5D, 4A
Transient-DAC output enable (D)
6B
Main-DAC transfer control (D)
7D
Readback-DAC transfer control (D)
7D
Current-monitor output (A) to rear-panel A1
Input-current monitor signal (A)
CR-mode low-range DAC reference (A)
Current-monitor-comparator output (D)
6D
Clear status latch (D)
5D, 3D
Indicate how many modules are installed (D)
Overpower status (D)
3D
Overvoltage status (D)
3D
Power-on clear signal from mainframe (D)
PORT output (D) to rear-panel A7
3D
Primary-µP receiver (D)
Primary-µP transmitter (D)
Continuous mode pulse trigger (D)
6A, 5D
Trigger signal from mainframe (D)
Pulse-mode enable (D)
4D, 6B
Loads transient-level counter (D)
1D, 6A
Loads main-level counter (D)
1D, 6A
CC-mode range select (D)
7C
(D) = digital signal
8C = signal origin
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
2B
2A
2B
4A
4D
3C
8D
7C
2A
8B
8D
2C
3D
2D
2A
1B, 3C
1B
8C
8D
8B
1D, 1C
3D, 6A
4C
4A
2C
8B
2A
2A
8B
1B
8A
8A
8B
2B
Table 4-2. Signal-Name Descriptions
Mnemonic
+S
-S
SA_EN*
SD
SDB
SKP
SLEW
SLW1,SLW2,SLW3,SLW4
Function
CONTROL BOARD
Remote + sense (A) from rear-panel + S
Remote - sense (A) from rear-panel - S
Secondary µP SA enable (D) from TP301-1
Secondary µP data bus (D)
Secondary µP data bus, buffered (D)
Skip self-test (D) from TP301-5
Programming-voltage input to slew circuit (A)
Slew-rate control signals (D)
SPCLR*
Secondary-circuit power-on clear (D)
SPROG
SRX
START
STAT_EN
STB*
STOP
STX
S0, S1, S2
TEMP1
TMONR
TOGGLE*
TRANS_EN
(not used)
Secondary-µP receiver (D)
Secondary-µP SA start signal (D)
Enable status latch (D)
Enable chip-select decoder (D)
Secondary-µP SA stop signal (D)
Secondary-µP transmitter (D)
Chip-select-decoder input (D)
Power-board temperature (A)
Temperature-monitor-comparator output (D)
Toggle mode select (D)
Transient-generator clear and enable (D)
VMONR
VREF
Secondary-µP SA start/stop (D)
Trigger (D)
Main and transient DACs trigger enable (D)
Unregulated-input status (D)
Main and transient DACs transfer control (D)
Voltage-monitor output (A) to rear-panel A2
Input-voltage monitor signal (A) to rear panel A2
CR-mode middle-&-high-range DAC Ref (A)
Voltage-monitor-comparator output (D)
Voltage reference for DACs (A)
X
-10V_REF
(not used)
DAC reference for CV and CC modes (A)
+15V
-15V
+ 12V_REF
To power board (A)
To power board (A)
Ref for readback DAC & main DAC self-test (A)
TRIG
TRIG_EN*
UNREG*
UXFER
VMON
VMON*
(A) = analog signal
(D) = digital signal
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
1C
1C
Sheet 3
2C
2C
1C, 7D
1B, 6D
5B
8C,8B,
8C,7C,
5C
lB,7D,6D,
5D
4C, 5A
8D
2D,2A
2D
2C
5B
8D
1B
4D, 3D
7C, 2D
1B
8D, 1B
7C, 2D
6D
6B
4D, 8B,
7B
4D, 1B
6A
4D
3D
7C
6D
5A
5A
4A
4A
2C
8C
8D
5B
2A
8D
1C, 1C
3C, 6A
5D
4A
6D, 8B,
5C
3D
2A
2B, 4D,
6A
1A, 5B,
7B, 5D,
2B
5D, 2B
5C, 2B
2B
8C = signal origin
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Table 4-2. Signal-Name Descriptions
Mnemonic
Function
POWER BOARD
Sheet 1
ACLR*
BO*
+BUS
- BUS
CC_PROG
CR*
CV_PROG
E2
E8
E11
IMON*
+IN
Analog circuits clear (D)
Brown out input disable (D)
+ input binding post
- input binding post
Programming voltage for CC mode (A)
CR_mode low range select (D)
Programming voltage for CV mode (A)
Electrical connection
Electrical connection
Electrical connection
Input-current monitor signal (A)
+input (A)
- IN
+ IN Local
+ OP
- OP
OP*
+OV
OV*
PROG
- input (A)
Same as + input (A)
Overpower comparator input (A) (low = OP)
Overpower comparator input (A) (high = OP)
Overpower status (D)
Overvoltage comparator input (A) (low = OV)
Overvoltage status (D)
Programming input to power circuits (A)
Overvoltage reference (A)
CC-mode range select (D)
Resistor pin number
Resistor pin number
Resistor pin number
Resistor pin number
Resistor pin number
Remote + sense (A) (from rear-panel +S)
Remote - sense (A) (from rear-panel - S)
Secondary-circuit power-on clear (D)
Power-board temperature (A)
Power-on input disable (D)
1B
Input to unregulated-input comparator (A)
8C, 4C
Unregulated-input status (D)
8A
Input-voltage monitor signal (A)
8D
Voltage off
5D
Reference for overvoltage circuit (A)
1C
(D) = digital signal
8C = signal origin
RNG
R268-6
R268-8
R267-2
R267-3
R267-10
+S
-S
SPCLR*
TEMP1
TURNON
UNREG
UNREG*
VMON*
VOFF
+12V_REF
(A) = analog signal
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Sheet 2
1A, 7B
1A, 2B, 8B
4A
4A
8C, 4C
8B
8D
8A, 6B
6A, 7D
5A, 8D
8B
8A,7A,6D,l
D,lC
8A, 7A, 1D
1D
3A, 8A
4A, 8A
8A
4D, 8B
8B
5D, 1C, 7B
8B
8C
4B, 5D
4B, 5D
4C, 8D
4C, 8C
4C, 6B
1D
1D
1B
7A
4A
4A
4A
8D
8A
8C
2C
2B
Sheet 3