SERVICE GUIDE for Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe

SERVICE GUIDE for Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe
SERVICE GUIDE
for Agilent 66000A
MPS Mainframe
Serial Numbers:
Agilent Model 66000A: 3522A01561 thru 03295
US35220101 and up
Agilent Part No. 66000-90003
Microfiche Part No. 66000-90004
Printed in USA
Update: June, 2000
CERTIFICATION
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Technologies further certifies that its calibration measurements are traceable to the United States National Bureau of
Standards, to the extent allowed by the Bureau's calibration facility, and to the calibration facilities of other International
Standards Organization members.
WARRANTY
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years from date of delivery. Agilent Technologies software and firmware products, which are designated by Agilent
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of delivery. During the warranty period Agilent Technologies will, at its option, either repair or replace products which
prove to be defective. Agilent Technologies does not warrant that the operation of the software, firmware, or hardware shall
be uninterrupted or error free.
For warranty service, with the exception of warranty options, this product must be returned to a service facility designated
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Customer shall be entitled to a refund of the purchase price upon return of the product to Agilent Technologies.
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Customer-supplied software or interfacing, unauthorized modification or misuse, operation outside of the environmental
specifications for the product, or improper site preparation and maintenance. NO OTHER WARRANTY IS EXPRESSED
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Technologies. Sales and Service office for further information on Agilent Technologies' full line of Support Programs.
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SAFETY SUMMARY
The following general safety precautions must be observed during all phases of operation of this mainframe.
Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in this guide violates safety
standards of design, manufacture, and intended use of the mainframe. Agilent Technologies assumes no liability
for the user's failure to comply with these requirements.
GROUND THE MAINFRAME.
This product is a Safety Class 1 instrument (provided with a protective earth terminal). To minimize shock hazard, the
mainframe must be connected to an electrical ground. The mainframe must be connected to the ac power supply mains
through a three-conductor power cable, with the third wire firmly connected to an electrical ground (safety ground) at the
power outlet. 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.
DO NOT EXCEED INPUT RATINGS.
This mainframe is equipped with a power 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.
DO NOT OPERATE IN AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE.
Do not operate the mainframe in the presence of flammable gases or fumes.
BEFORE APPLYING POWER.
Verify that the power cord is correctly connected to the mainframe.
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.
Mainframes that 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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Printing History
The current edition of this guide is indicated below. Reprints of this guide containing minor corrections and updates may
have the same printing date. New editions are identified by a new printing date and, in some cases, by a new part number.
A new edition incorporates all new or corrected material since the previous edition. Changes to the guide occurring
between editions are covered by change sheets shipped with this guide. Also, if the serial number prefix of your mainframe
is higher than those listed on the title page of this guide, then it may or may not include a change sheet. That is because
even though the higher serial prefix indicates a design change, that change may not affect the content of the guide.
Edition 1 . . . November, 1992
Updated
June, 2000
 Copyright 1992, 2000 Agilent Technologies, Inc.
This document contains proprietary information protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document
may be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another language without prior consent of Agilent Technologies. The
information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Table of Contents
Overview.................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
About This Manual ............................................................................................................................................................... 7
Related Documents ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
Revisions and Updates.......................................................................................................................................................... 8
Manual .............................................................................................................................................................................. 8
Firmware........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Safety Considerations ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
Electrostatic Discharge ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Service Tools and Equipment ............................................................................................................................................... 9
Verification............................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Preliminary Checkout ......................................................................................................................................................... 11
POWER-ON Checkout ....................................................................................................................................................... 12
Selftest Sequence ............................................................................................................................................................ 12
In Case of Trouble .......................................................................................................................................................... 12
Output Checkout ................................................................................................................................................................. 14
In Case of Trouble .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Problem Not Identified ....................................................................................................................................................... 14
Disassembly ........................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Disassembly Procedures ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
Removing the Modules and Module Connectors ............................................................................................................ 15
Removing the Cover ....................................................................................................................................................... 15
Removing the Front Frame ............................................................................................................................................. 15
Removing the Front Bezels and Keyboard Plug ............................................................................................................. 16
Removing the Rear Subchassis ....................................................................................................................................... 16
Removing the Pc Boards................................................................................................................................................. 16
Reassembly Procedures ...................................................................................................................................................... 17
Installing the Pc Boards .................................................................................................................................................. 17
Assembling the Rear Subchassis..................................................................................................................................... 18
Assembling the Keyboard Plug and Front Bezels........................................................................................................... 18
Assembling the Front Frame ........................................................................................................................................... 18
Assembling the Cover ..................................................................................................................................................... 19
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Troubleshooting Sequence.................................................................................................................................................. 21
Accessing the Flowcharts.................................................................................................................................................... 21
If You Experienced a Selftest Failure ............................................................................................................................. 21
If You Experienced Other Problems With the Mainframe.............................................................................................. 22
Troubleshooting Flowcharts ............................................................................................................................................... 22
Replacement Parts ................................................................................................................................................................ 33
Diagrams................................................................................................................................................................................ 39
Test Point and Component Location Diagram.................................................................................................................... 39
Main Board Schematics ...................................................................................................................................................... 39
Sheet 1 Circuit Functions................................................................................................................................................ 39
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Sheet 2 Circuit Functions................................................................................................................................................ 39
Sheet 3 Circuit Functions................................................................................................................................................ 40
Backplane Board Schematic ............................................................................................................................................... 40
Exploded View Diagram..................................................................................................................................................... 40
Schematic Notes ................................................................................................................................................................. 41
Manual Backdating .............................................................................................................................................................. 49
Index ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 51
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Overview
About This Manual
This manual is a complete guide for servicing the Agilent 66000A Modular Power System (MPS) Mainframe.
Troubleshooting information for the Agilent 661xxA MPS Power Modules is provided in the module service manual (see
"Related Documents"), which should be used with this manual.
Note
Troubleshooting the Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe requires the use of one working Agilent 661xxA
MPS Power Module.
This manual is organized into the following major sections:
•
Overview discusses safety and equipment considerations to be aware of when troubleshooting. It also lists the tools and
equipment required for troubleshooting.
•
Verification consists of a series of tests that are used to help isolate a fault. It includes the selftest sequence that runs
automatically at power-on and verifies the integrity of the microprocessor, the GPIB and serial interfaces, and the
memory.
•
Disassembly procedures are used to disassemble the instrument for repair.
•
Troubleshooting procedures systematically verify selected circuits to isolate the cause of a problem. Suggestions for
remedying the problem are also provided. Troubleshooting procedures are provided for the following circuits:
§
§
§
§
§
§
§
§
Bias Supplies.
Microprocessor.
RAM and ROM Memory.
GPIB and Serial Interfaces.
Discrete Fault Indicator/Remote Inhibit (DFI/RI) Circuitry.
Trigger Circuits.
Power Module Communication.
Keyboard Accessory Port.
•
Replacement Parts lists part numbers for electrical components and miscellaneous chassis parts.
•
Schematics and component location diagrams are provided as an aid in troubleshooting and repair.
Overview
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Related Documents
The following documents are related to this manual:
Manual
Part Number
Description
Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe Installation
Guide
66000-90001
Provides product specifications, installation,
and connection information.
Agilent Series 661xxA MPS Power Modules
User's Guide
5959-3386
Describes the operation of the MPS Power
Modules.
Agilent Series 661xxA MPS Power Modules
Programming Guide
5959-3362
Describes SCPI programming commands, status
reporting.
Agilent Series 661xxA MPS Power Modules
Service Manual
5959-3364
Provides replaceable-parts lists, circuit
diagrams, and verification procedures for the
Agilent Series 661xxA MPS Power Modules.
Revisions and Updates
Manual
Agilent Technologies instruments are identified by a two-part, ten-character serial number, such as 3138A-00101. The first
five characters (e.g. 3138A) are the serial prefix, which is the same for all identically made instruments. The last five digits
(e.g. 00101) are a unique serial number assigned to each instrument. If a significant design change is made, the prefix
changes but the last five numbers continue in sequence.
This manual applies to Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframes with the same serial prefixes and serial numbers equal to or
higher than the ones shown on the title page. If the prefix number on your mainframe is higher than the one on the title page,
then the mainframe was made after publication of the manual and may have hardware and/or firmware differences not
covered in the manual. If there are such differences, they are documented in one or more "Manual Changes" sheets sent with
the manual.
Firmware
This manual applies to mainframes that run on software revisions A.00.01 through A.00.05. The mainframe ROM chip has a
label that specifies the firmware revision.
Safety Considerations
The Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe is a Safety Class 1 instrument that has a protective earth terminal. Refer to the Safety
Summary page at the beginning of this manual for general safety procedures and the meaning of safety symbols appearing in
the manual and on the mainframe.
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Overview
Electrostatic Discharge
The Modular Power System has components that can be damaged by ESD (electrostatic discharge).
Failure to observe standard anti-static practices can result in serious degradation of performance even
when complete failure does not occur.
When working on the Modular Power System, observe all anti-static work practices. This includes, but is not limited to:
•
Working at a static-free station, such as a table covered with static-dissipative laminate or with a conductive table mat
(Agilent P/N 9300-0797).
•
Using a conductive wrist strap (Agilent P/N 9300-0969 or 9300-0970).
•
Grounding all metal equipment at the station to a single, common ground.
•
Connecting low-impedance test equipment to static sensitive components only when those components have power
applied to them.
•
Removing power from the Modular Power System before removing or installing printed circuit boards.
Service Tools and Equipment
The following tools are required to repair the Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe:
• T15 and T25 TORX drivers.
• 10mm and 7mm HEX NUT drivers.
• #2 POZI driver.
• Slot-head screwdrivers - small and medium.
• DIP component removal tool.
• Soldering iron and solder.
• De-solder removal tool.
• Needle-nose pliers.
• Anti-static work mat and wrist strap.
The following equipment is required to troubleshoot the Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe:
Table 1-1. Service Test Equipment
Instrument Required
Power Cords (see Figure 1-1)
Test Cable
Mini-Grapper clip leads
DFI RI connector
Critical Specifications
Option #831
Option #833
Option #834
Option #841
Option #843
Option #845
Option #846
Option #847
Option #848
BNC (male) to BNC (male)
Wire Size: 24 AWG
Type: Terminal Block 4-pos.
(supplied with mainframe)
Recommended Model
P/N 8120-5573
P/N 8120-5568
P/N 8120-5566
P/N 8120-5572
P/N 8120-5571
P/N 8120-5570
P/N 8120-5565
P/N 8120-5567
P/N 8120-5569
P/N 8120-1838
P/N 8120-3326 or 8120-3327
P/N 1252-1488
Use
V,T
1
V,T
V,T
V,T
Overview
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Table 1-1. Service Test Equipment (continued)
Instrument Required
MPS Power Module
DMM
Logic Probe
Oscilloscope
MPS Keyboard2
Isolation transformer
Critical Specifications
Bandwidth: 100 MHz
Recommended Model
Agilent 661xxA Series
Agilent 34401A or equivalent
Agilent 545A or equivalent
Agilent 54504A or equivalent
Agilent 66001A
1 V = Verification; T = Troubleshooting.
2 Use of the keyboard is recommended for displaying selftest error messages.
Figure 1-1. Power Cords
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Overview
Use
V,T
T
T
T
V
T
1
2
Verification
Operation verification of the Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe consists of performing the procedure that is located in this
section. This procedure verifies that the mainframe is performing properly without testing all specified parameters. The tests
include a preliminary checkout, power-on selftest, and module communication.
Preliminary Checkout
1.
Make sure that the front power switch is off (0).
2.
Look at the "Line Rating" chart on the rear of the mainframe.
a.
Verify the modules are set to the appropriate line voltage setting. Line selector switches are located on the bottom
of the modules.
Note
b.
c.
3.
At least one module is required to verify the operation of the mainframe.
Remove the fuse and verify that the fuse is as specified on the label.
Install the module(s).
Make sure that the power cord is connected to the terminal block in accordance with the prevailing color code.
Connection of this instrument to an ac power source should be done only by qualified personnel.
Power Cord Wire Color Codes
Label
Line "L"
Neutral "N"
Ground
UL/CSA Cords
Black
White
Green or Green with Yellow stripe
Harmonized Cordage
Brown
Blue
Green with Yellow stripe
4. Make sure that there is no load connected to the output connector by removing the output connector assembly.
5. Verify that the GPIB address switch is set to the desired address (0 - 31).
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POWER-ON Checkout
1.
Connect the instrument to the power source and turn the front power switch to ON (1).
2.
Listen to confirm the modules' fans are on.
The power supply undergoes a selftest when you turn it on. The power-on selftest sequence tests the microprocessor, GPIB
interface, and serial communications.
Selftest Sequence
3.
All display digits and annunciators on the keyboard briefly turn on.
4.
All front panel LEDs and annunciators on the modules briefly turn on.
5.
The keyboard briefly displays the message:
6.
The keyboard then displays the state of the addressed module.
Note
The information displayed on the keyboard assumes:
• At least one power module is installed,
• Factory default state still stored in location 0,
• Frame mode switch on the back of the mainframe is set to MAIN,
• GPIB address of the mainframe is set to 5,
• Module configuration switches set to factory default states (all OPEN).
In Case of Trouble
Note
In case of a module failure, the front panel will display an Error Code -Uxx. Refer to the Agilent Series
661xxA Service Manual for information on troubleshooting the dc power modules.
A problem exists in the mainframe when one of these conditions is observed during selftest:
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Table 2-1. Problem Symptoms
Symptoms
Probable Cause
1
Troubleshooting Procedure
Keyboard and modules remain turned off
(fans not ON)
Input Line Voltage, check fuse F8
Bias Troubleshooting
Module fans turn ON, front displays
remain blank (Turned OFF)
No bias voltages, check fuses F1 &
F2
Bias Troubleshooting
Modules remain OFF, keyboard displays
blinking cursor ¦
Primary Microprocessor (U44)
defective, check fuse F1
ROM & Microprocessor
Troubleshooting
Keyboard displays
Self-test Failed, ROM Checksum Test
ROM (U51) defective
ROM & Microprocessor
Troubleshooting
Keyboard displays
Self-test Failed, Internal RAM Test
Primary Microprocessor (U44)
defective
ROM & Microprocessor
Troubleshooting
Keyboard displays
Self-test Failed, External RAM Test
RAM (U52) defective
ROM & Microprocessor
Troubleshooting
Keyboard displays
Self-test Failed, GPIB Test
GPIB Controller (U17) defective
Overall Troubleshooting
Keyboard displays
Self-test Failed, Serial Comm Test
DUART (U91) defective
Overall Troubleshooting
Keyboard displays
NO MODULES INSTALLED
Backplane power-up or
communication defective
Overall Troubleshooting2
Keyboard displays
MODULE NOT FUNCTIONING
Module defective or backplane
communication defective
Overall Troubleshooting
1
2
Refer to Chapter 4 of this manual for detailed troubleshooting procedures.
Assumes that at least one module has been installed and is connected to the mainframe backplane.
Verification 13
Output Checkout
1.
Make sure that there is no load connected to the output connector by removing the output connector assembly.
2.
Check the basic voltage functions and module communications as shown in following table:
Action
Keyboard Display
Explanation
3.
Press
*RST
Press
:OUTP ON
Press
:CURR 1
Sets the output current to 1 A
Press
:VOLT 5
Sets the output voltage to 5 V
Resets the Modular Power System
Enables the output
The keyboard display should now be in meter mode indicating the voltage and status of the dc power module:
Disable the output prior to connecting a load.
Press
In Case of Trouble
If the keyboard and module displays do not read the correct voltage, check the operation of the module. Refer to the
"Performance Measurement" section of the Agilent Series 66lxxA Power Modules Service Manual.
Problem Not Identified
If after performing the checkout procedures you were unable to isolate the problem, refer to the "Overall Troubleshooting"
procedure in Chapter 4. The overall troubleshooting procedure will verify whether the mainframe is at fault and will isolate
the problem to a functional block.
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Disassembly
This chapter provides disassembly and reassembly instructions for the Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe. Refer to Chapter 6
for an exploded view diagram of the mainframe. Major mechanical components are identified with "MP" designations and
are referenced in this section. Refer to Chapter 5 for the component descriptions. Refer to Chapter 1 for the tools required to
disassemble and reassemble the unit.
Disassembly Procedures
SHOCK HAZARD To avoid the possibility of personal injury, remove the mainframe from operation
before removing the top cover. Turn off ac power and disconnect the line cord, GPIB cable, and load leads
before attempting any disassembly.
When servicing the Main assembly and Backplane assembly, ac line voltages are present on the Main board
and backplane connectors.
Most of the attaching hardware is metric. Use of other types of fasteners will damage threaded inserts.
Removing the Modules and Module Connectors
Before you can disassemble the mainframe, you must first remove all of the power supply modules as well as the module
connectors on the back of the mainframe.
1.
Use the slot-head screwdriver and release the pull tab at the front of each module.
2.
Pull all of the modules out of the mainframe.
3.
Use the Pozi driver and disconnect all of the module connectors from the back of the mainframe.
Removing the Cover
1.
Use the T25 driver and remove the four screws that attach the handles (MP22) to the chassis .
2.
Slide the cover (MP6) back, spread the sides slightly, and lift the cover up.
3.
Lift the top tray (MP3) out of the chassis.
Removing the Front Frame
The cover must be removed from the unit before you can remove the front frame.
Disassembly 15
1.
Use the T15 driver and remove the four screws that attach the front frame (MP18) to the chassis.
2.
Slide the front frame forward about two inches.
3.
Carefully unplug the cable (MP23) from the keyboard plug.
Removing the Front Bezels and Keyboard Plug
The front frame must be removed from the chassis before you can remove the bezel pieces (MP11-12).
Note
The keyboard plug (A3) can only be removed from the front frame after the bottom bezel (MP11) has
been removed.
1.
Insert the slot-head screwdriver into the notch at the bottom of each side bezel (MP12) to remove the bezels.
2.
While applying upward pressure with the screwdriver to clear the latch, pull the side bezel away from the frame. When
the latch clears the bottom bezel (MP11), the side bezel will come right out.
3.
Repeat this procedure for the other side bezel.
4.
When the side bezels have been removed, simply grasp the top (MP10) or bottom bezel (MP11) at either end and pull
the bezels away from the frame. The bezels will snap out of the front frame.
5.
Use the T15 driver to remove the two screws that attach the keyboard plug (A3).
Removing the Rear Subchassis
The cover must be removed from the unit before you can remove the rear subchassis (MP4).
1.
Use the T15 driver and remove the six screws (three on each side) that attach the rear subchassis (MP4) to the chassis.
2.
Slide the subchassis backward about three inches.
3.
Carefully unplug the keyboard cable assembly (MP23) from the subchassis.
4.
Grasp the on/off pushrod (MP13) firmly and unsnap it from the switch located inside the subchassis. Pull the pushrod
straight back from the subchassis to unsnap it.
5.
Remove the rear subchassis from the chassis.
Removing the PC Boards
The rear subchassis must be removed from the unit before you can remove the pc boards (A1, A2).
Observe all standard anti-static procedures when removing the pc boards from the subchassis (see
Chapter 1).
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1.
Use the Pozi driver and remove the line cord from the unit. Note the color code and location of each wire on the
terminal block before removing the cord.
2.
Use the T15 driver and remove the four screws (two on the front and two on the back) that attach the backplane cover
(MP5) to the subchassis (MP4).
3.
Pull the bottom edge of the cover out slightly so that it clears the alignment pins and lift the cover straight up.
4.
Grasp the Backplane board (A2) firmly and lift it straight out of its plug-in sockets.
5.
Check to make sure that the FLT/INH connector is unplugged from the back of the unit.
6.
Use the 7mm hex driver and remove the two nuts that connect the GPIB connector to the rear panel.
7.
Use the 10mm hex driver and remove the nut that connects the ground wire to the rear panel.
8.
Use the T15 driver and remove the three screws that attach the Main board (A1) to the subchassis (MP4).
9.
Carefully lift up the pc board and remove it from the subchassis.
Reassembly Procedures
Most of the attaching hardware is metric. Use of other types of fasteners will damage threaded inserts.
Installing the PC Boards
1.
Align the connectors on the Main board (A1) with the cutouts in the rear panel and carefully install the board in the
subchassis (MP4).
2.
Make sure the Main board is fully inserted in the notches along the edge of the subchassis.
3.
Use the T15 driver and install the three screws that attach the Main board to the subchassis .
4.
Use the 7mm hex driver and install the two flat washers, split washers, and nuts that fasten the GPIB connector to the
rear panel.
5.
Install the Backplane board (A2) into the connectors on the Main board.
6.
Connect the ground hardware to the chassis in the following order:
a.
b.
c.
d.
lock washer.
ground wire.
lock washer.
nut.
7.
Use the 10mm hex driver and tighten the grounding nut.
8.
Align the slots in the backplane cover (MP5) with the notches on the Backplane board (A2) and snap the cover into
place. Use the slot-head screwdriver to align the board in the slots.
Disassembly 17
9.
Make sure that the pins on the bottom of the cover are in their holes and that the cover is flush against the subchassis.
10. Use the T15 driver and install the four screws (two on the front and two on the back) that attach the backplane cover to
the subchassis.
Assembling the Rear Subchassis
1.
Slide the rear subchassis (MP4) under the sides of the chassis but don't push it all the way in yet; leave about two inches
of space.
2.
Connect the keyboard cable (MP23) to the connector inside the subchassis.
3.
Make sure that the on/off pushrod (MP13) and the chassis pins line up with the openings on the rear subchassis and
slide the subchassis into place.
4.
Use the T15 driver and install the six screws (three on each side) that attach the rear subchassis to the chassis. Don't
tighten the screws until all six have been started.
5.
Push the on/off pushrod (MP13) in from the front panel in until it snaps twice. The pushrod must snap twice to indicate
that it is firmly connected to the switch inside the subchassis .
Assembling the Keyboard Plug and Front Bezels
1.
Use the T15 driver to install the two screws that attach the keyboard plug (A3) in the second and third hole on the
bottom right corner of the front frame (MP18) when viewed from the front. The bottom of the frame is thicker than the
top.
2.
Align the pins on the top and bottom bezels (MP10, MP11) with the corresponding holes on the frame and snap the
bezels into place.
3.
Check along the edges of the top and bottom bezels to make sure that they are snapped all the way into place.
4.
Install the side bezels (MP 12) by inserting the top corner of each bezel first, then push the bottom corner toward the
side of the frame until it snaps into place.
Assembling the Front Frame
1.
Position the front frame (MP18) close to the front of the chassis. Insert the on/off pushrod (MP13) into its opening and
connect the keyboard cable (MP23) to keyboard plug (A3).
2.
Insert the sides of the chassis between the front frame (MP18) and the side bezels (MP12). Push the front frame onto
the chassis as far it will go.
3.
Use the T15 driver and install the four screws that attach the front frame to the chassis.
4.
Look through the slots in the bottom tray and check that the keyboard cable (MP23) is positioned in the cable clamp. If
not, insert the slot-head screwdriver through the slots in the bottom tray and slide the cable into the cable clamp. Don't
force the tiewrap under the cable clamp; position the tiewrap in front of the cable clamp.
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Assembling the Cover
1.
Place the top tray (MP3) on the chassis with the vents toward the front of the unit.
2.
Spread the sides of the cover (MP6) and slide it onto the chassis so that it fits into the slot behind the front panel
assembly. Check that the cover is flush against the rear panel.
3.
Use the T25 driver and install the four screws that attach the handles and the cover to the chassis.
4.
Reattach the line cord if it has been removed from the unit using the Pozi driver. If necessary, refer to the Mainframe
Installation Guide for more information.
Disassembly 19
4
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides troubleshooting and repair information for the Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe. Before attempting to
troubleshoot the mainframe, ensure that the problem is not with an external circuit or application, an MPS Power Module,
the GPIB controller, the application program, or the input power line.
SHOCK HAZARD Most of the troubleshooting procedures given in this chapter are performed with
power applied and protective covers removed. Such maintenance should be performed only by service
trained personnel who are aware of the hazards (for example, fire and electrical shock).
Troubleshooting Sequence
1.
Verify that the Modular Power System mainframe is at fault.
2.
Use the flowcharts to locate the mainframe functional block at fault.
3.
Troubleshoot the functional block per flowchart instructions.
Troubleshooting tests built into firmware are provided to isolate a problem to one of the circuit boards or to a particular
circuit on the board. Once a problem has been isolated to a particular circuit, suggestions are given as to what component
may be at fault.
This instrument uses components that can be damaged or suffer serious performance degradation as a
result of ESD (electrostatic discharge). Observe the standard anti-static precautions discussed in
Chapter 1 to avoid damage to components.
Accessing the Flowcharts
If You Experienced a Selftest Failure
If you experienced a selftest failure as described in Chapter 2, Table 2-1, disassemble the pc boards and proceed directly to
the flowchart indicated in the "Troubleshooting Procedure" columns of Table 2-1.
•
Figure 4-1 - Overall Troubleshooting.
•
Figure 4-2 - Bias Troubleshooting.
•
Figure 4-3 - ROM & Microprocessor Troubleshooting.
Troubleshooting 21
If You Experienced Other Problems with the Mainframe
If you experienced problems other than a selftest failure with the mainframe, proceed directly to Figure 4-1- Overall
Troubleshooting.
Troubleshooting Flowcharts
The following troubleshooting flowcharts are provided to help you identify and isolate a problem to a specific circuit on the
Main (Al) board. Once a problem has been narrowed down to a specific circuit, suggestions are provided as to the
components that may be responsible for the problem. Refer to the schematic diagrams for detailed information on circuit
wiring and component function.
The overall troubleshooting flowchart (Figure 3-1) will identify most of the problems in the mainframe. The flowcharts of
Figure 3-2 and Figure 3-3 will identify problems in the bias circuits and in the microprocessor circuits.
To aid in troubleshooting, the GPIB address switch (S7) can be set to run various test routines as described in the flowchart.
Placing a jumper on test header J5 is also required to configure and run certain tests. You must provide jumper clips for test
header J5.
Also, oscilloscope waveforms are provided on the flowchart along with the settings required to generate the waveforms.
Connect the A1 board to ac mains through an isolation transformer when making measurements with an
oscilloscope.
The Backplane (A2) board contains no active components. The schematic diagram provides point-to-point wiring
information of the connectors on the Backplane board.
22 Troubleshooting
Figure 4-1. Overall Troubleshooting (Sheet 1 of 7)
Troubleshooting 23
Figure 4-1. Overall Troubleshooting (Sheet 2 of 7)
24 Troubleshooting
Figure 4-1. Overall Troubleshooting (Sheet 3 of 7)
Troubleshooting 25
Figure 4-1. Overall Troubleshooting (Sheet 4 of 7)
26 Troubleshooting
Figure 4-1. Overall Troubleshooting (Sheet 5 of 7)
Troubleshooting 27
Figure 4-1. Overall Troubleshooting (Sheet 6 of 7)
28 Troubleshooting
Figure 4-1. Overall Troubleshooting (Sheet 7 of 7)
Troubleshooting 29
Figure 4-2. Bias Troubleshooting (Sheet 1 of 2)
30 Troubleshooting
Figure 4-2. Bias Troubleshooting (Sheet 2 of 2)
Troubleshooting 31
Figure 4-3. ROM & Microprocessor Troubleshooting
32 Troubleshooting
5
Replacement Parts
Table 5-1 lists the electrical components and Table 5-2 lists the mechanical components for the Agilent 66000A MPS
Mainframe. These tables provide the following information:
•
•
•
Reference designation.
Agilent Technologies part number.
Description of part.
You can order parts from your local Agilent Technologies sales office. A list of the regional sales offices is given at the
back of this manual. When ordering parts, include the following information:
•
•
•
•
Agilent Technologies part number.
Description of the part.
Quantity desired.
MPS model number (Agilent 66000A).
The test point and locations diagram in Chapter 6 identifies the location of the electrical components on the Main board.
The exploded view diagram in Chapter 6 identifies some of the major mechanical components of the mainframe and how
they are assembled. Parts with "MP" designations identify components that are referenced in the parts list.
Replacement Parts 33
Table 5-1. Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe Parts List - Electrical
Reference
Designators
Part Number
Al
Cl,2
C3
C4
C5
C9-11
C12
C14
C15
C16
C17,18
C20
C42
C50-53
C56
C64
C65
C68
C85
C87
C88
C89
C90-92
C96
C98
C100,101
C102,103
C104
C106
C108
C110
C115
C116
C118
C123
C124
C125
C126,127
C133
C135,136
C137
C138,139
C140-143
C146
C150
C151
C160,161
66000-61020
0160-2025
0160-4808
0160-4835
0160-5534
0160-4822
0160-2025
0160-4787
0160-5422
0180-4136
0160-5422
0180-4405
0180-4136
0160-5422
0160-5422
0160-5422
0180-4136
0180-4136
0180-4396
0160-5422
0180-4136
0160-4807
0160-5422
0160-5422
0160-4807
0160-4822
0160-4807
0160-4835
0160-5422
0160-4281
0180-3805
0180-4394
0160-4831
0180-4395
0180-4405
0160-4830
0160-5469
0160-5422
0160-7606
0160-4281
0160-7606
0160-4183
0160-4822
0160-4835
0160-4830
0160-4822
0160-4439
34 Replacement Parts
Description
ASSEMBLY-MAIN BOARD
CAPACITOR-FXD 220pF ±5% 500V
CAPACITOR-FXD 470pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.1uF ±10% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.1uF ±10% 63V
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 220pF ±5% 500V
CAPACITOR-FXD 22pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 10uF ±10% 20V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 470uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 10uF ±10% 20V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 10uF ±10% 20V
CAPACITOR-FXD 10uF ±10% 20V
CAPACITOR-FXD 390uF ±20% 400V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 10uF ±10% 20V
CAPACITOR-FXD 33pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 33pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 33pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.1uF ±10% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 2200pF ±20% 250V
CAPACITOR-FXD 10uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000uF ±20% 40V
CAPACITOR-FXD 4700pF ±10% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 470uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 470uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 2200pF ±10% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD luF ±10% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD luF ±20% 250V
CAPACITOR-FXD 2200pF ±20% 250V
CAPACITOR-FXD luF ±20% 250V
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±20% 250V
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.1uF ±10% 50V
CAPACITOR-FXD 2200pF ±10% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 1000pF ±5% 100V
CAPACITOR-FXD 4700pF ±20%
Table 5-1. Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe Parts List - Electrical (continued)
Reference
Designators
Part Number
C162
C163
D26
D30-32
D34-40
D45
D46
D47,48
D49,50
D51,52
D56-58
Fl
F2
F8
J1
J3
J5
J114
J116,117
J119
J120-122
J126
J200
L1
L2,3
L4
Q5,6
Q7
R1,2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R9,10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R20,21
R35
R47
R88
0160-5422
1901-1087
1901-1087
1901-1098
1901-1214
1901-1128
1901-1130
66000-60003
1901-1098
1901-1098
2110-0688
2110-0699
2110-0655
1252-0268
1252-4307
1251-4926
1251-7330
1250-1842
1252-1014
1251-8667
1251-8675
66000-80004
66000-80003
06024-80094
66000-60002
0699-3196
0698-3155
0698-3136
0757-0465
0757-0463
0757-0273
0698-6348
0698-3155
0757-0394
0757-0459
0757-0407
0757-0280
0699-3419
0699-3420
0698-3628
0698-3155
0698-8827
0698-3155
0698-7933
Description
CAPACITOR-FXD 0.047uF ±20% 50V
NOT USED
DIODE-POWER RECTIFIER 600V 3A 200ns
DIODE-POWER RECTIFIER 600V 3A 200ns
DIODE-SWITCHING lN4150 50V 200mA 4ns
DIODE-POWER RECTIFIER 600V lA 50ns
DIODE-SCHOTTKY 40V lA
DIODE-GENERAL PURPOSE 600V 8A 50ns TO-220AC
DIODE-WITH HEATSINK ASSEMBLY
DIODE-SWITCHING lN4150 50V 200mA 4ns
DIODE-SWITCHING lN4150 50V 200mA 4ns
FUSE-SUBMINIATURE 3A 125V NTD AX UL CSA
FUSE-SUBMINIATURE 5A 125V NTD AX UL CSA
FUSE (METRIC) 3.15A 250V NTD FE IEC
CONNECTOR-RECT MICRORBN 24-CKT 24-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-UTIL P-&-SKT 4-CKT 4-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-POST TYPE .100-PIN-SPCG 8-CONTACT
MODULAR PHONE RECEPTACLE RIGHT ANGLE PC MOUNT
CONNECTOR-RF BNC FEM PC-W-STANDOFFS 50-OHM
CONNECTOR-RECT SDL 6-CKT 6-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-POST TYPE .100-PIN-SPACING 20-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-POST TYPE .100-PIN-SPACING 5-CONTACT
NOT USED
CHOKE - INPUT
CHOKE- OUTPUT
CHOKE - RFI
TRANSISTOR, FET WITH HEATSINK ASSEMBLY
NOT USED
RESISTOR 150 ±5% 10W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 17.8K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 100K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 82.5K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 3.01K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 3K ±0.1% .125W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 51.1 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 56.2K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 200 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 1K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR 220 ±5% 2W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 1M ±1% .125W TF
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 3.83K ±0.1% .125W
Replacement Parts 35
Table 5-1. Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe Parts List - Electrical (continued)
Reference
Designators
Part Number
R89
R93
R95
R98
R99
R100
R101
R102,103
R106
R107,108
R109
R110
R113
R114,115
R121
R130
R131-133
R146
R147
R149
R152-154
R157
R160-164
R165
R166,167
R168,169
R172
R174-175
R180,181
R182
R184
R185
R186,188
R187
SCKTl
SCKT2
SCKT3
SCKT4
S2
S7
TB2
TB5
T1
T2
T3
U1
U2
0698-6348
0698-3625
0698-3439
0698-4037
0698-3155
0698-4037
0698-3155
0698-4037
1810-0206
0757-0442
0698-0082
0757-0442
0683-1015
1810-0305
0757-0394
0698-3609
0757-0394
0757-0442
0698-0082
0757-0428
0683-1015
0698-3155
0698-8812
0757-0442
0698-3155
0811-1848
0698-8827
0757-0398
0698-3433
0686-2705
0698-3155
0698-0082
0686-2705
1200-1274
1200-0485
1200-0567
1200-0639
3101-2808
3101-2097
0360-2312
0360-2421
9100-4933
66000-80001
66000-80002
1826-2056
1990-1502
36 Replacement Parts
Description
RESISTOR 3K ±0.1% .125W
RESISTOR 160 ±5% 2W
RESISTOR 178 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 46.4 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 46.4 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 46.4 ±1% .125W
NETWORK-RESISTOR 8-SIP 10.0K OHM X 7
RESISTOR 10K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 464 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 10K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 100 ±5% .25W
NETWORK-RESISTOR 9-SIP 4.7K OHM X 8
RESISTOR 51.1 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 22 ±5% 2W
RESISTOR 51.1 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 10K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 464 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 1.62K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 100 ±5% .25W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 1 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 10K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR .5 ±10% 5W
RESISTOR 1M ±1% .125W TF
RESISTOR 75 ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 28.7 ±1% .1 25W
RESISTOR 27 ±5% 0.5W
RESISTOR 4.64K ±1% .125W
RESISTOR 464 ±1% .125W
NOT USED
RESISTOR 27 ±5% 0.5W
SOCKET-IC-CHIP-CARRIER 68-CONTACT (REF U44)
SOCKET-IC-DIP 14-CONTACT (REF S7)
SOCKET-IC-DIP 28-CONTACT (REF U51)
SOCKET-IC-DIP 20-CONTACT (REF U58,U66)
SWITCH-PB DPST 4A 250Vac
SWITCH-DIP SL 6-lA 0.1A 50Vdc
TERMINAL BLOCK 4-TERMINAL .039 IN SQUARE
TERMINAL BLOCK 3-TERMINAL RT-ANGLE 5-POSITION
TRANSFORMER-FLYBACK FREQ: 100KHz
TRANSFORMER-BIAS
TRANSFORMER-DRIVER
IC V REGULATOR-SWG 4.9/5.1V 8-DIP-P
IC OPTO-ISOLATOR
Table 5-1. Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe Parts List - Electrical (continued)
Reference
Designators
Part Number
U4
U17
U44
U50
U51
U52
U58
U64
U66
U68
U71,72
U74
U80
U87
U89
U91
U97
U98
U99
VR4
VR11,12
VR13
VR14,15
VR16
VR17
VR53
Y1
1826-1343
1821-1740
1821-1479
1820-2724
66000-80016
1818-4134
66000-80010
1990-0543
66000-80017
1826-2341
1820-3176
1820-3206
1820-3097
1820-3206
1820-6789
1821-4383
1820-3176
1820-6045
1820-6170
1902-0244
1902-0953
1902-0959
1902-0953
A2
J1-8
J9-11
J12
66000-61021
1251-8414
1251-8666
1252-4306
ASSEMBLY-BACKPLANE BOARD
CONNECTOR-POST TYPE .100-PIN-SPACING 48-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-POST TYPE .100-PIN-SPACING 20-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-UTIL P-&-SKT 4-CKT 4-CONTACT
A3
J301
J302
66000-61022
1252-1014
1251-8608
ASSEMBLY-KEYBOARD CONNECTOR BOARD
CONNECTOR-RECT SDL 6-CKT 6-CONTACT
CONNECTOR-POST TYPE .100-PIN-SPACING 5-CONTACT
1902-0244
1902-0766
0410-2109
Description
IC V REGULATOR-V-REFERENCE-ADJ 2.5/36V 8-DIP-P
IC-GPIB TALKER/LISTENER
IC-16-BIT MICROPROCESSOR, I/O, TIMER, TIMER, A/D
IC LATCH TTL/ALS TRANSPARENT OCTL
IC ROM GPIB - PROGRAMMED
IC 64K SRAM 35-NS CMOS
IC PROGRAMMABLE-LOGIC CMOS EEPLD - PROGRAMMED
IC OPTO-ISOLATOR LED-PXSTR IF=150MA-MAX
IC GAL DECODER - PROGRAMMED
IC V REGULATOR-SWG 8-DIP-P
IC MULTIPLEXER/DATA-SELECT CMOS/HC 8-TO-l-LINE
IC LATCH CMOS/HC ADDRESSABLE POS-EDGE-TRIG
IC GATE CMOS/HC AND QUAD 2-INPUT
IC LATCH CMOS/HC ADDRESSABLE POS-EDGE-TRIG
IC INTERFACE TRANSCEIVER
IC DUAL UART, 68000 COMPATIBLE
IC MULTIPLEXER/DATA-SELECT CMOS/HC 8-TO-l-LINE
IC-GPIB TRANSCEIVER CHIP
IC-GPIB TRANSCEIVER CHIP
DIODE-ZENER 30V 5% 1W
DIODE-ZENER 6.2V 5% DO-35 PD=.4W
DIODE-ZENER 11V 5% DO-35 PD=.4W
DIODE-ZENER 6.2V 5% DO-35 PD=.4W
NOT USED
DIODE-ZENER 30V 5%
DIODE-ZENER 18.2V 5% DO-35 PD=.4W
CRYSTAL-QUARTZ 12.00MHz
Replacement Parts 37
Table 5-2. Agilent 66000A MPS Mainframe Parts List - Mechanical
Ref.
Des
MP1
MP2
MP3
MP4
MP6
MP10
MP11
MP12
MP13
MP14
MP15
MP16
MP17
MP18
MP19
MP20
MP21
MP22
MP23
MP24
MP25
(Jl)
(Jl)
(Jl)
(Jl)
(L2,3)
(L4)
(F8)
(TB2)
(TB5)
Qty
Part Number
Description
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
8
1
2
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
18
4
2
66000-00001
66000-00002
66000-00003
5001-9840
66000-00007
66000 40002
66000-40003
66000-40004
66000-40005
66000-40006
5041-8802
5001-0540
66000-80007
5021-8405
5041-8801
5041-8819
5041-8820
5062-3705
66000-80008
8160-0728
5040-1676
0380-0644
2190-0034
2190-0849
0515-0406
0380-0625
1480-0552
2110-0714
1252-1488
0515-1146
0515-0380
0515-1384
0515-2086
66000-60051
0535-0038
2190-0084
0403-0267
1400-1195
1400-0308
5080-2148
66000-80006
66000-90001
66001-90001
66001-90003
5040-1697
CHASSIS- MAIN
CHASSIS TRAY - BOTTOM
CHASSIS TRAY - TOP
SUBCHASSIS
COVER - UNIT
BEZEL - TOP
BEZEL- BOTTOM
BEZEL- SIDE
PUSHROD - ON/OFF
PANEL - FILLER
TRIM - TOP
TRIM - SIDE
NAMEPLATE
FRAME - FRONT
FOOT
CAP - STRAP HANDLE (FRONT)
CAP - STRAP HANDLE (REAR)
STRAP HANDLE
ASSEMBLY- KEYBOARD CABLE
RFI STRIP
AC INPUT SAFETY COVER (WITH HARDWARE)
STANDOFF - HEX .255-IN-LG 6-32-THD
WASHER - LOCK HLCL
WASHER- FLAT MTLC
SCREW - MACHINE M3 X 0.5 8MM-LG (Jl TO PC BOARD)
STANDOFF - ROUND .687-IN-LG
PIN - ESCUTCHEON .095-IN-DIA 2.09-IN-LG STL
FUSEHOLDER
TERMINAL BLOCK 4-POSITION
SCREW - MACHINE M3 X 0.5 6MM-LG (TB5 TO PC BOARD)
SCREW - MACHINE M4 X 0.7 10MM-LG (CHASSIS HARDWARE)
SCREW - MACHINE M5 X 0.810MM-LG (HANDLE HARDWARE)
SCREW - SPCL M4 X 0.7 7MM-LG (A3 TO FRONT FRAME)
ASSEMBLY- SAFETY GROUND WIRE
NUT - HEX DBL-CHAM M6 X 1.0 5.7MM-THK (SAFETY GROUND)
WASHER - LOCK INTL T 1/4 IN .256 IN-ID (SAFETY GROUND)
BUMPER FOOT-ADHESIVE MOUNTING
CLAMP .38-DIA l-WD NYLON (KEYBOARD CABLE)
TIE WRAP (KEYBOARD CABLE)
CABLE - SERIAL LINK (2 METER)
LABEL - REAR PANEL
MANUAL - MPS USER'S GUIDE
MANUAL - QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
INSTRUCTION SHEET - KEYBOARD INSTALLATION
BLOCK-TOP COVER
2
2
2
2
38 Replacement Parts
6
Diagrams
This chapter contains a test point and component location diagram and schematics for troubleshooting the Agilent 66000A
MPS Mainframe. An exploded view diagram of the mechanical parts is also provided.
Test Point and Component Location Diagram
The test point and component location diagram identifies the location of the test points that are used in the troubleshooting
procedures of Chapter 4, and are also shown on the schematic diagrams.
The test point and locations diagram also identifies all electrical components on the Main board. The diagram is divided
into columns and rows designated "x coordinates" and "y coordinates". The accompanying table lists all of the components
on the Main board and gives the coordinate location of each component. For example, resistor R154 is located at x
coordinate 12.3 and y coordinate 3.3. Refer to Chapter 5 for the part number and description of each electrical part.
Main Board Schematics
SHOCK HAZARD When servicing the Main assembly and Backplane assembly, ac line voltages are
present on the Main board and backplane connectors.
Three foldout sheets comprise the Main board schematic diagrams. The circuit functions of each schematic sheet are given
as follows:
Sheet 1 Circuit Functions
Among the circuit components included on Sheet 1 are: microprocessor U44, GPIB interface chips U15 and U17, ROM
chip U51, RAM chip U52, keyboard input J119 and J126, serial link input/output J114, and address switch S7.
The GPIB interface is the link between the mainframe and the system controller. The keyboard input is the link between the
mainframe and the Agilent 66001A keyboard. All communication between the mainframe and the controller or keyboard is
processed by U44. Data communication between the modules and the controller is also directed through U44.
Switch S7 determines the address of the mainframe. It also indicates if the mainframe is directly connected to the GPIB, or
linked to another mainframe. During troubleshooting, switch S7 is used to select diagnostic tests for troubleshooting. Pins
on test header J5 must be jumpered to perform certain diagnostic tests.
Sheet 2 Circuit Functions
Among the circuits included on Sheet 1 are: rectifier diodes D26, D30-D32, filter capacitor C85, FET switches Q5 and Q6,
power transformer T1, bias transformer F2, FET pulse control chip U1, and pulse transformer T3. Isolation between the ac
input and the digital circuit is provided by T1 and opto-isolator U2.
Diagrams 39
Power to the mainframe is provided by a switching power supply. Energy is stored in the magnetic field of transformer T1
when current flows in the primary, and is transferred to the secondary side when the current flow in the primary is turned
off. Primary current flow is controlled by FET switches, which are turned on and off at an 85KHz rate by U1.
Regulation is accomplished by controlling the on-time of the FET switches. U1 monitors the voltage at the secondary side of
T1 through opto-isolator U2 and adjusts the on-time of the FETs accordingly. T2 provides bias power for U1.
Power at the secondary side of T1 is rectified and filtered to provide +5V power to the mainframe and +5V and +28V
power to the turn-on circuits in the modules.
Sheet 3 Circuit Functions
Among the circuit components included on Sheet 1 are: multiplexers U71 and U72, demultiplexers U74 and U87, power-on
chip U68, Trigger In/Out BNC connectors J116 and J117, and DFI/RI connector TB2.
The multiplexers and demultiplexers direct the digital signals from the microprocessor and distribute them among the eight
module slot locations via J121 and J122. +5V and +28V bias power is distributed to the module slot locations via J120. U68
generates a power-on (power is available) signal to the module slot locations via J120.
Note
J120 connects to J10 on the Backplane board, J121 connects to J9 on the Backplane board, and J122
connects to J11 on the Backplane board.
The Trig IN signal from J117 is distributed to the module slot locations via J120. The Trig OUT signal to J116 is directly
received from the module slot locations via J120. The RI (remote inhibit) signal from TB2 is processed by U44. U44 also
generates the DFI (discreet fault indicator), which is connected to TB2 via opto-isolator U64.
Backplane Board Schematic
SHOCK HAZARD When servicing the Main assembly and Backplane assembly, ac line voltages are
present on the Main board and backplane connectors.
The Backplane board schematic shows the distribution of the ac power and control signals from the Main board to the eight
module connectors. There are no active components on the Backplane board.
Exploded View Diagram
The exploded view diagram at the end of this section documents how the major components of the Agilent 66000A MPS
Mainframe are assembled. Parts with "MP" designations identify components that are referenced in the parts list. Refer to
Chapter 5 for the part number and description of the mechanical parts.
40 Diagrams
Schematic Notes
Notes that apply to all schematic sheets are given as follows:
•
All resistors are in ohms ±1%, 1/8W, unless otherwise specified.
•
All capacitors are in microfarads unless otherwise specified.
•
An asterisk negates a signal name. For example, WR appears on the schematic as WR*.
•
Signal line destinations are given inside the parentheses at the end of the signal lines. For example, RDY
(S0lA5),
indicates that the RDY signal continues on schematic sheet 01 at grid coordinates A, 5. Coordinates are labeled on the
schematic border.
•
Signal lines that are terminated by flags continue onto other sheets. Note that flags do NOT indicate signal flow
direction.
•
Signal lines without flags go to another location of the same schematic sheet.
•
Test points on the schematic sheets (e.g. TP3) identify the location of the test points used in the troubleshooting
procedures in Chapter 4.
•
Voltages and waveforms shown on the schematics are obtained when following the troubleshooting procedures in
Chapter 4.
Diagrams 41
Main Board Component Coordinates
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C9
C10
C11
C12
C14
C15
C16
C17
C18
C20
C42
C50
C51
C52
C53
C56
C64
C65
C68
C85
C87
C88
C89
C90
C91
C92
C96
C98
C100
C101
C102
C103
C104
C106
C108
C110
C115
C116
C118
C123
X
5.2
6.7
3.8
4.0
5.0
3.9
14.8
14.3
6.2
3.3
3.6
15.0
14.9
14.8
8.3
13.7
10.9
11.1
11.0
13.8
9.6
11.0
11.1
10.9
3.5
14.4
14.7
12.7
9.7
8.6
8.6
8.1
12.8
10.5
11.0
10.3
11.2
13.0
13.3
2.7
4.2
7.4
6.6
7.5
7.9
42 Diagrams
Y
2.9
3.5
3.4
3.9
4.1
3.9
3.5
3.5
0.5
3.9
3.4
1.0
3.5
1.0
0.6
2.4
1.5
0.9
2.3
3.1
1.6
3.0
1.5
3.0
2.2
0.7
1.0
0.5
0.9
3.1
2.2
3.8
0.5
3.3
3.3
4.4
3.8
2.4
3.8
2.3
4.4
2.2
1.2
0.7
2.7
C124
C125
C126
C127
C133
C135
C136
C137
C138
C139
C140
C141
C142
C143
C146
C150
C151
C160
C161
C162
C163
D26
D30
D31
D32
D34
D35
D36
D37
D38
D39
D40
D45
D46
D47
D48
D49
D50
D51
D52
D56
D57
D58
Fl
F2
X
5.4
5.6
14.1
12.5
0.2
2.5
2.3
2.8
1.6
2.3
10.8
14.3
11.0
10.7
12.9
12.2
10.4
0.6
0.6
15.0
14.8
4.2
3.6
3.6
3.7
13.6
12.9
13.5
12.8
12.7
13.2
13.1
4.5
5.3
5.8
4.9
6.5
6.7
6.3
5.1
12.8
13.8
13.7
8.5
14.8
Y
0.4
0.5
4.0
3.3
3.0
2.3
1.8
3.0
4.2
4.2
1.8
1.2
0.9
1.2
2.4
3.9
3.8
2.0
1.8
3.5
2.5
1.3
1.4
1.1
0.7
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.1
3.9
4.4
2.6
2.6
1.5
1.2
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.1
2.7
F8
HS10
HS11
HS12
HS13
Jl
J3
J5
J114
J116
J117
J119
J120
J121
J122
J126
J200
L1
L2
L3
L4
MC1
Q5
Q6
Q7
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R20
R21
R35
X
0.4
4.8
6.5
6.4
6.8
8.6
3.5
14.3
11.1
12.6
13.6
14.1
10.4
8.5
4.7
15.0
14.8
1.5
8.1
7.4
1.4
8.5
6.4
4.9
14.3
4.5
7.3
13.9
3.7
3.4
3.5
4.0
5.2
5.1
10.9
4.5
4.6
3.9
5.2
7.1
3.6
6.7
14.7
14.4
0.6
Y
2.8
3.7
3.7
1.6
1.1
4.2
0.0
1.7
4.3
3.9
3.9
4.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3
2.0
3.1
1.7
1.5
1.3
3.4
3.7
3.7
2.5
2.4
2.9
2.4
3.4
3.9
3.4
3.4
0.9
0.4
0.4
0.9
3.9
3.4
4.4
1.2
3.1
0.7
4.0
4.0
3.5
R47
R88
R89
R93
R95
R98
R99
R100
R101
R102
R103
R106
R107
R108
R109
R110
R113
R114
R115
R121
R130
R131
R132
R133
R146
R147
R149
R152
R153
R154
R157
R160
R161
R162
R163
R164
R165
R166
R167
R168
R169
R172
R180
R181
R182
X
14.1
12.7
12.8
13.1
11.3
10.7
10.6
10.9
10.8
12.9
13.0
7.1
12.4
14.0
13.9
14.2
12.7
8.7
8.6
5.3
6.2
6.3
6.8
5.2
11.4
12.6
5.8
14.6
14.5
12.3
14.7
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
10.9
14.3
14.2
2.9
3.0
12.1
1.1
1.6
2.4
Y
2.4
2.4
1.9
4.1
3.3
3.3
3.8
3.3
3.3
2.6
3.1
3.8
3.3
4.0
3.8
3.5
3.3
0.9
1.5
3.3
2.0
3.9
3.9
3.3
3.3
3.3
0.4
4.0
4.0
3.3
2.7
2.9
2.9
2.9
2.9
2.9
2.3
2.4
2.4
1.1
0.7
3.8
2.0
2.1
2.8
R184
R185
R186
R187
R188
S2
S7
T1
T2
T3
TB2
TB5
U1
U15
U17
U2
U4
U44
U50
U51
U52
U58
U64
U66
U68
U71
U72
U74
U80
U87
U89
U91
U97
VR11
VR12
VR13
VR14
VR15
VR16
VR53
Y1
X
8.5
9.7
14.4
2.4
2.4
1.0
7.1
4.8
5.5
5.5
12.0
1.4
3.4
8.3
8.8
3.9
4.6
13.6
11.3
11.2
11.2
9.9
11.6
11.3
13.2
8.7
8.8
9.9
13.9
9.9
13.3
8.8
7.1
13.4
10.4
11.1
14.0
10.3
14.5
12.2
13.4
Y
2.3
1.1
2.4
2.6
2.7
1.5
3.9
1.0
3.4
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.0
3.2
2.5
0.5
0.4
0.7
0.4
2.5
2.0
1.3
3.5
1.0
2.0
1.0
0.4
0.9
2.8
0.4
2.7
1.7
3.4
3.8
4.4
3.8
2.4
3.8
2.4
3.8
0.5
TP 1
TP13
TP14
COM
TP 3
TP 7
TP 6
TP 8
TP11
TP 9
TP 5
TP 4
TP10
TP 2
TP12
TP 0
Manual Backdating
This section describes changes that must be made to the manual so that it applies to mainframes with serial numbers lower
than those listed on the title page. Look in the following table for the serial number of your instrument, and make only those
changes listed for your instrument. Note that for some changes, you may be instructed to update the instrument if certain
components are being replaced during repair.
Serial Prefix
3302A
3350A
3445A
3445A
66000A
Serial Number
00101-00835
00836-00945
00946-01255
01256-01560
Changes
1-4
1-3
1, 2
1
Change 1
Make the following changes in Table 5-2:
Change: MP4 from a single subchassis (p/n 5001-9840)
to two subchassis parts: MP4 (p/n 66000-00004)
and MP5 (p/n 66000-00006).
Change: Screw (p/n 0515-0380) from qty 18 to qty 20
Delete: Cover block, p/n 5040-1697
Change 2
In Table 5-1 and on the schematic, delete VR4, p/n 19020244. In its place add C4, 0.1uF, 50V p/n 0160-4835.
Change 3
In Table 5-1 and on the schematic, delete U98 (18206045) and U99 (1820-0244). In their place add a single
IC assembly, U15, p/n 1LH4-0001.
Change 4
In Table 5-1 and on the schematic change R182 and R187
to 42.2 ohms p/n 0757-0316. Add R188, 42.2 ohms p/n
0757-0316 in parallel with R182 and R187.
Manual Backdating 49
Index
2
+28V ............................................................................................................................................................................31
5
+5V ..............................................................................................................................................................................30
A
ACON..........................................................................................................................................................................25
"ACON/MOD ID Test" ...............................................................................................................................................25
ACONWR....................................................................................................................................................................25
"Address/Data Bus Test" .............................................................................................................................................23
address lines.................................................................................................................................................................32
ALE .............................................................................................................................................................................32
B
Backplane Power-up Test ............................................................................................................................................25
"Backplane Serial Port Test" .......................................................................................................................................25
bias voltages...........................................................................................................................................................23, 30
BPCLR*.......................................................................................................................................................................31
C
checkout.......................................................................................................................................................................11
D
data lines ......................................................................................................................................................................32
DFIB* ..........................................................................................................................................................................27
"DFI/RI Pulse Train Test" ...........................................................................................................................................27
DFI/RI Test Connector ................................................................................................................................................26
disassembly
cover .....................................................................................................................................................................15
front frame ............................................................................................................................................................15
modules.................................................................................................................................................................15
pc board ................................................................................................................................................................16
subchassis .............................................................................................................................................................16
documents - related ........................................................................................................................................................8
E
electrical parts..............................................................................................................................................................34
electrostatic discharge....................................................................................................................................................9
equipment ......................................................................................................................................................................9
error code.....................................................................................................................................................................12
Index 51
F
fuse ..............................................................................................................................................................................11
fuse F1 .........................................................................................................................................................................30
fuse F2 .........................................................................................................................................................................31
G
"GPIB Switch Test" .....................................................................................................................................................24
H
HSRQ...........................................................................................................................................................................26
K
keyboard ................................................................................................................................................................10, 12
Keyboard Display Test ................................................................................................................................................29
Keyboard Echo Test ....................................................................................................................................................29
L
line voltage...................................................................................................................................................................11
M
mechanical parts ..........................................................................................................................................................38
microprocessor.............................................................................................................................................................32
MODID........................................................................................................................................................................25
O
output checkout............................................................................................................................................................13
overall troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................................23
P
PCLR* .........................................................................................................................................................................31
power cord .............................................................................................................................................................10, 11
power module ................................................................................................................................................................7
"PSRQ Pulse Train Test".............................................................................................................................................26
R
RD ..............................................................................................................................................................................32
reassembly ...................................................................................................................................................................17
revision number .............................................................................................................................................................8
RIB ..............................................................................................................................................................................27
ROM ............................................................................................................................................................................32
RXF .............................................................................................................................................................................26
RXKB ..........................................................................................................................................................................23
52 Index
S
SACLK ......................................................................................................................................................23, 24, 25, 27
SASTRT ..............................................................................................................................................24, 25, 26, 27, 28
schematic
notes......................................................................................................................................................................41
schematics....................................................................................................................................................................39
backplane board....................................................................................................................................................40
main board ............................................................................................................................................................39
selftest..........................................................................................................................................................................12
"Serial Link Test" ........................................................................................................................................................28
serial number .................................................................................................................................................................8
service manual ...............................................................................................................................................................8
shock hazard ..........................................................................................................................................................21, 39
T
TINF ............................................................................................................................................................................28
tools ...............................................................................................................................................................................9
TP0 ..............................................................................................................................................................................23
TP1 ........................................................................................................................................................................23, 30
TP2 ..................................................................................................................................................................23, 30, 31
TP4 ..................................................................................................................................................................23, 30, 31
TP5 ........................................................................................................................................................................30, 31
TP6 ..............................................................................................................................................................................32
TP7 ..............................................................................................................................................................................32
TP8 ..............................................................................................................................................................................32
"TrigIn/TrigOut Test"..................................................................................................................................................27
troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................................21
flowcharts .............................................................................................................................................................22
TXF..............................................................................................................................................................................26
TXFEN ........................................................................................................................................................................26
TXKB ..........................................................................................................................................................................23
W
WR*.............................................................................................................................................................................32
Index 53
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