AVR-EB4-B Semiconductor Test Pulser - Avtech Electrosystems

AVR-EB4-B Semiconductor Test Pulser - Avtech Electrosystems
AVT E C H
ELECTROSYSTEMS
N A N O S E C O N D
P.O. BOX 265
OGDENSBURG, NY
U.S.A. 13669-0265
W AVE F O R M E L E CT RO NIC S
S I N C E 1 9 7 5
TEL: 888-670-8729 (USA & Canada) or +1-613-686-6675 (Intl)
FAX: 800-561-1970 (USA & Canada) or +1-613-686-6679 (Intl)
[email protected]
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LTD.
http://www.avtechpulse.com/
INSTRUCTIONS
MODEL AVR-EB4-B
+2A / -4A REVERSE RECOVERY
MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
WITH 4.5 ns SWITCHING TIME
SERIAL NUMBER: ____________
X
BOX 5120, LCD MERIVALE
OTTAWA, ONTARIO
CANADA K2C 3H5
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WARRANTY
Avtech Electrosystems Ltd. warrants products of its manufacture to be free from
defects in material and workmanship under conditions of normal use. If, within
one year after delivery to the original owner, and after prepaid return by the
original owner, this Avtech product is found to be defective, Avtech shall at its
option repair or replace said defective item. This warranty does not apply to
units which have been dissembled, modified or subjected to conditions
exceeding the applicable specifications or ratings. This warranty is the extent of
the obligation assumed by Avtech with respect to this product and no other
warranty or guarantee is either expressed or implied.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Phone: 888-670-8729 (USA & Canada) or +1-613-686-6675 (International)
Fax: 800-561-1970 (USA & Canada) or +1-613-686-6679 (International)
E-mail: [email protected]
World Wide Web: http://www.avtechpulse.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARRANTY......................................................................................................................2
TECHNICAL SUPPORT....................................................................................................2
TABLE OF CONTENTS....................................................................................................3
INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................6
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................................8
REGULATORY NOTES.....................................................................................................9
FCC PART 18.......................................................................................................................... 9
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY...................................................................................9
DIRECTIVE 2002/95/EC (RoHS)...........................................................................................10
DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC (WEEE)..........................................................................................10
AC POWER SUPPLY REGULATORY NOTES......................................................................11
FIRMWARE LICENSING........................................................................................................11
INSTALLATION...............................................................................................................12
VISUAL CHECK.................................................................................................................... 12
POWER RATINGS................................................................................................................. 12
CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY............................................................................12
PROTECTION FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK...........................................................................13
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.........................................................................................14
FUSES.............................................................................................................................15
AC FUSE REPLACEMENT...................................................................................................15
DC FUSE REPLACEMENT...................................................................................................16
FUSE RATINGS..................................................................................................................... 16
FRONT PANEL CONTROLS..........................................................................................17
REAR PANEL CONTROLS............................................................................................19
TIMING CONTROL.........................................................................................................21
BASIC TIMING CONTROL....................................................................................................21
TRIGGER MODES................................................................................................................23
GATING MODES................................................................................................................... 23
BASIC AMPLITUDE CONTROL.....................................................................................24
SETTING THE AMPLITUDE LEVELS...................................................................................25
AMPLITUDE ACCURACY.....................................................................................................26
INCORRECT ORIENTATION.................................................................................................26
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CABLE LENGTHS................................................................................................................. 26
ACCESSIBLE VOLTAGES....................................................................................................27
STANDARD TEST JIG MECHANICAL ASPECTS........................................................28
AVX-TRR-MIX TEST JIG.......................................................................................................28
TYPICAL RESULTS........................................................................................................31
1N4937 RESULTS.................................................................................................................31
J5418 RESULTS...................................................................................................................33
1N4004 RESULTS.................................................................................................................34
MUR8100E RESULTS...........................................................................................................35
RUS460 RESULTS................................................................................................................ 37
CSD10120 RESULTS............................................................................................................39
UTG8042 RESULTS.............................................................................................................. 40
SPECIALIZED TEST JIGS.............................................................................................42
AVX-TRR-ANB, AXIAL NO-BEND JIG..................................................................................42
AVX-TRR-MELF, MELF JIG...................................................................................................43
AVX-TRR-MELF, CHIP-LEVEL TESTS.................................................................................44
AVX-TRR-STUD, DO-4 AND DO-5 STUD PACKAGES.........................................................45
AVX-TRR-BTA TEST JIG......................................................................................................47
AVX-TRR-SDA TEST JIG......................................................................................................50
AVX-TRR-AR1 TEST JIG......................................................................................................55
TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................................................60
PROGRAMMING YOUR PULSE GENERATOR............................................................61
KEY PROGRAMMING COMMANDS.....................................................................................61
ALL PROGRAMMING COMMANDS......................................................................................62
MECHANICAL INFORMATION......................................................................................64
TOP COVER REMOVAL....................................................................................................... 64
RACK MOUNTING................................................................................................................64
ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE..............................................................................64
MAINTENANCE..............................................................................................................65
REGULAR MAINTENANCE...................................................................................................65
CLEANING............................................................................................................................ 65
TRIGGER DAMAGE.............................................................................................................. 65
WIRING DIAGRAMS.......................................................................................................66
WIRING OF AC POWER.......................................................................................................66
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PCB 158P - LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY, 1/3.............................................................67
PCB 158P - LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY, 2/3.............................................................68
PCB 158P - LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY, 3/3.............................................................69
PCB 168B - HIGH VOLTAGE DC POWER SUPPLY.............................................................70
PCB 104E - KEYPAD / DISPLAY BOARD, 1/3.....................................................................71
PCB 104E - KEYPAD / DISPLAY BOARD, 2/3.....................................................................72
PCB 104E - KEYPAD / DISPLAY BOARD, 3/3.....................................................................73
MAIN WIRING........................................................................................................................ 74
STANDARD TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-MIX)..................................................................75
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-AR1)......................................................................................76
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-AXPOST)..............................................................................77
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-SCHA / AVX-TRR-MSB-MELF).............................................78
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-SCHA / AVX-TRR-MSB-STUD).............................................79
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-BTA)......................................................................................80
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-ANB).....................................................................................81
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-SDA).....................................................................................82
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-LORAX, AVX-TRR-SSDA)....................................................83
PERFORMANCE CHECK SHEET.................................................................................84
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INTRODUCTION
The AVR-EB4-B is a high performance, GPIB and RS232-equipped instrument capable
of generating a +100V / -200V bipolar waveform into a 50 Ohm resistance. Normally, a
diode will be placed in series with this resistance, allowing diode currents of up to +2A
and -4A to be generated.
More specifically, the AVR-EB4-B mainframe generates a 2-20 us wide forward-bias
pulse with amplitude adjustable up to +100V/+2A, which is immediately followed by a 220 us wide reverse-bias pulse with amplitude up to -200V/-4A. The forward and reverse
amplitudes and pulse widths are independently variable. The forward-to-reverse
switching time is < 4.5 ns (10%-90%).
The current waveforms generated by this instrument are suitable for MIL-STD-750E
Method 4031.4 Test Condition B tests. (Avtech can also provide separate test systems
for Condition D tests). In the terminology of this standard, V3 = 0 to +200V, V4 = 0 to
-200V, RF = 50 Ohms, R4 = 50 Ohms, and RR ≈ 0. These values differ from the values
suggested in the standard, but the use of 50 Ohm resistances allows common coaxial
cabling to be used for flexible connection arrangement, and greatly reduces the П„ = L /
R time constants that plague measurement systems based on the suggested values. As
a result, the measurements are more accurate and more repeatable. (For additional
information about the rationale behind the basic approach, please see Avtech Technical
Brief 15, “A Comparison of Reverse Recovery Measurement Systems”, at
http://www.avtechpulse.com/appnote.)
The values of IF, IRM, and iR(REC) produced by this instrument are suitable for MIL-STD750E Method 4031.4 Test Conditions B1-B4. (Condition B4 is not recommended by
Avtech, however, because the high I RM / iR(REC) ratio will make the results more sensitive
to parasitic effects.)
Standard AVR-EB4-B models include one AVX-TRR-MIX diode test jig. The instrument
mainframe is connected to the test jig using one coaxial cable and one DB-9 control
cable. The standard test jig contains a variety of pin sockets and posts, which may be
used to hold the diode device under test (DUT). The test jig has a hinged lid, which
must be fully closed to protect the user from high voltages. The output will be
automatically disabled if the lid is left open. The standard AVX-TRR-MIX test jig will
accommodate TO-220AC (2 lead) packages, DO-style packages with (leads bent at
90В°), and standard and reverse-polarity TO-3 packages.
The AVR-EB4-B may also be provided with different or additional a customized test jigs,
to meet particular customer package requirements.
The diode-under-test is connected in series with a 50 Ohm resistance present on the
test jig. In order to achieve the full +2A / -4A amplitude, the diode resistance (dV/dI at
high currents) must be much less than 50 Ohms (i.e., 5 Ohms or lower).
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One end of the 50 Ohm resistance is connected to ground, and access to the other end
is provided through a coaxial connector. This output should be terminated with 50
Ohms, and connected to a high-bandwidth (> 400 MHz) oscilloscope. The voltage
across this resistance is directly proportional to the current through the diode. By
observing the current waveform through the diode, the reverse recovery time may be
determined.
While the provided test jig is intended to be flexible and easy to use, users can also
develop their own test jigs easily.
The AVR-EB4-B includes an internal trigger source, but it can also be triggered or
gated by an external source. A front-panel pushbutton can also be used to trigger the
instrument.
The AVR-EB4-B features front panel keyboard and adjust knob control of the output
pulse parameters along with a four line by 40-character backlit LCD display of the
output amplitude, pulse repetition frequency, and delay. The instrument includes
memory to store up to four complete instrument setups. The operator may use the front
panel or the computer interface to store a complete “snapshot” of all key instrument
settings, and recall this setup at a later time.
This instrument is intended for use in research, development, test and calibration
laboratories by qualified personnel.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model1:
AVR-EB4-B
Recovery type:
Reverse recovery
Intended application:
Basic waveform:
A positive pulse followed immediately by a negative pulse
Pulse polarity:
Voltage output
(to RL = 50О©)
2,4,5
High-speed rectifiers
:
Corresponding diode current2,4
(approx., depends on VDIODE):
-
+
-2V to -200V
+5V to +100V
-40 mA
to -4A
+100 mA
to +2A
Pulse width (FWHM):
2 us - 20 us
Rise time (10%-90%):
< 4.5 ns
< 1 us
Output impedance during
pulse (inside the mainframe):
≤ 2 Ohm
50 Ohms
Maximum PRF:
100 Hz
Delay:
Follows + pulse
0 to В±1s, variable
Included test jig :
Standard models: AVX-TRR-MIX
Connectors:
BNC on mainframe, SMA on jigs
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GPIB & RS-232:
Ethernet port, for remote
control using VXI-11.3, ssh,
telnet, & web:
Standard on -B units. See http://www.avtechpulse.com/gpib for details.
Optional 6. Recommended as a modern alternative to GPIB / RS-232.
See http://www.avtechpulse.com/options/vxi for details.
Settings resolution:
The resolution of the timing parameters varies, but is always better than 0.15% of
the set value. The amplitude and offset resolution is typically 0.02% of the
maximum amplitude.
Settings accuracy:
Typically В± 3% after 10 minute warmup, for timing parameter. For high-accuracy
applications requiring traceable calibration, verify the output parameters with a
calibrated oscilloscope4.
Trigger required:
Gate input:
External trigger mode: + 5 Volts, 10 ns or wider (TTL)
Active high or low, switchable. Suppresses triggering when active.
Power requirements:
Dimensions:
Chassis material:
Temperature range:
100 - 240 Volts, 50 - 60 Hz
H x W x D:
100 mm x 430 mm x 375 mm (3.9” x 17” x 14.8”)
cast aluminum frame and handles, blue vinyl on aluminum cover plates
+5В°C to +40В°C
1) -B suffix indicates IEEE-488.2 GPIB and RS-232 control of amplitude, pulse width, PRF and delay (see http://www.avtechpulse.com/gpib).
2) For operation at amplitudes of less than 10% of full-scale, best results will be obtained by setting the amplitude near full-scale and using external
attenuators on the output.
3) Customized jigs available upon request.
4) The amplitude settings should not be relied upon for any degree of accuracy, because the dynamics of the device under test can affect the actual
generated waveforms. Amplitude settings should always be verified by oscilloscope measurements.
5) The diode must have a breakdown voltage exceeding these amplitude limits. Contact Avtech for special arrangements if IMAX Г— 50О© > VBR.
6) Add the suffix -VXI to the model number to specify the Ethernet port.
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REGULATORY NOTES
FCC PART 18
This device complies with part 18 of the FCC rules for non-consumer industrial,
scientific and medical (ISM) equipment.
This instrument is enclosed in a rugged metal chassis and uses a filtered power entry
module (where applicable). The main output signal is provided on a shielded connector
that is intended to be used with shielded coaxial cabling and a shielded load. Under
these conditions, the interference potential of this instrument is low.
If interference is observed, check that appropriate well-shielded cabling is used on the
output connectors. Contact Avtech ([email protected]) for advice if you are unsure
of the most appropriate cabling. Also, check that your load is adequately shielded. It
may be necessary to enclose the load in a metal enclosure.
If any of the connectors on the instrument are unused, they should be covered with
shielded metal “dust caps” to reduce the interference potential.
This instrument does not normally require regular maintenance to minimize interference
potential. However, if loose hardware or connectors are noted, they should be
tightened. Contact Avtech ([email protected]) if you require assistance.
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We
Avtech Electrosystems Ltd.
P.O. Box 5120, LCD Merivale
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K2C 3H5
declare that this pulse generator meets the intent of Directive 2004/108/EG for
Electromagnetic Compatibility. Compliance pertains to the following specifications as
listed in the official Journal of the European Communities:
EN 50081-1 Emission
EN 50082-1 Immunity
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and that this pulse generator meets the intent of the Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC
as amended by 93/68/EEC. Compliance pertains to the following specifications as
listed in the official Journal of the European Communities:
EN 61010-1:2001
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, control, and laboratory use
DIRECTIVE 2002/95/EC (RoHS)
This instrument is exempt from Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and
of the Council of 27 January 2003 on the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous
Substances (RoHS) in electrical and electronic equipment. Specifically, Avtech
instruments are considered "Monitoring and control instruments" (Category 9) as
defined in Annex 1A of Directive 2002/96/EC. The Directive 2002/95/EC only applies to
Directive 2002/96/EC categories 1-7 and 10, as stated in the "Article 2 - Scope" section
of Directive 2002/95/EC.
DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC (WEEE)
European customers who have purchased this equipment directly from Avtech will have
completed a “WEEE Responsibility Agreement” form, accepting responsibility for
WEEE compliance (as mandated in Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Union and
local laws) on behalf of the customer, as provided for under Article 9 of Directive
2002/96/EC.
Customers who have purchased Avtech equipment through local representatives
should consult with the representative to determine who has responsibility for WEEE
compliance. Normally, such responsibilities with lie with the representative, unless
other arrangements (under Article 9) have been made.
Requirements for WEEE compliance may include registration of products with local
governments, reporting of recycling activities to local governments, and financing of
recycling activities.
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AC POWER SUPPLY REGULATORY NOTES
This instrument converts the AC input power to the +24V DC voltage that powers the
internal circuitry of this instrument using a Tamura AAD130SD-60-A switching power
supply. According to the manufacturer, the Tamura AAD130SD-60-A has the following
certifications:
UL60950-1
IEC60950 -1
CSA C22.2 No. 60950- 1
EN60950 -1
and is compliant with:
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-4-2 Level 2
EN61000-4-2 Level 3 (Air Only)
EN61000-4-4 Level 3
EN61000-4-5 Level 3
EN61000-4-11
CISPR 11 and 22 FCC Part 15 Class B (conducted)
FIRMWARE LICENSING
Instruments with firmware versions 5.00 or higher use open-source software internally.
Some of this software requires that the source code be made available to the user as a
condition of its licensing. This source code is distributed on the device itself. To access
it, log in as user “source” with password “source”. The source files are provided in this
user's home directory, and are accessible using standard viewing and file transfer tools
(such as vim, sz, and scp).
Earlier firmware versions do not contain any open source software.
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INSTALLATION
VISUAL CHECK
After unpacking the instrument, examine to ensure that it has not been damaged in
shipment. Visually inspect all connectors, knobs, liquid crystal displays (LCDs), and the
handles. If the instrument has been damaged, file a claim immediately with the
company that transported the instrument.
The following items should be with the instrument:
1. One power cord.
2. One GPIB cable
3. Two instrumentation manuals (this manual and the “Programming Manual for -B
Instruments”).
4. One test jig, with a hinged lid.
5. One 5 meter length of coaxial cable.
6. One 60 cm length of coaxial cable.
7. One 50 Ohm BNC feed-through terminator
8. One 2 meter DB-9 control cable.
POWER RATINGS
This instrument is intended to operate from 100 - 240 V, 50 - 60 Hz.
The maximum power consumption is 74 Watts. Please see the “FUSES” section for
information about the appropriate AC and DC fuses.
This instrument is an “Installation Category II” instrument, intended for operation from a
normal single-phase supply.
CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY
An IEC-320 three-pronged recessed male socket is provided on the back panel for AC
power connection to the instrument. One end of the detachable power cord that is
supplied with the instrument plugs into this socket. The other end of the detachable
power cord plugs into the local mains supply. Use only the cable supplied with the
instrument. The mains supply must be earthed, and the cord used to connect the
instrument to the mains supply must provide an earth connection. (The supplied cord
does this.)
Warning: Failure to use a grounded outlet may result in injury or death due to
electric shock. This product uses a power cord with a ground connection. It must be
connected to a properly grounded outlet. The instrument chassis is connected to the
ground wire in the power cord.
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The table below describes the power cord that is normally supplied with this instrument,
depending on the destination region:
Destination Region
Description
Option
Manufacturer
Part Number
United Kingdom, Hong Kong,
Singapore, Malaysia
BS 1363,
230V, 50 Hz
-AC00
Qualtek
370001-E01
Australia, New Zealand
AS 3112:2000,
230-240V, 50 Hz
-AC01
Qualtek
374003-A01
Continental Europe, Korea,
Indonesia, Russia
European CEE 7/7
“Schuko” 230V, 50 Hz
-AC02
Qualtek
364002-D01
North America, Taiwan
NEMA 5-15,
120V, 60 Hz
-AC03
Qualtek
312007-01
Switzerland
SEV 1011,
230V, 50 Hz
-AC06
Qualtek
378001-E01
South Africa, India
SABS 164-1,
220-250V, 50 Hz
-AC17
Volex
2131H 10 C3
Japan
JIS 8303,
100V, 50-60 Hz
-AC18
Qualtek
397002-01
Israel
SI 32,
220V, 50 Hz
-AC19
Qualtek
398001-01
China
GB 1002-1,
220V, 50 Hz
-AC22
Volex
2137H 10 C3
PROTECTION FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK
Operators of this instrument must be protected from electric shock at all times. The
owner must ensure that operators are prevented access and/or are insulated from
every connection point. In some cases, connections must be exposed to potential
human contact. Operators must be trained to protect themselves from the risk of
electric shock. This instrument is intended for use by qualified personnel who recognize
shock hazards and are familiar with safety precautions required to avoid possibly injury.
In particular, operators should:
1. Keep exposed high-voltage wiring to an absolute minimum.
2. Wherever possible, use shielded connectors and cabling.
3. Connect and disconnect loads and cables only when the instrument is turned off.
4. Keep in mind that all cables, connectors, oscilloscope probes, and loads must
have an appropriate voltage rating.
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5. Do not attempt any repairs on the instrument, beyond the fuse replacement
procedures described in this manual. Contact Avtech technical support (see
page 2 for contact information) if the instrument requires servicing. Service is to
be performed solely by qualified service personnel.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
This instrument is intended for use under the following conditions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
indoor use;
altitude up to 2 000 m;
temperature 5 В°C to 40 В°C;
maximum relative humidity 80 % for temperatures up to 31 В°C decreasing
linearly to 50 % relative humidity at 40 В°C;
5. Mains supply voltage fluctuations up to В±10 % of the nominal voltage;
6. no pollution or only dry, non-conductive pollution.
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FUSES
This instrument contains four fuses. All are accessible from the rear-panel. Two protect
the AC prime power input, and two protect the internal DC power supplies. The
locations of the fuses on the rear panel are shown in the figure below:
Fuses #1 and #2
(AC fuses)
Fuse #4
(DC fuse)
Fuse #3
(DC fuse)
AC FUSE REPLACEMENT
To physically access the AC fuses, the power cord must be detached from the rear
panel of the instrument. The fuse drawer may then be extracted using a small flat-head
screwdriver, as shown below:
Pry out the fuse
drawer using a
screwdriver.
Fuse
Drawer
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DC FUSE REPLACEMENT
The DC fuses may be replaced by inserting the tip of a flat-head screwdriver into the
fuse holder slot, and rotating the slot counter-clockwise. The fuse and its carrier will
then pop out.
FUSE RATINGS
The following table lists the required fuses:
Fuses
Nominal
Mains
Voltage
#1, #2 (AC) 100-240V
#3 (DC)
N/A
#4 (DC)
N/A
Rating
0.5A, 250V,
Time-Delay
1.6A, 250V,
Time-Delay
0.8A, 250V,
Time-Delay
Recommended Replacement Part
Case Size Littelfuse Part
Digi-Key Stock
Number
Number
5Г—20 mm
0218.500HXP
F2416-ND
5Г—20 mm
021801.6HXP
F2424-ND
5Г—20 mm
0218.800HXP
F2418-ND
The recommended fuse manufacturer is Littelfuse (http://www.littelfuse.com).
Replacement fuses may be easily obtained from Digi-Key (http://www.digikey.com) and
other distributors.
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FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
1
2
5
4
3
1. POWER Switch. This is the main power switch. When turning the instrument on,
there is normally a delay of 5-10 seconds before anything is shown on the main
display.
If the main menu does not appear after 30 seconds, turn off the instrument and
leave it off for at least 60 seconds before applying power again.
Allow 60 seconds before re-powering an instrument that has been switched off. If
the power is switched more frequently than that, the turn-on delay may be longer
(up to 20 seconds) as the internal software performs filesystem checks, or the
instrument may remain unresponsive indefinitely.
2. OVERLOAD Indicator. When the instrument is powered, this indicator is normally
green, indicating normal operation. If this indicator is yellow, an internal automatic
overload protection circuit has been tripped. If the unit is overloaded (by operating
at an exceedingly high duty cycle or by operating into a very low impedance), the
protective circuit will disable the output of the instrument and turn the indicator light
yellow. The light will stay yellow (i.e. output disabled) for about 5 seconds after
which the instrument will attempt to re-enable the output (i.e. light green) for
abOUT1 second. If the overload condition persists, the output will be disabled again
(i.e. light yellow) for another 5 seconds. If the overload condition has been removed,
the instrument will resume normal operation.
This overload indicator may flash yellow briefly at start-up. This is not a cause for
concern.
3. SYNC OUT. This connector supplies a SYNC output that can be used to trigger
other equipment, particularly oscilloscopes. This signal leads (or lags) the main
output by a duration set by the "DELAY" controls and has an approximate amplitude
of +3 Volts to RL > 50О© with a pulse width of approximately 100 ns.
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4. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD). This LCD is used in conjunction with the keypad
to change the instrument settings. Normally, the main menu is displayed, which lists
the key adjustable parameters and their current values. The “Programming Manual
for -B Instruments” describes the menus and submenus in detail.
5. KEYPAD.
Control Name
MOVE
CHANGE
Г—10
Г·10
+/EXTRA FINE
ADJUST
Function
This moves the arrow pointer on the display.
This is used to enter the submenu, or to select the operating
mode, pointed to by the arrow pointer.
If one of the adjustable numeric parameters is displayed, this
increases the setting by a factor of ten.
If one of the adjustable numeric parameters is displayed, this
decreases the setting by a factor of ten.
If one of the adjustable numeric parameters is displayed, and
this parameter can be both positive or negative, this changes
the sign of the parameter.
This changes the step size of the ADJUST knob. In the extrafine mode, the step size is twenty times finer than in the normal
mode. This button switches between the two step sizes.
This large knob adjusts the value of any displayed numeric
adjustable values, such as frequency, pulse width, etc. The
adjust step size is set by the "EXTRA FINE" button.
When the main menu is displayed, this knob can be used to
move the arrow pointer.
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REAR PANEL CONTROLS
10
4
8
7
GATE
1
3
OUT
RS-232
TRIG
CONTROL
GPIB
5
6
9
2
Note: some connectors may be in different positions than shown above, depending on
the exact combination of options ordered.
1. AC POWER INPUT. An IEC-320 C14 three-pronged recessed male socket is
provided on the back panel for AC power connection to the instrument. One end of
the detachable power cord that is supplied with the instrument plugs into this
socket.
2. AC FUSE DRAWER. The two fuses that protect the AC input are located in this
drawer. Please see the “FUSES” section of this manual for more information.
3. DC FUSES. These two fuses protect the internal DC power supplies. Please see the
“FUSES” sections of this manual for more information.
4. GATE. This TTL-level (0 and +5V) logic input can be used to gate the triggering of
the instrument. This input can be either active high or active low, depending on the
front panel settings or programming commands. (The instrument triggers normally
when this input is unconnected). When set to active high mode, this input is pulleddown to ground by a 1 kО© resistor. When set to active low mode, this input is pulledup to +5V by a 1 kО© resistor.
5. TRIG. This TTL-level (0 and +5V) logic input can be used to trigger the instrument, if
the instrument is set to triggering externally. The instrument triggers on the rising
edge of this input. The input impedance of this input is 1 kО©. (Depending on the
length of cable attached to this input, and the source driving it, it may be desirable
to add a coaxial 50 Ohm terminator to this input to provide a proper transmission
line termination. The Pasternack (www.pasternack.com) PE6008-50 BNC feed-thru
20
50 Ohm terminator is suggested for this purpose.)
6. GPIB Connector. A standard GPIB cable can be attached to this connector to allow
the instrument to be computer-controlled. See the “Programming Manual for -B
Instruments” for more details on GPIB control.
7. RS-232 Connector. A standard serial cable with a 25-pin male connector can be
attached to this connector to allow the instrument to be computer-controlled.
Instruments with firmware versions of 5.00 or higher require a user name (“admin”)
and a password (“default”, as shipped from the factory) when logging into a serial
terminal session. See the “Programming Manual for -B Instruments” for more details
on RS-232 control.
8. PULSE OUT CONNECTOR. This BNC connector provides the pulse output signal to
the test jig. This output should be connected to the corresponding input on the test jig
using one of the the supplied coaxial cables (60 cm or 5 m).
Caution: Voltages as high as 240V may be present on the center conductor of this
output connector. Avoid touching this conductor. Connect to this connector using
standard coaxial cable, to ensure that the center conductor is not exposed.
9. CONTROL Connector. This DB-9 female connector should be connected to the
corresponding connector on the test jig using the supplied DB-9 cable. This cable
contains the safety interlock signals that ensure that the test jig lid is closed. The
pinout is as follows:
Pin 1 - To test jig switch 1.
Pin 2 - To test jig switch 2.
Pin 5 - Ground.
Pin 6 - To test jig switch 1.
Pin 7 - To test jig switch 2.
Pin 9 - Safety sensor power supply (+15V through 680 Ohms).
When the test jig lid is safely closed, Pin 1 is shorted to Pin 6, and Pin 2 is shorted to
Pin 7.
10. Network Connector. (Optional feature. Present on -VXI units only.) This Ethernet
connector allows the instrument to be remotely controlled using the VXI-11.3, ssh
(secure shell), telnet, and http (web) protocols. See the “Programming Manual for -B
Instruments” for more details.
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TIMING CONTROL
BASIC TIMING CONTROL
This instrument can be triggered by its own internal clock or by an external TTL trigger
signal. In either case, two output channels respond to the trigger: PULSE and SYNC.
The PULSE output is a bipolar signal that may either drive a 50 Ohm load, or the test
jig described later. The positive and negative amplitudes are adjustable. The pulse
widths are variable over a 2-20 us range.
The SYNC pulse is a fixed-width TTL-level reference pulse used to trigger
oscilloscopes or other measurement systems. When the delay is set to a positive value
the SYNC pulse precedes the PULSE output. When the delay is set to a negative value
the SYNC pulse follows the PULSE output.
These pulses are illustrated below, assuming internal triggering and a positive delay:
SYNC OUT
(generated by the
internal oscillator)
100 ns, FIXED
3V, FIXED
DELAY > 0
PW 1
PW 2
AMP1 (+),
VARIABLE
Mainframe OUT
AMP2 (-),
VARIABLE
Figure A
If the delay is negative, the order of the SYNC and PULSE outputs is reversed:
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100 ns, FIXED
SYNC OUT
(generated by the
internal oscillator)
3V, FIXED
DELAY < 0
PW 1
PW 2
AMP1 (+),
VARIABLE
Mainframe OUT
AMP2 (-),
VARIABLE
Figure B
The next figure illustrates the relationship between the signal when an external TTLlevel trigger is used:
> 50 ns
TRIG
(external input)
TTL LEVELS
(0V and 3V-5V)
PROPAGATION DELAY (FIXED)
SYNC OUT
(generated by the
internal oscillator)
100 ns, FIXED
3V, FIXED
DELAY > 0
PW 1
PW 2
AMP1 (+),
VARIABLE
Mainframe OUT
AMP2 (-),
VARIABLE
Figure C
As before, if the delay is negative, the order of the SYNC and PULSE outputs is
reversed.
The delay and frequency (when in the internal mode) of the PULSE output can be
varied with front panel controls or via the GPIB or RS-232 computer interfaces.
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TRIGGER MODES
This instrument has four trigger modes:
п‚·
Internal Trigger: the instrument controls the trigger frequency, and generates the
clock internally.
п‚·
External Trigger: the instrument is triggered by an external TTL-level clock on the
back-panel TRIG connector.
п‚·
Manual Trigger: the instrument is triggered by the front-panel “SINGLE PULSE”
pushbutton.
п‚·
Hold Trigger: the instrument is set to not trigger at all.
These modes can be selected using the front panel trigger menu, or by using the
appropriate programming commands. (See the “Programming Manual for -B
Instruments” for more details.)
GATING MODES
Triggering can be suppressed by a TTL-level signal on the rear-panel GATE connector.
The instrument can be set to stop triggering when this input high or low, using the frontpanel gate menu or the appropriate programming commands. When gated, the output
will complete the full pulse width if the output is high, and then stop triggering. Pulses
are not truncated.
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BASIC AMPLITUDE CONTROL
The basic test arrangement for the AVR-EB4-B is shown in the figure below. The
PULSE output on the instrument mainframe is connected to the PULSE input on the
test jig (model AVX-TRR-MIX, or a customized variant) using the supplied coaxial cable,
and the control cable is connected using the supplied DB-9 cable.
Normally, the 60 cm / 2 foot-long coaxial cable should be used, except when
reflections are observed on the output waveform.
VOLTAGE PULSE INPUT (VIN)
CURRENT THROUGH DUT (IDUT)
+100V MAXIMUM
+2A MAX.
0V
COAXIAL CABLE,
NORMALLY 60 cm / 2 FEET
IN LENGTH. SEE THE
“CABLE LENGTH” SECTION
FOR IMPORTANT NOTES.
-200V MAXIMUM
DUT
OUT
60 cm
SMA-to-BNC
COAXIAL
CABLE
A
CONTROL
OSCILLOSCOPE
(BW > 400 MHz)
CHANNEL A
IN
IDUT
-4A MAX.
VOUT = VA / 10 = IDUT Г— 5О©
VA = IDUT Г— 50О©
AVTECH
AVR-EB4-B
MAINFRAME
0A
REVERSE
RECOVERY
TIME (tRR)
RA,
55.6О©
RB,
450О©
OUT
RSCOPE
10MО©
typically
CONTROL
SYNC
CONNECTOR
TRIG
CONNECTOR
AVX-TRR-MIX
TEST JIG (OR VARIANT)
DB-9
CABLE
SUPPLIED
50 OHM BNC
FEED-THROUGH
TERMINATOR
RC = 50 О©
A 50 Ohm resistance (RC in the diagram above) must be connected to ground on
the output. This can be a discrete resistor, a feed-through terminator, or the input
impedance of an oscilloscope. If a high-speed sampling oscilloscope is used, the input
should be protected by adding attenuator on the input. In the diagram above, the
supplied 50 Ohm feed-through terminator is used to provide the required 50 Ohm
resistance.
The total effective resistance of resistors RA, RB, and RC in the diagram above is 50
Ohms. Thus, the voltage at point "A" is simply given by:
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VA = IDUT Г— 50О©
where IDUT is the current through the device under test. A 450 Ohm resistance (R B) is
present in series with the measurement output. When a 50 Ohm resistance (R C) is
installed on the output (by the user), the output voltage will be one-tenth of V A due to
the resistor-divider effect. That is:
VOUT = VA / 10 = IDUT Г— 5О©
This is the key equation for relating the observed voltage waveform to the DUT current.
SETTING THE AMPLITUDE LEVELS
The amplitude of the positive and negative portions of the PULSE waveform may be set
from the front panel of the instrument, or by computer command. These settings are
expressed in terms of the voltage present on the test jig input.
The positive voltage ("AMP1" on the front panel display) is related to the forward diode
current by:
IFORWARD ≈ (AMP1 - VF) / (50Ω + RDIODE-FORWARD)
where VF is the forward voltage drop of the diode (typically 0.7V for the classic silicon
PN junction diode, and usually somewhat lower for a Schottky diode), and R DIODE-FORWARD
is the effective resistance of the diode under forward bias.
The negative voltage ("AMP2" on the front panel display) is related to the reverse diode
current by:
IREVERSE ≈ AMP2 / (50Ω + RDIODE-REVERSE).
Where RDIODE-REVERSE is the effective resistance of the diode under reverse bias.
It is important to note that RDIODE-FORWARD and RDIODE-REVERSE are not the same, and that
they may change during the transient. Furthermore, depending on the design of the
diode under test, it is possible that RDIODE-REVERSE may be so high that it is impossible to
achieve the full 4 Amps of reverse current. (The ideal diode would of course have
RDIODE-REVERSE = в€ћ). The reverse voltage can actually be increased to -240V (rather than
the nominal maximum of -200V) to increase the likelihood of obtaining the full 4 Amps
of reverse current.
Most test procedures for measuring recovery time will use a particular ratio of forward
to reverse currents - for example, IREVERSE / IFORWARD = 2.
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Some Schottky diodes have negligible amounts of stored charge resulting from the
forward bias, compared to non-Schottky devices. For these Schottky diodes, the
reverse transient will be governed by the capacitance of the device, and the reverse
transient may be largely unaffected by the amplitude of the forward transient. (In other
words, the IREVERSE / IFORWARD ratio is irrelevant). The capacitance may be so small that it
becomes impossible to obtain the full -4 Amps of reverse current.
Normally, the forward and reverse amplitudes should be set near the maximum values
(+100V, -200V). Performance may degrade if the amplitudes are set lower than 10% of
the maximum values.
AMPLITUDE ACCURACY
Due to the variations in VF and RDIODE-FORWARD and RDIODE-REVERSE as a function of operating
conditions, the AMP1 and AMP2 settings should not be relied upon for any degree of
accuracy. Instead the voltage at the OUT terminal on the test jig should be monitored
with a calibrated oscilloscope. As mentioned above, I DUT = V / 5О©.
It is particularly important that the oscilloscope's parasitic DC offset be properly nulled.
A non-zero offset can introduce significant errors in calculating I REVERSE / IFORWARD,
leading to errors in the measured recovery time.
RA and RB can be measured directly on the test jig (with the test jig disconnected) to
determine calibrated relationships, if desired. R C is provided by the user, and can be
calibrated as required.
INCORRECT ORIENTATION
The instrument and the DUT will not be damaged if the diode is installed with the
incorrect orientation (i.e., with the anode and cathode reversed). However, incorrect
waveforms will be generated,
CABLE LENGTHS
The test jig is connected to the mainframe using two cables:
1) A 2-meter-long DB-9 control cable
2) A coaxial cable.
The length of the coaxial cable affects the measured waveform slightly. The cable
length should be chosen based on the type of diode that will be tested.
Normally, the 60 cm / 2 foot-long coaxial cable should be used, except when
reflections are observed on the output waveform.
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However, diodes with extremely short recovery times (< 10 ns), like ultra-fast Schottky
diodes, or diodes with “step recovery” or “hard switching” characteristics, may generate
noticeable reflections after the end of the reverse transient. If these reflections overlap
with the transient itself, a longer cable should be used. This will increase the period of
the reflections, placing them well after the transient where they may be ignored. A 5meter-long cable is supplied for this purpose.
For “soft-switching” diodes, the shortest possible cable length should be used. The
60-cm-long coaxial cable should be used for these applications. When a “soft
switching” diode nears the end of its reverse transient, the diode turns off more
gradually. This does not produce reflections, but the impedance mismatch that slowly
develops means that the attached cable acts as a capacitance. This tends to extend the
waveform slightly, leading to a small (~10%) over-estimation of the reverse recovery
time.
In summary, the shortest possible coaxial cabling should be used, except when “hard
switching” causes noticeable reflections. In that case, use longer cable lengths.
Example waveforms are included in the “TYPICAL RESULTS” section.
ACCESSIBLE VOLTAGES
The mainframe provides pulsed voltages of up to 240V to the test jig. For this reason,
the output is automatically disabled when the test jig lid is open. The lid must be closed
to obtain measurements.
Shielded cabling should be used for all connections to the "IN" and "OUT"
terminals on the test jig, and the "OUT" connector on the mainframe.
When used properly (with RC = 50 Ohms), the maximum voltage on the OUT
terminal will be 24V, approximately. However, if RC is not connected, the maximum
voltage will at the OUT terminal may be as high as 240V. Avoid feeding this output
directly into an oscilloscope. Always use a probe, attenuator, or feed-through
terminator!
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STANDARD TEST JIG MECHANICAL ASPECTS
One AVX-TRR-MIX test jig is normally supplied with the mainframe, unless the
customer has requested a different or additional test jigs.
AVX-TRR-MIX TEST JIG
The AVX-TRR-MIX test jig accepts a range of through-hole and axial devices, using pin
sockets and spring-loaded pins. It is intended for use with diodes in DO-41, TO-220,
DO-204AR, TO-3 or similar packages. A photo of the arrangement is shown below:
Lid Closure
Safety Sensors
N/C Pins
(no connection)
Anode
Pins
Cathode Pins
N/C Pins
(no connection)
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The instrument and the DUT will not be damaged if the diode is installed with the
incorrect orientation (i.e., with the anode and cathode reversed). However, incorrect
waveforms will be generated.
The procedure for inserting most axial and TO-220 packages is straightforward. Simply
insert the DUT between one of the Anode pin sockets (in the blue area above) and one
of the Cathode sockets (in the red area above). Select the sockets with the most
appropriate hole size, and try to minimize all lead lengths, to minimize parasitic
inductance.
This jig will also accommodate a number of TO-3 configurations, outlined below. If the
case is connected to the anode, and the pin(s) are used for the cathode, the
arrangement shown below must be used:
This socket and spring
pin provide mechanical
support only. They are
not electrically active.
For TO-3 packages
with Case = Anode
This spring pin must
contact the underside
of the case. It provides
the anode connection.
The cathode pin of
interest must be inserted
into this socket. For dualdiode devices, rotate the
TO-3 package so that the
desired diode cathode is
inserted here.
If the case is connected to the cathode, and the pin(s) are used for the anode, the
arrangement shown below must be used:
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For TO-3 packages
with Case = Cathode
The anode pin of
interest must be inserted
into this socket. For dualdiode devices, rotate the
TO-3 package so that the
desired diode anode is
inserted here.
This socket and spring
pin provide mechanical
support only. They are
not electrically active.
This spring pin must
contact the underside of
the case. It provides the
cathode connection.
The IN, OUT, and CONTROL connectors are on the rear of the jig, below the hinges:
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TYPICAL RESULTS
Obtaining meaningful results with the AVR-EB4-B requires care, experience, and an
understanding of diode transient behavior and the impact of inductive and capacitive
parasitics. To assist the user, typical results for commercially available diodes are
provided below. The user should be able to reliably duplicate these results.
1N4937 RESULTS
The On Semiconductor 1N4937 is a 1A, 600V DO-41 fast-recovery rectifier. With the
amplitudes set to +100V and -200V, and with the mainframe connected to the test jig
using a 60 cm coaxial cable, the following reverse recovery waveform is obtained at the
test jig "OUT" terminal:
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +2A to a reverse
current of -4A. The reverse transient lasts for approximately 82.75 ns under these
conditions (measured at the 25% reverse current point).
For this test, the 1N4937 was installed as shown below:
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1N4937
This transient shows a “soft-switching” recovery, and no reflections are observed at the
end of the transient, so the 60 cm coaxial cable was used. If the 5 m cable is used, the
measured recovery time will be too high, as shown below:
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 5m cable used.
The use of the incorrect cable boost the observed recovery time from ~ 83ns to ~ 94
ns.
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J5418 RESULTS
The Microsemi J5418 was tested with amplitudes set to +100V and -200V, and with the
mainframe connected to the test jig using a 60 cm coaxial cable. The following reverse
recovery waveform was obtained at the test jig "OUT" terminal:
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +2A to a reverse
current of -4A. The reverse transient lasts for approximately 73 ns under these
conditions (measured at the 25% reverse current point).
This diode was also tested under +1A / -2A conditions, which produced a nearly
identical figure for tRR:
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5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
In this case, 73.3 ns was measured for +1A/-2A, versus 73.0 ns for +2A/-4A.
1N4004 RESULTS
The generic 1N4004 is a very slow 1A, 400V DO-41 fast-recovery rectifier. With the
amplitudes set to +100V and -200V, the following reverse recovery waveform is
obtained at the test jig "OUT" terminal:
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5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 200 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +2A to a reverse
current of -4A. The reverse transient duration exceeds 1 us under these conditions.
MUR8100E RESULTS
The On Semiconductor MUR8100E is a 8A, 1000V TO-220 ultrafast rectifier. With the
amplitudes set to +100V and -200V, the following reverse recovery waveform is
obtained at the test jig "OUT" terminal:
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5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +2A to a reverse
current of -4A. The reverse transient lasts for approximately 90 ns under these
conditions.
For this test, the MUR8100E was installed as shown below:
MUR8100E
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RUS460 RESULTS
The EDI RUS460 is a 5A, 600V DO-204AR ultrafast rectifier. With the amplitudes set to
+100V and -200V, the following reverse recovery waveform is obtained at the test jig
"OUT" terminal:
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 5m cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +2A to a reverse
current of -4A. The reverse transient lasts for approximately 40 ns under these
conditions, and then ends rather abruptly. This abrupt termination of the reverse
transient is somewhat unusual, and is referred to as a "hard" or "step" transient. Most
modern diodes are optimized to provide a "soft" transient, with a more gradual decay of
the reverse current from its peak value to zero.
The fast switching time of the hard transient causes transmission line reflections to
occur. These reflections repeat in an exponential decay pattern, until they are no longer
detectable. The time between reflections is governed by the length of coaxial cabling
(normally 5 meters) connecting the mainframe to the output module. These reflections
can normally be ignored, since they occur after the end of the "interesting" part of the
transient where measurements are made. The coaxial cable can be extended to move
the reflection away from the switching transient.
In this test, a 5m coaxial cable was used. If the 60 cm cable were used, the following
waveform would be obtained:
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5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
With the 60 cm cable, the measured recovery time is nearly the same as before, but the
reflections overlap the transient. In this case, it is best to use the 5m, to clearly
separate the two effects (recovery versus reflections).
For this test, the RUS460 was installed as shown below:
RUS460
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CSD10120 RESULTS
The Cree CSD10120 is a state-of-the-art 1200 Volt, 10 Amp TO-220-packaged Silicon
Carbide Schottky diode, promoted as a "Zero Recovery Rectifier". The waveform below
shows the results obtained with the CSD10120 diode installed in the AVX-TRR-MIX test
jig:
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 5m cable used.
The 5 m cable was used, due to the presence of reflections on the output waveform.
Unlike most conventional diodes, the CSD10120 reverse recovery transient is
dominated by the capacitance of the device, rather than by minority carrier charge
storage. This can be seen be reducing the forward bias current to zero, as shown
below:
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5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 5m cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +0A to a reverse
current of -4A, approximately. The reverse transient is nearly unchanged, relative to the
case when the forward current was +2A! The CSD10120 datasheet says "this is a
majority carrier diode, so there is no reverse recovery charge", and the results above
largely support this.
UTG8042 RESULTS
The Microsemi UTG8042 is a dual ultrafast rectifier in a TO-3 package. With the
amplitudes set to +100V and -200V, the following reverse recovery waveform is
obtained at the test jig "OUT" terminal:
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5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 20 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 5m cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +2A to a reverse
current of -4A. The reverse transient lasts for approximately 41 ns under these
conditions, and then ends rather abruptly, causing reflections. The 5m cable was used
to ensure that the reflections occur well after the end of the transient.
For this test, the UTG8042 was installed as shown below:
UTG8042
The UTG8042 has two diodes in it. For this test, only the “A” diode was tested.
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SPECIALIZED TEST JIGS
AVX-TRR-ANB, AXIAL NO-BEND JIG
The AVX-TRR-ANB test jig accepts two types of packages:
в—Џ DO-41 (0.205" x 0.107" body, maximum)
в—Џ Microsemi Axial Type E (0.185" x 0.135" body, maximum)
The DUT is installed in the test jig by dropping it over the area marked “DUT” on the
test jig PCB. Four “fins” guide the DUT into the correct position between two springloaded test pins. When the hinged lid is closed, a fifth “fin” attached to the underside of
the lid presses the DUT against the spring-loaded pins, to ensure good electrical
contact. A DUT is shown in position in the photo below (with the lid open):
Lid Closure
Magnet
Lid
Pressure
Fin
Lid
Closure
Safety
Sensors
Guide Fins (4)
Cathode Spring Pin
Anode Spring Pin
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The instrument and the DUT will not be damaged if the diode is installed with the
incorrect orientation (i.e., with the anode and cathode reversed). However, incorrect
waveforms will be generated.
When closed, the lid is held is place by a magnetic latch. To open the lid, simply pull
upwards on the handle at the front of the lid.
Over time, the “lid pressure fin” may become worn down, resulting in poor DUT contact
with the spring pins. Four replacement fins are included with each AVX-TRR-ANB, for
this reason.
AVX-TRR-MELF, MELF JIG
The AVX-TRR-MELF accepts MELF (Metal Electrode Leadless Face) type SMT
packages. (Certain customized variants, including the AVX-TRR-SCHA and AVX-TRRMSB-MELF test jigs, accept the MELF package as well.)
These test jigs use spring-loaded probe pins to contact the device under test. The
connection arrangement is the same as for the standard test jig.
The test jig is shown below:
The device under test may be inserted between to spring-loaded pins. These pins are
shown below:
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The next photo shows a MELF device installed between the two pins:
A MELF-packaged
Device Under Test (DUT)
AVX-TRR-MELF, CHIP-LEVEL TESTS
Certain test jigs, including the AVX-TRR-MELF, accept chip-level packages.
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These test jigs use spring-loaded flat-headed probe pins to contact the device under
test. The connection arrangement is the same as for the standard test jig. An example
of this arrangement is shown below:
A chip DUT
sandwiched between
the two flat-headed
spring pins.
AVX-TRR-STUD, DO-4 AND DO-5 STUD PACKAGES
Certain test jigs, such as the AVX-TRR-STUD, accept DO-4 AND DO-5 standard and
reverse-polarity stud packages. This test jig is shown below:
The photo below shows a reverse-polarity DO-4 diode (the Ruttonsha 12FLR60/F05)
installed between the four spring-loaded contacts (two for the anode end, and two for
the cathode end):
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To install the diode, spread apart one pair of spring pins with your fingers or tweezers,
and insert one end of the diode. Repeat on the other end.
This diode produced the following results (t RR = 341.9 ns):
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 200 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
The photo below shows a reverse-polarity DO-5 diode (the Ruttonsha 40HF80)
installed between the four spring-loaded contacts (two for the anode end, and two for
the cathode end):
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This diode produced the following results (t RR = 2.595 us):
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 200 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 11713. 60 cm cable used.
AVX-TRR-BTA TEST JIG
The AVX-TRR-BTA test jig is designed to accept the unusual package shown below:
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The AVX-TRR-BTA test jig is shown below:
The DUT is installed by pulling back on the chrome knob, as shown below:
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The DUT is then placed on its side in the area immediately in front of the two fixed
probe points, as shown in the photo above. Then slowly release the chrome knob,
allowing the spring-loaded PCB to push the DUT into position against the two probe
points, as shown below. The PCB silk-screening shows the proper device positioning.
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The anode pad must contact the left probe point, and the cathode pin must contact the
right probe point.
With a user-supplied device (part number unknown) installed in the AVX-TRR-BTA, and
with the amplitudes set to generate IF = +2A and IR = -4A, the following results were
obtained:
5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 100 ns/div.
tRR (at 25% of IR) = 356 ns.
S/N 11910. 60 cm cable used.
AVX-TRR-SDA TEST JIG
The AVX-TRR-SDA is designed to accept TO-3 and TO-5 packages with the pinouts
shown below:
The AVX-TRR-SDA will also accept packages with reverse polarities (with the anode
and cathode swapped relative to the above diagrams).
The jig is shown below:
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The device pin sockets and spring pins are shown in greater detail below for the TO-5:
Clearance hole for
unused TO-5 pin
TO-5 Anode
Pin Socket
TO-5 Cathode
Pin Socket
Clearance hole for
unused TO-5 pin
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Two pin sockets are provided in the central area to accept the TO-5 package. The
unconnected pin passes through one of two clearance hole in the PCB. The Anode and
Cathode pin sockets are clearly marked on the PCB. The anode pin socket is on the
left, and the cathode is on the right. An example installation is shown below:
Two TO-3 configuration are possible, one with the case connected to the anode, and
one with the case connected to the cathode. For the case-cathode configuration, this
layout is used:
Pin socket for
TO-3 Anode pin
No connection
(for physical
support of the
TO-3 case)
Spring pin
connects TO-3
case to Cathode
No connection
(for physical
support of the
TO-3 pin)
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An installed case-cathode device is shown below:
For the case-anode configuration, this layout is used:
No connection
(for physical
support of the
TO-3 pin)
Spring pin
connects TO-3
case to Anode
Pin socket for
TO-3 Cathode pin
No connection
(for physical
support of the
TO-3 case)
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An installed case-anode device is shown below:
Only one of the two pins on the TO-3 package is electrically connected in this jig. This
allows testing of dual-diode TO-3 packages, by rotating the package to isolate the
desired diode.
The Microsemi UTG8042 is a dual ultrafast rectifier in a TO-3 package, with the
cathodes connected to the case. With the amplitudes set to +100V and -200V, the
following reverse recovery waveform is obtained at the test jig "OUT" terminal:
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5 V/div ( = 1 A/div), 40 ns/div.
20%-80% switching time shown.
S/N 12584. 60 cm cable used.
The above waveform shows the transition from a forward current of +2A to a reverse
current of -4A. The reverse transient lasts for approximately 43 ns under these
conditions, and then ends rather abruptly, causing small reflections.
AVX-TRR-AR1 TEST JIG
The AVX-TRR-AR1 test jig has been designed to accept a variety of axial and SQMELF
packages. It has been designed specifically to accept:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Microsemi "Type E" axial packages (used in the 1N5418 and other devices)
Generic DO-41 packages (used in the 1N5819 and other devices)
Microsemi Type A square MELF, also called D-5A (for example, 1N5806US)
Microsemi Type B square MELF, also called D-5D (for example, 1N6701US)
Microsemi Type E square MELF, also called D-5B (for example, 1N5811US)
To install a DUT, open the main (black) lid like this:
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Then open the tan-colored DUT socket by flipping forward the two black latches on the
front edge of it:
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Insert a diode into one of the 4 “pockets”. The two gold contact pins are visible in each
pocket; the device must be aligned with these pins. A DO-41 package is shown
installed below:
Or, shown in a closer view:
The remaining photos shown the different types of SQMELF packages installed:
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The four pockets are wired in parallel. Only one DUT may be installed at a time, or the
resulting waveforms will be incorrect.
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Once the DUT is installed in the appropriate pocket, close the tan-colored socket lid
and the black main lid. Both must be closed for proper operation.
The instrument and the DUT will not be damaged if the diode is installed with the
incorrect orientation (i.e., with the anode and cathode reversed). However, incorrect
waveforms will be generated.
The IN, OUT, and CONTROL connectors are on the rear of the jig, below the hinges:
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you obtain “strange” output waveforms, or unexpected values of t RR, keep these
points in mind:
1) The test jig output must be terminated with 50 Ohms.
2) The coaxial cable connecting the test jig to the output module should normally
be as short as possible (60 cm or less).
3) If the measured tRR seems too long, try reducing the length of the coaxial cable
connecting the test jig to the output module as much as possible. (This may or
may not affect the measured value, depending on the exact diode switching
characteristics.)
4) If reflections are observed on the output waveform, increase the length of the
coaxial cable connecting the test jig to the output module so that the reflections
do not overlap with the reverse transient. This will probably not change the
measured value, but it will keep the two effects isolated (the reverse transient
and the reflections), for greater measurement confidence.
5) Keep device lead lengths as short as possible, to minimize parasitic inductance.
6) The test jig lid must be closed, or the pulser output will be disabled.
For technical support, contact [email protected] Sample waveforms and digital
photos of your setup are always helpful!
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PROGRAMMING YOUR PULSE GENERATOR
KEY PROGRAMMING COMMANDS
The “Programming Manual for -B Instruments” describes in detail how to connect the
pulse generator to your computer, and the programming commands themselves. A large
number of commands are available; however, normally you will only need a few of
these. Here is a basic sample sequence of commands that might be sent to the
instrument after power-up:
*rst
trigger:source internal
frequency 1000 Hz
pulse:delay 1 us
pulse:width1 10 us
pulse:width2 5 us
volt:ampl1 +100
volt:ampl2 -200
output on
(resets the instrument)
(selects internal triggering)
(sets the frequency to 1000 Hz)
(sets the delay to 1 us)
(sets the positive pulse width to 10 us)
(sets the negative pulse width to 5 us)
(sets the positive pulse amplitude to +100 V)
(sets the negative pulse amplitude to -200 V)
(turns on the output)
For triggering a single event, this sequence would be more appropriate:
*rst
trigger:source hold
output on
pulse:delay 1 us
pulse:width1 10 us
pulse:width2 5 us
volt:ampl1 +100
volt:ampl2 -200
trigger:source immediate
trigger:source hold
output off
(resets the instrument)
(turns off all triggering)
(turns on the output)
(sets the delay to 1 us)
(sets the positive pulse width to 10 us)
(sets the negative pulse width to 5 us)
(sets the positive pulse amplitude to +100 V)
(sets the negative pulse amplitude to -200 V)
(generates a single non-repetitive trigger event)
(turns off all triggering)
(turns off the output)
To set the instrument to trigger from an external TTL signal applied to the rear-panel
TRIg connector, use:
*rst
trigger:source external
pulse:delay 1 us
pulse:width1 10 us
pulse:width2 5 us
volt:ampl1 +100
volt:ampl2 -200
output on
(resets the instrument)
(selects internal triggering)
(sets the delay to 1 us)
(sets the positive pulse width to 10 us)
(sets the negative pulse width to 5 us)
(sets the positive pulse amplitude to +100 V)
(sets the negative pulse amplitude to -200 V)
(turns on the output)
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These commands will satisfy 90% of your programming needs.
ALL PROGRAMMING COMMANDS
For more advanced programmers, a complete list of the available commands is given
below. These commands are described in detail in the “Programming Manual for -B
Instruments”. (Note: this manual also includes some commands that are not
implemented in this instrument. They can be ignored.)
Keyword
LOCAL
OUTPut:
:[STATe]
:PROTection
:TRIPped?
REMOTE
[SOURce]:
:FREQuency
[:CW | FIXed]
[SOURce]:
:PULSe
:PERiod
:WIDTh
:DELay
:GATE
:LEVel
[SOURce]:
:VOLTage
[:LEVel]
[:IMMediate]
[:AMPLitude]
:PROTection
:TRIPped?
STATUS:
:OPERation
:[EVENt]?
:CONDition?
:ENABle
:QUEStionable
:[EVENt]?
:CONDition?
:ENABle
SYSTem:
:COMMunicate
:GPIB
:ADDRess
:SERial
:CONTrol
:RTS
:[RECeive]
:BAUD
Parameter
Notes
<boolean value>
[query only]
<numeric value>
<numeric value>
<numeric value>
<numeric value>
HIgh | LOw
<numeric value>
[query only]
<numeric value>
[query only, always returns "0"]
[query only, always returns "0"]
[implemented but not useful]
<numeric value>
[query only, always returns "0"]
[query only, always returns "0"]
[implemented but not useful]
<numeric value>
ON | IBFull | RFR
1200 | 2400 | 4800 | 9600
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:BITS
:ECHO
:PARity
:[TYPE]
:SBITS
:ERRor
:[NEXT]?
:COUNT?
:VERSion?
TRIGger:
:SOURce
*CLS
*ESE
*ESR?
*IDN?
*OPC
*SAV
*RCL
*RST
*SRE
*STB?
*TST?
*WAI
7|8
<boolean value>
EVEN | ODD | NONE
1|2
[query only]
[query only]
[query only]
INTernal | EXTernal | MANual | HOLD | IMMediate
[no query form]
<numeric value>
[query only]
[query only]
0|1|2|3
0|1|2|3
[no query form]
[no query form]
[no query form]
<numeric value>
[query only]
[query only]
[no query form]
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MECHANICAL INFORMATION
TOP COVER REMOVAL
If necessary, the interior of the instrument may be accessed by removing the four
Phillips screws on the top panel. With the four screws removed, the top cover may be
slid back (and off).
Always disconnect the power cord and allow the instrument to sit unpowered for 10
minutes before opening the instrument. This will allow any internal stored charge to
discharge.
There are no user-adjustable internal circuits. For repairs other than fuse replacement,
please contact Avtech ([email protected]) to arrange for the instrument to be
returned to the factory for repair. Service is to be performed solely by qualified service
personnel.
Caution: High voltages are present inside the instrument during normal operation.
Do not operate the instrument with the cover removed.
RACK MOUNTING
A rack mounting kit is available. The -R5 rack mount kit may be installed after first
removing the one Phillips screw on the side panel adjacent to the front handle.
ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE
To prevent electromagnetic interference with other equipment, all used outputs should
be connected to shielded loads using shielded coaxial cables. Unused outputs should
be terminated with shielded coaxial terminators or with shielded coaxial dust caps, to
prevent unintentional electromagnetic radiation. All cords and cables should be less
than 3m in length.
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MAINTENANCE
REGULAR MAINTENANCE
This instrument does not require any regular maintenance.
On occasion, one or more of the four rear-panel fuses may require replacement. All
fuses can be accessed from the rear panel. See the “FUSES” section for details.
CLEANING
If desired, the interior of the instrument may be cleaned using compressed air to
dislodge any accumulated dust. (See the “TOP COVER REMOVAL” section for
instructions on accessing the interior.) No other cleaning is recommended.
TRIGGER DAMAGE
The rear-panel TRIG input, used in the external trigger mode, is protected by a diode
clamping circuit. However, the protection circuit is not foolproof, and it is possible for a
grossly excessive signal to damage the trigger circuitry on the main timing control
board (the 4Г—10 inch board on the right side of the instrument).
The IC that is most likely to fail under these conditions is installed in a socket. It is a
standard TTL IC in a 16-pin plastic DIP package, model 74F151 or equivalent.
If you suspect that this IC has been damaged, turn off the power and replace this IC. It
may be replaced by a 74F151, 74LS151, 74ALS151, or 74HCT151.
WIRING DIAGRAMS
WIRING OF AC POWER
1
3
4
5
M a in s c i r c u it s - h a z a r d o u s li v e .
D o n o t a t te m p t a n y r e p a i r s o n t h i s i n s t r u m e n t
b e y o n d t h e f u s e r e p la c e m e n t p r o c e d u r e s d e s c r i b e d
i n t h e m a n u a l . C o n t a c t A v t e c h i f th e i n s t r u m e n t
r e q u i r e s s e r v i c i n g . S e r v ic e i s t o b e p e r f o r m e d
s o l e l y b y q u a l i fi e d s e r v i c e p e r s o n n e l .
A3 - B LA CK
B D 2
P C B 1 0 4 D K E Y P A D B O A R D ( - B U N IT S O N L Y )
FRONT
TO L C D
1 a
V 2 V 2 +
V 1 +
V 1 -
S N S
S N S
S N S
S N S
R T N
F A IL
V 1 S H R
V 2 S H R
TO E N C O D E R
TO L C D
A
K
1
R E AR
P S 1
R
O
Y
G
TO P C B 1 0 8
N
1 0 4 D
L
V 1
V 1 R TN
V 2 R TN
V 2
G
TEM P
O V
A U X
1 b
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
2 b
IN D U S T R I E S G R S -4 0 2 2 - 0 0 1 3 )
M o le x 1 9 0 0 2 - 0 0 0 9 . 0 . 1 8 7 " x 0 . 0 3 2 "
2
D
2 a
A1 - B RO W N
A2 - B LU E
S af e ty e a rth g rou n d /
P r im a r y e a rt h g r o u n d /
P r o t e c t iv e c o n d u c t o r te r m i n a l.
G2
B1 - R ED
G
Y
B
X 1
P O W E R S W I T C H S W 3 2 5 -N D ( C W
A 4 - W H I TE
G3
D
6
G4
N
A A D 1 3 0 S D -6 0 -A
L
W A R N IN G
2
X 2
C O R C O M 6 E G G 1 -2 P O W E R E N T R Y M O D U L E
G1
C
-
+
DC
FA N
20 AW G
20 OR 2 4 A W G
24 AW G
+
N /C
D C IN
D C IN
N /C
D C G N D
C H S G N D
+
V
V
V
V
V
D
D
V
V
J2
+ 2 4 , N O O LO
G N D
P O S O LO
O L O G N D
N E G O L O /+ IN
J3
G N D
M o le x 1 9 0 7 3 - 0 0 1 3 r i n g t e r m i n a l, # 8 .
I n s t a l l g r e e n / y e l lo w w i r e s a t b o t t o m o f s t a c k , c lo s e s t t o w a ll .
J6
C A P B A N K
G N D
B U + /E X T P S
G N D
- IN /+ O U T
G N D
+ 1 2 V O LO
G N D
P 9 7 6 8 -N D
FA N1
J8
+ 1 0
+ 1 5
-1 5
-5
+ 5
G N
G N
+ 5
+ 5
C3 - P UR
C4 - G RN
J10
+ 2 4 V , N O O LO
+ 2 4 V , N O O LO
G N D
+ 5 V N S Y
+ 5 V R EG
-5 V
-1 5 V
+ 1 5 V N S Y
+ 1 5 V R EG
+ 1 0 V
J1
FA N NO T
HA RN ES SE D
C
M o le x 1 9 0 0 2 - 0 0 0 1 . 0 . 2 5 0 " x 0 . 0 3 2 " .
G N D
G N D
G N D
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S ec o n d a ry e arth g rou n d .
20 A W G
J4
20 A W G
J9 - FA N
A
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B
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J7
A M B ER
G N D J5
G R EEN
P C B 1 58 P
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T i t le
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1
2
3
4
5
6
5H
PCB 158P - LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY, 1/3
1
D
2
X 8
X 1 3
6 - 3 2 1 /4 " S S S C R E W , 0 6 0 4 M P P 1 8 8
6 -3 2 S S E X T T O O T H W A S H E R , 0 6 W E 1 8 8
X 9
X 1 4
6 - 3 2 1 /4 " S S S C R E W , 0 6 0 4 M P P 1 8 8
6 -3 2 S S E X T T O O T H W A S H E R , 0 6 W E 1 8 8
X 1 2
X 1 6
4 - 4 0 1 /4 " S S S C R E W , 0 4 0 4 M P P 1 8 8
4 -4 0 S S E X T T O O T H W A S H E R , 0 4 W E 1 8 8
X 1 7
X 1 9
3
4
5
6
D
p cb1 5 8 P _ o v p
p c b 1 5 8 P _ o v p .s c h
+ 1 5 V
-1 5 V
C
+ 1 5 V
G N D
-1 5 V
B U +
P -O U T # 1
J3
6
5
4
3
2
1
2 - 5 6 1 /4 " S S S C R E W , 0 2 0 4 M P P 1 8 8
2 -5 6 S S E X T T O O T H W A S H E R , 0 2 W E 1 8 8
X 1 8
X 2 0
2 - 5 6 1 /4 " S S S C R E W , 0 2 0 4 M P P 1 8 8
2 -5 6 S S E X T T O O T H W A S H E R , 0 2 W E 1 8 8
6 4 0 4 4 5 - 6 , D ig i A 1 9 7 3 -N D
X 4
X 2 3
J4
2 - 5 6 1 /4 " S S S C R E W , 0 2 0 4 M P P 1 8 8
2 -5 6 S S E X T T O O T H W A S H E R , 0 2 W E 1 8 8
8
7
6
5
4
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p c b 1 5 8 P _ s w it c h in g
p c b 1 5 8 P _ s w it c h in g .s c h
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2 - 5 6 1 /4 " S S S C R E W , 0 2 0 4 M P P 1 8 8
2 -5 6 S S E X T T O O T H W A S H E R , 0 2 W E 1 8 8
+ 1 5 V
-1 5 V
X 2 5
B U +
EX T
N E G IN
+ 1 5 V
G N D
-1 5 V
P -O U T # 1
C
P -O U T # 2
N -O U T
C A P B A N K
6 4 0 4 4 5 - 8 , D ig i A 1 9 7 4 -N D
A M B ER
G R EEN
P -O U T # 3
# 2 S S F LA T W A S H ER , 0 2 W M 1 8 8
1
2
3
# 2 S S F LA T W A S H ER , 0 2 W M 1 8 8
X 2 7
1
2
X 2 6
B
B
J7
6 4 0 4 5 6 - 2 , D ig i A 1 9 2 1 -N D
J5
6 4 0 4 5 6 - 3 , D ig i A 1 9 4 7 0 -N D
# 2 S S F LA T W A S H ER , 0 2 W M 1 8 8
X 2 8
# 2 S S F LA T W A S H ER , 0 2 W M 1 8 8
A
A
T i t le
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1
2
3
4
5
6
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1
2
3
4
5
6
F 3
D i g i W K 6 2 3 2 -N D F U S E H O L D E R
D
B A R E 1 5 8 N 3 P C B
-1 5 V
-1 5 V
+ 1 5 V
+ 1 5 V
, D ig i A 1 9 7 3 -N D
TP 3
T E S T -L O O P , D i g i 5 0 0 5 K - N D
B
X
TP 6
T E S T -L O O P , D i g i 5 0 0 5 K - N D
4
6 4 0 4 4 5 -6
J6
S 1
1
S 1
2
S 2
3
S 2
4
5
6
X 2 2
3
P C B 1 5 8 A L ,V 2 B R A C K E T
1
2
A
A
X 2 1
A
B , O R D C
A , O R D C
B
L5
B U +
M o u s e r 4 3 4 -7 7 A - 1 0 0 M - 0 1
D
C 2 0
C 1 9
C 2 1
2 . 2 u F , D i g 4 i 7 4 u 4 F 5 / 5- 2 0 8 V9 , 6 D- N i g D i P 5 5 7 0 4- N7 uD F / 5 0 V , D i g i P 5 5 7 0 - N D
R 2 0
C 2 2
1 0 K
1 0 0 0 u F /3 5 V , D ig i P 5 1 6 9 -N D
C 1 6
D 7
D i g i 1 . 5 K E 3 9 A L F C T -N D
G N D
1 0 0 0 u F /3 5 V , D ig i P 5 1 6 9 -N D
J2
6 4 0 4 4 5 - 9 , D ig i A 1 9 8 9 3 -N D
EG
S Y
1 - 6 4 0 4 5 6 -0 , D i g i A 1 9 2 5 - N D
J1
J1 0
R 5
C
0 , F O R 7 8 2 4 B Y P A S S . N O R M A L L Y IN S T A L L E D .
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C
+ 1 0 V
+ 1 5 V
+ 1 5 V
-1 5 V
-5 V
+ 5 V R
+ 5 V N
G N D
+ 2 4 V
+ 2 4 V
R EG
N S Y
X 6
T IE -D O W N -3 5 0
6 4 0 4 5 6 - 3 , D ig i A 1 9 4 7 0 -N D
P -O U T # 1
+ 1 0 V
U 5
N O T U S E D (7 8 2 4 )
R 2 9
C 1
4 7 u F /3 5 V , D ig i P 5 5 5 0 -N D
N O T U S E D
2
G N D
1
1
R 3 0
0
B
L2
3
+
2
J9
6 4 0 4 4 5 - 2 , D ig i A 1 9 7 1 -N D
+ 1 5 V
V in
M o u s e r 4 3 4 -7 7 A - 1 0 1 M - 0 1
C 3
C 6
2 . 2 u F , D i g i 4 4 5 - 2 8 9 4 6 7 - Nu DF / 3 5 V , D i g i P 5 5 5 0 - N D
D i g i 4 5 4 - 1 4 3 8 - N D , M fg A E E 0 0 C C 3 6 -L
V o u t
3
G N D
+
U 1 1
7 8 1 5
1
C 3 2
4 7 u F /3 5 V , D ig i P 5 5 5 0 -N D
B
2
1
4
C 1 3
4 7 u F /5 0 V , D ig i P 5 5 7 0 -N D
F O R N O IS Y S U B C IR C U IT S
M o u s e r 4 3 4 -7 7 A - 1 0 1 M - 0 1
C 8
C 4
2 . 2 u F , D i g i 4 4 5 - 2 8 9 4 6 7 - Nu DF / 3 5 V , D i g i P 5 5 5 0 - N D
C
-1 5 V
1
2
-
2
L1
3
V o u t
C 7
4 7 u F /5 0 V , D ig i P 5 5 7 0 -N D
U 1
5
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3
V in
V o u t
U 4
L4
-5 V
M o u s e r 4 3 4 -7 7 A - 1 0 1 M - 0 1
C 1 2
C 5
2 . 2 u F , D i g i 4 4 5 - 2 8 9 4 6 7 - Nu DF / 3 5 V , D i g i P 5 5 5 0 - N D
C
+
4
3
C 2 9
+
N O T U S E D (4 7 u F / 3 5 V , D i g i P 5 5 5 0 -N D )
N O T U S E D
3
G N D
V o u t
2
1 6
1 5
1 4
C 3 3
4 7 u F /3 5 V , D ig i P 5 5 5 0 -N D
2
3
J1 1
IN +
IN GN D
O U T+
O U T-
L6
1
2
N O T U S E D (M o u s e r 4 3 4 -7 7 A - 1 0 1 M - 0 1 )
3
4
N O R M A LLY U N U S ED
N O T U S E D (6 4 0 4 5 6 - 4 )
1
2
3
4
5
N O T U S E D (6 4 0 4 4 5 - 5 )
-O U T
N /C
+ O U T
N /C
N /C
N /C
+ IN
N /C
N /C
N O T U S E D (2 . 2 u F , D i g i 4 4 5 -2 8 9 6 - N D )
C 3 1
N O T U S E D (4 7 u F / 3 5 V , D i g i P 5 5 5 0 -N D )
C 3 0
J1 2
U 8
N O T U S E D (M K C 0 3 )
U 9
N O T U S E D (S B 0 3 / S B 0 5 )
1 0
1 1
1 2
-
A
1
5
1
2
3
-
-O U T
+ O U T
- IN
U 1 0
2
V in
9
1 0
1 1
D i g i A E E 0 1 A A 3 6 - L -N D , M f g A E E 0 1 A A 3 6 - L
+ 5 V
-1 0 1 M -0 1
C 9
4
7
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5
V
,
D
i
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i
P
5
5
5
0
-N D
9 6 -N D
2 3
2 2
M o u s e r 4 3 4 -7 7 A
C 1 1
2 .2 u F , D ig i 4 4 5 -2 8
+ IN
+ IN
L3
3
+
- IN
- IN
+
1 5
1 4
1 3
1
4
-O U T
+ O U T
- IN
C
U 1 2
7 8 0 5
1
2 4
2 3
2 2
5
-
+ IN
N /C
N /C
-
2
A
C 2 7
N O T U S E D (4 7 u F / 5 0 V , D i g i P 5 5 7 0 -N D )
T i t le
D a te
C 2 8
N O T U S E D (4 7 u F / 5 0 V , D i g i P 5 5 7 0 -N D )
D C /D C , A N D O V E R - V O L T A G E P R O T E C T I O N
R e v is i o n
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PCB 158P - LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY, 3/3
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2
3
4
5
6
R 2 1
1 . 5 K o r 1 .8 K O Y , D i g i O Y 1 5 2 K E - N D
X 2
D 6
R 2 6
C A P B A N K
1 5 K
C 2 3
1 0 0 0 u F /3 5 V , D ig i P 5 1 6 9 -N D
D i g i 6 7 -1 3 5 9 - 1 -N D
H V W A R N IN G
R 1 7
D
S H O R TS O U T B A S E W H E N C H A R G IN G .
0 , I F O L O U S E S E X T P S . N O T N O R M A L L Y IN S T A L L E D .
3
EX T
4
R 1 5
B U +
K 4
D i g i P S 7 2 0 6 -1 A A - N D
0 , I F O L O U S E S I N T P S . N O R M A L L Y IN S T A L L E D .
4
+
-
3
1
1
C 2 5
4 7 u F /5 0 V , D ig i P 5 5 7 0 -N D
2
2
1 N 5 3 0 5 , M o u s er 6 1 0 -1 N 5 3 0 5
K 5
R 2
4
2
5
4
N O T U S E D (G 2 R L -1 4 - D C 2 4 )
R 2 8
+ IN
V +
P -O U T # 1
C
5 .1 K
- IN
K 3
1 N 4 1 4 8 , D i g i 1 N 4 1 4 8 D IC T - N D
D 1 0
D 2
R 2 3
2
U 6
L T 6 1 0 6 C S 5 , D ig i L T 6 1 0 6 C S 5 # T R M P B F C T -N D
1
+ 1 5 V
4
R 2 4
2
4 7 0
-1 5 V
1 4
-
C
+
-
-
+
-
+
R 6
2
4 7 0
R 1
4
N -O U T
R 1 3
4 7 0 , IF N O K 2 . N O R M A L L Y IN S T A L L E D .
N O T U S E D (A Q Z 1 0 2 )
0 , I F -1 5 V S W I T C H E D B Y O L O . N O T N O R M A L L Y IN S T A L L E D .
3
1
+ 1 5 V
D 1
1 N 4 7 3 6 A , D i g i 1 N 4 7 3 6 A D IC T - N D
C 1 5
N O T U S E D (A Q Z 1 0 2 )
R 1 1
4 .7 K
1 2
3 0 0
C 2 4
4 7 u F /3 5 V , P 5 5 5 0 - N D
B
Q 1 C
M P Q 2 2 2 2 - A V TEC H
+
3
N E G IN
R 2 7
1 0 0
K 6
1 N 4 1 4 8 , D i g i 1 N 4 1 4 8 D IC T - N D
D I S A B L E A T P O W E R -O N
(+ 1 5 V L A G S H V B Y 5 0 0 m s )
K 2
3
2
3
-
+
4 7 0 , IF N O K 6 . N O R M A L L Y IN S T A L L E D .
1 N 4 7 3 3 A , D ig i 1 N 4 7 3 3 A D IC T - N D
A Q Z 1 0 2 , D i g i 2 5 5 -1 5 6 7 - N D
R 2 2
P -O U T # 2
1
-
0 , IF K 7 N O T U S E D . N O R M A L L Y IN S T A L L E D .
1
+
1
4
D 9
D I S A B L E A T P O W E R -O F F
G N D
1 2 0 O Y , D ig i O Y 1 2 1 K E -N D
1 0
3 0 0
+
R 1 0
O U T
R 1 4
Q 1 D
M P Q 2 2 2 2 - A V TEC H
8
R 3
2
0 . 1 u F , D i g i 3 9 9 - 4 1 5 1 -N D
U 7
8
V +
R 7
7 5 K
4
2
6
5
7
1
D IS A B L E O L O W H E N C H A R G IN G .
T E S T -L O O P , D i g i 5 0 0 5 K - N D
TP 2
3 K
R 9
Q 1 A
M P Q 2 2 2 2 - A V TEC H
3
1
C 1 4
4 7 u F /3 5 V , P 5 5 5 0 - N D
C 1 8
E S ET
R IG
H R
O U T
O N T
IS
A M B ER
6 8 0
B
+ 1 5 V
3
G N D
R 1 8
1 .2 K
R 1 6
1 .2 K
G R EEN
D i g i M C 1 4 5 5 P 1 G O S -N D
Q 1 B
M P Q 2 2 2 2 - A V TEC H
(A N Y 1 5 V , N O N -C M O S 5 5 5 )
R 1 2
1 K
5
C 2
R
T
T
C
D
R 1 9
7
T E S T - L O O P , D i g i 5 0 0 5 K -DN i Dg i 2 5 C T Q 0 4 0 P B F - N D I N 5 9 1 2 0 2 B 0 4 0 0 0 G H E A T S I N K
A Q Z 1 0 2 , D i g i 2 5 5 -1 5 6 7 - N D
K 1
3
+
-
W L A R 1 0 0 F E (0 . 1 O H M S ) - D ig i , M o u s e r , O n l i n e C o m p o n e n t s
1
4
2
C 1 0
4 7 u F /5 0 V , D ig i P 5 5 7 0 -N D
R 8
N O T U S E D (2 2 A Y )
TP 5
1
-
W L A R 1 0 0 F E (0 . 1 O H M S ) - D ig i , M o u s e r , O n l i n e C o m p o n e n t s
3
D 5
3
5
T E S T -L O O P , D i g i 5 0 0 5 K - N D
+
N O T U S E D (A Q Z 1 0 2 )
R 2 5
P -O U T # 3
2
1
B
X
4
1
2
TP 4
3
A
A
D 4
0 . 1 u F , D i g i 3 9 9 - 4 1 5 1 -N D
R 4
1 5 0
U 3
7 8 1 2 , D i g i M C 7 8 1 2 A C T G O S -N D
3
V in
V o u t
K 7
F 2
C 2 6
D i g i W K 6 2 3 2 -N D F U S E H O L D E R
G N D
D
TP 1
X 3
6 -3 2 M O U N T
X 1
K E Y S T O N E 6 2 1 , D ig i 6 2 1 K -N D
2 2 0 u F ,1 6 V ( P 5 1 3 9 - N D )
T E S T -L O O P , D i g i 5 0 0 5 K - N D
N O T U S E D (1 0 0 0 u F / 3 5 V , P 5 1 6 9 -N D )
A
-1 5 V
X 1 0
6 -3 2 M O U N T
-1 5 V
C 1 7
0 . 1 u F , D i g i 3 9 9 - 4 1 5 1 -N D
A
X 7
T i t le
+ 1 5 V
+ 1 5 V
5 9 1 2 0 2 B 0 4 0 0 0 G H E A T S I N K , IN S T A L L E D A S L O W
O V E R - C U R R E N T P R O T E C T IO N
A S P O S S IB L E
D a te
G N D
R e v is i o n
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PCB 168B - HIGH VOLTAGE DC POWER SUPPLY
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3
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5
6
D
D
X2
X1
J3
HV WA RN ING
2
1
HV WA RN ING
J4
D5
D4
1 N4 9 3 7
1 N4 9 3 7
6 4 04 4 5 -2
2
1
6 4 04 4 5 -2
D3
D2
1 N49 3 7
R8
1 0 0 OY
1 N4 9 3 7
C
C
R1 0
R1 1
BLEED
BLEED
R9
9
8
GN D
GN D
OU T
OU T
11
10
BLEED
12
13
GN D
+2 4V I N
MON
EN
GN D
AD JUST
REF OUT
CASE
CASE
UV 1
1 /8 A 24 -P2 0
R6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R4
R5
B
CW
B
W
D1
1 N4 7 5 0
C1
2 .2 u F CER
6 4 04 4 5 -2
R3
R2
R1
J2
+24V OLO
ENA BLE
AMP IN
R7
5 K, 3 2 6 6W
CC W
1
2
TOP VIEW
J1
3
2
1
6 4 04 5 6 -3
A
A
Title
Date
UV-A CONTROL PCB
Revision
3-Nov-2005
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PCB 104E - KEYPAD / DISPLAY BOARD, 1/3
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D
D
A H E 1 0 G -N D , M fg 4 9 9 9 1 0 -1 , 1 0 p i n s tra i g h t h e a d e r
J5
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5
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7
8
9
1 0
C
C
L C D -B U T T
L C D -B U T T .S C H
S
S
G
V
V
B
DA
CL
ND
CC
C C -L E D
A C K L IG H T
ENC O DER
E NC O D E R .SC H
S
S
G
V
B
DA
CL
ND
CC
I2 C _ IN T
S IN G L E P U L S E
B
B A C K L IG H T
A
A
T i tl e
D a te
P A N E L T O P -L E V E L S C H E M A T I C
R e v is i o n
3 -M a r-2 0 1 1
Z :\m jc fil e s \p c b \1 0 4 e \k e y p a d - 2 0 1 0 .d d b - D o c u m e n ts \P a n e lb r d .p r j
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PCB 104E - KEYPAD / DISPLAY BOARD, 2/3
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2
3
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U 4A
V CC
C 10
B UT1
U 7
Q 1
B U
M M BT22 22 A B U
B U
B U
R 1
T
T
T
T
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
1
2
1 5K
V CC
1
V CC
2 .2 u F
R 4
1 5K
D
2
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
G
V CC
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
ND
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
V CC
S DA
S CL
IN T
P 7
P 6
P 5
P 4
M M 74 HC 1 4N
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
C 4
0 .1 u F
C 15
0 .1 u F
C 13
0 .1 u F
C 11
B UT2
4
D
3
2 .2 u F
B UT6
B UT5
M M 74 HC 1 4N
U 4C
P C F 8 5 7 4 A P N (M U S T H A V E " A " IN P / N )
J8
6 4 0 4 5 6 -2
C 2
0 .1 u F
G ND
U 4B
C 12
B UT3
6
5
2 .2 u F
U 6
1
1
1
1
4
5
4
1
5
1
0
9
C
D
C
L
A
B
C
D
M M 74 HC 1 4N
TE N
/U
LK
OA D
1 2
1 3
M A X /M IN
R CO
Q
Q
Q
Q
U 4D
C 9
3
2
6
7
A
B
C
D
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
T
T
T
T
4
5
6
7
B UT4
8
9
2 .2 u F
M M 74 HC 1 4N
U 4E
C D7 4H C 19 1M
C 7
B UT5
U 1D
C
9
8
1
1
1
M M 74HC 1 4N
1
4
5
4
1
5
1
0
9
C
D
C
L
A
B
C
D
1 0
1 1
X 6
U 8
TE N
/U
LK
OA D
1 2
1 3
M A X /M IN
R CO
Q
Q
Q
Q
3
2
6
7
A
B
C
D
2 .2 u F
V CC
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
T
T
T
T
0
1
2
3
C
M M 74 HC 1 4N
1
2
3
4
5
R ED , + 5V
U 4F
O RA N GE,B
Y EL LO W , A
G R E EN , G N D
C 6
B UT6
1 2
1 3
2 .2 u F
M M 74 HC 1 4N
6 0 0 E N -1 2 8 -C N 1
C D7 4H C 19 1M
U 1E
C 1
S IN G L E P U L S E
C 14
M M 74 HC 1 4N
V CC
0 .1 u F
V CC
B
0 .1 u F
U 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2 .2 u F
C 16
V CC
0 .1 u F
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
G
1 1
R N2
R N1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
V CC
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
ND
V CC
S DA
S CL
IN T
P 7
P 6
P 5
P 4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
R N3
4 6 0 8 X -1 -4 7 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C 3
V CC
1 0
4 6 0 8 X -2 -1 0 1
4 6 0 8 X -2 -1 0 1
V CC
J7
A UX
O V
T EM P
3
2
1
X 5
8 2 -6 0 1 -8 1 , 6 b u t to n k e y p a d
6 4 0 4 5 6 -3
P C F 8 5 7 4 A P N (M U S T H A V E " A " IN P / N )
M OV E
1 A
U 2
V CC
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
T
T
T
T
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
G
6 A
2 B
5 A
3 B
4 A
6 B
V CC
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
ND
V CC
S DA
S CL
IN T
P 7
P 6
P 5
P 4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
C
C
C
C
N
N
N
N
T
T
T
T
7
6
5
4
X 10
S DA
S CL
I2 C _ IN T
2 A
/1 0
5 B
X 2
8 2 -1 0 1 -7 1 , 1 b u t to n k e y p a d
+ /1 A
P C F 8 5 7 4 A P N (M U S T H A V E " A " IN P / N )
A
C HA N GE
1 B
1 B
3 A
E X T R A F IN E
4 B
R 2
1 00 K
A
T i tl e
V CC
D a te
E N C O D E R , B U TT O N S , A N D P LD
R e v is i o n
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PCB 104E - KEYPAD / DISPLAY BOARD, 3/3
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3
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5
6
V CC
V CC
C 5
0 .1 u F
G ND
C 8
2 .2 u F
D
D
V CC
U 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P AD 3
L ED +
P AD 4
L ED -
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
G
V CC
0
1
2
0
1
2
3
ND
V CC
S DA
S CL
IN T
P 7
P 6
P 5
P 4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
S DA
S CL
P C F 8 5 7 4 A P N (M U S T H A V E " A " IN P / N )
C
U 1A
L CD P O W ER
C
U 1C
1
2
5
M M 74 HC 1 4N
6
M M 74 HC 1 4N
V CC
U 1B
U 1F
3
4
1 3
M M 74 HC 1 4N
R N4
R 3
2 2
V CC
1 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
M M 74 HC 1 4N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
V CC
1 6
4 8 1 6 P -0 0 2 -1 0 2
B
B
X 10
A
4 -4 0 M O U N T
4 -4 0 M O U N T
X 3
X 1
4 -4 0 M O U N T
X 9
X 8
4 -4 0 M O U N T
V CC
1
1
1
1
2
4
6
8
0
2
4
6
K
D
D
D
D
R
V
V
N
B6
B4
B2
B0
/W
EE
CC
C
1
3
5
7
9
1 1
1 3
1 5
D
D
D
D
B7
B5
B3
B1
E1
R S
V SS
E2
AHE16G-ND, Mfg 499910-3, 16 pin straight header
A
A
T i tl e
D a te
L C D C IR C U IT S , M E C H A N I C A L
R e v is i o n
3 -M a r-2 0 1 1
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MAIN WIRING
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1 /4 A2 4 -P 3 0 -ME, W ITH PCB 1 6 8 B
UV 1
J 23 4-N D SP AC ER S X2
TO PC B 158
GN D
+LV
OL O GN D
+2 4 V, O LO
HV
HV
168
SSR
EN
VC
D
R7
R6
R4
R5
R3
R2
R1
D
GN D
GN D
= 5K 32 66W
= 3.9K
= NOT US ED
= NOT US ED
= NOT US ED
= ZE RO OHM
= NOT US ED
D2
D3
D4
D5
= 1N 4937A
= 1N 4937A
= NOT US ED
= NOT US ED
R8 = 100 OY
R9 = 47K
R1 0 = NOT US ED
R1 1 = NOT US ED
CH S GN D
NOT S UI TAB LE FOR AP D.
1 /4 A2 4 -P 3 0 -ME, W ITH PCB 1 6 8 B
UV 2
J 23 4-N D SP AC ER S X2
HV
HV
= 1N 4937A
= 1N 4937A
= NOT US ED
= NOT US ED
R8 = 100 OY
R9 = 47K
R1 0 = NOT US ED
R1 1 = NOT US ED
SY NC
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
CH S GN D
10 PI N R IB BON T O R EA R
CH S GN D
RE D
TR IG
B
CO NN 4
OU T
SM A4
OU T (R EAR )
GN D
GN D
AL AR M
GN D
+5 V O N/ OF F
GN D
VP W 2
SSR
GN D
TR IG
C
CO NN 3
NE TW OR K
ON -V XI U NITS ON LY
CO NN 2
GA TE
CO NN 5
EX T T RIG
B
OU T
VF
AU X
GN D
AMP
GN D
GN D
HV 1
HV 1
CONT ROL
+1 5 V ON /O FF
+5 V O N/ OF F
MAIN OU T
SY NC O UT
EX T T RIG
GA TE
XR LY 1
XR LY 2 (DU AL PW )
XR LY 3 (V-I)
XR LY 4 (EO)
XR LY 5
AMPL RN G 0
AMPL RN G 1
AMPL RN G 2
AMPL RN G 3
AMPL RN G 4
O. SPE EDU P-RNG
O. EA
O. SINE
O. TR I
O. SQ U
O. LO GIC
O. ZO UT/ PW R NG
O. PO L
SPA RE, 0 -1 0 V
PW , 0 -1 0 V
OF FSET, 0 -1 0 V
AMPL ITU DE , 0 -1 0 V
EA
D2
D3
D4
D5
+2 4 V
GN D
= 5K 32 66W
= 4.7K
= NOT US ED
= NOT US ED
= NOT US ED
= ZE RO OHM
= NOT US ED
TEM P
OV
AU X
R7
R6
R4
R5
R3
R2
R1
LA N
SY NC
CO NN 1
TR IG
A
K
C
GA TE
GN D
GN D
BD 2
PC B 2 5 5
VP RF
VS PAR E
BD 1
PC B1 0 4 E K EY PAD B OA RD
NO
C
NC
168
SSR
EN
VC
NO
NC
C
SW
GN D
+LV
HV 2
HV 2
GN D
GN D
PH
+2 4 V, N O OLO
OR
BD 3
PC B 1 8 8 B
A
A
AVR-EB4-B
Pri nte d
Re vis i on
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STANDARD TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-MIX)
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4
5
6
X 2
1 A
1 B
K E Y P A D 1
D
D
J1
-C
-E
-A
-K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
N
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
/C
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
C
W 1
W 1
E F L
E F L
/C
/C
/C
E F L
E F L
A
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
1 0 P IN H E A D E R
C
P 8
P 1 3
S P R IN G P IN
S P R IN G P IN
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 3 9 7 R E F L E C T IV E S E N S O R
C
P 1 4
0 3 7 8 P IN S O C K E T
P 1 2
P 1 7
0 3 7 8 P IN S O C K E T
0 3 7 8 P IN S O C K E T
P 7
E D 5 0 1 1 P IN S O C K E T
P 5
E D 5 0 1 1 P IN S O C K E T
B
P 1 8
P 3
P 1 0
E D 5 0 1 1 P IN S O C K E T
E D 5 0 1 1 P IN S O C K E T
H V A
R 1
H V B
IN
P 1 9
G N D
P 2
P 9
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
P 6
P 4
S P R IN G P IN
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
R 5
2 2 0 O Y
R 6
2 2 0 O Y
R 7
2 2 0 O Y
R 8
2 2 0 O Y
H V C
4 9 9 ,1 %
P 2 1
X 1
X 5
X 3
X 4
4 -4 0 M O U N T 4 -4 0 M O U N T 4 -4 0 M O U N T 4 -4 0 M O U N T
B
T O 5 0 O H M T E R M IN A T I O N
O U T
R 2
4 .9 9 K ,1 %
P 2 0
G N D
P 1 5
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
P 1 6
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
A
P 1
P 1 1
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
S P R IN G P IN
A
A V X - T R R A , A V X - T R R - M IX
P ri n te d
R e v i s io n
3 -D e c -2 00 9
3A
Z : \m j c f i l e s \ p c b \ 1 9 5 \ t rr - p c b . D d b - D o c u m e n t s \ t y p e A ( m i x ) \t y p e A - v 3 . S c h
1
2
3
4
5
6
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-AR1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
D
D
X2
1A
1B
KE YPA D1
C
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
C
J1
SW 1
SW 1
RE FL-C
RE FL-E
N/C
N/C
N/C
RE FL-A
RE FL-K
C
1 0 PIN HEA DE R, O N BO TTO M
E
K
U4
HO A1 3 9 7 REF LECT IV E S ENSO R
DU T1
G
G
G
G
G
G
P1
HV A
5
6
7
8
IN
P2
B
IN GN D
Y
Y
Y
Y
X
X
X
X
14
13
12
11
10
9
4
3
2
1
B
AR IES 9 89 0 -1 2 2 -2 3
X1
X5
X3
X4
4 -4 0 MO UN T 4 -4 0 MO UN T 4 -4 0 MO UN T 4 -4 0 MO UN T
HV B
R1
4 9 9 ,1 %
R4
4 9 9 ,1 %
R5
4 9 9 ,1 %
R6
4 9 9 ,1 %
R7
4 9 9 ,1 %
R8
4 9 9 ,1 %
R9
4 9 9 ,1 %
R1 0
4 9 9 ,1 %
R1 1
4 9 9 ,1 %
R2
R3
4 9 9 1 % SM D 4 . 9 9 K 1 % SMD
HV C
P5
OU T
P6
T O 50 OHM T ER MINA T I ON
OU T GN D
A
A
AVX-TRR-AR1
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1
2
3
4
5
6
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-AXPOST)
1
2
3
4
5
6
D
D
X 2
1 A
1 B
K E Y P A D 1
J1
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
-C
-E
-A
-K
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
N
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
/C
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
C
W 1
W 1
E F L
E F L
/C
/C
/C
E F L
E F L
A
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
C
1 0 P IN H E A D E R W IT H E J E C T O R S
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 3 9 7 R E F L E C T IV E S E N S O R
X 5
2 9 - 1 0 4 R E D W IT H T W O M 4 E X T T O O T H W A S H E R S
X 6
2 9 - 1 0 4 R E D W IT H T W O M 4 E X T T O O T H W A S H E R S
P 1
H V A
R 2
2 2 0 O Y
D U T 1
B
P 2
P A D -T O P
R 6
H V B
P A D -T O P
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
9
A
K
A
K
A
K
A
K
A
K
A
K
N C N C
S W S W
R 1
2 2 0 O Y
R 3
2 2 0 O Y
R 4
2 2 0 O Y
H V C
4 9 9 ,1 %
P 3
P A D -T O P
R 5
4 .9 9 K ,1 %
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
B
P 4
X 1
X 7
X 3
X 4
4 -4 0 M O U N T 4 -4 0 M O U N T 4 -4 0 M O U N T 4 -4 0 M O U N T
P A D -T O P
M IL L - M A X 6 1 2 - 9 3 - 3 1 6 - 4 1 - 0 0 1 0 0 0
X 8
B N C H A L F O F A J 3 6 2 4 -N D C A B L E
X 9
B N C H A L F O F A J 3 6 2 4 -N D C A B L E
A
A
A V X - T R R -A X P O S T
P ri n te d
R e v i s io n
2 5 - M a y- 2 0 0 9
1A
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1
2
3
4
5
6
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-SCHA / AVX-TRR-MSB-MELF)
1
2
3
D
4
5
6
D
X 2
1 A
1 B
K E Y P A D 1
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
-C
-E
-A
-K
C
W 1
W 1
E F L
E F L
/C
/C
/C
E F L
E F L
A
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
1 0 P IN H E A D E R
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 39 7 R E FL E C T IV E S E N SO R
C
C
B
B
J5 6 9 -N D
S M A 1
P 1
P 2
H V A
R 1
H V B
S PR IN G PIN
J5 69 -N D
S M A 2
H V C
X 1
4 -40 M O U N T
X 5
4 -40 M O U N T
X 3
4 -40 M O U N T
X 4
4 -40 M O U N T
T O 50 O H M T E R M IN A T IO N
4 99 ,1%
S PR IN G PIN
R 3
5 .6
R 2
4 .99 K ,1%
R 4
5 0 O H M , 1 %
A
A
A V X -T R R -S C H A
P r in t e d
R e v is io n
2 7 -A p r-2 0 0 7
Z : \m j c f i l e s \ p c b \ 1 9 5 \t rr-p c b . D d b - D o c u m e n t s \ typ e B . S c h
1
2
3
4
5
6
1B
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-SCHA / AVX-TRR-MSB-STUD)
1
2
3
D
4
5
6
D
X 2
1 A
1 B
K E Y P A D 1
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
-C
-E
-A
-K
C
W 1
W 1
E F L
E F L
/C
/C
/C
E F L
E F L
A
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
1 0 P IN H E A D E R
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 39 7 R E FL E C T IV E S E N SO R
C
C
B
B
J5 6 9 -N D
S M A 1
H V A
R 1
H V B
J5 69 -N D
S M A 2
H V C
X 1
4 -40 M O U N T
X 5
4 -40 M O U N T
X 3
4 -40 M O U N T
X 4
4 -40 M O U N T
T O 50 O H M T E R M IN A T IO N
4 99 ,1%
5
1
3
7
6
2
4
8
R 3
5 .6
R 2
4 .99 K ,1%
R 4
5 0 O H M , 1 %
D U T 1
D O -4 O R D O -5
A
A
A V X -T R R -M S B , p a rt 2
P r in t e d
R e v is io n
2 7 -A p r-2 0 0 7
Z : \m j c f i l e s \ p c b \ 1 9 5 \t rr-p c b . D d b - D o c u m e n t s \ typ e C . S c h
1
2
3
4
5
6
1A
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-BTA)
1
2
3
4
D
5
6
X 1 3
X 1 7
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
W M
X 1 4
X 1 8
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
1 2 o f N - 7 7 5 0 - 1 2 5 , 1 / 2 " d i a , 1 / 8 " h o l e , 0 . 0 2 5 " t h i c k , n y l o n w a s h De r
X 1 5
X 1 9
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
4 of 4 -40 N Y L O N IN SE R T W A S H E R S
X 1 6
X 2 0
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
1 0 o f 4 -4 0 FL A T
X 9
X 2 1
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
6 of 4 -40 E X T T O O T H W A S H E R
X 1 0
X 2 2
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
4 of 4 -40 1 /2" S C R E W
X 1 1
X 2 5
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
2 of 4 -40 5 /16 " S C R E W
X 1 2
X 2 3
4 -4 0 M O U N T 1 / 2 IN C H PA D
8 -3 2 3 /8 " S C R E W
X 8
X 2 4
C H R O M E K N O B (L E E V A L L E Y 01 W 13 0 1)
8 -3 2 E X T T O O T H W A S H E R
X 6
X 2 6
K E Y S T O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
8 -3 2 FL A T W A S H E R
B E R G S PR 1 0 -9 S PR IN G
W A SH E R
X 2
1 A
1 B
K E Y P A D 1
J1
-C
-E
-A
-K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
C
C
C
W 1
W 1
E F L
E F L
/C
/C
/C
E F L
E F L
A
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
1 0 P IN H E A D E R
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 3 9 7 R E FL E C T IV E S E N SO R
X 7
K E Y S T O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
P 1
7 0 -T S PR IN G PI N , T R IM M E D
B
J5 6 9 -N D
S M A 1
P 2
7 0 -T S PR IN G PI N , T R IM M E D
B
H V A
R 1
H V B
R 5
2 20 O Y
R 6
2 20 O Y
R 7
2 20 O Y
R 8
2 20 O Y
J5 69 -N D
S M A 2
H V C
T O 50 O H M T E R M IN A T IO N
4 99 ,1%
X 1
4 -40 M O U N T PA D
R 2
X 5
4 -40 M O U N T PA D
X 3
4 -4 0 M O U N T PA D
X 4
4 -40 M O U N T PA D
4 .99 K ,1%
A
A
A V X -T R R -B T A
P r in t e d
R e v is io n
5 -F e b -2 0 0 8
1A
Z : \m j c f i l e s \ p c b \ 1 9 5 \t rr-p c b . D d b - D o c u m e n t s \ typ e E (B i o t ro n i k )\t y p e E -v 1 .S c h
1
2
3
4
5
6
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-ANB)
1
2
3
X 28
X 30
A D 4 6 A B S R IV E T
A -1 3 0 3 -1 4 0 -0 , 5 / 1 6 I N C H S P A C E R
X 29
X 31
A D 4 6 A B S R IV E T
A -1 3 0 3 -1 4 0 -0 , 5 / 1 6 I N C H S P A C E R
4
5
X 22
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
D
6
X 23
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 24
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 25
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
D
X 14
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 15
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 16
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 17
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 18
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 19
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 20
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 21
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 2
1 A
C
1 B
C
K EY PA D 1
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
N
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
/C
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
X 6
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 7
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 8
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 9
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 10
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 11
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 12
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 13
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 26
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
X 27
K EY ST O N E 6 21 B R A C K E T
C
W 1
W 1
E F L-C
E F L-E
/C
/C
/C
E F L-A
E F L-K
A
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
1 0 P IN H E A D E R
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 39 7 R E FL EC TIV E S EN SO R
B
B
P 1
P 2
7 0 -3 H , S e rr a te d h e a d s p r in g p i n 7 0 -3 H , S e rr a te d h e a d s p r in g p i n
P 18
IN
H VA
R 1
H VB
R 3
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 4
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 5
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 6
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 7
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 8
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 9
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 10
4 9 9 ,1 %
R 11
4 9 9 ,1 %
4 9 9 ,1 %
H VC
P 21
O UT
X 1
4 -4 0 M O U N T
R 2
X 5
4 -4 0 M O U N T
X 3
4 -4 0 M O U N T
X 4
4 -4 0 M O U N T
4 .9 9 K ,1 %
P 19
P 20
G ND
G ND
A
A
A V X- TR R - A N B
P ri n t e d
R e v is i o n
2 3-N ov -20 1 0
Z :\m jc fil e s \p c b \1 9 5 \ tr r - p c b .D d b - D o c u m e n ts \ty p e D ( A N B ) \t yp e D - v 3 . S c h
1
2
3
4
5
6
3A
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-SDA)
1
2
3
4
5
6
X 2
1 A
1 B
K EY PA D 1
D
D
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
N
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
B9
/C
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
C
W 1
W 1
E F L-C
E F L-E
/C
/C
/C
E F L-A
E F L-K
A
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
1 0 P IN H E A D E R
C
P 8
P 13
S P R IN G P IN
S P R IN G P IN
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 39 7 R E FL EC TIV E S EN SO R
C
P 14
0 3 7 8 P IN S O C K E T
P 12
P 17
N OT U SED
P 4
N OT U SE D
0 3 7 8 P IN S O C K E T
X 1
4 -4 0 M O U N T
B
P 18
H VA
H VB
IN
P 2
R 3
R 4
R 5
R 6
R 7
R 8
R 9
R 10
R 11
4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 % 4 9 9 ,1 %
P 21
H VC
4 9 9 ,1 %
X 3
4 -4 0 M O U N T
X 4
4 -4 0 M O U N T
B
O UT
R 2
P 20
P 6
G ND
X 5
4 -4 0 M O U N T
T O 5 0 O H M T E R M IN A T I O N
4 .9 9 K ,1 %
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
P 19
R 1
G ND
S P R IN G P IN
P 15
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
P 16
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
A
P 1
P 11
E D 5 0 3 1 P IN S O C K E T
S P R IN G P IN
A
A V X - T R R A , A V X -T R R -M I X
P ri n t e d
R e v is i o n
2 1 - D e c -2 0 1 0
Z :\m jc fil e s \p c b \1 9 5 \ tr r - p c b .D d b - D o c u m e n ts \S D A \ S D A - v 1 .S c h
1
2
3
4
5
6
3A
TEST JIG WIRING (AVX-TRR-LORAX, AVX-TRR-SSDA)
1
2
3
4
5
6
D
D
X 2
1 A
1 B
K E Y P A D 1
J1
W 1
W 1
E FL
E FL
/C
/C
/C
E FL
E FL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 0
-C
-E
-A
-K
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
N
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
B 9
/C
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
C
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
C
S
S
R
R
N
N
N
R
R
A
C
1 0 P IN H E A D E R
E
K
U 1
H O A 1 3 9 7 R E F L E C T IV E S E N S O R
6
R 3
4 9 9
R 5
4 9 9
R 7
4 9 9
R 9
4 9 9
R 4
4 9 9
R 6
4 9 9
R 8
4 9 9
R 1 0
4 9 9
X 1
4 -4 0 M O U N T
R 1 1
4 9 9
H V A
H V B
IN
X 5
4 -4 0 M O U N T
X 3
4 -4 0 M O U N T
X 4
4 -4 0 M O U N T
5
3
1
P 1
4
B
2
B
D U T1
L O R A N G E R 0 3 1 8 6 -0 2 1 -6 2 1 5 , - S S D A
R 1
4 9 9
H V C
P 3
T O 5 0 O H M T E R M IN A T IO N
O U T
R 2
4 .9 9 K
P 2
P 4
G N D
G N D
A
A
A V X - T R R - L O R A X , A V X -T R R - S S D A
P r i n te d
R e v is i o n
25-S ep-201 3
Z : \m j c fi l e s \ p c b \ 1 9 5 \ tr r -p c b .D d b - D o c u m e n t s \ L O R A X \L O R A X - v 2 . S c h
1
2
3
4
5
6
2A
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