HP 3314A User's manual

HP 3314A User's manual
a HEWLETT
SERIAL NUMBERS
This manual applies directly to instruments with serial
numbers prefixed 2734A.
With changes described in Section VII, this manual also
applies to instruments with serial numbers prefixed
2141A and 2505A.
For additional important information about serial num-
bers, see MANUAL AND INSTRUMENT IDEN-
TIFICATION in Section L
Manual Part No, 03314-90025
Microfiche Part No. 03314-96225
Copyright © 1982,1987, Hewlett-Packard Company
8600 Soper Hill Road, Fverett, Washington 98205-1298 USA.
Printed: September 1987
BR HEWLETT
# PACKARD
CERTIFICATION
Hewlett-Packard Company certifies that this product met its published specifications at the time of shipment from the
factory. Hewlett-Packard further certifies that its calibration measurements are traceable to the United States Na-
tional Bureau of Standards, to the extent allowed by the Bureau's calibration facility, and to the calibration facilities
of other International Standards Organization members.
WARRANTY
This Hewlett-Packard product is warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year
from date of shipment. During the warranty period, Hewlett-Packard Company will, at its option, either repair or
replace products which prove to be defective. |
For warranty service or repair, this product must be returned to a service facility designated by -hp-. Buyer shall
prepay shipping charges to -hp- and -hp- shall pay shipping charges to return the product to Buyer, However, Buyer
shall pay all shipping charges, duties, and taxes for products returned to -hp- from another country.
HP software and firmware products which are designated by HP for use with a hardware product, when properly in-
stalled on that hardware product, are warranted not to fail to execute their programming instructions due to defects in
materials and workmanship. If HP receives notice of such defects during their warranty period, HP shall repair or
replace software media and firmware which do not execute their programming instructions due to such defects. HP
does not warrant that the operation of the software, firmware or hardware shall be uninterrupted or error free.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTY
Buyer-supplied software or interfacing, unauthorized modification or misuse, operation outside of the environmental
specifications for the product, or improper site preparation or maintenance.
NO OTHER WARRANTY IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. HEWLETT-PACKARD SPECIFICALLY
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PURPOSE.
EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES
THE REMEDIES PROVIDED HEREIN ARE BUYER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. HEWLETT-
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QUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY.
ASSISTANCE
Product maintenance agreements and other customer assistance agreements are available for Hewlett-Packard pro-
ducts.
For any assistance, contact your nearest Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office. Addresses are provided at the back
of this manual.
The foregoing warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance by Buyer, |
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HEWLETT
SAFETY SUMMARY
PACKARD
The following general safety precautions must be observed during all phases of operation, service, and repair of this
instrument. Failure to comply with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in this manual violates
safety standards of design, manufacture, and intended use of the instrument. Hewlett-Packard Company assumes no
lability for the customer's failure to comply with these requirements. This is a Safety Class | instrument.
GROUND THE INSTRUMENT
To minimize shock hazard, the instrument chassis and cabinet must be connected to an elec-
trical ground. The instrument is equipped with a three-conductor ac power cable. The power
cable must either be plugged into an approved three-contact electrical outlet or used with a
three-contact to two-contact adapter with the grounding wire (green) firmiy connected to an
electrical ground (safety ground) at the power outlet. The power jack and mating plug of the
power cable meet International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) safety standards.
DO NOY OPERATE IN AN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE
Do not operate the instrument in the presence of flammable gases or fumes. Operation of any
slectrical instrument in such an environment constitutes a definite safety hazard.
KEEP AWAY FROM LIVE CIRCUITS
Operating personnel must not remove instrument covers. Component replacement and internal
adjustments must be made by qualified maintenance personnel. Do not replace components
with power cable connected. Under certain conditions, dangerous voltages may exist even with
the power cable removed. To avoid injuries, always disconnect power and discharge circuits
before touching them.
DO NOT SERVICE OR ADJUST ALONE
Do not attempt internal service or adjustment unless another person, capable of rendering first
aid and resuscitation, is present.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE PARTS OR MODIFY INSTRUMENT
Because of the danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install substitute parts or per-
form any unauthorized modification to the instrument. Return the instrument to a Hewlett-
Packard Sales and Service Office for service and repair to ensure that safety features are main-
tained.
DANGEROUS PROCEDURE WARNIKGS
Warnings, such as the example below, precede potentially dangerous procedures throughout
this manual. Instructions contained in the warnings must be followed.
| WARNING |
Dangerous voltages, capable of causing death, are present in this instrument, Use ex-
treme caution when handling, testing, and adjusting.
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SAFETY SYMBOLS
General Definitions of Safety Symbols Used On Equipment or In Manuals.
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NE
NE
E
| WARNING À
NOTE:
CA E
Instruction manual symbol: the product will be marked with this
symbol when it is necessary for the user to refer to the instruction
manual in order to protect against damage to the instrument.
Indicates dangerous voltage (terminalis fed from the interior by
voltage exceeding 1000 volts must be so marked).
Protective conductor terminal. For protection against electrical
shock in case of a fault. Used with field wiring terminals to in-
dicate the terminal which must be connected to ground before
operating equipment.
Low-noise or noiseless, clean ground (earth) terminal. Used for a
signal common, as well as providing protection against electrical
shock in case of a fault. A terminal marked with this symbol must
be connected to ground in the manner described in the installation
(operating) manual, and before operating the equipment.
Frame or chassis terminal. À connection to the frame (chassis) of
the equipment which normally includes all exposed metal struc-
tures.
Alternating current (power line).
Direct current (power line).
Alternating or direct current (power line).
The WARNING sign denotes a hazard. It calls attention to a pro-
cedure, practice, condition or the like, which, if not correctiy per-
formed or adhered to, could result in injury or death to personnel,
The CAUTION sign denotes a hazard. It calls attention to an
operating procedure, practice, condition or the like, which,1f not
correctly performed or adhered to, could result in damage to or
destruction of part or all of the product.
The NOTE sign denotes important information. It calls attention
to procedure, practice, condition or the like, which is essential to
highlight.
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1-1. INTRODUCTION
This Service Manual contains information for Service-
Trained personnel to install, test, adjust and service the
Hewlett-Packard Model 3314A Function Generator. A
front panel overview and the HP-IB Summary are also
included; however, the Operating Manual should be us-
ed for detailed operating information.
1-2. MANUAL AND INSTRUMENT IDENTIFICATION
The -hp- part number for this manual and for a
microfiche of this manual are located on the title page.
Each 4 x 6 inch microfiche contains up to 96 photo-
duplicates of the Service Manual pages. The latest
Manual Changes Supplement as well as Service Notes
are also included in the microfiche.
Attached to the 3314A's rear panel is a serial number
plate, AS
The prefix applies to identical 3314A's,
The suffix is assigned sequentially
and is different for each 3314A.
The letter separating the prefix from the suffix denotes the
country of origin. “A” are used for instruments built in the
USA,
Figure 1-1. Serial Number Plate
The contents of this manual apply to instruments with the
serial number prefix(es) listed under SERIAL NUM-
BERS on the title page. Changes made to instruments
after the printing of this manual will be covered by a
Manual Change Supplement. In addition to change infor-
mation, a Manual Change Supplement may contain infor-
mation correcting errors in this manual.
1-3. DESCRIPTION
The 3314A Function Generator is a multi-mode, pro-
grammable function generator. The 3314A features
Sine, Triangle and Squarewave functions from 1mHz to
19.99M Hz. In addition, the 3314A can be redefined as
an ARBitrary Waveform Generator. ARB waveforms
are made up of a series of voltage ramps called vectors,
The operator has control over the number of vectors,
the height and length of each vector. The operating
modes include:
Free Run {ate N Cycle
. CW CW 1/2 Cycle
linear sweeps linear sweeps Fin X N
log sweeps ARB Fin — N
ARB
In addition, the 3314A has a programmable time inter-
val for internal triggering. A trigger (either internal or
external) is an important part of every operating mode
except Free Run when not sweeping. `
1-4. OPTIONS
The 3314A may be equipped with one or more of the
- following options:
A8 Option 001, Simultaneous X3 Output
Option 907, Front Handle Kit
Option 908, Rack Mount Adapters
Option 910, Extra Manual Set
Option 001 to the 3314A Function Generator 15 a low
impedance, rear panel output. The X3 Output voltage is
3 times the voltage from the 3314A's Main 500 Output.
Note that the X3 Output is always active and that the
voltage depends upon the selected amplitude and the
Main Output's load. This output is DC coupled and is
useable to 1 MHz.
1-5. SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
Every 3314A is supplied with the following accessories:
An Operating Manual
A Service Manual
A Power Cord
A 504 Feedthrough Termination
The power cord included with vour 3314A was selected
at the factory based upon the country of destination. If
your power cord is incompatible with your AC mains
outlet, contact your local -hp- Sales Office.
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General information
1-6. SPECIFICATIONS
The 3314A’s specifications are listed in Table 1-1,
Specifications. These specifications are the performance
standards or limits against which every 3314A is tested.
Mode] 3314A
Some of the 3314A's operating characteristics are listed
in Table 1-2, Supplemental Characteristics. The
Operating Manual contains detailed discussions of the re-
maining operating characteristics.
Table 1-1. Specifications
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8— — DENOTES EXTENDED FREQUENCY RANGE USING RANGE HOLD.
O FREQUENCIES UP TO BUT NOT INCLUDING THIS POINT ARE ALLOWED,
* FREQUENCY 1S SYNTHESIZED IN RANGES 7 AND BIN THE FREE RUN MODE WITH VCO = OFF,
ACCURACY APPLIES IN THE FREE RUN MODE WITH SYMMETRY = 50% (FIXED), AND VCO
= OFF AND WITH RANGE HOLD ON OR OFF.
Amplitude
Absolute Amplitude Accuracy:
+ {1% of display + .036Vp-p), sine wave and square wave
+ (1% of display + .06Vp-D), triangle
Amplitudes: 1.00Vp-p to 10.00Vp-p (Range 4)
Frequency: 10kHHz
Auto-Range: ON
Flatness--sine wave:
Combines sine power flatness and vernier attenuator flatness
Relative to 10kHz, 1.00 V to 10.00Vp-p (Range 4)
20Hz 50kHz 1MHz = 19.89MHz
07dB .33dB 1.508
Step Attenuator Accuracy:
.00 1 Hz 5OKHZ 19,99MHz
20dB
m .3dB
40dB .O5d8
60dB .5dB
DC Offset
Offset Accuracy:
+ (3% of display + 10 mVDC +0,5% of AC Amplitude
Range)
Frequency: < 100kMz
Auto-Range: ON
Residual DC Offset:
+ 0.5% of AC Amplitude Range
If option 001:
= 0.5% of AC Amplitude Range + 500.V
Setting: OVDC
Frequency: =< 100kHz
Symmetry
Symmetry Accuracy (Fixed):
50% +0.2%
Fixed Symmetry: 50% {SYM light OFF)
Frequency: 1Mz to TOOKHz
Function: square wave
Model 3314A
General Information
Table 1-1, Specifications (Cont'd)
Symmetry Accuracy (Variable)
+ (0.5% of period:
Frequency: 1Hz to 100kHz
Function: square wave
Phase
Phase Offset--Phase lock Modes
Accuracy: +29 (50Hz to 2Z5kHz)
Phase Offset is referenced to the signal output for Fin — N or
the trigger input for Fin X N.
Start/Stop Phase--Burst Modes:
Accuracy: 139 {applies from .OOTHz to 1kHz}
Function Characteristics
Sine Harmonic Distortion:
Individual harmonics will be below these levels, relative to
carrier level.
Offset = OV. Function Invert = OFF,
* Add 4dB for ambient temperature O to 5°C or 45 to 55°C,
1999k+iz 19.59MHz
20Hz 5OKKHZ
— 55dB* — 4048 = 2548
Square Wave Hise/Fal! Time:
<9ns, 10% to 80% of a 10 Vp-p output
Square Wave Aberrations:
5% of {High Settled Amplitude - Low Settled Amplitude}
where Settled Amplitude is the voltage on the pulse top or
Frequency: < 1MHZ
Amplitude: IOVp-p
10% of р-р Aberrations relative to programmed amplitude.
Frequency: > 1MHZ
Amplitude: IOVp-p
Triangle Linearity:
+ 0.2% of the p-p voitage
Frequency: .OTHz to TkHz, Amplitude = 10 Vp-p
Deviation is from a best fit straight line, from 10% to 90%
of each ramp,
{internal Trigger interval
Period Accuracy: #{0.01% + 50 ppm/year} of displayed In-
terval {excluding sweep intervals)
bottom measured 100ns after the appropriate zero crossing,
Frequency Sweep
Sweep Frequency Accuracy--Manual Sweep:
+ (0.2% of Stop Freg + 0.1% of Stop Freq Rangel, Stop Freg
Range <200kHz
+ 1% of Stop Freg, Stop Freg in ZMHz Range
+ 3% of Stop Freq, Stop Freq in 20MHz Hange
Modulation
Amplitude Modulation Envelope Distortion:
= —40dB
Carrier: = 1MHz, 10Vp-p, sine wave
Modulating Input: 1kHz, sine wave
index of Modulation: 95%
VCO Linearity:
+ 0.15% of p-p frequency, .1Hz through 200kHz Range
+ 1% of p-p frequency, 2MHz Range
+ 3% of p-p frequency, 20MHz Range
-- BVdc to + 1 Vdc input {- 80% to + 10%)
Deviation is from a best fit straight fine.
Option 001 - Simultaneous X3 Output.
Specifications apply when the X3 Output is terminated with
> 5000 and <500pf and when the Main output is terminated
with 5017,
The X3 Output is useable into all loads until the output cur
rent hmits at = 30 mA peak or the output voltage clips al
= 15V peak.
X3 Gain Accuracy:
+ 1% at 10kHz
X3 Output amplitude = (3 + 1%) x Main Output Amplitude
Sine Power Flainess:
Relative to full output power at 10kHz
20HZ 50kHZ 500k rz MHZ
+ 1d8 + 506 + 1.548
Harmonic Distortion:
All harmonically related signals will be below these levels.
relative to the fundamental.
20HZ 50kHZ 1MHz
— 53dB — 38dB
Square Wave Rise/Fail Time: (Rear Panel)
< 200ns, 10% to 90% at full output.
Residual DC Offset: (Rear Panel)
= 40mVDC
1-3
General Information
Model 3314A
Table 1-2. Supplemental Characteristics
General
Specifications apply when:
Main signal output is terminated into 50 +0.1 ohms
Warm-up is = 30 minutes
Within + 5°C, and 24 hours of last internal calibration
Temperature 0° to 55°C
Relative Humidity < 95% at 40°C
Altitude < 15,000 ft.
Storage Limits:
Temperature — 40° to + 75°C
Altitude =< 15,000 ft.
Power:
100/120/220/240 Y, +5% - 10%, 48 10 66 Hz
95 VA maximum
Weight:
7.3 kg (16 ibs} net
10.5 kg (23 ibs) shipping
Dimensions:
132.6 mm (5.22 in) high
212.3 mm (18.36 in) wide
419.0 mm {16.50 in} deep
Accessories included:
11048C 50 ohm feed through
Accessories:
Transit case for one 3314A; -hp- 9211-2677
OPTION GO1:
Amplitude Range:
AC only to 30Vp-p or 80mAp-p before clipping.
DC only to + 15VDC or + 30mADC before clipping.
AC + DC to + 15V peak or + 30mA peak before clipping.
Frequency Range:
DC to 1MHz
Output Resistance:
< 20 at 10kHz
Relationship of the X3 Amplitude to the 3314A’s displayed
amplitude:
Main Output Load
Main Output Load + 50
X3 AMPTD = 3 | 2x Display
1-7. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
The 3314A is a Safety Class 1 instrument (provided with
a protective earth terminal}. The instrument and
manuals should be reviewed for safety markings and in-
structions before operation.
1-8. GROUNDING
The outer conductor of all BNC type connectors, the
shield and pins 12 and 18 through 24 of the HP-IB con-
nector, the frame, chassis, covers, and all exposed metal
surfaces are connected to the protective earth terminal.
| WARNING |
Do NOT interrupt the protective earth
ground or “float” the 3314A. This action
could expose operators to potentially haz-
ardous voltages!
1-9. RECOMMENDED TEST EQUIPMENT
Equipment required to maintain the 3314A is listed in
Table 1-3 Recommended Test Equipment. Other
equipment may be substituted if it meets or exceeds the
performance of the listed equipment. When substitu-
tions are made, the user may have to change the test
procedures to accomodate different operating
characteristics,
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1-10. OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
Operator Maintenance is limited to replacing the line
fuse. There are no operator controls inside the 3314A.
The Z-Axis polarity switch is located inside the 3314A,
however, only Service Trained personnel using the in-
structions located in Section 2 of this manual are to set
this switch.
| WARNING
Under no circumstances should an operator
remove any covers, screws, shields or in any
other way enter the 3314A. There are no
operator controls inside the 3314A.
1-11. AVAILABLE EQUIPMENT
The following service kits are available and contain the
necessary hardware and instructions to retrofit the instru-
ment:
Front Panel Kit (3314-84401
Rear Panel Kit 03314-84402
Model 3314A
Table 1-3. Recommended Test Equipment
General Information
Instrument
Critical Specs
Recommended Model
Universal Counter
AC/DC Digital Voltmeter
High Speed Digital Voltmeter
Synthesizer/Function Generator
VHF Attenuator {see Note 1)
High Frequency Spectrum
Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer {see Note 2)
3 Voit Thermal Converter
1 Volt Thermal Converter
Oscilloscope
Power Supply
Freq Measurement to 20MHz
Accuracy + 2 counts
Resolution 8 Digits
DC Function
Ace. + .05%
AC Function: True RMS
Acc. + 2%
Resolution 6 Digits
DC Voltage OV-10V
Sample/Hold Measurement
External Trigger: Low True TTL Edge Trigger
Trigger Delay: Selectable, 1048 to 14045
Sine Output: 1kHz
Amplitude: Vrms into 10k8
Atten: 100dB in 10dB steps
Freg Range 50Hz to 20MHz
impedance 500
Freg Range 40MHz to 120MHZ
Amplitude Accuracy: + .5dB
Freg Range 20Hz to 4OMHz
Amplitude Linearity: + .3dB
Resolution: .01dB
Input Impedance 500
Input Voltage: 3Vrms
Freg: 2kKHz to 20MHz
Frequency Response: = .05d68
Input Impedance 500
input Voltage: 1Vrms
Freq: 2kHz to 20MHz
Frequency Response: + .0BdB
Dual input, Ext Trigger, XY Display Mode
X10 Mag, Delayed Sweep
Vertical BW DC to 275MHZz
Deflection .01V to 10V/Div
Horizontal Sweep: .01,5 to 1s/Div
Volts: —8VDC to +2VDC
Amps: 10MA
-hp- 53288 PA
[-hp- 5328A)
{-hp- 5345A)
-np- 3455A PA
{-hp- 3456A}
-hp- 3437A Р
-hp- 33254 PA
{-hp- 3335A}
-hp- 355D P
-hp- 865/7A Р
{-hp- 8558B}
(-hp- 1417,85528)
-hp- 3585A PA
-hp- 11049A P
{Ballantine 1395A-3 with
cable 12257A opt, 10)*
-hp- TIO50A Р
(Ballantine 1385A-1 with
cable 12257A opt. 10)*
-hp- 1725A PA
t-hp- 1745A)
-hp- 6235A P
Pa Performance Test
À=Adjustments
{ \= Alternative Instruments
Note 1: VHF attenuator must be characterized.
Note 2: The 3585A is required because of its ,01dB8 Resolution,
* Ballantine Laboratories, Inc.
PO, Box 97
Boonton, NJ 070085, US.A,
Telephone: 201-335-0800 TWX: 710-887-8380
General Information
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Model 3314A
Table 1-3. Recommended Test Equipment (Cont'd)
Instrument
Critical Specs
Recommended Madel
BNC/Tee Adaptor
BNC/Banana Adaptor
BNC to Triax Adaptor
501) Feedthrough Termination
500 Feedthrough Termination
[use in X3 test)
5000 250pF Feedthrough
Termination
fuse in X3 test)
4501} Voltage Reducer
fuse in X3 test
Low Pass Filter
10:1 Probe
500 BNC/Tee {m}{fiif}
HOO BNC 1f) to dual banana plug
500 BNC 1f] to BNC Triaxial (m)
Accuracy: +.2%
Power Rating: TW
Resistor: 4994
Resistor: 4990
Capacitor: 240pF {1OpF added by probe in test)
Resistor: 4504
Resistor: TMQ + 5%
Capacitor: 14 + 20%
Impedance: TMQ
Capacitance: 20-28pF
-hp- 1250-0781
-hp- 1250-2277
-hp- 1250-0595
-hp- T1048C
-hp- 0698-4123
-hp- 0698-4123
-hp- 0140-0199
-hp- 0698-3510
-hp- 0683-1055
-hp- 0160-0127
-hp- 10041A
PA
PA
Р
РА
P= Performance fest
A= Adjustments
{ i= Alternative Instruments
Installation Model 3314A
SIGNAL GROUND SHIELD =— CONNECT TO
PIO TWISTED PAIR WITH 1! ATN GROUND
PIO TWISTED PAIR WITH 10 SRO
SHOULD BE GROUNDED PIO TWISTED PAIR WITH S IFC
NEA NATION {4
OF OTHER WIRE OF PIO TWISTED PAER WITH 8[[ [20 | NDAC
TWISTED PAIR PIO TWISTED PAIR WITH 71 ji [18] NRFD
PIO TWISTED PAIR WITH 61) [18] Fai DAV
REN [5] | eo
DIO 8/1 [38 DIC 4
pio 7 [I GE [331 nio:
DIO6IN CRE] [E11] (D102
DIOS C3 if [pio]
| SÓ METRIC mess {1
THREAD M3.5 x 0.6 O up MICRO-RIBBON
{SERIES 57) CONNECTOR |
Logic Levels Mating Cables Available
The Hewlett-Packard Interface Bus logic levels are TTL -hp- 10631AÀ, 1 metre {3.3 ft.)
compatible, Le., the true (1) state is 0.0 Vdc to + 0.4 Vdc -hn- 106318, 2 metres (6.6 ft}
and the false (0) state is 2.5 Vdc to +5 Vdc, -np- 10631C, 4 metres (13,2 ft.)
-hp- 10637D, 0.6 metres (1.6 ft)
Programming and Gutput Oata Format
: Cabling Restrictions
Refer to Section lil, Operation.
A Hewlett-Packard Interface Bus system may contain no
Mating Connector more than 2 metres (6.6 ft.} of connecting cable per instru-
-hp- 1251-0293; Amphenol 57-30240. ment.
The maximum accumuiative length of connecting cable for
any Hewlett-Packard interface Bus system is 20 metres
(65.6 ft.j.
Figure 2-1. HP-IB Connector Detail
AZ AlS
Voltage Selected Fuse Value hp: Part Number
100/120V 1ASLO BLOW | 2110-0312
220/240V 0.54 SLO BLOW 2110-0202
Figure 2-2. Line Voitage/Line Fuse Selection
2-0
SECTION Il
INSTALLATION
2-1. INTRODUCTION
This section provides installation instructions for the
3314A Function Generator. This section also provides in-
formation about initial inspection and damage claims,
preparation for using the 3314A and what to do in case
of difficulty. In addition, installation instruction sheets
for several -hp- accessories (rack, handle and foot kits)
are located at the end of this section. See Section VII,
Manual Backdating, for “A” explanations.
2-2. INITIAL INSPECTION
Inspect the shipping container for damage. If the ship-
ping container or cushioning material is damaged, it
should be kept until the contents of the shipment have
been checked for completeness and the instrument has
been checked mechanically and electrically. The con-
tents of the shipment should be:
An Operating Manual
A Service Manual
A Power Cord
A 50Q Feedthrough Termination
If the contents are incomplete, if there is mechanical
damage or defect or if the 3314A does not pass the Per-
formance Tests, notify the nearest Hewlett-Packard of-
fice. If the shipping container or the cushioning maternal
is damaged, notify the carrier as well. Keep the shipping
material for the carrier's inspection. The -hp- office will
arrange for repair or replacement at -hp- option without
waiting for a claim settlement.
| WARNING À
The integrity of the protective earth ground
may be interrupted if the 3314A has been
mechanically damaged. Under no cir-
cumsiances should a 3314 A be connected to
power if it is damaged.
2-3. MATING CONNECTORS
The 3314A uses 500 BNC() type connectors for all
signal 1/0. The outer shield is connected to protective
earth ground.
The HP-IB connector is an Amphenol or Cinch type 57
connector, See Figure 2-1 for pin assignments.
An improperly set voltage selector will cause the line
fuse to blow.
The wrong fuse value or type will not protect the
instrument’s circuitry and may result in damage to
your 3314A,
Remove line voltage selector to change voltage.
Rotating selector without removal will damage the
module.
A2 AS
2-4, LINE VOLTAGE SELECTION
Figure 2-2 provides instructions for line voltage and fuse
selection. The line voltage selector position and line fuse
value are selected at the factory based upon the country
of destination. Always check the line voltage selector and
line fuse value before connecting the 3314A to AC power.
To change voltage, be sure to remove selector before
rotating to avoid damaging the module.
The three-wire power cord provided with the 3314A
establishes a protective earth ground for the chassis and
cabinet when plugged Into a receptacle with a ground con-
tact. The offset pin on the plug is the ground connection.
This protective ground may be interrupted if the 3314A
is mechanically damaged. Intentional interruption is pro-
hibited. An interruption of any connection that
establishes the ground can make the instrument
dangerous. If it is likely that ground protection 18 1m-
paired, the instrument must not be connected to power.
The line voltage selected for the 3314A 1s indicated on
the line voltage selector. It is set at the factory to corres-
pond to the most commonly used line voltage of the coun-
try of destination. Refer to Figure 2-2 {or setting the line
voltage and selecting the appropriate fuse.
If you make any changes to the voltage selector or the
fuse, be aware of correct alignment indications. Before
closing the module’s cover, confirm that the arrow on
the fuse holder aligns with the arrows on the inside of
the cover. They should all point in the same direction.
After firmly pushing the cover closed, be sure the cor-
rect line voltage appears through the cover window.
2-1
installation
Model 3314A
REMOVE
Figure 2-3. Z-AXIS Polarity Selection
2-5. Z-AXIS POLARITY SELECTION
The polarity of the Z-Axis output can be inverted by set-
ting S501 on the A2 PC board. This switch is set at the
factory to output positive (> +5V) blanking pulses,
negative (< — 5V) intensifying pulses and OV baseline.
To gain access to this switch:
1. Disconnect the 3314A from its power source.
2. Remove the top handle and then the top cover.
3. Remove the three screws that secure the A3 PC
Assembly shield to the main deck. See Figure 2-3.
4. Raise the A3 PC Assembly on its hinges to expose
the A2 PC Assembly.
5. S501 is located at the left edge of the A2 PC
Assembly,
6. Set S501 as required, “‘BLK-" is for negative
blanking pulses. “ВЕК +” is for positive blanking
pulses.
7, Re-assemble the 3314A.
2-6. HP-IB ADDRESS SELECTION
The HP-IB address is set from the front panel and
stored in non-volatile memory,
2-2
To view the address:
1. Press the blue shift key and then the LCL key. The
current address will be displayed for about 1/2 second.
To change the address:
I. Press the RECALL key and then the LCL key.
The current address will be displayed indefinitely.
2. Set the 3314A’s address from 0 to 30 inclusive with
the Modify knob. Address 31 is not allowed. Increment-
ing the past 30 sets the address to Listen Only. When the
3314A 1s set to Listen Only, the displayed address will be
““L-0” ,
3. Press the STORE key and then the LCL key to ex-
ecute the entry,
The HP-IB address is set at the factory to 7. 7 is also the
default address if the non-volatile memory is lost.
If you are using a controller in the “command” mode
or are using an older type that requires the Talk and
Listen addresses, use Table 2-1 to determine the proper
addresses.
2-7. POWER ON AND OPERATOR'S CHECKS
Connect the 3314A to its power source using the power
cord provided. If the power cord included with your
3314A is not compatible with the outlet, contact your
nearest -hp- office for a replacement.
Model 3314A
Table 2-1, HP-IB Address
Device Taik Listen
e @ SP
1 À i
2 В “
3 с #
4 D $
5 É %
6 F &
7 G ’ 3314A factory setting
8 HH {
9 i }
10 J *
11 K +
12 E. ,
13 M
14 N .
15 O /
16 Р O
17 Q 1
18 R 2
19 5 3
20 T 4
21 U 5 usually the controller
22 \ 6
23 WwW 7
24 x 8
25 Y 9
20 7 :
27 [
28 \ <
29 } =
30 ~ >
Listen Only
Set the LINE switch, located at the upper left corner of
the front panel, to the on position. At this time the
3314A will
initiate a 2 second count down to allow electrical
stabilization.
do a CALibrate ALL to generate a full comple-
- ment of calibration constants. Every frequency
range and all three functions are checked by a
CAL ALL.
display the appropriate calibration errors 1f the
CAL ALL failed. The 3314A will attempt to
calibrate itself for another 20 seconds or until a
calibration is successful.
This checks ~ 80% of the all the 3314A’s circuitry. A
special memory test has been built into the 3314A to test
every ROM and RAM IC. To perform this test, hold the
“ARB” key in while power is turned ON. While the
3314A is checking the memory, the front panel will be
completely blank (about 30 seconds). After the test is
finished, all the front panel LEDs will be lit if the test
was successful. If the test was not successful, one or
more of these LEDs will be off.
Installation
All ROM IC LED |RAMIC | LED
U208 FREQ | U2H SW/TR INTVL
_] AMPTD START FREQ
U207 OFFSET STOP FREQ
SYM MARK FREQ
PHASE
N
In addition, you can now check every front panel key.
When a key is pressed, a corresponding LED should go
OFF, The Modify knob and arrow keys cause elements
of the 7 segment display to go OFF.
28, WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY
There are several operator actions that should be per-
formed before an 3314A is diagnosed as defective.
1. Clear the 3314A’s memory completely by holding
the PRESET key in while setting power ON. The 3314A
will display “E09” after the normal start up to indicate
the the non-volatile memory has been cleared.
2. Check the Line Voltage and the Line Voltage Selec-
tor. These must be compatible.
3. Check the Line Fuse for the proper value and type.
Normal blow type fuses are not allowed.
4. Clean the air filter.
5. Perform the Operators Checks. See Paragraph
2-7.
6. Check the system cabling and the loading of each
output.
7, Check the performance of the 3314A against the
specifications with the instructions in Section 4 of this
manual.
Hewlett-Packard has a world-wide service organization
in case your 3314A requires service. Page ii of this
manual contains explicit warranty information and
should be thoroughly understood before an instrument
is shipped to a repair facility. When a 3314A is shipped
to a repair facility, use one of the Service Repair Tags to
insure timely action. If you need more Service Repair
Tags, order part number 9320-3896 from your nearest
sales and service office.
2-3. OPTION 001: PRE-INSTALLATION AND
ORDERING INFORMATION
This information applies when you want to install Op-
tion 001 into a 3314A in the field. Option 001 has been
completely installed and tested at the factory in 3314A°s
which were ordered with Option 001.
Installation
Field installation requires that you order a K04-3314A
kit that contains the necessary parts for converting a stan-
dard instrument to an Option 001. The K04-3314A kit
includes the first six parts listed in the following table.
Oty. Description -hp- Part Number
1 X3 PC Assembly 03314-66505
1 X3 Output Cable 03314-61611
1 X3 Power Supply Cabie 03314-61616
1 BNC Jack 1250-1717"
4 SCREW PH M3 0515-0886 .
4 WASHER-LOCK-SCR 4 2190-0004
1* DIODE, Zener, 353.8V 1902-3301
2% Tie Point 0360-0124
.2ft.* | Flexible Tubing 0890-0060
pro CABLE, COAX, AS to Main Output 03314-61613
2** WASHER, SHLDR 5040-0345
1 Label 7120-8377
* These items are required if you are installing Option 001 into
3314A’s with serial numbers 2141 A00101 through 2141 A00150.
** These items are required if you are installing Option 001 into
3314A’s with serial numbers 2141 A00151 through 2141 A00261,
Cable W13 in this serial number range is 20mm shorter than a
standard cable {too short to be used with Option 001). The short
cable can be identified because it has an RCA PHONO type con-
nector. The longer cable has a BNC panei connector.
| WARNING À
Failure to install AICRI23 (35.8V zener
diode} into 3314A°s with serial numbers
2141400101 through 2141400150 when in-
Model 3314A
| WARNING À
Before any repair is completed, ensure that
all safety features are intact and functioning
and that all necessary parts are connected to
their protective grounding means.
| WARNING À
All 3314A°s with serial numbers from
2141 A00101 through 2141 A00150 must have
a 35.8V zener diode added to the power sup-
ply before installing Option 001. This diode
is required to protect Option 001 from “high
line” operation. High line conditions exist
when the line voltage exceeds the line voltage
switch settings by more than 3%,
NOTE
The installation of A3CR123 must be done
very carefully to meet HP's stringent quality
assurance requirements. Failure to install
A3CR123 as directed will affect the warran-
ty. See “LIMITATION OF WARRANTY”
paragraph on page i of this manual for exact
details.
stalling Option 001, will affect the warranty
of the 3314A and Option 001. This diode
protects the X3 PC Assembly from “high
line” operation. High line conditions exist
whenever the line voltage exceeds the line
voltage switch settings by more than 5%.
2-10. INSTALLATION (OPTION 001)
| WARNING À
Maintenance described herein is performed
with power supplied to the instrument and
protective covers removed. Such main-
tenance should be performed by service-
trained personnel who are aware of the
hazards involved (for example fire and elec-
trical shock). Where maintenance can be
performed without power applied, the power
cord should be removed.
2-11, HOW TO INSTALL A3CR123 (Serial numbers
2141A00101 through 2141400150 oniy)
Read the entire set of instructions and review Figure 2-4,
“A3CR 123 Installation” before beginning. Review the
general safety consideration and the static sensitivity
topics in Section VIII of the Service Manual.
There are several components on the A3 PC
Assembly that are static sensitive. The work
station, the soldering iron and the service
personnel should be static protected.
A. Remove the power cord.
B. Remove the screws securing the top handle and
then remove the handle. Remove the top cover by pull-
ing the cover carefully up and to the rear of the 3314A.
Model 3314A
C. Disconnect all five cables from the A3 PC
Assembly,
D. Remove all eight screws that secure the A3 PC
Assembly to the deck.
E. Carefully lift the A3 PC Assembly straight up.
There are three transistors mounted on the deck that
connect to the A3 PC Assembly via three connectors on
the left side of the PC board.
F. Unsolder the collector of A3Q115 and the end of
A3R146 that is nearest Q112.
G. Solder a Tie Point (0360-0124) into the empty holes
created in step F.
H. Wrap the lead from A3Q115 around its tie point.
This lead should make one full turn around the tie point
to insure good mechanical contact and the lead should
have a slight bend to relieve any stress.
1. Wrap the lead from A3R 146 around its tie point.
This lead should make one fuil turn around the tie point
to insure good mechanical contact and the lead should
have a slight bend to relieve any stress.
I. Install about .6 inch of flexible tubing on each lead
of A3CR123.
Figure 2-4. A3CR123 installation
K. Wrap the lead from the cathode (the end with the
stripe of A3CR123 to the A3R146 tie point. This lead
should make one full turn around the tie point to insure
good mechanical contact, the lead should have a slight
bend to relieve stress and the end of the flexible tubing
should end <.1 inch from the tie point. See Figure 2-4,
“A3CR123 installation”.
L. Install the other lead from A3CR123 onto the
A3Q115 tie point. This lead should make one full turn
around the tie point to insure good mechanical contact,
the lead should have a slight bend to relieve any stress
and the end of the flexible tubing should end <.1 inch
Installation
from the tie point. See Figure 2-4, ‘“A3CR123
Installation.”
M. Solder the leads to each tie point.
N. Remove the solder flux from both sides of the À3
PC Assembly with flux remover.
O. Carefully install the A3PC Assembly back into the
3314A. Make sure the leads from Q100, Q101 and Q108
are correctly seated in their respective connectors and
are not bent. When the A3 PC Assembly is correctly in-
stalled, each transistor lead will show about .05 inch
above the connectors,
P. Complete the assembly of the 3314A by reversing
the actions taken in steps D, C, B and then A.
2-12. HOW TO INSTALL OPTION 001
A. Remove the power cord.
B. Remove the top and bottom covers.
C. Install the AS PC assembiy onto the A1 VCO shieid
using the four screws and washers supplied. Make sure
that the two adjustment holes in the AS PC Board align
with the holes in the shield.
D. Install the X3 Power Supply Cable, 03314-61616,
from AS5J1 to A35102.
E. Remove the temporary plug from the X3 Output
hole in the rear panel.
F. Install the X3 BNC jack, 1250-1717, in the X3 Out-
put hole. If you do not have a socket type wrench to
tighten the nut properly, you will have to remove the
rear panel. The rear panel is secured to the rear frame
with two screws from the top and two screws from the
bottom.
G. Install the X3 Output Cable, 03314-61611, from
A534 to the X3 Output jack just installed. Install the
rear panel if removed in step F.
H. Using a razor or sharp knife, carefully cut the tub-
ing that secures the two SMB connectors located in the
middle of the Main Output Cable. It is not necessary to
remove the tubing, just to disconnect the SMB connec-
tors.
I. Connect each SMB connector from the Main Out-
put Cable to a corresponding SMB connector on the X3
PC Assembly.
3. Dress the cables so that they are not stressed and so
that they will not interfere with the fan blades.
2-3
Installation
K. Replace all covers and then connect the power
cord. All X3 PC Assemblies were fully tested at the fac-
tory, however, the Performance Tests should be per-
formed to verify that the X3 Output is fully operational.
2-13. RE-PACKAGING A 3314A
The best material to re-pack a 3314A is the original
material used by the factory. If this material has not
been retained, the following steps should be performed:
1. Wrap the 3314A in heavy paper or plastic. If you
are shipping the 3314A to a -hp- office, attach one of
the Service Repair Tags. The front panel should also be
protected with an additional piece of cardboard.
2. Use a strong shipping container. A double wall
carton made of 350 pound test material is adeguate.
3. Use a layer of shock-absorbing material 70 to 100
mm (3 to 4 inches) thick around all sides of the instru-
ment to provide firm cushioning. Do not use loose filler
such as styrofoam chips.
4. Seal the shipping container.
5. Mark the shipping container FRAGILE to ensure
careful handling.
6. In any correspondence, refer to the 3314A by its
full serial number.
2-14. INSTALLING ACCESSORIES AS
-hp- manufactures several kits to adapt your 3314A with
handles, feet and rack mounts. These kits are available
from -hp-.
5 1/4 H Front Handle Kit 5061-9689 Option 907
5 1/4 H Rack Adapter Kit 5061-9657 Option 908
(Half Module)
> 1/4 H Support Shelf Kit 5061-0097
Slide Kit 1494-0041
(For Support Shelf)
Lock Link Kit 5061-0094
(Vertical and Horizontal)
5 1/4 H Bail Handle Kit 5061-2002
{Half Module)
Feet-Rear Panel Stand-Off 5061-2009
Feet-Rear and Cord Wrap 5061-0095
2-6
Model 3314A
Model 3314A installation
FRONT HANDLE
(PRODUCT HT 132.6mm/5.219 in]
HP PART NUMBER
{OPTION 907)
CONTENTS
“INCH”
ЕСМ.
QTY. PART NO. PART NO.
2....... FRONT HANDLE ASS'Y ............. 5061-9499
2510-0195
CAUTION: PLEASE VERIFY THE METRIC (8021- . . . ) OR THE INCH (5020- . . . .} PART NUMBER
ON TOP OF THE FRONT FRAME OF THE CABINET FOR THE CORRECT SCREWS.
INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVE SIDE TRIM STRIPS.
2. ATTACH FRONT HANDLE ASS’Y WITH 3 SCREWS PER SIDE.
3. PRESS FRONT HANDLE TRIM IN PLACE.
MADE IN USA 2/85
LABEL NO. 5958-3328
2-7
Installation | Model 3314A
SULE
219 in]
[PRODU
HP PART NUMBER 5061-9
CONTENTS
“INCH”
EQUIV.
QTY. PART NO. PART NO.
Te ADAPTER ASS’Y .................. 5061-0006
Too... RACK FLANGE .................... 5020-8862
6....... M4 x 0.7 x 10 SCREW, PAN HEAD ... 0515-1114 2510-0193
CAUTION: PLEASE VERIFY THE METRIC (5021- . . . .) OR THE INCH (5020- . . . ) PART NUMBER
ON TOP OF THE FRONT FRAME OF THE CABINET FOR THE CORRECT SCREWS.
INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVE SIDE TRIM STRIPS.
2. ATTACH ADAPTER ASSY TO LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE
WITH 3 SCREWS.
3. ATTACH RACK FLANGE TO OPPOSITE SIDE Wil 3 SCREWS.
MADE IN USA 2/85
LABEL NO. 5958-3301
2-8
Model 3314A
CONTENTS
QTY.
1. . . . . SUPPORT SHELF ASSY
8 TIE DOWN CLIPS ...
8. . . . . M35x0.6x6, SCREW”, PAN HEAD .
8. . . . . M35x06x 12, SCREW”, PAN HEAD
8. . . . . M35WASHER - eee
* STANDARD CABINETS ** PLASTIC CABINETS
PART NO.
‚ 5061-9697
‚ 1600-1424
Installation
“INCH”
EQUIV.
PART NO.
CAUTION: PLEASE VERIFY THE METRIC (5021-...) OR THE INCH (5020-...) PART NUMBER
ON THE REAR FRAME OF THE CABINET FOR THE CORRECT SCREWS.
INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVE FEET FROM SUB MODULE INSTRUMENT.
2 SET MODULE ON FLOOR OF TRAY AND SLIDE BACK UNTIL
TRAY TAB IS INSERTED IN FRONT FRAME.
3. INSERT 2 TIE DOWN CLIPS IN APPROPRIATE TRAY SLOTS,
PRESS CLIPS OVER REAR CASTING BOSSES AND LOCK DOWN
WITH APPROPRIATE M3.5 x 0.6 SCREWS & WASHERS.
4. MOUNT SUPPORT SHELF IN ANY STD. 482.6 mm RACK ENCLOSURE.
MADE IN USA 2/85
LABEL NO. 5858-3336
2-9
Installation Model 3314A
=HELE
HP PART NUMBER 1494-0065
CONTENTS
QTY. PART NO.
1PR. . . . SLIDE ASSEMBLY 2.
8. . . . . M4x07x6SCREW, PAN HEAD .
8. M4 x 0.7 NUT W/LOCKWASHER
8. M5 x 0.8 x 12 PANHEAD SCREW . . . . 0515-0909
8. M5 x 0.8 UNISTRUT NUTO5#5-0079 . . . . 0535-0079
INSTRUCTIONS
1. ATTACH SLIDE (INNER MEMBER) TO EACH SIDE OF SUPPORT
SHELF USING 4 M4 x 0.7 x 6 P.H. SCREWS AND NUTS PER SIDE.
2. INSERT 2 UNISTRUT NUTS IN THE REAR OF EACH OF THE 4
VERTICAL COLUMNS OF THE H.P. SYSTEMS ENCLOSURE.
3. ATTACH SLIDE (OUTER MEMBER) TO EACH SIDE OF SYSTEMS
ENCLOSURE USING 4 M5 x 0.8 x 12 P.H. SCREWS PER SIDE.
MADE IN USA 2/85
LABEL NO. 5958-3359
2-10
Model 3314A | | Installation
HP PART NUMBER 5061-9694
The vertical and horizontal lock link hardware is used for locking together various bench and rack mountable
combinations of full and sub module cabinets of equal depths, sufficient horizontal links (12 front, 8 rear), to
form three side by side joints (up to 4 sub module instruments), and sufficient vertical links (4 front, 4 rear) to
form two sets of over-under ¡cinings.*
CONTENTS
QTY PART NO.
4 VERTICAL LOCK LINK, FRONT ...... Lea ere nana a nana L ana da a aan aan 1600-1423
8 MISx0.Ex6PAN HEAD .........._eereccoorieciracerevorecarereroceraD 0515-0887
4 VERTICAL LOCK LINK, REAR ©. ttre tees eee eee, 0050-2168
8 M3.5 x 0.6 х 12 (90° )FLAT HEAD PLASTIC MOD o.oo, 0515-1235
8 M35 x 0.6 x 8 (90°) FLAT HEAD METAL MOD ... o.oo iin, 0515-1234
12 HORIZONTAL LOCK LINK, FRONT ........ ee ae aa aa aan aan 0050-2166
12 M4 x 0.7 x6 (90%) FLATHEAD o.oo eee eee eee eee aan eo. 0515-1055
6 HORIZONTAL LOCK LINK, REAR ............e..eeeeecceneoccoraeeareccaaoo 0050-2167
12 M35x0.6x 12 (90%) FLAT HEAD PLASTIC MOD .............eeeceerocacoa 0515-1235
12 M3.5x 0.6 x 8 (90°) FLAT HEAD METAL MOD .............eececrcecoereaoo 0515-1234
“INCH” HARDWARE
This kit also contains the equivalent “inch” hardware to attach the lock links to the “inch” cabinet frames.
SQ Dr
EQ №:
QTY CONTENTS PART NO.
8 6-32 x 0.188 PAN Head 2360-0330
20 6-32 x 0.312 FLAT HEAD, 100 2360-0334
20 6-32 x 0.438 FLAT HEAD, 100 2360-0360
12 8-32 x 0.250 FLAT HEAD, 100’ 2510-0192
CAUTION
Please verify the “inch” front- or rear frame as follows:
“Inch” Front- or Rear Frame 5020-. . ..
“Metric” Front- or Rear Frame 5021-..
(These P/N's are diecast into the top and rear of the frames).
INSTRUCTIONS
Vertical Locking
Remove top trim strip from bottom front frame.
Attach front vertical lock links to bottom front frame using 2 M3.5x0.6 pan hd. screws per
НАК.
Slide top cabinet back to lock front frames together.
Attach rear vertical lock links over appropriate rear bosses using 2 M3.5 x 0.6 F.H.M.
screws per link.
Horizontal Locking
Remove appropriate side trim strips.
Attach front horizontal lock links to front frames using 1 M4x0.7 F.H.M. screw per link.
Opposing links must be instalied to interlock.
Press cabinets together, slide left cabinet back to lock front frames.
Attach rear horizontal lock links over appropriate rear bosses using 2M3.5x 0.6 F.H.M.
screws per link.
“Locking cabinet together horizontally in a configuration wider tha: 1 full module width or locking more than two sub
modules vertically is not recommended.
MADE IN USA 2/85
LABEL NO. 5858-3333
Installation
FRONT LOCK LINKS
— VERTICAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
— VERTICAL LOCK LINKS REAR
4 — VERTICAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
2 - VERTICAL LOCK LINKS REAR
12— HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
6- HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS REAR
2-- VERTICAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
2 - VERTICAL LOCK LINKS REAR
12 — HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
à - HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS REAR
REAR LOCK LINKS
4 — VERTICAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
2 — VERTICAL LOCK LINKS REAR
4 - HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
— HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS REAR
2 — VERTICAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
2- VERTICAL LOCK LINKS REAR
8— HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
2- HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS REAR
4 — VERTICAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
4 — VERTICAL LOCK LINKS REAR
6 - HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS FRONT
2- HORIZONTAL LOCK LINKS REAR
Model 3314A
installation
Model 3314A
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2-13
Installation
2-14
Model 3314A
PRODUCT ET 132.6mm/5.219 in ]
HP PART NUMBER 5061-9702
CONTENTS
PART NO.
5061-0036
5040-7217
5040-7216
. 0515-1106
0380-1721
CAUTION: PLEASE VERIFY THE METRIC (5021- . . . ) OR THE INCH (8020- . . .
“INCH”
EQUIV.
PART NO.
2510-0194
) PART NUMBER
ON TOP OF THE FRONT FRAME OF THE CABINET FOR THE CORRECT SCREWS.
INSTRUCTIONS
1. REMOVE SIDE TRIM STRIPS.
2. ATTACH HANDLE ASSEMBLY WITH 1 SCREW PER SIDE.
MADE iN USA 2/85
LABEL NO, 5958-3340
Model 3314A installation
HP PART NUMBER 5061-9709
CONTENTS
“INCH”
EQUIV.
QTY. PART NO. PART NO.
4....... FOOT—REAR PANEL STAND-OFF ... 5040-7221
4....... M3.5 x 0.6 x 8 PAN HD. SCREW ..... 0515-1232 2360-0195
CAUTION: PLEASE VERIFY THE METRIC (5021-. . . .) OR THE INCH (5020-. . . .) PART
NUMBER ON THE REAR FRAME OF THE CABINET FOR THE CORRECT SCREW.
INSTRUCTIONS
1. PLACE ONE FOOT OVER EACH CORNER BOSS ON REAR CASTING
AND SECURE WITH 1 SCREW.
MADE IN USA 2/85
LABEL NO. 5858-3344
2-15
Installation Model 3314A
SUE MODLULUILES
HP PART NUMBER 5061-9695
CONTENTS
“INCH”
EQUIV.
QTY. PART NO. PART NO.
4....... FOOT—REAR & CORD WRAP ....... 5040-7213
4....... M3.5 x 0.6 x 25 PAN HD. SCREW .... 0515-1233 2560-0209
CAUTION: PLEASE VERIFY THE METRIC (5021-. . . .) OR THE INCH (5020-. . . .} PART
NUMBER ON THE REAR FRAME OF THE CABINET FOR THE CORRECT SCREW.
INSTRUCTIONS
1. PLACE ONE FOOT OVER EACH CORNER BOSS ON REAR CASTING
AND SECURE WITH 1 SCREW.
MADE IN USA 2/85
LABEL NO. 5958-3334
Model 3314A Operation
HP-IB PROGRAMMING SUMMARY
HP-IB Address
The 3314A's HP-IB address is set at the factory to 7. To view the current HP-15 address, press the BLUE shift
key and then the LOCAL key. To change the HP-IB address, press the RECALL and then the LOCAL keys, rotate
the TUNING KNOB until the desired address is displayed and then press the STORE and LOCAL keys. Listen Oniy
is set by incrementing the address past 30.
3314A Programming Codes
HPAB- Cadet.
33144 Function НРАВ Cañas Formal Bf Венето Unis ATA" Function Format of Aeterned Data
Program Gueery - Do ; a Program | Gwary _ -
= = = Se
Amaolitude АР САР AP OOCODOJé dov or Preset PR
ME тер My AP OGQODÔG dddV D ст `
Vait р-р vo AP 000000 ddédV0 or Range Down RE
AP OO000.CodddvO
; Range Hold Rid
Amp: Modulation AM DAM uli SEE ñ
OFF 0 DC ОП вет 116 2
Oh 1 Amphzude 1 104
Frequency * р В
ARE AR GAR AR
OFF © Range Un Ra
IN 3
ENClear Wave ой Веса! fnon- ARB EC
Вед: тег О нк 5
Calibrate All CA
Hecall Wave [ARE] Ri RW Rg
Caibrate Disable CR ARH ON and recall
Wave он 5
Calibrate Enable LE
SAC Mask, tars 0-3 MI
Calibrate Frec CF Mask & to Ù
Data Transfer Mode DA SAD Mask, bite 4.7 MH
Unbuftered 1 Stack : amo
95 Byte Buiter 7
Start Frequency ST OST ST O0dodddddd HZ or
Delete Vector OV Hertz HZ ST 0O0OQOddd. GHZ or
: kilo-Hertz KZ ST O00000dd.dehi7 or
at О GOT OT QO000.0ddddSN or Mega-Hartz M2 ST 9000004 éddHZ
milk-Seconts MS ET 0000. 00dddadSh . :
Seconds SM Sion Frequency sP ase SP Oogddddddd.HZ or
Display Eros DE Hertz Hz SP O00O0Odéd.dHZ of
OFF S kilo-Hertz KZ SP OCONDOde delz or
ON 1 Mega Hertz MZ SP 000000d.dechZ
Ettor Codes CER ER Store (npn-ARB: so
Register 116 5
FrequenoY FA DER FA OOdddddddd HZ or
Hartz ar FR OOOGODddédHZ or Sweep SW asw Sw:
кон Нема KT FR OO0O000de. dal De otr 0
Megs-Hertz MZ FR CONODOd.dudkiz Linear ;
Log 2
frag Meoduistion Fh OFM Fad
DEF о
LA 1
ROT de 5 7 a
Function aver A rl Flat Sweep Status Mask EM
ЭМ т ibit 5 of bratus Hyted
: - Masked ©
Function FL FU FUd
= =1 at Start i
OFF Ú
=. =1 at Stop 2
cine ! = 1 either 3
Square 2 -
Triantie 2
Insert Vector y Symmetry Sy sy SY CODCOGOGAEFC
Peroent BL
? NA МАО
Mania! sween МА 9 Swan Tri interval TI ATI T1 QOOOCOdédd SN er
ON + milk Seconds ME Ti COOD0dad.dS er
Seconds SM TI COOOD0dd.ddS of
в Теле TI OOCOOOd dddSN or
Manual 7058 мм Y; 000000 .6dddSN er
Marker Frequency MX MK MK DOdddddddd HZ or $ 00006. on or
Hertz HZ MK 000000ddd,dHZ or 0006. 0004645
Wo Herr KT ME QOO000Gd. ddd or
Mega-Hartz MZ MK O00000d.dedriz Trigger Leve LV alv Lvd
iY Threshoid 3
Mode MO Mo MO ОМ Threshold 7
Free A H
Free un 5 Trigger Slope Si, GEL Sud
№ Сус 3 Positive 1
%/7 Cycle 4 Negativa e
Fin X № 5
ем a Trigger Source 58 SA Sed
Internal 1
M Navi NA NM O000D0dddeEN External 2
Enter EN .
CO YC vo VEO
Oftaer OF QF OESCICONOONE dd O or OFF ©
Volts DC YC OFs0006CQ0d.dgdV0 UN 1
Phase Pr ЭРЫ PHs0O00000dde DG PHASE Vector Height WH ve VHsOOOOO0d dd EN
dunes С Enter EN
PLI Status Mask Pi Vecror Length VE ave vi ONOO00didé EN
Bt 5 of Status Bytai Enter EN
Masked 2
= 1 at Lock 1 vector Marker Wn OWA VM D00000dddd. EN
= 1 at Unlock .- Enter EM
= 1 either 3
а = ASCH digits O to 9.
s = sign bit, ASCI space or -.
Af other characters are exactly as shown,
All returned data is followed by an ASCII carriage return and line feed. EC! remains false.
Operation
Model 33144
HP-IB PROGRAMMING SUMMARY (cont)
Status Byte
Bits of the Status Byte are set (1) only after unmasking that bit and the condition is met. All bits are reset im-
mediately after the Status Byte is sent.
Unmasking The Status Byte
The 3314A will Request Service {SRQ line true) when a bit of the Status Byte is unmasked and the operating
7 E
5
t
Status Byte Bit Members
SIt4A Eror or Failute
1 = Error of Faityre
SAC on Y to -1 Fransiton
misrmation Flag
| =Flag
SRC an J 16 1 sanshion
Юрегатс Але
i= Adan .
ЗАО on G 16 1 fransiion
Outetut Оменоас
b= Overload
SRO on (1a 1 itassdion
Trigger Status
tx Trigger {ocurrad
SAC ca O to + tridsitics
PLi or Sweep Siatus
sae PH Mask PROGRAM CODE or
sed Sweep Mask PROGRAM ССВ
SAG on 1 ta 1 renatiga
Serve Mecuested
1= 3314 sed 580 true
Hussy Flag
ly 1514 processing HF-18 codes
SRO or 1 ta d rransinen
condition to set that bit exists. Masking is not affected by PRESET or CLEAR 7. All bits except bit 7 will set SRG
at the O to 1 logic transition. Bit 7 will set SRQ at the 1 to O logic transition and is useful when using Data
Transfer Mode 2,
indicating when the 3314A is ready to be programmed again.
3 7 5 2 fit Number 7 a 6 & BH Mamber
ME MADE
io MASHED MASKED MARKED MASKED im MASKED MASKED | MASKED
A MASKED MASEES MASKED MASKED А MASHED MASKEC - UNMASKED
8 MASKES MASKED UNMASSED MASKEN a MAKES UNMASSEZ , MASKEL
с MASKED - MASKED URMASKED LEM ASKED © MASKED LINAS SHED UNMASKED
a MASKED UNMASKED MABREC MARKED or MASHED: MASKED MASKED
E MASKED (IRNMASKE MASKEN LMM ASKED E MASHED MASKEC UNMASKCED
F MASKED UNMASKED UNMASKED MARKED F MASKED LIMA A SEED MARKED
a MASKED UNMASSED UNMASKED LEMMA SH ED 3 MASKED UNMASKED UNMASKED
H LINMASKED MASKED MASKED MASKED H UNMASKED MASKED: MARKED
i UNMASKED MASKED MASKED LNMASKED i UNMASKED MASKEL UNMASKED
J LUNMASKED MASKED UNMASKED MASKED Jd UNMASRES ' UNDASKEC MASKED
K UNMASKED MASKED UNMASKED UNMASKED K UNMASKED UNMASKED UNMASKED
L LMNMASKED UNMASKED МАКЕТ MASKED i VNMASKED MASKED MASKED
м UNMASKED LNMASKED MASKED UNMASKED М UNMASKED MASKED UNMASKEL
N UNMASKED UNMASKED UNMASRES MASKED - N UNMASKED UNMASKED MASKED
o UNMASKED UNMASKED UNMASKED UNMASKED o UNMASKED UMMASKEDR UNMASKEL
Error Codes
Status Byte Siates Byte
ER 4 Definition Bit 4 th # Сени: Hit #
o Ma arias sits gros ware lag quered (HP4B function, ody + FREGUENCY CALIBRATION ERRORS —
.. OPERATOR EFADAS Iron ARE: -.- 30 Na framiency detected o
31 Fraguency errót excoeds corection cagabiiny 0
o! Presuency Symmetry conibic! o 37 Fraguency wnstabie during calibratean o
0; Bis address entry error 0
03 Front pañet key failure 0 . AMPLITUDE CALERATHMN ÉRÉCAS --
o Cabivation meesurementa "01 periotmoesd 1
Os Allowed on sweep. oniy a 34 Sioñal amipiittde ovtside measurement roncs ©
O8 Not aliewed in sweep © 35 Signal amplitude gam too high o
or st afowed in log sweep oO 38 Signal ampituae gam too low ©
08 Sore O nor slowed © 37 Signa! ampritude gain out of hm a
ds Nomveelatite memory fost hartery Gown a 38 Signal amplit:de gar offset our of Emi о
ce DEERATOR EREQAS LAME) e --- HP-16 ERRORB ---
10 Matar ingest ant afipwed O 41 Mnemonic valid a
11 Vectar deletes not allgwad © 42 Сенанный лунтрег ку ВИС o
18 Alowed m ARB, ony N As Cara valid Ea
E Nor showed in ARE o 44 Kits invalid o
45 Range Hald not allıwes ©
- Fil ESACAÁS ++ 46 ARESWEEP peremeter contic: с
#7 Mat allowed ип Марон Sweep с
#0 Unstable rout frequency i
i Input Freeuency cuide 91 capte range ? OVERMLOAD
22 33144 output treguency would he cut of range Е
2 Internal interval > ¿Qms : 50 AM or FM/VCO input voltage axceeds normal operating limits IMP.:B) functión anly] i
#8 Internal synthesis votked 8 51 Qutput voltage exceeds safe operating limits; of, excessive external voltage igrearer 3
than + 156Y peak: applied to main output, 33144 hes disconsected itself,
3-1. INTRODUCTION
SECTION III
OPERATION
This section contains a front and rear panel overview,
error code listing, and an HP-IB summary. The Operating
Manual should be used for detailed operating
information.
Table 3. Error Codes With Status Byte Big?
Status Byte
Error $ Definition bit #
00 No Error {used via HP-IB, only}
-- OPERATOR ERRORS {non-ARB) —
01 Frequency/Symmetry conflict О
02 Bus address entry error o
03 Front panel failure/Invalid keycode O
O4 Calibration measurement not performed 1
O5 Allowed in sweep, only O
06 Not allowed in sweep 0
07 Not allowed In log sweep O
08 Store O not allowed О
09 Non-volatile memory lost battery down 0
-- OPERATOR ERRORS {ARB} ---
10 Vector insert not aliowed О
T1 Vector delete not allowed O
18 Allowed in ARS, oniy O
1% Not allowed in ARB О
— PLL ERRORS 4.
20 Unstable input frequency 1
21 Input frequency outside of acquisition range 1
22 3314A output frequency would be out of range 1
23 SWITR INTVL > 20ms 1
24 internal phase iocked loop, uniocked 0
-- FREQUENCY CALIBRATION ERRORS ---
30 No frequency detected O
31 Frequency error exceeds correction capability GC
32 Frequency unstable during calibration o
~~ AMPLITUDE CALIBRATION ERRORS ---
34 Signal amplitude outside measurement range 9
35 Signal amplitude gain too high 0
36 Signal! amplitude gain too low 0
37 Signal ampiítude gain exceeds correction capability O
38 Signal amplitude gain offset exceeds correction capability 0
-—. HP-IB ERRORS ---
41 Mnemonic invalid 0
42 Definition number invalid O
43 Data invalid 0
44 Units invalid 0
45 Range Hold not aliowed O
46 ARB/SWEEP parameter conflict 0
47 Nor allowed in MAN Sweep 9
= OVERLOAD —-
50 AM or FM/VCO input voltage exceeds normal operating limits 1
51 Output voltage exceeds safe operating limits; or, excessive 3
external voltage (greater than + 15V peak) applied to main
output. 3314A has disconnected itself,
3-1/3-2
Model 3314A
Operation
THE 3314A REAR PANEL
X3 output {only instruments with Option 001 have
— this output) is a high voltage, low impedance out-
put whose output voitage is 3 times the displayed
amplitude and offset when the Main Output is ter-
minated into 509, This output whose capable of
sourcing + 30mA peak current without clipping.
The upper frequency fimit is 1MHz.
X Axis output produces a voltage ramp from -5V
to + 5V whose voltage is proportional to the sweep
frequency. This output is useful to drive the X Axis
of plotters and oscilloscopes,
Z Axis output produces voltage levels to blank
(> + 5Vior enhance {<-5V}the intensity of an
oscilloscope display during sweep (intensifies the
marker frequency and blanks the retrace) or ARB
{intensities the current vector).
HP-1B is used to control the operating of the 3314A
from a remote controlier. This connector uses
metric fasteners and is not compatible with older
cables using english threated fasteners. Metric
fasteners are available from -hp- to upgrade older
cables.
Figure 3-1a. 3314A Rear Panel
3-3
Operation
Status
This group contains the HP-IB status indicators and the LCL
key to switch control of the 3314A from remote to front panel
operation. When the LCL key is preceded by the BLUE shift
key, the 3314A displays its HP-1B address for 1/2 second. The
НР-1В address is set from the front panel and stored in non-
volatile memory. The factory setting is 7. See "How to
Change the 3314A's HP-IB Address” located in the HP-IB sec-
tion of this manual.
The 3314A has 7 basic operating modes, The trigger signal,
either the 3314A’s internal trigger source or an external signal
RUN with sweep off.
FREE RUM Mode. The 3314A outputs continuous Sine, Square,
Triangle or ARB functions. Continuous functions, sweeps and
ARB operations are allowed. See “How to Use the FREE RUN
Mode”.
GATE Moda. The output is “gated” ON and OFF by the Trigger
“level, Gated functions, sweeps and ARB operations are allow-
ed, See "How to Use the GATE Mode”.
N CYCLE Mode. The 3314A outputs a burst of N complete cycles
of the selected function, starting when a Trigger edge is
received, The N parameter sets the number of cycles from 1 to
1989. The start/stop phase is set with the Phase parameter
from -90° to +90°. See "How to Use the N CYCLE Mode”.
1/2 CYCLE Meds. The 3314A outputs alternate 1/2 cycles of the
selected funtion when a Trigger edge is received. The start
phase of the first 1/2 cycie (and the stop phase of the second
1/2 cycle} is set with the Phase parameter from -90° to
+ 80°, See "How to Use the 1/2 CYCLE Mode”.
Fin X N Moda, The 3314A will phase lock to the Trigger
(reference) signal and output a frequency "N" times the
reference frequency. The N parameter sets "N” from 1 to
1999. The frequency limits for both the 3314A and the
reference are from 50Hz to 20MHz. See "How to Use the
PHASE LOCK Modes”.
Fin + Æ Mode. The 3314A will phase lock to the Trigger
(reference) signal and output a frequency equal to the
reference frequency divided Бу "№". The N parameter sets
"N" from 1 to 1999. The frequency limits for both the
3314A and the reference are from БОН: to 20MHz. See
“How to Use the PHASE LOCK Modes”.
ARB Mods. The ARB mode redefines the 3314A as an Arbitrary
Waveform Generator. The output waveform consists of a
series of voltage ramps called vectors, The operator has core
trol over the number of vectors, the length of each vector in
time and the height of each vector. Both continuous ARS fune-
tions (FREE RUN Mode} and gated ARB (GATE Mode} are
allowed. See ” How to Use the ARB Mode”.
Preset
The Preset key initializes the 3314A to its basic operating
state. This feature is especially useful to quickly recover from
complex operating states.
Model 3314A
THE 3314A FRONT PANEL
Store/Recall
Up to 5, non-ARB front panel control settings can be stored in
registers 1 through 5 to be recalled in the future. Register O is
reserved for the front panel setting at power off, in addition, 6
ARB waveforms can be recalled from ARB registers 0 through
5. ARB waveforms are automatically stored as they are
created,
External Trigger
One EXT Trigger is a signal you apply to the Trigger 1/0 port
that satisifies the selectable siope and threshold conditions
{note that the Trigger 1/O port is an input when EXT Trigger is
selected}. EXT Triggers are level sensitive for Gate; edge sen-
sitive for Burst, Phase Lock and Sweep operations.
Another EXT Trigger is the MAN key. You will have to press
this key twice when in Gate mode, to simulate a complete trig-
ger cycle (both levels). Once is sufficient for all other opera-
tions. The minimum signal that will consistently trigger the 3314A
№ = 300mVp-p, centered on the selected trigger threshold
voltage.
There are two EXT Triggers available from the HP-1B, the
Group Execute Trigger (GET) and the ” MN” programming com-
mand.
Internal Trigger
The SWITR IMTVL parameter sets the period of the internal trig-
ger {note that the Trigger МО port is an output when INT trig-
ger is selected}. This output signai is useful as a sync signal
during sweeps, gate and burst operations.
External Modulation
Type | Sensitivity | Range
AM |=1V ~ 100%
FM £1V - +1% of range
VCO | 10% / Volt
9% to > 100%
0% to +1% deviation
+ 10% to -80%, useable to - 100%
runction
The MAIN OUTPUT. This output has a characteristic output im-
pedance of 500. Afthough operation into other than BOQ is
allowed, the actual AC amplitude and DC offset will be dif-
ferent from the displayed values and the quality of the func-
tions will be degraded at higher frequencies due to transmis-
sion line Impedance mismatches.
The SYNC OUTPUT. This output has a characteristic output im-
pedance of 500 when terminated into =500. When terminated
into >500, it will deliver TTL compatible levels of O to
>2.5V. The maximum unloaded voitage is limited to ~3V.
The edges of the sync signal are coincident with the peaks of
the sine and triangle functions and coincident with the edges
of the square function. This relationship is inverted by Function
nvert.
Model 3314A
Entry/Sweep
Most of the keys in this group are select keys for variable en-
tries, The top row contains select keys for the more universal
parameters. Note that the biue shifted definition of these keys
presets the parameter, The second row contains the select
keys for the 3314A’s sweep capabilities, The SW/TR INTVL
key is the select key for the sweep interval {SW INTVL) and
for the internal trigger interval {TR INTVL). When ARB is active,
the sweep functions are redefined to ARB functions. The keys are
renamed by the labels below them.
Range
RAKGE UP or DOWK {1 or 1) keys multiply or divide the displayed
value by 10 until the 3314A's operating limits are reached.
This provides an extremely fast method to modify the
displayed parameter,
RANGE HOLD inhibits auto-ranging of Frequency {8 ranges),
Amplitude {4 ranges}, and/or DC Offset {2 ranges) when these
parameters are changed with the Modify knob. When in Fin X
N and Fin + N, Frequency Range Hoid also inhibits auto-
acquisition,
Operation
Modify
All variable parameters {selected by keys in the Entry Group)
are entered into the 3314A using the Modify knob or the | or
i keys. These controls change the value of the displayed
operating parameter. The Modify knob has 2 basic operating
modes calied ” Cursor” and 7 Multi Speed”,
CURSOR (a digit is flashing). This mode is useful when making
small changes or changes of constant increments. The flashing
cursor digit is incremented or decremented by 1 whenever
rotation of the Modify knob is sensed. The — and — keys
move the cursor through the display.
MULTI SPEED (no digit is flashing}. This mode is useful when
making large changes. The least significant digit in the display
is incremented or decremented 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32 times
faster depending upon how fast you turn the Modify knob.
Figure 3-1b. 3314A Front Panel
SECTION IV
PERFORMANCE TESTS
4-1. INTRODUCTION
The following tests are designed to compare various
3314A parameters to their given specifications, in order
to determine the functional accuracy of the instrument.
Test data can be entered on the Performance Test Record
located at the end of this section. The test record, which
contains the tested specifications and acceptable hmits,
may be copied without written permission from the
Hewlett-Packard Co. See Section VII, Manual
START FREQ -- 1kHz
STOP FREQ -- 10kHz
MKR -- 5kHz
NOTE
The following tests were developed using the
equipment listed in Section I of this manual.
Equipment with equal or better critical
Backdating, for “A” explanations.
Table 4-1 Performance Tests
Test Name Paragraph
Frequency Accuracy 4-2
Time Axis and Variable Symmetry 4.3
Internal Trigger Accuracy 4-4
Triangle Linearity 4-5
Start/Stop Phase Accuracy 4-6
Residual DC and DC Offset Accuracy 4-7
Square Wave Rise Time and Aberrations 4-8
Sine Wave Harmonics 4-9
AM Harmonics 4-10
VCO Linearity 4-11
Phase Locked Loop Phase Accuracy 4-12
Amplitude Accuracy 4-13
Sine Wave Power Flatness 4-14
Manual Sweep Accuracy 4-15
Step Attenuator Accuracy 4-16
Vernier Attenuator Flatness 4-17
Option 001 Test Name 4-18
X3 Gain Accuracy 4-19
Sine Power Fiatness 4-20
Harmonic Distortion 4-21
Square Wave Rise/Fail Time 4-22
Residual DC Offset 4-23
When “PRESET” is pressed on the 3314A, the mstru-
ment defaults to the following conditions:
MODE -- Free Run
FREQ -- 1kHz
AMPTD -- 100mVp-p
OFFSET — OVDC
SYM -- 50%
TRIGGER SLOPE -- Positive
TRIGGER LEVEL -- 1Vp-p
TRIGGER SOURCE -- Internal
PHASE -- 0°
N -- I
SW/TR INTVL -- 10ms
specifications may be used; however, the
operator is responsible for the determination
of accurate test results.
4-2. FREQUENCY ACCURACY TEST
This is a test to verify the accuracy of the 3314A output
signal frequency.
Specification:
Range 1,2: +(0.4% of setting + 0.2% of range)
Range 3,4,5,6,: +(0.2% of setting +0.1% of
range)
Range 7,8: + (0.01% of setting + 50ppm/year)
Equipment Required:
Universal Counter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
Procedures:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Amplitude .... RK 1Yp-p
Frequency ........ereeoecsrrarete. 19,99MHz
Frequency Range Hold .................ӎ On
C. Set the Counter as follows:
Function ........osseenrecere rre cna.s Freg A
Resolution .........ee..erocacio di a e. IHz
input Attenuation ......... cian. xi
Coupling ...............—e—rreseeseracares DC
Channel Input ............ mr rerereee Com
D. Connect the output of the 3314A to the Counter
input (sec Figure 4-1).
4-1
Performance Tests
E. Record the Counter frequency to 4 significant
digits in the test record. Compare this value to the limits
given in part A of Table 4-2 for the frequency setting of
19.99MHz,
F. Using the Range Down function, decrement the
frequency of the 3314A to the settings listed in part A of
Table 4-2, recording the measured value in the test
record.
NOTE
In order to measure the 199.9Hz frequency
setting, set the resolution of the counter to
0.1Hz.
G. Using the Modify Knob only, set the frequency of
the 3314A to 00.1Hz.
Н. Set the Counter to “Per A” and the resolution to
1kHz. |
I. Measure the period of the 00.1Hz signal. Take the
reciprocal of that value and compare the result to the
limits shown in part B of Table 4-2 for the 00.1Hz set-
ting.
J. Set the Counter function to “Freg A” and the
resolution to 0.1Hz.
Model 3314A
K. Using the Range Up function, increment the value
of frequency displayed on the 3314A to the values listed
in part B of Table 4-2, recording the measured value in
the test record.
NOTE
Allow the Counter at least 15 seconds to
stabilize and display the correct frequency
measurement.
Table 4-2. Frequency Accuracy Measurement
Parameters With Specified Limits
3314A
Frequency
Setting (A) Upper Limit Lower Limit
19.98MHz 19.392MHz | 19.988MHz
1999kHz 1999,2kHz 1998,8kHz
199, 9kHz 200.5kHz 199.3kHz
19.99kHz 20.05kHz 19.93kHz
1999 Hz 2005Hz 1993Hz
199. 9Hz 200.5Hz 199,3Hz
3314A
frequency
Setting (B) Upper Limit Lower Limit
00.1Hz 0.3Hz 0.0Hz
01H 3Hz 0.0Hz
0,.01kHz 30Hz ООН?
00. 1kHz 300Hz Ghz
*-— _— OO1kHZ 1000. 1Hz 999,9Hz
0.01MHz 10.001kHz 9,999% Hz
Model 3314A Performance Tests
UNIVERSAL
3314 COUNTER
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= FEEDTHRU
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Figure 4-1. Frequency Accuracy Test
4-3, TIME AXIS ARD VARIABLE SYMMETRY C. Set the Counter as follows:
This is a test to check the Symmetry function of the CFunction LL... 4 aa era 040 Per Avg A
3314A. Resolution ......... coin... 0.1kHz
e, Attenuation ............ co iii, x10
Specification: Channel A Slope ............. ein, +
ChannelBSlope ......... coin... —
YoSymmeftry | Specification Coupling ......... e enaerarea DC
, (Both Channels)
50% 50% + 0.2% of period Channel Input .......o ir... Com
5% 5% + 0.5% of period
95% 95% + 0.5% of period
Equipment Required:
Universal Counter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
Procedures:
À. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Function .......... i Square
Frequency ...... een. 100kHz
Amplitude .......................... 10Vp-p
SYMmetry ......... e. eee 0 50%
D. Connect the 3314A to the Counter as shown in
Figure 4-2.
E. Record the period of the 3314A Square Wave
signal (t) displayed on the Counter.
F, Change the Counter function to “TIT Avg A—B”.
G. Record reading (ty).
H. Calculate the percent of symmetry using the
following equation and record in the test record:
YeSymmetry = {t,/t)100%
I. Adjust the symmetry on the 3314A to 5%, set the
Counter function back to Period Avg A, and repeat
steps E through H.
J. Adjust the symmetry on the 3314A to 95%, set the
Counter function back to Period Avg A, and repeat
steps E through H.
Performance Tests
Model 3314A
UNIVERSAL
3344 COUNTER
у LL
L Ё L O = . CHA CHB
Lu L о © © O” © ©_
Кб Li 50 OHM
с осевые e FEEDTHRU
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Figure 4-2, Time Axis and Variable Symmetry
4-4. INTERNAL TRIGGER ACCURACY Procedures:
This test measures the accuracy of the 3314A Internal A. Preset the 3314A.
Trigger Period.
B. Set the Counter as follows:
Specification:
Function .......... cine Per Avg A
+ 0.01% of setting + S0ppm/year Resolution tree cee eee eee 1MHZz
Attenuation vv eee ea xi
Equipment Required: Coupling ............... PT AC
Channel Input ......... i... Com
4-4
Universal Counter
C. Connect the 3314A to the Counter as shown in
Figure 4-3,
D. Record the measured value of the 3314A trigger
period in the test record. The reading should be 10ms
+ (3.001 ms.
Model 3314A
Performance Tests
3314
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INT
TRIG
UNIVERSAL
COUNTER
3314 4-3
Figure 4-3. Internal Trigger Accuracy
4.5. TRIANGLE LINEARITY
This procedure determines the linearity of the 3314A
Triangle wave at frequencies between 1Hz and 1kHz,
Specification:
+ 0.2%
Equipment Required:
High Speed Digital Voltmeter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
Triax to BNC Connector
Procedures:
A, Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Function ........... iii iin Triangle
Amplitude .......... a. 10Vp-p
C. Set the Digital Voltmeter as follows:
Range viv a aa aa ea ae» 10V
Trigger ttt i ei ee 00 Ext
Readings ................ Cee I
Delay 100014444200 a a 24 a 4 a a een 6 0.00053s
D. Connect the 3314A to the Voltmeter as shown in
Figure 4-4.
E. Note the Digital Voltmeter reading, Record this
value on the Performance Test Record under “Positive
Slope Measurement”. This 1s the 10% point on the
positive slope of the Triangle (see Figure 4-5).
F. Increment the delay on the Digital Voltmeter to
the values listed below. At each increment note and
record the corresponding voltage under “Positive Slope
Measurement” in the Performance Test Record. {Each
increment represents a 10% segment of the positive
slope.)
Delay Percent of Siope
0.00060 20
0.00065 30
0.00070 40
0.00075 50
0.00080 60
0.00085 70
0.00090 80
0.00095 90
G. Measurements for the negative slope of the
Triangle wave are made by incrementing the delay on
the voltmeter to the values listed below. Note and record
the corresponding voltages under ‘‘Negative Slope
Measurement’ in the Performance Test Record.
Delay Percent of Slope
0.00105 90
0.0011 80
0.00115 70
0.0012 60
0.00125 | 50
0.0013 40
0.00135 30
0.0014 20
0.00145 10
4-5
Performance Tests Model 3314A
3314
E L. HIGH SPEFD
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e E ë Lu A L L L L 4 | | i
LLLLLLLLLL | |
LLLLLLLLLL, (ENT | BNC TO TRIAX
oLLUL|ee a al
Be
Nn 50 OHM
SYNC OUT FEEDTHRY
N TERMINATION
Figure 4-4. Triangle Linearity
H. Algebraically add the voltages recorded in the — K. The equation for determining the “best fit
“Positive Slope Measurement’ column and enter the straight line” specification for each y value is:
total in the “Ey”? space.
y = mx + b
I. Multiply Zy by 45 (which is Lx) and enter the
result in the Ex£y space, where m and b are constants to be calculated from data
previously taken.
J. Multiply each y value by the corresponding x value
and enter the result in the ‘x Times y’ column. Total NOTE
these values and enter the result in the ““Xxy” space.
Calculate the values of m and b to at least 5
decimal places.
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L. Determine the value of m using the following
equation:
_ Xy — ExEv/n
Ix? — (Zx)2/n
where Ex, Ey, Ixy, ExEy, Ex“, and (Ex)? are the
previously calculated values entered on the performance
test record, and n = 9 (the number of points to be
calculated).
M. Determine the value of b using the equation:
b= Ly/n — mIx/n
N. Calculate the “best fit straight line” value for y,
through y, using the equation:
У = mx + b
Enter each result on the Performance Test Record in the
“Best F1t Straight Line” column.
O. Algebraically add the voltages recorded in the
“Negative Siope Measurement” column and enter the
total in the “Ty” space.
P. Repeat steps I through N to determine the “best
fit straight line” values for the negative slope.
4-6. StartiStop PHASE ACCURACY
This test determines the Start/Stop phase accuracy of
the N Cycle mode on the 3314A.
Performance Tests
Specification:
+3°
Equipment Required:
High Speed Digital Voltmeter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
Triax to BNC Connector
Procedures:
À. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Function ................. i... Triangle
Amplitude ......... LL, ЮУр-р
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Trigger «o.oo i Negative Edge
C. Set the Digital Voltmeter as follows:
Range 020000041204 aa aa ea ae a a aa a à ЮУ
Trigger RR Ext
Readings ........... e .eerecocoe.eor eee i
Delay ........ recia eanooaca 0.00025s
D. Connect the 3314A to the Digital Voltmeter as
shown in Figure 4-6.
E. Record the voltage reading displayed on the
Digital Voltmeter.
F. Set the delay on the Voltmeter to 0.00075s, and
record the voltage reading.
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G. Average the readings taken in steps E and F and C. Set the Digital Voltmeter as follows:
record in the Performance Test Record under “AVG”
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I. This test passes if the average of the readings taken
in steps E & F is within + 0.167V of the reading taken in
step H. (0.167V corresponds to 3° of phase difference.)
4-7. RESIDUAL DC AND DC OFFSET ACCURACY
This is a test to determine the accuracy of the Residual
DC Offset (0V DC offset) and the Variable DC Offset
function of the 3314A,
Specification:
Residual: + 0.5% of AC Amplitude Range
Variable: +(3% of setting, +10mV, +0.5%
of AC Amplitude Range)
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+ 0.5% of AC Amplitude Range + S0O0LV
Equipment Required:
AC/DC Digital Voltmeter
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50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
Procedures: (Residual)
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency ..........00r0ererrooe ere. 100kHz
Amplitude ...... a ea a ea 00 10Vp-p
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D. Connect the 3314A to the Digital Voltmeter as
shown in Figure 4-7.
E. Record and compare the Residual DC Offset
measured on the Digital Voltmeter to the limits cor-
responding to the 10.00V 3314A setting given in Table
4-3,
NOTE
Tables 4-3 and 4-4 are provided for conve-
nience in spot checking the measured
parameters. The values obtained in this test
may be permanently recorded in the cor-
responding section of the Performance Test
Record.
F. Using the Range Down function, decrement the
amplitude displayed on the 3314A to the values listed in
Table 4-3. Record and compare the measured Residual
Offset at each decrement to its corresponding limits.
(Variable Offset)
G. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10V and adjust
the DC Offset to 5Y,
H. Record and compare the DC Offset measured on
the Digital Voltmeter to the limits shown in Table 4-4
for the 10V setting with 5V DC offset.
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I. Using the Range Down function, decrement the
amplitude of the 3314A to the values shown in
Table 4-4, each time recording and comparing the
measured Offset to its corresponding limits.
J. Set the amplitude on the 3314A to 10V and adjust
the DC offset to 0.887V.
Table 4-3. Residual DC Cffset Limits
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Voltage Setting | Upper Limit | Lower Limit
10.80 V 50mV - 5От\
1.000V bmV — BmV
100.0mV C.5mV - 3. BmV
10.00mV 50uV -50uV
Tabie 4-4. Variable DC Offset Limits
Voltage Setting DC Gifset Upper Limit | Lower Limit
10.00V sv | 521 4.79V
1.000V BV 6.18V 4,84V
100.0mV 5V 5.16V A.84V
10.00mV 5V 5,16V 4.84V
10.00V 0.887V 0.974V 0.8V
1.000V .887V 0.924V 0.85V
100.0mV 0,887V 0.924V 0,85V
10.00mV 0.887V G.924V 0,85V
10.00V —0.887V —0.8V —0,974V
1.000V —0.887V -0.85V — 0.924\
100.0mV —0.887V —0.85V -0.92Z4V
10.00mV —0.887V —0.85V -0.924V
10.00V — 5V — 4,79V — B.21V
1,000V SV — 4,84V -E5,18V
100.0mV — BV … À B4V -5.18V
10.00mV — BA … à B4V —5.18V
K. Record and compare the DC Offset measured on
the Digital Voltmeter to the limits given in the ap-
propriate section of Table 4-4.
EL. Repeat step 1 for the offset of 0.887V.
M. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10V and adjust
the DC offset to —0.887Y.
N. Record and compare the DC Offset measured on
the Digital Voltmeter to the corresponding limits shown
in Table 4-4,
O. Repeat step I for the offset of —0.887V.
P. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10V and adjust
the DC offset to —35V,
Q. Record and compare the DC Offset measured on
the Digital Voltmeter to the corresponding limits shown
in Table 4-4.
R. Repeat step I for the Offset of —3Y.
4-8. SQUARE WAVE RISE TIME AND ABERRATIONS
This test examines the Rise/Fall time and Aberrations
of the 3314A Square Wave signal,
Specification:
Square Wave Rise/Fall Time
10% to 90%)... arre. Ins
Square Wave Aberrations ...... < 5% at 10Vp-p
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Equipment Required:
Oscilloscope
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Procedures:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Function 11004444 4 4e a ae a de a ea a Square
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Amplitude ........... 0.0... .. 10Yp-p
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C. Set the Oscilloscope as follows:
Volts/Div ooo ee onoreca 2V
Time/div ....... a ae aa La ane 0.01us/cm
Coupling ............... RAR DC
Horizontal Display ..................... Main
Main Triggering ..................... Positive
D. Connect the 3314A to the Oscilloscope as shown
in Figure 4-8.
E. While observing the waveform on the
Oscilloscope, use the Horizontal Position knob to ad-
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rising edge is on top of the Y-axis graticule. Note the
distance between the 10% and 90% points on the rising
edge. If the distance between the points is less than or
equal to cm (note scope setting), the specification is
met.
F. Set the Main Triggering function of the
Oscilloscope to negative.
G. Observe the trailing edge of the waveform. Note
the distance between the 90% and 10% points. If the
distance is less than or equal to .9cm, the test passes.
H. Set the Time/div setting on the Oscilloscope to
lus/cm,
I. Rotate the Oscilloscope’s “Cal” knob (located on
the VOLTS/DIV knob) counterclockwise until the
waveform is four divisions tall. The “‘intensified’’ por-
tion on the top of the wave should be <0.5V (1 minor
division).
4-9. SINE WAVE HARMONICS
This is a test to check the amplitude levels of the Sine
Wave Harmonics.
Specification:
20Hz to S0KHZ .........o.eeorrescoor. — 55dB
S0kHz to 1,999MEHZ .......... eee... — 40dB
1.999MHz to 19,.990MHz .............. — 25dB
Equipment Required:
Spectrum Analyzer
High Frequency Spectrum Analyzer
Procedures:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency .................. 20.0Hz (Range 3)
Amplitude... oe 10Vp-p
Function ........e.exereveororare» an. Sine
Range Hold ............ cc iii. On
C. Connect the 3314A to the Spectrum Analyzer as
shown ın Figure 4-9.
NOTE
To get to the frequencies listed in the follow-
ing ranges (see Tables 4-5, 4-6, 4-7), set the
3314A to the middle value in the range (i.e.
range 3, 100.0Hz), activate Range Hold,
then use the Modify knob to select the fre-
quencies. Be sure that the frequency on the
3314A is set exactly as shown in the table,
Performance Tests
D. To verify that the Sine wave harmonics are within
specification, set the Spectrum Analyzer as follows:
1. Press “INSTR PRESET”.
2. Press “DSPL LINE” and adjust the
Control knob for a — 55 dB level.
3. Press “STOP FREQ” and set it to 8
times the 3314A frequency setting.
4. Press “MARKER” and using the Con-
trol knob, place it over the fundamental.
5. Press “MKR-—-REF LVL” and wait
for the sweep to update the screen display.
E. Observe the harmonics displayed on the Spectrum
Analyzer and verify that they are below the —55dB
level,
F. Repeat steps D (parts 3-5) and E for the 3314A fre-
quency settings listed in Tables 4-5 and 4-6 whose har-
monic level specification is — 55dB.
G. Press “INSTR PRESET” on the Spectrum
Analyzer.
H. Press “DSPL LINE” and adjust the Control
knob for a —40dB level.
I. Repeat step D, parts 3-5 for the 3314A frequency
settings listed in Table 4-6 whose harmonic level
specification is —40dB. Verify that these levels are
within the specification.
J. Disconnect the 3314A from the Spectrum Analyzer.
K. To measure the harmonics of the frequencies listed
in Table 4-7, connect the 3314A to the High Frequency
Spectrum Analyzer as shown in Figure 4-9.
L. Set the frequency of the 3314A to 1.00MHz.
M. Set the High Frequency Spectrum Analyzer as
follows:
Input Range ........e_.e.eervorecan + 30dBm
Time/div ........oneecacorre roo. As Auto
Start Frequency ,.......e o recarecor A 1MHZ
N. Measure 2nd through 7th harmonics.
O. Set the frequency on the 3314A to 10.00MHz, and
adjust the start frequency on the High Frequency Spec-
trum Analyzer to 10MHz.
P. Measure 2nd through 7th harmonics.
Q. Set the frequency on the 3314A to 19.99MHz, and
adjust the start frequency on the High Frequency Spec-
trum Analyzer to 19.99MHZz.
R. Measure the 2nd through 7th harmonics.
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Performance Tests
SINE WAVE HARMONICS
Table 4-5. Sine Wave Harmonic Test Frequencies
3Hz Resolution Bandwidth
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Frequency | Range | 2nd 3rd hth Ath 6th
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100.0Hz
199.9Hz
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1000.Hz
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Table 4-6. Sine Wave Harmonic Test Frequencies
300Hz Resolution Bandwidth
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Frequency | Range | 2nd are dth Sth Sth Th
1.00kHz 5
10.0kHz 5
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19.99kHz 5
10.0khz 6
100.0kHz 6
199.5kHz 6
100.kHz 7 — 4008
1000.kHz 7
1999 kHz 7
Table 4-7. Sine Wave Harmonic Test Freguencies
(High Frequency Spectrum Analyzer)
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19.98MHz | 8
4-10. AM HARMONICS
This test measures the AM envelope distortion.
Specification:
Sideband harmonics 40dB below sideband level
Model 3314A
Equipment Required:
Synthesizer/ Function Generator
Spectrum Analyzer
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
Procedures:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency .........eec0rireredre aa e. IMHz
Amplitude ................. cL, 10Vp-p
External Modulation .................... AM
C. Set the Synthesizer as follows:
Function ..........eeee0arrar a are... Sine
Frequency LL 2224444 a a ea ee ea a eau 1kHz
Amplitude ...... aL 1Vp-p
D. Press “INSTR PRESET”
Analyzer and set 1t as follows:
on the Spectrum
Center Frequency ....... ee eee (MHz
Frequency Span 0220111000 aen eau ee 10kHz
E. Connect the 3314A to the Synthesizer and Spec-
trum Analyzer as shown in Figure 4-10.
F. Press “DSPL LINE” on the Spectrum Analyzer
and adjust the Control knob for a —46dB level,
G. Press “MARKER” and place it over the carrier
peak.
H. Press “MER REFLVL”,
I. Note the levels of the AM sideband harmonics
{located at 1kHz intervals from sideband) relative to
The levels should not exceed this
reference.
4-11. VCO LINEARITY
This is a test to determine the linearity of the Voltage
Controlled Oscillator,
Specification:
+ 3% of setting
Equipment Required:
Power Supply
Universal Counter
AC/DC Digital Voltmeter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
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Procedures: | | F. Set the power supply voltage to -8Y + 10mY and
record the frequency reading on the Counter. Frequency
A. Preset the the 3314A. should be 2MHz + 300kHz,
B. Set the 3314A as follows: G. Set the power supply voltage to —4.5V + 10mV
and record the frequency reading on the Counter. Fre-
Frequency ............0.000r0eeeee 10MHz quency should be 5.5MHz + 300kHz.
Amplitude ................ a ae a aa 1OVp-p
VCO ea к, On H. Set the power supply voltage to +1V + 10mV and
record the frequency reading on the Counter. Frequency
C. Set the Counter as follows: should be 11MHz + 300kHz.
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Resolution ........... r.e..seire.e a. 0.1kHz
Channel Input ............. 2... Com This is a test to determine the Phase Accuracy of the
3314A Phase Locked Loop.
D, Set the Voltmeter as follows:
Specification:
Range «ii eee Auto ,
Function ©. oie eee eee canes DC +2 degrees of setting
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Equipment Required:
E. Connect the Counter, Voltmeter, and Power Sup- Synthesizer/Function Generator
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5G Ohm Feedthrough Termination
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Procedures:
À. Preset the 3314A,
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
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Frequency oii iii ceca 40 50Hz
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D. Set the Universal Counter as follows:
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Slope Setting ................ Cha. +, Chb. +
Function ............. ives Period Avg A
Periods Averaged ............ civ. 10
Channel Input .......... 2.22. Sep
В. Connect the Synthesizer/ Function Generator and
the Universal Counter to the 33144 as shown in Figure
4-12.
F. Note and record the period (1) of the 50Hz signal
now being measured on the Universal Counter.
G. Change the function of the Universal Counter to
“TI Avg A-B” and record the corresponding period
(ty).
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H. The accuracy of the phase setting displayed on the
3314A can be determined by the following equation:
ф = (t,/1)360°
where Е 15 the period of the 50Hz Synthesizer/Function
Generator signal (constant throughout the test), and t,
is the change in time between the trailing edges of the
phase locked signals (varies with phase setting).
I. Repeat step H for phase settings on the 3314A of
— 90°, 0°, + 90%, and + 199.9° noting that each phase
setting Will have a corresponding value of t; to be
entered into the above equation.
NOTE
The data taken above can be entered into the
Performance Test Record for permanent
reference and comparison.
NOTE
This test always results in positive phases.
Subtract 360° from the measured results to
obtain negative phase shifts.
4-13. AMPLITUDE ACCURACY
This test determines the amplitude accuracy of the
3314A’s Sine, Square, and Triangle wave signals,
Specifications:
Sine/Square + 1% of setting +35mV
Triangle + 1% of setting +60mV
Equipment Required:
AC/DC Digital Voltmeter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
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Procedures:
A. Preset the 33144.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency 104200044440 4 a sa na 00e S 10kHz
Amplitude ........ oii KK 10Vp-p
C. Set the Digital Voltmeter as follows:
Range «oii ees Auto
Function oii iii vein ans AC
Trigger «oi ee Internal
D. Connect the 3314A to the Digital Voltmeter as
shown in Figure 4-13.
NOTE
Cable length between the 3314A and the
Digital Voltmeter should be as short as
possible,
E. Calibrate the 3314A by pressing the Blue Shift Key
followed by the “RCL”' Key.
F. Note and record the voltage measured on the
Digital Voltmeter. Reading should be 3.535V
+ 0.0477V.
G. Repeat step E.
H. Change the function on the 3314A to a Square
wave,
[. Note and record the voltage measured on the
Digital Voltmeter. Reading should be 5.0V +£0.0477V.
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J. Repeat step E.
K. Change the function on the 3314A to a Triangle
wave,
L. Note and record the voltage measured on the
Digital Voltmeter. Reading should be 2.8867V
+ 0.0477V,
4-14, SINE WAVE POWER FLATNESS
This is a test to check the amplitude flatness of the
3314A Sine wave signal.
Specification:
20Hz to 50kHz + 0.04dB 7 SA =
50kHz to IMHz + 0.17dB 1% 7%,
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Equipment Required:
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3V Thermal Converter
NOTE
For accurate test results, allow the 3314A
and the Thermal Converter time to settle and
adjust to surrounding temperatures. Avoid
sudden temperature changes around the
Thermal Converter.
Procedures:
A. Preset the 3314A.
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B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Amplitude ...... a 7.5Vp-p
Frequency .........esserroereoreeer AA. 10kHz
C. Set the Voltmeter as follows:
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Trigger ..........emeraorererecarea. internal
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Double check the 33144 Signal Amplitude.
The input signal to the Thermal Converter
must not exceed 3V RMS (8Vp-p).
D, Connect the 3314A to the Thermal Converter and
the Digital Voltmeter as shown in Figure 4-14.
E. Record the voltage measured on the Digital
Voltmeter. This is the reference voltage for the 7.5Vp-p
3314A setting.
F. Set the frequency on the 3314A to 100Hz.
G. Carefully adjust the amplitude on the 3314A until
the voltage measured on the Digital Voltmeter is equal
to the reference voltage recorded in step E.
H. Record the 3314A’s displayed amplitude (in Vp-p)
in the appropriate section of Table 4-8 in the Perfor-
mance Test Record.
I. Repeat steps G & H for the 3314A frequency set-
tings given below:
SOKHZ
800kHz
iMFHz
SMHz
19,69MHz
J. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 7.5Vp-p and the
frequency to 10kHz.
K. Note and record the voltage reading on the Digital
Voltmeter.
L. Using the data taken in steps E & K, calculate the
reference drift of the 3314A using the equation given
below:
Drift(dB) = 20 Log (Step K Reference/Step E
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M. If Drift(dB) is < 0.025dB, the data taken in steps
F.G,H, and I is acceptable. Proceed to step O.
N. If Drift(dB) is > 0.025dB, the data taken in steps
F,G,H, and I is unacceptable. Repeat steps A through
L. If the test fails again, perform the Amplitude Ac-
curacy Test for amplitude verification and repeat
Flatness test.
OO. Disconnect the Thermal Converter from the
3314A.
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P. Using the equation: Flatness Error (dB) = 20 Log C. Set the Counter as follows:
(Displayed Amplitude/7.50V), calculate the Flatness
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4-15. MANUAL SWEEP ACCURACY
This test checks the accuracy of the 3314A Manual
Linear Sweep.
Specification:
Manual Linear Sweep Accuracy:
Stop Range = 20MHz +3% of Stop Frequency
Stop Range = 2MHz + 1% of Stop Frequency
Stop Range < 200kHz + (0.2% of Stop Frequency
+ 0.1% of Range)
Equipment Required:
Universal Counter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
Procedures:
À. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Amplitude .............. ii. 10Vp-p
Start Frequency ........ ciii een nnn. 1MHz
Зор Етеднепсу ...................... 10MHz
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D. Connect the 3314A to the Counter as shown in
Figure 4-15.
E. Press the “MAN SWEEP” key on the 3314A.
Е. Press “START FREQ.
G. Record the frequency reading on the Universal
Counter. Reading should be 1MHZ + 300kHz,
H. Set “STOP FREQ” on the 3314A to ¡MHz and
“START FREQ’ to 100kHz.
I. Record the frequency reading on the Universal
Counter, The reading should be 100kHz + 10kHz
J. Set “STOP FREQ” on the 3314A to 100kHz and
“START FREQ” to 10kHz,
K. Record the frequency reading on the Universal
Counter, The reading should be 10kHz + 400Hz,
4-16. STEP ATTENUATOR ACCURACY
This test compares the accuracy of the 3314A Step At-
tenuator against an attenuator of known precision.
Model 3314A
Performance Tests
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ATTENUATOR INPUT
SPECTRUM ANALYZER
500
Figure 4-16. Step Attenuator Accuracy
Specification:
0.001Hz to SOkHz +0.05dB
50kHz to 19.9MHz (20dB,40dB Attenuation)
+ 0.3dB
50kHz to 19.9MHz (60dB attenuation only)
+ 0.3dB
Equipment Required:
Spectrum Analyzer
VHF Attenuator*
*NOTE
This attenuator must have current certifica-
tion data at frequencies of SOKHZ, IMHz,
20MHz, and attenuations of 20dB, 40dB,
and 60dB.
Procedures:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency ii iit eesti vines 50kHz
Amplitude .......... 0.2.0.0 000.000 10Vp-p
C. Set the Attenuator to 20dB attenuation.
D. Connect the 3314A to the Attenuator and
Spectrum Analyzer as shown in Figure 4-16.
E. Set the Spectrum Analyzer as follows:
1. Press “INSTR PRESET”.
2. Enter Center Frequency (3314A Frequency Set-
ting).
3. Set Frequency Span to 2x Cenier Frequency.
4. Enable “COUNTER”.
5. Press “MKR—CF”.
6. Disable COUNTER
7, Press “MANUAL”,
8. Press “CLEAR A”,
9, Press “MKR—REF LVL”,
10. Set ‘““dB/DIV” to 1dB.
11. Press “REF LVL” and adjust to approximate-
ly 1dB below full scale.
12. Set Video Bandwidth to 10H z.
13, Press “OFFSET”,
14. Press “ENTER OFFSET’.
15. Press “SAVE (off), “4 (caly”.
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Performance Tests
F. Using the Range Down function, set the amplitude
of the 3314A to 1.000Yp-p.
G. Set the Attenuator to OdB.
H. Record the Marker Amplitude displayed on the
CRT in the appropriate section of Table 4-9 located in
the Performance Test Record.
I. From the reading taken in step H, subtract the In-
sertion Loss Error of the Attenuator. Add that quantity
to the Attenuator’s setting and enter the result under “Ac-
tual Attenuation’ in Table 4-9. (See Performance Test
Record for an example.)
J. Set the Attenuator to 40dB.
K. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.00Yp-p.
L. Repeat step E.
M. Using the Range Down function, set the
amplitude of the 3314A to 100mVp-p.
N. Set the Attenuator to 0dB.
O. Repeat steps HE.
P. Set the Attenuator to 60dB.
Q. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to
10.00Vp-p.
R. Repeat step E,
S. Using the Range Down function, set the amplitude
of the 3314A to 10.0mYp-p.
T. Set the Attenuator to 0dB.
U. Repeat steps H & 1.
V. Set the 3314A to the remaining frequencies shown
in Table 4-9, Repeat steps E through U for each setting.
4-17. VERNIER ATTENUATOR FLATNESS
This test checks the flatness of the 3314A Vernier At-
tenuator.
Specification:
20Hz to SOKHz +0.03dB
SOKHZ to 1MHZz +0.16dB
IMHz to 20MHz7 +0.7dB
Equipment Required:
Spectrum Analyzer
VHF Attenuator*
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Model 3314A
*NOTE
This attenuator must have current certifica-
tion data at frequencies of 10kHz, 50kHz,
IMHz, 20MHz, and attenuations of 10dB
and 20dB.
Procedures:
À. Preset the 3314A,
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency .......o...00 7 0reraceao 10kHz
Amplitude ............ —.rreverreceo, 10Vp-p
Range Hold iii. On
C. Set the Attenuator to 10dB attenuation.
D. Connect the 3314A to the Attenuator and Spec-
trum Analyzer as shown in Figure 4-17.
E. Set the Spectrum Analyzer as follows:
1. Press “INSTR PRESET”.
2. Enter Center Frequency (3314A Frequency Set-
ting).
3. Set the Frequency Span to 2x Center Frequency.
4, Enable “COUNTER”,
5. Press “MKR-CF”,
6. Disable COUNTER.
7. Press “MANUAL”.
8. Press “CLEAR A”.
9. Press “MKR--REF LVL”.
10. Set “dB/DIV” to 1dB.
11. Press “REF LVL” and adjust to approximately
1dB below full scale. |
12. Set Video Bandwidth to 10Hz,
13. Press “OFFSET”,
14. Press “ENTER OFFSET”,
15. Press “SAVE (of), “4 (cab”.
F. Using the Modify knob, set the amplitude of the
3314A to 3.16Vp-p.
G. Set the Attenuator to OdB.
Model 3314A
Performance Tests
ATTENUATOR
SPECTRUM ANALYZER
500
INPUT
Figure 4-17. Vernier Attenuator Flatness
H. Record the Marker Amplitude displayed on the
CRT in the appropriate section of Table 4-10 located in
the Performance Test Record.
1. From the reading taken in step H, subtract the In-
sertion Loss Error of the Attenuator. Add that quantity
to the Attenuator's setting and enter the result under **Ac-
tual Attenuation’ in Table 4-10, (Sec Performance Test
Record for example.)
NOTE
The “Actual Attenuation” calculated for
settings of 10dB & 20dB at 10kHz is the
reference attenuation to which “Actual At-
tenuation” at 50kHz, IMHz, and 20MHz
will be compared. (See Table 4-10.)
J. Set the Attenuator to 10dB.
K. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.0Vp-p and
the frequency to 50kHz.
[.. Repeat steps E through I.
M. Set the Attenuator to 10d4B.
№. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.0Vp-p and
the frequency to 1MHz.
O, Repeat steps E through I.
P. Set the Attenuator to 10dB.
Q. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.0Vp-p and
the frequency to 19.99MHz.
R. Repeat steps E through I.
S. Set (the Attemuator to 20dB.
T. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.0Yp-p and
the frequency to 10kHz,
U, Repeat step E.
V. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 1.00Vp-p.
W. Set the Attenuator to 0dB.
X. Repeat steps H & |.
Y. Set the Attenuator to 20dB.
Z. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.0Yp-p and
the frequency to SOKHz.
A.A. Repeat steps В, V-X.
B.B. Set the Attenuator to 20dB.
C.C. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.0Vp-p and
the frequency to IMHz.
D.D. Repeat steps E, V-X.
E.E. Set the Attenuator to 20dB.
F.F. Set the amplitude of the 3314A to 10.0Vp-p and
the frequency to 19,99MHz,
G.G. Repeat steps E, V-X.
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Performance Tests
Model 3314A
4314
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AC/DE DIGITAL
VOL TMETER
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+
50 OHM
FEEDTHRU
TERMINATION
3314
|
AC/DC DIGITAL
of VOLTMETER
I= X | 2] - ve
50 OHM
FEEDTHRY
TERMINATION
NC CONNECTION
Figure 4-18. X3 Gain Accuracy Connections
4-18. OPTION 001 PERFORMANCE TESTS
These tests measure the performance of Option 001 to
determine its functional quality.
4-19. X3 GAIN ACCURACY
This test measures the output voltage at the Main Out-
put and at the X3 output to determine the gain. The gain
at 10kHz is specified to be 3+ 1%.
Equipment Required:
AC/DC Digital Voltmeter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
A 5000 Feedthrough Termination consisting of:
1 4994] resistor, -hp- part number 0698-4123
Procedure:
A. Preset the 3314A.
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B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency LL LL LAN ee a AL A aa ee 0 IOkHz
Amplitude .... aa aa a aa 4e 10Vp-p
С. Connect the 50 Ohm Feedthrough to the 3314A°s
Main Output. Connect the 500Q Feedthrough Termina-
tion to the 3314A's X3 Output.
D. Set the digital voltmeter to measure = 3.5VRMS
and then measure and record the voltage from the Main
Output (V1).
E. Set the digital voltmeter to measure = 10.6VRMS
and then measure and record the voltage from the X3
Output (V2).
F. Compute the gain error using the following for-
mula:
V2
Gain Error (%) = ee —3 x 1009%
V1
Model 3314A
Performance Tests
3314
AC/DC DIGITAL
VOLTMETER
20 OHM
iv. 500
THERMAL CONVERTER
7 FECOTARU
TERMINATION
HO CONNECTION
Figure 4-19, Sine Power Flatness Connections
4-28. SINE POWER FLATNESS
This test measures the X3 Output's power level at 30VYpp
and 10kHz. Using this as a power reference, various
power levels are measured at different frequencies to
determine power flatness.
Required Equipment:
AC/DC Digital Voltmeter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
À 450 Ohm Series Voltage Reducer consisting of:
1 450Q resistor, -hp- part number 0698-3510
1V Thermal Converter
Procedure:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency o.oo HR a aa 10kHz
Amplitude ........ aa. 10Vp-p
C. Connect the 50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination to
the 3314A°s Main Output. Connect the Voltage Reducer
and Thermal Converter to the 3314A's X3 Output as
shown in Figure 4-19.
D. Set the digital voltmeter to measure = 0.007mVdc
and measure and record the thermal converter’s output
voltage (Vref).
E. Reduce the 3314A’s amplitude to 9.89Vp-p and
record the thermal converter’s output voltage (V1 limit).
This corresponds to a 0.1dB change and is the low fre-
guency flatness limit.
F. Reduce the 3314A’s amplitude to 9.44Vp-p and
record the thermal converter’s output voltage (V2 limit).
This corresponds to a 0.5dB change and is the mid fre-
quency flatness limit,
G. Reduce the 3314A°s amplitude to 8.41 Vp-p and
record the thermal converter’s output voltage (V3 Hmit),
This corresponds to a 1.5dB change and is the high fre-
quency flatness limit.
H, Set the 3314A’s amplitude back to IOVp-p and set
the frequency to each of these values:
20HZ SOkHZ SOOkHZ 1MEHZ
I. Measure and record the thermal converter’s output
voltage (V20Hz, V50kHz, V500kHz, VIMH2).
J. Voltages V20Hz and V50kHz should be within this
range:
0.1dB RANGE = + (Vref — V1 limit)
K. Voltage V500kHz should be within this range:
(0.5dB RANGE = Vref + (Vref — V2 limit)
L. Voltage VIMHz should be within this range:
1.5dB RANGE = Vref + (Vref — V3 limit)
4-21. HARMONIC DISTORTION
This test measures the relative harmonic levels with a
spectrum analyzer.
Required equipment:
Spectrum Analyzer
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
À 5000 Feedthrough Termination consisting of:
1 4990 resistor, -hp- part number 0698-4123
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Performance Tests
Model 3314A
3314 SPECTRUM ANALYZER
Yq
5000
a FEEDTHRU
| | e e 8
1 @
50 DRM
FEED THRU
TERMINATION
ND CONNECTION
Figure 4-28. Harmonic Distortion Connections
Procedure:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
Frequency oo. RK 20H7
Amplitude... 4 a ae a a nas 106 1OVp-p
C, Connect the 50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination to
the 3314A’s Main Output. Connect the 5000 Feed-
through Termination to the 3314A's X3 Output.
D. Connect the spectrum analyzer’s TVO input to the
3314A's X3 Output. Set the spectrum analyzer to measure
the fundamental and at least seven harmonics. Use the
Marker function to verify that the level of the largest har-
monic 1s more than 33dB below the fundamental,
4-22. SQUARE WAVE RISE/FALL TIME
This test uses a wide bandwidth oscilloscope to measure
the rise and fall time of a 10kHz, 30Vp-p square wave,
Required Equipment:
Oscilloscope |
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
A 5000 Feedthrough Termination consisting of:
1 499Q resistor, -hp- part number 0698-4123
Procedure:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314A as follows:
ee 10kHz
E. Repeat step D for 3314A frequency settings of oe Ce 10Vp-p
50kHz and 1MHz. The largest harmonic should be more Function + o. Square Wave
than 53dB below the fundamental at 50kHz, and more В
than 38dB below at 1MHZz.
3314 OSCILLOSOPE
LLL Lu LL
| 3 50 OHM 9 e
ç Lo FEEDTHRU
TERMINATION
NG CONNECTION
Figure 4-21. Square Wave Rise/Fali Time Connections
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Model 3314A
C. Connect the 50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination to
the 3314A’s Main Output. Connect the 5000 Feed-
through Termination to the 3314A°s X3 Output.
D. Connect the oscilloscope’s 1MO input to the
3314A°s X3 Output.
E. Set the oscilloscope to display 2 complete cycles
with the peaks of the square wave at the 0% and 100%
graticule lines.
F. Using the oscilloscope’s delay function (set the
delayed time per division to ,145/DIV), measure the rise
and fall time from the 10% to 90% graticule lines. In
both cases, this should be less than 2 divisions
{ < 20015).
4-23. RESIDUAL DC OFFSET
This test measures the DC voltage output from the X3
Output with no signal présent.
Performance Tests
Required Equipment:
AC/DC Digital Voitmeter
50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination
А 5009 Feedthrough Termination consisting of:
I 4999 resistor, -hp- part number 0698-4123
Procedure:
A. Preset the 3314A.
B. Set the 3314 A as follows:
Function ........ . ee ee LL LL Lune OFF
ОН ее RR OVDC
C. Connect the 50 Ohm Feedthrough Termination to
the 3314A’s Main Output, Connect the 5000 Feed-
through Termination to the 3314A°s X3 Output.
D. Measure the DC voltage at the X3 Output. This
voltage should be within 40mV of OVDC.
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AC/DC DIGITAL
VOLTMETER
8
—
50 OHM
FEEDTHRU
TERMINATION
NO CONNECTION
Figure 4-22. Residual DC Offset Connections
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PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD
HEWLETT-PACKARD MODEL 3314A
Tests Performed By
FUNCTION GENERATOR Date
SERIAL NO.
FREQUENCY ACCURACY TEST:
Counter
3314A Frequency {A) Specification Reading
19.99 MHz + 2000 Hz
1999 kHz + 200 Hz nee
198.9 kHz + 600 Hz
19.99 kHz + 60 Hz
1998. Hz + 6 Hz es
199.9 Hz + 6 Hz
3314A Frequency (B)
00.1 Hz + 0.2 Hz
001 Hz + 2 Hz
0.01 kHz + 20 Hz
00.1 kHz + 200 Hz
001 kHz E 0.1 Hz mena
0.01 MHz + 1Hz
TIME AXIS AND VARIABLE SYMMETRY:
Y% Symmetry Specification Caiculated%
50% + 0.2%
5% + 0.5%
95% + 0.5% cani
INTERNAL TRIGGER ACCURACY:
| Counter
Period Specification Reading
10.0ms | + 0.001 ms |
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PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
TRIAMGLE LINEARITY
Positive Slope Calculated Best
x Values Measurement x Times y Fit Straight Line Tolerance*
X, = 1 10% {y4} + 0.02V
x, = 2 20% Yo... + 0.02V
ха = 3 | 30% Vg — | to.02v
x, = 4 40% ‘Уд’ + 0.02V
x, = 5 50% Y) cm ere + 0.02V
x, = 6 60% (yg) + 0.02V
хо = 7 70% Ya) + 0.02V
Xg = 8 80% Yo) + 0.02V
ха = 9 90% {yg} + 0.02V
Lx = 4b Ly E Xy mima
(Ex)? = 2025 Ex Ly m=
Ex? = 285 b = _
* Tolerance is the maximum allowable difference between the ‘Positive Siope Measurement”
(or “Negative Slope Measurement”) and the ‘Calculated Best Fit Straight Line” value.
Tolerance is calculated by:
Tolerance = {Triangle Amplitude Specification}
= (10Vp-pk0.2%)
= 0.02V
Negative Slope Calculated Best
x Values Measurement x Times y Fit Straight Line Telerance *
хо = 9 90% Yo) + 0.02V
ха = В 80% (Ya) em + 0.02V
x, = 7 70% {V5} creme mis + 0.02V
x, = 6 60% Ya! a + 0.02V
x, = 5 50% (ye) + 0,02V
Xp = 4 | 40% (val + 0.02V
Xq = 3 30% Y a) ooo + 0.02V
x, = 2 20% yo] + 0.02V
x, = 1 10% Yi + 0.02V
Lx = 45 МУ EN Ixy
(Ex)? = 2025 Ex Ly mes
Ex? = 285 b =
PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
W CYCLE PHASE ACCURACY:
Step E Reading | Step F Reading | AVG | Specification | Step H Reading
| | | + 0.167V |
RESIDUAL DC AND DE OFFSET ACCUBALY:
(Residual) {if Option 001, add + 500uV to specification.)
3314A Voltage Offset Specification | Voltmeter Reading
10.00V Cv + 0.05V
1.000V OV + 0.005Y
100.0mV OV + 0.0005V
10.00mV OV + 0.00005V
(Variable)
3314A Voltage Offset Specification | Voltmeter Reading
10.00V 5V + 0.21V
1.000V 5V + 0.16V
100.От\' 5V + 0.16V
10.00mV 5V + 0,16V
10.00V 0.887V + 0.087V
1.000V C.887V + 0.037V
100.0mV 0.887V + 0.037V
10.00mV 0.887V + 0.037V
DE OFFSET AECURÁCY (cont):
3314A Voltage Offset Specification | Voltmeter Reading
10.00V - 0.887V + 0.087V
1.000V — 0.887V + 0,037V
100.0mV - 0.887V + 0.037V
10.00mV - 0.887V + 0,037V
10.00V — BV + 0.21V
1,000V = БУ + 0,16V
100.0mV — BY + 0.18V
10.00mV = DV + 0,16V
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PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
SOUARE WAVE RISE TIME AND ABERRATIONS
Rise Time
Fali Time
Specification
Oscilioscope
Reading
Oscilloscope
Specification Reading
= lcm
SINE WAVE HARMONICS:
Specification
Aberrations
= lem
Oscilloscope
+ 0.5V
Reading
Specification
Pass Fail
331 4A Frequency Range
20.0Hz 3
100.0+17 3
199,9Hz 3
100.Hz 4
100G.Hz 4
1989. Hz 4
1.00kHz 5
10.00kHz 5
19.99kFiz 5
10,0kHz 6
100.0kHz 6
199.9kHz 6
100.kHz 7
1000.kHz 7
1999.kHz 7
1.00MHz 8
10.00MHz 8
19.39MHz 8
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HARMONICS < — 55dB
HARMONICS < —55dB
HARMONICS < ~ 55dB
HARMONICS < — 55d8
HARMONICS < - 55d8
HARMONICS < - 55d8
HARMONICS < - 5508
HARMONICS < - 5508
HARMONICS < —55d8
HARMONICS < - 55dB
HARMONICS < — 40dB
HARMONICS < - 40dB
HARMONICS < —40dB
HARMONICS < - 4008
HARMONICS < —40dB
Measured Levels
2nd
3rd
4th bth Sth
7th
- 25dB
—~25dB
— 25dB
PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
AM HARMONICS:
Specification | Pass Fail
Harmonic Levels Below DSPL Line” Reference
VCC LINEARITY:
Power Supply Voitage Specification Counter Reading
—BV + 10mv 2MHz + 300kHz
-4,5V + 10mV 5.5MHz + 300kHz
1V + 10OmV 11MHz + 300kHz
PHASE LOCKED LOOP PHASE ACTURACY:
3314A Phase Setting Specification (8 {t,} Calculated Phase
- 199.99 SETTING + 29 не
— 80° SETTING + 2°
0° SETTING + 2°
90° SETTING + 2°
199.9° SETTING + 29 re
AMPHTUDE ACCURACY:
Function Specification Voitmeter Reading
Sine 3.838V + 0.0477V
Square 5.0V + 0.0477V
Triangle | 2.8887V + 0.0477V
SINE WAVE POWER FLATRESS:
Step K Reference
Drift(dB} = 20 Log <0.025dB
Step E Reference
Displayed Amplitude
Flatness Error(dB} = 20 Log sE
Step E Reference. … mm Drift{dB}
Step K Reference …
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PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
Table 4-8, Sine Wave Power rlatness
33144 Frequency
3314A Displayed
Amplitude
VREF
Specification
Calculated
riatness Errar
100 Mz
50 kHz
BOOKHz
1MHz
5MHz
19.99MHz
+ 0.04dB
+ 0.04dB
0.17dB
FH
+
G.17dB
+ 0.8dB
+ 0.8dB
MARUAL SWEEP ACCURACY:
“Start Freg” “Stop Freg” Specification Counter Reading
1 MHZ 10 MHz 1 MHz + 300kHz
100 kHz 1 MHz 100 kHz + 10 kHz
10 kHz 100 kHz 10 kHz + 400 Hz
Table 4-8. Step Attenuator Accuracy
Attenuator Spectrum Analyzer Attenuator
33144 Frequency Setting Marker Amplitude | Insertion Loss Actual Attenuation Upper Limit Lower Limit
20 dB 20.05 dB 19.95 dB
50 kHz 40 dB 40.05 dB 39.95 dB
60 dB 60.05 de 59.95 dB
20 dB 20.3 dB 19.7 dB
1 MHz 40 dB 40.3 dB 39.7 dB
60 dB 60.5 dB 59.5 dB
20 dB 20.3 dB 19.7 dB
19.99 MHZ 40 dB 40.3 dB 39.7 dB
60 dB 80.5 dB 59.5 dB
Example: Actual Attenuation = Attenuator Setting + (Marker! Reading - Insertion Loss!
= 20dB + {0.01dB — {- 0.013 dBY
1
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= 20.
023 dB
PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
Table 4-10. Vernier Attenuator Flatness
Attenuator Spectrum Analyzer Attenuator
3314A Frequency Setting Marker Amplitude | Insertion Loss Actual Attenuation Upper Limit Lower Limit
10 dB J "Ref Les ee,
10 kHz
20 dB Ref |
10 dB Ref +0.03 dB | Ref -0.03 ds
50 kHz
20 dB Ref +0.03 dB | Ве? - 0.03 d8
10 dB | ns Em Ве? + 0.16 48 | Ве! — 0.16 аВ
1 MHZ
20 dB Ref +0.16 dB | Ref —0.16 dee
10 dB Ref +0.7 dB Ref —0.7 dB
19.39 MHz
20 dB Ref +0.7 dB Ref -0.7 dB
Example: Actual Attenuation = Attenuator Setting + (Marker: Reading - Insertion Loss)
= 20 dB + {0.01 dB — {-0.013 dB}
= 20.023 dB
* Reference for attenuation flatness.
OPTION 001:
X3 Gain Accuracy:
Voltmeter Reading V1
~ 3.5VRMS
Voltmeter Reading Ve
~ 10.6VHMS
Gain Error (%) = > -3| x 100%
V1
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PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
SINE POWER FLATNESS:
Vref | V1 Limit | V2 Limit | V3 Limit
3314A Frequency Thermal Converter Output Voltage
20HZ
50kHz
500kHZz
{MHz
The recorded voltages for 3314A frequency settings of 20Hz and 5OkHz should fait within the range which is calculated
as follows:
0.1dB Range = Vref & (Vref — V1 Limit)
For the 500kHz frequency setting, the recorded voltage should fall within the range:
0.5043 Range = Vref + {Vref - V2 Limit)
For the 1MHz frequency setting, the recorded voltage should fail within the range:
1.5dB Range = Vref + {Vref - V3 Limit)
HARMONIC DISTGRTION:
3314A Frequency Fundamental Leve! (dB) Harmonic Levels (dB)
20Hz 2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
Harmonic Levels are acceptable if;
(Fundamental Level - Highest Level in Harmonics Column} < — 53dB
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PERFORMANCE TEST RECORD (Cont'd)
3314A Frequency Fundamental Level (dB) Harmonic Levels (dB)
50kHZ 2nd
3rd
Ath
5th
6th
AU
Harmonic Levels are acceptable if:
(Fundamental Level - Highest Leve! in Harmonics Column) < -—53dB
3314A Frequency Fundamental Level (dB) - Harmonic Levels (dB)
MHz 2nd
ard
4th
5th
61h
7th
Harmonic Levels are acceptable if.
(Fundamental Level - Highest Level in Harmonics Column} < — 38dB
SQUARE WAVE RISE/FALL TIME:
Rise Time Fall Time
Oscilloscope Oscilloscope
Specification Reading Specification Reading
<200ns 1 <200ns
RESIDUAL DE OFFSET:
Specification Measured Offset
=40 mYdc
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