HP 10430A User's manual
— HP10430A __ HP10437A | В __HP10431A __ HP10438A @ — HP10 _ 0 Eu E ewe MINIATURE — HP10434A _ HP10441A __ HP 10435A — HP10442A PASSIVE PROBES __ HP 10436A —. HP10443A OPERATING NOTE /JANUARY 1993 и “ых К a, “ % yy Te о a Hs a Ea + à Tan. Operating Note Part Number 10400-90903 Microfiche Part Number 10400-90803 EN ENTE C0 e HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE 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 National Bureau of Standards, to the extent allowed by the Bureau's calibration facility, and to the calibration facilities of other International Standards Organization members. WARRANTY 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 retumed to a service facility designated by HP. However, warranty service for products instalied by HP and certain other products designated by HP will be performed at Buyer's facility at no charge within the HP service travel area. Outside HP service travel areas, warranty service will be performed at Buyer's facility only upon HP's prior agreement and Buyer shall pay HP's round trip travel expenses. For products returned to HP for warranty service, 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. P/O CWASB4 ELL AL EEE E — mu... rar Hr = T Haies sais = або RN Plc Coo del a a LL ae Lp oT me demerit anny HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE HP 10400A MINIATURE PASSIVE PROBES TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction... ..................... Cena, enano 1 Description ........................ rare a 2 Accessories Supplied............. PSS 2 Accessories Avallable. "ere... .. 3 Characteristics ................ i. 4 vafety Considerations "ee... 7 Maintenance and Cleaning...................——.—... 7 Bandwidth Considerations .......................... 8 Probe Operation ............ iii... .. 10 Compensation Adjustments ....................... 13 Troubleshooting ................... ea 18 Disassembly/Assembly Procedures. .........cooo in. .... 19 List of Tables Table 1. HP 10400A Probe Family Characteristics ci iii... 6 Table 2. System Compatibility ....................... 9 Table 3. Recommended Test Equipment.......... 16 Table 4. Replaceable Parts ......................... 24 Й HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Figure 1. Figure 2. Figure 3. Figure 4. Figure 5. Figure 6. Figure 7. Figure 8. List of Figures HP 10400A in Use with HP 10024A Test Clip ............. Miniature Sockets ....................... Probe with Insulating Barrel and Grounding Spanner.......... ee Probe Tip with General Purpose Grabber............. Probe in Use with IC Grabber ........ High-frequency Compensation Test SetuUp..........._.ee.eeeocuoriceaa. High-frequency Compensation Adjustment Locations ................. HP 10400A Replaceable Parts........ A A A a Lu . , еее ателье оне, TO ME ne INTRODUCTION The HP 10400A Miniature Passive Probe family offers modular construction and improved reliability. Modular construction allows individual replacement of probe tips, cables, and chassis assemblies which reduce probe replacement and repair costs. Improved cable and strain relief design increase reliability. Hewlett-Packard miniature probes significantly reduce the problem of probing densely populated IC (integrated circuit) components or the characteristically minute conductors on IC boards. These small, lightweight probes allow measurements that were previously very difficult, while reducing the hazard of shorting. The probe body fits in the hend as comfortably HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE as a pencil. Two accessories that further simplify and improve connection to dual in-line packages are the IC grabber (included accessory) and the IC Test Clip (HP Model 10024A, available accessory). DESCRIPTION The HP 10400A Miniature Passive Probe family consists of fourteen probes and includes: two 1:1 probes for high impedance inputs, eight 10:1 probes, one 100:1 probe for low capacitance loading and large signals, and three probes for oscilloscopes with 50 ohm inputs. HP 10431A and HP 10441A include a probe sensor on the chassis assembly that enables HP 54111D and HP 54112D Digitizing Oscilloscopes to read the probe attenuation factor. i AA A AAA AA A pee pa ma a rif apo mek A E ds OPE HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED The folowing accessories are supplied with each probe of the HP 1N400A family: General Purpose Grabber. One general purpose grabber is supplied with each probe model. The general purpose grabber is attached to the probe tip for use on IC pins and other typical circuit measurements. HP Part Number 5061-6160. Integrated Circuit Grabber. One integrated circuit (IC) grabber is supplied with each probe model. The IC grabber is attached to the probe tip to allow easy and firm grip to an IC without the hazard of shorting adjacent pins on the IC. HP Part Number 5061-6161. Ground Lead. One ground lead with alligator clip is supplied with each probe model. The ground lead has a ferrite bead included in its construction which reduces noise in the measured signal. HP Part Number 5061-6162. Barrel Insulator. One barrel insulator is supplied installed on the tip of each probe model. The barrel insulator prevents possible shorting of probe tip and circuitry. Use barrel insulator with the general purpose grabber for correct fit of grabber. Accessory Package. One accessory package is supplied with each passive probe. The accessory package contains: four grounding spanners, one barrel insulator, eight colored cable markers, and one adjustment screwdriver. HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE The following accessories may be ordered for use with the HP 10400A Miniature Passive Probes: HP Model 10024A. IC clip provides easy probing and good high-frequency grounding of dual in-line packages and includes four insulated circuit interface pins. Additional circuit interface pins are available in packages of twelve pins. Each pin has a tip on the end so that probes such as those on HP logic analyzers may be connected for fast, functional checks of circuit operation. The HP 10024A is shown in figure 1. Figure 1. HP 10400A in Use HP Model 10211A. IC clip, same as HP with HP 10024A Test Clip 10024A except for 24-pin integrated circuits. TAL TR LLL AL ALU dd a Rn HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE HP Models 1250-2427 and 1250-2428. PC (printed circuit) Board Miniature Sockets, ideal for breadboard circuit applications where it is desirable to make a reliable circuit connection between the miniature probe tip and a test circuit. (Soldering the probe tip in place is not recommended.) The sockets are also useful in production PC board applications as an oscilloscope test point. The HP 1250-2427 plugs into the socket parallel to the circuit. CHARACTERISTICS Operating and general characteristics of the HP 10400A Miniature Passive Probes are listed in table 1. Figure 2. HP Miniature Sockets + HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Table 1. HP 10400A Probe Family Characteristics Approximate Propagation Delay: 5 ns/metre © 499 т Maximum Input: 450 Volts (dc + peak ac) 35 400 = 7 | Except -10437A 5 Volts (dc+ac RMS) 8 \ POWER 10442A 10 Volts (dc+ac RMS) = 300 - A DISSIPATION 10443A 15 Volts (dc+ac RMS) = \ AREA OPERATING ENVIRONMENT 2 200 - AN Temperature: -25°C to +65°C O oo. alles N Humidity: to 95% relative to +40* C x OPERATION ON Altitude: to 4.6 km (15,000 ft) = AREA ae. Shock: 50 g (400 g tip only) 1/2 1/2 sine wave MHZ 1OMHz ~~ 30MHz 100MHz 30OMHz WEIGHT: 87.9 g (3.1 07) 1-metre cable with FREQUENCY alt accessories Voltage Versus Frequency Rating Curve (High-Z-Probes) Table 1. HP 10400A Probe Family Characteristics (continued) r ee e A ST a : CRETRTITIT Co pm sede пенные т a a pq a 0 = MAT RETA AEREA E E ATA "HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE HP PROBE MODEL 10430A 10431A 10432A 10433A 10434A 10435A 10436A 10437A 10438A 10439A 10440A 10441A 10442A 10443A PROBE INPUT C 6.5 pF 6.5 pF 7.5 pF 10 pF 8 pF 7.5 pF 11 pF NA 40 pF 64 pr 2.5 pF 9 pF 1.2 pF 1.2 pF PROBE INPUT R 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 10 Megohm 10 Megohm 10 Megohm 1 Megohm 10 Megohm 50 ohm NA NA 10 Megohm 1 Megohm 500 ohm 1000 ohm DIVISION RATIO 10:1 10:1 10:1 10:1 10:1 10:1 10:1 1:1 1:1 1:1 100:1 10:1 10:1 20:1 CABLE LENGTH 1 METER 1 METER 1 METER 2 METER 1 METER 1 METER 2 METER 2 METER 1 METER 2 METER 2 METER 2 METER 2 METER 2 METER OSCILLOSCOPE INPUT R 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 50 ohm NA NA 1 Megohm 1 Megohm 50 ohm 50 ohm “NA = Not Applicable Eee EE EE A ES PE EE AA Aaa TN ando e Ei hs EE чо лы Mpls bbs es twee +o 0 dean a , — -. e ——]—]F—][]]]—] esta 6 CT Da meta me ae HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS shock hazard that could be lethal (depending on voltage and current | WARNING | conditions). These probes are designed for use with MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING oscilloscopes that have a common terminal at GROUND POTENTIAL (in Maintenance of the probes consists of accordance with the Occupational Safety cleaning, adjustment, and parts replacement. and Health Administration and the The probes may be cleaned with a soft cloth National Electric Code). Exposed and a mild detergent diluted with water. metallic surfaces of the probe and Cleaning with alcohol or a harsh detergent oscilloscope MUST BE GROUNDED. may damage the surface of the probe parts. Failure to ground the common terminal Adjustment procedures and numbers for during certain applications, such as ordering replaceable parts are included in this those requiring the oscilloscope to be operating note. powered from an external battery, might expose the operator to an electrical TNT Te eb pm = лан Ра, ERE TA rn ME Pad mf a RA HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE BANDWIDTH CONSIDERATIONS The HP 10400A Miniature Probes span three bandwidths. The HP 10430A/31A/41A are designed for use with oscilloscopes having bandwidths of up to 500 MHz. The HP 10432A/33A/35A/40A are designed for oscilloscopes with bandwidths up to 300 MHz, and the HP 10434A/36A are used with oscilloscopes with bandwidths up to 100 MHz. The dominant probe limitation to system bandwidth is its input capacitance, assuming the high-frequency compensation adjustments have been made. Displayed bandwidth of any measurement system using an oscilloscope and probe is determined by four factors: probe Input capacitance, source impedance, source bandwidth and oscilloscope bandwidth. The system bandwidth when using the 50 ohm probes (10437A/42A/43A) with a 50 ohm test source is generally the bandwidth of the oscilloscope up to 1 GHz approximately. Table 2 is a list of the HP 10400A probes and the specifications of oscilloscopes that are compatible with the probes. Table 2. System Compatibility HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE HP PROBE OSCILLOSCOPE OSCILLOSCOPE MAXIMUM MODEL INPUT C INPUT R BANDWIDTH 10430A 6-9 pF 1 Megohm 500 MHz 10431A 6-9 pk 1 Megohm 500 MHz 10432A 10 - 16 pF 1 Megohm 300 MHz 10433A 10 - 16 pF 1 Megohm 300 MHz 10434A 18 - 22 pF 1 Megohm 100 MHz 10435A 10-16 pF 1 Megohm 300 MHz 10436A 18 - 22 pF 1 Megohm 100 MHz 10437A NA 50 ohm NA 10438A NA NA NA 10439A NA NA NA 10440A 6-14 pF 1 Megohm 300 MHz 10441A b-9pF 1 Megohm 500 MHz 10442A NA 50 ohm NA 10443A NA 50 ohm NA TU A ir ar PA AA E A A A Pe UT A ad Se rer mmr teeth + ome mn —————— == Fn mf pam A dk nd ly med LL ow oe, om HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE PROBE OPERATION | CAUTION | Do not solder probe tip to any surface. Soldering will damage probe tip. The probe tip may be used without any accessories for probing in hard-to-get places. The cable strain relief may be snapped out of position and slid back on the cable when using two or more probes in close proximity, as In figure 1. When using the probe in the _subminiature mode, care must be taken to avoid shorting components in the circuit where probing. The insulating barrel (supplied accessory) may be used to cover the tip ground shield to prevent the hazard of shorting when 10 ii ii tid All nr candy eh cnn amen aes ко осно 5 Pm Ari probing within a circuit. The insulating barrel has two positions: the first position covers the ground shield by the probe tip and the second position exposes the ground shield at the probe tip. A grounding spanner may then be added to the probe tip and still make contact with the ground shield. | CAUTION If using the probe without any accessories, use caution because the probe could cause a short if it is dropped within the circuit. Probe Tip with Ground The probe may be used without either supplied grabber for point-to-point probing. Ground the probe by attaching the ground lead (MP3) or a grounding spanner (both supplied accessories). Either accessory provides reference for a ground point. To avoid possible shorting of other circuitry, use the barrel insulator (supplied accessory) in conjunction with the ground lead or grounding spanner. Figure 3 is the probe in use with the barrel insulator and a grounding spanner. To install the barrel insulator, press on with the “wider end of the insulator to the probe body. Press the grounding spanner on and twist a few times to ensure it is fully mounted. When used with only the insulating barrel and a grounding spanner, the probe is in its subminiature mode of operation and a very short ground lead is obtained. BER me . DE dE TY TR Ebanks ray a PET Lo ME tim sa hea x HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE and Grounding Spanner 11 eee be A pe, " - TEA жет a re PLA HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Probe Tip with General Purpose Grabber The general purpose grabber (MP1) is used for most typical in-circuit probing and ICs. Attach the ground lead (MP3) to the probe and then the insulating barrel and the general purpose grabber, as in figure 4. Attach the grabber to a probing point by pressing the grabber body towards the probe body, placing hook tip of grabber around probing point, and releasing the grabber body. 12 Figure 4. Probe Tip with General Purpose Grabber PL ta rar LMC io Me a DEA Cp EE à ES HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Probe Tip with IC Grabber The IC grabber (MP2) is mounted across an IC to probe a single pin of an IC without hazard of shorting adjacent pins. Install the IC grabber by holding the inner body of the IC grabber and pressing firmly onto probe tip until a positive click is heard. The IC grabber may also be used with the ground lead. The IC grabber is shown across an IC in figure 5. To attach IC grabber to IC: place forefinger over holder on bottom of IC grabber, place thumb on spring activated outer-body trigger, and press outer body away from inner body of the grabber. To release IC grabber from IC, use same procedure that attaches the grabber to IC. To remove IC grabber from probe tip: grasp grabber on inner body (above the spring activated outer body) and firmly pull away from probe tip. Figure 5. Probe in Use with IC Grabber 13 A RE | Лени ЗА ТВЕН bi HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE | | COMPENSATION ADJUSTMENTS oscilloscope. If the input capacitance of the oscilloscope changes as ranges are aa The miniature probes require two adjustment switched, compensation must be procedures: one for low-frequency adjusted each time a new range is compensation and one for high-frequency selected. compensation. Low-frequency compensation | Is an operating adjustment and high-frequency Low-frequency Compensation compensation is accomplished periodically, according to maintenance schedules. Most Hewlett-Packard oscilloscopes have a Low-frequency compensation must be calibrator (square-wave) output suitable for | performed before performing high-frequency low-frequency compensation. If your compensation. oscilloscope does not have such an output, use a square-wave generator set for an NOTE approximate 1-2 kHz output. Low-frequency compensation is adjusted To accomplish low-frequency compensation, | oscilloscope. Probe compensation will usually hold over all the ranges when when the probe is first connected to the proceed with the following steps: used with a Hewlett-Packard | 14 1. Connect probe to oscilloscope. 2. Connect probe tip to oscilloscope | calibrator output (or square-wave generator). 3. Adjust oscilloscope to display 6 divisions of amplitude. 4. Use adjustment too! (supplied accessory) to adjust C1 (through opening in cover of probe chassis) for the flattest possible pulse top. HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE High-frequency Compensation The purpose of high-frequency compensation in probes is to nullify probe rise time loss other than that added by the probe input capacitance. High-frequency compensation requires an external 10 kHz pulse generator with a rise time compatible to the system (oscilloscope and probe). Refer to table 3 for required transition time of pulse generator before preforming high-frequency compensation adjustments. Any pulse generator meeting the given specification may be used for this adjustment. 15 e A NAAA A PO A a “HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Table 3. Recommended Test Equipment HP PROBE PULSE GENERATOR SUGGESTED MODEL TRANSITION TIME EQUIPMENT 10430A < 100 ps TEK 284 10431A < 100 ps TEK 284 10432A <0.5 ns TEK 502 10433A < 0.5 ns TEK 502 10434A <1ns HP 8082B 10435A < 0.5 ns TEK 502 10436A <1ns HP 8082B 10437A NA NA 10438A NA NA 10439A NA NA 10440A < 100 ps TEK 284 10441A < 100 ps TEK 284 10442A NA NA 10443A NA NA NA = Not Applicable 16 NOTE Adjust for low-frequency compensation before performing high-frequency compensation or adjustment may not be accurate. To accomplish high-frequency compensation proceed with the following steps: 1. Using 50-ohm coaxial cable, connect pulse generator directly to channel input connector on oscilloscope. Terminate oscilloscope into 50 ohms. 2. Verify that both channels of oscilloscope meet their published rise time/perturbation Specifications. “ HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE 3. Set oscilloscope input terminations for: Channel A... High Impedance Channel B............... ........ 50-ohms OSCILLOSCOPE NOTE PULSE GENERATOR For oscilloscopes with 1 M-ohm impedances only, use a 50-ohm OCH.A OCH.B o feedthrough termination. 4. Connect equipment as in figure 6. Ju \ NT 20d8 ATTENUATOR >. Adjust oscilloscope for highest sensitivity PROBE TIP TO BNC ADAPTER (lowest vertical range). (HP 1250-1454) Figure 6. High-frequency Compensation Test Set-up 17 dy a ey it at ° - ней Mr: ae ét AB ea A aa HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE 9. 10. 11. 12. 18 Adjust pulse generator output for oscilioscope display of approximately 6 divisions. Slide off probe chassis assembly cover to expose adjustments. Refer to figure 7 for adjustment locations. Set high-frequency compensation resistor R1 to minimum resistance (completely counterclockwise). Set high-frequency compensation resistor R2 to minimum resistance (completely clockwise). Figure 7. High-frequency Compensation Adjustment Locations 13. Increase resistance by adjusting R1 and R2 alternately in small increments until channel # and channel B waveforms are similar. 14. Replace probe chassis cover. HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE TROUBLESHOOTING Probe Tip Failure Excessive force on the probe tip assembly may result in a bent or broken tip. A slight bend may be carefully straightened with pliers. If the bend is extreme, the probe tip will probably have an open circuit and should be replaced. Suspect probe tips may be checked with an ohmmeter or by substitution with a known good probe. Probe Cable Failure A bent or pinched cable may have inner and/or outer conductive changes that may affect bandwidth and pulse response characteristics. Extreme stress in the cable may cause center conductor failure. 19 TUTTI ATA A A LA py. ° НР 10400A OPERATING NOTE In either case, replacement of the cable is necessary. Probe Chassis Failure Chassis failure is uncommon and is usually the result of mechanical abuse. Replace chassis assembly if failure occurs. DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES Disconnect chassis assembly (A1A1) from cable assembly (A1A3) by unscrewing the knurled nut. Use a 10 mm open-end or an adjustable open-end wrench to loosen the nut, 20 Disconnect probe tip assembly (A1A2) from cable assembly (A1A3) with the following procedure: 1. Remove all accessories from probe tip. 2. Grasp probe body tightly and pull tip away from probe body. No tools should be required unless the probe has been physically damaged. | CAUTION | Use of tools (pliers, etc.) may damage circuitry located in the probe tip. Do not use tools to remove probe tip unless tip has been damaged and cannot be removed easily or it is going to be discarded. HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE NOTE Six to eight pounds of force is required CAUTION | to disconnect and connect the probe tip and probe cable. To increase grip on Do not use tools (pliers, etc.) to install probe tip barrel, wind a rubber band probe tip. Tools may damage circuitry around the barrel several times to located in the probe tip. Use rubber provide a non-slip grip. band as indicated in previous note. 3. Connect probe tip assembly to cable assembly by grasping probe cable tightly and push tip onto cable end until a positive click is heard and tip barrel is bottomed out against shoulder on cable interconnect. 21 HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE REPLACEABLE PARTS All HP 1C400A replaceable parts are shown in figure 8 and listed in table 4 cf this operating note. When ordering a part, address the order to the nearest HP Sales/Service Office. Provide model number of the probe and a complete description of the part, including HP part number. To order additional probes, orders may be placed with the Hewlett-Packard Direct Marketing Division at the following address: Hewlett-Packard HP Direct, Test and Measurement 5301 Stevens Creek Blvd. MS51LSC santa Clara, CA 95052-8059 USA 22 To order by telephone, call one of these tol! free numbers: 800-452-4844 or, in California: 408-246-4300 e EA ME EE IICA AA bry: rrr da ra р = же et tr ot dp HTA TT Nm ce TRIE A TE ert Tr A ен текут pear wb ho ne - .. e e Rs ES ESTE TE O STAN to o LM AB AA ed A A NA ea at | HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE ATA? MP1 MP2 MP4 ACCESSORY PACKAGE Figure 8. HP 10400A Replaceable Parts 23 HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Table 4. Replaceable Parts DESIGNATOR HP PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION ATA1 АТА! A1A1 ATAT ATA! ATAT ATA! AMAT ATAT ATA ATA! 10430-60101 10431-60101 10432-60101 10433-60101 10434-60101 10435-60101 10436-60101 10438-60101 10439-60101 10440-60101 10441-60101 CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10430A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10431A (INCLUDES PROBE SENSOR PIN) CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10432A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10433A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10434A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10435A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10436A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10438A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10439A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10440A CHASSIS ASSEMBLY - HP 10441A (INCLUDES PROBE SENSOR PIN) 24 т li o E PT - Tr Meld LEARNER Git, NES Rd ef te Гы + HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Table 4. Replaceable Parts (continued) DESIGNATOR HP PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION ATA? 5061-6145 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10430A/31A - WHITE ATA? 5061-6151 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10432A - RED ATA? 5061-6146 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10433A - BLUE ATA? 5061-6150 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10434A - BROWN ATA? 5061-6147 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10435A - GREEN ATA? 5061-6152 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10436A - ORANGE ATA? 5061-6149 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10437A/38A/39A - BLACK ATA? 5061-6148 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10440A - YELLOW ATA? 5061-6153 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10441A - PURPLE АТА? 5062-7387 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10442A - GRAY ATA? 2062-7388 TIP ASSEMBLY - HP 10443A - TAN ATA3 5061-6139 CABLE ASSEMBLY - 1 METRE - HIGH Z-HP 10430A/ 31A/32A/34A/35A/38A A1A3 5061-6140 CABLE ASSEMBLY - 2 METRE - HIGH Z-HP 10433A/ 36A/37A/39A/40A/41A 25 A A ETA E AAA MAA A TA a HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE Table 4. Replaceable Parts (continued) DESIGNATOR HP PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A1A3 5061-6142 © CABLE ASSEMBLY - 50 OHM - 2 METRE - HP 10437A | А1АЗ 5062-7393 CABLE ASSEMBLY - 50 OHM - 2 METRE - HP 104424 A1A3 5062-7394 CABLE ASSEMBLY - 50 OHM - 2 METRE - HP 10443A ACCESSORIES MP1 5061-6160 GENERAL PURPOSE GRABBER/HOOK TIP MP2 5061-6161 INTEGRATED CIRCUIT GRABBER MP3 5061-6162 GROUND LEAD MP4 5061-6163 ACCESSORY PACKAGE - 4 GROUNDING SPANNERS, 1 PROBE BARREL INSULATOR*, 1 ADJUSTMENT TOOL, AND 8 COLORED WIRE MARKERS “Probe is shipped with one probe barrel insulator attached to probe tip. 26 rr dd HP 10400A OPERATING NOTE LIMITATION OF WARRANTY The foregoing warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance by Buyer, Buyer-supplied software or interfacing, unauthorized modification or misuse, operation outside of the environmental specifications for the product, or improper site preparation or maintenance. NG OTHER WARRANTY IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. HP SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES THE REMEDIES PROVIDED HEREIN ARE BUYER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES, HP SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL 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 products. For any assistance, contact your nearest Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office. . P/O CWA584 27 De C1 но маня = ни ae ETAPA NA NN dd ma Aa [a cc TE PRINTED IN U.S.A.
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