frequency counter
®_ PER ATING
AN®
S E R V I C E
M A N U A L
FREQUENCY
COUNTER
5382A
HEWLETT ~
PACKARD
CERTIFICATION
The Hewlett-Packard Company certifies that this instrument was
thoroughly tested and inspected and found to meet its published
specifications when it was shipped from the factory. The HewlettPackard Company further certifies that its calibration measurements are traceable to the U.S. National Bureau of Standards to
the extent allowed by the Bureau's calibration facility .
WARRANTY AND ASSISTANCE
This Hewlett-Packard product is warranted against defects in
materials and workmanship . This warranty applies for one year
from the date of delivery, or, in the case of certain major components listed in the manual, for the specified period.
We will repair or replace products which prove to be defective
during the warranty period provided they are returned to HewlettPackard . No other warranty is expressed or implied . We are not
liable for consequential damages.
Service contracts or customer assistance agreements are available
for Hewlett-Packard products that require maintenance and repair
on-site .
For any assistance, contact your nearest Hewlett-Packard Sales and
Service Office .
FREQUENCY COUNTER
5382A
OPERATING AND SERVICE MANUAL
SERIAL PREFIX : 1408A
This manual applies directly to HP Model 5382A Frequency Counters having serial number prefix 1408A.
NEWER INSTRUMENTS
This manual, with enclosed "Manual Changes" sheet,
applies to HP Model 5382A Frequency Counters having
serial number prefixes as listed on the "Manual Changes"
sheet.
Copyright
HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY
1974
5301 STEVENS CREEK BLVD., SANTA CLARA, CALIF. 95050
Printed : MAY 1974
MANUAL PART NUMBER 05382-90001
MICROFICHE PART NUMBER 05382-90002
PRINTED IN U .S .A .
HEWLETT&I
PACKARD
Model 5382A
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1.
Theory of Circuit Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-3 .
3-5.
Input Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Decade Counter, Latch, and Multiplexer Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-7.
Time Base Oscillator and Divider . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-9.
3-14.
Display Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-17.
Display Blanking Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset and Transfer Control Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .
3-20 .
3-22 . Recommended Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-24 . In-Cabinet Performance Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-26 . Instrument Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-28 . Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-30 . General Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-34 . Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Amplifier Balance Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-36 .
Oscillator Adjustment (Standard Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-38.
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Oscillator Adjustment (Option 001 Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-42. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-45. Replaceable Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-47 . Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-49 . Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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GENERAL INFORMATION . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Instrument Description . .
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Instrument Identification
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1.
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Unpacking and Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storage and Shipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5.
2-8.
Line Voltage Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-11 . Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable and Termination Requirements . . . . . . . .
2-13.
Ratio Measurements (Standard Counter Only)
2-15 .
2-18 .
Optimizing Noise Rejection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Model 5382A
List of Tables
List of Figures
LIST OF TABLES
Table
Title
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1-1.
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.
Recommended Test Equipment
In-Cabinet Performance Check
Replaceable Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manufacturers Code List . . . . . .
Major Signal Definitions . . . . . .
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3-12
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure
Title
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1-1.
Model 5382A Frequency Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
2-1.
2-2.
2-3.
Power Cord Connector for 240-Volt Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Front-Panel Operating Controls, Connectors, and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Rear-Panel Operating Controls and Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.
3-6.
Simplified Block Diagram . .
Troubleshooting Flow Chart
Schematic Diagram Notes . .
Instrument Timing Diagram
Component Locators . . . . . . .
Overall Schematic Diagram
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3-16
3-18
3-19
3-21
Model 5382A
General Information
SECTION
1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1-1 . INTRODUCTION
1-2. This section of the manual gives a description of the instrument, information on instrument
identification and available options, and complete specifications .
1-3. INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION
1-4. The HP Model 5382A Frequency Counter (see Figure 1-1) is a direct-counting frequency
counter that has a range of 10 Hz to 225 MHz. Eight display digits are provided . Front-panel
controls allow a selection of gate times and attenuation factors of the input signal. A rear-panel
connector and associated selector switch allow connection of an external time base oscillator .
This feature also allows ratio measurements to be made by the counter. When the optional
temperature compensated crystal oscillator is included (Option 001), the switch is not provided
and the connector allows external use of the 10 MHz time base oscillator . Refer to Table 1-1 for
all counter specifications .
1-5. INSTRUMENT IDENTIFICATION
1-6. Hewlett-Packard uses a 2-section, 10-character serial number (OOOOA00000) mounted on
the rear panel to identify the instrument . The first four digits are the serial prefix and the last five
digits refer to the specific instrument . The alphabetical character identifies the country of manufacture . If the serial prefix on your instrument differs from that listed on the title page of this
manual, there are differences between the manual and your instrument . Any lower serial prefixes are documented separately in this manual, and higher serial prefixes are covered by a
manual change sheet included with the manual .
1-7. The printed circuit boards within the instrument are identified by a 2-section, 10-digit part
number (e .g ., 05382-60001) and a 4-digit series number (e.g., "SERIES 1404"). The series number identifies the electrical characteristics of the complete printed-circuit assembly . A replacement circuit-board assembly may have a different series number than the assembly originally
supplied with the instrument . Therefore, when troubleshooting a circuit-board assembly, ensure
that the series number on the schematic diagram matches the series number on the board assembly. If the series number on the assembly is lower than the number on the schematic diagram in
Section III, refer to backdating information in this manual for change information. If the series
number on the assembly is higher than the number on the schematic diagram, the change information is provided in a manual change sheet which is available from the nearest HewlettPackard Sales and Service Office .
Figure 1-1 . Model 5382A Frequency Counter
Model 5382A
General Information
1-8. SPECIFICATIONS
1-9. Table 1-1 lists all specifications of the frequency counter.
Table 1-1 . Specifications
Frequency Range: 10 Hz to 225 MHz
Display: 8 Digit (LEDs)
Input Impedance: 1 MQ, <40 pf
Sensitivity: 25 mV (rms sinewave) 30 Hz to 10 MHz
50 mV (rms sinewave) 10 Hz to 225 MHz
Input Attenuator: Three Position (xl, x10, x100)
Maximum Input Levels :
ATTENUATOR
14 x1"
ATTENUATOR
"x10"
"x100"
DC to 40 Hz
40 Hz to 100 kHz
100 kHz to 5 MHz
>5 MHz
200 V (dc + Peak ac)
250 V rms
2.5 x 10 7 V Hz
5 V rms
DC to 40 Hz
40 Hz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 50 MHz
50 MHz to 225 MHz
200 V (dc + Peak ac)
250 V rms
2.5 x 10 8 V Hz
5 V rms
Accuracy: tl Count t Time Base Accuracy
Gate Times: Manually Selected .1 second, 1 second, 10 seconds
Resolution : 10 Hz at 0.1 second gate time
1 Hz at 1 second gate time
0.1 Hz at 10 second gate time
Time Base : Internal
Frequency: 10 MHz Crystal
Aging: <0 .3 ppm/Month
Temperature: t2 .5 ppm 0°C to 40°C
Line Voltage: t0 .5 ppm for 10% line variation
External Input
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 10 MHz
Sensitivity : 250 mV rms
1 KSZ input impedance
Maximum Input: 25 V rms do to 10 MHz
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C
Power Requirements: 100, 120, 220, and 240 V rms (48 Hz to 440 Hz)
(+5%-15%) 20 VA max.
Weight : Net: 4.75 lb (2,2 kg) Shipping : 6 lb (2,8 kg)
Dimensions: 3.5 in . H x 6.25 in . W x 9.75 in . D (89 mm x 160 mm x 248 mm)
OPTION 001
Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator Frequency: 10 MHz
Aging: <1 part in 10'/Month
Temperature: t1 ppm 0°C to 40°C
Line Voltage: 1 part in 10 7 for 10% change
External input replaced with Oscillator Monitor Output on Option 001
Model 5382A
Installation and Operation
SECTION 11
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
2-1 . INTRODUCTION
2-2. This section of the manual provides information about unpacking, inspecting, storing, and
shipping the frequency counter and gives instructions for operating the counter. Descriptions of
all controls, connectors, and indicators are included .
2-3 . UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
2-4. If the shipping carton is damaged, ask that the carrier's agent be present when the instrument is unpacked . Inspect the instrument for damage such as scratches, dents, broken switches,
etc. If the instrument is damaged or fails to meet performance tests, notify the carrier and the
nearest Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office immediately. Performance check procedures
are located in Section III, and Sales and Service Offices are listed at the back of this manual .
Retain the shipping carton and the padding material for the carrier's inspection . The Sales and
Service Office will arrange for the repair or replacement of the instrument without waiting for
the claim against the carrier to be settled.
2-5. STORAGE AND SHIPMENT
2-6. PACKAGING. To protect valuable electronic equipment during storage or shipment,
always use the best packaging methods available. Your Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service
Office can provide packaging material such as that used for original factory packaging. Contract
packaging companies in many cities can provide dependable custom packaging on short notice .
2-7. ENVIRONMENT. Conditions during storage and shipment should normally be limited as
follows:
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Maximum altitude : 25,000 ft .
Minimum temperature: -40°F (-40°C) .
Maximum temperature: +131°F (+55°C).
2-8. LINE VOLTAGE SELECTION
2-9. The counter is supplied from the factory with the LINE VOLTAGE SELECTOR switches set
for 120-volt, 60 Hz operation. If any other supply voltage is to be used, change the rear-panel
switch settings as follows:
a.
Using a small screwdriver, a pencil, or other
suitable tool, set the LINE VOLTAGE
SELECTOR switches on the counter's rear
panel to the positions shown next to the
desired voltage marking on the rear panel.
b.
Ensure that the correct fuse is installed . Use
a Listed, 0.250 ampere, slow-blow fuse for
100-volt or 120-volt operation or a Listed,
0.125 ampere, slow-blow fuse for 220-volt
or 240-volt operation.
2-10 . If the counter is to be used in the USA with a
240-volt, 60 Hz power source, use a power cord with a
Listed connector of the type shown in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1 . Power Cord Connector for
240-Volt Operation
Model 5382A
Installation and Operation
2-11 . OPERATION
2-12. Figures 2-2 and 2-3 describe the operation of each panel control, connector, and indicator.
The following paragraphs describe proper cable and cable termination use, how to make ratio
measurements with the counter, and how to optimize noise rejection with the ATTENUATOR.
2-13 . Cable and Termination Requirements
2-14 . To prevent miscounting due to noise, shielded cables should be used to make measurements. More specifically, a coaxial cable with a 50-ohm characteristic impedance and BNC connectors at each end are recommended for most measurements . At higher frequencies the 50-ohm
cable becomes an important factor . Whenever the measured source has a 50-ohm output impedance (this is the case with most test oscillators), a 50-ohm feedthrough termination should be
used. On the other hand, in cases where minimal source loading is desirable, the 50-ohm feedthrough termination should be omitted from the circuit. At frequencies up to approximately 10
MHz, and at all but the lowest signal levels, a 10:1 divider probe can be used to further reduce
source loading.
2-15 . Ratio Measurements (Standard Counter Only)
2-16. The standard counter will measure the ratio between the frequencies of two signals if one
of the signals is applied to the rear-panel OSCILLATOR-EXT IN connector and the other signal
is applied to the front-panel INPUT connector. (The Option 001 counter does not have an
external oscillator input connector.) Be sure to refer to Table 1-1 for signal level and frequency
limits . The displayed value represents the ratio of one frequency to the other as shown by the
following formula:
= Display Value
freq at INPUT
X
freq at OSCILLATOR-EXT IN
where X = 10 if GATE TIME is .1s
104 if GATE TIME is 1s
107 if GATE TIME is 10s
2-17 . Note that in the above formula the term "X " changes by a factor of 1000 (103) for each
change in GATE TIME setting. GATE TIME, itself, changes "X" by a factor of 10, and the decimal point in the display shifts two places (102) for a total of 103. Note, also, that actual measurement time increases as the frequency applied to the OSCILLATOR-EXT IN connector decreases.
If the frequency applied to the OSCILLATOR-EXT IN connector is 1 MHz, for example, and
GATE TIME is set to Is, actual measurement time will be 10 seconds.
2-18. Optimizing Noise Rejection
2-19. A measured signal may have a large harmonic content or noise from other sources. The
presence of either can cause inaccurate or unstable displays from the counter. Measurement
errors from these sources can be minimized or eliminated by proper use of the ATTENUATOR
switch .
2-20 . The ATTENUATOR should usually be set to "X100", then reduced, one step at a time, until
a stable display is obtained . If the signal contains a high percentage of amplitude modulation,
however, the above procedure may cause counting of only a portion of the cycles of the carrier
signal. In these cases, the ATTENUATOR should be set to "Xl" (be sure that the input amplitude
does not exceed the limits specified in Table 1-1), then increased to "X10" or "X100" if this is
possible without causing the displayed value to change or become unstable .
Model 5382A
Installation and Operation
5382-A-1
1.
Display: Eight digits of LED (light-emitting diode) display are provided on the front
panel. A decimal point illuminates in the proper position according to the setting of
the GATE TIME switch, and an over-range indicator in the upper, left corner of the
display illuminates when the counter overflows.
2.
LINE switch: The ac power LINE switch is a push-on, push-off type ; in the on position,
the pushbutton is set further into the front panel.
3.
GATE TIME switch : Gate time (measurement time) can be set at 0.1-second, 1second, or 10 seconds with the GATE TIME switch. These positions give resolutions
of 10 Hz, 1 Hz, and 0.1 Hz, respectively. If the GATE TIME switch is set to 1s, for
example, it will take one second to make a measurement and the measured value will
be displayed in 1 Hz increments . Manual resetting of the counter circuits occurs whenever the GATE TIME switch position is changed. Set the GATE TIME switch to provvide the best compromise between measurement speed and resolution of the displayed value.
4.
ATTENUATOR switch : The three-position attenuator switch provides for attenuation
of input signals by factors of 10 and 100. The input signal is not attenuated when the
switch is set to the "X1" position . The attenuator is used to extend the range of input
signal levels that can be measured by the counter and to optimize noise rejection.
Maximum sensitivity of the counter ranges from 25 millivolts rms with the attenuator
set to "X1" to 2.5 volts rms with the attenuator set to "X100" . If the amplitude of a
measured signal is unknown or if signal noise causes the display to be unstable, set the
ATTENUATOR to "X10" or "X100", then reduce the attenuation, if necessary, until a
stable display is observed .
CAUTION
BE SURE THAT THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE INPUT
VOLTAGES AS GIVEN IN TABLE 1-1,
SPECIFICATIONS, ARE NOT EXCEEDED . DAMAGE TO THE
COUNTER MAY OTHERWISE RESULT .
5.
INPUT connector: Connect the signal to be measured to the BNC-type INPUT jack .
Input impedance is 1.0 megohm .
Figure 2-2. Front Panel Operating Controls, Connectors, and Indicators
Model 5382A
Installation and Operation
5382-A-2
1.
Power connector: Connect the source of ac power to the rear-panel power connector.
2.
Fuse: A Listed, 0.250 ampere, slow-blow fuse is required for 100-volt or 120-volt
operation; a Listed, 0.125 ampere, slow-blow fuse is required for 220-volt or 240-volt
operation.
3.
OSCILLATOR-EXT IN connector: An external oscillator can be used in place of the
counter's internal time base oscillator . Connect the signal to the OSCILLATOR-EXT
IN connector and set the OSCILLATOR-EXT/INT switch to EXT. See Table 1-1 for
oscillator signal requirements .
4.
OSCILLATOR-EXT/INT switch: Set the EXT/INT switch to correspond with the
source of the time base oscillator signal (see item 3, above) .
5.
OSCILLATOR-ADJ control: The ADJ control is used to set the frequency of the
internal time base oscillator. Refer to the Adjustments paragraphs in Section III for
information.
6.
LINE VOLTAGE SELECTOR switches: Set the switches to correspond with the voltage of the ac power source. (Refer to Paragraph 2-8 for instructions.)
7.
MONITOR OUTPUT connector: Use this connector to monitor the 10 MHz time base
oscillator .
8.
ADJ control: Same as 5, above.
5382-A-3
Figure 2-3. Rear-Panel Operating Controls and Connectors
2-4
Model 5382A
Maintenance
SECTION III
MAINTENANCE
3-1 . INTRODUCTION
3-2. This section of the manual provides all information necessary to service the counter. The
following topics are included :
a.
Theory of circuit operation.
b.
In-cabinet performance checks .
c.
Instrument access instructions .
d.
Preventive maintenance.
e.
General repair information.
£
Adjustment procedures .
g.
Troubleshooting instructions .
h.
Replaceable parts lists.
i.
A schematic diagram with support information.
3-3. THEORY OF CIRCUIT OPERATION
3-4. The input limiter, the input amplifier, and the Schmitt trigger circuits (see the block diagram of Figure 3-1) condition the measured input signals and ensure that subsequent digital circuits receive pulses with uniform rise and fall times. When the time base circuits open the main
gate, these pulses pass through the main gate and are accumulated in the decade counter circuits .
After the gate time elapses and the main gate closes, the counted data is stored in the data latches.
The multiplexer circuits supply this stored data, one digit at a time, to the LED display. The display scan circuits synchronize the multiplexer circuits with the display enable lines, and this
ensures that the proper BCD data digit is placed on the multiplexed data lines when the associated LED display digit is enabled.
INPUT
LIMITER/
AMPLIFIER/
TRIGGER
DECADE
COUNTER AND
LATCH CIRCUITS
MAIN
GATE
OVERFLOW
4 BCD
RSE
4 BCD
U
4 BCL
D
EXT
OSC
INPUT
(MONITOR
OUTPUT,
OPTION 0011
TIME BASE
OSCILLATOR/
DIVIDER
IW
n
MGFF
CX
CLR
n
cr
2
DOWN
COUNTER
BCD TO 7
SEGMENT CODE
CONVERTER
MULTIPLEXER
RESET AND
TRANSFER
CONTROL
CIRCUITS
W
SCAN
OSCILLATOR
D
X,Y,2
3
BINARY TO
LINE
DECODETEN
R
_
56.57
SOS7
B
4
T1 . S3. S5,
57
I
LED
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
BLANKING
CIRCUITS
5382-A-8
Figure 3-1 . Simplified Block Diagram
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Maintenance
3-5. Input Circuits
3-6. Input signals pass first through the attenuator . Diodes A1CR9 and AlCR10 limit the input
signal amplitude to a safe level for the subsequent circuits. Resistors AlR46 and AlR48 limit the
current drawn by the diodes from high-voltage sources and, thus, reduce loading of these
sources. Transistors AlQ13, AlQ14, and AlQ15 form a unity gain buffer amplifier that has a
high input impedance, which reduces source loading, and a low output impedance to drive
amplifier A1U16B. Amplifier AlU16B provides an approximate voltage gain of five and is direct
coupled to AlU16C which functions as a Schmitt trigger. The balance adjustment, AlR42,
provides control of the do bias voltage applied to A1U16B to allow sensitivity to be optimized. The
Schmitt trigger output passes through amplifier AlU16D and then through the main gate/level
translator, A1Q9, AlQ10, A1Q11. The main gate flip-flop, AlU5A, controls the conduction of
transistor A1Q11 which, in turn, controls the passage of input pulses through the level translator,
AlQ9 and AlQ10.
3-7. Decade Counter, Latch, and Multiplexer Circuits
3-8. After the measured input signal passes through the main gate/level translator (AlQ9,
AlQ10, and AIQ11) it is accumulated in the decade counter circuits. Counter AlUll counts the
least-significant decimal digit, counter AlU15 counts the next-significant digit, and counter
AlU14 counts the six, most-significant digits. After the main gate closes, the TR (Transfer) and
TR signals transfer the accumulated data from the counter circuits into storage latches AlU9,
AlU20, and the latches that are part of AlU14 (refer to timing diagram of Figure 3-4) . The stored
data is then supplied to the display, one 4-bit BCD digit at a time, as controlled by the X, Y, Z,
S6, and S7 signal lines from the display scanner. Circuits within AlU14 control the multiplexing
operation for the six, most-significant digits ; the X, Y, and Z lines provide the address code .
Separate gates within integrated circuts AlU8 and AlU14 gate the two, least-significant digits
- and S7 signals. (When the
or S7 signal line is low,
onto the data lines in response to the 96
the X, Y, and Z lines provide a binary 110 or 111 to AlU14. Either of these codes causes all data
output lines from AlU14 to go high, which allows the outputs of the two, least-significant decade
counters to control the data lines.)
3-9. Time Base Oscillator and Divider
3-10. The time base oscillator consists of integrated circuit A1U1C and associated components .
The 10 MHz oscillator signal passes through amplifier AlUlA and level translator A1Q1 and
AlQ2 and is supplied to the input of the time base divider, AlU4 . Signals applied to the OSCILLATOR EXT IN jack pass first through AlUlB, which functions as a Schmitt trigger, then pass
through AlUlA in the same manner as the internal oscillator signal .
3-11 . The time base divider provides Time Base Out and Log signals that are used to control the
main gate flip-flop, AlU5A. (Refer to the timing diagram of Figure 3-4.) After the time base
divider resets, the first input pulse from the oscillator generates a Log output pulse. An
additional Log pulse is generated as each successive divider stage within integrated circuit AlU4
provides an output . (The time between Log pulses, therefore, increases logarithmically.)
3-12 . Integrated circuit AlU4 divides the 10 MHz oscillator signal by a factor determined by the
three-bit code present at pins 7, 8, and 9. The GATE TIME switch changes this code to provide
division factors of 106, 10 7, and 108, which correspond to gate times of 0.1 second, 1 second, and
10 seconds, respectively . At the end of the selected gate time, circuit AlU4 generates a Time
Base Out signal .
3-13 . The Main Gate flip-flop, AlU5A, sets when the first Log pulse occurs ; this opens the main
gate . The Main Gate flip-flop remains set until the Time Base Out signal goes low; the Log pulse
that occurs when the Time Base Out signal is low clocks the Main Gate flip-flop, returning it to
the reset state and closing the main gate. (Refer to the timing diagram of Figure 3-4 .)
3-14 . Display Scanner
3-15 . The display scanner consists of all the circuits necessary to drive the LED (light-emittingdiode) displays. An oscillator with a frequency of approximately 8 kHz (AlU3B) supplies the
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Maintenance
input to a four-bit down-counter (AIU12). The four outputs of the counter supply a continuously
cycling binary code that is used both for display scanning and counter timing.
3-16 . Integrated circuit AlU17 decodes the three most significant outputs (the X, Y, and Z lines)
from the four-bit counter and supplies outputs on eight separate lines, one drive line for each of
the eight display digits . The X, Y, and Z lines also are used as the address lines to AlU14, where
they control the multiplexing of data . This synchronizes the data output with the sequential enabling of the display digits . Integrated circuit A2U1 converts the four data bits from BCD to the
seven-segment code required to drive the display. Data is supplied from circuit A2U1 to all eight
display positions simultaneously, and the SO through 97 lines enable only the single display
position that corresponds to the data on the data lines at a given time. Transistors A2Q1 through
A2Q8 provide sufficient current to drive the LED displays.
3-17. Display Blanking Circuits
3-18. Leading zeros in the display, except the first digit to the left of the decimal point, are automatically blanked by the display blanking circuits . Trailing zeros are not blanked. Blanking
occurs only when a BCD "zero" is on the multiplexed data lines and the RBI signal to A2U1 is
low. When these conditions are fulfilled, the display digit being strobed is blanked and the RBO
signal from A2U1 goes low.
3-19. At the beginning of each display scan cycle, the S5 signal goes low, which causes the RBI
signal (the output of AlU3A) to go low. Therefore, if the most-significant display digit (hich is
strobed by the S5 signal) is a zero, the zero will be blanked. As the scan cycle progresses (94
- goes
low, S3 goes low, etc.), each less-significant display digit is blanked until one of the following
conditions occurs : 1) the OF signal goes low indicating a counter overflow, 2) the data on the
multiplexed data lines changes to a number other than zero, or 3) the scan cycle progresses to
the digit immediately to the left of the decimal point. In any of these circumstances, the RBO
signal will go high, and the high level will be stored in the Blanking Storage latch, A1U6B. The
high Q output of the Blanking Storage latch forces the RBI signal to go high, which prevents
further blanking until the start of the next scan cycle (when 95- goes low) .
3-20. Reset and Transfer Control Circuits
3-21 . The reset and transfer control circuits control the sequencing of the counter. (Refer to the
timing diagram of Figure 3-4.) When the .main gate closes at the end of a measurement and the
Z signal line from the display scanner subsequently goes low, the Reset Enable latch (AlU6A)
sets. The high Q output (pin 5) holds the time base divider IC (AlU4) in a reset condition, and
the low Q output (pin 6) allows the W signal to control the output of gate A1U2A (when the Q
output is high, the output of AIU2A is always high .) The W,
S2, and S7 signals cause the following sequence of events to occur. (Because the
S2, and S7 signls are gated with W the
signal, the described events occur during the middle_of the 81, S2, and 977 signals which ensures
that these signal lines are stable .) First, when the S2 and W signals are low, the TR and TR signals are generated and used to transfer data from the decade counters to the storage latches.
When the T1 and W signals are low, the RSC and RSC signals are generated and used to reset the
decade counters . The RSC signal also passes through level translator AlQ8, emerging as the
RSE signal, which is applied to amplifier AlU16A . The output of_AlU16A presets the Schmitt
trigger in the input circuit between each measurement. When the 97 and W signals are low, the
Reset Enable latch resets and a new measurement cycle begins .
Sl,
R,
3-22. RECOMMENDED TEST EQUIPMENT
3-23. Test equipment recommended for maintaining the counter is listed in Table 3-1 . Equipment with equivalent characteristics may be substituted for the recommended equipment.
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Table 3-1 . Recommended Test Equipment
Instrument Type
Required Characteristics
Recommended Instrumen
Electronic Counter
10 MHz frequency measurements and high
stability time base.
VHF Oscillator
Range: 225 MHz
HP 3200B
Test Oscillator
Range: 10 Hz to 10 MHz. Output : 2.5 Vrms .
HP 651B
RF Millivoltmeter
Frequency: 20 MHz to 225 MHz.
Range: 25 mV rms to 50 mV rms.
50-Ohm Feed-Thru
50-Ohm termination, male-to-female BNC
connectors .
HP 11048A
Logic Probe
Logic level measurements .
HP 10525T
Oscilloscope
10 MHz measurements .
HP 5326C-011
HP 411A or HP 3406A
HP 180A/1801A/1820A
3-24 . IN-CABINET PERFORMANCE CHECK
3-25 . Use the performance check in Table 3-2 to verify proper operation of all circuits within the
counter. The check should be used when improper operation or nonconformance to specifications is suspected.
3-26 . INSTRUMENT ACCESS
3-27. Most maintenance operations require that the top and bottom covers be removed from the
counter. Remove the covers according to the following procedure.
WARNING
DISCONNECT THE AC POWER CORD FROM THE
COUNTER PRIOR TO REMOVING COVERS . EXPOSED
TERMINALS WITHIN THE COUNTER (INCLUDING
SEVERAL POINTS ON THE PRINTED-CIRCUIT
BOARDS) CAN SUPPLY SUFFICIENT ENERGY TO
CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
a.
Position the instrument upside down and remove the four machine screws from the
bottom of the instrument .
b.
Lift the bottom cover from the instrument, then remove the printed circuit boards (with
the front and rear panels attached) by pulling the boards straight out of the top cover.
c.
Reassemble in reverse order of disassembly; ensure that the standoff spacers on top cover
are aligned with the corresponding holes on the main circuit board.
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Table 3-2. In-Cabinet Performance Check
1. SENSITIVITY
Obtain the following test equipment:
HP
HP
HP
HP
411A RF Millivoltmeter
651B Test Oscillator
3200B UHF Oscillator
11048A 50-Ohm Feed-Thru
a.
Set the counter's ATTENUATOR switch to X1 .
b.
Connect the test equipment to the counter as shown below.
HP 3200B
TEE
50n FEEDTHRU
HP 5382A
HP 411A
c.
Set the 3200B to provide a 225 MHz output at 50 mV rms as indicated on the
411A .
d.
Counter's display should indicate 225 MHz and displayed value should be
stable .
e.
Set the 3200B to provide a 10 MHz output at 25 mV rms as indicated on the
411A .
f.
Counter's display should indicate 10 MHz and displayed value should be
stable .
9-
Remove 3200B and 411A, and connect the 5052 output of the 651B to the
counter. Use a 50-ohm feed-thru at the counter's INPUT connector.
h.
Set the 651B to provide an output of 10 Hz at 50 mV rms.
i.
Counter's display should indicate 10 Hz and displayed value should be stable.
Set the 651B to provide an output of 30 Hz at 25 mV rms.
k.
Counter's display should indicate 30 Hz and displayed value should be stable .
2. EXTERNAL OSCILLATOR INPUT (STANDARD UNIT ONLY)
Obtain the following test equipment:
HP 651B Test Oscillator
HP 11048A 50-Ohm Feed-Thru
a.
Set the counter's ATTENUATOR switch to Xl., GATE TIME switch to .1s, and
OSCILLATOR-EXT/INT switch to EXT.
b.
Connect the 5052 output of the 651B to the counter's rear-panel OSCILLATOREXT IN connector through a Tee connector and a 50-ohm feed-thru
termination.
3-5
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Maintenance
Table 3-2. In-Cabinet Performance Check (Continued)
c. Connect a cable between the unused end of the Tee connector and the
counter's front-panel INPUT connector.
d.
Set the 651B for an output of 10 MHz at 250 mV rms. The counter's display
should be 010.00000 ±1 count.
e. Set the 651B for an output of 100 kHz at 250 mV rms. The counter's display
should be 010.00000 ±1 count.
3. OSCILLATOR OUTPUT (OPTION 001 ONLY)
Obtain the following test equipment:
HP 5326C-011 Electronic Counter
HP 11048A 50-Ohm Feed-Thru
a.
Remove covers from the counter as described in Paragraph 3-26 .
b.
Connect counter to ac power and allow 1-hour for the TCXO to stabilize.
c.
Connect the rear-panel MONITOR OUTPUT connector to the 5326C-011 input jack through a 50-ohm feed-thru.
d.
Set the 5326C-011 FUNCTION switch to FREQUENCY and the TIME BASE
switch to 10S.
e.
At 25°C ambient temperature, the 5326C-011 display should be the frequency
that is printed on the TCXO (for example, 10 MHz "+4.4 Hz") . If necessary,
refer to the adjustment procedures in this section of the manual .
4. DISPLAY
Obtain the following test equipment:
HP 651B Test Oscillator
HP 11048A 50-Ohm Feed-Thru
a.
With no signal applied, set the front-panel GATE TIME switch to each of its
three settings . The decimal point should move to give the following
displays :
000.00000 for .1s gate time,
00000.000 for is gate time,
0000000.0 for 10s gate time,
b.
Connect the 651B to the counter's INPUT connector.
through at the counter-end of the cable.
c.
Adjust the 651B frequency and the counter GATE TIME switch until an eight
has been observed in each of the eight display positions. This ensures that
each display segment is operative.
Use the 50-ohm feed-
3-28. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
3-29. Periodically, perform the In-Cabinet Performance Check of Table 3-2 to verify proper
operation of the counter. Additionally, whenever the covers are removed, check for broken or
burned components, damaged wires, excess dust, etc.
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Maintenance
3-30. GENERAL REPAIR
3-31 . The following paragraphs provide general repair information for the counter.
3-32 . COMPONENT REPLACEMENT. When replacing a circuit board component, use a low
heat soldering iron . Heat must be used sparingly as damage to the circuit foil may otherwise
occur. Mounting holes may be cleaned with a toothpick while heat is applied. After component
removal and replacement, clean connections with a suitable cleaning solution.
3-33 . INTEGRATED CIRCUIT REPLACEMENT. Two methods are recommended for removing
integrated circuits :
a. Solder Gobbler. Solder is removed from board by a soldering iron with a hollow tip that
is connected to a vacuum source . The IC is removed intact, so it may be reinstalled if it
is later proven not to be defective.
b.
Clip Out. This method is used when an IC is proven defective . Clip leads close to case,
apply heat, and remove leads with long-nose pliers . Clean board holes with a toothpick and cleaning solution .
3-34. ADJUSTMENTS
3-35 . The counter requires two circuit adjustments: 1) the input amplifier balance adjustment
and 2) the time base oscillator adjustment . Perform the adjustments according to the following
procedures.
3-36. Amplifier Balance Adjustment
3-37 . Adjust the input amplifier balance as follows:
a.
Remove top and bottom covers from the counter as described in Paragraph 3-26 . Be sure
to observe WARNING note in Paragraph 3-26.
b.
Connect the oscilloscope to AlUll, pin 5, on the Al Main Board Assembly.
c.
Connect the test oscillator 5052 output to the front-panel INPUT connector (use a 50-Ohm
feed-through at the INPUT connector), and set the test oscillator to provide an output of
approximately 30 mV rms at a frequency of 1 MHz.
d.
Connect ac power to the counter. Be sure to observe the WARNING note in Paragraph
3-26 .
e.
Adjust potentiometer A1R42 until the oscilloscope shows that the signal at AlUll, pin 5
has a 50 percent duty cycle.
f.
Remove ac power from the counter, remove test equipment, and install the counter in the
top and bottom covers .
3-38. Oscillator Adjustment (Standard Unit)
3-39. Set the time base oscillator frequency as follows:
a.
Connect ac power to the counter, depress the front-panel LINE switch, and allow 5
minutes for the oscillator to stabilize.
b.
Connect the rear-panel oscillator output jack on the 5326C-011 (or equivalent, stable, 10
MHz source) to the counter's INPUT connector.
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Maintenance
c.
Set the counter's GATE TIME switch to is and adjust the rear-panel OSCILLATOR ADJ .
control until the counter display indicates exactly 10 MHz. Note that the actual display is in kilohertz (10000 .000).
d.
Remove ac power and disconnect test equipment.
3-40. Oscillator Adjustment (Option 001 Unit)
3-41 . Set the time base oscillator as follows:
a.
Remove the top and bottom covers from the counter as described in Paragraph 3-26.
Be sure to observe WARNING note in Paragraph 3-26 .
b.
Connect ac power to the counter and allow 1-hour for the TCXO to stabilize.
c.
Connect the rear-panel MONITOR OUTPUT connector to the 5326C-011 input jack .
d.
Set the 5326C-011 FUNCTION switch to FREQUENCY and the TIME BASE switch to
10s.
e.
At 25°C ambient temperature, adjust the rear-panel oscillator ADJ control until the frequency displayed by the 5326C-011 is the same as the frequency printed on the TCXO
(for example, 10 MHz, "+4 .4 Hz") .
f.
Remove ac power from the counter, disconnect test equipment, and install the counter
in the top and bottom covers .
3-42. TROUBLESHOOTING
3-43 . Malfunctions of the counter circuits produce several symptoms of trouble. The troubleshooting flowchart of Figure 3-2 lists these symptoms and provides a sequential test to isolate the
trouble to a component or small group of components . To troubleshoot the counter, find the observed symptom at the top of the flowchart and perform the indicated circuit checks .
3-44 . Additional information in the form of a timing diagram, Figure 3-4, and waveform illustrations (with the schematic diagram) is provided to aid troubleshooting .
3-45. REPLACEABLE PARTS
3-46 . Table 3-3 lists parts used in the counter in alphanumeric order of their reference designations and provides the following information for each part . Miscellaneous parts are listed at
the end of Table 3-3.
a.
Hewlett-Packard part number.
b.
Description of part (see abbreviations below) .
c. Total quantity used in the instrument (shown only after the first entry for a given part).
d. Typical manufacturer of the part in a five-digit code (see list of manufacturers in
Table 3-4) .
e. Manufacturer's part number .
DO NOT CONFUSE
THIS SYMPTOM
WITH NORMAL
BLANKING OF
LEADING ZEROS
CHECK OPERATION
OF A2U1 AND CHECK
DATA LINES (A,B,C,
D) FOR ALL HIGH
LEVELS INDICATING
A SHORTED
CONDITION
IF ANY VOLTAGE IS
INCORRECT, CHECK
THE ASSOCIATED
REGULATOR OR
ZENER REFERENCE
DIODE
YES
ASSOCIATE[
I CHECK
DRIVE TRANSISTOR
OPERATION
(A2Q1-A2Q8) AND
CHECK AlU17
REPLACE LED
DISPLAY DIGITS
THAT HAVE ONE OR
MORE INOPERATIVE
SEGMENTS
CHECK
MULTIPLEXED
DATA LINES (A, B, C,
D) FOR INVALID
DATA CODES
CHECK OPERATION
OF Al U12, A1 U14,
A1 U17, AND -15V
AND -5V SUPPLIES
CHECK OPERATION
OF SCAN
OSCILLATOR
(A1 U38) AND
ASSOCIATED
COMPONENTS
START
COUNTE
RESET V1
GATE TI
IS CHAN
CHECK O
OF MRFF
(A1 U1 3A,
NO
CHECK OPERATION
OF DECADE
COUNTERS AND
LATCHES (A7 U9-U11,
All Ul4, Al U15,
A1U20) AND RESET
CONTROL CIRCUITS
(Al U6A AND
ASSOCIATED
CIRCUITS)
NO
YES
CHECK OPERATION
OF A2U1
NO
YES
I
CHECK ASSOCIATED
DRIVE TRANSISTOR
OPERATION
(A2Q1-A2Q8) AND
CHECK AlU17
NO
REPLACE LED
DISPLAY DIGITS
THAT HAVE ONE OR
MORE INOPERATIVE
SEGMENTS
IT AT
'ION
BE SURE THAT
OSCI L LATO R~--i EXT/INT SWITCH
IS SET TO I NT
(STD UNIT ONLY)
DO NOT CONFUSE
THIS SYMPTOM
WITH NORMAL
BLANKING OF
LEADING ZEROS
YES
CHECK
MULTIPLEXED
DATA LINES (A, B, C
D) FOR INVALID
DATA CODES
CHECK OPERATION
OF A1U12,AlU14,
A1 U17, AND -15V
AND -5V SUPPLIES
SIGNAL AT
'AlU5A(3) TOGGLING
C AT RATE
DETERMINED BY
GATE TIME
SWITCH
z
MALFUNCTIONS OF THE
DECADE COUNTERS AND
LATCH CIRCUITS OR THE
MULTIPLEXER CIRCUIT
CAN CAUSE NON-NUMERICAL
SYMBOLS OR BLANKS TO
APPEAR IN THE DISPLAY.
CHECK FOR INVALID
DATA CODES BY EXTERNALLY TRIGGERING AN
OSCILLOSCOPE FROM
ONE OF THE SO THRU
S7 SIGNAL LINES AND
THEN OBSERVING THE
DATA A, B, C, AND D
LINES INDIVIDUALLY .
IF THE CODE PRESENTED
ON THE DATA LINES AT
ANY TIME EXCEEDS THE
B C D EQUIVALENT OF
-9", ONE OF THE DECADE
COUNTER OR LATCH
CIRCUITS OPERATES
IMPROPERLY .
CHECK INPUT
CIRCUIT OPERATION
BY OBSERVING
VOLTAGES AND
WAVEFORMS(SEE
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM)
CHECK O
OF A1 U&
ASSOCI A'
COMPONI
CHECK ASSOCIATED
REGULATOR OR
ZENER REFERENCE
DIODE
CHECK OPERATION
OF DECADE
COUNTERS AND
LATCHES (All U9U11, A1 U14, A1 U15,
A1U20
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START
DISPLAY IS
ALL ZEROS;
UNIT WON'T
COUNT SIGNAL
J
_ ]BE SURE THAT
OSCI LLATOREXT/INTSWITCH
IS SET TO I NT
(STD UNIT ONLY)
CHECK OPERATION
OF MRFF
(Al U1 3A, Al Ul 313)
YES
E
N
T
TS
COUNTER WON'T
RESET WHEN
GATE TIME
IS CHANGED
SIGNAL AT
A1U5A(3) TOGGLING
eo"AT RATE
DETERMINED BY
GATE TIME
SWITCH
NO
DISPLAY DOES
NOT BLANK
PROPERLY
CHECK OPERATION
OF Al U613, Al U3A,
A2U1, AND ASSOCIATED
COMPONENTS
COUNTER OPERATES
ONLY WITH
EXTERNAL
OSCILLATOR
INPUT (STD UNIT
ONLY)
CHECK CRYSTAL
AlY1 AND
ASSOCIATED
COMPONENTS
A1 U4 IS
PROBABLY
DEFECTIVE
Y
Y ES
DF THE
IRS AND
OR THE
RCUIT
-NUMERICAL
\NKS TO
IISPLAY .
iLID
EXTERING AN
ROM
HRU
AND
3 THE
DD
1LLY .
:SENTED
NES AT
:DS THE
VT OF
DECADE
TCH
IS
TES
/
\
INPUT SIGNAL
PRESENT AT MAIN
GATE OUTPUT
A1 U11(5
CHECK ASSOCIATED
REGULATOR OR
ZENER REFERENCE
DIODE
YES
CHECK OPERATION
OF DECADE
COUNTERS AND
LATCHES (A1U9U11,A1U14, Al U15,
Al U20)
i NO
CHECK INPUT
CIRCUIT OPERATION
BY OBSERVING
VOLTAGES AND
WAVEFORMS (SEE
SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM)
5382-B-1
Figure 3-2. Troubleshooting Flow Chart
3-9
Model 5382A
Maintenance
3-47. ORDERING INFORMATION
3-48 . To obtain replacement parts, address order to your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and
Service Office (see lists at the back of this manual for addresses). Identify parts by their HewlettPackard part number . To obtain a part that is not listed, include:
a.
Instrument model number.
b.
Instrument serial number.
c.
Description of the part .
d.
Function and location of the part.
3-49. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
3-50. Figure 3-3 defines the symbols and reference designation arrangement used on the schematic diagram of Figure 3-6. Additional information in the form of a timing diagram, Figure 3-4,
a signal mnemonic definition list, Table 3-5, and component locator illustrations, Figure 3-5,
precede the schematic diagram of Figure 3-6.
REFERENCE DESIGNATIONS
A
A'f
R
BT
('
(' P
('R
I1('
111 .
Ds
= assembly
= attenuator; isolator ;
termination
-- fan : motor
= battery
= capacitor
= coupler
= diode; diode
thvristor ; varactor
= directional coupler
=delay line
= annunciator ; signaling device (audible
or visuall : lamp :
LED
A
ac
ACCESS
Al)J
A/I1
AF
AF'('
=
=
-=
=
=
AG('
=
Al,
A 1 .('
=
=
AM
=
AMP(,
A P('
=
=
ASSY
AUX
=
=
=
ampere
alternating currant
accessory
adjustment
analog-to-digital
audio frequency
automatic frequency control
automatic gain
control
aluminum
automatic level
control
amplitude modulation
amplifier
automatic phase
control
assembly
auxiliary
F
F
Fl,
H
HY
.I
K
1.
M
ml,
avg
AWG
BA 1,
BCD
111)
BE fill
RFO
RH
HKON
RP
HPF
HRS
HWO
('A1 .
sew
(ERR
= miscellaneous clectrical part
= fuse
=filter
= hardware
= circulator
= electrical connector
( .stationary portion) :
jack
= relay
= coil : inductor
= meter
= miscellaneous
mechanical part
1,
()
R
R'r
S
'r
'rB
. 1'('
'I'I,
ABBREVIATIONS
= average
= American wire
gauge
= balance
= binary coded
decimal
= board
= beryllium copper
= beat frequency
oscillator
= binder head
= breakdown
= bandpass
= bandpass filter
-- brass
= backward-wave
oscillator
=calibrate
= counterclockwise
-- ceramic
('HAN
cm
('M(1
('()AX
('OFF
('om
('(IMP
COMP(
('ONN
('P
CRT
('W
cw
cm
I)/A
dB
dBm
= electrical connector
(movable portion) :
pluk
= transistom 3('R :
triode thyristor
-- resistor
= thermi .stor
switch
= transformer
= terminal hoard
- thermocouple
= test point
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
channel
centimeter
cabinet mount only
coaxial
coefficient
common
composition
complete
connector
cadmium plate
cathode-ray tube
complementary
transistor logic
-- continuous wave
-- clockwise
= centimeter
=digital-to-analog
=decibel
= decibel referred to
I raw
ti
V
VR
W
X
Y
Z
de
deg
°F
°K
DEPC
I1Frr
diam
I)IA
I11FF
AMP( .
div
I1PI1T
OR
= integrated circuit
microcircuit
= electron tube
= voltage regulator :
breakdown diode
= cable : transmission
path : wire
= Cricket
= crystal unit-piezoelectric
= tuned cavity : tuned
circuit
= direct current
= degree (temperature
interval or
difference)
= degree (plane angle)
= degree ('plains
(centigrade)
= degree Fahrenheit
= degree Kelvin
= deposited carbon
= detector
= diameter
= diameter (used in
parts list)
= differential amplifier
= division
= double-pole, doublethrow
= drive
Model 5382A
Maintenance
ABBREVIATIONS
I)SR
I)TI,
HVM
Fell
RMF
FOP
ELECT
FN('AP
EXT
F
FE'r
F/F
F'H
Fit, H
FM
FP
FRR(;t
FXl)
g
GE
G Hr
()I
GNI)
11
h
HE'r
FLEX
HI)
HI)W
HE
HG
HI
HP
HPF
HR
HV
Hz
I('.
II)
IF
1MPG
in
1N('O
IN('L
INP
INS
IN'r
kg
kHz
k4
kv
Ih
I,('
LED
LF
I ,G
I,H
I,IM
I .IN
lin
LK
WASH
I ,O
I,OG
= double sideband
= diode transistor logic
=digital voltmeter
= emitter coupled logic
= electromotive force
= electronic data
processing
= electrolytic
= encapsulated
= external
= farad
= field-effect transistor
= flip-flop
= flat head
= fillister head
= frequency modulation
= front panel
= frequency
= fixed
- gram
= germanium
= gigahertz
= glass
=ground(ed)
= henry
= hour
= heterodyne
= hexagonal
= head
= hardware
= high frequency
= mercury
= high
= Hewlett-Packard
= high pass filter
= hour (used in parts
list)
= high voltage
= Hertz
= integrated circuit
= inside diameter
= intermediate frequency
= impregnated
= inch
= incandescent
= include(s)
= input
= insulation
= internal
= kilogram
= kilohertz
= kilohm
= kilovolt
= pound
= inductancecapacitance
= light-emitting diode
= low frequency
= long
= left hand
= limit
= linear taper (used in
parts list)
= linear
= lock washer
= lows local oscillator
= logarithmic taper
lewd in Parts list,
log
= Iogorithm(ic)
LPF
= low pass filter
LV
=low voltage
m
= meter (distance)
mA
= milliampere
MAX
= maximum
M4
= megohm
MFG
= meg (1(Nq (used in
parts list)
MET FLM = metal film
MET OX
metal oxide
MF
= medium frequency:
micrnfarad (used in
parts list)
MFR
mg
MHz
mH
mho
MIN
min
MINAT
mm
MOD
MOM
MOS
ms
M'rG
M'I'R
my
mvac
mvd(.
mVpk
m V P-p
mvrms
raw
Mlix
MY
MA
pF
kit
((mho
Ps
(IV
)tvac
PVdc
WVpk
KVP - P
pVrms
PIN
nA
N ('
N '('
N F;
NFG
nF
NI PI
N'O
NOM
NORM
N I'N
N PO
NRFR
NSR
ns
nW
()RI)
OD
OH
OP AMPI,
OP's
OS('
OX
or
S?
Y
PA M
P('
1'('M
PI)M
PF
1'H RRZ
PHI .
PIN
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
-=
-=
=
manufacturer
milligram
megahertz
millihenry
mho
minimum
minute (time)
minute flilane angle)
miniature
millimeter
modulator
momentary
metal-oxide semiconductor
= millisecond
= mounting
= meter (indicating
device)
= millivnlt
= millivolt, ac
= millivnlt, de
= millivnlt, peak
= millivolt, peak-topeak
= millivolt, rms
= milliwatt
= multiplex
= mylar
= microampere
= micrnfarad
= microhenry
= micromho
= microsecond
= microvolt
= microvolt, ac
= microvolt, de
= microvolt, peak
= microvolt, peak-topeak
= microvolt, rms
= microwatt
= nanoampere
= no connection
= normally closed
= neon
= negative
= nanofarad
= nicked plate
= normally open
= nominal
= normal
= negative-positivenegative
= negative-positive
zero (zero temperature- (, (,efficient)
= not recommended
for field replacement
= not separately
replaceable
= nanosecond
= nanowatt
= order by description
= outside diameter
= oval head
= operational amplifier
= option
= oscillator
= oxide
= ounce
= ohm
= peak (used in parts
list)
= pulse-amplitude
modulation
= printed circuit
= pulse-code modulation : pulse-count
modulation
= pulse-duration
modulation
= picofarad
= phosphor bronze
= Phillips
= positive-instrinsicnegative
PIV
Pk
PI,
PI ,()
PM
PNP
= peak inverse voltage
= peak
= phase lock
= phase lock oscillator
= phase modulation
=positive-nPgativepositive
= part of
P/()
POLY
= polystyrene
POR(`.
= porcelain
POS
= positive : positions)
(used in parts list)
POSN
= position
PO'r
= potentiometer
P-P
= peak-to-peak
pp
= peak-to-peak (used
in parts list)
PPM
= pulse-position
modulation
PREAMPI, = preamplifier
PRE
= pulse-repetition
frequency
PRR
= pulse repetition rate
ps
= picosecond
III,
= point
= pulse-time modulaP'I'M
tion
PWM
= pulse-width
modulation
PWV
= peak working voltage
R('
= resistance
capacitance
RE("r
=rectifier
REF
= reference
RF:G
= regulated
= replaceable
REPI
RF
= radio frequency
RFI
= radio frequency
interference
RH
= round head : right
hand
RI .('
= resistanceinductancecapacitance
HMO
= rack mount only
rms
= root-mean-square
RNO
= round
ROM
= read- nlv memorv
R&P
= rack and panel
RWV
= reverse working
voltage
= scattering Parameter
= second (time)
= second (plane angle)
"
=slow-blow (fuse)
S-R
(used in parts list)
= silicon controlled
SCR
rectifier : screw
SF;
= selenium
SECT
=sections
SEMI('ON =semiconductor
SHF
=,superhigh frequencv
SI
= silicon
SI1 .
= silver
tit,
= slide
SNR
=signal-to-noise ratio
SPIfI'
=single-pole, doublethrow
SPG
= spring
SH
= split ring
SPS'1'
= single-pole, singlethrow
SSR
single sideband
SS'r
= stainless steel
ti fl .
= steel
S(~
= square
SWi{
= shmding-wave ratio
= synchronize
SYNC
'f
= timed (slow-blow
fusel
TA
= tantalum
'f('
= temperature
compensating
'fO
= time delay
TF1?M
=terminal
'rF"r
'rGI,
THl)
,rim I1
u
'fI
'lY)l,
'PRIM
'I :S'I'R
'rv
'rv I
'rw'r
li
lip
11HF
IINREG
V
VA
vac
VAR
V('0
Vdc
VO('W
VI F)
VF'()
VHF
Vpk
VP-P
Vrmc
VSWR
V'1'( )
V'I' V M
Vi X)
W
W'
WIV
WW
W'()
YIG
Zo
= thin-film transistor
= toggle
=thread
= through
= titanium
= tolerance
= trimmer
= transistor
= transistor-transistor
logic
= television
= television interference
= traveling wave tube
= micro (10-") (used
in parts list)
= mlcrofarad Wsed in
parts list.)
= ultrahigh frequency
= unregulated
= volt
= voltampere
= volts, ae
= variable
= voltage-controlled
oscillator
= volts, do
= volts, dc . working
(used in parts list)
= volts, filtered
= variable-frequency
oscillator
= very-high frequency
= volts, peak
- volts, peak-to-peak
= volts, rms
= voltage standing
wave ratio
= voltage-tuned
oscillator
= vacuum-tube
voltmeter
= volts, switched
= watt
= with
= working inverse
voltage
= wirewound
= without
= yttrium-iron-garnet
= characteristic
impedance
NOTE
All abbreviations in
the
list will be in upper case .
parts
MULTIPLIERS
Abbreviation
'f
G
M
k
da
d
c
m
Prefix
Multiple
tern
gign
mesa
kilo
deka
deci
centi
milli
Micro
nom,
Pico
fernto
atto
101=
109
IO"
10-i
10
1(1-1
10-2
10--'
1(1 -1 '
I(1-'1
10 -1 =
10-'°
I0 -' xi
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Table 3-3. Replaceable Parts
Reference
Designation
Al
HP Part
Number
05382-60001*
Qty
Mfr
Code
Description
Mfr Part Number
1
BOARD ASSY, MAIN
28480
05332-60001
CA PACITOR-FXD; OUF+75-10% 25VDC AL
CAPACITOR-FXD ; OUF+75-10% 25VDC AL
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 50UF+75-10% 25VDC AL
CAPACITUR-FXD ; 60UF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 6 .8UF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
56289
56289
56289
56289
56289
36DX452GOZ5AA_1A
36DX45ZG025AA?A
300506GO25CC2
150C606XOOD6B?
1500685X0006A2
CAPACITOR ; VAR ; TRMR ; CFR ; 2/BPF
CAPACITOR-FXD 22PF+-5% 500WVDC
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 6 .BUF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
CAPACITOR-FXD .IUF+-20% 25WVDC
CAPACITOR-FXD .OZUF+80-20% LOOWVDC
73899
28480
56289
28480
28480
DV11PR9A
0160-2265
t50D685XOD06A2
0160-3060
0160-2146
CA PACITOR-FXD ; .22UF+-10% 35VOC TA
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 60UF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 6 .8UF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
CAPACITOR-FXD .OIUF+-20% IOOWVDG
CAPACITOR-FXD .0047UF+100-20% 500WVD :
56289
56289
56289
28480
28480
1500224X9035A2
L5OD6(16X000682
150D685X0006AZ
0160-3879
0150-0075
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
.OlUF+-2O% 100WVDC
.0047UF+100-20% 500WVDC
.OIUF+-20% 100WVDC
.OIUF+-20% LOOWVDC
.OtUF+-20% LOOWVDC
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
0160-3879
0150-0015
0160-3879
0160-3879
0160-3879
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD ;
.0047UF+100-20% 500WVD :
.OlUF+-20% LOOWVDC
22PF+-5% 200WVDC
.OIUF+-20% 100WVDC
6.BUF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
28480
28480
28480
28480
56289
0150-0075
OL60-3879
0160-3875
0160-3t}79
150D685X0006A2
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD
CAPACITOR-FXD ;
.OIUF+-20% 130WVDC
.0047UF+100-20% 500WVDC
.OIUF+-20% 100WVDC
.OtUF+-20% IOOWVDC
60UF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
28480
28480
28460
20480
56289
0160-3879
0150-0075
0160-3879
0160-3879
150C606XOOD6B2
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 60UF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLD
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 6.BUF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
CAPACITOR-FXD .01UF+80-20% IOOWVDC .
CAPACITOR-FXD .01UF+80-20% IOOWVDC
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 6 .8UF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLD
56289
56269
28480
28480
56289
150D606X00066?
150D685X00D6A2
0150-0093
0150-0093
150C685XOD06A2
Cl
C2
C3
C4
C5
0180-0480
0180-0480
0180-0058
0180-0106
0180-1701
2
C6 **
C7 **
C8 **
C9 **
CIO**
0121-0059
0160-2265
0180-1701
0160-3060
0160-2146
1
1
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
0180-1735
0180-0106
0180-1701
0160-3879
0150-0075
C16
C17
C18
C19
C20
0160-3879
0150-0075
0160-3879
0160-3879
0160-3879
C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
0150-0075
0160-3879
0160-3875
0160-3879
0180-1701
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
0160-3879
0150-0075
0160-3879
0160-3879
0180-0106
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
0180-0106
0180-1701
0150-0093
0150-0093
0180-1701
C36
0150-0075
CAPACITOR-FXD .0047UF+100-20% 500WVDC
23480
0150-0015
CR1
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
1906-0028
1902-0551
1901-0028
1902-0202
1902-0551
1
2
1
1
DIODE ; MOLT ; FULL WAVE BRIDGE RECTIFIER
DIODE ; ZENER ; 6 .19V VZ ; 1W MAX PD
DIODE-PWR RECT 400V 750MA
DIODE ; ZENER ; 15V VZ ; 1W MAX PD
DIODE ; ZENER ; 6 .19V VZ ; 1W MAX PD
04713
04713
04713
04713
04713
MDA922-3
SZ 11213-80
SR1358-9
SZ11213-191
SZ 11213-80
C1R6**
CRT**
CR8
CR9
CRIO
1901-0040
1901-0040
1901-0040
1901-0040
1901-0040
6
DIODE-SWITCHING
DIODE-SWITCHING
DIODE-SWITCHING
DIODE-SWITCHING
DIO0E-SWITC4ING
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
1901-0040
1901-0040
1901-0040
1901-0040
1901-0040
LI
L2
L3
L4
L5
9100-1788
9100-1788
9100-1788
9100-1788
9100-2269
4
COIL ;
COIL ;
COIL ;
COIL ;
COIL ;
02114
02114
02114
02114
24226
VK200-20/48
VK200-20/48
VK200-20/48
WC200-20/48
10/272
L6
9100-2269
27UH 10%
24226
10/272
Q1 **
Q2 **
Q3
Q4
Q5
1853-0015
1853-0015
1853-0036
1854-0092
1854-0092
CHIP PD=20OMW
CHIP PD=200MW
CHIP P0=310MW
PO - 20OMW FT=6DOMHZ
P0=200MW FT=600MHZ
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
1853-0015
1853-0015
1853-0036
1854-0092
1854-0092
Q6
07
Q8
09
010
1854-0092
1854-0092
1854-0215
1854-0345
1854-0345
Oil
Q12
Q13
Q14
Q15
1854-0345
1854-0071
1854-0092
1855-0081
1855-0081
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
**
**
**
**
0761-0022
0683-3905
0683-5115
0683-5115
0683-2415
*OPTION 001 05382-60003
**THESE PARTS NOT IN OPTION 001
3- 1 2
1
5
6
1
1
1
10
5
1
2
2
FXD
FXD
FXD
FXD
FXD
;
;
;
;
;
2NS
2NS
2NS
2NS
2NS
30V
30V
30V
30V
30V
504A
SOMA
504A
50MA
504A
NON-MOLDED RF CHOKE ;
NON-MOLDED RF CHOKE ;
NON-MOLDED RF CHOKE ;
NON-MOLDED RF CHOKE ;
MOLDED RF CHOKE ; 27UH
COIL ; FXD ; MOLDED RF CHOKE ;
2
1
5
L
3
1
2
1
2
9
1
.75UH
.75UH
.75UH
.75UH
10%
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
PNP
PNP
PNP
NPN
NPN
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
NPN
SI PD--200MW
SI PO=20OMW
SI PD=31OMW
2N5179 SI
2N5179 ST
FT=60OMHZ
FT=6DOMHZ
FT=300MHZ
PO=200MW
PD=200MW
28480
28480
04713
04713
04713
1854-0092
1854-0092
SPS 3611
2N5179
2N5179
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR ;
TRANSISTOR ;
NPN 2N5179 SI
PD=200MW
NPN S1 PO=30OMW FT=200MHZ
NPN SI PD=200MW FT=600MHZ
J-FET N-CHAN, D-MODE SI
J-FET N-CHAN, t1-MODE St
04713
28480
28480
01295
OL295
2N5179
1854-0071
1854-0092
2N5245
2N5245
24546
01121
Olt21
01121
01121
FP32-1-700-621-J
C63905
CB5115
CB5115
C02415
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
620 OHM 5% IW MO TUBULAR
39 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULA2
510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULA2
240 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULA2
See introduction to this section for ordering information
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Table 3-3. Replaceable Parts (Continued)
Reference
Designation
HP Part
Number
Qty
Mfr
Code
Description
0683-5115
0683-1025
0683-5115
0633-2035
0683-5105
510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
1K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
510 OHM 519 .25W CC TUBULAR
20K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
51 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
01121
C45115
CBIC25
CB5115
CB2035
CB5105 .
811""
812""
R 13""
814""
R15
0683-7515
0683-2035
0683-1025
0683-1025
0683-5125
1
RESISTOR 750 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 20K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 1K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 1K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 5 .1K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
01121
007515
C02035
CB1025
CBIC25
085125
816
R17
R18
R19
R20
0663-2015
0683-5125
0683-1035
0683-3905
1810-0080
2
RESISTOR 200 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 5 .1K 5% .25W CC TIIJBULAR
RESISTOR 10K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 39 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR-MULTIPLE 50052(7)
01121
01121
01121
01121
28480
CB2G15
CB5125
C81035
C33905
1810-0080
R21
822
82 .3
R24
R25
0683-5115
0683-1035
1810-0055
0683-1025
0683-3925
RESISTOR 510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 10K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR-MULTIPLE 10K (8)
RESISTOR 1K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
RESISTOR 3 .9K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
01121
01121
28480
01121
01121
C85115
061035
1810-0055
CBIC25
CB3525
2
826
827
R28
R29
R30
0683-2015
0683-3925
0698-5176
0698-5176
0698-5174
3
R31
R32
R33
834
R35
0698-4130
0698-3374
0698-3374
0698-5562
0698-5174
R36
837
R38
R39
R40
0698-5174
0698-5562
0698-5176
0674-3315
0696-5174
841
842
P43
R44
845
0698-5562
2100-3210
0683-3935
0683-5115
0683-5115
R46
R47
R48
849
R50
0683-3345
0698-6283
0683-1005
0683-5115
0683-5115
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
R6 "
7 "
11
118
""
R9 ""
810""
4
2
1
2
2
1
2
4
1
2
3
1
I
1
1
1
1
Mfr Part Number
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
200 OHM
3 .9K 5%
510 OHM
510 OHM
200 OHM
5% .25W CC TUBULAR
.25W CC TUBULAR
5% .125W CC TUBULAR
5% .125W CC TUBULAR
5% .125W CC TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
01121
082015
083925
885115
BB5115
882015
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
39 OHM 5% .125W CC TUBULAR
20 OHM 5% .125W CC TUBULAR
20 OHM 5% .125W CC TUBULAR
120 OHM 5% .125W CC TUBULAR
200 OHM 5% .125W CC TUBULAR
01121
)1121
01121
01121
01121
EB3905
BB2CO5
882005
B91215
BR2015
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
200
120
510
330
200
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
01121
BB2015
881215
885115
083315
682015
RESISTOR
RESISTOR ;
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
120 OHM 5% .125W CC TUBULAR
VAR ; TRMR ; IOKOkIM 10% C
39K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
01121
32997
01121
01121
31121
881215
338SP-1-103
083935
C85115
CB5115
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
330K 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
10 OHM 5% .125W CC TUBULAR
10 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
510 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
01121
31121
01121
01121
01121
CB3345
BBICO5
CB 1005
CB5115
085115
OHM
OHM
OHM
OHM
OHM
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
.125W
.125W
.125W
.125W
.125W
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
R51
1810-0055
RESISTOR-MULTIPLE 10K (8)
28480
1810-0055
S1 ""
S2
3101-1667
3101-0680
1
1
SWITCH;
SWITCH;
28480
28480
3101-1667
3101-0680
Ul ""
U2
U3
U4
U5
1820-1224
1820-0661
1820-0537
1820-0633
1820-0817
1
1
1
1
1
IC ;DGTL ;LINE RECEIVER
IC ;DGTL ;GATE
IC ;OGTL ;SCHMITT TRIGGER
IC :M .O .S . TIME BASE
IC ;DGTL ;FLIP-FLOP
04713
01295
01295
28480
04713
MC10216P
SN7432N
SN7413N
1820-0633
MC10131P
U6
U7
U8
U9
Ul0
1820-0077
1820-0681
1820-0269
1820-0301
1820-1052
1
1
2
2
1
IC ;OGTL
IC ;DGTL
IC ;DGTL
IC ;DGTL
IC ;DGTL
01295
31295
01295
01295
04713
SN7474N
SN74SOON
SN7403N
SN7475N
MC10125L
U11
U12
U13
U14
U15
1820-1019
1820-0233
1820-0328
1820-0634
1820-0751
1
1
1
1
1
IC ;DGTL ;COUNTER
IC ;DGTL ;000NTER
IC ;DGTL ;GATE
IC :M .O .S .,6-DECADE COUNTER
IC ;DGTL ;000NTER
28480
01295
0-1295
28480
01295
1820-1019
SN74193N
SN7402N
1820-0634
SN74196N
U16
U17
U18
U19
U20
1820-0920
1820-0214
1820-0174
1820-0269
1620-0301
1
1
1
IC ;OGTL ;LINE RECEIVER
IC ;DGTL ;DECODER/DECODER DRVR/DATA DISTR
IC ;DGTL ;INVERTER
IC ;DGTL ;GATE
IC ;DGTL ;LATCH
04713
01295
01295
01295
01295
MC1692L
SN7442N
SN7404N
SN7403N
SN7475N
U21
U22
1826-0122
1826-0215
1
1
IC ;LIN ;VOLTAGE REGULATOR
IC ;LIN ;VOLTAGE REGULATOR
07263
04713
7805UC
MC7905 .2CP
Y1 `"
0410-0405
1
CRYSTAL :QUARTZ
28480
0410-0405
A2
05382-60002
1
BOARD ASSY, DISPLAY
28480
05382-60002
'OPTION 001 0538260003
""THESE PARTS NOT IN OPTION 001
SL ; SPOT NS ; .5A 125VAC
PO 1-STA MODULE 4PDT
;FLIP-FLOP
;GATE
;GATE
;LATCH
;TRANSLATOR (LOGIC LEVEL)
10 MHZ
See introduction to this section for ordering information
3-13
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Table 3-3. Replaceable Parts (Continued)
Reference
HP Part Number
Designation
Qty
A2
05382-60002
1
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
0180-0106
0140-0149
0160-0182
0160-2254
0160-4182
1
1
1
1
CR1
1901-0040
051
052
DS3
DS4
DS5
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
OS6
DST
058
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
J1
1250-1163
1251-3768
0510-0076
L1
9100-1620
Ql
C2
Q3
Q4
Q5
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
06
07
08
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
Pi
R2
R3
R4
R5
0683-4705
0683-4705
0683-4705
0683-4705
0683-4705
R6
R7
R8
R9
RIO
0683-4705
0683-4705
0683-4705
0683-4705
0683-4705
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
0683-4705
0683-4715
0683-4715
0683-4715
06x3-4715
P16
R17
RIB
R19
R20
0683-4715
0683-4715
0683-4715
0683-4715
1810-0041
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
0683-9125
0683-9135
0683-9145
0683-4705
0683-4705
S1
S2
3101-1598
3101-1598
U1
1820-1037
)
Description
BOARD ASSY, DISPLAY
8
1
26
3
1
8
13
8
1
1
1
1
2
1
Mfr Part Number
28480
05382-60002
CAPACITOR-FXD ; 6OUF+-20% 6VDC TA-SOLID
CAPACITOR-FXD 470PF+-5% 300WVDC
CAPACITOR-FXD 47PF+-5% 300WVDC
CAPACITOR-FXD 7 .5PF+- .25PF 500WVDC
CAPACITOR-FXD .OIUF+-20% 200WVDC
56289
72136
28480
28480
72982
1500606X000682
DNISF471JO300WVICR
0160-0182
0160-2254
8121-M200-XTR-103M
DIODE-SWITCHING 2NS 30V 50114A
28480
1901-0040
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
IN HIGH
IN HIGH
IN HIGH
IN HIGH
IN HIGH
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
CHAR .3 IN HIGH
CHAR .3 IN HIGH
CHAR .3 IN HIGH
28480
28480
28480
1990-0452
1990-0452
1990-0452
NUM
NUM
NUN
NUM
NUN
SEG
SEG
SEG
SEG
SEG
1
1
1
1
1
DISPLAY NUM SEG 1
DISPLAY NUM SEG 1
DISPLAY NUM SEG 1
CHAR
CHAR
CHAR
CHAR
CHAR
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
CONNECTOR-CD AX : BNC : 50 OHM FEMALE
POST (F) CONNECT
NUT ; SH ME1 6-32 .63 : STL ; CO PL
28480
28480
78553
COIL ;
MOLDED RF CHOKE ; 15UH 10%
24226
15/152
PNP
PNP
PNP
PIMP
PIMP
PD-500M10
PO-50OMW
PO-500MW
PD-50OMW
PD-50OMW
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
TRANSISTOR PNP SI CHIP PD-50OMW
TRANSISTOR PWP S1 CHIP PD-500MW
TRANSISTOR PNP SI CHIP PD-50OMW
28480
28480
28480
1853-0318
1853-0318
1853-0318
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
FXD ;
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
CHIP
1250-1163
.1251-3768
08599-632-258
47
47
47
47
47
OHM
OHM
OHM
OHM
OHM
5%
5%
52
5%
5%
.2510
.25W
.25W
.25W
.25W
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
31121
RESISTOR 47
RESISTOR 47
'RESISTOR 47
RESISTOR'47
RESISTOR 47
OHM
OHM
OHM
OHM
OHM
52
5%
5%
52
5%
.25W
.2510
.25W
.25W
.2510
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
01121
C84705
C84705
C84705
C84705
C84705
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
47
470
470
470
470
OHM 5% .2510 CC TUBULAR
OHM 59 .2510 CC TUBULAR
OHM 5X .2510 CC TUBULAR
OHM 5% .2510 CC TUBULAR
OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
01121
CB4705
C84715
C84715
C84715
C84715
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
CIRCUIT ;
470 OHM 5% .2510 CC TUBULAR
470 OHM 52 .2510 CC TUBULAR
470 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
470 OHM 5% .25W CC TUBULAR
PSIV ; NON-RPRABLE IN
01121
01121
31121
01121
28480
C84715
C84715
C84715
C84715
1810-0041
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
RESISTOR
9 .LK 5% .2510 CC TUBULAR
91K 51 .2510 CC TUBULAR
910K 5% .2510 CC TUBULAR
47 OHM 59 .2510 CC TUBULAR
47 OHM 5% .2510 CC TUBULAR
01121
01121
01121
01121
01121
C89125
089135
089145
C84705
C84705
SWITCH; SL ; DP3T NS : 1A 125VAC
SWITCH ; SL ; DP3T NS ; IA 125VAC
28480
28480
3101-1598
3101-1598
IC :DGTL :DECODER . /DECODER ORVR/DATA DISTR
01295
SN7446AN
Digitally signed by
http // www .aa4df .co m
See introduction to this section for ordering information
3- 14
Mfr
Code
-
084705
C84705
C84705
C84705
C84705
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Table 3-3. Replaceable Parts (Continued)
Reference
HP Part Number
Designation
Description
Qty
Mfr
Code
Mfr Part Number
28480
28480
75915
28480
82389
0160-3043
0160-3043
313 .250
1251-2357
11E-1036
28480
28480
75915
75915
9100-3039
8120-1348
345002-010
345002-020
CIA
C78
F1
J7
S2
0160-3043
0160-3043
2110-0018
1251-2357
3101-1609
2
1
1
1
CAPACITOR-FXD .005UF/ .005UF+-20%
CAPACITOR-FXD .005UF/.005UF+-20%
FUSE .25A 125V SLO-BLO
CONNECTOR ; AC PWR ; HP-9 MALE FLANGE
SWITCH ; SL ;2-DPDT NS; 3A 125VAC
Ti
W1
XF1
XF2
9100-3039
8120-1348
2110-0464
2110-0465
1
1
1
1
TRANSFORMER, POWER
CABLE ; UNSHLD 3-COND 18AWG
FUSEHOLDER ;EXTR POST? BAY CAP ; 20A
FUSEHOLDER ; CAP-FOR 3-AG FUSES
0340-0765
0360-0001
0360-0353
0370-0914
0370-2486
1
1
2
1
1
INSULATOR ; XSTR ; .002 THK
TERMINAL, SLDR LUG, 6SCR, .141/ .086ID
TERMINAL, SLOR LUG, 6 SCR, .144/ .144 ID
BEZEL :PUSHBUTTON KNOB, JADE GREY
PUSHBUTTON (SOLID GRAY)
28480
78452
79963
28480
28480
0340-0765
920
176
0370-0914
0370-2486
0510-0002
0510-0076
1250-0083
2950-0054
5040-7032
2
1
1
1
PRESS-IN NUT ; 6-32 ; .062 LG ; .056 MIN
NUT ; SH MET 6-32 .63 ; STL ; CD PL
CONNECTOR-COAX ; BNC ; 50 OHM FEMALE
NUT ; HEX 1/2-28 .125 X .625 ; BRS; NI PL
FOOT
28480
78553
24931
28480
28480
0510-0002
C8599-632-248
28JR-130-1
2950-0054
5040-7032
05301-40001
05381-20003
05381-20004
05381-20005
05382-00001
05382-00002
05382-90001
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
FOOT
COVER,TOP
COVER, BOTTOM
STANDOFF
PANEL, FRONT
PANEL, REAR
MANUAL
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
28480
05301-40001
05382-20003
05381-20004
05381-20005
05382-00001
05382-00002
05382-90001
28480
28480
28480
07263
01121
01121 .
24546
28480
0150-0050
1901-0040
1901-0040
2N3640
CB 5115
CB 1025
FP-32
0960-0394
MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
OPTION 001 PARTS
C37"'
CR11"'
CR12""
016"'
R68"'
R69"'
R70. . .
U23"'
0150-0050
1901-0040
1901-0040
1853-0015
0683-5115
0683-1025
0761-0035
0960-0394
1
2
1
1
1
1
CAPACITOR-FXD .001 OF 1000V
DIODE-SWITCHING 30V 50MA
DIODE-SWITCHING 30V 50MA
TRANSISTOR-PNP SI 2N3640
RESISTOR-FXD 510 OHM .25W
RESISTOR-FXD1K OHM .25W
RESISTOR-FXD 150 OHM 1W
OSCILLATOR-CRYSTAL TCXO
"`THESE PARTS ADDED IN OPTION 001
Table 3-4. Manufacturers Code List
MFR NO .
01121
01295
02114
04713
07263
24226
24546
24931
28480
32997
56289
72136
72982
73899
75915
78452
78553
79963
82389
MANUFACTURER NAME
Allen Bradley Co .
Texas Instr. Inc. Simicond Cmpnt. Div.
Ferroxcube Corp .
Motorola Semiconductor Products
Fairchild Semiconductor Div.
Gowanda Electronics Corp .
Corning Glass Works
Specialty Connector Co., Inc.
Hewlett-Packard Co ., Corporate Hq .
Bourns Inc. Trimpot Prod. Div.
Sprague Electric Co .
Electro Motive Mfg. Co ., Inc.
Erie Technological Products, Inc.
J. F. D. Electronics Corp .
Littlefuse, Inc.
Everlock Chicago Inc.
Tinnerman Products Inc.
Zierick Mfg. Co.
Switchcraft Inc.
ADDRESS
Milwaukee, Wi.
Dallas, Tx.
Saugerties, N.Y.
Phoenix, Az .
Mountain View, Ca .
Gowanda, N.Y.
Bradford, Pa.
Indianapolis, In .
Palo Alto, Ca .
Riverside, Ca.
North Adams, Ma .
Willimantic, Ct.
Erie, Pa .
Brooklyn, N.Y .
Des Plaines, 11 .
Chicago, Il .
Cleveland, Oh .
Mt . Kisco, N.Y .
Chicago, Il .
ZIP CODE
53212
75231
12477
85008
94040
14070
16701
46227
94304
92507
01247
06226
16512
11219
60016
60622
44129
10549
60630
3- 15
Model 5382A
Maintenance
SYMBOLS
MAIN SIGNAL PATH
FRONT PANEL
r
L_ - - J
J
FEEDBACK PATH
REAR PANEL
TEST POINT
INTERIOR AND PC BOARDS
"AND" GATE
WIPER MOVES TOWARD "CW" WHEN
CONTROL IS ROTATED CLOCKWISE
1.
}--
POWER LINE GROUND
"OR" GATE
INVERTER
CIRCUIT COMMON GROUND
FLOATING GROUND
:T::>-
CHASSIS GROUND
I
KNOB CONTROL
X}-
NAND GATE
NOR GATE
EXCLUSIVE NOR
SCREWDRIVER ADJUST
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD IDENTIFICATION
REVISION LETTER
23IB
;
- HP PART
05340-60037
A- 1248A -2 "--~
NO.
MANUFACTURING
DIVISION CODE
PRODUCTION CODE
SERIES NO .
(May Be Stamped
Elsewhere On The Board)
REFERENCE DESIGNATIONS
REFERENCE DESIGNATIONS WITHIN ASSEMBLIES ARE ABBREVIATED .
ADD ASSEMBLY NUMBER TO ABBREVIATION FOR COMPLETE DESCRIPTION .
JACKS ARE THE STATIONARY CONNECTORS AND PLUGS ARE THE MORE
MOVEABLE OF TWO CONNECTORS .
ASSEMBLY
A25
A25A1
NO PREFIX
Assembly
Numb,,
J2 mounted on
Assembly A25
Numbers indicoto
Pins of 12
I
I
ABBREVIATION
COMPLETE DESCRIPt
C1
CRl
J3
Assembly Stk. No .
(includes A25A1
Assembly)
Assembly
Name
A25 POWER SUPPLY_AS_SY(_0510_0-6007)
--Al RECTIFIER ASSY
R-alter
Axscmbly
Assembly Series No.
(used to document
changes)
SERIES 350
I
(051 00-6031)
-
Part of A25
J2
TI
XA1I wHT-ORN-GY
REp
14
I
T el
BLK
Tran.dormer
Tor onl
Number.,
Figure 3-3. Schematic Diagram Notes
3- 16
IU1v
A25C1
A25A1CR1
J3
QI
IJ
I
I
I
13 not mounted
on Assembly A25
6.3V
TO
AOPI(6)
}6 .3V supplied
from J3 to Pin 6
of PI on
Assembly AS
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Table 3-5. Major Signal Definitions
Mnemonic
DATA
DATA
DATA
DATA
MG
A
B
C
D
Description
Four BCD signal lines upon which all display data is multiplexed.
Input to reset enable latch ; low when main gate is open.
MGE
Main gate control signal (ECL logic levels); low level opens main gate.
MRS
Manual reset signal; low TTL level resets counter (generated by RS signal) .
OF
Overflow; low TTL level indicates overflow of decade counters.
RBI
Ripple Blanking Input; low TTL level allows blanking of zeros in display ; high
TTL level inhibits zero blanking.
RBO
Ripple Blanking Output; low TTL level when zeros are blanked from display;
high TTL level at all other times.
RS
Momentary high TTL level resets counter when gate time is changed.
RSC
High TTL level resets six-decade counter during automatic reset cycle .
RSC
Low TTL level resets decade counter AlU15 during automatic reset cycle .
RSE
High ECL level resets decade counter AlUll and presets Schmitt trigger in
input circuit during automatic reset cycle .
RSTB
High TTL level resets time base divider and main gate flip-flop during
automatic reset cycle.
SO THRU S7 Eight continuously cycling display scan lines; each scan line strobes one
display digit.
TE
High ECL level inhibits the two least-significant outputs of decade counter
AlUll during the measurement cycle.
TR
High TTL level transfers data from the two, least-significant decade counters
to the storage latches at the beginning of the reset cycle ; also, clears the manual
reset latch.
TR
Low TTL level transfers data from the six-decade counter to the storage latches
that are internal to the counter IC. Occurs at beginning of reset cycle.
W
X
Y
Z
Outputs of down-counter AlU12. X,Y,Z used as output multiplexing address
lines by six-decade counter AlU14 and as inputs to 4-to-10 line decoder,
AlU17. W is used as timing signal for reset circuits.
s
is
Low TTL levels illuminate the LED display decimal points. is and .1s control
division factor of the time base divider, AlU4.
l0s
Model 5382A
Maintenance
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SCAN
LINES
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S2
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Figure 3-4 . Instrument Timing Diagram
3-18
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Al
5382-A-7
A2
Figure 3-5 . Component Locators
3-19
Model 5382A
Maintenance
Figure 3-5. Component Locators (Continued)
3-20
P/O
A2
DISPLAY
BOARD
A SSEMBLY
LIMITER BUFFER
INPUT
E23
-TIME BASE OSCILLATOR
(5382-60001)
OPTION 001 THESE COMPONENTS ARE
EPLACED BY OPTION 001 TIME BASE
I OSCILLATOR I
LEXT IN _ _ J
OPTION 001 TIME BASE OSCILLATOR (5382-60003)
(TEMPERATURE COMPENSATED CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR)
rFREQ'
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1 PROPER VOLTAGE SELECTION
AI
MAIN
BOARD ASSEMBLY
(05382-60001,SERIES 1408 ;05382-60003,SERIES1408)
MAIN GATE/
LEVEL TRANSLATOR
_ATOR
COMPONENTS ARE
001 TIME BASE
5V
4081
A2UIBCDINPUTS
23
EE
TR
R
FDw
y6G VDD VSS
U14
SIX-DECADE COUNTER
CLK
DATA OUT
ADDRESS IN DRIVER
A2Ul
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22
21
20
A
B
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
H
L
H
L
L
L
L
L
H
H
L
L
L
H
H
L
L
L
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L
L
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L
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L
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L
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L
L
L
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L
L
L
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L
L
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NT
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IN
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IN OB
DOWN COUNTER
U12
GNO
VCC
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IS/MI
GATE
TIME
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IS/KH;
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P/O A2
DISPLAY BOARD ASSEMBLY
(05382-60002,SERIES 1408)
LLIVAVL-ORMSTAKEN WITH A1 .75VPEAK-TO-PEAK, 100kH :INPUT SIGNAL, D
;;R000HA70'T
DIVIDER PROBE, OTHEPOSCILLOSCOPE SETTINGS ARE GIVEN WITH EACH WAVEFORM . LLDT
5p5/DIV 0V
2V/DIV
5yS/DIV
05V/DIV
O
SOWS/DIV
2V/DIV
HCOINPUTS
AlUi7
5 u5/DIV D~
05V/DIV
5 .5/DI V
05V/DIV
S IP 5/DIV OV
02V/DIV
AIU17
0~
DECIMAL OUTPUTS
23
22
21
20
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
L
H
H
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
L
H
H
L
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H
H
L
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L
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L
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5 mS/DIV
5V/DIV
OARD
Model 5382A
Maintenance
ASSEMBLY
(05382-60002
SERIES 1408)
NOTES
REFERENCE DESIGNATIONS WITHIN THIS
ASSEMBLY ARE ABBREVIATED . ADD
ASSEMBLY NUMBER TO ABBREVIATION
FOR COMPLETE DESCRIPTION .
NAVCCORMS TAKEN WITH A! .75V PEAK TO PEAK, 100 kI1z INPUT SIGNAL. Dr_ CD ;1PLEC T HROUGH A IBl1
DIVIDER PROBE . OTHER OSCILLOSCOPE SETTINGS ARE GIVEN WITH EACH WAVEFORM .
5 uS/D I V
OSV/DIV
01
5 'S/DIV DV
o5v/Div
2.
UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED :
RESISTANCE IN OHMS,
CAPACITANCE IN MICROFARADS ;
INDUCTANCE IN MICROHENRIES
3.
ASTERISK(*) INDICATES SELECTED
COMPONENT, AVERAGE VALUES SHOWN
5y S/DI V
05V/DIV
5 mS/DIV
5V/DIV
0
5382-J-1
Figure 3-6. Overall Schematic Diagram
3-21
Figure 3-6
OVERALL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
(See Page 3-21)
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