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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TYPE 1150·A
DIGITAL FREQUENCY METER
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O·PERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TYPE 1150·A
DIGITAL FREQUENCY METER
Form 1150-0100-B
October, 1963
Copyright 1962 by General Radio Company
West Concord, Massachusetts, USA
GENERAL
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MASSACHUSETTS,
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Figure 1-1. Panel view of the Type 1150-A Digital Frequency Meter.
SPECIFICATIONS
10 cps to 300 kc.
AC-coupled; approximately 0.5 megohm shunted by
Frequency Range:
Input Impedance:
less than 100 pf.
Sensitivity: Better than 1 volt, peak-to-peak; for pulse input, duty
ra~i? should be·_between 0.2 aJ?d 0.8. For input pulses of higher than
m1mmum amphtudc, duty ratiO becomes less important.
Display: 5-digit, in-line Numerik register, incandescent-lamp operated.
Display Time: Adjustable from 0.5 to 5 seconds, or infinity.
Counting Interval: 0.1, 1, or 10 seconds, or can be set manually.
Accuracy : ± 1 count ±crystal-oscillator stability:
Crystal-Oscillator Stability
Short-Term: Better than 71! part per million.
Cycling: Less than counter resolution.
Temperature Effects: Less than 271! parts per
million for rise -of
0 to 50 C ambient.
Wannup: Within 1 part per million after 15 minutes.
Patent Applied For.
Aging: Less than 1 part per million per week after four weeks
decreasing thereafter.
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Cr:rs.tai·Frequency Adjustment: The frequency is within 10 parts per
m1lhon of 100 kc when shtpped. Frequency adjustment provided.
Power Requirements: 105 to 125 (or 210 to 250) volts, 50 to 60 cps,
45 watts.
Accessories Supplied: TYPE CAP-22 Power Cord eight replacement
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incandescent lamps, spare fuses.
Accessories Available: TYPE 1136-A Digital-to-Analog Converter
(page 99) and TYPE 1137-A Data Printer (page 100) operate from
output of TYPE 1150-AP model.
Cabinet: Rack-bench (see page 210).
Dimensions: Bench model - width 19, height 3% depth 12 71! inches
(485 by 99 by 320 mm), over-all; rack model- panel 19 by 371!
mches (485 by 90 mm); depth behind panel 12%' inches (325 mm).
Net Weight: 171/z pounds (8 kg).
Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (9.5 kg).
General Radio Experimenter reference, Vol 36, No. 4, April
1962
INTRODUCTION· OPERATING PROCEDURE
SECTION
1
INTRODUCTION
The Type 1150-A Digital FrequencyMeter(see
Figure 1-1) is a general-purpose, basic, digital
counter for measuring, setting, and monitoring frequencies, for counting random events, and for industrial counting applications. Among its many frequency measurement applications are the test, adjustment, and calibration of oscillators, telemetering
equipment, i-f amplifiers and filters (crystal, mechanical, and magnetostrictive). This frequency meter
measures frequencies between 10 cps and 220 kc with
a precision of ±0.1 cps.
SECTION
With appropriate transducers, it can be used
to measure such physical quantities as pressure,
temperature, strain, and weight. In conjunction with
an optical or magnetic pickup, it will measure rotational speed.
Other important applications in industry include
the counting of units on a production line and other
nonperiodic events.
It can be started, stopped, and cleared by external signals, so that it can be used as part of a
larger system.
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OPERATING
PROCEDURE
2.1 CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS.
The following table lists the controls and connectors on the Type 1150-A Digital Frequency Meter:
INPUT
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The INPUT binding-post terminals are for connection of the signal to be
measured. The lower (ground) terminal is connected directly to the
metal case of the instrument.
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DISPLAY TIME
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COUNTING
COUNTING
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START-STOP
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Clockwise rotation of the DISPLAY TIME control increases the time
interval for display of the measurement result. The approximate range
of display time is one-half to five seconds; the one-second setting is
indicated. Rotating the knob fully clockwise activates a switch that
gives continuous display(ooposition) until the RESET button is pressed .
The latching-type, pushbutton CHECK switch is activated when the
switch is pressed toward the panel and then released. The two positions, one closer to the panel than the other, are indicated by the length
of shaft exposed. The position closer to the panel is the normal position for measurement of an input signal. The position farther out from
the panel is for self-check operation of the instrument with the internal 100-kc signal connected across the INPUT terminals.
The COUNTING lamp lights while the instrument is measuring and is
off during the display and reset intervals. The lamp functions for both
automatic and manual operation.
The four positions of the COUNTING TIME SEC control select the time
interval for which the input signal is sampled (counted). In the 0.1 position, the sampling interval is 0.1 second and the indicator reads in 10cycle units; in the 1.0 position, the input is sampled for one second
and the indicator reads in cycle-per-second units; the 10 position
gives a 10-second sampling interval and a display in 0.1-cycle units;/
in the MANUAL position, the sampling interval is controlled by the
START-STOP switch.
The latching-type, pushbutton START-STOP switch is activated when
the switch is pressed toward the panel and then released. The two
positions, one closer to the panel than the other, are indicated by the
length of shaft exposed. When the COUNTING TIME SEC control is in
the MANUAL position, this START-STOP switch controls the time that
the input signal is sampled. The sampling interval starts when the
switch is set in the position farther out from the panel and stops when
the switch is put in the position closer to the panel.
The POWER switch interrupts the 115 volts supplied to the fan motor
and the instrument de supply. As long as the instrument is plugged in,
the primary and secondary windings of the power transformer are
energized to keep the crystal oven at its proper temperature. Note
that line voltage and other voltages are present with power "off".
OPERATING PROCEDURE
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INPUT
When the nonlatching, pushbutton RESET switch is pressed momentarily, the display interval or the counting interval is interrupted and a
new count is initiated.
Power-input socket accepts the power cord provided. Instruments are
normally supplied for operation from 105 to 125 volts. The power transformer can be reconnected for operation from 210 to 250 volts (refer
to Section 2.2.4).
The internally generated, 100-kc reference signal is available at the
jack labeled INT 100 KC.
With the TIME BASE slide switch in the INT position, the reference
signal is taken from an internal stable crystal oscillator. With the
TIME BASE slide switch in the EXT position, an external 100-kc signal
should be applied to the lower phone jack. When no external reference
is connected, the slide switch should be in the INT position. Operation
without an external reference signal and with the switch at EXT will
yield incorrect measurements.
The lower phone jack, EXT 100 KC INPUT, is for connection of an external 100-kc reference signal.
The six -pin AUX plug is to connect the instrument to auxiliary equipment (refer to Section 2.6.3),
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PICKOFF
The three-connector PHOTOELECTRIC PICKOFF telephone jack is for
direct connection of an optical transducer (refer to Section 2.6.2).
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2.2 INSTALLATION.
2.2.1 INSTRUMENT LOCATION. To cool the internal components, air is vented through an air filter at
the rear to an exhaust fan on the left-hand side of the
instrument. The frequency meter must be mounted
so that air flow is not blocked at either the filter or
the exhaust port. The instrument will operate properly in any orientation.
2.2.2 MOUNTING.
The instrument is available
equipped for either bench or relay-rack mounting.
For bench mounting (Type ll50-AM), aluminum end
frames are supplied to fit the ends of the cabi:aet.
Each end frame is attached to the instrument with
two panel screws and four 10-32 round-head screws
with notched washers.
For rack mounting (Type ll50-AR}, special
rack-mounting brackets are supplied to attach the
cabinet and instrument to the relay rack (see Figure
2-1). These brackets permit either cabinet or instrument to be withdrawn independently of the other.
e. On the rear of the cabinet, remove the two
round-head screws that hold the cabinet to the instrument.
To remove the instrument from the rae!<, remove only the four panel screws with washers (C)
and draw the instrument forward out of the rack. To
remove the cabinet and leave the instrument mounted
in the rack, remove only the two thumb screws (D)
at the rear of the brackets and pull the cabinet back
off the instrument from the rear of the rack.
2.2.3 ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED. Supplied with the
Type 1150-A Digital Frequency Meter are: a Type
CAP-22 Three-Wire Power Cord, a Type CDSP-16
phone plug for the INT 100 KC or EXT 100 KC INPUT
socket, a Type CDMP-1275-6 six-terminal Jonestype plug for the AUX (auxiliary accessory) connector,
eight spare indicator lamps, and spare fuses. The
spare indicator lamps are in the front panel, accessible when the indicator bank is removed.
c. Insert the four panel screws with attached
washers (C) through the panel and the bracket and
thread them into the rack. The washers are provided
to protect the face of the instrument.
2.2.4 CONNECTION TO POWER SUPPLY. Connect
the Type 1150-A toasourceofpoweras indicated on
the chassis over the input socket at the rear of the
instrument, using the power cord provided. The long
cylindrical pin (ground) is connected directly to the
metal. case of the instrument, and hence to the ground
terminal of the INPUT connector on the panel.
While instruments are normally supplied for
115-volt operation, the power transformer can be reconnected for 230 -volt service (refer to the schematic
diagram, Figure 4-10). When changing connections,
be sure to indicate on the chassis the correct input
voltage and replace the 0.6-ampere line fuses with
fuses rated at 0.3 ampere.
d. Toward the rear of each bracket, put a
thumb screw (D) through the slot in the bracket and
into the hole in the side of the cabinet.
2.2.5 WARM-UP. A 10-minute warm-up period is
required after the instrument is plugged in until it
reaches stable operation. Errors of several parts
To install the instrument in a relay rack:
a. Attach each mounting bracket (A) to the rack
with two 12-24 round-head screws (B). Use the inside holes on the brackets.
b. Slide the instrument onto the brackets as far
as it will go.
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
per million in frequency measurement may. occur
during warm -up. The crystal oven for the internal
reference oscillator will then remain at the proper
operating temperature as long as the instrument is
plugged "in, regardless of the setting of the POWER
switch.
2.2.6 CHECK FOR PROPER OPERATION. Set the
rear TIME BASE control to INT, the POWER switch
to POWER, and allow a few seconds for the instrument
to attain stable operation. Set the COUNTING TIME
control to 0.1 SEC, the DISPLAY TIME control to
approximately 1 SEC, and set the CHECK and the
START-STOP pushbuttons so they are in the position
farther out from the panel. The instrument should
display 10000 (100 kc) for one second, clear to zero,
count again, etc.
With the COUNTING TIME control set to 1.0 or
10, the meter should still measure the frequency
within one count. The display will be 00000 because
of the change in sampling time.
VOLTAGE
Figure 2-3. Example of an input signal waveform which
could generate tw~ counts per cycle.
It is possible to have a waveform that will generate two counts per cycle, such as that shown in
Figure 2-3. The input circuits cannot discriminate
between the waveforms shown in Figures 2-2 and
2-3 so the frequency indicated for the signal shown
in Figure 2-3 may be twice the actual value. To
eliminate this type of error, reduce the amplitude of
the input signal.
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2.2. 7 APPLYING AN INPUT SIGNAL. Apply the signal to be measured at the INPUT binding posts on the
panel. The lower terminal (ground) is connected to
the metal case of the instrument and to the ground
connection of the three-wire power cord.
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Figure 2-4. Example of an input signal waveform with
noise which could cause a missing count.
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Figure 2-2. Input signal waveform showing points where counts
are generated (x) and points where the input circuits reset (0).
The input circuits have a small voltage hysteresis, or backlash. They generate a count (points X in
Figure 2- 2) every time the signal voltage exceeds the
reference voltage by a small amount (approximately
0.2 volt). Before another count can be generated, the
circuits must be reset (points 0 in Figure 2-2) by a
decrease in input voltage to a value approximately
0.2 volt below the reference voltage. Because of this
hysteretic action, an input voltage of at least 0.4 volt
is necessary to generate counts. Since the reference
voltage changes with temperature and some noise is
always present, an input voltage of at least 1 volt
peak-to-peak is specified for proper operation. The
input signal is capacitively coupled to the input circuit, so that the reference voltage is approximately
the average value of the input signal. The counts are
generated when the input signal voltage is increasing
(positive slope in Figure 2- 2).
If the input signal is very close in amplitude to
the minimum amplitude for triggering , a slight
amount of noise can cause a missing count and corresponding measurement error (see Figure 2-4).
Since the capacitive coupling of the input signal
causes the input circuits to generate a count at the
average value of the input voltage, a pulse-type input
signal should have a duty ratio (ratio of pulse duration to period) between 0.2 and 0.8, depending on the
amplitude of the pulse. For the pulse waveform
shown in Figure 2-Sa, although the peak-to-peak
amplitude may be several volts, the average voltage
is not sufficient to reset the input circuits. This type
of error cannot usually be eliminated by increasing
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Figure 2-5a. Pulse-type input signal with too low a
duty ratio to generate a count.
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Figure 2-5b. Pulse-shaping circuit to
change the waveform shown in Figure
2-5a.
the amplitude of the input signal without overloading
the input circuits. It is possible, however, to measure the frequency of very low duty ratio signals by
using an external circuit similar to the one shown in
Figure 2-5b, which reshapes the waveform.
2.3 FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT.
2.3.1 GENERAL.
Set the COUNTING TIME control to the desired
sampling interval; the longer the counting interval
used, the greater the accuracy of measurement. (At
0.1 SEC, the meter will read in tens of cycles; at 1.0
SEC, the meter will read in qxcles per second; at 10
SEC, the meter will read in tenths of cycles per
second.} The indicated frequency is the value averaged over the last counting interval.
Set the DISPLAY TIME control to a convenient
display interval. (Range is approximately 0.5 to 5
seconds.) For easiest reading, set this control for
minimum time between the end of the display interval
and start of the next counting interval. This is particularly helpful when one-second counting interval
is used.
To retain the displayed count, rotate the DISPLAY TIME control clockwise until the switch is
activated (ooposition). The display will be held until
the RESET button is pushed to reset the counting
units to zero and initiate a new count.
2.3.2 MANUAL GATING FOR LOW-FREQUENCY
SIGNALS. It is possible to generate accurate counting
intervals longer than 10 seconds by use of the manualgatingfeature. This is especially useful for measurement oflow-frequency signals. For example, if a 20cps signal is measured with 10-second samples, the
indicator will read 200 counts and the possible onecount error amounts to ±0.5% of the measurement.
If, however, a 100-second sampling time is used, the
accuracy of the displayed 2000 is ±0.05%.
To use manual gating, set the START-STOP
button in the outer position, and the COUNTING TIME
control to 10 SEC. After the counting has started but
before 10 seconds has elapsed, turn the COUNTING
TIME control to MANUAL, which blocks the instrument so that counting will not stop. To stop the count,
return the COUNTING TIME control to 10 SEC and
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the counting will stop on the next multiple of 10 seconds. For example, for a 100-second sampling interval, return the COUNTING TIME control to 10 SEC
between 90 and 100 seconds after the start of the
counting.
2.4 MANUAL TOTALIZING OPERATION.
For counting or totalizing operations, set the
COUNTING TIME control to MANUAL and use the
START-STOP button to start (outer position) and stop
(inner position) the count. The DISPLAY TIME control is effective during manual operation. The RESET
button is also operative, but use of this control while
the instrument is counting can lead to a false count,
especially for high-frequency signals. To clear the
indicators, stop the count with the START-STOP control and then reset.
2.5 USE OF AN EXTERNAL REFERENCE SOURCE.
An externa1100- kc signal can be used as a reference source in place of the 100- kc signal from the
crystal oscillator of the Type ll50-A. Apply the
signal to the EXT 100 KC INPUT phono jack at the
rear of the instrument and set the TIME BASE switch
to EXT. The external signal source should be capable of providing 0.3 volt across a 1-kilohm load.
2.6 CONNECTION TO ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT.
2.6.1 INTERNALOSCILLATORSIGNAL. At theiNT
100 KC phono jack on the rear of the instrument, a
high-impedance output from the very stable 100-kc
crystal oscillator is available for driving accessory
equipment.
2~6.2 PHOTOELECTRIC PICKOFF.
A three-terminal telephone jack is provided on the rear of the
instrument for direct connection to a General Radio
Type 1536-A Photoelectric Transducer. The transducer has a light source and a photoconductor which
convert changes in reflection of the light source into
electrical input signals. For instance, when the
transducer is placed in the path of a piece of reflecting tape on a rotating object, the frequency meter indicates revolutions per second. The photoelectric
pickoff signal is in parallel with the INPUT terminals,
so, for proper operation with the pickoff, no signal
should be connected to the INPUT terminals.
2.6.3 AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT. A six-connector
Jones-type socket (AUX) at the rear of the instrument
is provided for connection to auxiliary equipment.
Table 2 -1li sts the signals available at this connector.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
TABLE 2-1 AUXILIARY CONNECTIONS
Pin
Output
Internal Signal
1
Ground
0 volt.
2
De power supply
+20 v regulated, with less than 0.5 v of high-frequency
ripple while the instrument is operating. Supplies up
to 100 rna; however, even an instantaneous short to
ground will cause failure of the regulating transistor
(Q501) and/or opening of the fuses.
3
Negative pulse from
highest-unit indicator
("spill-over" signal).
The output transfer pulse from the decade driving the
highest-unit indicator (one furthest to the left). Should
be capacitively coupled, if used. Overload can cause
errors in instrument operation and a direct short may
lead to permanent damage.
4
Connection for externally duplicating the
RESET function
See Figure 2-6.
5
Connection for externally duplicating the
START-STOP function
See Figure 2-7.
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Positive reset pulse
output
+ 15 volts except for approximately 4 msec when the
output is +20 volts while the indicators clear. Overloading this terminal will cause instrument failure,
and even a momentary direct short will cause permanent damage.
TO PIN 2
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AUX,+20v~
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AUX
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Figure 2-6. External connections which duplicate the function
of the RESET button. Momentarily closing the normally open
switch has the same effect as pressing the RESET button.
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Figure 2· 7. External connections which duplicate the function
of the START -STOP button. Resistor R243 should be disconnected from switch S201 when this modification is made.
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SECTION
3
PRINCIPLES
OF
3.1 GENERAL.
The Type 1150-A Digital Frequency Meter
measures the frequency of an applied signal by comparing it with an accurate 100-kc signal generated
within the instrument. The instrument compares the
signals by counting the number of cycles of applied
signal that occur during a time interval derived from
the 100-kc signal. The displayed count is the frequency of the input signal in units of tens of cycles,
cycles, or tenths of cycles, averaged over a selected
counting interval of 0.1, 1.0, or 10 seconds, respectively. The circuits of the Type 1150-A provide, in
addition to the counting interval, a display interval,
and a reset interval to clear the indicators to zero.
These three intervals follow each other sequentially
and continuously.
Figure 3-1, a simplified block diagram, indicates the principal circuits of the instrument and the
signal flow paths. The input amplifier, pulse-forming circuits, and thefive ringcounting units perform
the counting operation. The input amplifier increases
the instrument sensitivity and input impedance. The
ring counting units are cascaded scale-of-ten circuits. Each unit is coupled to a Numerik indicator,
which provides the digital display.
The main gate acts as a switch either to pass
pulses (open gate) or to stop the flow of pulses (closed
OPERATION
gate). The gate is driven by the main-gate flip-flop.
Time-base pulses from the time-base divider switch
the flip -flop between its two stable states to open and
close the main gate.
The 100-kc crystal-oscillator output is shaped
into a pulse-type waveform to drive the time-basedivider circuits. The divider produces a train of
pulses derived from the oscillator signal with a frequency of 10, 1 or 0.1 pulses per second as selected
by the COUNTING TIME control. The pulse train is
fed through the time-base gate to the main -gate flipflop. (The time-base gate and time-base gate flipflop operate in a manner similar to the main -gate
flip-flop and main gate.) The time- base gate prevents
a divider pulse from opening the main gate during
the display-time interval.
A counting interval starts when the ring counting units have been reset, the time-base gate has
opened, and a divider pulse arrives at the main-gate
flip-flop to open the main gate. The counting interval
ends when the next divider pulse is received. This
pulse closes the main gate, starts the display interval by switching the time-base gate flip-flop to close
the time-base gate, and activates the display-time
generator. In this condition the divider pulses are
locked out and the indicators display the measurement.
FIVE RING-COUNTINGUNITS AND NUMERIK
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Simplified block. diaf!.ram of the Type 1150-A f)i{!,ital Frequency Meter.
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
After a time interval determined by the DISPLAY TIME control, the reset-pulse generator is
triggered, and the ring counters are reset. The
trailing edge of the reset pulse sets the time-base
gate flip-flop to open the time-base gate. The next
pulse from the divider starts another counting interval.
A detailed block diagram, Figure 4-2, shows
the functional circuits of the instrument and etchedboard locations of these circuits.
3.2 RING COUNTING UNITS.
Figure 3-2 is a simplified schematic of one of
the five ring counting units used in the Type ll50-A
Digital Frequency Meter. Each unit consists of a
ring-of-ten bistable circuit. Each bistable circuit
has one "high -current" transistor capable of driving
the associated incandescent lamp for the Numerik
indicator for that decade. The first ring counting
unit differs from the other four only in the values of
its components.
In Figure 3-2,assumethatthecountingunithas
been set to its zero state. QlOl will be off and Q102,
on. Q102 has its base forward bias current provided
by R103 to keep it saturated and passing 80 rna to
light the zero lamp in the indicator. This 80-ma
current will produce a voltage rise of 5.5volts across
R101. The base of Q101 is returned via R102 to the
set-zero buss voltage of about -5.0 volts. The base
of Ql01 is, therefore, reverse-biased with respect
to the emitter and Q101 will remain off. The circuit
is stable in this state.
All other pairs in the ring will have the opposite
stable state. The left-hand transistors (Q103, etc),
and all saturated right-hand transistors (Q104, etc),
areoff. WhenQ103,forexample,ison the R105 clear
buss (not the same -5.0 -volt potential as the set-zero
buss), it will have nearly 1 rna of forward drive. The
drop across the 68-ohm resistor (R104) on the
common emitter will be only 0.07 volt and the full
20-volt collector-supply voltage will appear across
Rl06. The very small drop in emitter-to-collector
voltage of Q 103 will normally be below the conduction
knee-voltage of Q104 and will keep it off. Complete
cutoff of Ql04 for all possible transistor combinations
at elevated temperature is ensured by the silicon
diode (CR103 in series with the emitter of D104).
The input signal advances the state of the decade
by one stage per pulse. A negative pulse is applied to
the base of the advance chain Ql21, turning it off.
The on-lamp chain Q102 loses base forward drive
and goes off. The common -emitter voltage rises
from -5.5 volts to 0 andQlOl goes on. The positive
pulse at the common emitter is fed through C101,
turning Q103 off and Q104 (the 1 driver) on. Each
succeeding pulse applied to Q101 will advance the
count by one digit. At the count of 10 the zero pair
is switched to the initial conditions, and the negative
pulse generated as the 9 lamp extinguishes is fed
from this ring counting unit as a carry pulse to the
advance driver of the succeeding unit.
In the simplified schematic diagram of Figure
3-2, the zero-set system is depicted as a switch for
simplicity. When this switch is opened, the clear
buss will return to -20 volts, causing all the left-hand
transistors of the bistable circuits to saturate, turning the lamp drives for 1 through 9 off. Q101, on the
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other hand, will lose forward bias, desaturate, and
permit Q102 to go on, thereby turning on the zero
lamp. A fast transistor switch is used in the Type
1150-A to zero set all five ring counting units.
3.3
INPUT AMPLIFIER.
The input amplifier in the Type 1150-ADigital
Frequency Meter is a two-transistor feedback amplifier with a voltage gain of 10. The base and the
emitter of the input transistor(Q30l, Figure 4-6) are
biased to approximately 7 volts by resistors R302 and
R303. The total operating current for both transistors is determined by R308 in series with R309. The
division of current between the transistors is determined by the ratio of R305 to R306. To obtain a high
input resistance, the shield of the input cable and the
biasing resistors are bootstrapped by capacitor C302.
The input resistance of the amplifier is typically
800 kQ and is determined largely by the collector resistance of Q301.
The amplifier is connected to the input terminals in parallel with the photoelectric -pickoff terminals located at the rear of the instrument when the
CHECK switch (S301) is in the position closer to the
panel. When the CHECK switch is in the position
farther out from the panel, the amplifier is connected
to the 100-kc internal crystal oscillator.
3.4 PROGRAM Cl RCUITS.
3.4.1 SCHMITT CIRCUIT. Transistors Q201 and
Q202 (Figure 4-5) are regeneratively connected to
form a Schmitt circuit to generate a pulse-type output waveform from the amplified input signal. The
output signaL at the collector ofQ202 has a rectangularly shaped waveform of approximately 4-volt
amplitude and 0.5-1-lsec rise time.
3.4.2 PULSE SHAPER. Transistor Q203, which is
normally biased to saturation, forms a negative pulse
with approximately 1-11sec duration. The base of
Q203 is capacitively coupled to the output of the
Schmitt circuit by capacitors C202 andC203 in parallel. Following negative transitions of the Schmitt
circuit, "the coupling capacitors are charged through
the relatively low impedance of the saturated pulseshaping transistor.
Positive transients of the
Schmitt-circuit output waveform cause Q203 to become reverse-biased. The length of cutoff time for
Q203 is determined by the discharged time constant
of the coupling capacitor and R206. The cut-off time,
hence pulse duration, is adjusted with C203. Diode
CR201 protects transistor Q203 from excessive reverse bias.
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10
r~f~rs
to an anchor
t~nninal indicat~d
on
th~
circuit diagram.
3.4.3 MAIN GATE. TransistorsQ204and Q205form
a series-type gating circuit. The gating signal of
approximately 20-volt amplitude (A. T. 203)* is
applied to transistor Q204 through biasing resistors.
A positive gating signal at A. T. 203 holds Q203 reverse-biased and essentially disconnects the emitter
of Q205 so that no signal is amplified by Q205. When
the gating signal is approximately at ground, Q204 is
biased into conduction and Q205 amplifies and inverts
the pulses comingfrom thepulse-shaping transistor
Q203. While the main gate is conducting (open), the
output signal of transistor Q205 (A.T. 202) consists
of positive pulses of approximately 1-11sec duration
and 20-volt amplitude. The nonconducting (closed)
gate output signal should be 0.25 volt or less.
3.4.4 TIME-BASE GATE. The time-base gating
transistorQ206is drivenfrom the collector ofQ211,
which is either at 19 volts or at 2 volts above ground.
For the 19-volt drive, Q206 has both junctions reverse -biased and acts as an open circuit. For 2volt drive, the positive pulses from the time-base
divider (A. T. 206) saturate Q206 and appear at its
collector with very little attenuation.
3.4.5 MAIN GATE FLIP-FLOP. Transistors Q207
and Q208 form a conventional saturating flip-flop circuit. Input pulse steering is provided by CR202,
CR303, R218, and R219. A low-impedance source of
0. 6 volt for hold- off bias is provided by silicon rectifier C204. Capacitor C208 couples the pulse output
of the display-time generator to the main -gate flipflop and ensures that the main gate is closed during
the display interval.
3.4.6 TIME-BASE GATE FLIP-FLOP. Transistors
Q210 and Q211 form a conventional saturating flipflop circuit. The positive transition of the gating
waveform (A.T. 203) is coupled via capacitor C209
to the base ofQ210which puts Q210 in a nonconducting state and Q211 into a conducting state. The positive transition of the reset pulse is coupled via capacitor C210to the base of transistorQ211 and putsQ211
in a nonconducting state and transistor Q210 into a
conducting state.
3.4.7 DISPLAY-TIME GENERATOR. Unijunction
transistor Q212 is a delay generator which sets the
display time. When Q211 is saturated,capadtor C213
charges through R229 and a display-time control
R230. The voltage across C213 (A. T. 208) exponentially approaches +20 volts. At the unijunction firing
voltage of approximately 10 volts, a near short ci r.;uit
is developed between the emitter and base 1 of Q212
which rapidly discharges C213. The pulse generated
across R233 has a fast rise time, 8-volt amplitude,
and approximately 70-jlsec total duration.
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
When the RESET button (S203) is pressed, the
display-time generator produces an output pulse by
charging C213 through R231. The integrating effect
of charging C213 _eliminates multiple pulses due to
bouncing of the RESET button.
3.4.8 RESET PULSE GENERA TOR AND AMPLIFIER.
Transistors Q213 and Q214 form a saturating monostable multivibrator. Transistor Q214 is normally
biased off and Q213 is biased to saturation by R237.
A positive pulse coupled from the display-time generator byC216 causes Q213 to turn off. Q214 is regeneratively driven into conduction for a period of
time determined by coupling capacitor C215 and resistor R237. A positive pulse of approximately 12volt amplitude and 17 -msec duration is generated at
the collector of Q214.
The monostable circuit normally holds Q216
reverse-biased, withQ215 forward-biased to saturation with a collector-to-emitter drop of only a few
tenths of a volt. The output voltage at the reset terminals (A. T. 209 and 210) is, therefore, formed by
the voltage divider R241 and R242. This voltage
should be 15 ± 1 volts aboveground. When the monostable circuit is not in its normal state, transistor
Q215 is reverse-biased, which allows the set-zero
line (A. T. 209) to rise to approximately 19 volts, and
transistor Q216 is biased on to saturation which
forces the reset buss voltage (A.T. 210) to drop to
approximately ground.
UNIJUNCTION
TRANSISTOR
Figure 3-4. Circuit diagram of a relaxation oscillator
with a unijunction transistor.
respect to temperature, voltage, and transistor-parameter variations, and hence, excellent oscillatorfrequency stability. The oscillator crystal (X501) is
held at constant temperature in a small oven with a
hermetically sealed thermostat.
With the TIME BASE switch (S502) set at INT
(refer to Figure 4-10), the oscillator output is fed to
the buffer amplifier (Q507). For the EXT position
of the TIME BASE switch, the buffer amplifier is
connected to the EXT 100 KC INPUT connector (1501,
at the rear of the instrument) and an externally generated 100-kc signal can be fed into the time base of
the Frequency Meter. Diodes CR505 and CR506 protect the buffer amplifier (Q507) against excessive
drive and transients. The buffer amplifier (Q507)
feeds the 100-kc signal to the time-base divider, to
the CHECK switch (S301) for self-check operation,
and to the INT 100 kc connector (1502) for calibration
or for driving external circuitry.
3.5 TIME BASE.
3.5.1 CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR. Figure 3-3 is an
elementary circuit diagram of the 100-kc crystal
oscillator in the Type 1150-A Digital Frequency
Meter. Transistors Q505 and Q506 provide the gain
and the proper terminal impedance for the modifiedPierce crystal oscillator. All of the 60-db, open-loop
gain of this transistor pair is used as negative feedback. This results in very stable circuit gain with
+20 VOLTS
Figure 3·3. Simplified circuit diagram of the 100-kc crystal
oscillator used in the Type 1150-A Digital Frequency Meter.
3.5.2 TIME-BASE DIVIDERS. Fivefrequencydividers provide the standard gate times of 0.1, 1, and 10
seconds in the Type 1150-A Digital Frequency Meter.
The dividers use unijunction transistors in synchronized stable relaxation oscillators (see Figure 3-4).
The unijunction transistor, or double-base diode, is
a silicon unit which will "breakdown" and conduct
heavily between emitter and base 1 when the emitter
reaches a specified potential (about one-half the
supplyvo1tage)with respect to base 1. Before breakdown, the emitter presents a very high resistance to
the timing circuit. After breakdown, a high current
passes between emitter and base 1, discharging the
timing capacitor.
When this discharge current
reaches a small value, the breakdown condition ends
and the timing capacitor begins to recharge toward
the supply voltage. The supply voltage to which the
upper base is referred is modulated by the input
synchronizing pulses. Breakdown is therefore determined by the combination of the rising emitter voltage and the falling synchronizing voltage .1
1Genera[ Electric Transistrx- Manual, 1960, pages 138-145.
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In the Type ll50-A Digital Frequency Meter,
the emitter output of each unijunction transistor is a
sawtooth waveform of approximately 10-volt amplitude. The waveform at the lower base (test points
401 through 405) is a brief positive pulse. Buffer
transistors between the dividers are saturated by this
pulse and produce a negative synchronizing pulse for
the succeeding stage.
The first divider stage divides the 100-kc oscillator signal by 40 to 2.5 kc; the second stage divides
by 25 to 100 cps; the three following circuits each
divide by 10 to produce outputs at 10, 1, and 0.1 cps.
The high order of division in the first two circuits is
possible through careful selection of circuit components and unijunction transistors. Individual temperature compensation is also provided in the first divider.
The unijunction transistors in the five dividers are
color-coded and should be not interchanged.
3.6 POWER SUPPLIES.
A single regulated de source of +20 volts, with
respect to chassis ground, is used for all circuits in
the Type 1150-A Digital Frequency Meter. A series-
type electronic regulator is used for both de voltage
control and for ripple reduction. A portion of the
output voltage (determined by the voltage divider,
R509, R510, and R5ll of Figure 4-10) is compared
with a fixed reference voltage (determined by Zener
diode CR504) in a differential amplifier (Q503 and
Q504). If the output voltage increases, the current
in Q504 also increases which decreases the current
in Q503. In turn, Q503 reduces the base current in
the emitter-follower (Q502) and in the series transistor (Q501), which reduces the output voltage.
Diode CR503 with resistors R504 and R505
supplies the base forward drive for Q503 when power
is first applied. As soon as the voltage across CR504
approaches its normal value, CR503 becomes reverse-biased and disconnects the starting circuits.
With the POWER switch in the OFF position, the
unregulated power from the +20 -volt supply is disconnected and the cooling fan is off. The power transformer primary winding is, however, still powered,
so that the crystal oven is on and crystal temperature
is maintained as long as the instrument is plugged
into the power line.
SECTION4
SERVICE
AND
4.1 GENERAL.
We warrant that each new instrument sold by
us is free from defects in material and workmanship
and that properly used it will perform in full accordance with applicable specifications for a period of
two years after original shipment. Any instrument or
component that is found within the two-year period
not to m~et these standards after examination by our
factory, district office, or authorized repair agency
personnel will be repaired or, at our option, replaced
without charge, except for tubes or batteries that
have given normal service.
The two-year warranty stated above attests the
quality of materials and workmanship in our products.
When difficulties do occur, our service engineers will
assist in any way possible. If the difficulty cannot be
eliminated by use of the following service instructions,please write or phone our Service Department
(see rear cover), giving full information of the trouble
12
MAINTENANCE
and of steps taken to remedy it. Be sure to mention
the serial and type numbers of the instrument.
The Type 1150-Afeatures a modular construction that greatly simplifies rep,air. Transistors are
on etched boards easily removable from the main
structure. To keep "down time" to a minimum, the
user can replace a defective board immediately, thus
keeping the counter in use while the defective board
is being repaired.
Before returning an instrument to General Radio
for service,please write to our Service Department
or nearest district office (see back cover), requesting
a Returned Material Tag. Use of this tag will ensure
proper handling and identification. For instruments
not covered by the warranty, a purchase order should
be forwarded to avoid unnecessary delay.
Components not mounted on etched boards include front-panel controls and switches, indicators,
plugs, sockets, power-supply regulating transistor
and rectifier diodes, and the power transformer.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
4.2 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE.
4.2.1 REPLACING THE INDICATOR LAMPS. Burned-out(open-circuited) lamps will cause a failure in
the counting process. To determine the indicator that
contains an open lamp, set the CHECK switch to the
position further out from the panel and set the
COUNTING TIME switch to 1.0 SEC. The ring counting units will operate properly until the open -lamp
circuit is energized. That indicator will not display
a number and the succeeding indicators will remain
at zero. At the end of the counting interval, the faulty
indicator will not display a number. To locate which
one of the ten bulbs in this indicator is open, either
unplug the etched -circuit board for the corresponding
ring counting unit and with an ohmmeter check the
continuity between the socket pins and the chassis,
or apply a low -frequency input signal and observe the
counting operation noting the numeral where counting
stops.
To gain access to the lamps, turn off the power
to avoid shorting the connecting terminals to the
chassis, turn the two knurled panel screws on either
side of the indicator bank a quarter turn counterclockwise, and pull the indicator bank from the instrument. Eight spare indicator bulbs are provided in the
front panel and are accessible when the indicator bank
is removed. To remove a burned-out bulb, remove
the two screws at the rear of the faulty indicator.
The probability of failure for incandescent
bulbs is a function of their operating time. Very few
bulbs will have to be replaced until the instrument
has accumulated several thousand hours of use, and
then the rate of replacement will increase rapidly.
We recommend that all bulbs be replaced when this
increase is noted (typically after 5000 hours of use).
You will notice that used bulbs have darkened due to
condensation of filament material on the inside of the
glass envelope and may not provide sufficient illumination if continued in use.
The lamps supplied in the Type ll50-A Digital
Frequency Meter are General Electric Type 330 or
the equivalent. Replacement bulbs should have approximately 0.5 candlepower at 14 volts and 0.08 ampere.
4.2.2 CLEANING THE AIR FILTER. To maintain
proper cooling efficiency, the air filter should be
cleaned periodically. Local air conditions determine
how often this is necessary. To clean, release the
air filter from its holder, rap gently to remove excess dirt, flush from the dirty side with hot soapy
water, rinse, and let dry. Commercially avialable
preparations to increase the filtering efficiency may
be applied but are not necessary.
4.2.3 LUBRICATING THE FAN MOTOR. For long,
trouble -free operation, lubricate the fan motor at
least once a year with SAE 20 or 30 premium -quality
oil. There are two lubricating holes, one in each of
thebrass brackets on either side ofthemotorlaminations.
4.2.4 CHECKING THE 100-KC CRYSTAL-OSCILLATOR FREQUENCY. The accuracy of the frequency
measurements made with the Type 1150-A depends on
the frequency accuracy of the crystal oscillator. This
oscillator is very stable and should rarely require
resetting. To check the oscillator frequency, observe
the signal at the INT 100 KC connector at the rear of
the instrument with a General Radio Type 1130-A
Digital Time and Frequency Meter, or use a beat
method with a stable 100-kc standard frequency signal. For the comparison method, use a signal whose
frequency is known to at least one part in 105 and
preferably 1/2 part in 106.
Although the power-line frequency can be measured to considerable accuracy (±0.017% for a 100second average taken by manual multiple-period
gating: refer to paragraph 2.2.2), it should not be
used to set the accuracy of the Frequency Meter,
since the power-line frequency varies in the course
of a day (typically ±0.1%).
To adjust the 100-kc oscillator frequency, turn
the variable air capacitor located near the INT 100
KC plug (accessible when the instrument cabinet is
removed~ refer to paragraph 2.2.2).
4.3 INTERNAL ADJUSTMENTS.
4.3.1 GENERAL. Normally, most of the factory-set
adjustments will not require any attention. Those adjustments that may occasionally be necessary (as,
for instance, after replacement of a transistor) are
described in the following paragraphs. Before making
these adjustments, be sure that the TIME BASE switch
is set to INTand thatthepower-supply and input-signal characteristics are correct (refer to paragraphs
2.2.4 and 2.2. 7).
4.3.2 POWER-SUPPLY ADJUSTMENT. The trimmer
potentiometer, R510, located on the power -supply
board, adjusts the regulated 20-volt de supply. The
voltage between anchor terminal 507 and ground
should be set to within 5% of 20 volts.
4.3.3 ADJUSTMENT OF 11-:IE DURATION OF THE
FIRST-COUNTING-UNIT INPUT PULSE. Apply a 220kc signal to the INPUT terminals. Adjust the duration
of the input pulse with the small ceramic trimmer
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~--~TY~P~E~l~lS~O-~A~D~I~G~I~T~A=L~F~R~E~Q~U~E~N~C~Y-=M=E~T=E=R---------------------------capacitor, C203, located on the horizontally mounted
program board. Set C203 to the middle of the range
for which the instrument properly indicates 220 kc.
This adjustment is not critical.
4.3.4 ALIGNMENT OF THE TIME-BASE DIVIDER
BOARD. The time-base divider board (Type 11504040) consists of five RC oscillators, which are locked
to each other in chain fashion and which divide the
100-kc crystal-oscillator signal for the 10-,1-, and
0.1-cps outputs. The oscillators are carefully aligned
at the factory and should not be adjusted unless there
is a positive indication of error in division ratio. An
error in oscillator alignment will be indicated by an
incorrect reading when the Type 1150-A is operated
with the CHECK switch in the position further out
from the panel. The adjusting potentiometer and unijunction transistor associated with each_oscillator
arelistedin Table 4-1 and identified in Figure 4-1.
In Figure 4-1 the transistors have been removed
from their sockets.
To adjust the oscillators, adjust the trimming
potentiometers to their free-running frequencies
(refer to Table 4-1) with an instrument such as the
General Radio Type 1130-A Digital Time and Frequency Meter. The oscillator is made free-running
when the unijunction transistor of the next higher
divider is unplugged. The 2.5-kc oscillator is made
free-running when the TIME BASE switch is set to
EXT.
4.4 TROUBLE-SHOOTING PROCEDURE.
The simplest method oi locating a malfunction
within the instrument is to observe the indicator readings and the COUNTING lamp while operating the
panel controls. Section 3, Principles of Operation,
and Figure 3-1, the block diagram, will help determine which circuits are used for the various positions of the panel controls. The schematic diagrams,
parts lists, part-locating drawings, voltage tables,
and waveforms are given at the end of this section.
The unijunction transistors installed at the
factory have been selected for proper temperature
coefficient and have been color-coded with their
corresponding sockets. Be sure that the unijunction
transistors supplied are not interchanged in the oscillators. An unselected unijunction transistor should
operate satisfactorily for the range of temperatures
encountered in most installations.
An error in the dividers can be observed with
an oscilloscope or frequency meter by comparing
the input and output pulse repetition rates.
CAUTION
When trouble-shooting, be careful to
avoid short-circuits, between components and chassis, connectors, etc. In
some cases, even a momentary shortcircuit can destroy a transistor.
Table 4-2 (page 16) lists possible failures and
their probable causes.
TABLE 4-1
Unijunction
Transistor
14
Division
Ratio
Adjustment
Potentiometer
Locked
Output
Frequency
Unlocked
(Free-Running)
Period
Q401
40:1
R401
2.5 kc
405 j.lSeC
Q403
25:1
R408
100 cps
10.2 msec
Q405
10:1
R414
10 cps
105 msec
Q407
10:1
R427
1 cps
1.05 sec
Q409
10:1
R428
0.1 cps
10.5 sec
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
TABLE 4-2
Symptom
Probable Cause
Procedure
Note
Indicator lamp s do not
light and fan do es not operate.
Open fuse.
Check fuses and replace
any that are burned out.
COUNTING lamp operates
properly, but one indicator
does not display a number.
Burned-out indicator lamp.
Replace the burned-out
lamp (refer to paragraph
4.2.1).
Frequency indi cation is in
error and no count is displayed for self- check operation.
No external 100- kc signal
is applied with the TIME
BASE switch set to EXT.
Set the TIME BASE switch
to INT.
COUNTING lam p does not
light except for MANUAL
setting of COUNT lNG TIME
switch.
Loss of time-base divider
pulses.
Check for proper waveforms in time-base divider board (see Figure 4-9)·
COUNTING lamp does not
light for any setting of
COUNTING TIM E switch.
Failure in main-gate flipflop and lamp-driver circuits.
Check for proper waveforms and in program control board voltages (see
Figure 4-5).
COUNTING lamp does not
light, but instrum ent makes
correct measur ements.
Failure in lamp-driver circuits or burned-out lamp
in COUNTING indicator.
Refer to Figure 4-5.
Instrument makes one
sequence of ope rations each
time the RESET button is
pressed, but wi 11 not measure automatica lly.
Failure of display-time generator and/or time-base
gate flip-flop.
Check for proper waveforms and voltages at Q212
and associated components
(see Figure 4-5).
COUNTING lam p operates
properly, but no count is
registered.
Failure in input amplifier,
Schmitt circuit, or main
gate.
Check for proper waveforms and voltages, Figures 4-5 and 4-6.
Indicators do not reset to
zero and do not register a
count when the COUNTING
lamp is off.
Failure in reset-pulse generator.
Check de voltages at resetpulse and clear-pulse output
terminals (A.T. 209 and
A.T.208).
Counting starts automatically, but immediately
stops.
Abnormally short counting
interval often caused when
reset-pulse generator
triggers on noise.
Check width of transfer
pulse to the first counting
unit (refer to paragraph
4.3.3).
If the first countin g-unit transfer-
Indicator displays have
noticeably higher intensity
than usual, and measurements are inco rrect
Shorted regulating transistor, Q501.
Measure collector-toemitter voltage across
Q501. It should be between 2 and 9 volts, depending on the line voltage.
Bt- will be 25 or 30 volts if Q501
is shorted.
If the applied input signal has a
frequency considerably higher
than the 220- kc m aximum rating,
more than one bulb may light,
causing a power-s upply overload.
If this condition pe rsists for more
than a few seconds , a fuse may
open.
pulse width is set i mproperly, it
may light more tha none lamp in
the first indicator and this multiple state may prop agate to the
following units. The resulting
overload on the power supply
causes its regulate d voltage to
drop. This change in supply
voltage can cause t he reset generator to produce a reset pulse.
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16
PARTS LISTS AND SCHEMATICS
On the following pages appear parts lists, schematic diagrams, voltage tables, waveforms
and etched-board layouts, which should prove helpful in trouble-shooting. These data are
a"anged by circuit as follows:
Circuit
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Type
Pages
1150-A Block Diagram and Interior View
1150-4020 Program Control Circuit •
1150-4030 Input Amplifier Circuit
1150-4040 Time-Base Divider Circuit
1150-4050 Power Supply and Oscillator Circuits
1150-D1 220-kc Ring Counting Unit
1150-D2 30-kc Ring Counting Unit
1150-A Interconnection Diagram • •
19
20, 21
23
25
26, 27
• 28, 29
30, 31
32
NOTES FOR PARTS LISTS
Type designations for resistors and capacitors are as follows:
COA · Capacitor,
COC • Capacitor,
COE • Capacitor,
COM • Capacitor,
COP • Capacitor,
COT • Capacitor,
air
ceramic
electrolytic
mica
plastic
trimmer
POSW • Potentiometer, wire-wound
REC • Resistor, composition
REF • Resistor, film
REPR ·Resistor, precision
REW • Resistor, wire-wound
Resistors J1 watt unless otherwise specified.
All resistances are in ohms, unless otherwise indicated by k (kilohms) or M (megohms).
All capacitances are in picofarads, unless otherwise indicated by pf (microfarads).
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R401
Q401
2.5-kc
OSCILLATOR
TP401
R408
Q403
100-cps
OSCILLATOR
R414
Q405
TP40
10-cps
OSCILLATOR
R427--~~...i.l
Q407
TP404
1.0 -cps
OSCILLATOR
0.1-cps
OSCILLATOR
R428
Q409
- - - - --1
=-·
- - ·-..
TP405------~~~~~~~
Figure 4- 1. Time-base divider etched board used in the Digital Frequency Meter.
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T501
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, TYPE
1150-4020
PROGRAM
CONTROL
-v.--·
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TYPE 1150-D2
RING COUNTING UNITS
TYPE 1150-4050 POWER
SUPPLY AND OSCILLATOR
· TYPE 1150-DI
RING COUNTING UNIT
TYPE 1150-4040 TIME
BASE DIVIDER
TYPE 1150-4030
INPUT A.MPLIFIER
TYPE 1150-A BLOCK DIAGRAM AND INTERIOR VIEW
5 NUMERIK
INPUT
AMPLIFIER
ETCHED BOARD
300 SERIES
COMPONENTS
GATING
SIGNAL
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COMPLIMENTARY
INPUT
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POWER
SUPPLY AND
REGULATON
0501, 0502,
0503, 0504,
I
PROGRAM BOARD,
SERIES COMPONENTS
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100 kc
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_t_.:.:_RESET
TIME BASE
TIME BASE
GATE
GATE
f-----4---l
FLIP-FLOP
GATING
0206
0210,0211
~~----'SIGNAL
--------
-,
1oo-kc
CRYSTAL
OSCILLATOR
AND
AMPLIFIER
0505, 0506
0507
TIME BASE
0.1 SEC
DIVIDER
1
ETCHED BOARDI-;--.:...:::SE:::.:C::...._o
400 SERIES
10 SEC
COMPONENTS
MANUAL o
DISPLAY
TIME
GENERATOR
0212
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~TIME
I POWER SUPPLY 8 OSCILLATOR BOARd
500 SERIES COMPONENTS_
L _
-~
RESET PULSE
GENERATOR
AND
AMPLIFIER
0213, 0214,
0215, 0216
MAIN
GATE
FLIP-FLOP
0207, 020B
100 kc
RESET BUSSES
CHECK
~00
INDICATORS TYPE IND-300
J
Figure 4-2. Block diagram of the Type 1150-A
Digital Frequency Meter.
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DISPLAY
TIME
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COUNTING
TIME
0.1, I, OR
10 SEC
TIME BASE
(A.T. 206)
DISPLAY
TIME
0.5 TO
5 SEC
RESET TIME
3m SEC
+(0 TO 10) SEC
L
+4--~
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0--
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15 TO 20J.I SEC
+4--]\__
MAIN GATE
TRIGGERS
(0206 COLLECTOR)
0
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+2--.1\.,
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5p SEC
MAIN GATE
(0207 COLLECTOR)
~
COUNTING TIME
+19=rl_
TIME BASE GATE
FLIP-FLOP
(0211 COLLECTOR)
+ 1.5
DISPLAY TIME
GENERAWR
(0212 EMITTER)
+10=:/1_
+1.5
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f4-o.l
------------...J
DISPLAY TIME
PLUS 3m SEC
---------.J'
DISPLAY TIME
0.5 TO 5 SEC
+8---"
RESET TRIGGER
(0212 BASE ONE)
+0.5 ____ ,_~
RESET GENERATOR
+30~
(0213 BASE)
o----le--+4
--------------------'
;::::j 14m SEC
+19
14-o-1
--------------'
3m SEC
RESET
GENERATOR OUT
(0214 COLLECTOR)
SET ZERO OUT
(0215 EMITTER)
+19JL
+7
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3m SEC
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3m
SEC
RESET PULSE OUT
(0216 EMITTER)
·~~::l_j
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3m SEC
20
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PRE-AMP OUTPUT
(0201 BASEl
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0.25-VOLT SINE WAVE IN
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5-VOLT SINE WAVE IN
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45-VOLT SINE WAVE IN
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SCHMITT OUTPUT
(0202 COLLECTOR)
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PULSE SHAPER IN
(0203 BASE)
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(0205 COLLECTOR)
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Transistor
(Type)
Terminal
6.0
11.8
5.5
Q209
(TR -18/2N1302)
E
B
18.9
19.0
20.0
E
B
12.5
13.0
0
Q210
(TR-8/2N1372)
E
B
19.2
19.0
19.0
E
B
19.3
19.2
19.2
Q211
(TR-8/2N1372)
E
B
c
19.2
19.8
1.5
Q204
(TR -19/2N1303)
E
B
19.2
18.9
19.1
Q212
(TR-26/2N1671B)
E
B1
B2
1.5
0
20.0
Q205
(TR-19/2N1303)
E
B
19.1
19.2
0
Q213
(TR-8/2N1372)
E
B
19.2
19.0
19.0
Q206
(TR -19/2N1303)
E
B
0
1.5
0
Q214
(TR-8/2NI372)
E
B
19.2
19.9
7.0
E
19.2
19.6
5.0
Q215
(TR-8/2N1372)
B
19.2
19.0
19.0
Q216
(TR-8/2N1372)
B
Transistor
(Type)
Terminal
Q201
(TR -19/2N1303)
E
B
Q202
(TR -19/2N1303)
Q203
(TR-27/2N1499A)
Q207
(TR-8/2N1372)
Q208
(TR-8/2N1372)
c
c
c
c
c
c
B
c
E
B
c
De Volts
to Ground
Conditions of Measurement:
COUNTING TIME control set to MANUAL.
CHECK switch in position closer to the panel.
START-STOP switch in position farther out from the panel.
Operate RESET switch to give a display of 00000.
c
c
c
c
E
c
E
c
De Volts
to Ground
15.0
14.5
14.9
14.9
19.0
0
0
0
L.
Figure 4-·5. Program control etched board.
CAPACITORS
RESISTORS
R201
R202
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R208
R209
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R216
R217
R218
R219
R220
R221
R222
R223
R224
R225
R226
R227
R228
R229
R230
R231
R232
R233
R234
R235
R236
R237
R238
R239
R240
R241
R242
R243
R244
2.4 k
2.2 k
820 n
2.4 k
820 n
51 k
5.1 k
3.9 k
4.7 k
510 n
1k
4.7 k
1k
2.2 k
2.2 k
13 k
13 k
1k
1k
l.Sk
2.2 k
200 n
4.3 k
4.3 k
24 k
24 k
l.Sk
2.7 k
6.8k
100 k
2.7 k
510 n
47 n
4.3 k
24 k
l.Sk
24 k
2.2 k
2.4 k
2.7 k
75 n
150 n
300 n
1k
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±20%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
2w
1/2 w
1/2 w
REC· 20BF(242B)
REC- 20BF(222B)
REC-20BF(821B)
REC-20BF(242B)
REC-20BF(821B)
REC-20BF(513B)
REC-20BF(512B)
REC- 20BF(392B)
REC-20BF(472B)
REC- 20BF(Sll B)
REC- 20BF(1 02B)
REC- 20BF(472B)
REC- 20BF(l02B)
REC- 20BF(222B)
REC- 20BF(222B)
REC-20BF(l33B)
REC-20BF(133B)
REC- 20BF(102B)
REC- 20BF(102B)
REC- 20BF(152B)
REC- 20BF(2 22B)
REC- 20BF(201B)
REC- 20BF( 432B)
REC- 20BF( 432B)
REC- 20BF(243B)
REC- 20BF(243B)
REC-20BF(152B)
REC- 20BF(27 2B)
REC- 20BF( 682B)
1150-0400
REC- 20BF(272B)
REC-20BF(511B)
REC-20BF(470B)
REC- 20BF( 432B)
REC- 20BF(243B)
REC-20BF(152B)
REC- 20BF(243B)
REC-20BF(222B)
REC- 20BF(242B)
REC- 20BF(272B)
REC- 20BF(7 SOB)
REW- 3C(151B)
REC-20BF(301B)
REC-20BF(102B)
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
C209
C210
C211
C212
C213
C214
C215
C216
C217
C218
0.0022 fJf
68 pf
8-50 pf
820 pf
820 pf
0.0033 fll
0.0033 fll
470 pf
820 pf
820 pf
820 pf
820 pf
60 1-'f
820 pf
0.22 1-'f
0.0033 fJf
0.1 iJf
470 pf
±10%
±5%
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
+100-10%
±10%
±20%
±10%
±20%
±10%
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
25 dcwv
500 dcwv
25 dcwv
500 dcwv
25 dcwv
500 dcwv
COC-62(222C)
COM-22D(680B)
COT-29-4
COC-62(821C)
COC-62(821C)
COC-62(332C)
COC-62(332C)
COC-62(471C)
COC-62(821C)
COC-62(821C)
COC-62(821C)
COC-62(821C)
COE-47
COC-62(821C)
COC-4(2240)
COC-62(332C)
COC-4(1040)
COC-62(471C)
DIODES
CR201
CR202, CR203
CR204
CR205
2RED1016/1N645
2RED1006/1Nll 8A
2RED1016/1N645
2REZ1006/1N753A
TRANSISTORS
Q201
Q202
Q203
Q204
Q205
Q206
Q207
Q208
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-27/2N1499A
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-8/2N1372
TR-8/2N1372
P201
S201
S202
S203
Pilot Light
Switch
Switch
Switch
Q209
Q210
Q211
Q212
Q213
Q214
Q215
Q216
TR-18/2N1302
TR-8/2N1372
TR-8/2N1372
TR-26/2N1671B
TR-8/2N1372
TR-8/2N1372
TR-8/2N1372
TR-8/2N1372
MISCELLANEOUS
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SWRW-3120
SWP-22
SWP-.23
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R302
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RESISTORS
R301
R302
R303
R304
R305
R306
R307
R308
R309
100 k
13 k
7.5 k
6.2 k
43 k
4.3 k
4.7 k
470 n
5.1 k
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1 /2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
REC-20BF(104B)
REC-20BF(133B)
REC-20BF(752B)
REC-20BF(622B)
REC-20BF(433B)
REC- 20BF( 432B)
REC-20BF(472B)
REC - 20BF(471B)
REC-20BF(512B)
Q3m
(TR-21/2N338)
CAPACITORS
C301
C302
C303
C304
0.1 fjf +80-20%
200 fJf
40 fjf
40 fjf
Q301
TR- 21/2N338
50 dcwv
6 dcwv
6 dcwv
6 dcwv
COC-63-3
COE-44
COE-54
COE-54
TRANSISTORS
II Q302 TR- 23/2N520A
MISCELLANEOUS
J301
J302
J303
S301
S0301
Jack
Jack
Jack
Switch
Socket
BP-10, 1
BP-10, 13/32
CDSJ- 20
SWP-22
CDMS-38, 18
Transistor
(Type)
Tenninal
E
B
c
Q302
(TR-23/2N520A)
E
B
c
Conditions of Measurement:
No input signal.
De Volts
to Ground
&7
6.9
15.4
15.5
15.4
11.8
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Figure 4·9. Time-base divider etched board.
RESISTORS
R401 5k
±10%
R402 18.2 k ±1%
R403 18.2 k ±1%
R404 47 n ±10%
R405 Selected ± 10%
R406 22 n ±10%
R407 2.4 k ±5%
R408 5k
±10%
R409 10 k
±1%
R410 475 k ±1%
R411 47 n ±5%
R412 20 n ±5%
±5%
R413 1 k
±10%
R414 5k
R415 10 k
±1%
R416 432 k ±1%
R417 47 n ±5%
R418 20 n ±5%
R419 100 n ±5%
R420 i k
±5%
R421 5k
±10%
R422 10 k
±1%
R423 432 k ±1%
R424 47 n ±5%
R425 10 n ±5%
R426 100 n ±5%
0.3 w
0.3 w
2w
2w
2w
1/2 w
0.3 w
1/4 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
0.3 w
1/4 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
0.3 w
1/4 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
RESISTORS (Cont)
POSW ·7(502C)
REPR·22(1822A)
REPR -22(1822A)
REW -3C(470C)
REW-3C
REW -3C(220C)
REC-20BF(242B)
POSW-7
REPR -22(103A)
REF-6-2(4753A)
REC- 20BF( 470B)
REC- 20BF(200B)
REC- 20 BF(102B)
POSW-7(502C)
REPR-22(103A)
REF-65(4323A)
REC -20BF (470B)
REC-20BF(200B)
REC-20BF(101B)
REC-20BF(102B)
POSW-7(502C)
REPR -22(103A)
REF-65(4323A)
REC-20BF(470B)
REC-20BF(100B)
REC-20BF(101B)
1k
±5%
±10%
±1%
±1%
±5%
±5%
1/2 w REC-20BF(102B)
POSW -7(502C)
0.3 w REPR -22(103A)
1/2 w REF -70(9533A)
1/2 w REC-20BF(470B)
1/2 w REC - 20BF(047B)
R427
R428
R429
R430
R431
R432
5k
10 k
953 k
47 n
4.7 n
C401
C402
C403
C404
C405
0.02 fll
0.02 1-lf
0.22 1-lf
2.2 1-lf
10 !Jf
Q40l
Q402
Q403
Q404
Q405
TR-26/2Nl671B
TR -4/2N1304
TR-26/2N1671B
TR-4/2N1304
TR-26/2N1671B
S0401
Socket
CAPACITORS
±1%
300 dcwv
±1% 300 dcwv
±10% 100 dcwv
±10% 100 dcwv
±10% 150 dcwv
1150-0410
1150-0410
COP-24(2 24C)
COP-24(225C)
ll50-0420
TRANSISTORS
Q406
Q407
Q408
Q409
MISCELLANEOUS
CDMS-34, 18
TR-4/2N1304
TR-26/2Nl671B
TR -4/2N1304
TR-26/2N1671B
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(Type)
Terminal
Q401' Q403, Q405,
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E
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c
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7.0
0
20.0
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19.5
Conditions of Measurement:
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Transistor
(Type)
Terminal
Q501
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E
B
26.5
26.4
20.0
E
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26.4
25.6
20.0
E
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11.9
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11.9
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Q502
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Q503
(TR-4/2N1304)
Q504
(TR-4/2N1304)
Q505
(TR-5/2N1305)
Q506
(TR-4/2N1304)
Q507
(TR-24/2N1308)
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
De Volts
to Ground
Conditions of Measurement:
TIME BASE switch set to INT.
COUNTING TIME control set to
MANUAL.
CHECK switch to position closer
to the panel.
START-STOP switch to position
farther out from panel.
Operate RESET switch to give a
display of 00000.
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Power supply and oscillator etched board.
RESISTORS
R501
R502
R503
R504
R505
R506
R507
R508
R509
R510
R511
R512
R513
R514
R515
R516
R517
R518
R519
R520
R521
R522
R523
R525
R526
R527
0.47 n
200 n
1k
4.7 k
2.2 k
1.2k
1k
3.9 k
1k
2k
1.5k
2.7 k
3.3 k
7.5 k
24 k
2.2 k
3. 3 k
24 k
1k
330 k
1k
1k
2.2 k
100 k
470
lOOk
C501
C502
C503
C504
C505
C506
3000 f}f
0.01 f}f
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6.8 fJf
487 pf
6 -1 00 pf
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2w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
0.3 w
±10%
±1%
±5%
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1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
±10%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
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±5%
±5%
CAPACITORS (Cont}
REW -3C(0047C)
REC-20BF(201B)
REC-20BF(102B)
REC - 20BF(472B)
REC- 20BF(222B)
REC- 20BF(122B)
REC-20BF(102B)
REC-20BF(392B)
REPR-22(102A)
POSW-7(202C)
REPR-22(152A)
REC- 20BF(272B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(752B)
REC- 20BF(243B)
REC- 20BF(222B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC- 20BF(243B)
REC- 20BF(102B)
REC- 20BF(334B)
REC-20BF(l02B)
REC- 20BF(102B)
REC-20BF(222B)
REC-20BF(l04B)
REC-20BF(471B)
REC-20BF(104B)
C507
C508
C509
C510
C511
C512
C513
C514
27 pf
0.001 f}f
0.1 fJ{
0.1 fJ{
0.01 fJ{
0.01 f}f
1 f}f
0.1 fJ{
±5%
±2%
+80-20%
+80- 20%
±20%
±20%
±20%
+80-20%
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
50 dcwv
50 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
25 dcwv
50 dcwv
COM-220(270B)
COM-5E(102A1)
COC-63-3(1040)
COC-63-3(1040)
COC-62(1030)
COC-62(1030)
COC-4(1050)
COC-63-3(1040)
DIODES
2RE1005/1N3660
2RED1016/1N645
2REZ1013/1N941
2RED1006/1Nll8A
CR501, CR502
CR503
CR504
CR505, CR506
TRANSISTORS
Q501
Q502
Q503
Q504
TR-22/2N1907
TR-25/2N1991
TR-4/2N1304
TR - 4/2N1304
Q505
Q506
Q507
TR -5/2N1305
TR- 4/2N1304
TR-24/2N1308
FUSES
ll5v:
F501
F502
0.6 a
0.6 a
FUF-1
FUF-1
11230 v:
F501 0.3 a
F502 0.3 a
FUF-1
FUF-1
CAPACITORS.
+100-10%
±20%
±20%
±20%
±2%
30 dcwv
500 dcwv
500 dcwv
35 dcwv
500 dcwv
1150-0440
COC-62(1030)
COC-62(1030)
COE-61(6850)
COM-5E(4870Al)
COA-4-2
MISCELLANEOUS
J501
J502
M501
PL501
Jack
Jack
Motor
Plug
COSJ-24
COSJ-24
M00-23
COPP-10
S501
S502
T501
X501
Switch
Switch
Transformer
Crystal and
Oven
SWT-333
SWT- 16
0485-4013
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Ql02
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Ql04, Ql06, Ql08,
QllO, Qll2, Qll4,
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Q103, Ql05, Q107,
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Transistor
(Type)
Ql20
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B
Ql21
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19.9
3.0
0
0.5
0
Conditions of Measurement:
No input signal.
Operate RESET switch to give a
display of "0".
YELLOW PAIAIT EDGE
ID£NTIFICHT/ON
Figure 4-13. 220-kc ring counting unit etched board.
RESISTORS
R101
R102
Rl03
R104
Rl05
Rl06
R107
R108
Rl09
RllO
R111
Rll2
R113
Rl14
Rll5
Rll6
Rll7
Rll8
Rll9
Rl20
R121
Rl22
Rl 23
Rl 24
R125
R126
Rl27
Rl28
R129
Rl30
R131
Rl32
R133
R134
Rl35
R136
Rl37
R138
R139
R140
R141
Rl42
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
6SO
4.3 k
2.7 k
680
4.3 k
2.7 k
820
4.3 k
2.7 k
5.1 k
5600
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1 /2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1 /2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
lw
l/4w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
l/4w
1/4 w
CAPACITORS
REC-208F(6808)
REC-208F(4328)
REC- 208F(2728)
REC- 208F( 6808)
REC-208F(4328)
REC- 208F(2728)
REC-208F(6808)
REC-20BF(4328)
REC- 20BF(2728)
REC -20BF(6808)
REC- 208F(4328)
REC-208F(272B)
REC- 20BF(680B)
REC- 20BF(432B)
REC - 208F(272B)
REC - 20BF(680B)
REC-208F(4328)
REC- 20BF(2728)
REC- 20BF( 6808)
REC-208F(432B)
REC- 20BF(2728)
REC-208F(6808)
REC- 208F( 4328)
REC -208F(2728)
REC-208F(6808)
REC- 20BF( 4328)
REC-208F(2728)
REC- 208F(8208)
REC- 208F( 4328)
REC - 208F(2728)
REC- 208F(5128)
REC-308F(561C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
REC-98F(331C)
C101
C102
Cl03
Cl04
Cl05
Cl06
Cl07
Cl08
C109
CllO
Clll
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
820
IJf
fJf
fJf
fJf
fJf
fJf
fJf
fJf
fJf
fJf
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dCWv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(102C)
COC-62(821C)
DIODES
CRIOl
2RED1006/1Nll8A
CR102, CR103,}
CR104,
CR106,
CR108,
CRllO,
CR105,
CR107,
CR109,
CRill
2RED1016/1N645
TRANSISTORS
Q101
Q102
Ql03
Ql04
Ql05
Ql06
Q107
Q108
Ql09
QllO
Qlll
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19 /2Nl303
TR-19 /2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR -19 /2Nl303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2Nl303
Q112
Q113
Q114
Q115
Q116
Q117
Q118
Q119
Q120
Ql21
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-28/MM-487
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(Type)
Q101
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Q103, Ql05, Q107,
Q109, Q111, Qll3,
Qll5, Ql17, Qll9
(TR -19/2N1303)
L ___ _
Q104, Ql06, Q108,
QllO, Ql12, Qll4,
Q116, Qll8
(TR -19/2N1303)
L _ __
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4
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0~;-0- ~OLLECTOR
E
B
c
E
B
c
E
B
c
E
B
c
Ql20
(TR -19/2N1303)
B
Q121
(TR-18/2N1302)
B
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( : ; ; I FOR 0102, 104, 106 .... 120 EMITTERS
+14.6 FOR 0101,103 .... 119 EMITTERS
Terminal
E
c
E
c
De Volts
to Ground
14.6
15.0
14.0
14.1
14.0
14.0
19.9
19.8
19.9
19.9
19.9
0
19.9
19.9
3.0
0
0.5
0
Conditions of Measurement:
No input signal.
Operate RESET switch to give a
display of "0"
II!ED PAINT EDGE I
IDENTIFIC'ATION
Figure 4-15. 30-_kc ring counting unit etched board.
RESISTORS
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R108
R109
RllO
Rll1
Rll2
Rll3
Rll4
Rll5
Rll6
Rll7
Rll8
Rll9
R120
Rl21
R122
R123
R124
R125
R126
Rl27
R128
Rl29
R130
Rl31
R132
Rl33
R134
Rl35
Rl36
Rl37
R138
Rl39
Rl40
Rl41
Rl42
68 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3. 3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3. 3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
68 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
82 n
4.3 k
3.3 k
5.1 k
560 n
330 n
330 n
330 Q
330 Q
330 Q
330 n
330 n
330 Q
330 n
330 n
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1/2 w
1w
1/4 w
1 /4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
1/4 w
CAPACITORS
REC-20BF(680B)
REC- 20BF( 432B)
REC- 20BF(332B)
REC-20B'F(680B)
REC-20BF(432B)
REC- 20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(680B)
REC-20BF(432B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC- 20BF(680B)
REC-20BF(432B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(680B)
REC-20BF(432B)
REC- 20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(680B)
REC-20BF(432B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(680B)
REC- 20BF(432B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(680B)
REC-20BF(432B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC- 20BF(680B)
REC- 20BF( 432B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(820B)
REC- 20BF(432B)
REC-20BF(332B)
REC-20BF(512B)
REC-30BF(561C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC - 9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
REC-9BF(331C)
C101
C102
C103
C104
Cl05
C106
C107
C108
C109
CllO
Cll1
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0022
0.0033
fJf
1-Lf
1-Lf
fJf
fJf
1-Lf
fJf
1-Lf
fJf
1-Lf
fJf
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
±10%
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
dcwv
COC-62(222C)
COC-62(222C)
COC-62(222C)
COC - 62(222C)
COC-62(222C)
COC- 62(222C)
COC-62(222C)
COC-62(222C)
COC-62(222C)
COC-62(222C)
COC-62(332C)
DIODE
CR102
thru
CRill
Q101
Q102
Ql03
Ql04
Q105
Q106
Q107
Q108
Q109
QllO
Qll1
S0102
S0103
S0104
SOlOS
2RED1016/1N645
TRANSISTORS
TR -19 /2N1303
TR-19 /2N1303
TR - 19 /2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR -19 /2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR -19 /2Nl303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
Socket
Socket
Socket
Socket
Qll2
Q113
Qll4
QllS
Qll6
Q117
Qll8
Qll9
Q120
Q121
MISCELLANEOUS
CDMS-38, 18
CDMS-38, 18
CDMS-38, 18
CDMS-38, 18
TR-19/2Nl303
TR-19/2Nl303
TR - 19 /2Nl303
TR -1 9 /2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR - 19/2N1303
TR - 19 /2N1303
TR -19 /2N1303
TR-19/2N1303
TR-18/2Nl302
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IN
GENERAL
WEST
RADIO
CONCORD,
COMPANY
MASSACHUSETTS*
Mission 6-7400
EMerson 9-4400
5 ALE 5
OFFICES
ENGINEERING
METROPOLITAN
NEW YORK*
Broad Avenue at Linden
Ridgefield, New Jersey
Telephone N.Y. WOrth 4-2722
N.J. WHitney 3-3140
SYRACUSE
Pickard Building
East Molloy Road
Syracuse 11, New York
Telephone GLenview 4-9323
PHILADELPHIA
1150 York Road
Abington, Pennsylvania
Telephone TUrner 7-8486
Philo., HAncock 4-7419
WASHINGTON*
and BALTIMORE
Rockville Pike at Wall Lane
Rockville, Maryland
Telephone 946-1600
CHICAGO*
6605 West North Avenue
Oak Park, Illinois
Telephone VIllage 8-9400
CLEVELAND
5579 Pearl Road
Cleveland 29, Ohio
Telephone 886-0150
LOS
ANGELES*
1000 North Seward Street
Los Angeles 38, California
Telephone HOllywood 9-6201
SAN
FRANCISCO
1186 Los Altos Avenue
Los Altos, California
Telephone WHitecliff 8-8233
DALLAS
2501-A West Mockingbird Lane
Dallas 35, Texas
Telephone FLeetwood 7-4031
TORONTO*
ORLANDO
113 East Colonial Drive
Orlando, Florida
Telephone GArden 5-4671
99 Floral Parkway
Toronto 15, Ontario, Canada
Telephone CHerry 7-2171
MONTREAL
• Repair services are available at these offices.
BRANCH
Office 395 1255 Laird Boulevard
Town of Mount Royal, Quebec, Canada
Telephone 737-3673
General Radio Company (Overseas), Zurich, Switzerland
Representatives in Principal Overseas Countries
Printed in USA
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