HP (Hewlett-Packard) 16500B user manual

User manual for the device HP (Hewlett-Packard) 16500B

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Packard's former test and measurement, semiconductor products and chemical analysis
businesses are now part of Agilent Technologies. We have made no changes to this
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Service Guide Publication number 16500-97011 First edition, August 1994 For Safety information, Warranties, and Regulatory information, see the pages at the end of the book. ª Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 1987 – 1994 All Rights Reserved. HP 16500B/16501A Logic Analysis System

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HP 16500B/16501A Logic Analysis System The HP 16500B is the mainframe of the Logic Analysis System, and the HP 16501A is the expansion frame. The HP 16500B/16501A is of modular structure using plug-in cards with a wide range of data acquisition and stimulus capabilities. Features Some of the main features of the HP 16500B/16501A are as follows: • Modular mainframe with five card slots • Expansion frame, which expands the total system card slots to ten • Touchscreen user interface • 86 Mbyte har

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The HP 16500B Logic Analysis System iii

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In This Book This book is the service guide for the HP 16500B/16501A Logic Analysis System and is divided into eight chapters. Chapter 1 contains information about the instrument and includes accessories for the instrument, specifications and characteristics of the instrument, and a list of the equipment required for servicing the instrument. Chapter 2 tells how to prepare the instrument for use. Chapter 3 gives instructions on how to test the performance of the instrument. Chapter 4 contains

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Contents 1 General Information Accessories 1–2 Specifications 1–3 Characteristics 1–3 Recommended Test Equipment 1–6 2 Preparing for Use To inspect the logic analysis system 2–2 To apply power 2–3 To operate the user interface 2–3 To set the line voltage 2–4 To degauss the display 2–5 To clean the logic analysis system 2–5 To test the logic analysis system 2–5 To install modules 2–6 To install the HP 16500L interface module 2–7 To connect the HP 16501A Expansion Frame 2–9 To connect an external

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Contents 6 Replacing Assemblies To remove and replace the Optional modules or filler panels 6–3 Covers 6–4 Flexible disk drive 6–5 Power supply 6–6 Rear fan 6–8 Side fan 6–9 HP 16500L interface module 6–10 Hard disk drive 6–12 Microprocessor board (CPU) 6–13 SIMM memory 6–14 Expansion interface board 6–15 Mother board 6–16 Front-panel board 6–18 Color display assembly 6–19 To return assemblies 6–22 7 Replaceable Parts Replaceable Parts Ordering 7–2 Replaceable Parts List Description 7–3 HP 1650

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1 Accessories 1–2 Specifications 1–3 Characteristics 1–3 Recommended Test Equipment 1–6 General Information

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General Information This chapter lists the accessories, the specifications and characteristics, and the recommended test equipment. Accessories The following accessories are supplied with the HP 16500B/16501A Logic Analysis System. Accessories Supplied Qty Training Kit 1 Setting Up The System Guide 1 User’s Reference 1 Programming Reference 1 Service Guide 1 RS-232C Loopback Connector 1 Power cord 1 Disk pouch containing backup composite software 1 Feeling Comfortable With Logic Analyzers 1 Fee

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General Information Specifications Specifications The specifications are the performance standards against which the product is tested. There are no specifications for the HP 16500B or the HP 16501A. Characteristics These characteristics are not specifications, but are included as additional information. The following characteristics are typical for the HP 16500B/16501A system. Hard Disk Drive Capacity 86 Mbyte unformatted; Formatted as a Microsoft DOS disk drive IDE Interface Bus. Flexible Di

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General Information Characteristics Time Interval Accuracy Between Modules Equals the sum of the channel-to-channel time interval accuracies of each module used in the measurement, for a deskewed measurement. Time Correlation Resolution 2 ns (500 MHz). Operating Temperature Environment Instrument 0 C to 50 C (+32 F to 122 F). Disk Media 10 C to 40 C (+50 F to 104 F). Probes and Cables 0 C to 65 C (+32 F to 149 F). Humidity Instrument up to 95% relative humi

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General Information Characteristics Dimensions Refer to the following figure for dimensional detail. Dimensional Detail 1–5

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General Information Recommended Test Equipment Recommended Test Equipment Equipment Required * Equipment Critical Specifications Recommended Use Model/Part Oscilloscope 100 MHz Bandwidth HP 54600A T Voltmeter HP 3478A T RS-232C Loopback HP Part Number T Connector 01650-63202 *A = Adjustment P = Performance Tests T = Troubleshooting 1–6

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2 To inspect the logic analysis system 2–2 To apply power 2–3 To operate the user interface 2–3 To set the line voltage 2–4 To degauss the display 2–5 To clean the logic analysis system 2–5 To test the logic analysis system 2–5 To install modules 2–6 To install the HP 16500L interface module 2–7 To connect the HP 16501A Expansion Frame 2–9 To connect an external monitor 2–10 Preparing for Use

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Preparing For Use This chapter gives you instructions for preparing the logic analysis system for use. Power Requirements The logic analysis system mainframe requires a power source of either 115 Vac or 230 Vac, –22 % to +10 %, single phase, 48 to 66 Hz, 475 W maximum power. The logic analysis system expansion frame requires a power source of either 115 Vac or 230 Vac, –22 % to +10 %, single phase, 48 to 66 Hz, 420 W maximum power. Operating Environment The operating environment is listed in ch

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Preparing for Use To apply power 2 Check the supplied accessories. Accessories supplied with the logic analysis system are listed in "Accessories" in chapter 1. 3 Inspect the product for physical damage. Check the logic analysis system and the supplied accessories for obvious physical or mechanical defects. If you find any defects, contact your nearest Hewlett-Packard Sales Office. Arrangements for repair or replacement are made, at Hewlett-Packard’s option, without waiting for a claim settlem

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Preparing for Use To set the line voltage To set the line voltage When shipped from HP, the line voltage selector is set and an appropriate fuse is installed for operating the instrument in the country of destination. To operate the instrument from a power source other than the one set, perform the following steps. 1 Turn the front panel power switch to the STBY position, then turn the power switch to the Off position. Remove the power cord from the instrument. 2 Replace the main fuse with a 5

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Preparing for Use To degauss the display To degauss the display • If the mainframe has been subjected to strong magnetic fields, the CRT might become magnetized and display data might become distorted. To correct this condition, degauss the CRT with a conventional, external-television-type degaussing coil. To clean the logic analysis system • With the instrument turned off and unplugged, use mild soap and water to clean the front and cabinet of the system. Harsh soap might damage the water-bas

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Preparing for Use To install modules To install modules The following steps give general instructions for installing modules into the mainframe or the expansion frame of the system. Electrostatic discharge can damage electronic components. Use grounded wriststraps and CAUTION mats when performing any service to modules. 1 Turn off the frame power switch, then unplug the power cord. Disconnect any input or output connections. 2 Plan your module configuration. Refer to the manuals of individual

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Preparing for Use To install the HP 16500L interface module To install the HP 16500L interface module The HP 16500L interface module is required to connect the HP 16501A Expansion Frame to the HP 16500B mainframe. Hazardous voltages exist on the power supply, the CRT, and the CRT driver board of the WARNING HP 16500B mainframe. To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the power from the instrument before performing the following procedures. After disconnecting the power, wait at least six minute


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