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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Tektronix, Inc.
P-0. Box 500
Beaverton. Oregon 97077 Serial Number

070-3888-00 First Printing JUN 1981
Product Group 75 Revised AUG 1982
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Sohn Martin 94-540 3:.' t Juno 25, 1991
TO
Frank Gray, SO-PAT
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GIDEP permit request
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Group Pat&t Coun&al
MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
Date: 7-8-8 1. Change `Reference: Cl/781
DC5009 Manual Part No.: 070-3888-OO-

UESCRIPTION
-1-1'1-1 -,...,,,,.,,,
",..,.,




All references to the SA 501 in
this manual now apply to the
067-l 090-00 Signature Analyzer.
MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
-TED To
fxJxuENcE Date: 11-X-81 Change Reference: C4/1181
'rnduct: -., DC 5009 ,~"_- Manual Part No.: O70-3888~JJL
DESCRIPTION
_..,.- ,- ,,,_-


CHANGE `To:
Fij;. 8-5 SETUP CONDITIONS
Change SA CLOCK TP 1302 to a falling edge (1).


Fi,g. 8-6 SETUP CONDITIONS
ChanCe SA CLOCK TP 1302 to a rising edge (I).




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MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATlON
cMM*rlFo
ToEXCELLENa
Date: l-15-82 ChangeReference: CSllR2
?roduct : ----,- -..,.,, 5009 UNIVERSAL COUNTER/TIMER
DC - 070-3888-00
"---..",---,.-- Manual Part No.:
DESCIUPTION

IIFF ALL SN

TEXT CHANGES
Page 1.-3 Table 1-2, ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristic: Trigger Levels, Accuracy
CHANGE: Supplemental Information to read:
i45 mV f40uV/oC referenced to 25OC. (Typical)
Cf 15 mv t4ouv/oc at front panel connectors.]
Actual triggering voltage is subject to changes
in input, signal to noise ratio and risetime.
See resolution and accuracy statements.

Pay,c l-4 Table 1-2 (cant)
Ch:irxcteristic: Trigger Levels (cant)
Trigger Level Output Accuracy
CHANGF: Performance Rcquircments to read:

Within ?30 mV of internal DC . . .
Page 4-4 4. Check the CHANNELA TRIGGERLFVEL Output Accuracy; ?lO mV
of Internal DC Trigger Level Voltage
CILANGG: +lO mV to read: t30 mv

Page 4-5 g. CHECK-that the digital multimeter readout indicates
between -.OlO and +.OlO V.
CIIANGE: -.OlO ad +.010 V to read: -.030 and +.030--V


P,agc 4-5 i. CHECK-that the digital multimeter readout indicates
between L.010 and +.OlO V.
CWANGE: -.OlO and f.O1O V to read: -.030 and +.030 V




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MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
cmmNrTEOX)EXCELLENC
Date: 10-19-81 ChangeReferencr: M44h33
P,-~~I~,~~,: DC 509_-and DC 5009 -. Manual Part No.: see below

DESCRIPTION
-_ ,.,,
- .
UC 509 (070-3464-00)
DC 5009 (070-3888-00)
EFF SN ~020408 (DC 509 nnd DC 5009)

TFXT CORRECTIONS
Pn$!,c 3-l 1 Change the secmd paragraph for Rca,r Interface Signals to read:

The meirsurement GATE signal to the rear interface is via
P1410-4 (J1410-4). The microprocessor interprets the reset
i.nput from ~1321F to pin 33 of U1332 as the electrical
equivalent of the front pmel MEASUREMENT RESET pushbutton.

l?aj::e 5-8 (DC 509)
F%g. 5-9
Page 5-Y (DC 5009)
Change: Measurement To Read: Measurement
Gate Out --
Gate Out


Prigc 5-9 (UC 509) Pin 28R
Page 5-10 (DC 5009)

CHANCETO WAD:
Pin 2811. Me;isurement Gate Out--This line is in the low
state durrng the current measurement process
and is capable of driving one LS TTL load. The
gate duration is dependent on the input signal.
frequency and the AVERAGESselected.




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DESCRIPTION


CONTROL LOGIC AND MEMORY - Partial




Paw 2 of 2
MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
-TOE-KX Date: j-25-52 Change Reference: Mb5587 RIT"J
Product:DC5009 UNIVERSAL COUNTZA/TIMh3 Manual Part No.: 070-9388-00

DESCRIPTION

EFF SN B021120


REPLACEABLEELECTRICAL PARTS AND SCHEMATICCHANGES

CHANGETo:
Al6 670-6855-01 DIGITAL BOARD
A16R120j jl5-0433-CO RES.,FXD, CMPSN: 4% OHM, 5%, 0.25W

ADD:
A16R1204 jl5-0104-00 RES,,FXD, CMPSN: lOOK OHM, 5%. 0.25W




DIAGRAM MICROPROCESSOR,
CONTROLIL)GIC AND MilMORY- Partial
0
DESCRIPTION




CHANGETo:
A14 670-6797-01
.AllrRljOl j15-0433-00 REs.,FXD, CMPSN: 4jK OHM,5%, 0.25w


ADD:
Al4RljO5 315-0104-00 RES.,FXD, C:WSN: lOOK OHM, 5%. 0.25W




DIAGRAM GPIB MICROPROCFSSOR,
M3lORY and CONTROLLER partial.
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2
-



3



4
MANUAL ,CHANGE INFORMATION
0tXCEuENCE j-26-82
,p,te: ChangeIleference: M45904REv
~r~,c,u~.`t: 5009 UNIVERSnL COUNT~/TIM.~~~_~~.,~~~
QQ Manual Part No.: Q7O--J888=on__

DESCRII'TION
-..-z.- -...~-

E:FFEC"'IVE SN:
DC 5009 B021120
Lc 5009-01 B021040
CHANGETO:
A12R1504 315..0474-00 RES.,FXD,CMPSN:5hOK OHM,5%,0.25W

ADD:
AlX1504 ~1-056'1-00 CAP.,FXD,CER DI: 0.01UF,10%,100~

MOVE:
Move connection of Cl521 to +5V3.

These changes are located on schematic /($.




DiEiFiH/J/KIL,


PHASE LrmEtl Low




CHANGETO:
Al2 670-6795-01 ANALOGCKT BOARDASSY (STANDARD)
Al2 67o-6854-01 ANAMG CKT BOhRDASSY (OPTION 01)

Page 1 of 1
MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
Date: 11/5/82 Change Reference: [email protected] REV
~>~<,<,~,~t: DC 509/DC 5009, DC 509 Opt 01/1X 5009 Opt OIMa,,ualpert~o.: See Below

DESCRIPTION
-
EFF SN: DC 509 (070-3464-00) B021580 (Std.)/B021610 (Opt. 01)
DC 5009 (070-3888-00) RO21130 (Std.)/B021250 (Opt. 01)



REPLACEABLEEL.ECTRICALPARTS R SCHEMATICCHANGES

CHANGETO:
A 1P 670-6795-02 CKT BOARDASSY: ANALOG (Standard Only)
A1 2 670-6854-02 CKT BOARDASSY: ANALOG (Option 01 Onlyi


REMOVE:
AlX1503 281-0786-00 CAP.,FXD,CER DI: 150PF,10%,100V
A7;'01502 151-0190-00 TRANSISTOR: SILICON,NPN
Al;!R1501 315-0103-00 RES.,FXD,CMPSN: IOK OHM,5%,0.25W
Al;'R1505 315-0393-00 RES.,FXD,CMPSN: 39K OHM,5%,0.25W
Al%H1510 315-0512-00 RES.,FXD,CMPSN: 5.1K OHM,5%,0.25W
AlZR1517 315-0102-00 RES.,FXD,CMPSN: 1K OHM,5%,0.25W
Al?Rl518 315-0102-00 RES.,FXD,CMPSN: IK OHM,5%,0.25W
Al;IR1519 315-0332-00 RES.,FXD,CMPSN: 3.3K OHM,5%,0.25W
A1;'lJ1501 156-1126-00 MICROCIRCUIT,LI: VOLTAGECOMPARATOR



176-0122-00 WIRE,ELECTRICAL: 22 AWCBARE


PARTIAL. [email protected] TIME BASE, 1OOMHz I'LL & NOISE GENERATOR




Paae 1 of 1
MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
CoLurrrDTo
EXaLl.EHXDate: 3-29-83 ChangeReference: n 4Qw7 (REV)
'roduct: DC ManualPart No.:
mm
DESCRIPTION

EFF. SN: mm
REASON CHANGE: To aeewe compatibility with the DP 501, improve GPIB operat-
FOR
ing characteristics, and stabilize the display over the full
operating temperature range for the instrument.
REPLACEABLE
ELECTRICALPARTS
&SCRIMATICCHANGES
CHANGE:
Al4 FROM: 6'+67g+ol CKTBOARD
ASSY: GF'IB
TO: 670-6797-03 CKTBOARDASSY:BIB
AlZ(Std) FROM: 670-6795-02 CKT BoARDA%Y: ANAIBG
TO: 67Cb6795-03 CKTBOARD
ASSY:ANALOG
Al2copt Ol)Fl?Ok!: 670-6854-02 CKTBOARDASSY:ANAIDG
To: 670-6854-03 CKTBOARD
ASSY:ANAIM;
~16 F-KM: 670-6855-01 CKTBOARD
ASSY:DIGITAL
TO: 67CMi855-02 CKTBOARD
ASSY: DIGITAL
Al4Rl301 FROM: 315-0433-00 REs,FXD,CMPSN:
43K,O.25W,5%
TO: 315-0333-00 RES,F'QCWPSN: 33K,O.25W.5%
Al4Rl305 FROM: 315-0104-00
RES,FXD,CMPSN:lOOK,0.25W,5~~(REF:H45537)
To: 3156753-00
Rl?S,FXD,CHPSN:75K,0.25Wq5s
Al4UllO2 FRO&!: 160-1091~MICROCIRCDIT,DI: 4096 x 8 l!ROkl,PRGM
To: 160-1091-02
IIICROCIRCUIT,DI: 4096 x 8 MRCM,PRGM
Al4u1201 FRC+l: 160-1092-00 HICROCIRCUIT,DI: 4096 x 8 IIRO&PE(B(
TO: 160-1092-02 MICROCIRCUIT,DI: 4096 I 8 IIRoM,PROYI
~16~~1221 FROM: 152-oo7l-00 SEXICONDDEVICE: GERklANIUM,l5V,4oMA
TOI 152-0322-00 SMICONDDEVICE: SIG,SCRoTTKy
~16~~312 mn: 160-1076-01 MICROCIRC~JIT,DIZ
4096 x 8 klT?OH,PRGH
To: 160-1076-02 UCROCIRCDIT,DI: 4096 x 8 HROM,PRoH
ADD: TOTREAlZClCI'BOARD:
a4-0982-00 CONTACT,EIXzGROUNDING
(See Illuetration Pg.41

Al4 is the GPIB BOARD is shown on Diagram 1
and , the location of Al4UuOl.
Al4U1102, Al4Rl301, and Al4Rl305. 0
-

JlllCl c
4
,111*1-
.- ,111~1
-
1 ,I>ICI.C
.ll
5 @ Ilttl-1*-
,

Al2 is the ANALOG BOARDshown Wagram 6
on , the board on which theme" spti
&ield ha.e been in&&led. 0
Page 1 of 7
Product: Date: 15 Feb. 1983 ChangeReference:

DESCRIPTION


~16 ia the DIGITAL BOARD
nhoun on Magram , the loCation of ~l6~~31.2
and ~6~~~221.

KERNEL
SIGNATURE
ANALYSIS
Add Table 53 to Page 5-15 of the DC 5009 Wmual (O?Q-m-C0).


s4gnctun
vcmlon*
Aaecmbly VWClOll VCHlOn
ROM PO.1 f 1.2
Al4 GPIB 67&6?9?-01 670579743
UllO2 16&1091-00 160-1091-02
u1201 16&1082+00 16&1092-02

Al6 Digital 670-6855+01 67W355-02
Ul312 160-107601 180-107602




TIIC internal signatures a~ nho~n ia Np. 8-5, Fig 8-6, & Ng. 8-7 are not
affected by these changes.


Chauðe caption under the KERNEtSIGNATURE ANALYSIS(DIGITAL BOARD) read:
to
Ng. 8-8~. Kernel signature aualjeis (IKgital board). F 0.1 Version.

Add the follotig Kernel Sigaatuve Analysis charts to the M: 5009 Wanrul.
Page 3 of 7
Product: DC 5009 Date: J&&b-U& Change
Reference:
H
DESCRIPTION


PC5009
Version F 1.2




Plool




L
*v SIcMTmE - 7ssu

KERNEL SICNATLRE U(ALVSIS ICPIB mAno1.




Page 4 of 7
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,./c-2.
DESCRIPI-ION




Pagb *-1 faft band column, paragraph two!
FRCW To enart instrumtnt accuracy, chtck the calibration er-
try K)(x, hourt of operation or at a aini*ru of every nix
mntht If uted infrsqutntly.
m: To tmntrt lnttrumtnt accuracy, check the calibration ev-
sry too0 hours of operation or at a adnimumof once wtry
year if wed infrequently.

Page 1-f Table l-2, FLECTEICAL
CEWRAClXFUSTICS

Characteribticr Trigger Ltvtle, Aocuracy, Supltmnttl IoforaPtion

$15 mV %0 pV/*C referenced to as"C. (Typictl)
35 mv 2 2 mV/*C rtftrtnctd to WC. (Typical)
+ mv z 2 N/V
45 at front panel catmctort.
Actual triggerlag voltage it tubjtct to chtngts
i&input tipal to noitt ratio and riaetims.
See rttolutlw and accuracy sttttmt&
Product: x 5009. @Z5009-01 Date:15 Feb. 1983 Change
Reference: U 49902
nFCPRIPTION



Al2ANAIDGBOARDCHANGES

REASON CHANGE2To sake Events B during A and Ratio B/A vork properly
lX?R
when CR B Input frequency is below approximtely 200 Hz.
REPLACEPIBLE
ELECTRICAL
PARTS SC-TIC
& CHANGES
ADD:
Al2Rl426 315-0122-00 RES,FXD,CNF'SNr1.X. 5%. 0.25W
AlZRl427 315-051l-00 RES,F'XD,Ci'fPSN: OIM, 5%. 0.2!jw
510

R1426 (1.2K resistor) ia installed betvetn Pin 3 of Ul42l and the lover end
of R1433 (another 1.2K resistor). See partial echematic below.
Rl427 (510 Obm resistor) is installed from Pin 3 of Ul421 and the upper end
of Cl441 (a 0.1 cap off the base of Ql433). See partial schematic below.

PARTIALSCHEXATIC 3
0 GATING,ARMING,& SYNCHRONIZERS:
MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
@ktmnke To
-m ExcxuP*I Datez
&2>83
Change Reference: M45763
Product. DC5009 UNIVERSAL COUNTwTIME;R Manual~art No.: O70-78=Oo

96
-.,~, DESCRlFWON PG


KFFWTIVE SERIAL NUMBER: E&1720, (~041760 for Option Ok)
CHANGE TO: (New mechanical package)
A16 6%685~04 CKT BOAR0ASSY: DIGITAL
Al2 67b679F05 CKT BOARDAssY: ANALOG (STANDER)
Al2 670-6854-05 CKT BOARDASSY: ANALOG(OPTION 01)
The following items refer to the Replaceable Mechanical Pa& List;
Fig Ei Part No. Description
Index No.
l-1,1-2 337-3039-00 SHIELD,ELEC: SIDE
1-12 366-1851-01 KNOA,TCITCH
1-21 105.-0866-m LATCH,RETAINING: PLWEIN
1-23 10~086~rn BARJATCH: -EASE
l-19 333-1857-00 PANEL,mONT,ASSY: DC5009
l-31 337-313F0O SHIELD,EIEC: SW-PANEL
1-32 zx%-4910-00 SWPORTJRAHE: REAR
l-98 42&072%24 FRAM,SECT: TOP
1-99 426-0724-25 FR.MZ,S?XT: BOI"I'OM
-(2) 1050932-Do LATCH,PANEL: SIDE
'(2) 21~0201-00 TEREC,LUG:O.l2'ID,LOCKINS
l (1) 211-002500 SCRzd: 4-40 x 0.375 L
l (3) 211-0101-00 sc93!4: 4-40 x 0.250 L
l (1) 214-514500 SPRIh`G: LATCH
`(2) 214-3364-00 FASTNER,LATCH: SIDE
l New item.
rank MANUAL
I)atc: 4-15-84
CHANGE INFORMATION
ChangeReference: Cl110484
i%nua~ Part No.: `J70-3888-`JO~--
DESCRIPTION
----- ,.-,.,,..,,. -.
,,, PE 76 ~,,,,X,_


CHANGETO:

Al4 670-6797-04 CKT BOARDASSY: FPIB

The new 670-6797-04 is identical to the 670-6797-03 except it does
not include 111102 (160-1091-02) or U1201 (160-1092-02). These parts
mu:;t he ordered separately.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Psge Page

LIST OF lLLUSTRATlONS .................... iv

OPERATORS SAFETY SUMMARY ............. " THE FOLLOWlNG SERRVICIMG lNSTR"CTlDMS ARE FOR
USE BY QUALIFIED PERSONNAL ONLY. TO *Vm PER-
SERVICE SAFETY SUMMARY ................. vii SONAL INJURY, DO NOT PERFORM ANY SERVICING
OTHER THAN THAT CONTAINED IN OPERATING
lNSTR"CTlONS UNLESS YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO
DO so.
Section 1 SPECIFICATION Section 3 THEORY OF OPERATION
Instrument Description l-l BLOCK DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION 3-i
IEEE 488 (GPIE) Function Capability 1.1 Introduction 3-l
Instrument Options i-2 Channel A and Channel B
Standard Accessories. I-2 Amplifiers. 3-i
Performance Conditions 1-2 Trigger Level and D-A Converters 3-1
Electrical Characteristics. 1-3 Gating, Arming and
Miscellaneous ,, l-9 Synchronizers 3-l
Environmental l-9 Time Base, 100 MHz PLL,
Physical Characteristics i-10 and Nois% Generator. 3-1
CH A and CH B Accumulators 3.2
Control Logic, and Memory. 3-2
Front Panel Keyboard and
Section 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Display Drive ,,, 3-2
INTRODUCTION 2-l Display. 3-2
PREPARATION FOR USE.. 2-1 Power Supplies.. 3.2
Front Panel Display, Controls, and GPIB Microprocessor, Memory,
connectors. 2.3 and Controller 3-2
OPERATORS FAMILIARIZATION 2.6 DETAILED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION 3.3
INTRODUCTION 2-6
INPUT CONSIDERATIONS.. 2.7
MEASUREMENT CONSIDER-
ATIONS 2.7
MEASUREMENT EXAMPLES.. 2.10
PROGRAMMING 2-15
INTRODUCTION 2-15
COMMANDS 2.17 3.7
FUNCTIONAL COMMAND LIST.. 2.17 Time Base, 100 MHz PLL and
DETAILED COMMAND LIST. 2-19
MESSAGES AND
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL.. 2.36
STATUS AND ERROR
REPORTING. 2.42
SENDING INTERFACE CONTROL
MESSAGES. 2.44
EXAMPLE PROGRAMS ".. 2.44
PROGRAMMING HINTS 2-45
DC 5009




TABLE OF CONTENTS (cant)
Page
Section 4 CALIBRATION Section 4 CALIBRATION (corn)
PERFORMANCE CHECK Preparation
PROCEDURE.. 4-l
lntroductlon 4-l
Calibration Interval. 4-l Accuracy : : :.
Services Available 4-l Adjust Standard Timebase
Test Equipment Required 4-l ACCuraCy.Cl602.
Preliminary Control Settings 4-3 Adjust Optional Timebase
Check Oscillator Frequency Accuracy, Y1531
(Standard) 4-3 Adjust R1102, Cl-l A
Check Time Ba$e Oscillator DAC GAIN 4-l 8
Frequency (Option 01). 4-3 Adjust CH B DAC GAIN, I
Check Trigger Level Range. 4.3 R1211 4-18
Check Channel A Trigger Level Adjust R1317. CHANNEL A
Output Accuracy 4-4 OFS...................... 4-l 9
I
Check Channel B Trigger Level Adlust R1323. CHANNEL B
Output Accuracy 4.5
Check Input Sensitivity
(DC & AC: 56.6 mV: 100 MHz) 4-5
Check Auto-Trigger Sensitivity 4-6 section 5 MAINTENANCE
Check Input Sensitivity Static-Sensitive Components. 5-1
(DC & AC; 113 mV: 135 MHZ) 4-6 Test Equipment ................ 5-l
Check Input Sensitivity Circuit Board Removal and
(DC & AC: 56.6 mV; 10 Hz) 4-7 Replacement. .................. 6-l
Check Arming Input Switch Maintenance. ............ 5-2
Pulse Response............ 4-9 Front Panel Latch Removal ....... 5.2
Check Input Impedance.. 4-l 0 Magnetic Latch Relays. .......... 5-2
Check Input Capacitance 4.10 Cleaning Instructions ............ 5-4
Check Probe Compensation Obtaining Replacement Parts. ..... 5.4
Function.................. 4.11 Ordering Parts ................. 5.4
Check Minimum Input Soldering Techniques. ........... 5-5
Pulse Width 4-12 Interconnecting Pins. ............ 5-5
Check Width A Range. 4-l 3 Square Pin Assemblies. .......... 5.5
Check Channel Delay Circuit Board Pins and Ferrules, 5-5
Mismatch. 4.14 Dual Entry Circuit Board Pin
Check EVENTS B DUR A Sockets ....................... 5-6
Minimum Response.. 4-14 Bottom Entry Circuit Board Pin
Check the GPIB Bus Through the Sockets. ...................... 6.6
Controller. 4-14 Multipin Connectors. ............ 5-6
REAR INTERFACE CHECKS.. 4-15 REAR INTERFACE CONNECTORS ... 5.8
Check CHANNEL A and Introduction. ................... 5-8
CHANNEL 6 Rear Interface input Functions Available at Rear
Frequency Range. 4-l 5 Connector (P1625). ............. 5-8
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE _. 4-17 GPIB Rear Interface Connector
Introduction
Test Equipment Required
4.17
4.17
(P1001). ......................
Functions Available at
5.10
I
Preliminary Control Settings 4-17 GPIB Connector ................ 5-10
0
1
ii @ I
TABLE OF CONTENTS (cant)
Page
Section 5 MAINTENANCE (cant)

GPIB SWITCH .................... 5-10
Setting the Address Switches ..... 5.10
Setting the Input/Output Message
Terminator Switch .............. 5-l 1
DIAGNOSTICS ................... 5-12
Introduction. ................... 5-12
Equipment Required. ............ 5-12
Adjustment and Test Point
Locations ..................... 5.12
Self Test. ..................... 5-12
TEST Function ................. 5-13
TROUBLESHOOTING .............. 5-13
SIGNATURE ANALYSIS ............ 5.13
Introduction. ................... 5-13
Internal Signature Analysis. ....... 5-13
Kernal Signature Analysis ........ 5-13

Section 6 OPTIONS
OPTION 01 ...................... 6-1

Section 7 REPLACEABLE ELECTRICAL PARTS

Section 8 DIAGRAMS AND ILLUSTRATIONS

Section 9 REPLACEABLE MECHANKAL PARTS
DC
5009

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Fig. Fig.
No. Page NO. Page R
DC 5009 Universal Counterflimer ....... viii 4-5 Check setup for Performance Check
2-1 Plug-in installation and removal ......... 2-2 step10 4-9
2-2 DC 5009 front panel display, controls, and 4-6 Check setup for Performance Check
connectors. .......................... 2-4 step14 4-12
2-3 Advantages in signal attenuation ........ 2.8 4.7 Check setup for Performance Check steps
2-4 Typical triggering levels and sources of trig- 16 and 17 4-14
gering errors ........................ 2-9 5-l Screw locations for GPIB circuit board re-
`2-5 Measurement examples for FREQUENCY A moval and digital circuit board remOval 52
or PERIOD A ........................ 2-10 5-2 Partial right view of instrument with cover re-
2-6 Measurement examples for WIDTH A and moved (pictoral). 5-3
TIME A-B ......................... 2-l 1 5-3 Method of removing magnetic latch relay ar-
2-7 Measurement example for synchronous in- mature. 54
put signals. .. ;. ..................... 2-i 1 5-4 Typical square pin assembly. 5-5
2-8 Measurement example, TIME A-B using 5-5 Exploded view of circuit board pin and 7
the ARM input. ...................... 2-12 ferrule 5-6
2-9 Examples of arming .................. 2-14 5-6 Dual entry circuit board pin socket. 5-6
2-10 Quick Command List .................. 2.16 5-7 Bottom entry circuit board pin socket 5-7
2-11 ASCII and IEEE 488 (GPIB) Code Chart 2-39 5-6 Orientation and disassembly of multipin con-
4.1 Check setup for Performance Check steps 3 nector 5-7
and11 ............................. 4.4 5.9 Rear interface connector assignments. 5-9
4-2 Check setup for Performance Check steps 4 5-10 GPIE rear interface connector c.
and 5 .............................. 4.4 assignments 5-10
4-3 Check setup for Performance Check steps 6, 5-l 1 Bus address and message terminator
7,and8 ............................ 4-5 switch 5-10 i
44 Check setup for Performance Check 5-12 Kernel Sianature Analvsis connections. 5-14
step 9 ............................. 4-a




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OPERATORS SAFETY SUMMARY

The general safety information in this part of the summary is Power Source
for both operating and servicing personnel. Specific
warnings and cautions will be found throughout the manual This product is intended to operate from a power module
where they apply, but may not appear in this summary. connected to a power Scurce that will not apply more than
250 volts rms between the supply conductors or between
either supply conductor and ground. A protective ground
connection by way of the grounding conductor in the power
TERMS cord is essential for safe operation.


In This Manual Grounding the Product
CAUTION statements identify conditions or practices that This product is grounded through the grounding conductor
could result in damage to the equipment or other property. of the power module power cord. To avoid electrical shock,
plug the power card into a properly wired receptacle before
connecting to the product input or output terminals. A prc-
WARNING Statements identify conditions or practices that tective ground connection by way of the grounding conduc-
could result in personal injury or loss of life. tor in the power module power cord is essential for safe
operation.

As Marked on Equipment
CAUTION indicates a personal injury hazard not immediate- Danger Arising From Loss of Ground
ly accessible as one reads the marking, or a hazard to prcp- Upon loss of the protective-ground connection, all accessi-
erty including the equipment itself, ble conductive parts (including knobs and controls that may
appear to be insulating) can render an electric shock.

DANGER indicates a personal injury hazard immediately ac-
cessible as one reads the marking. Use the Proper Fuse
To avoid fire hazard. use only the fuse of correct type, volt-
age rating and current rating as specified in the parts list for
SYMBOLS your product.

In This Manual Refer fuse replacement to qualified service personnel.
This symbol indicates where applicable
A cautionary or other information is to be found.
Do Not Operate in Explosive Atmospheres
To avoid explosion, do not operate this product in an explo-
As Marked on Equipment sive atmOSphere unleSs it has been specifically certified for
such operation.
% DANGER - High voltage.


@ Protective ground (earth) terminal,
Do Not Operate Without Covers
To avoid personal injury. do not operate this product with-
out covers or panels installed. Do not apply power to the
A ATTENTION - refer to manual. plug-in via a plug-in extender.
DC 5009




SERVICE SAFETY SUMMARY
FOR QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY

Refer also to the preceding Operators Safety Summary.



Do Not Service Alone Disconnect power before removing protective panels. sol-
dering, or replacing components.
Do not perform Internal service or adjustment of this prod-
uct unless another person capable of rendering first aid and
resuscitation is present.
Power Source
This product is intended to operate in a power module con-
Use Care When servicing With Power On nected to a power source that will not apply more than 250
volts rms between the supply conductors or between either
Dangerous voltages may exist at several points in this prod- supply conductor and ground. A protective ground connec-
uct. To avoid personal injury, do not touch exposed connec- tion by way of the grounding conductor in the power cord is
tions and components while power is on. essential for safe ooeration.




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Section 1 -DC 5009




SPECIFICATION
Instrument Description The standard is published by the Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers, Inc., 345 East 47th Street. New
The DC 5009 is a one-wide, Universal Counter/Timer
York, New York 10017.
plug-in. It features reciprocal frequency. period, events B
during A and Totalize measurements to 135 MHz. time in-
1 terval and widths features 10 ns single-shot resolution. for
timing measurements. For repetitive timing measurements,
averaging and pseudo-random time base modulation circuit-
ry provides increased accuracy over a wide range of input
signals.

The IEEE standard identifies the interface function reper-
The WC 5009 provides trigger level outputs at both the
toire of an instrument on the GPIB in terms of interface func-
front panel and rear interface for increased measurement tion subsets. The subsets are defined in the standard. The
Conveniewe. Shaped outputs and an arming input are indi-
subsets that apply to the DC 5009 are listed in Table l-1,
vidually available at either the front panel or the rear inter-
face. Both Channel A and Channel B may also be sourced
from either the front panel or the rear interface using the
front panel switch or remote control. The DC 5009 is GPIB programmable and allows any
manually selectable function or mode to be operated over
the GPIB bus. including all input conditioning COntrOlS.After
the DC 5009 is set to the remote state by a system control-
IEEE 488 (GPIB) Function Capability
ler, its operating modes and settings can be set and read by
The DC 5009 is programmable via the digital interface programming mnemonics sent to it in ASCII code over the
specified in IEEE Standard 488.1978. `Standard Digital In- bus. The instrument's settings may also be read while in the
terface for Programmable Instrumentation". In this manual. local state. The DC 5009 connects to the bus through a
the interface is commonly called the General Purpose Inter- GPIB-compatible connector on the TM 5000.Series power
face Bus (GPIB) module.




Table 1-i
IEEE 488 (GPIBI INTERFACE FUNCTION SUBSETS

Function Subset Capability
~s.="F :
Source Handshake SHI Complete.
Acceptor Handshake AH1 Complete.
Basic Talker T6 Responds to Serial Poll.
Basic Listener L4 Unlisten if My Talk Address (MTA) is received.
Service Request SRl Complete.
Remote-Local RLl Complete.
Parallel Poll PPO 00~s not respond to Parallel Poll.
Device Clear WCL Complete.
Device Trigger DTI Complete.
Controller co No controller function.
Specitlcation--DC 5009

Measurement results are displayed in an eight-dlgit LED
readout, with the decimal point automatically positioned.
The displayed oount overflow is indicated by a flashing dis- Refer to the tabbed Accessories page at the rear of
I
play. The counter also u$e$ three digits of the seven-seg- this manual for more information.
ment LED display to indicate internal or operating errcr
codes and two digits for external signal probe COtnpenSStiO~ I
results. Performance Conditions
The limits stated in the Performance Requirements WI- N
umn$ of the following tables am valid only if the DC 5009
The DC5009 oan be equipped with an optional. even
has beSn calibrated at an ambient WriVXratUre between
controlled. 10 MHz crystal oscillator to obtain a highly stable
and precise internal time base. +ZO"C and +30cC and is operatina at' an ambient tem-
perature between 0