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HP 16501A LOGIC Service Manual

HP 16501A LOGIC Service Manual (144 pages)

Logic Analysis System  
Brand: HP | Category: Digital meters | Size: 14.41 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction9................................................................................................................................................................
Instruments Covered by This Manual9................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Considerations10................................................................................................................................................................
Product Description10................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories Supplied10................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories Available11................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Characteristics11................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Test Equipment11................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensional Detail14................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Inspection17................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Disk Installation17................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements17................................................................................................................................................................
Line Voltage Selection17................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cable18................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord Configurations19................................................................................................................................................................
User Interface20................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16500A User Interface Devices20................................................................................................................................................................
HP-IB Interfacing21................................................................................................................................................................
HP-IB Address Selection21................................................................................................................................................................
HP-IB Interface Connector21................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Menu22................................................................................................................................................................
HP-IB Configuration Menu22................................................................................................................................................................
HP-IB Configuration with Keypad23................................................................................................................................................................
HP-IB Interface Functions24................................................................................................................................................................
RS-232C Interface24................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16500A HP-IB Functions24................................................................................................................................................................
RS-232C Signal Definitions25................................................................................................................................................................
Baud Rate Selection26................................................................................................................................................................
RS-232C Configuration Menu26................................................................................................................................................................
Baud Rate Pop-Up Menu27................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Degaussing the Display28................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Environment28................................................................................................................................................................
Storage and Shipment28................................................................................................................................................................
Packaging28................................................................................................................................................................
Tagging for Service28................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Requirements28................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16501A Expansion Frame Installation29................................................................................................................................................................
Endplate Overlap30................................................................................................................................................................
Adjustment Test Patterns37................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing the Test System37................................................................................................................................................................
Loading the Test System38................................................................................................................................................................
Test System Configuration38................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Mainframe Test Menu39................................................................................................................................................................
Mainframe Test Menu39................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting the Test Patterns40................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Mainframe Test System40................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Test System Configuration41................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration41................................................................................................................................................................
Color Display Module Adjustments42................................................................................................................................................................
CRT Module Adjustment Flow Diagram43................................................................................................................................................................
PIN AMP Adjustment44................................................................................................................................................................
Bottom Rail Removal45................................................................................................................................................................
PIN PHASE Adjustment46................................................................................................................................................................
Purity Magnet Centering48................................................................................................................................................................
Purity Magnet Adjustment Raster49................................................................................................................................................................
Landing and Purity Adjustment Guide50................................................................................................................................................................
Static Convergence51................................................................................................................................................................
Y BOW Adjustment52................................................................................................................................................................
Y BOW CROSS Adjustment52................................................................................................................................................................
V.STAT TOP Adjustment53................................................................................................................................................................
V.STAT BOTTOM Adjustment53................................................................................................................................................................
H.AMP Adjustment54................................................................................................................................................................
H.TILT Adjustment54................................................................................................................................................................
Abbreviations56................................................................................................................................................................
Replaceable Parts List56................................................................................................................................................................
Exchange Assemblies56................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Information56................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Designator and Abbreviations59................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16500A Replaceable Parts61................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16501A Assembly Parts65................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16501A Replaceable Parts66................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16501A Chassis Parts67................................................................................................................................................................
Service Test Equipment Required70................................................................................................................................................................
Theory of Operation70................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16500A/16501A System Overview71................................................................................................................................................................
Microprocessor Block Diagram73................................................................................................................................................................
Power- Up Tests75................................................................................................................................................................
Mainframe Tests77................................................................................................................................................................
Loading the Test System Software78................................................................................................................................................................
All System Test80................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting the Color Display Patterns81................................................................................................................................................................
ROM Test Screen82................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing the Single or Repetitive Mode83................................................................................................................................................................
ROM Test with Test Results83................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting the Mainframe Test System84................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting Test Configuration84................................................................................................................................................................
Reloading the Mainframe System85................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting88................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 189................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 290................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 391................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 3 (continued)92................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 493................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 594................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 695................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 796................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 897................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 998................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 1099................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 11100................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Flowchart 12101................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Pin Numbers103................................................................................................................................................................
Color Module to Microprocessor Cable104................................................................................................................................................................
Horizontal and Vertical Sync Signals104................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Check106................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Voltages107................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Pins108................................................................................................................................................................
HP 1651B Format Menu110................................................................................................................................................................
Probe Tip Connections110................................................................................................................................................................
Expander Test Screen111................................................................................................................................................................
HP 1651B Test Screen112................................................................................................................................................................
Repair115................................................................................................................................................................
Replaceable Assemblies115................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required116................................................................................................................................................................
Cover Removal116................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Replacement117................................................................................................................................................................
Mother Board Replacement119................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Fan Replacement121................................................................................................................................................................
Side Fan Replacement123................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Disk Drive Replacement125................................................................................................................................................................
Front Disk Drive Replacement127................................................................................................................................................................
Microprocessor Board Replacement129................................................................................................................................................................
Front-Panel Board Replacement131................................................................................................................................................................
Color Display Module Replacement133................................................................................................................................................................
Color Display Module Removal134................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Parts136................................................................................................................................................................
Color Display Module Installation138................................................................................................................................................................
Expansion Interface Board Replacement139................................................................................................................................................................
Mainframe Interface Board Replacement141................................................................................................................................................................
HP 16501A LOGIC User's Manual

HP 16501A LOGIC User's Manual (130 pages)

Hewlett-Packard Computer Accessories User Manual  
Brand: HP | Category: Computer Accessories | Size: 0.73 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
To store and time the execution of a subroutine13................................................................................................................................................................
To trigger on the nth iteration of a loop15................................................................................................................................................................
To trigger on the nth recursive call of a recursive function16................................................................................................................................................................
To trigger on entry to a function18................................................................................................................................................................
To capture a write of known bad data to a particular variable20................................................................................................................................................................
To trigger on a loop that occasionally runs too long21................................................................................................................................................................
To verify that all stacks and registers are restored correctly before exiting a subroutine22................................................................................................................................................................
To trigger after all status bus lines finish transitioning23................................................................................................................................................................
To find the nth assertion of a chip select line24................................................................................................................................................................
To verify that the chip select line of a memory chip is strobed after the address is stable25................................................................................................................................................................
To trigger when expected data does not appear on the data bus from a remote device when requested26................................................................................................................................................................
To test minimum and maximum pulse limits28................................................................................................................................................................
To detect a handshake violation30................................................................................................................................................................
To detect bus contention31................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-Arming Trigger Examples32................................................................................................................................................................
To examine software execution when a timing violation occurs33................................................................................................................................................................
To look at control and status signals during execution of a routine34................................................................................................................................................................
Intermodule Measurement Examples38................................................................................................................................................................
To set up a group run of modules within the HP 16500C38................................................................................................................................................................
To start a group run of modules from an external trigger source40................................................................................................................................................................
To start an external instrument on command from a module within the HP 16500 and 16501 mainframe42................................................................................................................................................................
To see the status of a module within an intermodule measurement44................................................................................................................................................................
To see time correlation of each module within an intermodule measurement46................................................................................................................................................................
To use a timing analyzer to detect a glitch48................................................................................................................................................................
To capture the waveform of a glitch49................................................................................................................................................................
an interrupt50................................................................................................................................................................
To test a circuit using stimulus-response51................................................................................................................................................................
To use a state analyzer to trigger timing analysis of a count-down on a set of data lines52................................................................................................................................................................
To monitor the activity of two coprocessors in a target system53................................................................................................................................................................
Special displays55................................................................................................................................................................
To interleave trace lists56................................................................................................................................................................
To view trace lists and waveforms together on the same display58................................................................................................................................................................
Skew Adjustment60................................................................................................................................................................
To adjust for minimum skew between two modules involved in an intermodule measurement61................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Files Using the Flexible Disk Drive65................................................................................................................................................................
To save a measurement configuration66................................................................................................................................................................
To load a measurement configuration68................................................................................................................................................................
To save a trace list in ASCII format70................................................................................................................................................................
To save a menu or measurement as a graphic image72................................................................................................................................................................
To load system software74................................................................................................................................................................
Using the LAN Interface75................................................................................................................................................................
To transfer data files from the HP 16500C system to your computer78................................................................................................................................................................
To transfer graphics files from the HP 16500C system to your computer80................................................................................................................................................................
The Trigger Sequencer83................................................................................................................................................................
The Inverse Assembler90................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Translation for Analyzer Modules93................................................................................................................................................................
Analyzer Problems99................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent data errors99................................................................................................................................................................
Unwanted triggers99................................................................................................................................................................
No Setup/Hold field on format screen100................................................................................................................................................................
No activity on activity indicators100................................................................................................................................................................
Capacitive loading100................................................................................................................................................................
No trace list display101................................................................................................................................................................
Preprocessor Problems102................................................................................................................................................................
Target system will not boot up102................................................................................................................................................................
Slow clock103................................................................................................................................................................
Erratic trace measurements103................................................................................................................................................................
Inverse Assembler Problems105................................................................................................................................................................
No inverse assembly or incorrect inverse assembly105................................................................................................................................................................
Inverse assembler will not load or run106................................................................................................................................................................
Intermodule Measurement Problems107................................................................................................................................................................
An event wasn't captured by one of the modules107................................................................................................................................................................
Messages108................................................................................................................................................................
Default Calibration Factors Loaded" (HP 16540, 16541, and 16542)108................................................................................................................................................................
Inverse Assembler Not Found"108................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Initialization Error"109................................................................................................................................................................
No Configuration File Loaded"110................................................................................................................................................................
Selected File is Incompatible"110................................................................................................................................................................
Slow or Missing Clock"110................................................................................................................................................................
State Clock Violates Overdrive Specification"111................................................................................................................................................................
Time from Arm Greater Than 41.93 ms"111................................................................................................................................................................
Waiting for Trigger"112................................................................................................................................................................