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Model 465A
2-1. I NTRODUCTIO N.
2-2. This section contains information and instructions
necessary for the installation and shipping of the
Model 465A Amplifier. Includedare initial inspection
procedures,
power and grounding
installation information, and instructions for repack­
aging for shipment.
2-3. I NITIAL I NSPECTIO N.
2-4. This instrument was carefully inspected both
mechanically and electrically before shipment.
should be physically free of mars or scratches and be
in perfect electrical order upon receipt. To confirm
this, the instrument should be inspected for physical
damage in transit. Also check for supplied accessories,
and test the electrical performance of the instrument
using the procedure outlined in Paragraph 5-5.
there is damage or deficiency, see the warranty on
the inside front cover of this manual.

2-5. POWER REQUIREMENTS.

2-6.
TheMode1465AAmplifier canbe operated from
any source of 115 or 230 volts (±10%), 50-1000 cps.
With the instrument disconnected from the ac power
source, move the slide switch (located on the rear
panel) until desired line voltage appears.
dissipation is 10 watts maximum.
2-7. GROU NDING REQUIREMENTS.
2-8. To protect operating personnel, the National
Electrical Manufacturers
mends that the instrument panel and cabinet be
grounded. All Hewlett-Packard instruments are equip­
ped with a three-pronged conductor cable which, when
plugged into an appropriate receptacle, grounds the
instrument. The offset pin on the power cable three­
prong connector is the ground wire.
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requirements,
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Power
Association (NEMA) recom­
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2-9. To preserve the protection feature when
operating the instruments from a two-contact outlet,
use a three-prong adapter and connect the green pig­
tail on the adapter to ground.

2-10. INSTAllATION.

2-11. The Model 465A is fully transistorized.
special cooling is required; however, the instrument
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2-12. BENCH MOUNTING.

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2-13. The Model 465A is shipped with plastic feet
and tilt stand in place, ready for use as a bench
instrument.

2-14. RACK MOUNTING.

2-15. The Model 465A may be rack mounted by
using an adapter frame (-hp- Part No. 5060-0797).
The adapter frame is a rack frame that accepts any
combination of submodular
mounted only.
For additional information, address
inquiries to your -hp- Sales and Service Office (see
Appendix B for office locations).

2-16. COMBINATION MOUNTING.

2-17.
The Model 465A may be mounted in combination
with other submodular units by using a Combining
Case (-hp- Model 1l051A, 1l052A, or both, depending
on depth). The Combining Case is a full- module uni t
which accepts various combinations of submodular
units.
Being a full-module unit, it can be bench or
rack mounted and is analogous to any full-module
instrument.
Section II
Paragraphs 2-1 to 2-17
where the ambient temperature
units.
It can be rack
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