MONITOR: OUTPUT METER indicates acceptable signal level to Counter
Set Counter controls as in 1 a and Video Amplifier SENSITIVITY to 3 'MV.
Set Oscillator to 100 kc and connect to Video Amplifier INPUT with 50-ohm termination.
Connect Voltmeter to 50 19 OUTPUT with 50-ohm feedthrough termination.
Adjust Oscillator output level for 420 mv on Voltmeter
Observe that OUTPUT LEVEL meter indicates at right edge of green portion of scale and Counter correctly
displays input frequency.
Observe that OUTPUT LEVEL meter indicates at left edge of green portion of scale and Counter correctly
displays input frequency.
ACCURACY: retains accuracy of Model 5243L or Model 5245L Electronic Counter.
Set Counter controls as in 1 a.
Set Oscillator frequency to 100 kc and connect to Video Amplifier INPUT.
Set Video Amplifier SENSITIVITY to 100 MV.
Connect Voltmeter to Oscillator output and set signal level to 100 mv.
Observe and record Counter display.
Set Counter SENSITIVITY to .1V. Disconnect Oscillator output from Video Amplifier INPUT and connect to
Counter AC SIGNAL INPUT.
Observe that Counter display corresponds with value recorded in step e.
50 Ω OUTPUT on front panel lor monitoring amplified signal to Counter or for driving external equipment
checked in 1 under BANDWIDTH specification check.
1 mv signal at Video Amplifier INPUT provides at least 100 mv at 50 Ω OUTPUT, checked in 2 under INPUT
SENSITIVITY specification check.
Maximum undistorted output is 300 my into 50-ohhm load, checked in 2 under INPUT SENSITIVITY
Set Video Amplifier SENSITIVITY to 100
MV. Adjust Oscillator output for 420 mv on Voltmeter.
OUTPUT LEVEL meter should indicate at
right edge of green scale. If not, adjust A4R13 for this
Adjust Oscillator output for OUTPUT LEVEL
indication at left edge of green scale. Voltmeter should
indicate not less than 100 mv.
TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR.
When operation or performance checks indicate
(Troubleshooting) for the more common indications of
trouble and checks to isolate the trouble.
trouble has been isolated to a particular assembly or
stage, voltage and resistance checks can be made to
TABLE 5-2. In-Cabinet Performance Checks (cont'd)
PRINTED CIRCUIT COMPONENT
Component lead holes in the Mode I 5261A
printed circuit boards have plated walls to ensure good
electrical contact between conductors on opposite sides
of the board. To prevent damage to this plating and to
the replacement component, apply heat sparingly and
work carefully. The following replacement procedure is
Remove defective component by applying
heat carefully to the component connection and lifting the
component from the board.
Melt solder in component lead holes. Use
clean dry soldering iron to remove excess solder. Clean
holes with toothpick or wooden splinter.
metal tool for cleaning. This may damage through-hole
Bend lead of replacement component to the
component lead holes. Using heat and solder sparingly,
Paragraphs 5-14 to 5-18
Do not use