inspection, installation, storage, and shipping.
scratches, dents, or other defects. Also check the cushioning
materials for signs of severe stress.
The electrical performance of the instrument should be
verified upon receipt.
incoming inspection, are presented in Section V.
If the instrument is damaged in transit, or fails to meet
specifications upon receipt, follow procedures as outlined in
2-11. If the instrument is to be stored for a period of time, the
disposable pen should be removed and the upper part of the
carriage arm and pen carriage tied to the side of the instrument
to prevent damage during handling. Seal the instrument in a
moisture-proof covering and repackage in a container similar to
the original factory carton.
INSPECTION AND INSTALLATION
Performance checks, suitable for
2-13. The following precautions should be taken when
repackaging the recorder:
a. Remove disposable inkpen. Tape a piece of heavy
recording paper to Autogrip table surface.
b. Secure upper end of carriage arm and pen carriage to
side of recorder to prevent movement while in transit with
shipping clamp and pad assembly (Part No. 5080-7834).
c. If recorder is being returned for repair, do not send
power cord or accessory kit.
d. Wrap instrument in heavy paper or plastic and
surround with three to four inches of shock-absorbing material
to cushion and prevent movement inside shipping container.
The container should be sufficiently durable to prevent damage
to instrument during handling.
2-14. RECORDER INSTALLATION
2-15. This recorder requires no physical installation for table
top operation. The accessory wing brackets provided allow
installation on standard 19-inch rack console if desired. To
install, refer to Figure 2-1.
2-17. Cooling is provided by convection.
mounting of the instrument must ensure adequate air
2-18. STACKING H-P INSTRUMENTS
2-19. The 7035B is equipped with special feet which allow it to
be stacked on other H-P instruments. Figure 2-2 shows the
7035B stacked on a 7560A and a 3300A. The rear tilt stand
provides easy viewing of the chart.
The location or