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HP D A A repairs. Posted: Feb Tue 05, pm. What is option in this generator? The catalog is rather vague, but I assume it was needed to use the higher frequency RF units? I do not have the manuals on hand at present. OPT was the factory install of a B frequency extender required for the 1. Thanks Mark That makes sense The good thing about a "D" version of this model is it won't be any older than , which is just getting "broken in" by typical HP lifespan standards. I've been hemming and hawing about a for years and that is the exact reason I jumped on this unit.
Looks factory new. Only problem is the needle has broken off of the modulation meter bobbin for some odd reason. I will have to find a junker module to fix that problem. Posted: Feb Wed 06, am. Peter, PM me your addy, I have a meter for you, and if you want a modulator parts mule. This is just a left over "junquer". Posted: Feb Sat 09, pm. Thanks Mike! Much appreciated. Regarding the Opt. Without the expensive opt the head would not be usable.
Another pratfall for the unwary. Appendix "C" has the configuration breakdowns, listed in model number order. It's a big help when buying any MIL-surplus test instruments. Not useful for anything made after or so. Posted: Feb Tue 12, pm. Well, I bit the bullet and it arrived today. No one warned me it weighs more than a small pickup truck. I can't get it out of the box. Good luck with the B. They look to be complicated beasts.
I am hoping this one works, the price was right and the physical condition is above average. It weighs a lot more than the T units I own, I figured they'd be about the same weight. Posted: Feb Wed 13, am. I'll take a guess that the D revision of the is Motorola uP based like much of everything from HP was using during that period. Should be very reliable if it is. Well, it has a few problems.. They also managed to lose the tuning knob when packing. I think the D is a c with updated front panel styling..
My generator was built about mid '84, and I don't know when the D was introduced or if it is significantly different electrically or not, but I like the keyboard styling and the feel of the C much better. I'm sure one of the bigger reasons for the change was Cost. Posted: Feb Wed 13, pm.
Mike, when you get a chance, on your A module: when going from the. My output level is not changing on the highest output range. Plus, the RF meter is not working, which I suspect is a plug in board problem that I will deal with later.
Posted: Feb Thu 14, am. Yes, it clicks. I rotated the knob a few positions and it clicks for each change. It's been a while, but IIRC, there are only a half dozen wires, but it works better if you plug it in the right way. Posted: Feb Thu 14, pm.
Thanks Mike I think the switch contacts are dirty Whenever I get the new bench built, I will post what I find. Page 1 of 2. Previous topic Next topic. Peter Bertini. Post subject: Re: HP D opt ? Attachment: D. With DoD, the tag would only say "D-E58". We had a logistics microfiche that told us what options were on it, but the MIL-STD works best, as some were one-off open-purchased, not contracted and not included in the logistics data. On the "bad" end of the spectrum, DoD purposely "hid" some configurations with tailored capabilities, meant to test communications networks and Cryptological gear.
Some real orphans there Wavetek, anyone? Peter Bertini wrote: Well, I bit the bullet and it arrived today. It's old HP gear. We figured you'd expect it to have a density similar to that of a neutron star as a matter of course, and thus no warning was needed. Good luck with your new piece of kit. Peter Bertini wrote: Good luck with the B. Yes, I've read that they're a bear if things go awry, and that they often do. I managed to score a set of manuals for it a few months ago, so I'm hopeful that if things do wind up in the weeds I'll be able to get them sorted out.
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