1 SDS1000D Digital Storage Oscilloscope June 2011 SIGLENT Technologies Co., Ltd.
2 Declaration Copyright SIGLENT Technologies Co.,Ltd. All rights reserved. Contents in this Manual are not allowed to copy, extract and translate before being allowed by SIGLENT Company.
3 General Safety Summary Review the following safety precautions to avoid injury and prevent damage to this product or any products connected to it. To avoid potential hazards, use this product only as specified. Only qualified personnel should perform service procedures. 1. To Avoid Fire or Personal Injury Use Proper Power Cord. Use only the power cord specified for this product and certified for the country of use. Connect and Disconnect Properly. Do not connect or disconnect probes or test leads while they are connected to a voltage source. Ground the Product. This product is grounded through the grounding conductor of the power cord. To avoid electric shock, the grounding conductor must be connected to earth ground. Before making connections to the input or output terminals of the product, ensure that the product is properly grounded. Connect the Probe Properly. The probe ground lead is at ground potential. Do not connect the ground lead to an elevated voltage. Observe All Terminal Ratings. To avoid fire or shock hazard, observe all ratings and marking on the product. Consult the product manual for further ratings information before making connections to the product. Do Not Operate Without Covers. Do not operate this product without covers or panels removed. Use Proper Fuse. Use only the fuse type and rating specified for this product.
4 Avoid Exposed Circuitry. Do not touch exposed connections and components when power is present. Do Not Operate With Suspected Failures. If you suspect there is damage to this product, have it inspected by qualified service personnel. Do Not Operate in Wet/Damp Conditions. Do Not Operate in an Explosive Atmosphere. Keep Product Surfaces Clean and Dry. Power Line Conducted Emission Limits (Class B) Measuring standard: EN61326:1998+A1, 2002+A2, Safety Terms and Symbols Terms used on the Product. These terms may appear on the product: DANGER: Indicates an injury hazard immediately accessible as you read the marking. WARNING: Indicates an injury hazard not immediately accessible as you read the marking. CAUTION: Indicates a hazard to property including the product. Symbols used on the Product. These symbols may appear on the product:
5 Document Summarize Chapter 1 Specifications List the specifications and general specifications of SDS1000D series digital oscilloscope. Chapter 2 Prepare for Use Introduce the preparatory work should be done before using the oscilloscope. Chapter 3 Performance Test Introduce how to execute the performance test to understand current performance status of the oscilloscope. Chapter 4 Calibration Introduce how to calibrate the oscilloscope. Chapter 5 Disassembly and Assembly Introduce how to disassemble and assemble the oscilloscope to understand its structure. Chapter 6 Trouble List the troubles may appear during measuring and the solutions. Chapter 7 Replaceable Parts List the replaceable parts for user s repair or exchange.
6 Catalogue Document Summarize...6 Chapter 1 Specifications...8 Specifications...8 Generic Specifications...12 Chapter 2 Prepare for Use...13 General Inspecting...14 Power-On Inspection...15 Probe Compensation...16 Auto Setup...17 Chapter 3 Performance Test...19 Interface Test...20 USB Host Test...20 USB Device Test...21 RS-232 Test...22 Pass/Fail Test...24 Specification Test...25 Test DC Gain Accuracy...25 Test Bandwidth...26 Test Trigger Sensitivity...27 Test Noise...27 Chapter 4 Calibration...28 Self Calibration...28 Chapter 5 Disassembly and Assembly...30 Notice...31 Disassemble and Assemble On-off and Knobs...32 Disassemble and Assemble Back Rind...33 Disassemble and Assemble Back Cover Board...34 Disassemble and Assemble Top Cover Board...35 Disassemble and Assemble Fan...36 Disassemble and Assemble power board...37 Disassemble and Assemble Metal Shelf...38 Disassemble and Assemble Main board...39 Disassemble and Assemble LCD...40 Disassemble and Assemble Keyboard...41 Chapter 6 Prompting Messages and Troubleshooting...42 Prompting messages:...42 Troubleshooting...44 Chapter 7 Updating Parts...45
7 Chapter 1 Specifications All specifications apply to 10X probe and SDS1000D Digital Storage Oscilloscopes. To verify that the oscilloscope meets specifications, the oscilloscope must first meet the following conditions: The oscilloscope must have been operating continuously for thirty minutes within the specified operating temperature. You must perform the Do Self Cal operation, accessible through the Utility menu, if the operating temperature changes by more than 5 C. The oscilloscope must be within the factory calibration interval 1. All specifications are guaranteed unless noted typical. Specifications Inputs Input Coupling Input Impedance Maximum input voltage Probe attenuator Probe attenuator Factors Set AC, DC, GND 1MΩ±2% 16Pf±3Pf 400V (DC+AC PK-PK,1MΩ input impedance),cat I,CAT II 1X 10X 1X 5X 10X 50X 100X 500X 1000X Vertical System Vertical Sensitivity 2mV/div - 10V/div(1-2-5 order) Channel voltage 2mV-200mV: ±800mV offset range 206mV-10V: ±40V Vertical Resolution 8 bit Channels 2 Analog Bandwidth 200MHz(SDS1202D) 150MHz(SDS1152D)
8 100MHz(SDS1102D) 60MHz(SDS1062D) 40MHz(SDS1042D) 25MHz(SDS1022D) Single-shot Bandwidth 200MHz(SDS1202D) 150MHz(SDS1152D) 100MHz(SDS1102D) 60MHz(SDS1062D) 40MHz(SDS1042D) 25MHz(SDS1022D) Lower frequency 10Hz(at input BNC) limit (AC -3dB) DC Gain Accuracy <±3.0%: 5mv/div to 10V/div in Fixed Gain Ranges <±4.0%:typical for 2mv/div and Variable Gain Ranges DC Measurement ±[3%X(reading+offset)1% of offset +0.2div+2mv] Accuracy: All Gain settings 100mv/div DC Measurement ±[3%X(reading+offset)1% of offset +0.2div+100mv] Accuracy: All Gain settings> 100mv/div Rise time <1.7ns (SDS1202D) <2.3ns (SDS1152D) <3.5ns (SDS1102D) <5.8ns (SDS1062D) <8.8ns (SDS1042D) <14ns (SDS1022D) Vertical input AC, DC, GND coupling Math operation +, -, *, /, FFT FFT Window mode: Hanning, Hamming, Blackman, Rectangular Sampling points: 1024 Bandwidth limited 20MHz (-3dB)(SDS1022D doesn t have this function ) Horizontal System Real Time Single Channel:500MSa/s,Double Channel: 250MSa/s Sampling Rate Equivalent 50GSa/s Sampling Rate Measure Display MAIN, WINDOW, WINDOW ZOOM, ROLL, X-Y
9 Modes Time Accuracy Horizontal Range base Scan ±50ppm measured over 1ms interval 2.5nS/DIV - 50S/DIV Roll: 100mS/DIV ~50S/DIV ( order) Measure System Auto Vpp, Vmax, Vmin, Vamp, Vtop, Vbase, Vavg, Mean,Crms, Vrms, Measure ROVShoot, FOVShoot, RPREShoot, FPREShoot, Rise time, Fall time, (32 Types) Freq, Period,+ Wid,-Wid, +Dut, -Dut, BWid, Phase, FRR, FRF, FFR, FFF, LRR, LRF, LFR, LFF Cursor Measure Manual mode, Track mode and Auto mode Trigger System Trigger Types Edge, Pulse Width, Video, Slope, Alternative Trigger Source CH1 CH2 EXT EXT/5 AC Line Trigger Modes Auto, Normal, Single Trigger AC, DC, LF rej, HF rej Coupling Trigger Level CH1,CH2: ±6divisions from center of screen Range EXT: ±1.2V EXT/5: ±6V Trigger Pre-trigger:(Memory depth/(2*sampling)), Displacement Delay Trigger: 260DIV Holdoff range 100ns 1.5s Edge Trigger Edge type: Rising, Falling, Rising and Falling Pulse Width Trigger Modes: ( >, <, = )Positive Pulse Width, ( >, <, Trigger =)Negative Pulse Width Pulse Width Range: 20ns 10s Video Trigger Support signal Formats: PAL/SECAM, NTSC Trigger condition : odd field, even field, all lines, line Num Slope Trigger (>,<, =) Positive slope, (>,<, =) Negative slope Time: 20ns-10s Alternative CH1 trigger type: Edge, Pulse, Video, Slope Trigger CH2 trigger type: Edge, Pulse, Video, Slope X-Y Mode X-pole Input / Y-Pole Input Phase Error Sample Frequency Channel 1 (CH1) / Channel 2 (CH2) ±3 degrees XY mode has a breakthrough that trade oscilloscopes restrict sampling rate at 1MSa/s and supports 5KSa/s~200MSa/s,( order)
10 Hard Ware Frequency Counter Reading resolution 6 Bytes Range DC Couple, 10Hz to MAX Bandwidth Signal Types Satisfying all Trigger signals(except Pulse width trigger and Video Trigger) Control Panel Function Auto Set Save/Recall Auto adjusting the Vertical, Horizontal system and Trigger Position Support 2 Group referenced Waveforms,20 Group setups,20 Group captured Waveforms internal Storage/Recall function and USB flash driver storage function.
11 Generic Specifications Display System Display Mode Resolution Display Color Display Contrast (Typical state) Backlight Intensity (Typical state) Wave display range Wave Display Mode Persist Menu Display Screen-Saver Skin waveform interpolation Color model Language Color TFT 5.7in.(145mm)diagonal Liquid Crystal Display 320 horizontal by 234 vertical pixels 64K color 150:1 300nit 8 x 12 div Point, Vector Off, 1 sec, 2 sec, 5 sec, Infinite 2 sec, 5 sec, 10 sec, 20 sec, Infinite Off,1min,2min,5min,10min,15min,30min,1hour,2hour,5hour Classical, Modern, Tradition, Succinct Sin(x)/x Normal, Invert Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Arabic, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese Japanese, Korean, Italian Environments Temperature Operating:10 to + 40 Cooling Humidity Height Not operating: -20 to + 60 The fan forces it cold. Operating: 85%RH, 40, 24 hours Not operating: 85%RH, 65, 24 hours Operating: 3000m Not operating: 15,266m Power Supply Input Voltage Frequency Scope Power VAC, CAT II, Auto selection 45Hz to 440Hz 50VA Max Mechanical Dimension Weight length Width Height 2.3 kg 305mm 133mm 154mm
12 Chapter 2 Prepare for Use This chapter includes the following contents: General Inspecting Power-On Inspecting Connect the Probe Probe Compensation Auto Setting
13 General Inspecting After receiving a new SDS1000D series oscilloscope, please inspect the instrument as follows: 1.Inspect the shipping container for damage. Keep the damaged shipping container or cushioning material until the contents of the shipment have been checked for completeness and the instrument has been checked mechanically and electrically. 2.Inspect the whole instrument. In case there is any mechanical damage or defect, or the instrument does not operate properly or fails performance tests, notify the SIGLENT Sales Representative. If the shipping container is damaged, or the cushioning materials show signs of stress, notify the carrier as well as the SIGLENT Sales Department. Keep the shipping materials for carrier s inspection. 3.Check the accessories. Accessories supplied with the instrument are listed below. If the contents are incomplete or damaged, notify the SIGLENT Sales Representative. Standard Accessories: Two pieces 1:1,(10:1) Passive Probes An User Manual A Certification A Guaranty Card An CD(including EasyScope3.0 computer software system) A Power Cord that fits the standard of destination country An USB Cable
14 Power-On Inspection Normal operating voltage for DS1000CA series digital oscilloscope is the range of VRMS with the frequency from 45Hz to 440Hz. Connect one terminal of the power cord to the socket in left side of the oscilloscope and the other to the power source. Picture 2-1 Connect power line Press the button on top of oscilloscope, some keys on the front panel will be lighted for about 6 seconds until the normal display appears. And then you can operate the oscilloscope. After power-on, the oscilloscope performs the self test automatically. After the test, press the DEFAULT/SETUP button, then recall the Factory settings. Picture 2-2 Power-On Inspecting
15 Probe Compensation You are suggested to compensate probe before first using so as to match it to the input channel. Measurement error may generate without the compensation or because of deviation compensation. To compensate the probe, follow the steps below. 1.Set the probe option attenuation in the channel menu to 10X. Set the switch to 10X on the probe. Picture 2-3 Set the attenuation switch and probe scale 2.Connect the probe to channel 1 on the oscilloscope, and attach the probe tip to the PROBE COMP Picture 2-4 Connect PROBE COMP 3.Press AUTO. Within a few seconds, a square wave will be displayed (1 khz, approximately 3 V pk-pk). Check if the compensation is correct according to the shape of waveform. Under compensated Compensated correctly Over compensated Picture 2-5 Check the shape 4.If necessary, adjust your probe. Repeat as necessary.
16 Auto Setup SDS1000D Series Digital Storage Oscilloscopes have auto setup function, which can identify the type of waveform and adjust controls to produce a usable display of the input signal. AUTO is the auto setup button. Table2-1 Auto setup function menu: Option Introduction Auto set the screen and display several cycle (Multi-cycle signal. sine) Set the screen and auto display single cycle signal. (Single-cycle sine) Auto set and show the rising time. (Rising edge) Auto set and show the falling time. (Falling edge) Causes the oscilloscope to recall the previous (Undo setup. Setup) There are four measure parameter will be displayed in the screen. Auto set determines the trigger source based on the following conditions: If multiple channels have signals, channel with the lowest frequency signal. The input frequency must be higher than 10Hz, and the amplitude must be higher than 8MV Table 2-2 Auto setup function item Function Setting Acquire Mode Adjusted to Sampling Display Format Y-T Display Type Set to Dots for a video signal, set to Vectors for an FFT spectrum; otherwise, unchanged Vertical Coupling Adjusted to DC or AC according to the input signal
17 Bandwidth Limit V/div VOLTS/DIV adjustability Signal inverted Horizontal position S/div Trigger type Trigger source Off(full) Adjusted Coarse Off Center Adjusted Edge Auto detect the channel which has the input signal Trigger slope Trigger mode Rising Auto
18 Chapter 3 Performance Test This chapter includes the following contents: Interface Test USB Host USB Device RS-232 Pass/Fail Specification Test
19 Interface Test USB Host Test Purpose: Test if the USB Host interface works normally through U disc. Tools: An Unit SDS1000D digital oscilloscope An U disc Steps: 1.Insert a U disc into the interface of USB Host on the front panel of the oscilloscope. Picture 3-1 Connect the U disc 2.Wait until a prompt message USB Flash Drive Plug In! appeared on the screen. 图 3-2 USB host connect Successfully 3.Press Save/Recall Save to file, to name renewably or delete the information in U disc. 4.Remove the U disc and a prompt message USB Flash Drive Plug In! will appeared.
20 USB Device Test Purpose: Test if the USB Device interface works normally through EasyScope for SDS1000D series oscilloscope. Tools: An Unit SDS1000D digital oscilloscope A computer with USB interface A standard USB cable(type AB) EasyScope software for SDS1000D series Steps: 1.Install the EasyScope to computer. 2.Connect the oscilloscope with PC using an USB cable and install the driver program step by step following the instruction. Picture 3-3 connecting the USB Device interface 3.Run EasyScope,then click Connect, if successful, the two point lamps at the top right corner of the software will be changed from red to green.; if failed, a prompt message will be appeared as below. Picture 3-4 USB Device connect failed
21 RS-232 Test Purpose: Test if the RS-232 interface works normally through EasyScope for SDS1000D series oscilloscope. Tools: An Unit SDS1000D digital oscilloscope A computer with RS-232 interface A standard RS-232 cable EasyScope software for SDS1000D series. Steps: 1. Install the EasyScope to computer. 2. Connect the oscilloscope with PC using an USB cable Picture 3-5 Connect the RS232 interface 3. Run EasyScope,click Setting Connect Setting, set the IO as below.
22 Picture 3-6 EasyScope connect setting 4. Press UTILITY page3/4 IO Setting, select the Baud as Click Connect, if successful, the two point lamps at the top right corner of the software will be changed from red to green.; if failed, a prompt message will be appeared as below. Picture 3-7 RS-232 connect failed
23 Pass/Fail Test Purpose: Test if the Pass/Fail interface works normally through the signal from the back BNC of the oscilloscope. Tools: An Unit SDS1000D digital oscilloscope, another digital oscilloscope A BNC cable A Probe Steps: 1. Power-On two oscilloscopes. 2. Connect the Pass/Fail interface of SDS1000D with the channel BNC of another oscilloscope using the BNC cable. 3. Connect the probe to channel 1 on SDS1000D, and press AUTO button. 4. Press UTILITY button page3/4 Pass/Fail, set the function item as below: Table 3-1 Pass/Fail function item Option Setting Enable Test On Source CH1 Msg Display On Output Pass Stop On Output Off 5. Click Mask Setting Create Mask, and back to Page1/2, then press Operate button. 6. Adjust the time base and volt of another scope, if there is a pulse wave as below appeared on the screen, which show the interface works normally, if no response or another wave on the screen, errors might happen to the interface. Picture 3-8 Pass/Fail interface works normally
24 Specification Test Purpose: Test if some specifications are in the specified range. Table 3-2 require instruments Description Minimum requirements Examples DC Voltage Source -6 mv to 30 V, ±0.1% accuracy Standard sine wave 10Hz and 300MHz, ±1% amplitude FLUKE 9500B generator accuracy 50 Ω BNC DC to 1GHz PL-50 Feed-Through Termination Before beginning these procedures, two conditions must first be met: The oscilloscope must have been operating continuously for thirty minutes within the operating temperature range specified. You must do the Self Calibration procedure. If the ambient temperature changes by more than 5, you must do the Self Calibration procedure again. Picture 3-9 Test instrument connecting Test DC Gain Accuracy Steps: 1 Set the DC voltage source output level to 30 V 2 Press the button DEFAULT/SETUP of oscilloscope 3 Set VOLT/DIV to 10V/div, set measure parameter as CH1,Mean 4 Connect the oscilloscope channel 1 to the DC voltage source, and record the value of Mean appeared on the screen as V pos. 5 Change the polarity of the DC voltage source,and record the value of Mean appeared on the screen as V neg. 6 Calculate V diff =V pos V neg,then compare V diff to accuracy limits in the table.
25 Volt/div setting DC voltage output level Accuracy limits for V diff 10v/div +30V, -30V 58.2 V~61.8 V 5v/div +15V, -15V 29.1 V~30.9 V 2v/div +6V, -6V V~12.36 V 1v/div +3V, -3V 5.82 V~6.18 V 500mv/div +1.5V, -1.5V 2.91 V~3.09 V 200mv/div +600mV, -600mV V~1.236 V 100mv/div +300mV, -300mV 582 mv~618 mv 50mv/div +150mV, -150mV 291 mv~309 mv 20mv/div +60mV, -60mV mv~123.6 mv 10mv/div +30mV, -30mV 58.2 mv~61.8 mv 5mv/div +15mV, -15mV 29.1 mv~30.9 mv 2mv/div +6mV, -6mV mv~12.48 mv 7 Change the VOLT/DIV to the next Volt/div in the table, and set the DC voltage source output level to the corresponding level in the table as above. Repeat the steps 4 through 6 until all VOLT/DIV of both channels have been test. Test Bandwidth Steps: 1 Press the button DEFAULT/SETUP, and set the VOLT/DIV to 500 mv/div, set SEC/DIV to 50 ms/div. 2 Set the measure parameter as CH1,Vpp. 3 Connect the oscilloscope channel 1 to the standard sinewave generator 4 Set the standard sinewave generator frequency to 10Hz 5 Set the generator output level so the Vpp measurement is between 2.98 V and 3.02 V. 6 Set the generator frequency to: 25MHz if you are testing a SDS1022D 40MHz if you are testing a SDS1042D 60MHz if you are testing a SDS1062D 100MHz if you are testing a SDS1102D 150MHz if you are testing a SDS1152D 200MHz if you are testing a SDS1202D 7 Set the oscilloscope timebase to the minimum SEC/DIV 8 Check the Vpp measurement is 2.12 V 9 Test channel 2 with the same method
26 Test Trigger Sensitivity Steps: 1 Press the button DEFAULT/SETUP, and set the VOLT/DIV to 500mv/div, set SEC/DIV to 25ns/div. 2 Connect the oscilloscope channel 1 to the standard sinewave generator 3 Set the standard sinewave generator frequency to 10 MHz 3 Set the generator output level so the Vpp measurement is about 500 mv. 4 Press the button set to 50%. Adjust LEVEL as necessary and then check that triggering is stable. 5 Set the generator frequency to: 25MHz if you are testing a SDS1022D 40MHz if you are testing a SDS1042D 60MHz if you are testing a SDS1062D 100MHz if you are testing a SDS1102D 150MHz if you are testing a SDS1152D 200MHz if you are testing a SDS1202D 6 Set the generator output level so the Vpp measurement is about 750 mv. 7 Press the button set to 50%. Adjust LEVEL as necessary and then check that triggering is stable. 8 Test channel 2 with the same method Test Noise Steps: 1 Set the both channels VOLT/DIV to 2mV/div,SEC/DIV to 2.5µS/div 2 Set two measure parameters as CH1,Vpp and CH2, Vpp 3 Check the Vpp measurement is 1.2mV (other VOLT/DIV is 0.6 DIV ) 4 Change the VOLT/DIV, and check the Vpp until all the VOLT/DIV of both channel have been tested.
27 Chapter 4 Calibration Self Calibration Self Calibration procedure can optimize the signal path at the most measurement precision. You can run this procedure at any time. If the operating temperature changes by more than 5 or the units run less than thirty minutes, you should do the self calibration. Steps: 1. Cut off all the probes and lead. 2. Press the button UTILITY to choose the Do Self Cal to show the self calibration menu, and execute self calibration program according to the prompting on the screen. Picture 4-1 Calibration beginning interface 3. Press SINGLE to do self calibration.
28 Picture 4-2 Calibrating 4. After the calibration finished, Press SINGLE key to exit. Picture 4-3 Calibration succeed interface Generally speaking, the self calibration will take about 3-5 minutes, if the calibration does not Pass after this time, or the progress bar stop at one of the calibration item, there may be a trouble in the instrument.
29 Chapter 5 Disassembly and Assembly This chapter includes the following topics: Notice Disassemble and Assemble the on-off and knobs Disassemble and Assemble back rind Disassemble and Assemble back cover board Disassemble and Assemble top cover board Disassemble and Assemble fan Disassemble and Assemble power board Disassemble and Assemble metal shelf Disassemble and Assemble main board Disassemble and Assemble LCD Disassemble and Assemble keyboard
30 Notice Notices: Don t disassemble the products except the work need. Disassemble only can be done by qualified person. Cut the power before disassembling. Take static glove when disassembling. Use proper tools and follow the disassemble sequence. Prevent metal parts from transfiguration and avoid being scratched when disassembling. Disassemble tools: screwdriver forceps wrench
31 Disassemble and Assemble On-off and Knobs Picture 5-1 Disassemble and Assemble the on-off and knobs Disassemble steps: 1. Nip on-off 1 button by forceps, and then pull up. 2. Cock knobs3 4 gently by forceps Assemble steps: Please operate as reverse orders. The same is as below.
32 Disassemble and Assemble Back Rind Picture 5-2 Disassemble and Assemble back rind 1 Disassemble steps: 图 5-3 Disassemble and Assemble back rind 2 1. Back out the two bolts5 and two bolts6. 2. Back out the two bolts Remove the back rind.
33 Disassemble and Assemble Back Cover Board Picture 5-4 Disassemble and Assemble back cover board Disassemble steps: 1. Remove the back cover board by the forceps.
34 Disassemble and Assemble Top Cover Board Picture 5-5 Disassemble and Assemble top cover board Disassemble steps: 1. Back out the two bolts Pull on the top cover board.
35 Disassemble and Assemble Fan Picture 5-6 Disassemble and Assemble fan Disassemble steps: 1. Back out the four bolts Remove the fan 12
36 Disassemble and Assemble power board Picture 5-7 Disassemble and Assemble power board Disassemble steps: 1. Back out the four bolts Pull out the power line from the main board and remove the power board.
37 Disassemble and Assemble Metal Shelf Picture 5-8 Disassemble and Assemble metal shelf Disassemble steps: 1. Back out the four bolts 14, and remove the metal shelf Take off the silica gel key 16.
38 Disassemble and Assemble Main board Picture 5-9 Disassemble and Assemble main board Disassemble steps: 1. Back out the five bolts Pull out the screen line and keyboard line from main board. 3. Back out the three big nuts from the BNC. 4. Pull out the main board 18 slowly.
39 Disassemble and Assemble LCD Picture 5-10 Disassemble and Assemble LCD Disassemble steps: 1. Break off the LCD 20 with fingers and thumb.
40 Disassemble and Assemble Keyboard Picture 5-11 Disassemble and Assemble keyboard Disassemble steps: 1. Back out the four bolts 21 and remove the keyboard..
41 Chapter 6 Prompting Messages and Troubleshooting Prompting messages: Trig level at limit! : Mention you that the trigger Level is at a limit when you turn the Trig level knob. Horizon position at limit! : Mention you that the horizontal position is at a limit when you turn the horizon position knob. Volts/Div at limit! : Mention you that the vertical voltage have already touched the Min 2MV/div or the Max 5V/div. Volts position at limit! : The system would display this information when the vertical position is at a limit. Sec/Div at limit! : Prompts that the Volts/Div is at full range while turning the vertical scale knob. Holdoff time at limit! : Turn the Universal knob when holdoff time has been to max or min value, now the system will clew this information. Functions isn t useable! : Under several special modes, the some functions could not be running. No signal! : The system would clew this information when the signal could not match the auto set condition. (Using in the auto set) Adjust at limit! : You could adjust the pulse width by the universal knob till the pulse width has reached min20.0ns or max 10.0s. Location Empty! : If you have no stored waveforms or setups on some location, the screen will display this information when you press the Recall button on this location. USB Flash Drive Plug In! : This information will appear when you invert the USB Flash Drive to the USB Host port. USB Flash Drive Pull Out! : This information will appear when you pull out the USB Flash
42 Drive. Store Data Success! : Save setup data, waveform data or picture data to the internal of the oscilloscope or USB flash successful. Ready Data Success! : Read setup data or waveform data from the internal of the oscilloscope or USB flash successful. Please set back USB to printer! : Press the S/div knob will appear this information on the screen when the Print Key option is set to Print Picture and the Back USB option is set to Computer. USB Flash Drive isn t connected! : When the Save To option is set to File or the Print Key option is set to Save Picture in Save/Recall menu, Press the Save option button or the S/div knob before inverting the USB Flash Drive to the USB Host port will appear this information on the screen. Record Wave Success! :This message will appear when you finish recording waveforms.
43 Troubleshooting 1. After the oscilloscope is powered on,the screen remains dark,please do as following steps: ⑴ Check the power cable s connection. ⑵ Ensure the power switch is turned on. ⑶ After the inspections above,restart the oscilloscope. ⑷ If the oscilloscope is still not used after the checking, please connect with SIGLENT company 2. If there is no signal wave in the screen after gathering the signal, please do as following steps: (1) Check whether the probe have connected with the signal cable or not. (2) Check whether the signal cable have connected with the BNC connector or not. (3) Check whether the probe has connected with the goods tested or not. (4) Check whether tested goods have produced the signal or not. (5) Gather the signal again. 3. The value of the tested voltage is 10 times higher/lower than the real one, please do as following steps: Check the attenuation quotient whether match the probe attenuation proportion or not. 4. Display the wave, but not steady, please do as following steps: (1) Check the signal source on the trigger interface whether or not matches the signal channel. Check the trigger mode: normal signal should use the edge trigger mode. The video signal should use the Video Trigger mode. The signal would display steady, only using the matching trigger mode. (2) Attempt to change the coupling into HF Reject or LF Reject display, so that the High/low frequency noise disturb the trigger should be filtrated 5. Press RUN/STOP button, but no display. Check the trigger mode on the trigger interface whether or not in the normal or single, and check the trigger level is whether or not over the wave range. If yes, please put the trigger level to the middle position or set the trigger mode to the Auto position. In another hand, you could choose the Auto button to set up automatically. 6. After the Acquisition is set to Averages or Display Persistence time is set too long, the waveform refreshes slowly. It is normal in these settings 7. The signal is displayed as ladder like waveform (1)This phenomenon is normal. The time base maybe is too slow.you should turn the horizontal SCALE knob to increase horizontal resolution to improve the display. (2) Maybe the display Type is set to Vectors, You could set it to Dots mode to improve the display.
44 Chapter 7 Updating Parts SIGLENT Provide some replaceable parts in order to maintain or update for users. Please see as the following table. Note that the numbers in the table. Table 7-1 Updating Parts Item No. Name Specification 1 On-Off button 2 Back Rind 3 Big knobs 4 Small knobs 5 Bolts PM2.5*10 6 Bolts PA3*8 7 Bolts PA3*10 8 Back cover board 9 Bolts KM3*8 10 Top cover board 11 Bolts KM3*30 12 Fan 13 Bolts BM3*8 14 Bolts PA3*8 15 Metal shelf 16 Silica gel key 17 Bolts BM3*8 18 Main board 19 BNC nuts 20 LCD 21 Bolts KM3*8 22 Keyboard 23 Front panel All the parts are available by contacting your local SIGLENT office..
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