[time-nuts] FTS 1200 9110 1000A-100 1000B pinouts here!

Richard W. Solomon w1ksz at earthlink.net
Wed Mar 11 22:37:47 EDT 2009


The 5340 Manual is on the Agilent site. Don't know if that will help,
but it may have the schematic showing the connections to the TCXO.

73, Dick, W1KSZ

-----Original Message-----
>From: arie schellaars <arie.schellaars at yahoo.com>
>Sent: Mar 11, 2009 10:21 PM
>To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement <time-nuts at febo.com>
>Cc: ange46 at dodo.com.au
>Subject: Re: [time-nuts] FTS 1200 9110 1000A-100 1000B pinouts here!
>
>Hi Time Keepers
>Not quite an answer to the below question , but my own request for  TCXO pinout info
>on my recent purchase on Ebay.
>The TCXO unit was designated to go into a HP5340A unit but the circuit doesn't seem to match with my oscillator module.
>The unit either gets warm or oscillates but NOT both together at the same time.
>Can't get a 10 MHz signal out but know it's oscillating by listening to it
>with a receiver.
>Perhaps it's needs surgery as per recent discussions in this forum.
>Or even may need special dual power supply , again as per recent forum discussions here.
>The module was made by Bulova and has p/n of 0960-0153.
>It has a 15 way edge connector  and a HP P/N of 05340-60036 on the module "mother"
>board.
>Other info on the module states it needs +10 and +5vdc
> Hope some of you blokes can assist.
>Cheers from down under.
>Arie Schellaars
>VK3DBF
>
>--- On Sun, 1/3/09, Corby Dawson <cdelect at juno.com> wrote:
>
>
>From: Corby Dawson <cdelect at juno.com>
>Subject: [time-nuts] FTS 1200 9110 1000A-100 1000B pinouts here!
>To: time-nuts at febo.com
>Received: Sunday, 1 March, 2009, 1:02 AM
>
>
>Well after re-researcing the pinouts again I decided to post this while
>they are fresh.
>These Pinouts are for units removed from FTS Cesium standards and were
>verified by measurement in the standard.
>
>PIN        1000B                1000A-100                1200            
>      9110
>
>1            EFC ground        EFC ground                EFC ground      
>EFC ground
>
>2           EFC +- 10V        EFC +- 10V             EFC 0 to +10V    
>EFC 0 to +10V
>
>3           coarse tune wiper       NC                        NC         
>              NC
>
>4           +12 pot ref. (10K)     NC                        NC          
>             NC
>
>5           Ground                    Ground                   Ground    
>           Ground
>
>6           oven mon.                oven mon..              oven mon.    
>       oven mon.
>
>7           +28V oven             +18V oven                 NC           
>            NC
>
>8           +28V elect.             +28V                       +28V      
>              +28V
>
>9            case ground                NC                        NC     
>                  NC
>
>Hope this will help others!
>
>Corby Dawson
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