[time-nuts] Subject: Re: Oscilloquartz 3210 Cesium Standard
john at miles.io
Fri Aug 29 18:10:00 EDT 2014
Looks like a really nice piece of hardware, well worth fixing up. You might check the hot-wire ionizer filament on the Cs tube for continuity, as a failure there may not show up in a meter indication.
Apart from that, the detailed troubleshooting steps in the contemporary HP Cs service manuals (5061A/5061B generation) would be very much applicable to this one. The block diagram will be similar. You could try measuring the beam current and SNR manually if all else fails; one approach that I used is detailed at http://www.ke5fx.com/cs.htm .
-- john, KE5FX
Miles Design LLC
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> So what am I missing ?. Did fill in the enquiry form at the
> Oscilloquartz web site a few days ago, but no reply. Should I try again,
> or are are there some special runes you need to recite before they will
> talk to you ? :-). Would be quite happy to pay a reasonable fee for a
> copy of the manual, paper or pdf...
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