[volt-nuts] Power Designs Precision Power Supplies
Marvin E. Gozum
marvin.gozum at jefferson.edu
Wed Apr 25 13:31:09 UTC 2012
Hi Mark, the manuals for these units are online, but the image
reduction for the schematic makes it hard to read, but some sleuthing
will tease out labels on the components.
The original source is from KO4BB manuals site but its not indexed on
the html links, but it can be googled, above is a browse with dl
links when it comes back online.
Yes, 3+ decades later, the units I have are working great, as-is
without maintenance, it will need a little tweaking to align the
analog meter and recal the dial, I can dial in 1ppm in a setting fairly easily.
Except for some unobtaniums, the unit was built to last and, has
already proven its quality, QED.
At 09:46 PM 4/23/2012, Mark Sims wrote:
>I have 3 2020B's and a 5020 that I would greatly appreciate the manuals for.
>As far as why one would buy them instead of HP, etc... because they
>are oh, SOOOO sexy. And frankly nobody really ever made anything
>that worked better. And you can occasionally snag a perfectly good
>one for 20 bucks! A dead one's worth that just for the pleasure of
>clicking the clicky dials. All of mine were still dead-nuts
>accurate when they came in (and had not been calibrated since the
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