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How to test almost anything electronic pdf By Delton T. Horn 2020

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Here’s all the practical, hands-on guidance you need to troubleshoot efficiently with today’s electronic test equipment! How to Test Almost Everything Electronic pdf, 3rd Edition is filled with helpful examples of typical circuits and easy-to-follow instructions that show you how to pinpoint problems in all types of electronic systems, from TV sets and VCRs to computers. Here’s just a few of the tools you’ll learn how to use:

  • Multimeters
  • Oscilloscopes
  • Signal generators
  • Logic probes
  • Voltmeters
  • Ohmmeters

How to test almost anything electronic pdf cover

How to test almost anything electronic pdf By Delton T. Horn is:

  • Your complete guide to today’s electronic test equipment
  • Learn bow to repair mechanical components
  • Learn how to use flowcharts when troubleshooting

About the Author

Delton T. Horn has many years of experience as an electronics technician. He is the author of Low-Cost Test Equipment Projects You Can Build, Troubleshooting and Repairing Electronic Music Synthesizers, and Designing and Building Electronic Filters.

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Contents of book How to test almost anything electronic pdf

How to test almost anything electronic pdf By Delton T. Horn
  • Introduction of How to test almost anything electronic pdf
  • Test equipment
  • Multimeters  
  • Adapters for multimeters  
  • Oscilloscopes   
  • Signal generators  
  • Signal tracers  
  • Capacitance meters  
  • Frequency counters  
  • Servicing test equipment  
  •  Dc voltage tests and power supplies
  • Dc voltage measurements  
  • Problems with circuit breakers  
  • Checking for a hot chassis  
  • All-polarity voltmeters  
  • Polarity indicators  
  • Full-wave power supplies  
  • Measuring ac voltages  
  • Power supply ripple  
  • Shortened power transformers  
  • Power supplies with voltage dividers  
  • Power supplies with dropping resistors  
  • Power-supply circuits with branches  
  • Transformerless power supplies  
  • Half-wave voltage doublers  
  • Full-wave voltage doublers  
  • Full-wave bridge rectifiers  
  • Electrolytic capacitors in series for higher working voltage  
  • Ac power supplies for transistorized equipment  
  • Power supplies from a transformer winding on a
  • phono motor  
  • Transistorized capacitance multipliers  
  • Checking capacitance multiplier circuits  
  • Transistorized series voltage regulators  
  • Transistorized shunt voltage regulators  
  • Three-transistor voltage regulators for transistor TV sets  
  • Transistorized dc-to-dc converters  
  • Testing dc-to-dc converters  
  • IC voltage regulators  
  • Reading battery voltages correctly  
  •  Current tests  
  • Power measurements  
  • Measuring the dc drain of an auto radio  
  • Dc current measurements in transistor portable radios  
  • Testing power transformers for internal shorts  
  • Substitute power testers  
  • Finding overloads in power supplies  
  • Selecting the bias of a power transistor with a
  • current meter  
  • Measuring large currents  
  •  VOM and VTVM tests  
  • Measuring contact resistance with a VOM  
  • Measuring voltage drop in long battery wires  
  • Identifying uncoded wires in multiconductor cables  
  • Testing capacitor leakage with a VTVM  
  • Measuring very high resistances  
  • Checking diodes by the balance method  
  • Checking video-detector diodes with an ohmmeter  
  • Checking video-detector diodes in-circuit with
  • an ohmmeter  
  • Checking transistors with a VOM  
  • Voltage and resistance tests  
  • Stacked stages  
  • Bad base bias  
  • Dealing with noise pick-up  
  •  Oscilloscope tests  
  • Calibration for direct measurements  
  • Oscilloscope probes  
  • Triggered and gated sweep  
  • Measuring dc voltages with an oscilloscope   
  • Measuring ac voltages with an oscilloscope  
  • Measuring frequency with an oscilloscope  
  • Analyzing distortion with an oscilloscope  
  • Square-wave testing  
  • Time and phase measurements  
  • Using a sweep-frequency signal generator  
  • Lissajous figures  
  • Reactance and impedance measurements  
  • Testing for filter ripple with the scope  
  • Checking CB transmitter modulation with the scope  
  •  Component tests  
  • Detecting thermal drift in resistors  
  • Checking and repairing potentiometers  
  • Capacitance testing  
  • Testing variable capacitors  
  • Testing inductors  
  • Measuring inductance   
  • Shorted power transformers   
  • Testing integrated circuits, modules, and PC units   
  • A quick check for microphones  
  • Checking phone cartridges with the scope  
  • Impedance checker for speakers  
  • Testing diodes  
  • Replacing transistors    
  • Derating components    
  •  TV tests  
  • Measuring very high voltages   
  • Measuring focus voltages in color TV  
  • Checking color picture tubes with a VOM  
  • Extension cables for testing TV tuners  
  • A quick tuner gain check  
  • Checking for operation of the . MHz color oscillator  
  • Testing for presence of high voltage, horizontal
  • sweep, etc.  
  • Checking for high voltage with a neon tester  
  • Setting a horizontal oscillator on frequency by
  • comparing with video  
  • Testing frequency in vertical-oscillator circuits  
  • Finding the cause of sync clipping with the scope  
  • Finding sync troubles with the scope   
  • TV signal tracing and gain checks with an RF or AF
  • signal generator  
  • Signal tracing with the scope and color-bar patterns    
  • Using the scope to set the duty cycle of the horizontal
  • output transistor  
  • How not to read voltages: The “do not measure”
  • points in TV  
  • Blown audio output transistors  
  • Dealing with dead sets  
  •  Special tests  
  • Measuring peak voltages without a voltmeter  
  • Using a pilot lamp for current testing  
  • A voltage divider for obtaining very small audio signals  
  • A quick test for audio power output  
  • Measuring amplifier output power with a multimeter  
  • Testing an audio amplifier’s frequency response  
  • A quick test for the RF power output of a transmitter  
  • Measuring base bias voltage in high-resistance circuits  
  • Finding breaks in multi-conductor cables  
  • Finding a break in a coaxial cable with a capacitance
  • tester  
  • Measuring true rms voltages  
  • Testing transistors  
  • Testing Zener diodes  
  • Testing FETS  
  • Testing SCRs  
  • Testing ICs  
  •  Signal tracing and alignment tests  
  • Checking the calibration of an RF signal generator  
  • Setting an RF signal generator on a crystal frequency  
  • Finding the exact point of a zero beat  
  • Test records: Good substitutes for the audio-signal
  • generator  
  • Using radio signals for testing stereo or PA systems  
  • Using a communications receiver as an RF signal
  • locator or tracer  
  • The ac voltmeter for gain checks and signal tracing  
  • Power output tests for PA and hi-fi amplifiers  
  •  Digital circuits  
  • Logic probes  
  • Monitoring brief digital signals  
  • Signal tracing in a digital circuit  
  • Digital signal shape  
  • Power-supply problems in digital circuits  
  • Logic analyzers  
  • Pulse generators  
  • Flip-flops  
  • Tri-state logic  
  • Sequencing problems  
  • Noise and glitches  
  •  Flowcharting and troubleshooting  
  • Basic flowchart  
  • Servicing without a schematic  
  • Systems comprised of multiple pieces of interconnected
  • equipment  
  • Index of How to test almost anything electronic pdf

Book info ( How to test almost anything electronic pdf )

Title: How to test almost anything electronic pdf
Author: Delton T. Horn
Publisher: TAB Books inc
Language: English
Genre: Engineering Books
Pages: 337 Pages
ISBN: 0-8306-4127-0

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