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Electronpusher0 1st Oct 2019 5:39 pm

Service Manual Wayne Kerr RA200 Frequency Response Analyser
 
RA200 Service manual pdf format.

Thanks to Gonzini I am the proud owner of a WK RA200 Frequency Response Analyser. He also provided the Service manual.

I will post about the repairs on the RA200 in a separate post.

I took the opportunity to scan the manual to pdf format and would like to offer it to any forum members that need it.

It is quite a large file at just under 6Meg and that is having scanned the schematics in BW.
The schematics actually have all the voltage and waveform information in Red so I have also scanned them at higher res and in colour in a separate file and that comes in at 8.6Meg.

If any members want a copy please PM me with your e-mail address and I will send them to you.
Please indicate if you need just the manual or both files.

Peter

Electronpusher0 12th Oct 2019 8:27 am

Re: Service Manual Wayne Kerr RA200 Frequency Response Analyser
 
Still happy to email the manual if you PM me. Two members have taken up the offer so far.

Peter

Gonzini 9th Nov 2019 7:07 pm

Re: Service Manual Wayne Kerr RA200 Frequency Response Analyser
 
You had any progress getting this going yet Peter? I've been holding out for some pics!!

Electronpusher0 10th Nov 2019 9:55 am

Re: Service Manual Wayne Kerr RA200 Frequency Response Analyser
 
Yes, I have basically got it working and have a trace on the screen.
It looks like it may have been dropped at some time as the scan coils have moved back along the tube about a centimetre. I am following the full calibration in the manual which starts by setting the coils.
I have been writing it up as I go so I guess its time to post it with pics.
I'll try and do it this evening.

Peter


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