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Multi-Signalgeber SIM212

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For model Multi-Signalgeber SIM212, Philips Radios - Deutschland
 
Country:  Germany
Manufacturer / Brand:  Philips Radios - Deutschland
Brand
 
Deutsche Philips-Ges.
Year: 1981/1982 Category: Service- or Lab Equipment
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) 5: BF195 BF195 BF195 BC148 BC148 1N4001
Wave bands - without
Details
Power type and voltage Dry Batteries / 9 Volt
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Multi-Signalgeber SIM212 - Philips Radios - Deutschland
Material Bakelite or Plastics (type unknown)
Dimensions (WHD) 190 x 30 x 35 mm / 7.5 x 1.2 x 1.4 inch
Notes

Handlicher Signalgenerator zur Fehlersuche in NF-Verstärkern, RF-, SW- und FFS-Geräten mit Sinusoszillator, 4,43/5,5 MHz umschaltbar. Modulation mit 300-Hz-Rechteckschwingung aus Multivibrator.


SlGNAL INJECTOR, Type SIM-212 Code: 4822 395 30066

Description:

With the aid of this signal injector faults can be quickly located both in L.F. amplifiers and in radio, black-and white and colour-TV receivers. The injector contains a sine-wave oscillator which on delivery is tuned to the frequencies 5.5 MHz and 4.43 MHz.
This oscillator is modulated with the aid of a multivibrator supplying a square-wave voltage with a frequency of approx. 300 Hz. The output voltages of the injector can be varied continuously by means of one control.

Putting the injector into service

- For changing over to other frequencies, see " adjusting the injector".
- For the high frequencies 5.5 MHz and 4.43 MHz the test probe must be inserted into socket ∿∿ for the low frequency into socket .
- Set switch F1 - F2 (B) to position F1 for 4.43 MHz and to position F2 for 5.5 MHz.
- Now inject the signal selected on the appropriate spot in the unit to be repaired (connect the earth lead to the chassis).
- Push the button for switching on the injector (D) .
- With the aid of control (A) the intensity of the signal can be varied.
- lf the 300-Hz signal should have to be injected (test probe in position ∿ ), the position of switch F1 - F2 is irrelevant.

The H.F. signals can be used for tracing faults in:

- The audio I.F. section of black-and-white and colour-TV receivers (F2 : 5,5 MHz).
- The video I.F. section and channel selectors of black & white and colour-TV receivers (harmonics of F1 – 5.5 MHz or F2 – 4.43 MHz).

Adjustment of the injector:

E.g. the injector must be adjusted for SECAM:
- lnterconnect F. and G.
- Set control A to maximum signal.
- Set the injection pin to positions ∿∿ (H.F.).
- Set switch F1 - F2 to position F1.
- Inject a signal into the input of the sound I.F. section of a television receiver.
- Adjust the care of coil L 1 to maximum signal.
- Set switch F1 - F2 to position F2.
- lnject a signal into the input of the first I.F. section (output of channel selector) and adjust C7 to maximum picture (turn the control A slowly back during adjusting, so that the picture is on the verge of showing noise).
The same adjusting method can be used for the other systems.

Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 0.2 kg / 0 lb 7 oz (0.441 lb)
Source of data - - Manufacturers Literature

Model page created by Giovanni Cucuzzella. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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