[time-nuts] Difference between HP 5370A and 5370B
John Ackermann N8UR
jra at febo.com
Thu Apr 14 20:39:38 EDT 2005
What I've heard is also that the input assembly is different -- mainly,
more robust and harder to blow out with over-voltage. But there's no
real difference in the timing specifications.
jim_johnson at agilent.com wrote:
> I will check with another guy tomorrow (the last
>surviving technician), but one person "in the know"
>has this to say:
>What I remember is the input amplifiers are very different.
>As a result, some of the boards and pots and switches associated
>with it are different.
>I don't remember any significant differences beside that.
>My recommendation for someone buying one through eBay is, whereas
>it is hard to get replacement parts for both, getting parts for
>A is much harder.
>Try talking to (xxxxxxx) who is the last surviving technician
>familiar with the product.
> If I find out any more details, I'll post them. There
>are a lot of sharp experimenters out there who may know
>the answer and will get it to you before I do.
>Palo Alto, CA
>jim_johnson at agilent.com
>>From: time-nuts-bounces at febo.com [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com]On
>>Behalf Of David Kirkby
>>Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 3:32 PM
>>To: time-nuts at febo.com
>>Subject: [time-nuts] Difference between HP 5370A and 5370B time
>>Can anyone tell me what is the difference between the above two
>>Does anyone have any operating manuals in electronic format?
>>Dr. David Kirkby,
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