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 Post subject: Triplett
PostPosted: Jun Thu 06, 2019 10:00 pm 
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Hi guy's I need a manual for a Triplett Model 2432 signal generator...
Can anyone help me out? Looked at boat anchors and bama, but
couldn't down load it.

Thanks Gary


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 Post subject: Re: Triplett
PostPosted: Jun Thu 06, 2019 10:07 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Triplett
PostPosted: Jun Thu 06, 2019 11:19 pm 
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Thanks, but all that will down load is the schematic.
I need the instruction manual.

Gary


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 Post subject: Re: Triplett
PostPosted: Jun Thu 13, 2019 8:43 pm 
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That's a very simple service grade signal generator. What kind of help are you seeking?

You could probably use the instructions for the Precision E-200-C with hardly any modification.

Just a one tube oscillator with bandswitching plus an audio oscillator for modulation, which gives the desired AM and some incidental FM.

I have used many of those and don't find them too useful for two reasons. One, the shielding is usually poor and thus when the output is turned to zero there is still a lot of signal. Two, the output isn't calibrated or a standard impedance. (And as mentioned, incidental FM which can be an advantage for servicing FM gear)

But what do you expect from a unit that sold new for $100 or less (I think)?


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