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C30 and C32 (100 μF, 25 V) [http://hakanh.com/dl/docs/hardtofind/CT1N.pdf are under-rated] and therefore have a tendency to leak or short,  
 
C30 and C32 (100 μF, 25 V) [http://hakanh.com/dl/docs/hardtofind/CT1N.pdf are under-rated] and therefore have a tendency to leak or short,  
causing associated resistors R30 and R32 (240 Ω, 0.25W, 5%) to overheat and fail. C30 and C32 should be replaced with modern equivalents rated at 63 V.  
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causing associated resistors R30 and R32 (240 Ω, 0.25W, 5%) to overheat and fail.  
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C30 and C32 should be replaced with modern equivalents rated above 35 V.  
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:07, 16 October 2017

Tektronix 5CT1N
Curve tracer plug-in
5CT1N curve tracer

Compatible with 5000-series scopes

Produced from 1972 to 1988

Manuals
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix 5CT1N is a curve tracer plug-in for the 5000 series oscilloscopes, similar to the 7CT1N for 7000-series scopes.

Specifications

DUT drive voltage (C-E)
  • positive (NPN or N channel) or negative (PNP or P channel) half-waves
  • 7.5 V, 0.5 V/Div, 240 mA peak
  • 30 V, 2 V/Div, 60 mA peak
  • 75 V, 5 V/Div, 24 mA peak
  • 300 V, 20 V/Div, 6 mA peak
  • HV warning light on for > 50 V
  • peak power 500 mW
DUT current display
  • 10 μA/Div to 20 mA/Div, 1-2-5 steps (x 1 mode)
  • 10 nA/Div to 20 μA/Div, 1-2-5 steps (x 1000 mode)
Base/Gate drive
  • 0 to at least 10 steps
  • dual polarity
  • variable offset, at least +/- 5 steps
  • current mode: 1 μA/Step to 1 mA/Step in 1-2-5 sequence
  • voltage mode: 1 mV/Div to 1 V/Div in 1-2-5 sequence, 1 kΩ current limit
DUT connection Three 4 mm jacks / binding posts

Links

Pictures


Common Problems

C30 and C32 (100 μF, 25 V) are under-rated and therefore have a tendency to leak or short, causing associated resistors R30 and R32 (240 Ω, 0.25W, 5%) to overheat and fail. C30 and C32 should be replaced with modern equivalents rated above 35 V.