Re: PFG Lisa

From: macmoni <macmoni_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 12:02:03 +0200

As far as I know, the black wire is Ground (I'm shure)
and the red one is frequency output
(I'm not so shure, I only remember by brain) and I used that last time more than a decade ago ...
It was used to get a synch. signal to an external unit. e.g. a widget drive or an frequency generator or an external time base in a AC AD-converter.

Do you have an Oscilloscope?
Plug it in and check, what you see on the screen. or
an frequency counter on a Digital Multimeter

greetings TOM from Bavaria

Am 13.10.2005 um 00:31 schrieb Philip Lord:

> Hi Again,
> I just got a "programable Frequency Generator'. Unfortunately I do not
> have the manual.
> Can anyone tell me where the red and black wires go to?
> Much thanks
> Phil

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