If the trimpot does not work, check the resistors around the trimpot and
the trimpot itself.
The way I understood the text in step 13 is:
If no improvement in the voltage can be reached by this procedure, set it
back to the voltage found earlier, and continue with step 14.
Again, I would check the components around the trimpot first.
On Sat, 24 Apr 2021, 06:26 Ondrej Pavelka, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yeah yours is fixed, I still think I have a problem there because it says
to reset it back to noted voltage but in my case the trimpot setting has no
impact on the voltage value.
Your manual is later updated version without typo.
On Fri, 23 Apr 2021, 23:47 satbeginner, <email@example.com> wrote:
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This is what My manual says: (sorry for the poor picture..)
The last time I calibrated my 485 this worked...
On Fri, 23 Apr 2021, 22:51 Ondrej Pavelka, <
Hello to the group,
Is anybody on here familiar closely with 485 calibration? In
the Auto Focus section.
There is a time continuum breach making my brain go into feedback
It's point 13) If I simplify it, it says put 3MHz in Channel 1,
nice 2 divisions high sinewave and adjust focus and astigmatism at
intensity for sharp trace. That works perfectly.
Next step is to raise intensity to 50V and check if focus bias does
anything, if it does you continue the procedure if it does not you
advised to skip forward to 13. This is where my brain melts. Because
definitely skip backwards and it says nothing about how to resolve
In my case focus bias does nothing with Z out voltage at all nor does
anything with actual focus.