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Wowbagger,ifr1900 calibration need disassembly?

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Wowbagger,ifr1900 calibration need disassembly?

Postby lau190 » Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:46 am

Dear Wowbagger,
ifr1900 calibration need disassembly ? or just input the password then do it auto?
Can you brief tell me IFR 1900 calibrtion procedure?

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Re: Wowbagger,ifr1900 calibration need disassembly?

Postby Wowbagger » Sat Nov 19, 2011 12:02 pm

*Most* of the calibration can be done covers-on, but you need proper equipment to do it. I would strongly suggest you get it done professionally.
This is my opinion, not Aeroflex's.

I WILL NOT give you proprietary information. I make too much money to jeopardize my job.

I AM NOT the Service department: You want official info, manuals, service info, parts, calibration, etc., contact Aeroflex directly, please.

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Re: Wowbagger,ifr1900 calibration need disassembly?

Postby GlennD » Sat Nov 19, 2011 5:45 pm

Wowbagger is constrained by being an IFR employee. He is very helpful within those constraints. He can not give out info that would get him in trouble.

He was very helpful with help on the IFR1600 I owned but If you want calibration info then you need to purchase a service manual.

I purchased one on Ebay that was module level but it contained alignment instructions.

Before you ask, I included the manual with the 1600 when I sold it.

I now have a HP8920B in its place and I am much happier. The Interface is like night and day.

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