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Post time 2022-1-11 02:29:24 | Show all posts |Read mode
приятного дня всем! При ремонте импульсного блока питания ,я не предусмотрел сделать гальваническую развязку с питающей сетью 230 вольт переменного ,разумеется земляной щуп  "спалил"  мне мой осциллограф Хантек 2д72.Не было ни дыма,ни огня,но экран погас навсегда. Есть-ли какая-либо возможность его отремонтировать? Буду благодарен любому совету.
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 Author| Post time 2022-1-11 02:39:45 | Show all posts
have a nice day everyone! When repairing a switching power supply, I did not envisage making a galvanic isolation from the 230 volt AC supply network, of course, my Hantec 2d72 oscilloscope set fire to the ground probe for me. There was no smoke or fire, but the screen went out forever. Is there any way to repair it? I would be grateful for any advice.

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Post time 2022-1-11 16:21:01 | Show all posts
Please confirm whether there are burn marks on the board first.
If not, use the adapter to power and test the voltage at the marked points.


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 Author| Post time 2022-1-12 03:04:45 | Show all posts
amy replied at 2022-1-11 16:21
Please confirm whether there are burn marks on the board first.
If not, use the adapter to power and ...

Thanks for the advice, I'll check it soon and report the results.

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 Author| Post time 2022-1-13 03:09:44 | Show all posts
Edited by Gatito at 2022-1-13 23:57
amy replied at 2022-1-11 16:21
Please confirm whether there are burn marks on the board first.
If not, use the adapter to power and ...

Good day everyone! Dear consultant, I carefully examined the board of my oscilloscope (it is slightly different from the one shown in your photo) where the power socket is located and it seemed to me that the U7 object was overheated (I am attaching an enlarged photo) When measuring the voltages at the points you indicated (with the incoming U = 5v) the following was recorded: C22 = 4.86v; C19 = 4.82v; L5 = 0v. During the measurements, which lasted about 5 minutes, I noticed that the board heats up slightly and therefore measured the temperature at some objects: L2, L4 = 47 degrees Celsius; Y6 = 61 and U7 = 86 degrees Celsius.


if I understand correctly, is element U7 - TLV62565 or TLV62566?



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Post time Yesterday 16:50 | Show all posts
U7 is TLV62565DBVT.

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ordered on ibee U7 - TLV62565 and U6 - ETA6002E8A, as soon as I get it I'll try to change it, maybe I'm lucky

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Edited by Gatito at 2022-1-22 01:04

after the end of the mourning for my burned-out oscilloscope, I had to make myself a transformer decoupling from the 230 volt network so as not to burn the new one, and it’s safer for myself.I recommend it to everyone who doesn’t have one yet
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