A recently developed Deflection Yoke and Electron Guns construction has been used on this equipment in combination with In-Line Guns and Black Stripe Screen to make a barrel-type magnetic-field distribution for vertical deflection and a pin-cushion-type magnetic field for horizontal deflection with which a self-converging system can be obtained. This type is different from conventional unity-magnetic field distribution type deflection yoke. 4-Pole Magnets and 6-Pole Magnets are employed for static convergence instead of a Convergence Yoke.
1. A cross hatch signal should be connected to the monitor.
2. A pair of 4-Pole Convergence Magnets are provided and adjusted to converge the blue and red beams. When the Pole opens to the left and right 45° symmetrically, the magnetic field maximizes. Red and blue beams move to the left and right oppositely (See Fig. 7-a and 7-b). Variation of the angle between the tabs adjusts the convergence of red and blue vertical lines.
When the both 4-Pole Convergence Magnet Tabs are rotated as a pair, the convergence of the red and blue horizontal lines is adjusted.
3. A pair of 6-Pole Convergence Magnets are also provided and adjusted to converge the magenta (red + blue) to green beams.
When the Pole opens to the left and right 30° symmetrically, the magnetic field is maximized. Red and blue beams both move to the left and right (See Fig. 8-c and 8-d).
Variation of the opening angle adjusts the convergence of magenta to green vertical lines. When both 6-Pole Convergence Magnet Tabs are rotated as a pair the convergence of magenta to green horizontal lines is adjusted.
PRECISE ADJUSTMENT OF DYNAMIC CONVERGENCE (See Fig. 10 and 11)
1. Feed a cross hatch signal to the monitor.
2. Insert the temporary wedge and fix Deflection Yoke so as to obtain the best circumference convergence (See Fig. 10 and 11).
The temporary wedges may need to be moved during adjustments.
4. Insert three rubber wedges to the position as shown in Fig. 9 to obtain the best circumference convergence.
1) Tilting the angle of the yoke up and down adjusts the crossover of both vertical and horizontal red and blue lines. See Fig. 10 (a) and (b).
2) Tilting the angle of the yoke sideways adjusts the parallel convergence of both horizontal and vertical lines at the edges of the screen. See Fig. 11-a and b.
3) Use three rubber wedges (thick and thin rubber wedges are used for a purpose).
4) The angle of each rubber wedges are shown in Fig. 9.
5) After three rubber wedges have been inserted, pull out the temporary wedge.
6) Fix the rubber wedges with chloroprene rubber adhesive.
BLACK AND WHITE TRACKING (With R/G.B. inputs grounded)
1. Set Black Level Control (VR201) to mid point.
2. Set Red and Blue Drive Controls (VR401 & VR402) to their mechanical center.
3. Set the G2 Screen Control (VR406) and the 3 Cut-off Controls (VR403, VR404, & VR405) to minimum
4. Slowly turn up G2 screen control until the first faint color appears.
5. Slowly turn up the other two color cut-off controls in turn to match the first.
6. Remove ground from R/G/B/ inputs. Adjust Red and Blue Drive Controls (VR401 & VR402) for white screen.
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