Slightly OT: SR-52 Service manual
hp-fix at xs4all.nl
Wed Sep 3 13:44:19 CDT 2008
The Ti-59 cardreader does not use a optical detector.
The SR-52 uses a switch to detect the card insertion and after that the
'opto' for card edge detection and write protection.
I suspect there should be some delay in the motor drive circuitry , to
ensure that card is pulled out far enough, to get it free from the capstand.
But I need the schema to find this out.
So ik some one has a copy or a scan of it, I would be very happy.
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Onderwerp: Re: Slightly OT: SR-52 Service manual
Rik Bos wrote:
> I'm bussy restoring a Ti SR-52 and having some trouble with the card
> So I'm searching for a schematic diagram or service manual.
I had a paper copy around 1979, which wasn't too hard to get at the time.
IIRC, I just called TI's Lubbock, TX office and asked for a copy, and they
sent it to me. I doubt that they have them any more, but if they were
easily obtained (unlike HP calculator service manuals), there are probably
people out there that still have copies.
The TI-58/59 service manual is more commonly available. It's possible that
the card reader is similar enough for that manual to be useful to you.
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