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MIL-M-38510/117C
NOTES:
1.  Heavy current paths (I 1.0 A) are indicated by bold lines.
2.  Kelvin connections must be used for all output current and voltage measurements.
3.  The operational amplifier stabilization networks may vary with test adapter construction.
Alternate drive circuits for the 2N6294 may be used to develop the proper load current and input
voltage pulses.
4.  The pulse generator for the pulse load circuit shall have the following characteristics.
(See device table III.)
a.  Voltage level (VI) = -10[ |IL| - (VOUT / (R1 + R2)] volts. (Referenced to 5 volts).
Pulse width (tp2) = 25 s.
b.
c.
Duty cycle = 3% (maximum).
tTHL = tTLH = 1.0 s for device types 01 and 02.
d.
tTHL = tTLH = 5.0 s for device types 03, 04, 05, and 06.
e.
Difference voltage level (ĆVI) = 10 (IL) volts.
f.
ĆVOUT = 500 mV maximum for device type 01.
5.
a.
ĆVOUT = 1,000 mV maximum for device type 02.
b.
ĆVOUT = 120 mV maximum for device types 03, 04, 05, and 06.
c.
(These values guarantee the specified limits for load transient response.)
6.
The oscilloscope shall have a bandwidth between 5 and 15 MHz.
7.
Resistors R1 and R2 shall be type RER 70 or equivalent.
FIGURE 14. Load transient response test circuit Continued.
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