Posts tagged ‘Keithley 706’

Keithley 706 RTC Upgrade – How to Make Any Clock More Accurate

The builtin real-time clock (RTC) in my Keithley 706 works rather nicely as a clock in my lab when the scanner is not in use. The 7-segment displays are big and clear and they are two dedicated displays for the seconds which comes in quite handy. However the main drawback of this auxiliary clock functionality is that, well, it is not very accurate. It is rather annoying when I need to adjust the clock every couple of days to make sure it remains correct. Continue reading ‘Keithley 706 RTC Upgrade – How to Make Any Clock More Accurate’ »

Keithley 706 Scanner Teardown

I bought this Keithley 706 scanner on eBay a while ago. This scanner can take up to ten different scanner cards and is typically used in an automated testing environment. In this blog post, I will show some of the teardown pictures and a couple of the scanner cards (7064, 7152) included in this unit. A quick teardown video is included towards the end. Continue reading ‘Keithley 706 Scanner Teardown’ »