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OH5FED 11th April 2010 03:26 PM

Brel & Kjr Type 1023 Sine Generator

I have old broken Brel & Kjr 1023 sine generator and need maintenance manual or just schematic diagrams for it.

Can anybody help?

I have asked manual or schematics direct from Brel & Kjr and their agents, but they state, that they dont have product support for those old equipments anymore.

joaquim 28th May 2010 03:24 PM

Moi! Well your not alone, I've obtained one three days ago, and it seems to work, but a circuit diagram and a user manual wouldn't be totally wrong... If you search for "1023" at Brel&Kjr website you can get some service and tech specs, so you know how to connect the unit, I've also the Distortion Measurement Cntrl Unit Type 1902, and likewise, no service manual... but there are some info of the net, that is of some use anyways! Terveisin, Routsista. Du kanske kan svenska rent av.... :D

tomchr 28th May 2010 10:31 PM

Manuals Plus - Test Equipment Manuals
ARTEK MEDIA (eBay ID: artekmedia)

Those are my preferred suppliers of manuals.


Bassamps 1st June 2010 08:42 PM

I have little info about BK1902 and 1023

If you need moore info try with SP in Sweden . (or a similar Calibration company i Finland.)

jez 25th August 2010 03:18 PM

I have the service manual for the 1023. Bit busy at the moment but will see if I can send a copy in the near future.

aviator 10th July 2011 09:08 AM

Service Manual request
Could somebody send to me the service manual of the 1023?

vikica 3rd November 2012 12:20 PM

I would also need the User Manual.
If you could be an accessibility....

Ignite Engineering 29th July 2013 07:37 PM

Does anyone have a PDF service manual for the B&K 1023 Sine Generator? I've got a damaged one that I'm trying to repair. Something on the PSU board is loading the -15 V rail with about 3 Amps.


as_audio 10th January 2015 10:18 AM

I found my 1023 service manual and can do paper copies on request.


Originally Posted by Ignite Engineering (Post 3577962)
Something on the PSU board is loading the -15 V rail with about 3 Amps.

Have a look at C314 and C315 1u5F tantalum caps (one of these is hidden under a cable tree) on this board.

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