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Subject: Re: not to dismantle the KS36000
From: Karl Cunningham karlc@..........
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 14:55:09 -0700

Dr. Hutt told me this morning that they have one technical manual, and it 
is about 500 pages.  They are willing to make a limited number of copies in 
their office for interested parties.  I would be willing to get a copy from 
Dr. Hutt and arrange to get copies made (probably $10-15 each) and send 
them out to those interested.

Dr. Hutt also reiterated that since there is a limited number of the setup 
and calibration boxes available, hopefully the PSN members can share one 
and ship it around to those that need it.

Also, does anyone know if the helium pressure inside each individual sensor 
might have been used to center the mass within its range?  The pressure may 
have been set during production as a means of compensating for 
manufacturing tolerances in the spring and mechanism.


At 04:11 PM 4/30/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>I think that the analog electronics should be relatively
>easy to work with (no mysterious embedded micros), especially if
>the manuals can be found. (Has anyone asked Dr. Hutt about these?).


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