Re: Introduction of myself!


You need patience to snag bargains on Ebay. Some sellers want a lot for the
7M11 because they don't know what it is or because it may seem rare. But
others are happy to get rid of it since there is little demand for it. The
asking price will vary accordingly. I have seen them for a lot of money and
for very little money. Often, the price you are willing to pay will depend
on how fast you want it. Some of the things I have been looking for don't
show up more often than once every 5 years. I don't mind waiting for 5 years
if the price is right.
Dennis Tillman W7PF

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Sent: Sunday, February 14, 2016 7:25 PM
Subject: RE: [TekScopes] Introduction of myself!

I have a 067-0625-00 peak to peak detector that has a pair of good mercury
batteries in it, but according to part numbers and specs, not only are they
the wrong ones, they are much higher capacity. Same voltage, though.
Regardless of whether that is a feasible option, I would definitely be more
than willing/happy to perform modifications to the unit to accommodate
modern batteries. There is a local machine shop that would be more than
happy to design and make adapters if necessary. I may not have all that
much experience, but I've got the determination and an open mind!

As for the 7M11 dual analog delay lines, they appear to be more expensive
than I just paid for my 7854, a matching 7B87 timebase, AND a 7A24
amplifier..... so unless I have no choice, I prefer to avoid. Doesn't the
564 use the same type of custom line as the 7M11 for it's delay, though?

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