Re: Sony/Tektronix 336 and 336A, differences? Tektronix blue paint?

 

DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT DIFFERENCES THERE ARE BETWEEN THESE TWO VERSIONS?
Part of the MSR from Oct 88:

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HandHeld & Sony/Tektronix Introduce the new 336A

The HandHeld Business Unit is proud to announce the introduction of the Sony/Tektronix 336A 50 MHz Digital Storage Oscilloscope. The 336A is an enhanced version of the 336, first introduced in 1983. The new 336A is the same as the 336 with the following enhancements:

336 A 336
Autosetup of Standard NA
Time & Voltage

Sample Rate 20 MS/s 1 MS/s

GPIB Standard Optional

Memory 16 kbyte 2 kbyte with
optional 14 more
Front Panel
Setup/Save/Recall 8 Stored Setups NA

Single Shot BW 2.8 MHz 140 kHz

These enhancements alone bring the 336A into todays world of technologv. Add cursors, on screen readout, plotter output, delayed sweep, delay time. 50 MHz analog BW, 50 MHz repetitve store, X10 mag, and a new human interface. No more digging through complex menus to perform simple tasks. A simple push of a button is all that is required for measurements and modes of operation. As with all Sony/Tektronix oscilloscopes, the new 336A is compact, lightweight and durable.
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/HÃ¥kan

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