On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 10:45 AM, Raymond Domp Frank wrote:
On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 11:23 PM, Stephen wrote:
Actually, Tektronix had factories in three locations in Europe:
It’s a European made scope, so the serial number starts with 70xxxxx.
Units with serial numbers starting with 1 were made in Guernsey (Channel
Units with serial numbers starting with 2 were made in London (UK)
Units with serial numbers starting with 7 were made in Heerenveen
Unfortunately, there is no way to cross-reference serial numbers between
factories; each used their own serialization.
Have a look for the main board number; it should have the form of 670-xxxx-yy
and is usually located near the Beam Finder switch.
Indeed. I also found that, European made models are often closer to higher serial numbers in the US.
Board serial number is GC-2773-06. That’s all there is that I can see.https://groups.io/g/TekScopes/photo/262670/0?p=Created
If the link doesn’t work, scroll through the pictures.
Also, that resistor and solder joint next to it, don’t look to good. They seem to have been to hell and back...