I've had a 545B as one of my favorite bench scopes going on 15 years. For
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the size of the manual and how much you saved on your purchase I would
recommend buying an original manual from one of the test equipment manual
vendors. Probably $50-$75 you are looking at. No sweep? Or no beam (no
HV)? Good luck.
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From: "nywfre" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2003 2:45 AM
Subject: [TekScopes] I need a manual for a 545B...
Hello out there--
I just acquired a beautiful 545B with a bunch of plugins, including,
happily, the calibrator, and a passle of tubes. It was 'working'
when I acquired it through a third party (for the princely sum of
$10, so I'm hardly complaining..), but when I fired it up found no
Does anyone have a manual that they can tell me how big a tome I'm
looking at copying? Cost permitting, I'll pay the possessor of said
manual to reproduce it at some print shop and post it to me. At the
moment, even a scan off the appropriate section of the scats would be
wonderful, as something to start from.
Any help is appreciated...
Oh, and does anyone out there have a spare power supply for a 2246
that they're willing to part with, or know where I might find one?
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