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Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

Jim Ford
 

Hey, isn't that the guy who fakes 2445's as 2465's?  Just sayin'.Jim Ford Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

-------- Original message --------From: stevenhorii <sonodocsch@gmail.com> Date: 4/2/20 10:08 AM (GMT-08:00) To: TekScopes@groups.io Subject: Re: [TekScopes] Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B If you are looking for a 2465 of any vintage, I suggest checking out theseller “2465b” on eBay. I have no financial connection with the seller, butI have bought items from him. He supplies them fully checked out andcalibrated with a guarantee. The items I bought from him (not a 2465) werevery conservatively described and were in better condition than hedescribed.He specializes in the 2465 and knows all the potential trouble points. Forexample, if you buy one of the scopes he has worked on, one thing he doesis to put heat sinks on the chips that run hot.His prices are not the lowest on eBay, but his knowledge and quality ofwork are hard to beat. If you want a scope that will work for you likelyfor years, look at his listings.SteveOn Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 12:27 Stephen Hanselman <kc4sw.io@kc4sw.com> wrote:> Look at what all the tech gurus are saying, they’re right.  I have used> all of them and find the features of our 2465B (for two of us we have four)> to be the best.>> Chuck is right on target with the franken2465, I have seen some of those> come across my bench.>> So be careful, but get a 2465B.>> Regards,>> Stephen Hanselman> Datagate Systems, LLC> > On Apr 2, 2020, at 07:39, Siggi <siggi@undo.com> wrote:> >> > Hey Ross,> >> > I have both a 2467 (350MHz, contemporary of 2465A) and a 2465. There are> > minimal differences in features between the two scopes - see this link:> >> https://www.tek.com/support/faqs/what-are-differences-between-oscilloscope-models-2465-2465a-and-2465b> > .> > One feature difference that isn't mentioned there is the fan in the 2465> is> > as near silent as makes no difference - so long as the fan motor is in> good> > shape.> > The 2465 is obviously also older, and mine is due for a re-cap and a> re-cal> > by now.> >> > My 2467 has the CTT option, which is quite handy, though I really only> use> > it for the counter.> >> > I haven't noticed these scopes getting warm, but you have to make sure> the> > airflow vents underneath the casework aren't blocked. You don't want to> set> > these down flat on a shelf, with the casework flat against the shelving -> > they want to sit on the legs or raised up by the handle.> >> > Siggi> >> >> On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 6:28 AM Ross Hollinger via groups.io> <rhollinger=> >> protonmail.com@groups.io> wrote:> >>> >> I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work.> I> >> like these scopes, but am torn between the three.  I like the idea on> auto> >> set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B> would> >> be overkill.  About me, I tend to over buy on purpose.  I'm a believer> in> >> buy it once and save money.  The notion of "beginner" or "starter"> anything> >> doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on> any.> >> I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when> >> operating.  Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable.  But> >> then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid.  The thing that> >> concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah,> >> blah.  Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions> >> about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.> >>> >>> >>> >>> >> >> >>> >>


Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

Jan Weber
 

Hi group,

I am sorry for asking, but curiosity has got the better part of me. How is
it done making a Frankenstein 2465 out of a 2445?

Not that I'm planning to do it, I already have a 2465CT and a 2467B.

Regards

Jan


stevenhorii <sonodocsch@gmail.com> schrieb am Do., 2. Apr. 2020, 19:09:

If you are looking for a 2465 of any vintage, I suggest checking out the
seller “2465b” on eBay. I have no financial connection with the seller, but
I have bought items from him. He supplies them fully checked out and
calibrated with a guarantee. The items I bought from him (not a 2465) were
very conservatively described and were in better condition than he
described.

He specializes in the 2465 and knows all the potential trouble points. For
example, if you buy one of the scopes he has worked on, one thing he does
is to put heat sinks on the chips that run hot.

His prices are not the lowest on eBay, but his knowledge and quality of
work are hard to beat. If you want a scope that will work for you likely
for years, look at his listings.

Steve

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 12:27 Stephen Hanselman <kc4sw.io@kc4sw.com> wrote:

Look at what all the tech gurus are saying, they’re right. I have used
all of them and find the features of our 2465B (for two of us we have
four)
to be the best.

Chuck is right on target with the franken2465, I have seen some of those
come across my bench.

So be careful, but get a 2465B.

Regards,

Stephen Hanselman
Datagate Systems, LLC
On Apr 2, 2020, at 07:39, Siggi <siggi@undo.com> wrote:

Hey Ross,

I have both a 2467 (350MHz, contemporary of 2465A) and a 2465. There
are
minimal differences in features between the two scopes - see this link:
https://www.tek.com/support/faqs/what-are-differences-between-oscilloscope-models-2465-2465a-and-2465b
.
One feature difference that isn't mentioned there is the fan in the
2465
is
as near silent as makes no difference - so long as the fan motor is in
good
shape.
The 2465 is obviously also older, and mine is due for a re-cap and a
re-cal
by now.

My 2467 has the CTT option, which is quite handy, though I really only
use
it for the counter.

I haven't noticed these scopes getting warm, but you have to make sure
the
airflow vents underneath the casework aren't blocked. You don't want to
set
these down flat on a shelf, with the casework flat against the
shelving -
they want to sit on the legs or raised up by the handle.

Siggi

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 6:28 AM Ross Hollinger via groups.io
<rhollinger=
protonmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work.
I
like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on
auto
set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B
would
be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer
in
buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter"
anything
doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on
any.
I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot,
when
operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable.
But
then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that
concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah,
blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any
suggestions
about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.









Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B FS

Bert Haskins
 


Re: 453 Calibrator

Brendan
 

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 10:08 AM, Bill wrote:


I set the scope up as per the manuals instructions but can't can't get the
square wave on the screen. Anything else I can check? Can't I just use a
probe and just use one channel at a time?

Thanks,
Bill
Can you take a picture of the front of the scope so we can see how you have it set up?


Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

stevenhorii
 

If you are looking for a 2465 of any vintage, I suggest checking out the
seller “2465b” on eBay. I have no financial connection with the seller, but
I have bought items from him. He supplies them fully checked out and
calibrated with a guarantee. The items I bought from him (not a 2465) were
very conservatively described and were in better condition than he
described.

He specializes in the 2465 and knows all the potential trouble points. For
example, if you buy one of the scopes he has worked on, one thing he does
is to put heat sinks on the chips that run hot.

His prices are not the lowest on eBay, but his knowledge and quality of
work are hard to beat. If you want a scope that will work for you likely
for years, look at his listings.

Steve

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 12:27 Stephen Hanselman <kc4sw.io@kc4sw.com> wrote:

Look at what all the tech gurus are saying, they’re right. I have used
all of them and find the features of our 2465B (for two of us we have four)
to be the best.

Chuck is right on target with the franken2465, I have seen some of those
come across my bench.

So be careful, but get a 2465B.

Regards,

Stephen Hanselman
Datagate Systems, LLC
On Apr 2, 2020, at 07:39, Siggi <siggi@undo.com> wrote:

Hey Ross,

I have both a 2467 (350MHz, contemporary of 2465A) and a 2465. There are
minimal differences in features between the two scopes - see this link:
https://www.tek.com/support/faqs/what-are-differences-between-oscilloscope-models-2465-2465a-and-2465b
.
One feature difference that isn't mentioned there is the fan in the 2465
is
as near silent as makes no difference - so long as the fan motor is in
good
shape.
The 2465 is obviously also older, and mine is due for a re-cap and a
re-cal
by now.

My 2467 has the CTT option, which is quite handy, though I really only
use
it for the counter.

I haven't noticed these scopes getting warm, but you have to make sure
the
airflow vents underneath the casework aren't blocked. You don't want to
set
these down flat on a shelf, with the casework flat against the shelving -
they want to sit on the legs or raised up by the handle.

Siggi

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 6:28 AM Ross Hollinger via groups.io
<rhollinger=
protonmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work.
I
like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on
auto
set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B
would
be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer
in
buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter"
anything
doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on
any.
I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when
operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable. But
then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that
concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah,
blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions
about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.







453 Calibrator

Bill
 

I set the scope up as per the manuals instructions but can't can't get the square wave on the screen. Anything else I can check? Can't I just use a probe and just use one channel at a time?

Thanks,
Bill


Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

Stephen Hanselman
 

Look at what all the tech gurus are saying, they’re right. I have used all of them and find the features of our 2465B (for two of us we have four) to be the best.

Chuck is right on target with the franken2465, I have seen some of those come across my bench.

So be careful, but get a 2465B.

Regards,

Stephen Hanselman
Datagate Systems, LLC

On Apr 2, 2020, at 07:39, Siggi <siggi@undo.com> wrote:

Hey Ross,

I have both a 2467 (350MHz, contemporary of 2465A) and a 2465. There are
minimal differences in features between the two scopes - see this link:
https://www.tek.com/support/faqs/what-are-differences-between-oscilloscope-models-2465-2465a-and-2465b
.
One feature difference that isn't mentioned there is the fan in the 2465 is
as near silent as makes no difference - so long as the fan motor is in good
shape.
The 2465 is obviously also older, and mine is due for a re-cap and a re-cal
by now.

My 2467 has the CTT option, which is quite handy, though I really only use
it for the counter.

I haven't noticed these scopes getting warm, but you have to make sure the
airflow vents underneath the casework aren't blocked. You don't want to set
these down flat on a shelf, with the casework flat against the shelving -
they want to sit on the legs or raised up by the handle.

Siggi

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 6:28 AM Ross Hollinger via groups.io <rhollinger=
protonmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work. I
like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on auto
set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B would
be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer in
buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter" anything
doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on any.
I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when
operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable. But
then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that
concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah,
blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions
about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.





Re: A sick 7603 can it be restored?

Eric
 

That is very true. I am going to get it on the bench again tonight I have a sneaking suspicion I have a massive ripple problem given what I saw on the scope last night. I was able to confirm that the plugins will generate a trace on a working 7K frame so that is good. The -50 is the main reference supply for the frame.

What I saw last night was I was getting very now intensity pulses on the z output of the main board. But it looked like they were riding on about 40mV pk-pk of ripple so I am pretty sure that is not supposed to be there. Getting to the bulk caps in these is a nightmare but hey that is where the fun is.

Eric

-----Original Message-----
From: TekScopes@groups.io <TekScopes@groups.io> On Behalf Of Oz-in-DFW
Sent: Thursday, April 2, 2020 12:05 PM
To: TekScopes@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TekScopes] A sick 7603 can it be restored?

Its been forever since I worked on one. One dim memory I have of these is that all the supplies are interrelated. Anything dragging one down messes up all of the others. They were a pain to troubleshoot.


Re: A sick 7603 can it be restored?

Oz-in-DFW
 

Its been forever since I worked on one. One dim memory I have of these is that all the supplies are interrelated. Anything dragging one down messes up all of the others. They were a pain to troubleshoot.


Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

Siggi
 

Hey Ross,

I have both a 2467 (350MHz, contemporary of 2465A) and a 2465. There are
minimal differences in features between the two scopes - see this link:
https://www.tek.com/support/faqs/what-are-differences-between-oscilloscope-models-2465-2465a-and-2465b
.
One feature difference that isn't mentioned there is the fan in the 2465 is
as near silent as makes no difference - so long as the fan motor is in good
shape.
The 2465 is obviously also older, and mine is due for a re-cap and a re-cal
by now.

My 2467 has the CTT option, which is quite handy, though I really only use
it for the counter.

I haven't noticed these scopes getting warm, but you have to make sure the
airflow vents underneath the casework aren't blocked. You don't want to set
these down flat on a shelf, with the casework flat against the shelving -
they want to sit on the legs or raised up by the handle.

Siggi

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 6:28 AM Ross Hollinger via groups.io <rhollinger=
protonmail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work. I
like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on auto
set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B would
be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer in
buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter" anything
doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on any.
I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when
operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable. But
then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that
concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah,
blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions
about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.




Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

victor.silva
 

Chuck,

Excellent! Couldn't have said it better.

--Victor


Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

tekscopegroup@...
 

On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 03:52 AM, Tom Gardner wrote:

The three SMD caps on the A5 board should be replaced before they leak.
There are actually a total of 4 caps that need to be replaced. Three are in one group near the NVRAM chip, the other is located towards the right hand side top corner of the board.


Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

Chuck Harris <cfharris@...>
 

I don't know where you heard that they overheat. They do not.
They also do not get real hot when operating. The only time
they have a problem with heat is when run in the sun in a
desert... Or when kitty decides to fill the scope with leftover
fur. If house cleaning is not a completely foreign concept to
you, you should be fine.

The power supplies are intensely reliable, and very, very hard
to damage. But, they are also old. The capacitors used in the
switching sections of the supply do wear out, just like in any
other power supply.

Each of the scopes you mention was the top of its class at the
time it was offered. And they were not offered concurrently.

So, they are not starter scopes, or beginner scopes, but rather
just scopes. Very high quality, and popular scopes.

The original member of the series, the 2465 was a ground breaker
when it was introduced. It was a replacement for the venerable,
and highly popular 465, only it was microprocessor controlled,
had digital readout built on screen, measurement cursors, was
much more compact... and sported an honest 300MHz bandwidth.

In my experience, the 2465 operates the smoothest of the whole
family, because it had a CPU card that was designed to easily
support the needs of the scope, rather a scope that was designed
to fully utilize all of the capabilities of the CPU card.

The 2465A and B enhanced the operation to eliminate any controls
that were wired directly to the circuit they controlled... putting
the CPU card in between. But, they use exactly the same CPU and
the same clock frequency as the older 2465. This causes control
functions to stutter and balk from time to time as the CPU gets
around to servicing the control function. It also causes controls
that get moved while power is off, to have their rotation range,
become oddly biased... For instance, if you turn the scope off
while intensity is in mid range, and then turn the intensity knob
to the off position, on next power-up you will find that you can only
brighten the intensity from there, not dim it. You have to run
the intensity control its full range to get it to reset.

The Auto setup feature is nothing but marketing fluff. Nobody
needs such a feature after about a day's worth of scope use.

The only time I ever use the AUTO button is when I am testing a
customer's scope for full functionality. It is never necessary in
real life.

The same goes for all the other features in that control group.

I expect that you would be happy with any one of the scopes you
mentioned.

If you buy a "B" model, be warned that there are lots of franken
scopes modified from 2445B models, rebadged as 2465B. If you buy
any scope from someone whose ebay id is the same as that model,
be sure to get his assurances that he is selling you a genuine
scope that came from the tektronix factory as a 2465B. He will
know what you mean. You might want to look elsewhere.

-Chuck Harris

Ross Hollinger via groups.io wrote:

I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work. I like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on auto set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B would be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer in buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter" anything doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on any. I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable. But then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah, blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.




Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

GerryR <totalautomation1@...>
 

Hello Ross,
I have a 2565A that I am thinking of selling. It hasn't been re-capped (no issues there) but has had a new battery recently installed, and I have been through the recalibration procedure. It is in excellent condition. No issues that I know of. I am selling it complete with 3 probes (350 MHz) and with a Tektronix active probe (900 MHz) complete kit, and some extras. The power supply for the probe is a powerblock from Phoenix that I bought and added the proper connector for the probe. If you are interested, let me know; I was about to put it on EBay. I can send pictures and provide further details. I am retired and do not find as much use for it as I once needed.

Regards,
GerryR
KK4GER

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ross Hollinger via groups.io" <rhollinger=protonmail.com@groups.io>
To: <TekScopes@groups.io>
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 11:31 PM
Subject: [TekScopes] Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B


I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work. I like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on auto set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B would be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer in buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter" anything doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on any. I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable. But then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah, blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.


Re: Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

Tom Gardner
 

I have had both 2465s and 2445Bs. I've sold my B and kept the 2465.

The first question I would ask is whether a scope is the right instrument for your HF work. You should understand how the sensitivity and linearity and the input capacitance (=> VSWR) will affect whatever you want to do. Frequently for RF work a 50ohm spectrum analyser is more appropriate.

Secondly, 24x5s don't have an internal battery for the calibration constants, which is an advantage to me. Replacing that battery isn't trivial.

All 24x5x should have their delayed action smoke generators (RIFA filter caps) replaced; I've had one remove part of the PCB prepreg when it erupted. Replacing other PSU caps is desirable.

The three SMD caps on the A5 board should be replaced before they leak.

Finally, your point about the autosetup. To me it is only a minor convenience; learning how to setup a scope is easy and an essential skill. Auto measurement is more convenient, but not essential since manually moving cursors isn't that difficult!

My opinion: if you want a scope, get a working 2465 which has had the caps replaced. YMMV.

On 01/04/20 04:31, Ross Hollinger via groups.io wrote:
I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work. I like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on auto set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B would be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer in buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter" anything doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on any. I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable. But then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah, blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.


Tektronix 2465, 2465A, or 2465B

Ross Hollinger
 

I am new to scopes and am looking for a good analog scope for HF work. I like these scopes, but am torn between the three. I like the idea on auto set up, which would leave the 2465 out, but I don't know if the 2465B would be overkill. About me, I tend to over buy on purpose. I'm a believer in buy it once and save money. The notion of "beginner" or "starter" anything doesn't resonate with me - if you can learn on one, you can learn on any. I have read that the 2400 series tend to overheat, or get real hot, when operating. Also, that the power supplies are less than desirable. But then, those are a few opinions that may not be valid. The thing that concerns me would be having to replace older caps that may leak, blah, blah. Are there any thoughts about these, and are there any suggestions about where to look for refurbished units from good repair facilities.


Re: New 2465 Seimens brushless motor

Ed Breya
 

I haven't seen a Seimens brand fan/motor in a long time, but I think I have some buried somewhere. I just took a look at a Buehler one, which is of similar construction, but does not contain Hall elements, and only has four pins. I don't recall ever having problems soldering the pins, at least on the Buehlers. Scraping off a bit of the apparent tin or solder plating, these leads look like brass.

If the Seimens ones have the built-in Hall elements, it's possible that they needed an alloy that could be spot welded to the Hall's leads (which as I recall, was the attachment method), and without having much magnetic effect. So, a nonmagnetic alloy compatible with the Hall's leads, and that could be plated with something to make it solderable, would be the right thing. After many years, maybe the plating rots out, leaving an alloy that's hard to solder, even when cleaned and fluxed up well.

A possible candidate may be a nickel alloy like german silver (which has no silver in it at all - just a name). There are all sorts of ways to solder the nickel alloys, usually with silver type solders, potent fluxes, and fairly high temperatures. It's likely that all the pins used to build the motor were formed and plated before being molded or inserted into the plastic endplate, so heat was not an issue. The spot welding would have been quick and cool, so no problem either. Trying to redo it now at high heat presents a problem.

If you study up on the nickel alloys, you may find a workable recipe and cooler method to re-tin the leads without wrecking the plastic. I recall long ago, I bought a pound roll of special food-grade Ag-Sn solid core solder for use with virtually all types of stainless steel. I think it's about 40% Ag, and was very expensive. I've used it a few times, with HCl or Borax flux. I don't recall if it could melt with an iron, but definitely a torch, of course.

I once patched a small SS hemostat that was cracked right at the box joint. I put a gob of this stuff over the crack, and it has held up OK for over forty years.

Ed


WTB: Front panel trim for TDS7054

Tom B
 

Hello All,

I am looking for the front panel trim for a TDS7054.  Tektronix part number is 101-0151-01.  I think this is the same as TDS7054, TDS7104, and TDS/CSA7404. Anybody have one to sell?

Tom Bryan


Re: Tektronix 191 Constant Amplitude Signal Generator

Ken Eckert
 

You should get the matching units :) 184 time mark generator, 067-0502-00
calibration fixture and 106 square wave generator :)

On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, Bill via groups.io <ko4nrbs=yahoo.com@groups.io>
wrote:

This thing is a work of art!!
https://imgur.com/RGeLVGW
https://imgur.com/CxT7qY3
https://imgur.com/BLCDDF7

Still works very well. No so-so parts were used during it's
manufacture!! Was going to buy something more modern but I think I will by
a counter instead.

Bill




Re: 2430A Fails Repet

Rich Frahm
 

Yes Siggi - As soon as I did a proper cold start everything passed with flying colors! My next step was going to be to check the manual to see how the position controls work, but thanks to you I don't have to. They work as you suggest. But the switches at the end of travel all appear to be a little sticky. I'm hoping they free up after a little usage but I may have to see how difficult it is to get to them and get some cleaner on them.

Thanks for all your help...I do appreciate it. I think I now have a fully functioning scope and it's up to me to use it a bit and try to get used to it!

Rich

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