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Re: Up to date capacitor list for Tek 2465A and 2465B scopes (2018)

Timothy
 

For C1120 10 µF 100 ELCTLT --> 10 µF 160 ,
Can I use https://www.digikey.com/products/en?keywords=493-11505-1-ND or is there some benefit to using a 160V cap?


Re: Up to date capacitor list for Tek 2465A and 2465B scopes (2018)

Timothy
 

Its mostly correct, but I found an error, maybe two.

C1065 .056 µF 250 MTLZD .056 µF 300 Vishay Polyester Film 399-7635-ND
The lead spacing is to wide for the replacement part. Should be 7.62mm but the part is 14.50mm. I could not find a part that fits from Kemet or Vishay @ Digi-key.

C1050 0.22 µF 400 PLSTC 0.22 400 Kemet Polyester 495-4473-ND
The lead spacing is not far enough, are you adding tinned copper wire to lengthen the lead or is this a mistake?

C1130 10 µF 100 ELCTLT 10 µF 160 Nichicon PW 493-11888-3-ND
Link bring up minimum quantity of 500, I think you can use this link instead https://www.digikey.com/products/en?keywords=493-1994-ND ?
FYI I ordered these and they sent the wrong part. I will find out sometime tomorrow if they have corrected the issue and post an update.


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Re: OT: AT5005 spectrum analyzer display

 

Upload it to the files section?

Regards

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Hello Ed, I used to have a Hameg 5005 which should be the same as your AT 5005. I have the service and operating manuals including schematics and alignment instructions. I'll be happy to send them to you if you send me your email address.

Rich F. r221b@...


Re: OT: AT5005 spectrum analyzer display

r221b@juno.com
 

Hello Ed, I used to have a Hameg 5005 which should be the same as your AT 5005. I have the service and operating manuals including schematics and alignment instructions. I'll be happy to send them to you if you send me your email address.

Rich F. r221b@...


Re: NEW to the group

Raymond Cote
 

I knew some on the Marshall, but drawing a blank where or when.

On Jun 13, 2018, at 19:36, Raymond Cote <@Bluegrass> wrote:

Just might have. I was 627 and 654 blue. Remember Franco and occasionally caught some marine or sailors drunk on the beach. A shot in the head was the punishment. I was in Scotland when there was a fire in the brig of the tender (forget which one, maybe the Canopus)and we lost a few sailors). We had to fire up the reactor and haul ass away from the danger just in case. Fastest I ever saw the nucs move. Maybe 67?

While in Rota, one if our bombers accidentally dropped a “big”!weapon and it made world news. Don’t know dates. Of course google has no info in either event but it was talked about everywhere.

Interesting times.

On Jun 13, 2018, at 18:18, Joel R Kist <joel-kist@...> wrote:

Interesting: Our paths may have crossed ... Home was the GCM Blue so we went the same places. I was in Roto when Franco died my last deployment.

Thanks for the welcome brother -- Joel

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:35 PM
To: TekScopes@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TekScopes] NEW to the group



On Jun 13, 2018, at 13:02, Joel R Kist <joel-kist@...> wrote:

About (Hiroshima)-- I would not say everyone at least in the USA; most do not know who are presidents past of the USA !!

Hi, my name is Joel and I have been reading the group messages for some time now and enjoy them. I was a sonar technician (Submarines)in the US Navy sometime ago, very early (1970's). Now retired I am drawn back to playing with the "TRONS". It is easy to see there is a abundance of knowledge here. I look forward to being guided by the group on some projects.

Joel

Hi Joel. Welcome to the group from another bubble head. I was a SINS technician, navy center late 60’s early 70’s. Operated Rota Spain and Holy Lock Scotland. Interesting work, interesting times.
Ray
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Re: NEW to the group

Raymond Cote
 

Just might have. I was 627 and 654 blue. Remember Franco and occasionally caught some marine or sailors drunk on the beach. A shot in the head was the punishment. I was in Scotland when there was a fire in the brig of the tender (forget which one, maybe the Canopus)and we lost a few sailors). We had to fire up the reactor and haul ass away from the danger just in case. Fastest I ever saw the nucs move. Maybe 67?

While in Rota, one if our bombers accidentally dropped a “big”!weapon and it made world news. Don’t know dates. Of course google has no info in either event but it was talked about everywhere.

Interesting times.

On Jun 13, 2018, at 18:18, Joel R Kist <joel-kist@...> wrote:

Interesting: Our paths may have crossed ... Home was the GCM Blue so we went the same places. I was in Roto when Franco died my last deployment.

Thanks for the welcome brother -- Joel

-----Original Message-----
From: TekScopes@groups.io [mailto:TekScopes@groups.io] On Behalf Of Raymond Cote
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:35 PM
To: TekScopes@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TekScopes] NEW to the group



On Jun 13, 2018, at 13:02, Joel R Kist <joel-kist@...> wrote:

About (Hiroshima)-- I would not say everyone at least in the USA; most do not know who are presidents past of the USA !!

Hi, my name is Joel and I have been reading the group messages for some time now and enjoy them. I was a sonar technician (Submarines)in the US Navy sometime ago, very early (1970's). Now retired I am drawn back to playing with the "TRONS". It is easy to see there is a abundance of knowledge here. I look forward to being guided by the group on some projects.

Joel

Hi Joel. Welcome to the group from another bubble head. I was a SINS technician, navy center late 60’s early 70’s. Operated Rota Spain and Holy Lock Scotland. Interesting work, interesting times.
Ray
KD9CCZ




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Re: NEW to the group

Joel R Kist
 

Interesting: Our paths may have crossed ... Home was the GCM Blue so we went the same places. I was in Roto when Franco died my last deployment.

Thanks for the welcome brother -- Joel

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:35 PM
To: TekScopes@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TekScopes] NEW to the group



On Jun 13, 2018, at 13:02, Joel R Kist <joel-kist@...> wrote:

About (Hiroshima)-- I would not say everyone at least in the USA; most do not know who are presidents past of the USA !!

Hi, my name is Joel and I have been reading the group messages for some time now and enjoy them. I was a sonar technician (Submarines)in the US Navy sometime ago, very early (1970's). Now retired I am drawn back to playing with the "TRONS". It is easy to see there is a abundance of knowledge here. I look forward to being guided by the group on some projects.

Joel

Hi Joel. Welcome to the group from another bubble head. I was a SINS technician, navy center late 60’s early 70’s. Operated Rota Spain and Holy Lock Scotland. Interesting work, interesting times.
Ray
KD9CCZ




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Re: NEW to the group

Raymond Cote
 

On Jun 13, 2018, at 13:02, Joel R Kist <joel-kist@...> wrote:

About (Hiroshima)-- I would not say everyone at least in the USA; most do not know who are presidents past of the USA !!

Hi, my name is Joel and I have been reading the group messages for some time now and enjoy them. I was a sonar technician (Submarines)in the US Navy sometime ago, very early (1970's). Now retired I am drawn back to playing with the "TRONS". It is easy to see there is a abundance of knowledge here. I look forward to being guided by the group on some projects.

Joel

Hi Joel. Welcome to the group from another bubble head. I was a SINS technician, navy center late 60’s early 70’s. Operated Rota Spain and Holy Lock Scotland. Interesting work, interesting times.
Ray
KD9CCZ


Re: Upgraded, stub tuned, Tektronix SG-504 leveling head back online for a last run

mosaicmerc
 

Ok, 5 of the 10 are spoken for so far.

thx

Ancel


Re: Upgraded, stub tuned, Tektronix SG-504 leveling head back online for a last run

John Griessen
 

On 06/13/2018 05:16 PM, John Griessen wrote:
Hiroshima Diary by John Hersey M.D.
Should be:
Hiroshima Diary by Michiko Hachiya M. D.


Re: Upgraded, stub tuned, Tektronix SG-504 leveling head back online for a last run

John Griessen
 

On 06/13/2018 09:16 AM, Ancel wrote:
BTW, one went to Hiroshima. First time shipping there....I guess everyone knows where that is.
Yes, Hiroshima Diary by John Hersey M.D.


Re: What removes sticker residue without hurting the blue paint?

Richard Knoppow
 

FWIW, the contents of brand name solvents like Ronsonol are in their MSDS available via the web. The MSDS also usually list the CAS numbers of the constituents.
There are some tutorials on solvents on the web. They are classified in various ways such as polar (will mix with water) and non-polar (will not mix with water). These are helpful in finding out what they will dissolve.
I use naphtha on camera shutters, its a good degreaser. Ronsonol seems to be quite pure and does not leave a residue but is more expensive than naphtha from the paint store.
I had not known that Bestine thinner was hexane. That's useful to know because hexane is a good solvent for a number of things. I have not bought Bestine for some time but think the last I got was in an art supply store.
I think I will take your word for the cool flame part.

On 6/13/2018 2:33 PM, Chuck Harris wrote:
Naptha is a very non aggressive burning solvent.
It is what fire eaters squirt in their mouths to
"breath fire". You can dip your hand in it, and
light it off, and all that happens is a cool flame.
I can't lay the same claim for coleman fuel, or white
gas, which are hexane and septane. VM&P Naptha and
Ronsin lighter fluid are the same, and are always very
pure.
-Chuck Harris
--
Richard Knoppow
dickburk@...
WB6KBL


Re: NEW to the group

Mlynch001
 
Edited

And NO! I do not want to EVER see that terrible force be used again. We should never forget how terrible war is, not just these bombs, which took the lives of a very small percentage of the 50 Million Plus lives that were lost in WWII.

--
Michael Lynch
Dardanelle, AR


Re: NEW to the group

Mlynch001
 

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 11:35 am, EricJ wrote:


I should hope that no one ever forgets about Hiroshima. Or Nagasaki. It would
seem difficult not to know about the places hit with the most deadly and
indiscriminatory bombs in the history of the world. Although they seemed
necessary at the time, hopefully they will never be used again.
--Eric
Sent from my Samsung Galaxy S8.
-------- Original message --------From: Joel R Kist <joel-kist@...> Date:
6/13/18 10:28 AM (GMT-06:00) To: TekScopes@groups.io Subject: Re:
[TekScopes] NEW to the group
About (Hiroshima)-- I would not say everyone at least in the USA; most do not
know who are presidents past of the USA !!

Hi, my name is Joel and I have been reading the group messages for some time
now and enjoy them. I was a sonar technician (Submarines)in the US Navy
sometime ago, very early (1970's). Now retired I am drawn back to playing with
the "TRONS". It is easy to see there is a abundance of knowledge here. I look
forward to being guided by the group on some projects.

Joel

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From: TekScopes@groups.io [mailto:TekScopes@groups.io] On Behalf Of Ancel
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 10:17 AM
To: TekScopes@groups.io
Subject: Re: [TekScopes] Upgraded, stub tuned, Tektronix SG-504 leveling head
back online for a last run

BTW, one went to Hiroshima. First time shipping there....I guess everyone
knows where that is.
Ancel




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Eric,

Actually, Hiroshima and Nagasaki were neither of those. Several other fire bombings in Japan killed more civilians. The most deadly such raid took place in Tokyo on March 9th, 1945. This one raid killed at least 100,000 civilians and left over 1,000,000 more homeless. The Tokyo raid was pivotal in the decision to use the atomic bomb, since such a loss of civilian life appeared to do nothing to bring the Japanese leaders to the point of surrender. We bombed all of the major industrial locations in Japan, in fact, these two cities were some of the very few that had suffered little or no damage in previous attacks, still the Japanese leaders refused to surrender. What the atomic bomb did was to bring even the most ardent Japanese war hawks to the realization and acceptance that they faced total annihilation and extinction as a nation. Truman played the bluff card and told the Japanese that we would continue to reign these bombs on the Empire if they did not surrender. The fear that the next bomb would be dropped on Tokyo was the key. The truth was, we had no more atomic bombs that could have immediately been used. What is not taught or barely glossed over in the revisionist history books is that these two bombs, as terrible as they were, saved Millions of Japanese and American lives that would have been lost in the invasion of the Japanese Home islands. One only needs to look at the invasion of Okinawa as a preview of what such an invasion would have cost in blood and treasure. What is more disgusting and despicable is the total disregard of the Japanese leaders to the terrible suffering and loss of life among their own people. Like the NAZI's in Europe, the Japanese leadership was more worried about saving face and having to admit that the Allies, led by the USA in the Pacific had soundly beaten the supposedly "Superior" Japanese warrior. The Japanese continuously underestimated the US resolve, our fighting spirit and most of all, our industrial capacity.

--
Michael Lynch
Dardanelle, AR


Re: What removes sticker residue without hurting the blue paint?

Chuck Harris
 

Naptha is a very non aggressive burning solvent.

It is what fire eaters squirt in their mouths to
"breath fire". You can dip your hand in it, and
light it off, and all that happens is a cool flame.

I can't lay the same claim for coleman fuel, or white
gas, which are hexane and septane. VM&P Naptha and
Ronsin lighter fluid are the same, and are always very
pure.

-Chuck Harris

Pete Lancashire wrote:

I would assume you do this outside ? My insurance provider would frown on
doing something like this within 50 feet of the house or garage. I'm almost
tempted to try it and cause a spark and see what happens :-)

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018, 10:11 AM David Hess <@DWH> wrote:

A hot air gun and naphtha (lighter fluid) are my first choices.
Lighter fluid and hardware store naphtha may have contaminates so
purer options are heptane or Bestine Solvent and Thinner which is used
for rubber cement and commonly available. Plastic safe contact
cleaner for switches is another source.


Re: Looking to buy or trade a simple XY monitor

Pete Lancashire
 

Sorry one more spam

J. Mcvein email me directly we have been communicating all the time via the
Group IO list

-pete

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 2:14 PM Pete Lancashire <xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

I am totally sorry how this went from private to the group. I will stop
until I get it or myself back on track

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 2:07 PM Pete Lancashire <xyzzypdx@...>
wrote:

I have to get ready to meet my brother at the hotel we are both staying
at.
What is the latest I can call ?

Interested in anything TTY, the Dovetron I'm going to hook up to first
is a
8000A. going to fake the signal into a little 100mW transmitter, then a
receiver, the Dovetron and then into a Model 28. The source of "news" is
a
feed via streaming audio.

Once all setup I;m going to have my estate try to donate to OMSI. If they
don't want .. then to any other museum that will pay for the shipping.

-pete

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 1:55 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hoo-Boy the bridge. There is no good time. I'm off SR 14 exit 3, 6800
SE
Riverside Dr. Interests are General analog DC to RF, Old avionics, to
things the govt used to own. I discovered the tek store in 1966, when
I
was 10. In the late 70's I always smelled like hot teletype oil. I
still
have a Dovetron and a Frederick 1280 around here, but not much action
anymore.
I'm usually around here unless I am not. 503-348-8173

JimMc

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 1:02:24 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

I will over the next few months have (well others are doing it for me)
literally tons of Tek HP, etc gear, parts, etc. We are hoping to find a
store/warehouse to rent for 6-12 months. thats how much there is.

What is your general interest ? BTW my use for the monitor is to hook
up
to
a TTY decoder (HF Modem). That has an X-Y output on the back. Not the
same
but close !

I'm in North Portland where in Vanc are you ? I'm a bit busy this week
have
family visiting and don't want to go over the bridge on the bad times

-pete



On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:55 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I don't need much in the tek domain right now. You can have the 608
in
anticipation of future tek parts needs that I might have. It has no
options listed, BNC's out the back with no loop-thru, no graticule
on a
P31
(I assume) CRT. #B029502 I was using it as a display on a WJ spook
set.
JimMc
On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 12:28:56 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

Are you looking for an even trade for the 608 for a 1101. Or just
looking
for an 1101 ? As I clean out my estate I can put you on the
Whiteboard
for
one.

What are you asking for the 608 by itself and what options does it
have
there were dozens of different boards CRT types gradicals Etc

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018, 12:14 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Pete -
608??Have one here in Vanc, gathering dust.I could use a 1101 probe
supply
in the metal box..
JimMc

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 9:50:42 AM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

Either the old 602 or one of the newer models. Only need one or
two
megahertz bandwidth. Plenty of older Tek gear to trade or cash.
Could
entertain an HP but being it retired from tektronix I have a
preference
:-).

-pete






















Re: Looking to buy or trade a simple XY monitor

Pete Lancashire
 

I am totally sorry how this went from private to the group. I will stop
until I get it or myself back on track

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 2:07 PM Pete Lancashire <xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

I have to get ready to meet my brother at the hotel we are both staying at.
What is the latest I can call ?

Interested in anything TTY, the Dovetron I'm going to hook up to first is a
8000A. going to fake the signal into a little 100mW transmitter, then a
receiver, the Dovetron and then into a Model 28. The source of "news" is a
feed via streaming audio.

Once all setup I;m going to have my estate try to donate to OMSI. If they
don't want .. then to any other museum that will pay for the shipping.

-pete

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 1:55 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hoo-Boy the bridge. There is no good time. I'm off SR 14 exit 3, 6800
SE
Riverside Dr. Interests are General analog DC to RF, Old avionics, to
things the govt used to own. I discovered the tek store in 1966, when I
was 10. In the late 70's I always smelled like hot teletype oil. I
still
have a Dovetron and a Frederick 1280 around here, but not much action
anymore.
I'm usually around here unless I am not. 503-348-8173

JimMc

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 1:02:24 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

I will over the next few months have (well others are doing it for me)
literally tons of Tek HP, etc gear, parts, etc. We are hoping to find a
store/warehouse to rent for 6-12 months. thats how much there is.

What is your general interest ? BTW my use for the monitor is to hook up
to
a TTY decoder (HF Modem). That has an X-Y output on the back. Not the
same
but close !

I'm in North Portland where in Vanc are you ? I'm a bit busy this week
have
family visiting and don't want to go over the bridge on the bad times

-pete



On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:55 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I don't need much in the tek domain right now. You can have the 608
in
anticipation of future tek parts needs that I might have. It has no
options listed, BNC's out the back with no loop-thru, no graticule on a
P31
(I assume) CRT. #B029502 I was using it as a display on a WJ spook
set.
JimMc
On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 12:28:56 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

Are you looking for an even trade for the 608 for a 1101. Or just
looking
for an 1101 ? As I clean out my estate I can put you on the Whiteboard
for
one.

What are you asking for the 608 by itself and what options does it have
there were dozens of different boards CRT types gradicals Etc

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018, 12:14 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Pete -
608??Have one here in Vanc, gathering dust.I could use a 1101 probe
supply
in the metal box..
JimMc

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 9:50:42 AM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

Either the old 602 or one of the newer models. Only need one or two
megahertz bandwidth. Plenty of older Tek gear to trade or cash. Could
entertain an HP but being it retired from tektronix I have a
preference
:-).

-pete




















Re: Looking to buy or trade a simple XY monitor

Pete Lancashire
 

I have to get ready to meet my brother at the hotel we are both staying at.
What is the latest I can call ?

Interested in anything TTY, the Dovetron I'm going to hook up to first is a
8000A. going to fake the signal into a little 100mW transmitter, then a
receiver, the Dovetron and then into a Model 28. The source of "news" is a
feed via streaming audio.

Once all setup I;m going to have my estate try to donate to OMSI. If they
don't want .. then to any other museum that will pay for the shipping.

-pete

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 1:55 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hoo-Boy the bridge. There is no good time. I'm off SR 14 exit 3, 6800 SE
Riverside Dr. Interests are General analog DC to RF, Old avionics, to
things the govt used to own. I discovered the tek store in 1966, when I
was 10. In the late 70's I always smelled like hot teletype oil. I still
have a Dovetron and a Frederick 1280 around here, but not much action
anymore.
I'm usually around here unless I am not. 503-348-8173

JimMc

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 1:02:24 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

I will over the next few months have (well others are doing it for me)
literally tons of Tek HP, etc gear, parts, etc. We are hoping to find a
store/warehouse to rent for 6-12 months. thats how much there is.

What is your general interest ? BTW my use for the monitor is to hook up to
a TTY decoder (HF Modem). That has an X-Y output on the back. Not the same
but close !

I'm in North Portland where in Vanc are you ? I'm a bit busy this week have
family visiting and don't want to go over the bridge on the bad times

-pete



On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:55 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

I don't need much in the tek domain right now. You can have the 608 in
anticipation of future tek parts needs that I might have. It has no
options listed, BNC's out the back with no loop-thru, no graticule on a
P31
(I assume) CRT. #B029502 I was using it as a display on a WJ spook set.
JimMc
On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 12:28:56 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

Are you looking for an even trade for the 608 for a 1101. Or just
looking
for an 1101 ? As I clean out my estate I can put you on the Whiteboard
for
one.

What are you asking for the 608 by itself and what options does it have
there were dozens of different boards CRT types gradicals Etc

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018, 12:14 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

Pete -
608??Have one here in Vanc, gathering dust.I could use a 1101 probe
supply
in the metal box..
JimMc

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 9:50:42 AM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

Either the old 602 or one of the newer models. Only need one or two
megahertz bandwidth. Plenty of older Tek gear to trade or cash. Could
entertain an HP but being it retired from tektronix I have a preference
:-).

-pete


















Re: Looking to buy or trade a simple XY monitor

J Mcvein
 

Hoo-Boy the bridge.  There is no good time. I'm off SR 14 exit 3, 6800 SE Riverside Dr. Interests are General analog DC to RF, Old avionics, to things the govt used to own.  I discovered the tek store in 1966, when I was 10.  In the late 70's I always smelled like hot teletype oil.  I still have a Dovetron and a Frederick 1280 around here, but not much action anymore.
I'm usually around here unless I am not.  503-348-8173

JimMc

On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 1:02:24 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

I will over the next few months have (well others are doing it for me)
literally tons of Tek HP, etc gear, parts, etc. We are hoping to find a
store/warehouse to rent for 6-12 months. thats how much there is.

What is your general interest ? BTW my use for the monitor is to hook up to
a TTY decoder (HF Modem). That has an X-Y output on the back. Not the same
but close !

I'm in North Portland where in Vanc are you ? I'm a bit busy this week have
family visiting and don't want to go over the bridge on the bad times

-pete



On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 12:55 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

  I don't need much in the tek domain right now.  You can have the 608 in
anticipation of future tek parts needs that I might have.  It has no
options listed, BNC's out the back with no loop-thru, no graticule on a P31
(I assume) CRT.  #B029502  I was using it as a display on a WJ spook set.
JimMc
    On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 12:28:56 PM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

  Are you looking for an even trade for the 608 for a 1101. Or just looking
for an 1101 ? As I clean out my estate I can put you on the Whiteboard for
one.

What are you asking for the 608 by itself and what options does it have
there were dozens of different boards CRT types gradicals Etc

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018, 12:14 PM J Mcvein via Groups.Io <jmcvein=
ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:

  Pete -
608??Have one here in Vanc, gathering dust.I could use a 1101 probe
supply
in the metal box..
JimMc

    On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 9:50:42 AM PDT, Pete Lancashire <
xyzzypdx@...> wrote:

  Either the old 602 or one of the newer models. Only need one or two
megahertz bandwidth. Plenty of older Tek gear to trade or cash. Could
entertain an HP but being it retired from tektronix I have a preference
:-).

-pete