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Oscilloscope in orbit - a pfm diy resource

Discussion in 'd.i.y.' started by martin clark, Jun 9, 2015.

  1. mark121211

    mark121211 pfm Member

    I have a TEKTRONIX TDS360 200 MHZ scope (which is currently out on loan to cutting42) and a Philips PM3206 15Mhz 2 channel. The Probe Adj on the Philips is faulty but both the probes I use with this scope are setup so it's no biggie.

    I'm in the Reading area and happy to loan out (both short and longer term) to established PFM members.
     
  2. mark121211

    mark121211 pfm Member

    The Tektronix should be back with me in a couple of weeks time if anyone has a need for a scope....
     
  3. bugbear

    bugbear pfm Member

  4. suzywong

    suzywong The Man who had no Naim

    Some lovely old scopes there, with real knobs :cool:. Takes me back a few decades - I used to do real injineer stuff, but all I drive these days is a spreadsheet :(
     
  5. Electroant

    Electroant Member

    Hi there,

    My late Dad liked the Telequipment D83 as it resembled the Tektronix 7000 series it even had the same tube as a Tektronix 7603. He bought them cheap when ever he could and repaired them also. I have at least 4 of these Oscilloscopes around in various states of repair they are complete I also have a variety of plug ins. They are easy to repair quite often a HT resistor chain became o/c and various recaps, the repair manual is online. Over all they are a nice oscilloscope with a large tube. I need the space and I'd rather tell you guys about them than put them on Ebay . Just bare in min they will need repairing. I'm located in Bishop's Stortford Herts. Let me know if there is any interest.

    Regards

    Anthony
     
  6. stevec67

    stevec67 pfm Member

    Who has this now? I'm about to build a JLH 10W Class A and it would be good to reclaim it for a bit if it's currently in a back bedroom.
     
  7. martin clark

    martin clark pinko bodger

    Still with Grazie I think.
     
  8. grazie

    grazie pfm Member

    I certainly have one (from Martin C), but I thought there was more than one in circulation?
    However, the last time I tried using using it, I had problems getting a trace. Any tips to make sure I'm not doing something stupid?
    Assuming it's still working, I'm in East Kent. I use to travel the country a fair bit, but not doing so currently.
     
  9. sq225917

    sq225917 situation engineer

    Steve I have a Rigol you can borrow
     
  10. stevec67

    stevec67 pfm Member

    Thanks sq, that's really useful, I may take you up on that when I get the JLH 69 built. I have a case from a mate's dead amp, a trafo, a heatsink, and a layout. All I need to do it solder the boards together. To paraphrase the great Eric Morecambe: "Listen sunshine, I think that you'll find I have soldered all the RIGHT components to the board. Just not necessarily in the right order."
     
  11. Fredrik Ludl

    Fredrik Ludl New Member

    Just a simple scope question. Can a scope provide a pc data for fft and so on. A usb scope i is merly a front end. So the math can be done in the pc. (Matlab.....)
     

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