[hackspacebristol] Using Oscilloscopes

Tom Gardner tggzzz+hs at gmail.com
Tue Jul 29 10:28:24 UTC 2014


I'll buy the HP1740A for myself, please

The OS1000 is a 20MHz scope an uninteresting to me - but it will be fine
for audio or mechatronics work at the HackSpace.

I'll leave Jon to think about the Telequipment scopes :)


On 29 July 2014 10:34, Oliver Humpage <oliver at watershed.co.uk> wrote:

> On 26 July 2014 08:27, Oliver Humpage <oliver at watershed.co.uk> wrote:
>
> > And if anyone wants an oscilloscope to play with, I have various models
> of various types all looking for a good home, for £30 - £60.
>
> OK, here are the scopes I have. Lovely proper analog things. Any questions
> you can't answer by googling the specs, give me a shout.
>
> * HP 1740A (working, PAT tested) - this is definitely the best one,
> 100MHz, dual beam, comes with manuals and leads. £60.
> * Advanced Instruments OS 1000 (working, PAT tested). £45.
> * Telequipment 552 - I think a valve somewhere in it needs replacing. £20
> * Telequipment S51B - one valve missing, unsure as to status of other
> valves. £20
>
> Lovely bits of kit, the last two ripe for repair (but also, if most valves
> are working then stripping them out and selling them separately would net
> you around £20-£30 - I just don't know how to test valves).
>
> Oliver.
>
>
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