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From: "laurence cope"
Subject: Re: Picking oscilloscopes on Ebay?
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 07:51:42 +0000 (UTC)
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"The little lost angel" wrote in
> Been looking through the scopes on Ebay and would appreciate some
> There are a couple of cheap ones but with brands totally unknown to me
> (I only know Tektronic & HP *grinz*)
> Like this one,
Another re-badged tek
Worth a look
> Burger King,
Basically a re-badged tek
> This looks good even though it's only 60Mhz but it's Tektronix
Go for this one as it's a digital storage scope, and worth a lot mor than
Scope probes cost about $20 each, you need one with a attenuator on the
probe and one that comes with a number of adaptors.
I have a tek 2211 it's very good.
> My main worry is not knowing how to tell if the scope is good as most
> of them state untested or can power up only, no probes (how much are
> these things?)
> Thanks for any advice!
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