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From: SkiBoyBob@excite.com (Bob)
Subject: Re: Need user opinions on best new Analog scope (456B replacement)
Date: 5 Nov 2002 11:11:20 -0800
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"Frank Bemelman" wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> "engr" schreef in bericht news:3DC6D4EF.firstname.lastname@example.org...
> > I tried asking this question in sci.electronics.equipment,
> > but didn't get any responses from owners/users of the
> > scopes listed below. Please don't post that I should
> > buy two more used 465's on EBAY. Please post your opinions
> > on these NEW scopes listed below (if you've used one).
> > -----
> > I've got a worn out 465B. I know there are a lot
> > of used Tek scopes for sale on EBAY, but I feel
> > like I'd just be buying more problems. So I'd
> > like to get a new scope.
> > The reason for choosing an analog scope is to
> > keep the cost down to less than $2000 (US).
> > I've looked at Tek's cheap line of digital
> > scopes, and they have noise all over the traces.
> > They even show it in their literature.
> > I can't really justify the $4000 for their
> > good digital scopes, the TDS30xx series.
> > So my question is, can anyone recommend a good
> > (new) analog scope ? Here are some choices:
> > LeCroy LA302 ($1895 US)
> > http://www.lecroy.com/tm/products/analog/LA302-303/LA302-303.asp
> > Hitachi VI-1560 or VI-1565 ($1695 US)
> > http://www.calibration.com/sale/new/hitachi/vc1585.html
> > Kenwood CS-5405 ($1595 US)
> > http://www.tequipment.net/KenwoodCS5405.html
> > Leader LS-8105A ($1495 US)
> > http://www.tequipment.net/LeaderLS8105A.html
> The Kenwood looks the same as the Leader, but costs $100 more.
> I like the 3 channels both offer.
The 3rd channel looks to be just the trigger input. Note the gain on
ch3 is only .1V/div. I like that they make it easy to see the trigger,
but it isn't a full-fledged input.
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