TEKTRONIX 7904 / 7904A OSCILLOSCOPE PART, HORIZ MODE SW 670-1639 This is used and in good condition. It is guaranteed to be in proper working order.
Re: Tektronix 7904 par Pierrot du 82 » Ven 6 Sep 2013 20h53 20tajk7 a écrit: est-il possible de faire fonctionner sans risque l'oscillo sans modules, histoire de voir s'il n'y en a pas un en court-jus TEKTRONIX 7904 Calibration Price $80.00. We have decades of expertise in TEKTRONIX Calibration and can possibly repair the TEKTRONIX 7904 Oscilloscope Mainframe. Custom-Cal offers these services for the 7904 Oscilloscope Mainframe at a discount over the OEM price.
The Tek hybrid U800 IC part no 155-0241-02, that is really hard to find for the replacement but easily gets killed caused by overheating. This poor little ic is handling the whole horizontal part of the scope, and when powered on, it is very-very hot that almost burned my finger when touching the ic black body. The Tektronix 7904 is a 500 MHz, non-storage 7000-series oscilloscope mainframe with four bays. It accepts two 7000-series vertical plug-ins and two 7000-series horizontal plug-ins. It was introduced in late 1971/early 1972 (Note 1). The successor model 7904A was introduced in 1984.
TEKTRONIX 7904 Calibration Price $80.00. We have decades of expertise in TEKTRONIX Calibration and can possibly repair the TEKTRONIX 7904 Oscilloscope Mainframe. Custom-Cal offers these services for the 7904 Oscilloscope Mainframe at a discount over the OEM price. Bill & Stan's Tektronix Reference Tektronix 7000 Series Oscilloscopes FAQ (Tek Website) Tektronix 7000 Series Oscilloscope History (Tek Website) Phil's e-Bay Prices on Tektronix Write-up on Tek Scopes (Rutgers) Sphere Catalog (scopes, tubes, Tek IC's) 154-0644-05 (P31) - 7903/7904/7904A 154-0609-00 (P31) - 7704 154-0609-05 (P31) - 7704 7000 Series Oscilloscope HistoryThe following table is a brief description and history of the 7000 Series product lineMainframesAmplifiersTime BasesSpecialty plug-inSamplingSpectrum AnalyzerLogic Analyzer MainframesBandwidthApprox. Sep 01, 2014 · Behold the Tektronix 7D01, first released in 1977, shown here with it’s companion display formatter. As a side note, I really need a better lens. This pin-cushioning is just too much. 105mm or 200mm prime macro (or micro as Nikon calls them) is high on the list.