Yet another Tektronix 2211 on EBay

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Lestraveled, Mar 30, 2016.

  1. Lestraveled

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  2. Lestraveled

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    This one sold for $57
     
  3. tindel

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    I love scopes - and I really love good deals on scopes....

    I have a 2230 that is in mint condition that I bought from the original owner for either $40 or $60.. .I forget which... I got it from a gentleman that was retired and did a lot of work in electronic clocks - particularly in WWVB receivers... It inspired me to do my own receiver. Kind of a fun project... it's probably about time to resurrect that one.

    Here's a 300MHz model that is very tempting to me. I don't think it has single sweep mode though - which is so incredibly important these days... and I already have a 475 with 200MHz bandwidth.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tektronix-2...131128?hash=item3d18fb5b38:g:v-AAAOSwlHRXI6yU

    [edit]I looked it up - I paid $50 for it.
     
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  4. tindel

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  5. jpanhalt

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    @tindel Wow, another person who likes WWVB. Noticed you are in Denver. Can't you just use a sound card attached to a decent antenna? ;)

    I look forward to your posts on the subject.

    John
     
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  6. Dr.killjoy

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    I don't need another scope ,I don't need another scope ,I need another scope
    lol
     
  7. recklessrog

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    Here in the the UK, there are a lot of ex ministry Phillips/Fluke oscilloscopes for sale at very reasonable cost. I have had my PM3394 digital storage and PM3082 for years and both work as well as they did the day I bought them new 18 years ago.
    If you are looking for a high spec reliable scope, you wont go wrong with one of these.
    Incidentally, my 30 year old Phillips PM 3240 still works well despite being turned on for 8 hrs a day, 6 days a week for 20 years.So that says a lot for the design.
     
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