Scope CRT specs.

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  1. recklessrog

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    I'm hoping some one can help. I have a 'scope that uses a Phillips D14-384GH/123 crt that is reaching the end of it's useful life. However I have a brand new
    D14-383GH/123 that looks identical apart from the final anode eht connector is a different type which would present no problem in changing the connecting cap.
    I have been able to locate the specifications for the 383, but not for the 384. If anyone has any info for the 384 and could post it, I would be very grateful.
     
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  3. recklessrog

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    Hi, thanks, yes I found that too. It seems that during the Phillips/Fluke scope dept takeover, Phillips had a number of 384 tubes that fluke used up, I think that later made 'scope's used the 383 which seems to work in exactly the same way apart from the above mention eht connector. I have two pm 3394 combi scopes and two PM 3092 . all are 200 mHz and are built in the same cases, use the same PSU and interconnecting boards so it is likely they are just a later tube (the 383)
     
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