Tek 7904 scope at McGill in Montreal
tpeters at mixcom.com
Thu May 29 22:42:00 CDT 2008
At 11:05 AM 2008-05-29 -0400, you wrote:
>Hello all, with all the talk of "classic" scopes: if anyone wants it
>and is in the neighborhood, a Tek 7904 scope was put out to pasture on
>our floor here at McGill, so I dragged it into my office. I can't
>keep it here for too long so if there's no interest, I'll put it out
>It's got one 7A19 Amp, a 7D11 Digital delay, and a 7B53N Dual Time
>Base; the fourth slot is empty (but covered). It appears to at least
>somewhat work: power, lights, traces, etc. It was last calibrated in
>82 according to a sticker.
Before it goes in the dumpster, if no one claims it, send me the plug ins!
My 7904 has a 7A26, 7A18, 7CT1N (curve tracer!) and 7B53A. It came to me
with shorted tantalums in the power supply-- might power up, probably
won't- just goes tick! tick! tick!
Took me weeks to find and replace all the caps that were bad. Works a treat
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