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Re: O-Scope for tesla coil use
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- Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2005 16:42:07 -0700
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Original poster: Jerry White <starcatfisher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Even if it was not the high quality instrument that it is, any o'scope is
better than none! I can do you one better, my brother-in-law decided to cet
rid of some electronic equipment that he no longer used. I am know the
proud owner of a Tektronics Type 310A 'scope,(1 trace 1meg BW, sligtly
older than the 535) but still good, a heath kit audio ocillator, a B&K RF
generator and a 40kvdc high voltage probe! :-)
Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Original poster: Rich Simpson
I was offered a scope from a friend who just got a new one, I currently do
not have one.
The scope is a Tektronix 535, it is a huge analog tube scope that came from
the U.S. navy.
Would this scope be at all useful for tuning coils, etc?
Where could I find the specs, or a manual for this scope?
I know it is very old, but it does work, and it is free to me.
Should I take it, or pass it up?