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* [[Media:Tek 305 Operators Manual.pdf | Operator's Manual, 1981 (PDF, 7MB)]]
 
* [[Media:Tek 305 Operators Manual.pdf | Operator's Manual, 1981 (PDF, 7MB)]]
 
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The '''Sony/Tektronix 305 DMM Oscilloscope''' is a compact dual-trace 5 MHz analog scope with an integrated digital multimeter.
 
The '''Sony/Tektronix 305 DMM Oscilloscope''' is a compact dual-trace 5 MHz analog scope with an integrated digital multimeter.

Revision as of 10:57, 2 August 2018

Sony/Tektronix 305 DMM Oscilloscope
Portable 5 MHz scope with DMM
Sony/Tektronix 305

Produced from 1979 to 1991

Manuals
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Sony/Tektronix 305 DMM Oscilloscope is a compact dual-trace 5 MHz analog scope with an integrated digital multimeter. It can be operated on battery power or plugged in to wall power.

Specifications

Bandwidth 5 MHz
Deflection 5 mV/Div to 10 V/Div , variable up to 25 V/Div
Input impedance 1 MΩ // 47 pF
Sweep 1 μs/Div to 500 ms/Div, 1—2—5, ×10 magnifier (i.e. to 100 ns/Div)
Calibrator 0.3 Vp-p
CRT 10 × 8 Div. @ 6.32 mm, 154-0667-xx, P31 phosphor, 2 kV acceleration, internal non-illuminated graticule
AC Power 90—132 V or 180—250 V, 48—440 Hz, ≤17 W
DC Power 9—32 V, ≤17 W
Battery Internal NiCd, runtime 1.6 h (scope+DMM) / 2 h (scope only) / 10 h (DMM only), charge time 16 h
Dimensions 11.2 cm × 23.6 cm × 37.1 cm
Weight 4.8 kg
Features
  • 3½ Digit Digital Multimeter:
    • 2/20/200/1000 V DC ±0.1%
    • 2/20/200/700 V AC ±0.5% 40-500 Hz
    • 2/20/200/2000 kΩ ±0.6%
  • Dual channel, Ch1/Ch2/Chop/Alt/Add/Inv Ch2/X-Y modes
  • Ext Trig / X input (supports X-Y displays up to 200 kHz)
  • External blanking input (by deflection, not Z modulation, to 100 kHz)
  • Built-in battery
  • Made in Japan by Sony/Tektronix

Prices

Year 1979 1991
Catalog price $1,725 $3,610
2016 value $5,700 $6,370

Links

Pictures