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Difference between revisions of "500-series plug-ins (Letter-series and 1-series)"

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Tek_type_a_1.jpg        | '''[[A]]''' - 20 MHz, single channel, 1959 (53A: 1954)
 
Tek_type_a_1.jpg        | '''[[A]]''' - 20 MHz, single channel, 1959 (53A: 1954)
 
Tek b front2.jpg        | '''[[B]]''' - Same as A, with an extra 10× of gain, 1954
 
Tek b front2.jpg        | '''[[B]]''' - Same as A, with an extra 10× of gain, 1954
53-54c-crop.jpg          | '''[[C]]''' - 8.5 MHz, dual channel
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53-54c-crop.jpg          | '''[[C]]''' - 24 MHz, (53C: 8.5 MHz) dual channel
 
Type ca front.JPG        | '''[[CA]]''' - 24 MHz, dual channel
 
Type ca front.JPG        | '''[[CA]]''' - 24 MHz, dual channel
 
Tek type d front.jpg    | '''[[D]]''' - 2 MHz, differential, 1954
 
Tek type d front.jpg    | '''[[D]]''' - 2 MHz, differential, 1954

Revision as of 03:46, 13 May 2019

These plug-ins fit in 500-series scopes and in external power supply units such as the 127, 132, and 133. They use the 500-series plug-in interface.

Tektronix made plug-ins

Non-Tektronix plug-ins

... that also work in 500-series scopes include, but are probably not limited to: