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* [[Telequipment DM64]]
 
* [[Telequipment DM64]]
 
* [[Telequipment S31]]
 
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* [[Telequipment S32]]
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* [[Telequipment S32]] / S32A, S32AR
 
* [[Telequipment S43]]
 
* [[Telequipment S43]]
 
* [[Telequipment S51]] / S51A, S51B
 
* [[Telequipment S51]] / S51A, S51B
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* [[Telequipment S1]]
 
* [[Telequipment S1]]
 
* [[Telequipment S2]] / S2A
 
* [[Telequipment S2]] / S2A
* [[Telequipment S31]]
 
* [[Telequipment S32]] / S32A, S32AR
 
 
* [[Telequipment TV1]]
 
* [[Telequipment TV1]]
 
* [[Telequipment Type A]]
 
* [[Telequipment Type A]]

Revision as of 14:50, 10 April 2019

Telequipment (aka "TQ" in Tek-Internal abbreviation) was a British oscilloscope manufacturer founded in 1952 that was acquired by Tektronix in November of 1966, at which time it had about 300 employees. It was run as a subsidiary to provide lower-cost alternatives to Tektronix' main product lines.

At the time, Tektronix made almost exclusively laboratory-grade industrial models, whereas Telequipment produced scopes designed primarily for the TV service market. As a consequence, TQ models had TV vertical and horizontal trigger settings, a feature only introduced in Tek products in the T900-series scopes (except for some 400-series and 7K-series "option 5" models).

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