The 7633 is essentially a 7623 with a reduced-scan mode added to boost stored writing speeds.
After the 7633 and 7934 were discontinued in 1990, the 7623B (which added the reduced-scan mode to the 7623 and therefore had essentially the same specs and features as the 7633) was the last analog storage scope model in the 7000 series, available until the entire 7000 family was discontinued in 1992.
|Fastest cal. sweep||5 ns/Div|
|Display modes||store, non-store, save|
|Storage modes||fast variable-persistence, variable-persistence, fast bistable, bistable|
|Scan modes||normal scan, reduced-scan mode for increased writing speed|
|Stored writing speed||
|CRT||8 × 10 divisions @ 0.9 cm, Tek T7630 (154-0721-00) transfer storage tube, P31 phosphor|
|Acceleration voltage||8.5 kV (10 kV in the reduced scan mode)|
|Power.||max. 190 W|
|Weight||13.6 kg (30 lb)|
The 7633 uses a Transfer storage CRT which includes an internal, fast-responding storage mesh. In fast mode, the time base is inhibited after a sweep, and the transfer cycle is started. Individual sweeps therefore occur in about one-second intervals.
The 7633's power power supply is linear.
- Tek 7633 page @ amplifier.cd (with repair report)
- Tek 7633 page @ barrytech.com
- A 1000 cm/µs Storage Oscilloscope. Tekscope Vol 6 Number 2, Mar/Apr 1974 (PDF, 15M) or @ radiomuseum.org