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Tektronix 2336
Ruggedized 100 MHz dual trace scope
Tektronix 2336

Produced from 1982 to 1991

Manuals
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The Tektronix 2336 is a ruggedized portable dual-channel, 100 MHz analog scope. An A Ext connector (external signal to the A Trigger Generator) on the front panel, B Ext connector (external signal to the B Trigger Generator) on the front cover, and External Z-Axis connector at the rear round out its connectivity. The front cover also has a 3 ½ digit LCD for delta TIME measurements and B Trigger function. A 150 MHz modification was available.

Vertical controls were by way of calibrated deflection factors on CH 1 or CH 2 inputs through AC, DC, or GND coupling. The vertical mode selections are CH 1, ALT, CHOP (~275 kHz), ADD, CH 2, AUTO, X-Y, TRIG VIEW, or BW LIMIT (20 MHz). Horizontal deflection is controlled by either the calibrated A or B Sweep Generators, or Alternate between the two of the A, and B Delayed Sweep.

Trigger sources may be VERT MODE, CH 1, CH 2, LINE, EXT, and EXT ÷ 10. Trigger coupling can be AC, LF REJ, HF REJ, or DC, and can be controlled by amplitude level and slope type. The Trigger Modes may be set to AUTO, NORM, and SGL SWP.

Specifications

Bandwidth 100 MHz (≥88 MHz at 2 mV/div)
Deflection 5 mV/div to 5 V/div (1−2−5 sequence), ±3%; Variable control can increase sensitivity to at least 2 mV/div
Input Impedance 1 MΩ ±2% // 20 pF ±10%, 2 channels
Maximum Input Voltage 400 V (DC + peak AC) or 500 V (p-p ac at ≤ 1 kHz)
Sweep A Time Base: 0.5 s/div to 50 ns/div, 1−2−5; B Time Base: 50 ms/div to 50 ns/div, 1−2−5; A and B ×10 magnifier extends max sweep to 5 ns/div
Trigger Source VERT MODE, CH 1, CH 2, LINE, EXT, and EXT ÷ 10
Trigger Coupling AC, LF REJ, HF REJ, or DC
Probes Two P6108A 100 MHz ×10 probes, BNC connector with a readout pin
Power 40 W max, 90 − 250 VAC, 48 − 440 Hz

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Pictures