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* [http://w140.com/tek_fcp/tek_type_h_factory_cal_proc.pdf Tektronix Type H Factory Calibration Procedure (PDF)]
 
* [http://w140.com/tek_fcp/tek_type_h_factory_cal_proc.pdf Tektronix Type H Factory Calibration Procedure (PDF)]
 
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The Tektronix Type H is a single-channel plug-in for [[500-series scopes]].  It provides two
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The '''Tektronix Type H''' is a single-channel plug-in for [[500-series scopes]].  It provides two
inputs and has a switch to select between them.  The rise time of the plug-in is 20 ns,
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inputs and has a switch to select between them.  The rise time of the plug-in is 20 ns, bandwidth is 15 MHz.
bandwidth is 15 MHz.
 
 
The sensitivity ranges from 5 mV/cm to 20 V/cm.  A design compromise, Type H is not as  
 
The sensitivity ranges from 5 mV/cm to 20 V/cm.  A design compromise, Type H is not as  
 
fast as [[B|Type B]], but it is DC-coupled on all ranges.
 
fast as [[B|Type B]], but it is DC-coupled on all ranges.
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Tek h schem late.png
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Tek type h bnc.jpg|Late model Type H with BNC inputs
 
Tek type h bnc.jpg|Late model Type H with BNC inputs
 
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[[Category:500 series plugins]]
 
[[Category:500 series plugins]]

Revision as of 03:03, 4 June 2017

Tektronix Type H
15 MHz amplifier plug-in
Tek Type H

Compatible with 500-series scopes

Produced from 1958 to 1972

Manuals
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix Type H is a single-channel plug-in for 500-series scopes. It provides two inputs and has a switch to select between them. The rise time of the plug-in is 20 ns, bandwidth is 15 MHz. The sensitivity ranges from 5 mV/cm to 20 V/cm. A design compromise, Type H is not as fast as Type B, but it is DC-coupled on all ranges.

Later Type H models use a turret attenuator. Type H with S/N less than 10,000 have ordinary attenuators.

Type 53/54H was introduced in 1958, along with the 533 and 543, renamed Type H in 1959, and dropped after 1970.

Pictures