The Tektronix 2335 is a ruggedized portable dual-channel, 100 MHz analog scope. An External trigger input on front and External Z-Axis connector at the rear round out its connectivity.
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, BOTH, CH 2, ADD, ALT, CHOP (500 kHz), 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 modes may be one of four modes: Single Sweep Reset, P-P Auto-TV Line, Normal, and TV Field. Trigger sources can be Internal, Line, or External, and can be controlled by amplitude level and slope type. The Internal signal source(s) is(are) from signals applied to channels 1 or 2, or based on what Vertical Mode selected.
|Bandwidth||100 MHz (≥90 MHz at 2 mV/Div)|
|Deflection||CH1, CH2: 5 mV/Div to 5 V/Div, 1–2–5; all ±2%; Variable control can increase sensitivity to at least 2 mV/Div|
|Input Impedance||1 MΩ ±2% // 20±2 pF|
|Maximum Input||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; B Time Base 50 ms/div to 50 ns/div; A and B ×10 magnifier extends max sweep to 5 ns/div|
|Trigger Source||INT (CH1, CH2), LINE, EXT (AC, DC, DC ÷ 10)|
|Probes||Two P6108A 100 MHz ×10 probes, BNC connector with a readout pin|
|Power||90 − 250 VAC, 48 − 440 Hz, 40 W max|
- TekScope Vol. 13 No. 2, June 1981 p.10+: Three New Portable Oscilloscopes Designed for Field Service Use