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Tektronix 410
Physiological monitor
Tek 410 Physiological Monitor

Produced from 1967 to (?)

(All manuals in PDF format unless noted otherwise)
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix 410 Physiological Monitor is a specialized oscilloscope for medical applications.

It is a small, battery-powered instrument using a magnetically deflected CRT, providing ECG, EEG and pulse measurement modes.

The graticule includes a heart rate scale allowing readings in beats/min (at 50 mm/s).

For portable operation, a 016-0107-02 battery pack (10×NiCd, charger) was available.

The 067-0549-00 Input Adapter can be used to calibrate the 410.

Key Specifications

Sweep 25, 50 or 100 mm/s
Bandwidth 0.1 to 250 Hz (ECG, AUX) or 100 Hz (EEG)
Deflection 10 mm/50 μV (EEG), 20 mm/mV (ECG), 2 mm/mV (AUX)
Input impedance 2 MΩ (EEG, ECG) / 20 MΩ (AUX)
CMRR 150,000 : 1
Battery 10 size C NiCd cells, operating time 8-12 hours, charging 14-16 hours
CRT 5" magnetically deflected, P-7 phosphor


Documents Referencing 410

Document Class Title Authors Year Links
Service Scope 46 Oct 1967.pdf Article A Simplified Oscilloscope for the Operating Room Don L. Clark 1967
Service Scope 50 Jun 1968.pdf Article The FET takes its place 1968
Tekscope 1969 V1 N4 Aug 1969.pdf Article Nickel-Cadmium Battery Rev1ew 1969