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Tektronix 602
X-Y Display
Tektronix 602

Produced from 1969 to 1978

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The Tektronix 602 is an X-Y display.

It has differential X and Y inputs, each with 100 mV/div sensitivity.

The bandwidth of the X and Y amplifiers is 1 MHz, and their phase response is matched within 1 degree from DC to 1 MHz. The standard phosphor is P31 (yellowish green, medium-short persistence). P7 phosphor (blueish white, long persistence) was optional. The trace width is 14 mils at 0.5 μA beam current.

The 602 has a linear power supply. The CRT does not use post-deflection acceleration, and has -3830 volts on the cathode.

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Documents Referencing 602

Document Class Title Authors Year Links
Tekscope 1969 V1 N3 Jun 1969.pdf Article A New Look in Information Display 1969
History of the Information Display Division - John Lamb, June 1974.pdf Article History of the Information Display Division John Lamb 1974