It connects to the scope through a 6-pin LEMO S-series connector on the rear panel.
The P6407 uses the P64xx-family 10-wire input lead harnesses with 0.2" connectors. It is also possible to use standard jumper wires with pins, sockets or clips on the other end for connecting inputs.
|Input voltage||−0.5 V to 5.5 V Peak max.|
|Input current||20 μA max. at 2.7 V, 0.6 mA max. at 0.5 V|
|Speed||Up to 10 MHz without external clock, 20 MHz with external clock|
|Features||17-bit, TTL Compatible|
The scope sends configuration data (compare and don't care bits) through a shift register made from five 74C164s, similar to the P6406. Signal inputs go to 74F00 gates through 300 Ω resistors, 74F521 comparators test the input bits and a 74F02 drives the cable.
Input for P6407 on a 2440 Opt.03