Date: Fri Feb 9 15:05:22 2007

Author: LeRoy Frahm

Subject: Re: Tenma O'scope

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Hi Tony,
If you are considering replacing your favorite Tektronix scope,
what model are you trying to replace? I've got
over 35 years experience working with Tek scopes, way made to the
early 500 series. In fact I just restored two
of them, a 535A and a 545B ! We have everything from Analog CRT to
Digital LCD.
All the Best,
LeRoy Frahm
Lawrence University


On Feb 8, 2007, at 2:01 PM, Tony Papirio wrote:

> Tap-lers,
> Does anyone have any experience with the Tenma 20 MHZ
> Oscilloscope sold by MCM (MCM Part #: 72-6800) ? I'm curious about
> its ruggedness, durabliity, ease of operation etc. I'm it as
> considering a low cost alternative to my favorite Tektronix.
>
> Thanks,
> Tony
>
>
> --
> Tony Papirio, Lab Director Email: papirio@physics.umass.edu
> Physics Teaching Labs Phone: 413-545-1296
> 218 Hasbrouck Lab Fax: 413-545-1691
> Univ. of Massachusetts
> 666 North Pleasant St.
> Amherst, MA, 01003-3720
>
> http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~tpapirio/LAB_HOME.HTML


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Tony Papirio, Lab Director Email: papirio@physics.umass.edu
Physics Teaching Labs Phone: 413-545-1296
218 Hasbrouck Lab Fax: 413-545-1691
Univ. of Massachusetts =20
666 North Pleasant St.
Amherst, MA, 01003-3720 =20

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