Protek 100Mhz oscilloscope for sale

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Chris Yeager
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Protek 100Mhz oscilloscope for sale

Post by Chris Yeager » Mon Jan 01, 2007 6:13 am

Protek Dual Trace, Dual Timebase 100Mhz Oscilloscope (model 6510).

This scope is in perfect condition. I had it about 6 months and got a digital scope. I have ALL the original stuff that came with it minus the box. Both probes, and the manual. It is a great scope.

I've used it to help decode the signals from TV remotes, PWM on servos.

This scope sells for $519 on the cheapest site I could find on the net. Here is a link to the place and the information on the scope.

http://www.circuitspecialists.com/prod.itml/icOid/7160

I would like $300 plus shipping for this scope.

If you have any questions please contact me at...
[email protected]

Thanks,

Chris

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Post by Robert Reed » Mon Jan 01, 2007 10:19 am

Protek makes some pretty good equipment judging from my experience in using them. Do you have the capability to run any proof of perfomance testing on the flatness of vertical sensitivty vs. frequency, both direct and with 10:1 probes. I have a 60 mhz Protek now, but need do do some design work up to 100 Mhz and need accurate level measurements.

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Post by Chris Yeager » Tue Jan 02, 2007 6:23 am

I don't know? If you have any suggestions I might be able to try it. I have checked the timing against another scope and found it to be calibrated very good as far as the timing is concerned. Due to my ignorance I am not sure I understand what you are asking.

And thank you for you interest.

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Post by Robert Reed » Tue Jan 02, 2007 8:40 pm

I have checked the timing and vertical sensitivity( at a low frequency) on all ranges on my Protec 60 Mhz sope and I was blown away by it's accuracy. Approximately 1% on all ranges!
However, specs can become a little sketchy at upper limit frequency and along the way. Vertical frequency response is usually given at the upper limit -3db point, but there can be aberations along the way that the manufactures do not note. I have capability to check response accurately up to 60 Mhz. My particular scope was dead flat to 50 MHz and then rlolled off to -3db at 60 MHz. What I need to know is what the exact response of your scope is at 100 Mhz and if there are any aberations along the way. For this you will need a leveled frequency source to perform these tests. If you work in an engineering lab, you will probably have access to this equipment. Most home hobbiests will not have this peice of equipment.

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Post by Chris Yeager » Wed Jan 24, 2007 1:58 pm

This scope is still for sale.
Contact me at

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Post by Chris Yeager » Wed Jan 24, 2007 2:02 pm

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Thanks for any interest on this device.

Chris

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Post by Chris Yeager » Thu Jan 25, 2007 8:33 am

It is now sold.

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