In Reply to: Re: FS: Tektronix 465 & HP O-Scopes posted by Alejandro Flores on 03/28/00 at 9:10 AM:
: Mr. Rodgers,
: I am unable to find any information about the 1746A OScope. I have seaech the HP site as well as Hp Books and have found only a the E1746A this has no display but reqires a software. It is a time interval meter. YOu mentioned that it was a OScope and that you had seen a wave . So I assume that it has a display. I am interested in this item but will need more informaiton.
: is there any way you could send me a picture. Or a link to a site with a picture or manual.
: Alejandro Flores
: Control Systems Engineer
: : : Could you please check this one as well as the price.
: : It checks out fine - as well as I can check it. That means that I have checked both channels
: : by connecting the probe to my AC line. Got a nice clear sine wave. I don't have the
: : capability to check all the other features. However, the HP came from the same co.
: : as the Teks. I have sold 6 of those, 2 to the same guy and my responses from them
: : have all been very favorable. I don't expect any problems with this one either.
: : However, if it doesn't work properly I will be happy to take it back and refund your purchase
: : price.
: : I would like to get $250 for it.
: : :
: : : 5) HP1746A 100Mhz, 2 chnl. w/ time interval multimeter built-in on
: : : top. This appears to be like the DM44 on a TEK scope. New 10x probe.
: : : No cover or manual. Calibration date 5/8/98. I haven't had time to
: : : make sure this one is OK. So if you are interested, I will check it
: : : out.
I have sent you email with pictures. Did you get them?