Swapfest: The 2023 season opener May 22, 2023 By Martin Rowe 1 Comment Test Equipment Tektronix 453A-1 oscilloscope. Analog, of course. Digital is much to new for a swapfest. Tektronix 475 oscilloscope. Another analog classic. Some engineers still use them. Philps PM 3226 oscilloscope, 15 MHz. Telequipment D66A oscilloscope. I must admit to never having heard of this company before. Vectorscope analog TV tester. It only handles the old low-band analog TV, channels 2 to 6, 54 MHz to 88 MHz. Sencore capacitance/inductance meter, a “Z-Meter.” Fluke 8120 multimeter Fluke 1910A frequency counter. Spare parts? An oscillator that looks like an antenna tester. B&K Precision/Dynascan 1650 triple-output power supply. General Radio 546-C audio-frequency microvolter. Heathkit TC-3 tube checker. Get one if you use tubes. Return to page 1 You may also like: From resistors to antique radios, swapfests have it all Pages: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8
Martin Rowe says
Surprisingly, no HP test equipment. Sometimes, you can find test equipment with the Agilent name. That’s considered new at a swapfest? Keysight? No way.