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Author Topic: Test Equipment: Oscillocopes  (Read 87009 times)

Offline Brian516

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Re: Test Equipment: Oscillocopes
« Reply #270 on: April 17, 2015, 12:13:43 AM »
Good find, sounds like you got a good deal. Unfortunately it does not have Ratio A/B, but it does have Period and Totalizer functions.

Here's what it looks like inside:
http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/tektronix-cmc251-frequency-counter/

Wow, nice!  I think mine came from that exact same lot! haha  It's from Talahassee FL Goodwill and I paid $70. It wasn't listed as "for parts.." though. However it did say "used - power tested - no further testing" - which was the status of the FG I bought from them of the same Tek line.  It seems they also think that they came from a school of some sort over there at EEV.

Offline Brian516

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Re: Test Equipment: Oscillocopes
« Reply #271 on: April 17, 2015, 05:04:12 PM »
The CMC251 made it here in one piece via USPS this morning - 3 days early. :)    They did MASH the corner of the box, but thankfully it was correctly packaged so it didn't harm the gear.  It's in the condition I expected - the same as the CFG253 - working, no signs of actual use, and just a little discoloration on top of a few buttons (from storing).

TK - I see that your scope FINALLY made an appearance!   Congrats!    I hope your blood pressure stabilized finally!    Also hope that it works 100% no issues at all this time..    It sounds to me like UPS in your area just does not give a rats arse about customers... I'd be calling the BBB and also getting on the UPS website and opening several cases/filing complaints!  MAYBE corporate will get on your local center over it and fire that P-O-S driver!!   

But anyway, I'm looking forward to some vids!  :) 

Offline Brian516

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Re: Test Equipment: Oscillocopes
« Reply #272 on: April 17, 2015, 05:44:41 PM »
This pup is dead-on!   Precisely 10Mhz!   :)   
Well, according to the resolution of it's display, which, at X100 gate is to 1mhz.