Equipment information:

Tektronix 314 Oscilloscope
Model: 314
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Oscilloscope
Description: 10-MHz Dual-Trace, Long-Term Storage Oscilloscop
                                    1 mV/div Sensitivity at 10 MHz
Stored Viewing Time to 4 Hours
Integrate Mode for Intensifying Fast Rise Time, Low
Repetition Rate Signals
Operates from Ac Line, 12 V Dc, or 24 V Dc
Small Size, Light Weight
The 10.5-pound, bistable storage 314 provides 1 mV/div
sensitivity at 10 MHz, with a 4-hour viewing time. With
long-term storage,
you can use the 314 to monitor signal lines where undesired
transients are suspected. For fast rise time, low repetition
rate signals, an integrate mode increases the intensity of
the stored trace.
Compact size and operation from ac, dc, or external dc
source mean that the 314 will easily go wherever you need a
storage oscilloscope.
Combined function controls, color coding, and functional
front-panel layout make the 314 easy to use. Probes mount on
the side, permitting an uncrowded front panel and large crt.
The 1 mV/div sensitivity is particularly useful for
measurement of transducer signals such as those from
magnetic recording heads. An autoerase mode, with variable
erase period from 1 to 5 seconds, enhances the ability of
the 314 to make measurements on slowly changing analog
signals such as those from a pressure transducer. Other
applications for the 314 occur in industrial control
systems, biophysical instrumentation, communication
terminals, POS terminals, computer peripherals, and
communication systems.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Tektronix -- 314 -- Datasheet
File name: Tektronix-6464-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Datasheet
Pages: 1
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Language: english
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