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Philips PM3340 Oscilloscope
Model PM3340
Date 1988
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Oscilloscope
Description 2 GHz Digitizing Oscilloscope
                                    This compact dual channel digitizing storage oscilloscope
features sampling techniques that allow display of signals
with a frequency up to 2 GHz. The sampling .system can work
in normal and in high resolution eye pattern mode. The
instrument is extremely easy to use because of the AUTO-SET
pushbutton, that automatically adjusts the controls to suit
the input signal value.
The brightness is independent of the time base settings .
The M68000 microprocessor gives a wide choise of measurement
and display possibilities, which can be selected via the
ergonomic designed front panel,
Figure 2.1 2 GHz digizing oscilloscope.
The oscilloscope is provided with integrated circuits
(including thin- film circuits), which guarantee a highly
stable operation.
Furthermore, connection to the local mains is simplified by
a tapless switched-mode power supply that covers most
voltage ranges in use:
90 V. . .264 V a.c.
All these features make this oscilloscope suitable for a
wide range of high-frequency measuring applications such as
in telecommunication, component testing and development and
in fast computers.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type User Manual Philips-6724-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 239
Size 8.47 Mbytes (8884544 Bytes)
Language english
Manual-ID/Number 4822 872 00368
Date 01 March 1988
Quality Scanned document, all readable.
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This Operating Manual is arranged in such a way that the
essential information on safety and operating procedures is
immediately available in the first chapters.
You are strongly advised to read Section 3.2. SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS thoroughly before installing your oscilloscope.
Operating information is given in the remainder of Chapter 4.
Complete information for preventive maintenance on the
instrument can be found in Chapter 5. This is followed by
details of the functional, mechanical and environmental
data, listed in Chapter 6, Characteristics.
Finally, additional information regarding the various
versions of the instrument and accessories is given in
Chapter 7, and Chapter 8. respectively.

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