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Tektronix 2232 Oscilloscope
Model 2232
Date 1990
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Oscilloscope
Description Digital Storage Oscilloscope
                                    The TEKTRONIX 2232 is a combination nonstorage and digital
storage portable, dual-channel oscilloscope with 100 MHz
analog bandwidth and up to 100 MS/s digital sampling
rate. The vertical channels have calibrated deflection
factors from 2 mV to 5 V per division. The Variable VOLTS/div
gain control increases the deflection factor at least 2.5
to 1 on any VOLTS/DIV setting. Vertical display modes are CH1,
CH 2, and BOTH, with a choice in BOTH of ADD, ALT, or CHOP.
A BW LIMIT feature limits the vertical amplifier system
and the A Trigger system to 20 MHz.
The horizontal deflection system calibrated A Sweep speeds
range from 0.5 s to 50 ns per division; calibrated B
Sweep speeds range from 50 ms to 50 ns per division.
AX10 MAG control decreases sweep time per division of
the A and B Sweeps by a factor of 10. The fastest
sweep-speed time of 50 ns per division is extended to 5 ns
per division In X10 MAG. The Variable SEC/DIV control
may be used to increase the non-store sweep time per
division by a factor of up to four times from the calibrated
time per division determined by the SEC/DIV switch setting.
In STORE Mode, rotating the Variable SEC/DIV control
out of the CAL detent position compresses a 4K sample
acquisition record into a record of 1K samples (called
4K compress mode). Also in STORE Mode, the A SEC/DIV
X10 Multiplier adds calibrated storage time bases of
1, 2, and 5 s per division to the NON STORE A Sweep speed
range for low-frequency signal acquisitions.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type Service and User Manual Tektronix-4499-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 376
Size 65.77 Mbytes (68965109 Bytes)
Language english
Revision Revised
Manual-ID/Number 070-7067-00
Date April 1990
Quality Scanned document, all readable.
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