Philips PM 3233 Oscilloscope
10 MHz Dual-beam Oscilloscope
The 10 MHz Dual-beam Oscilloscope PM 3233
has been designed for general laboratory, service and educational applications.
Both vertical amplifiers are equipped with a drift-reduction circuit and a fully protected field-effect transistor input. All circuits are entirely transistorized and the transistors have been mounted on supports to enable quick servicing.
The instrument features a fully automatic facility which enables triggering on the line and frame sync pulses of a television signal.
can be supplied from either a.c. mains or external d.c. sources.
The PM 3233
is equipped with a delay unit which provides signal delay to both channels Ya and Yb.
Service and User Manual
12.63 Mbytes (13238775 Bytes)
english, german, french
9499 440 16502
05 January 1977
Scanned document, all readable.
31 July 2020
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
2. DIRECTIONS FOR USE
2.1.1. Removing and fitting the front cover
2.1.2. Adjusting to the local mains supply and fuses
2.1.3. Supply from an external d.c. source
2.1.5. Switching on
2.1.6. From the cold into the warmth
2.2. Operating instructions
2.2.1. Controls and sockets
2.2.2. Preliminary settings
2.2.3. Inputs and Yg and their possibilities
220.127.116.11. YT Measurements
18.104.22.168. XY Measurements
22.214.171.124. Influence of the AC-O-DC switch
126.96.36.199. Trigger coupling
188.8.131.52. Trigger level
184.108.40.206. Automatic triggering
220.127.116.11. External triggering
18.104.22.168. Triggering with the mains frequency
22.214.171.124. Triggering with television signals
2.2.5. Time-base magnifier
2.2.6. Z Modulation
2.2.7. The dual-beam tube
2.3. Description of the block diagram
2.4. Brief checking procedure