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I have the complete user and service manual of hameg 205-8 digital a matter of fact I own a machine since 1986.Contact me.
Hi, Anyone have an idea where can I get some service manuals (eventually with schematics) from a digital sampling oscilloscope, from a known manufacturer (like tektr0nics, fluke, lecr0y, hameg, etc). Thanks, pisoiu
I am looking for a hameg M6003 oscilloscope shematic... or only HV part... thanks, pool_77
Hello. I need the scheme osciloscope hameg HM 112. Please,I need it Thank you very much. A greeting,Antonio Added after 13 minutes:
Where I can find serv.manual or schematic for hm408 scope?? tnx in advance.
try to buy a good used scope... some tek or fluke or hameg 5 to 10 years old are far better than these pc scopes...for triggering, for max volt admissible, etc.. the pc are good for logic analyzers because they require more memory. I bought a fluke 4 channels 200MHz analog and digital for some $1000 on ebay...and I'm really happy with it..
Please upload schematics for hameg HM207 oscilloscope.
hameg HM605 Thank you very much :)
as you want to do some analog, nothing is better than an analog scope... but for digital signals nothing is better than a logic analyzer ... so I would suggest - an hameg analog scope (2 or 4x 100mhz) available often on ebay) or some equivalent analog tek scope they can even also have a digital part (like hameg 1507 or tek 2430 2432 2440) - a
Hi All Newbie/oldie here looking for some help on the above oscilloscope. I already have the service manual and have done some basic high/voltage checks with my fluke meter and eht probe. All would seem to be in order, but both ch1 and ch2 traces are very out of focus. The high voltage diodes D941/2 appear to be in order as does the HV-cascad
you wont make good analog troubleshooting with a digital scope, especially a low budget one ... consider buying a used mixed scope like a hameg or a fluke, you will get one for the same budget and will be VERY happy with them. for digital troubleshooting please consider a logic analyzer instead. small one for seeing i2c or spi or rs232 signals.
for me the best deal is a used mixed analog-digital scope like hameg 408 or old fluke pm33xx you can get some on ebay regularly also you can buy a logic analyzer (the logic sniffer is a cheap and powerful option) you can connect to a pc but for a scope, as you can even have high voltages on the inputs, you need a normal scope, and not a pc scope re
for me the best tradeoff is a mixed analog digital scope. hameg builds excellent one hm4xx series, or better 15xx series which you can find for a reasonable cost on ebay very often. I have a fluke mixed scope, excellent for everything pm3394, but it's pricey for a hobby you can find them for some $600-1000 but they are quite rare.
Ive gotta hameg hm 203-7 oscope and have been scratching my head reading the manuel trying to do the following but been unsuccessful.When the oscope triggers on a ac voltage going above a set threshold voltage which could occur randomly at any time i want the waveform displayed during that trigger event to remain on the viewer indefinitely until an
Hi I am using a hameg HMO3522 oscilloscope. I wanted it to display a 350Mhz RF which I was giving through my Rhodes and Schwarz signal generator but the scope is showing extreme variations in frequency from 9kHz to several Mhz, even the voltage is not being displayed correctly although I performed the probe adjustments etc. What could be the pro
Hi all!! I want to make an estimation on what equipment should an engineer's electronics lab have and how much would it cost depending on what it is comprised in it. I' making here a list of different equipment's and would like that anyone that knows prices and characteristics of products of each of these cathegories from different manifacturer
My manufacturing company is selling the following equipment. Anyone interested or know a potential buyer? Leader LDC-822 Digital Counter 80MHz VFD S/N 5050039 hameg HM208 oscilloscope S/N 20838/86 Fluke 77 DMM 3200 Count Bar Graph S/N 41630271 Fluke 77 DMM 3200 Count Bar Graph S/N 57800094 Keithley 197 DMM 5.5 Digit TRMS LCD w/
You certainly need to look at second had. Even the cheapest Picoscopes cost more than that. This might be worth a look: Kenwood 40 MHz oscilloscope in Good Condition & GWO. | eBay
Hi Anybody have the service manual of this scope the powersupply is down. cant say why it was on then when i got back it was off. have a transistor hv82fi in it that seems to be faulty "if it is a transistor" cant seem to find any dope on it. main fuses where ok but internal 800ma fuse blown i suspect its this transistor but have not fo