Re: scopes, was Re: [midatlanticretro] KIM-1, It Lives....
- On Tue, Mar 06, 2012 at 03:11:32PM -0500, Dave McGuire wrote:
> On 03/02/2012 08:29 PM, David Gesswein wrote:The Rigol 1052E. It seemed a safe choice for the low end scopes and I have
> >> http://www.vintagecomputer.net/browse_thread_record.cfm?id=451&tid=1
> > I have two so when one decides to be temperamental I can use the other.
> > I did buy a digital scope for the straight 8 restoration.
> What'd you get?
access to better scopes if I really need one.
I'm pretty happy with it for the price.
> 7834 400MHz storage scope with every plugin you can think of, including:Hows the screen holding up? The storage tubes didn't seem to be the most
durable. I have 4010 type terminals and a 611 monitor with them. The 611 is
the only one with a really good tube.
- On Wed, Mar 07, 2012 at 05:38:44AM -0500, Dave McGuire wrote:
>They have gone up a little since I got mine for $20 9 years ago.
> I'm jealous of your 611. I have a "parts" 611 here, raped of several
> components and the covers. I missed out on a complete one on eBay last
> week; I was very disappointed about that.
> Have you done anything interesting with yours?Its been to VCF. I demoed it in store and non-store mode. The deflection
isn't fast enough to keep up with the AX08 without some delays so I also
brought another monitor that worked better for space war. I can't remember
what I was drawing in store mode. It may have been spirograph type patterns.
I may bring a RM503 this year since that a good period display for
My 547 and teletype made it on TV for 8 seconds.
http://www.pdp8online.com/asr33/asr33.shtml (after the table)