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Old 12-15-2011, 03:30 PM   #1
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Look for used 4-channel, deep-memory Yokogawa benchtop oscilloscopes on ebay. They are very under-rated and unknown so they fetch a lot less money than similar LeCroys or Tektronix units.

The (electronics) company I work for is selling off a bunch. seller name: kmajeski.

Lemme know which one you are considering, I will walk over and look them over.
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Thanks for the heads up, although these do look a little dated. I'm in the market for one, and leaning towards the basic Agilent series.
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If we drop your name Jason, will they hook us up with a big discount?
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Sorry no, even *I* don't get a big discount.
Just use the "make offer' button, or "buy it now". Don't get into a bidding war with another mt.netter!

These scopes are very, very good for the (used) money. Better bang for the buck than anything new out there.
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Not to threadjack, but you guys know your way around pretty much anything related to electronics..

Would you recommend a usb scope? I thought it would be pretty handy for automotive diagnostic work..
There is a ton of them online, ranging from about 30 bucks, all the way up to 300. The cheaper ones can only measure up to 5 volts.
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ttt

I can tell you which ones are worth a lowball offer.


Commie, no I don't recommend a USB scope if you can get a real one.
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