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Wanted: Oscilloscope from EU

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cs.dk:
Hi,
Does anyone have an analog scope - If so, I'll be interested in it. If the price is reasonably.

I does not require much bandwidth. Just a simple 2 or 4 channel scope, at minimum 20 MHz. It must include at least 1 probe.
I won't buy in USA, because of shipping fee and import taxes.

Okay, just to be sure that anyone knows what i mean..
I know Ebay, etc. But i don't know what to look for, what the price should be, etc, etc.

Maybe "buying used analog scopes" was a topic to make a blog about - Hint: Dave ;) I found this site, while looking for an used scope, and i bet others do.

Btw..
How can a scope be listed as digital, while having a CRT-screen - Whats the difference between an ordinary CRT scope, and a digital CRT scope?

dds:
www.brugtgrej.dk
www.dba.dk


http://www.dba.dk/dual-trace-oscilloscope-af/id-74268489/

Ups, this one is 10 mhz ..but these two websites are good..

Zero999:

--- Quote from: cs.dk on May 15, 2011, 07:07:20 am ---How can a scope be listed as digital, while having a CRT-screen
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Lots of early digital 'scopes had a CRT screen.


--- Quote --- - Whats the difference between an ordinary CRT scope, and a digital CRT scope?
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A digital 'scope converts the signal to digital before processing it and displaying it on the screen. The signal is sampled repeatedly, each sample is converted to a number which is plotted on a graph. The main advantage is, the display can be paused and scrolled back and fourth.

cs.dk:

--- Quote from: Hero999 on May 27, 2011, 07:47:37 pm ---A digital 'scope converts the signal to digital before processing it and displaying it on the screen. The signal is sampled repeatedly, each sample is converted to a number which is plotted on a graph. The main advantage is, the display can be paused and scrolled back and fourth.

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Thanks. That makes sense.

Btw. I bought a cheap 2 channel 20 MHz scope.

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