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Hameg 8122 Universal Counter - teardown, repair and test
« on: September 24, 2018, 02:04:49 pm »

Hameg 8122 Universal Counter - teardown, repair and test
Kaizer Power Electronics
Published on Sep 24, 2018
The Hameg 8122 is a programable universal counter / timer that has 3 inputs. Channel A and B from DC-150 MHz at 300 Vp-p and channel C from DC-1.6 GHz at 5 Vp-p.

I accidentally broke a knob off the instrument when moving and while I wanted to repair it, I might as well give a teardown of the unit. Finding a replacement part was not easy, but a cheap alternative solution was found.
John Senchak "Daytona  Beach  Florida "
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