Author Topic: Scope repair help: B&K (Dynascan) model 1450 Diagnostic Oscilloscope  (Read 1448 times)

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Offline atr1_cornell

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Hi, I have a B&K (Dynascan) model 1450 that needs some help. It has no horizontal sweep, and of course once that is sorted out it will probably show a few other problems, and need to be calibrated.

Does anyone happen to have any literature on this? I have looked around quite a bit but found nothing. I would be grateful for a service/repair manual, but anything with a schematic would be great...even a user guide would be a start.

Thank you very much in advance.
Arthur Russell
 

Offline tautech

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Welcome to the forum.

There's every likelihood it belongs to a series of scopes so the 1460 might be very similar. I'll leave this for you to check.  ;)

http://elektrotanya.com/bk-precision_1460_10mv,10mhz_oscilloscope_sm.pdf/download.html

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Offline atr1_cornell

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Thank you! I will check that out.
 

Offline atr1_cornell

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Unfortunately that is a very different model indeed. That is solid state, and is significantly higher performance.

My dinosaur here is tubes...eight of them, and I don't see any solid state devices at all. I will check other older models that might be there, but for now I am still very much looking for the info originally requested.

Thanks, Arthur
 

Offline atr1_cornell

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Okay, one more post...

Here is a link to a place selling that better 1460 for only $30:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/391454950243?item=391454950243&vectorid=229466&rmvSB=true

So I think I probably should just recycle this thing. I wanted to fix it just to give it away, but perhaps it really is worthless. Originally it was designed to diagnose analog TV sets...probably (# folks that can do that) * (# folks that need that) ~= 0.

-Arthur
 


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