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diazvm
 Post subject: Test Equipment for Sale and Software
Posted: Wed Aug 06, 2003 12:40 am 
The following items are for SALE at one incredible
price:

:) *XP-760(TRIPLE VARIABLE POWER SUPPLIES)

Specifications:
-Model XP760 contains 3 FULLY REGULATED power supplies.
-Two are 0-20V at 1 amp and a fixed 5V at 5A.
-All are isolated for stacking to produce up to 45V at 1 amp.
-Contains two high accuracy 3- digit LED Volt/Current meters.

:) *B+K Precision 2120B 20 MHZ Dual-Trace Oscilloscope
Specifications:
-2 Channel, Dual-Trace
-5 mV - 5 V/div, (1 mV/div with x5 MAG.)
-AUTO/NORM Triggered Sweep Operation
-X-Y Operation
-TV -H and TV-V Triggering
-Calibrated 19-Step Time Base with x10 MAG.
-Includes 1 Probe

:) *Elenco Generators Model SG-9000
Specifications:
-Frequency on 6 ranges 100KHz to 150MHz (450MHz on harmonics)
-Frequency accuracy 13%
-RF Output approx. 100MV to 35MHz
-Crystal Output 1-15MHz uses HC 6/U holder
-Output Attenuator Hi-Lo Switch with fine adjuster
-Modulation Internal 1KHz
-External: 50Hz to 20KHz
-Audio Output: 1KHz at 1V RMS
-Power: 120V or 220V 50 or 60Hz

:) *INSTEK Model GFG-8020H Function Generator
Specifications:
-Frequency Range: 0.02Hz-2Mhz
-Coarse and Fine Tuning
-Sine, Triangle, Square, TTL pulse and CMOS output
-Built-in 4 Digit Counter (INT only)
-Large 0.5" LED Display
-Variable DC Offset Control
-Output Overload Protection

:) *Mathcad Professionl 2000
-Original CD and box w/ serial number
-Bonus Academic Pack CD

:) *Compaq Presario 1200
-Celeron Processor 766MHz
-Memory: 128Mb
-Display size: 13.3 TFT inches
-Hard Drive: 10Gb
-CD-ROM Type: DVD
-Modem Type: 56 Kb V.90 Modem

The incredible price of $1,500.00 OBO :D includes shipping to
a USA address only and does not include Alaska or
Hawaii. These items are not new, but are in working
order and in great condition. This is an excellent
gift for someone interested in electronics and/or
math. Excellent gift for an electrical engineering
student. With your purchase you get free used and working Sega Genesis Game System in great condition plus accessories and a free game. 8) If you are interested in one specific item
only, I would consider selling you that specific item
by itself. Thank you.

If you want more details and pictures please send your
questions to: diazvm@yahoo.com




Posted  11/12/2012
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