[AMRadio] Flyback Transformer for Old 'Scope


crawfish crawfish at surfmore.net
Mon May 15 21:12:55 EDT 2006


I got to checking, and I guess I must have traded or sold the 547's.Sorry!
                             Joe W4AAB
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kim Elmore" <Kim.Elmore at noaa.gov>
To: "Discussion of AM Radio" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Cc: <crawfish at surfmore.net>
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 8:55 AM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Flyback Transformer for Old 'Scope


> Thanks, Joe!  That would be great. I don;t know what the difference
> is between the 547 and 647, but the one my Dad has says 647 on the
> front. I think it may have been one of the early models that went all
> the way to 100 MHz.
>
> I look forward to hearing from you!
>
> Cheers,
>
> Kim Elmore, N5OP
>
> At 10:17 PM 5/8/2006, you wrote:
> >Kim, I have a 547 that I can scrap for the transformer. Will let you know
> >tomorrow.
> >                          Joe W4AAB
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Kim Elmore" <Kim.Elmore at noaa.gov>
> >To: "AMRadio" <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
> >Sent: Monday, May 08, 2006 9:48 AM
> >Subject: [AMRadio] Flyback Transformer for Old 'Scope
> >
> >
> > > Does any one know where I might find a flyback transformer for an old
> > > Textronix 647 'scope? My Dad (W5JHJ) has one of these and the flyback
> > > transformer is bad. The 'scope works fine, except for this. When the
> > > transformer heats up, the insulation breaks down and the display
> > > dies. After a bit of cooling, everything works fine until it heats up
> >again.
> > >
> > > He's checked with Tektronix and they have none available for such old
> > > 'scopes. He hates to junk it, but unless we can fix it, it isn't very
> > > useful and he doesn't have much interest in keeping it as a museum
> >piece...
> > >
> > > Kim Elmore, N5OP
> > >                            Kim Elmore, Ph.D.
> > >                         University of Oklahoma
> > >          Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies
> > > "All of weather is divided into three parts: Yes, No, and Maybe. The
> > > greatest of these is Maybe" The original Latin appears to be garbled.
> > >
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>                            Kim Elmore, Ph.D.
>                         University of Oklahoma
>          Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies
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> greatest of these is Maybe" The original Latin appears to be garbled.
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