As we continue to work our way through our archive of photos, we run across some that are a bit out of the ordinary.  They may be humorous or unique but they stand out from the other photos. We will post new photos here monthly with the previous photos in the slideshow.

Our September Photo of the Month is a photo of the 485 oscilloscope taken from a product brochure. The 485 is a 350 MHz bandwidth portable oscilloscope that was introduced in 1972. A key feature of this product was that the B timebase is displayed as a full-width trace instead of mixed on the A main trace.

(On a personal note, I remember most all of the engineers in the group had 465s except one who had a 485. He was the envy of the group and I remember it having an exceptional display that was crisp and sharp.)


Previous Photos of the Month