11A33 150 MHz Differential Comparator

Tektronix Catalog CostLow BidHigh Bidaverage
$3,000.00 (1989)
$3,995.00 (1993)
130400209
$400.00 1/22/02 #1691221932 jtsele
no bids (asked $200) 12/4/02 #1921612640 j.a.
$130.05 1/28/03 #3109805814 anainstr (working) (10 bids $10 start)
$224.50 7/20/04 #3827710551 jtsele (12 bids $10 start) (working-guaranteed)
$149.50 8/31/04 #3835674924 tminus7 (11 bids $20 start) (untested)
$141.38 9/14/04 #3838597014 j-barkley (10 bids $10 start) (working)
no bids (asked $199) 5/10/05 #7513441632 johnfeng (working pull)
$49.88 (+$16 ship) 9/28/07 #280156830524 srplusauctions (5 bids $9.99 start) (untested)
$34.00 (+$16 ship) 9/30/07 #280156964564 surplusauctions (5 bids $9.99 start) (untested)

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    Out of Production - 11/1/2000


    Bandwidth150 MHz
    Number of Channels1 ch
    Min. Vertical Sensitivity1 mV/div
    Maximum Vertical Sensitivity10 V/div
    Rise time2.33 ns
    Input Impedance1 MOhm
    Input Impedance(alternate) 50 Ohm
    Input CouplingAC,DC
    Maximum Input Voltage50 Vrms

    PROBE COMPATIBILITY
    Option 24 added a P6135 probe pair - this is the best recommended match
    (1989 catalog)

    SPECIFICATIONS


    1 mV to 10 V/DIV Calibrated Deflection Factors in 1% Increments,
    Very High Resolution Calibrated DC offset
    16,000 Division Effective Screen Height.
    Differential DC Offset Range of +- 1V at 1 mV/DIV.
    High Common Mode Rejection.
    Fast Overdrive Recovery From large Input Signals.
    Selectable 50, 1M or 1G Ohm Input Impedance.
    This unit is compatible with Tektronix 11000 series and DSA series mainframes.
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    TEK 11A33 DC-150 MHz DIFFERENTIAL COMPARATOR FOR 11000-SERIES OR DSA600-SERIES MAINFRAMES
    The 11A33 Differential Comparator plug-in is a single channel differential amplifier with high common-mode rejection ratio and fast overdrive recovery from very large signals.
    As a differential amplifier, common mode input voltage range is 8 V at 1mV/div.
    As a comparator, the built-in comparison voltage (Vc) is used to measure the fine structure of very large signals, such as the settling time of a digital-to-analog converter, with unprecedented accuracy and resolution.