• Commodore Amiga 1000 (1985)CPU:    Motorola 68000 @ 7.14 MHzRAM:    256K Chip-RAM , 8Meg maxDisplay:    16 colors at 640 X 400 - 4096 colors at 320 X 200.Ports:    parallel, serial, floppy, RGB, RF, compsite video, stereo audio,  joystick, System busStorage:    Internal 880K 3.5-inch floppyOS:    AmigaDOS 1.03-1.34, "Workbench" GUI

  • Low cost, high performance instruments that have been designed to suit all budgets and applications. Their small, lightweight construction and their ability to run off an AC or DC supply make them ideal for both outdoor field applications as well as laboratory test environments.

  • 1.6 GS/s 8 bit converters on 1 CH, 800 MS/s on 2 Channels 2 channels 200 MHz transient bandwith Low jitter and 2ns/div time resolution Waveform processing Fully Programmable

  • Product details4 channels, 20MHz, 20MS/s, 10Kbyte memory per channel, cursors, Analog, Monchrome Display, 2mV to 10V vertical sensitivity, 40ns to 10ms sweep time

  • Classic 6100Offering a 12 bit resolution mode as standard, the Classic 6100 will be of particular interest to users involved in analytical scientific research where the dynamic range of the Classic 6100 guarantees that the complete signal is acquired - including the fine detail.

  • Casio FP 6000 Professional Computer (1985) CPU: 16-bit, i8086, 16 Mhz., Optional 8087 co-processorRAM: 256 KB expandable to 768 KBVRAM: 32 KB expandable to 96 KBTEXT MODES: 80 chars. x 25 lines.GRAPHIC MODES: 640 x 400 pixels 16 colorsI/O: 1 x Parallel, 1 x Serial RS232BUILT IN MEDIA: 1/2 x 5.25'' 320 KB or 2 x 8'' 1.2 MB floppy drivesOptional 10 MB and...

  • Classic 6000Incorporating TruTrace - a patented data compression technique - Classic 6000 offers fine, analog like waveform detail with the power and flexibility of a digital storage oscilloscope. Analyzing noisy signals, complex waveforms, transients, TV lines - Classic 6000 takes them all in its stride.