TRIO / KENWOOD CS-1560A Oscilloscope


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    Default TRIO / KENWOOD CS-1560A Oscilloscope

    Has anyone got a user manual for this CRO that I could beg, borrow, steal, or at last resort, buy?

    Thanks.

    (I have found one in French or Belgian or something wierd like that, but I haven't spoken that since school 40 years ago.)
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    Peter Moritz.
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    Not sure if this is what you are after, but it appears to download. I did not wait long enough to actually take a peak inside
    http://bama.edebris.com/manuals/kenwood/cs1560a/
    Paul Borgmeier
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    Hi and Thanks Paul,
    I already got that one, it's a service manual. I'm after just the operation manual to explain what all the knobs and switches are for.
    Peter Moritz.
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    Hi Peter,

    Your oscilloscope is very simple to use. Any analog oscilloscope tutorial will do.
    Just search with Google "Oscilloscope tutorial".

    * * *

    The BK PRECISION 1477 is the same as the TRIO / KENWOOD CS-1560A.

    Here you can order the manual for the BK PRECISION 1477:
    http://www.bkmanuals.com/1401-1500.htm

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    USE OF THE OSCILLOSCOPE Tutorial:

    (They use a BK PRECISION oscilloscope model 1476 / 10 MHz).
    http://www.umd.umich.edu/casl/natsci...SCIL/index.htm

    First slide:
    http://www.umd.umich.edu/casl/natsci...CIL/sld001.htm

    Slide where you can see the oscilloscope:
    http://www.umd.umich.edu/casl/natsci...CIL/sld004.htm


    Best regards,

    Luciano

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