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Old 30th April 2010, 08:56 AM   #1
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Default Help with my Tektronix Current Probe Amplifier Type 134

Hi,

thought I would throw in a quick question about my Tek type 134 amp, it's missing its power supply unit so if anybody knows the output voltage level of the supply I would be happy to know it so I can build a new one.
I suspect from the pictures seen on the internet it is kind of a wall outlet adapter with a low voltage DC output feeding the current probe amp.

The Tektronix part number might be 015-0058-01 for the PSU itself but I'm not 100%.
And here is a link where one can see in the first picture to the left how the PSU looks like.
Type 134

Cheers Michael
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Hi,

thought I would throw in a quick question about my Tek type 134 amp, it's missing its power supply unit so if anybody knows the output voltage level of the supply I would be happy to know it so I can build a new one.
I suspect from the pictures seen on the internet it is kind of a wall outlet adapter with a low voltage DC output feeding the current probe amp.

The Tektronix part number might be 015-0058-01 for the PSU itself but I'm not 100%.
And here is a link where one can see in the first picture to the left how the PSU looks like.
Type 134

Cheers Michael
I have one at home, I can measure it for you when I'm back next Monday. Please remind me, I tend to forget stuff

Edit: I have a better idea. For $5 paypal I get you the manual in pdf which lists the power supply, all schematics, exploded views, use and calibration etc.


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