7000 Series Oscilloscope History

7000 Series Oscilloscope History

The following table is a brief description and history of the 7000 Series product line

Mainframes Bandwidth Approx. Intro
date
Miscellaneous information
R7103 1000 1984 3 Compartment, rack mount, high bandwidth mainframe, mcp CRT.
7104 1000 1978 4 Compartment, bench top, high bandwidth mainframe, mcp CRT.
7313 65 1970 3 Compartment, storage CRT, obsolete by 1974
7403N 60 1970 3 Compartment, medium BW, obsolete by 1975
7503 100 1970 4 Compartment, about 1 year in production
7504 100 1970 3 Compartment, about 1 year in production
7514 100 1970 4 Compartment, about 1 year in production
7603 100 1970 3 Compartment, the backbone of the mainframe line, obsolete 1992
7612D 90 1988 Speciality Digitizer product, obsolete in 1990
7613 100 1970 3 Compartment, storage CRT, replaced by 7623B in 1990
7623(A) 100 1970 3 Compartment, storage CRT, replaced by 7623B in 1990
7623B 100 1990 3 Compartment, storage CRT, obsolete in 1992
7633 100 1970 3 Compartment, storage CRT, replaced by 7623B in 1990
R7704 175 1970 4 Compartment, rack mount, obsolete in 1985
7704(A) 200 1972 4 Compartment, split frame, led to the DPO (Digital Processing Oscilloscope) in 1972, obsolete in 1985
7834 400 1972 4 Compartment, storage CRT, replaced by 7934 in 1985
7844 400 1972 4 Compartment, 2 gun CRT, Specialty product for dual signal app.
7854 400 1980 4 Compartment, digitizer, waveform analyzer, etc. obsolete in 1988
R7903 500 1974 3 Compartment, rack mount,
7904(A) 500 1974 4 Compartment, general purpose, high bandwidth mainframe, obsolete in 1992
7912 500 1972 2 Compartment, Digitizer, high BW, replaced by 7912AD in 1982
7912AD 500 1980 2 Compartment, Digitizer, high BW, fast digitizer, obsolete in 1987
7912HD 750 1987 Same as 7912AD, except for bandwidth, obsolete in 1990
7934 500 1985 4 Compartment , storage CRT, high BW, obsolete in 1992

 

Amplifiers Bandwidth Prices (1978)
date
Miscellaneous information
7A11 250 MHz $1,450 Single channel, built in FET probe, Minimum sensitivity = 5 mV/div
7A13 100 MHz $1,900 High bandwidth differential amplifier, with Vc capabilities.
7A15 80 MHz $700 Single channel, 1 Megohm input. Minimum sensitivity = 0.5 mV/div
7A16 225 MHz $700 Single channel, 1 Megohm input. Minimum sensitivity = 5 mV/div
7A17 150 MHz $180 Single channel, do it yourself module.
7A18 75 MHz $850 Two channel, 1 Megohm input
7A19 500 MHz $1,225 Single channel, 50 ohm input.
7A21N 1 GHz $975 Two channel, direct access plug-in (vertical amplifier is by-passed), used with the 7912, 7912AD mainframes
7A22 1 MHz $975 Differential amplifier, minimum sensitivity, 10 microvolts/div.
7A24 350 MHz $1,450 Two channel, 50 ohm input.
7A26 200 MHz $1,325 Two channel, 1 Megohm input
7A29 1 GHz ** $2530 Single channel amplifier. Made to go with the 7104.
7A42 350 MHz ** $6950 Four channel amplifier with special trigger capabilities.
* ~1974 pricing
**~ 1984 pricing

 

Time bases Prices (1978)
date
Miscellaneous information
7B50 $625 Low cost time base, 5 nsec/div fastest T/Div.
7B53A $1,050 Delayed/delaying time base in one, fastest T/Div = 5 nsec.
7B70 $675 Delayed time base, obsoleted ~1975
7B71 $775 Delaying time base, obsoleted ~1975
7B80 $875 Delayed time base, 1 ns/div fastest T/Div.
7B85 **$1,025 Delaying time base, 1 ns/div fastest T/Div.
7B87 **$2005 Delayed time base, 1 ns/div fastest T/Div. Special features for 7854.
7B10 **$2110 Delayed time base, designed with the 7104, fastest T/Div = 200 psec.
7B15 **$2390 Delaying time base, designed with the 7104, fastest T/Div = 200 psec.
7B92A $2,100 Delayed/delaying time base, fastest T/Div = 500 psec.
* ~1974 pricing
**~ 1984 pricing

 

Specialty plug-in Prices (1978)
date
Miscellaneous information
7CT1N $825 Curve tracer plug-in
7M13 $500 Text generator for 7K
7D10 $1,025 Digital delay by events, 7 1/2 digit readout on screen
7D11 $1,725 Digital delay by time or events, 7 1/2 digit readout on screen
7D12   A/D convertor with M1, M2 or M3 modules, (M1 = multimeter, M2 = sampl/hold, M3= RMS meter)
7D13 $775 Multimeter with DC, AC, Resistance & Temperature
7D14 $1,275 Digital counter
7D15 $1,850 Universal timer/counter to 225 MHz
7D20 $7,750 Two channel, 20 MS/S digitizing scope, used power and display from the mainframe, GPIB programmable

 

Sampling Bandwidth Prices (1978)
date
Miscellaneous information
7M11 ~2 GHz $450 Delay line, 75 nsec. Allowed user to view leading edge
7S11   $850 Single channel sampling unit, 2 mV/div to 200 mV/div
7T11   $2,475 Sampling sweep unit, fastest T/Div = 10 psec
7S12   $1,775 TDR & general purpose sampler
7S14 1 GHz $2,700 Two channel sampling plug-in
S1 1 GHz $600 Single channel sampling head, GR connector
S2 4.6 GHz $725 Single channel sampling head, GR connector
S3A 1 GHz $900 Single channel sampling head, 100 kilohm probe
S4 14 GHz $1,325 Single channel sampling head, sma connector
S5 350 MHz $600 Trigger pickoff
S6 11.5 MHz $1,250 Single channel loop-thru sampling head, used with the 7S12 in TDR applications
S51   $825 18 GHz trigger count down head
S52   $825 25 psec rise time pulser for TDR
S53   $600 1 GHz trigger recognizer head
S54   $500 1 nsec rise time pulser for TDR

 

Spectrum analyzer Prices (1978)
date
Miscellaneous information
7K11 $625 CATV preamplifier
7L5 $5,700 5 MHz spectrum analyzer
7L12 $6,150 100 kHz to 1.8 GHz spectrum analyzer
7L13 $8,850 1 kHz to 1.8 GHz spectrum analyzer
7L14 **$17,900 10 kHz to 1.8 GHz digital spectrum analyzer (replaced 7L13)
7L18 $12,600 30 Hz to 12 GHz spectrum analyzer
**~ 1984 pricing

 

Logic analyzer Prices (1978)
date
Miscellaneous information
7D01 $5,200 16 channel logic analyzer with probe & external qualifier
7D01F2 $11,335 7D01 with Data formatter
7D02 $4,950 Microprocessor disassembler for 8 & 16 bit processors

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