CRO Picture Identify

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Hi

I have this picture of a capture screen of a CRO (Cathode Ray Oscilloscope) that was published by someone on their website.

I have emailed to the person & had no response in the last week.

Right click on mouse to View Image for better detail.
My question, can anyone identify what type of CRO this was taken from.

I am only interested what the sweep rate is.
From what I can make out the timebase sweep is 10Sec/Div or is it 100Sec/Div.
I have the feeling it is the 10Sec/Div totaling 100Sec.

Please advise what is the type of CRO or timebase setting.

Cheers
Ken

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Most likely a PC type CRO using a sound card???

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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In the upper left corner, it says Tek PreVu. Googling for Tek PreVu returns links to several PDF files with oscope screen images with Tek PreVu in the upper left of the display, but no mention of the model. Also, I haven't seen any with the same layout along the bottom of the screen.

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Hi

Thanks so far, boy Tom you have sharp eye for detail especially the word 'Tek' in green.
Did a few quick Google search & found something similar like TDS1000B & TDS 200.
The 100S is 100 Sec/Div.

But still not to sure.

Cheers
Ken