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Anyone want to buy an Agilent 54641D Ocilliscope?


#1

I am trying to raise money again.

I have a nice 'scope. Agilent 54641D 2+16 Channel, 350 MHz Mixed-Signal Oscilloscope

It’s actually at my parents place in North Bend, Oregon.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/172641223977?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Unique 2+16 channel MSO model
350 MHz, 2 GSa/s
Patented high-definition display with superior horizontal resolution
8 MB deep memory mapped to 32 levels of intensity, 25 million vectors/sec.
Powerful, flexible triggering including I²C , SPI, LIN, CAN and USB
Standard built-in floppy, RS-232 and parallel ports, FFT’s
Quick Help in 11 languages

datasheet here:

http://www.testequipmenthq.com/datasheets/Agilent-54641D-Datasheet.pdf

Selling cheap


#2

Is $400 too much to ask?

I see them on ebay for $3000


#3

@ mtylerjr - not a lot of people in Oregon?

You can get it packed and shipped at a UPS store. Current posting seems to imply the buyer has to arrange for shipping.

posting does not mention if probes are included.


#4

Does it come with floppy disks? :wink:


#5

Probes are included

Yes, I can get UPS to pack it… I can get my dad to pack it and ship it whichever way it is needed to be shipped.


#6

I thought I saw one private message offering to buy it, but it seems to have disappeared.


#7

Price drop to $350

Includes probes

And a postcard from New Zealand


#8

The problem is in shipping cost


#9

@ Gus - $50 to US, $115 to Germany

It’s as heavy as it is awesome :confused:


#10

Sold to a smart Ebayer in Germany for $459 + $115 shipping