Parts Shop
 
 
 
The items described below are available for sale, subject to availability. Prices shown are FOB Beaverton Oregon, and do not including shipping. For information, contact me by email: w7ni@easystreet.net Send orders and payment via regular mail, to:
  Stan Griffiths, W7NI
18955 S.W. Blanton Street
Aloha, OR 97007-1230
 
 
The items shown below are available in sufficient numbers to justify their being listed here. Other items are available, mostly in the form of salvage from unrestorable instruments. If you need a specific item that is not listed here, please contact me by email, to ask if I have it. Please include the Instrument model number, serial number, and the Tektronix part number of the item, if known.
 
 
  Tektronix 3 Ring Binder
Binder These Tektronix 3 ring loose-leaf binders are sold in pairs; one 2 inch and one 1 inch. Both sizes are dark blue with the Tek logo in silver on the front. They have been used but are in excellent condition. These are great for holding your miscellaneous Tektronix publications.
Price: $5.00 per package of two
 
 
 
  Tunnel Diodes
Tunnel Diodes These new Tektronix (152-0125-00) 4.7ma Tunnel Diodes have had their leads clipped and bent for installation in a circuit board, but they were never installed. Both leads are about 3/8" long and can be easily straightened and lengthened to fit your instrument. Here is a partial list of the Tek instruments these go into: 1L40, 1S1, 1S2, 11B1, 11B2, 11B2A, 147A, 1470, 148, 21A (new style 555 Timebase), 22A, 3B4, 3B5, 408, 432, 434, 453, 453A, 454, 466, 491, 5T3, 544, 546, 547, 556, 7B70, 7B71, 7D11. A very similar diode (152-0125-01) was used in the following: 335, 464, 465B, 466. The 152-0125-00 would probably work in place of the -01 version of the same part, however, I have not actually tried it. To be certain your instrument uses the 152-0125-00, you should check the service manual for your instrument. I know these are good diodes since I checked them on my 575 Transistor Curve Tracer. (Tunnel Diodes cannot be checked like an ordinary silicon or germanium diode since they will look like short circuit on an ordinary ohm meter.) Tunnel Diodes are getting hard to find these days and you might want to consider putting these away for a rainy day, just in case . . .
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