Manual PM3585 logic analyzer

I'm looking for a pdf manual for the Philips PM3585 logic analyzer. Can anyone help?

Anders J

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Anders Johansson
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Hi Anders,

I am willing to scan a few pages (NOT the whole manual) for you, if that's any help.

Or help you out with specific questions, if I can.

Regards, Kees

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I'm, considering purchasing a used analyzer, and I don't know its specs. The specification pages, and main features would be very helpful, and I would every much appreciate if you could scan/send those.

Is this a instrument you would reccomend?

Thanks, Anders J

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Anders Johansson


I use the PM3585 since it came on the market round 1990. I used it for my job for years (at Philips) and now it's sitting on my workbench at home.

Would i recommend it ? It depend on want you want to do and what you want to pay. I used it for several microprocessors and computers for my job and I use it at home as a timing analyzer and to debug my 80C552 projects.

Make sure that you buy it with the original POD cables (max.6) and with the active probe ends (16x for every POD)

Software is no problem everything you need comes from a floppy disk.

I will mail you the scan result later this week.

If you need more information just let me know.


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