[time-nuts] Picotest U6200A & Timelab
df6jb at ulrich-bangert.de
Sun Feb 12 09:57:42 UTC 2012
I had also some trouble in buying the counter. I had originally ordered the
20 GHz version of the counter from a different dealer for about 2000 Euros.
Then it turned out that the 20 GHz option alone (i.e. without the counter)
costs 2000 Euros. Then I decided to stay at the 6 GHz version. I bought my
and the price was 1299.50 Euros + 89 Euros for the GPIB card. Both prices
are without taxes and I am not aware whether they would deliver to outside
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> [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] Im Auftrag von Arthur Dent
> Gesendet: Samstag, 11. Februar 2012 15:08
> An: time-nuts at febo.com
> Betreff: [time-nuts] Picotest U6200A & Timelab
> Ulrich Bangert-
> "a few weeks ago a link to a new counter named "U6200A" was
> to be found here in the group. I considered the technical
> properties of this counter (which is sold under the brands
> "Array" or "Picotest") that interesting at its price that i
> ordered one immediately. "
> Actually the counter was very briefly discussed 4 months ago
> in "VIGO time interval
> devices" 10-31-2011 where I posted:
> "Has anyone looked into the Picotest (also sold as Array) U6200A TIC?
> Looks like DC-6Ghz with 12 digits/sec and 40ps resolution.
> Check the specs at: http://www.picotest.com.tw/product02.html
> One seller on the popular auction site has them for $1270
> (with shipping)."
> Interestingly the $1200 price was much lower than everyone
> else was asking by
> about $1000. I didn't buy one but in December someone did buy
> one and posted
> this feedback: "Bought item a month ago. now asking me to pay
> $900 more." The
> seller apparently didn't do their currency conversion
> correctly. I don't know if the buyer
> had to pay the difference or not but I'd guess not.
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