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Tektronix 1220
32 channel logic analyzer
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Tektronix 1220

Produced from 1989 to (?)

Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix 1220 is a logic analyzer that supports 16 to 32 channels, 100 MHz asynchronous, 25 MHz synchronous. It was introduced in 1989. It is equivalent to the Tektronix 1225, the difference being that it has two channels instead of three. It is also very similar to the to the Tektronix 1230. It was one of Tektronix effort to make an "Ease of use" logic analyzer aimed at students and engineers. The user interface clearly represents that mindset. The menus are simple and there are help guides everywhere guiding the user in what he might want to do.


It uses either P6444 or P6443 16-channel probes.
Number of channels 32 channels
CRT 13 x 10 cm
Power 90-250 V
Weight 8.2 kg (18 lb.)
  • Composite output
  • RS-232 Printer port