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C110
1978



Sinclair's C110 oscilloscope was an ingenious, well-designed and successful device developed by Bill Hardman, an electronics engineer recruited by Sinclair from another company, Neve Electronics. It used a TV tube originally developed by Germany's AEG Telefunken for the Sinclair Microvision pocket TV.

The device was housed in a remarkably small case - in fact, the same one used for the DM235, DM350 and DM450. Hardman recalls that Denis Taylor (a Sinclair director) asking him if there was a prize for getting it into such a small box! The prototype was constructed in just two weeks in order to allow Sinclair to take it to the United States for a sales trip. It was a considerable success and remained a steady seller for many years.

  • Launched:
    1978
  • Price:
    £139.00 + tax

C110 (29 Kb) C110 (left front) (18 Kb)

C110 (centre front) (23 Kb) C110 (right front) (31 Kb)


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