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    Default Repurposing of an old Laserscope Monitor to Vectorscope

    Any ideas on electrical requirement or wire pinouts to convert an old Laserscope monitor to a vectorscope? The schematic I have shows 12 dc needed to run the monitor. Gonna jumper the wires with a battery and see what happens
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    I don't think the CRT internals are covered in the service manual. Here are the nine wires to the CRT (no color code). Is this the schematic you have?
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    You'd need a second deflection yoke and drivers for it, as usually flybacks are tied to the horizontal deflection circuit in this kind of CRT module. No flyback, no HV...

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    Bummer. It has such a nice bright green glow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrNIFty923 View Post
    Bummer. It has such a nice bright green glow.
    The vector games people have a new twist, measure the yokes inductance and make an inductor to connect in place of the yoke...

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