T&M Store

T&M Store

One of the fun parts of electronics design is that you get to play with some fantastic pieces of engineering, Test and Measurement equipment. The only problem? Someone has to pay for them. Usually a lot. And if you want to do any kind of credible electronic design you will sooner or later get a quote for the gear that you must have that will leave you gasping for air.

There are, of course, a few solutions to this problem. You can get hobyist grade stuff that will sooner or later show its limits. You can get some of the great gear that's coming out of China nowadays. You can pony up what Agilent, Tek or LeCroy are asking.

Or you can get top notch, big brand gear that has some years on the counter for a fraction of the price with specs that often match newer brothers and sister and probably exceed your requirements.

Old and heavy? Sure. But I expect most of them to survive brand new gear, especially the more exotic ones.

Beringen Office

We have a constantly changing selection of top notch gear in our Beringen office. We check the gear, fix what needs fixing, adjust what needs adjusting. We do not calibrate, but we make sure nothing obvious is off. The result is a machine that is reliable and produces good results.

For people living nearby: you are more than welcome to come and check it out, do some tests,... Best to make an appointment as I'm not always on site. Other people will just have to... trust me!


Most of the gear I have (or at least the stuff that is ready to go) can be found in the eBay store:


If you find something nice there, you can obviously buy it and enjoy the protection that comes with an eBay purchase. But if you trust me, you can also contact me directly and enjoy a nice discount.

Selling Gear?

If you or your company has some surplus gear that doesn't serve a purpose anymore, contact us. We'll offer a fair price for that one unit in the corner that's there in case "you ever need it again" (but you never will) or for half a warehouse.

Fair warning: do not cailbrate your expectations on the price you once paid for it when it was new.