The interface is called VISA
Virtual instrument software architecture, commonly known as VISA, is a
widely used I/O API in the test and measurement (T&M) industry for
communicating with instruments from a computer. VISA is an industry
standard implemented by several T&M companies, such as, Anritsu,
Bustec, Keysight Technologies, Kikusui, National Instruments, Rohde &
Schwarz, and Tektronix.
The VISA standard1 includes specifications for communication with
resources (usually, but not always, instruments) over T&M-specific I/O
interfaces such as GPIB and VXI. There are also some specifications
for T&M-specific protocols over PC-standard I/O, such as HiSLIP2 or
VXI-113 (over TCP/IP) and USBTMC (over USB).
The VISA library has standardized the presentation of its operations
over several software reuse mechanisms, including through a C API
exposed from Windows DLL, visa32.dll, over the Microsoft COM
technology, and through a .NET API. Although there are several VISA
vendors and implementations, applications written against VISA are
(nominally) vendor-interchangeable thanks to the standardization of
VISA's presentation and operations/capabilities. Implementations from
specific vendors[specify] are also available for less common
programming languages[specify] and software reuse technologies.
Source: wikipedia VISA
There is a python package available to use VISA, whether it works for your scope is another matter.
You'll also need the user manual for TPS2000 series