Micsig Digital Automotive Tablet Oscilloscope ATO1104

brand: SainSmart 1 review SKU: 101-10-191A Variants ID: 28626592235599


Under the network environment, you can operate the oscilloscope remotely via connecting the smartphone APP, which can help you observe the real-time waveform and data. If the Wi-Fi signal is stable, waveform and data transferring process make you work effectively.


The ATO1104 supports the various automotive diagnostic test: ignition, sensors, actuators, networks, charging circuit, starter circuit, communication test (including CAN, LIN, FlexRay, K, etc. ), and pressure test(cylinder pressure, intake and exhaust pressure, fuel pressure, etc. )

Simple to Use

Featured with an 8" full touch capacitive screen, the operation is simple and easy.

Easy Saving

The built-in 8 G memory storage makes saving and transferring waveform images, videos and data easier than ever.

Various I/O port

Wi-Fi, LAN, HDMI, USB Host, USB Device, GND, DC Power.

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  • Bandwidth: 100MHz
  • Channel: 4-Channels for ATO1104; 2-Channels for ATO1102
  • Real Time Sample Rate: 1G Sa/S(single channel)
  • Memory Depth: 28Mpts(single channel)
  • RAM: 8 G
  • Bandwidth Limitation: Full Bandwidth, Low Pass
  • Screen: 8'' TFT LCD 800*600 Pixels Display Resolution, 14*10 Grids
  • Dimensions: 250 x 200 x 55 mm
  • Power Source Voltage: 100 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz
  • Power Consumption: <60W
  • Fuse: 12V DC, 5A
  • Battery(Optional): Lithium Battery
  • 1 x Micsig Oscilloscope
  • 1 x Lithium Battery
  • 1 x Power Supply
  • 4 x BNC Banana Lines
  • 4 x Alligator Clips
  • 4 x Flexible Needle
  • 4 x P130A Probes
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Mike B.
United States United States
Nice scope, but little usage support if you're a newbie.

Hardly any support materials on how to actually use this scope for a first-timer. I had to spend hours finding out how to fine-tune this for it to display the data I needed. After all that, it's a nice scope.