SainSmart DSO213 4-Channels Handheld Mini Digital Oscilloscopebrand: SainSmart SKU: 101-10-601
DSO213 is the latest oscilloscope in the family of SainSmart DSO oscilloscope. Compared with DSO203, DSO213 upgrades its analog bandwidth to 15MHz (DSO203 is 8MHz) and max sample rate to 100MSa/s (DSO203 is 72MSa/s)
Equipped with a 3 inch 400x240 color display, it presents any measured AC current, including sine, square, sawtooth, and triangle waveforms.
Simple to Use
Operation is simple and easy, just like play a smartphone.
Its small form factor conveniently fits inside any pocket so it’s always ready when you need it.
The built-in 8 MB flash storage makes saving and transferring waveform images easier than ever.
Deal of The Week Ends In
DSO213 is a pocket size 4-channel digital storage oscilloscope for common electronic engineering tasks. It also provides 4 application areas, convenient for users to load and upgrade at most 4 different application firmware. Equipped with the newest ADC, the analog bandwidth is up to 15MHz and max sample rate is up to 100 MSa/s.
WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
- SainSmart DSO213 Oscilloscope
- X10 Probe Analyzer ×1
- X1 Probe Analyzer ×1
- Safety Instructions ×1
- Hex Key ×1
Comparison between DSO213 & DSO203
|Channels||2 analog, 2 digital||2 analog, 2 digital|
|Max Sample Rate||100MSa/s||72MSa/s|
|Maximum Memory Depth||4K||4K|
|Horizontal Sensitivity||100nS/Div~1S/Div(1-2-5sequence step)||0.1uS/Div~1S/Div(1-2-5sequence step)|
|Vertical Sensitivity||10mv/Div~10V/Div(1-2-5sequence step)||50mv/Div~10V/Div(1-2-5sequence step)|
|Coupling||DC / AC||DC / AC|
|Auto Adjustment Mode||NO||NO|
|Calculation Waveforms||-A,-B,A+B,A-B RecA,RecB,RecC||-A,-B,A+B,A-B RecA,RecB,RecC|
|Storage||8MB USB flash disk memory||8MB USB flash disk memory|
|Operation||buttons, scrollers||buttons, scrollers|
|USB Interface||Micro USB||Mini USB|
|Screen Resolution||400 × 240||400 × 240|
|Open Source||Application layer Open-Source||Application layer Open-Source|
The device is ok for smps and audio. The connectors on the probes are not the most reliable but are usable.