SainSmart DSO138 2.4" TFT Digital Oscilloscope Kit DIY parts ( 1Msps ) with probe + Acrylic DIY Case
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This is SainSmart DSO138 2.4" TFT 1Msps Digital oscilloscope kit for DIY. It's easy to solder. Perfect for students to identify elements, inline elements welding, soldering SMD components training. And you could also easily develop a secondary development kit based on SainSmart DSO138. For example, it can be changed to voltmeter, data loggers, and so on.
- highest real-time sampling rate : 1Msps
- Accuracy : 12Bit
- Sampling buffer depth : 1024 bytes
- Analog bandwidth : 0 - 200KHz
- Vertical sensitivity : 10mV / Div - 5V / Div ( 1-2-5 progressive manner )
- Adjustable vertical displacement , and with instructions
- Input impedance : 1MΩ
- Maximum input voltage : 50Vpp (1: 1 probe ), 400Vpp (10: 1 probe )
- Coupling modes include DC / AC / GND
- Horizontal time base range : 10μs / Div - 50s / Div ( 1-2-5 progressive manner )
- With automatic , conventional and single -shot mode , easy waveform capture the moment
- Available rising or falling edge trigger
- Adjustable trigger level position , and with instructions
- Observable trigger waveform before ( negative delay )
- Can always freeze the waveform display (HOLD function )
- Comes 1Hz /3.3V square wave test signal source
WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
- 1 x DSO138 2.4" TFT Digital Oscilloscope Kit DIY parts 1Msps
- 1 x Probe
- 1 x Acrylic DIY Case
Note: 9V DC power supply required. Not included.
I received this DS-0138 scope kit. I took my time and electrically measured the parts and labeled them ahead of time. I'd rate this kit as excellent but a beginner would have to have a low wattage soldering iron with a fine tip and hopefully have a background in soldering. The parts are small and you may need a magnifying glass to read the values of the components. The kit came with no instructions or directions so I downloaded them from the Internet. Instructions were step by step. Just take your time and a few breaks and you'll have a great scope. Powered up and worked the first time. As an electronic technician for 50 years I have to say I am impressed with the capabilities and usefulness of this scope.
This is a small DSO but full of options. It does have a bandwidth up to 200Khz so it cannot be used for troubleshooting computers. I'm using it to monitor a sound system quality and it provides at a glance view of the audio signal. You will be able to tell right-away if your sound system is distorting because you will see the sine waves becoming square at the top. It's very snappy and for the price you can't beat it. You can make it work with a battery - it does have a connector. You can out a case around it, there are plenty for sale on Amazon and other places. All in all I'm very happy with this little tool. It is pretty good until about 150Khz after that the frequency the amplitude starts to drop. It will go up to about 190-200Khz but the waveform will be doubled, however, the Freq. measurement it shows up the correct value.