An oscilloscope is a great tool for debugging and better understand what is going on with your circuits. Unlike a multimeter that only shows the voltage at a specific moment, with an oscilloscope you can see what’s happening with the voltage over time.
In this article we’re going to take a look at the Hantek DSO5102P Digital Storage Oscilloscope (DSO). This is an entry-level oscilloscope great for students, beginners and DIYers.
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Here’s some of the most relevant features of the Hantek DSO5102P Digital Storage Oscilloscope:
- Bandwidth: 100MHz
- Real time sample: rate1GSamples/s
- Display: 7.0-inch color display, WVGA(800×480)
- Record length: up to 40K
- Trigger mode: edge/pulse width/line selectable video/slop/overtime etc.
- USB host and device connectivity, standard
- Multiple automatic measurements
- Four math functions, including FFTs standard
- Provides software for PC real-time analysis
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