In this post we’re going to to take a look and review the JYETech DSO150 digital oscilloscope. An oscilloscope is an essential tool in electronics but its price may be demotivating for electronics hobbyists. A cheap regular bench oscilloscope costs at least $300.
But, fortunately there are very cheap oscilloscope kits that can perform the most basic functions for a very low price. For example, the DSO150 low cost oscilloscope may cost between $25 and $40. This oscilloscope doesn’t replace a real oscilloscope, but it is good enough for hobbyists looking to debug low frequency signals or for learning purposes.
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Here’s a list of the JYETech DSO150 digital oscilloscope specifications:
- Number of channels: 1
- Analog bandwidth: 0 – 200KHz
- Sensitivity: 5mV/Div – 20V/Div
- Resolution: 12-bit
- Input Impedance: 1M ohm
- Coupling: DC, AC, GND
- Timebase: 10us/Div – 500s/Div
- Trigger modes: Auto, Normal, Single
- Trigger types: Rising/falling edge
- Power supply: 9V DC
- Supply current: 120mA @ 9V
- Dimension: 115mm x 75mm x 22mm
- Weight: 100g
Note: we also have a review about the XR2206 Function Generator DIY Kit.
5 thoughts on “JYETech DSO150 Digital Oscilloscope Review”
The osciloscope Manual have a problem with R13 and R15 resistors the right value ar R13 150 Ohm and R15 680 Ohms. I compare wit the squematig diagrama,
Its work very good after the changes
sorry by my English.
I tried using Mr. Bruni<s suggestion but it does not work. The correct values are 150 ohms & 3Kohms as indicated in manufacturer<s documentation.
Thanks for letting me know!
Shell for battery pack on ebay
Tanks for letting me know!