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DSO 203 is a pocket size 4 channel digital oscilloscope for common electronic engineering tasks. It's based on ARM cortex M3 (STM32VCT6), providing 72Mhz analog bandwidth with integrated FPGA and high speed ADC. Internal 2MB USB disk could be used to store waveform, user application and upgrade firmware.
1. Pocket size and light weight
2. Two 72Mhz analog channels and two digital channels
3. Signal Generator
4. Auto Measurement
5. Various Triggering Option
6. Easy waveform storage
7. Firmware upgrade
8. User applications
9. Open source
Analog channel * 2 : [CH_A] [CH_B];
Digital channel * 2 : [CH_C] [CH_D];
Vertical Scale: 20mV-10V/div (x1 probe);
Vertical solution: 8 bit ;
Input coupling: AC/DC ;
Max input voltage: 80Vpp (x1 probe);
Storage: 4K per channel
Software trigger type: edge, pulse, level (to be added)
Hardware trigger type: edge
Trigger source: CH1/CH2/EXT
Test Signal generater: 10Hz to 1Mhz
Storage: internal 2MB USB disk
Auto measure: Vmax, Vmin, Vpp, Vavr, Vrms, Freq, Period, Pulse, Duty
Cursor measurement: Level, Voltage
Display mode: CH1, CH2, EXT, CH1+CH2, CH1-CH2, CH1*CH2
Sampling mode: real time
Sampling rate: 1kSa/s - 72MSa/S
Power: Lipo battery
Dimension: 98 * 60 * 14.5
Weight: 80g (without battery)
App2.35 and Quad calibration.zip
Save wave for DSOQuad.rar
SYS1.34 AND APP2.32.zip
DSO203/Quad with battery x1
mueller mcx osilloscope probe x1
mueller mcx digital probe x1
High Quanlity Mini USB Cable x1
nice unit, very compact, useless
This review is from: ARM DSO203 Nano V2/Quad Pocket Digital Oscilloscope
Pros: small unit, very well thought out, worked and provided a signal, 10 on coolness factor, 1 on usefulness factor. Liked the form, and the function, but was just too small to be useful on a daily basis.
Cons: although I got a display of the waveform, all of the functions were so small could not read them without a microscope. waveform was correct, but did not reflect the 20 volts from ground, at least from what I could get onto the screen. The 3 volt waveform was accurately displayed. Not a useful tool, screen just isn't big enough to use except to ball park
Other Thoughts: thought it was bigger, say tablet sized, that would have been awesome!!!!! maybe they'll get it. also no touch screen yet, 5 years and this will be a real deal.
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