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=== Rigol VS5102 USB Oscilloscope ===
 
=== Rigol VS5102 USB Oscilloscope ===
[[File:InstekScope20191015 25pct.jpg|400px|Instek OS653 Oscilloscope]]
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[[File:RigolVS5102_20191104_25pct.jpg|400px|Rigol VS5102 Oscilloscope]]
 
* USB based - uses a computer (laptop is connected) to display output
 
* USB based - uses a computer (laptop is connected) to display output
 
* 100 Mhz
 
* 100 Mhz

Revision as of 17:53, 4 November 2019

Oscilloscopes
OwonScope20191015 25pct.jpg
Owner Fox.Build
Manufacturer Owon, Instek, Rigol, Philips
Model PDS 5022S, 0s 653, VS5102, PM3214
Usability Operational
Contact Rick C. or Doug K.
Hackable No

About

Fox.Build has 4 different oscilloscopes. They are all 2 channel scopes. Details for each are below:

Owon VS5102 Oscilloscope

Owon VS5102 Oscilloscope

  • 25 Mhz Bandwidth
  • Autoscale
  • FFT
  • 7.5 inch LCD color display
  • Support USB for data transmission to PC
  • 20 automatic measurements
  • Owon PDS5022S Manual

Instek OS653 Oscilloscope

Instek OS653 Oscilloscope

  • 50 Mhz bandwidth
  • Rise Time<7 nsec
  • Coupling (Trigger System) AC, DC, HR, REJ, TV
  • Operating Modes (Trigger System)Auto, Norm, Single Sequence
  • Max Input Voltage (Vertical Deflection)400 V (DC peak AC)
  • Deflection Factor (Vertical Deflection)5 mV/div to 5 V/div; 1 mV/div to 2 mV/div (magnified)
  • Time Base (Horizontal Deflection)0.1 µsec/div to 0.5 sec/div (A); 0.1 µsec/div to 0.5 msec/div (B)
  • Instek OS653 Manual

Rigol VS5102 USB Oscilloscope

Rigol VS5102 Oscilloscope

  • USB based - uses a computer (laptop is connected) to display output
  • 100 Mhz
  • Up to 1M memory depth
  • Ultrazoom features, enabling users to observe details while surveying the whole waveform
  • 7 trigger modes
  • Adjustable trigger sensitivity
  • USB + LAN interfaces
  • Rigol VS5102 Manual


Philips PM3214 Oscilloscope

  • 25 Mhz

Safety

Important safety information.


Getting Started

Materials

Power and Speeds

Tips and Tricks

Your First Project

Steps here for a simple first project.

Your Second Project

Steps here for a slightly more advanced second print after doing the first.

Notes