Eachbid DSO138 DIY Kit DIY Digital Oscilloscope Kit Electronic Learning Kit Suitable For Electronic Beginner

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Manufacturer Description

Features:

DSO138 Kit:
Adjustable vertical displacement, and with instructions.
Available rising or falling edge trigger.
Observable previous trigger waveform (negative delay).
Can freeze at any time waveform display (HOLD function).
Comes 1Hz /3.3V square wave test signal source.
Waveform storage function: will not lose the waveform after power off.
TFT controller recognition function.


Specifications:

Type: NOT Soldered DIY Kit .
Maximum 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).
Input Impedance: 1M?.
Maximum Input Voltage: 50Vpp (1: 1 probe), 400Vpp (10: 1 probe).
Coupling Modes: DC / AC / GND.
The Horizontal Time Base Range: 10?s / Div - 50s / Div (1-2-5 progressive manner).
Supply Voltage: DC 9V.
PCB Size: 117 * 76mm / 4.6 * 3in.
Screen Size: 52 * 40mm / 2 * 1.57in.


Package Included:

1 * DSO138 DIY Digital Oscilloscope Kit
1 * Probe
1 * User Manual(English)
NO Retail Box. Packed Safely in Bubble Bag.

Product Features

This kit uses ARM Cortex-M3 processor (STM32F103C8), and includes a 2.4-inch color TFT display screen, can be used as ARM test development board. Can be secondary development on the basis of this kit, for example, it can be changed to Millivoltmeter, data loggers. With automatic, regular and one-shot modes, easy to capture the moment waveform. With waveform parameter digital display, including frequency, period, pulse width, duty ratio, MAX./MIN./AVG./Peak-Peak/virtual values. Short-circuit and open-circuit detection: can help the user find out the soldering error.