Category Archives: oscilloscope

The BitScope Mini Oscilloscope

Let’s face it, if you want an oscilloscope and logic analyser that fits in your shirt pocket, your choices are a tad limited.

Regular readers may recall that way back in 2016, I did a short review of the BitScope Micro, a VERY portable circuit board which, coupled with suitable software for the Raspberry Pi or PC, acted as an oscilloscope or logic analyser. Well, this is it’s “big” brother.

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EM125 Handheld Scope

tmp696AIt was just like Christmas this morning. After a few days of no posty, a couple of packages turned up for me. Inside one of them, the EM125 Handheld Digital Oscilloscope. This large-pocket-size scope runs for up to 10 hours on an internal rechargeable batteries, has 25Mhz bandwidth and also acts as a voltmeter, diode and capacitor tester and resistance checker.

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