The DSO338 pocket size scope turned up for me this morning and a lovely little job it is.
I don’t think I’ll be ditching my 4-channel XDS3104E Owon scope but for Arduino and such like, this should do the job nicely, especially when I’m travelling as it has a built-in Lithium battery.
The unit comes with probe lead, 8 sides of English instruction and a USB charging lead. I didn’t do unpacking shots as the packaging was adequate but not visually interesting unlike the scope itself which looks really nice.
Here’s the spec:
- 30Mhz bandwidth
- 200M sampling rate
- 2/4” IPS screen 320×240
- 64M built-in storage
- 3000maH Lithium battery
and the Banggood link: https://goo.gl/VshXsw
My unit powers up as “Aarontek DSO Nano Pro” and all the text comes up in English except the “auto” button – I assume the display says “Auto” in Chinese but then I don’t speak Chinese. Everything else is ok. The probe has 1x and 10x and there’s a matching button below the screen. I don’t yet know how long the battery lasts on a charge but it is claimed as 3000maH and the manufacturers claims 10 hours of operation. Day and Night modes are handy. That’ll do me.
Here above is the little scope being fed with a 1Mhz square wave from my Feeltech signal generator.
The ad claims “the most convenient oscilloscope in the world” and with 200Mbps sampling rate I think it is going to get well used in my office. The usual triggering functions are all there and maximum storage is 2000 waveform images.
Measurement range is good, at 1x the probe can read 0-40v, at 10x 40-800v
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