The DSO 5102P Oscilloscope was the last Christmas present to arrive and so it has not had a hammering yet but here it is anyway – and it’s a beauty. Not expensive either. The specs look good for an entry-level scope.
Here’s the DSO 5102P oscilloscope on my bench:
Hantek have been around for a decade or more and make a wide variety of test instruments. This model scope sits somewhere in the middle of their oscilloscope range as a desktop/portable 100Mhz, 1GSa/S dual channel storage scope. Overleaf you’ll see the Banggood links inc discount coupon supplied by Banggood.
Press the “measure” button to get frequency, period, voltage and more.
This is a mains powered oscilloscope (what’s one of those as a friend of mine asked yesterday) and comes with a standard mains lead.
With 100Mhz bandwidth and 1GSa/S real-time sample rate, this dual-channel scope has a 7” 800×480 colour LCD display.
It can record up to 40K samples and has various trigger modes.
The scope comes with USB host and connectivity as standard and provides software for PC real time analysis.
Resolution is 8-bit. Both channels sampled simultaneously. The DSO 5102P comes with two scope leads. If you want real, in-depth technical info I’ll simply point you to the Banggood link I provided, it is all in there along with more sample waveform figures and much more information.
Not ideal but everything arrived in one piece including the supplied CD. I don’t have a CD/DVD player on my PC but I grabbed the software + driver from the Hantek site. I made sure I was using the right USB connection (square data USB on the back, not the image capture connection on the front. After some worries which it turned out to be my duff USB hub, I got a beep out of the scope, ran the software, no problems. The display looks a bit squashed, but it works.
Here’s the box the scope arrived in.
#Note this discount coupon supplied by Banggood – https://goo.gl/Mn6Dmh (20% off coupon: 20DSO5102P )
Some sample waveforms from the DSO 5102P scope:
For now, the scope adds to my workbench a very useful general purpose tool and will no doubt end up in Spain with me over the summer.