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Hantek DSO1202B

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by rickman, May 5, 2013.

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  1. rickman

    rickman Guest

    I found this while looking for USB scopes. It is handheld, but can be
    used with a PC too. It has a 1 GHz sample rate so 200 MHz bandwidth
    isn't so difficult a claim to believe. I can't find anyone who has used
    it though. There is a lot required of the software to make this useable
    and useful.

    Funny, I don't find it on the Hantek site at all.

    http://toolboom.com/en/Handheld-Digital-Oscilloscope-Hantek-DSO1202B.php

    Opps, the USB interface is the slow version, so it would only be useful
    for control, not so much for using the PC as the user interface. Still,
    not a bad device.

    I just can't find any reviews.

    I realized that the bandwidth/price thing is excess markup. There are a
    number of units that can be "hacked" to function at the full bandwidth
    of the higher speed models. That means the scope hardware is the same
    and the performance is crippled in the slower units via software.
     
  2. rickman

    rickman Guest

    Is that an order? I don't want a hunk of iron either on my desk or in
    my bag. My first choice is a USB only scope with the PC as the UI. I
    am thinking the Hantek might be a good compromise, but it isn't really
    an umbilical scope.

    That shows clearly that there isn't enough competition in the market.
    If even the overseas vendors are doing it there needs to be more
    competition.
     
  3. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    I dont know, but it's cheaper here.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Hantek-DSO1202B-Digital-Oscilloscope-200MHz-1Gsa-S-2CH-/290672512149

    Jamie
     
  4. rickman

    rickman Guest

    Geeze, Larkin. I was looking for someone who had experience with this
    unit. I can look at pictures and guess what it might or might not do.

    If it has a decent front end and the UI isn't bad, I can live with the
    probe connections being on the top.

    Do you actually *know* anything about this unit?
     
  5. rickman

    rickman Guest

    Boy, you are really obnoxious today. What is with you? No, I take that
    back. I don't want to hear any more crap from you. If you have nothing
    to add to the discussion, please just go away.
     
  6. rickman

    rickman Guest

    I used to think you were mostly badmouthed by many of the others here.
    But I see what you really are like. You have some sort of pathological
    need to create drama in your life, or at least here.

    Don't pretend that you come here for the technical discussions. We know
    that is BS.

    I think I'm beginning to understand why you have received threats from
    others in this group. lol
     
  7. rickman

    rickman Guest

    You really can't control yourself can you? I just can't imagine there
    isn't someone, somewhere writing a thesis on personality disorders as
    exhibited on the Internet. If they are, I'm sure they are tuned in here.
     
  8. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    actually they are, they even have the standard Z inputs.. 1 and 10 megs.

    Jamie
     
  9. miso

    miso Guest

    I'd get a Rigol. Well actually I did, but I have a Tek boat anchor too.

    Incidentally, I don't like the Rigol software interface, but to be fair,
    I haven't tried to update it in a while. It was a pain to get it working
    on win 7 64 bit. I was pulling in DLLs and other nonsense to give win 7
    the flavor of XP. What I plan on doing is using the XP VM you get with
    win 7 pro. One of these days.
     
  10. rickman

    rickman Guest

    I actually never asked your "opinion" based on photos. I asked for
    people who *know* something about it. You just can't resist giving your
    opinion no matter how baseless it is.
     
  11. rickman

    rickman Guest

    Pot, meet Kettle!

    You really do have some sort of emotional issue about all this don't you?
     
  12. Guest

    I have a picoscope. Only a flat box with 4 bncs. The sw is good, even has fft. Real handy for travel as it packs easy

    Regards

    Klaus
     
  13. rickman

    rickman Guest

    Thanks. Picoscope comes highly recommended. I just don't want to pay
    $2k for something I'll drag out twice a year or so.

    We'll see, I don't have to buy anything right away. It's hard to make a
    decision without knowing anything about the UI.
     
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