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Pocket Oscilloscopes

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Mar 7, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    Anybody producing a pocket scope besides velleman?
    PPS10 is attractive, but 64x128 is a drag.
    I frequently need to troubleshoot audio sigals in the field
    desired bandwidth dc to 2 mhz.
    I'd settle for dc to 500khz.

    No, usb need not apply, dont always want to drag the laptop out.

    Steve roberts
  2. DaveC

    DaveC Guest

    IMHO, the "pocket" scopes aren't very reliable. Had a Fluke one that started
    to have its display draw black lines permanently on it.

    Don't know anything about this, but saw this page today:


    Give us feedback, whatever you decide to buy...

  3. Hawker

    Hawker Guest

    At the last place I worked I needed a small portable battery powered
    scope often. I tried a few of the VOM type scopes and gave up as they
    all were less than I wanted.

    I ended up getting a Tektronics THS series. I think it was a THS730A but
    you might want to check the THS720 or THS710 as it is only 100Mhz for
    the 720 and 60 for the 710.
    I bit pricey I know, but nicer than a VOM style by a long shot.

  4. maxfoo

    maxfoo Guest

    How big is your pocket? Are you planning to shoplift a scope?
  5. Jim Yanik

    Jim Yanik Guest

    Support for those THS7xx scopes is going to be a problem.

    Sadly,TEK is no longer the company that it used to be in regards to service
    and support.
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