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'[AD] Small low end open source DSO'
2010\01\28@174424 by Peter

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1 MHz, SD card storage:

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/
micro-digital-storage-oscilloscopedso-nano-p-512.html

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I have nothing to do with this device, it's just that I believe it may be
interesting for several people on this list.

 Peter


'[AD] Small low end open source DSO'
2010\02\01@211739 by Vitaliy
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Peter wrote:
>1 MHz, SD card storage:
>
> http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/
> micro-digital-storage-oscilloscopedso-nano-p-512.html
>
> (paste on 1 line)
>
> I have nothing to do with this device, it's just that I believe it may be
> interesting for several people on this list.

Do you own one?



'[AD] Small low end open source DSO'
2010\03\01@221331 by Apptech
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The 1 MHz bandwidth is limiting, but still  a useful device.
And, beingh open source, you can add your own apps, such as eg a portable
photo-frame :-) (subject to display limitations).

Manual http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/images/product/dsomanual.pdf

Examples re customising the UI
http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/docu/DSOUI.pdf

Via Sparkfun
http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=9625

Hack a Day reviewlet
http://hackaday.com/2009/10/19/dso-nano-oscilloscope-reviewed/

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Description: The DSO Nano is a compact digital oscilloscope based on an ARM
CortexT-M3 compatible 32 bit platform. The DSO is equipped with a 320x240
color display, microSD card capability, USB connection, and rechargeable
LiPo battery.

The DSO is easy-to-use and has a number of useful functions. It has a 1MHz
sample rate, which isn't huge, but should do the job for most hobbyist use.
The measurements are displayed on a 65,000 color, 2.8", 320x240 TFT color
LCD. Other specifications include up to 10mV/Div and 1us/Div sensitivity,
80Vpp max input voltage, and a 1Msps 12Bits max sample rate. Waveforms can
also be saved to a FAT16 formatted microSD card.

This package includes the DSO Nano, a Lithium battery, a back plate to keep
the battery inside, a sleeve to protect the DSO, as well as a mini-probe and
alligator clips. The battery can be recharged via USB.

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2010\03\02@094841 by William Couture

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On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 7:12 PM, Apptech <spam_OUTapptechnzTakeThisOuTspamgmail.com> wrote:

> The 1 MHz bandwidth is limiting, but still  a useful device.
> And, beingh open source, you can add your own apps, such as eg a portable
> photo-frame :-) (subject to display limitations).

> {Original Message removed}

2010\03\02@102001 by PICdude

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Quoting William Couture <.....bcoutureKILLspamspam@spam@gmail.com>:

>>> 1 MHz, SD card storage:
>>>
>>> http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/micro-digital-storage-oscilloscopedso-nano-p-512.html
>
> And every time I look at the website, it's listed as out of stock and no date
> as to when more will be available.
>
> Too bad...
>
> Bill


These guys always claim to have it...  
http://www.nkcelectronics.com/micro-digital-storage-oscilloscopedso-nano.html




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