DSO138 2.4″ TFT Handheld Pocket-size Digital Oscilloscope Kit DIY Parts Electronic Learning Set Soldered
- Product SKU: KG770
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DescriptionThe DSO138 2.4" TFT Handheld Pocket-size Digital Oscilloscope Kit (DIY Parts Electronic Learning Set Soldered) is an educational and hobbyist electronic kit designed to allow individuals to build their own portable digital oscilloscope. This kit typically comes with components that need to be soldered onto a printed circuit board (PCB) and assembled to create a functional oscilloscope.
Key Features and Information:2.4" TFT Display: The kit includes a 2.4-inch color TFT (thin-film transistor) display that serves as the oscilloscope's screen. This display provides a clear and easy-to-read view of waveforms.
DIY Kit: This is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) kit, which means that it comes with components that you need to solder onto the PCB. Assembling the kit is a hands-on learning experience that allows you to gain insights into electronics and soldering.
Digital Oscilloscope: Once assembled, the DSO138 functions as a digital oscilloscope. It is capable of displaying and measuring electronic waveforms, making it a valuable tool for electronics enthusiasts and hobbyists.
Single-Channel or Dual-Channel: Depending on the specific version or configuration of the kit, it may offer either single-channel or dual-channel operation. Single-channel oscilloscopes can display and measure one signal at a time, while dual-channel oscilloscopes can handle two signals simultaneously.
Analog Bandwidth: The kit typically provides an analog bandwidth that determines its ability to accurately capture and display high-frequency signals. The bandwidth is often around 200 kHz.
Maximum Sample Rate: The oscilloscope's maximum sample rate defines how quickly it can capture and display waveforms. The DSO138 typically has a maximum sample rate of approximately 1 MegaSample per second (MSa/s).
Voltage Range: It allows users to select different voltage ranges to match the amplitude of the signals they want to measure accurately.
Triggering: The oscilloscope includes triggering capabilities to help stabilize and capture specific waveforms, even in the presence of noisy signals.
Auto Measurement: Some versions of the kit come with automatic measurement functions for parameters such as frequency, period, voltage, and more.
Power Supply: The kit often requires an external power supply, such as a USB cable or a DC power adapter, to operate.
Applications:Electronic Circuit Debugging:Troubleshooting and debugging electronic circuits.
Signal Analysis: Analyzing and visualizing waveforms of electronic signals.
Educational Purposes: Learning about oscilloscope operation and electronic measurement.
DIY Electronics Projects: Integrating the oscilloscope into electronics projects.
Hobbyist Electronics: Exploring and experimenting with electronics.
- Input Supply Voltage (VDC) : 9
- Impedance (Ω) : 1MΩ
- Maximum Real-time Sampling Rate : 1Msps
- Sampling Buffer Depth : 1024 bytes
- Analog Bandwidth : 0-200KHz
- Vertical Sensitivity : 10mV / Div – 5V / Div (1-2-5 progressive manner)
- Accuracy : 12Bit
- Coupling Modes : DC / AC / GND
- The Horizontal Time Base Range : 10μs / Div – 50s / Div (1-2-5 progressive manner)
- L x W x H (mm): 118 x 77 x 19
- Weight (gm) : 130