[Discuss] Oscilloscope that fits into an Altoids tin

Rick Osgood EMAIL HIDDEN
Mon Dec 5 10:24:45 PST 2011


Well I am interested to see how well it actually works.  For $50 I guess
you can't go wrong.

On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 10:12 AM, Laura Harris <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:

> So cute, it hurts!
>
> A 200KHz (analog bandwidth), 2 channel analog/8 channel digital mixed
> signal oscilloscope (MSU) that can fit into an Altoids tin! It uses a 126 x
> 64 OLED screen, has USB conex for computer interfacing (if desired), runs
> on 5VDC, and can plug right into a protoboard. $50. No kidding.
>
> http://www.saelig.com/product/PSHA026.htm
>
> It's also a spectrum analyzer, waveform generator, DVM, and frequency
> meter.  It can also be used as a dev board for the AVR XMEGA uC. It slices,
> it dices, and it makes Juliene fries in an instant! :P
>
> I'm definitely getting one of these. ;)
>
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